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Charging System Diagnostic Resources
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Charging System Diagnostic Resources

Photo by Jason Young This month, we return to alternator/charging system diagnosis, a topic that seems to get more difficult with each successive model year. We have addressed this topic […]

Understanding the System Spells Successful Diagnosis
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Understanding the System Spells Successful Diagnosis

One of the recurring themes of the articles we have published over the past several years is the growing complexity of today’s electrical systems and the need to understand the […]

The Perils of Used BCMs
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The Perils of Used BCMs

Today’s iATN spotlight is a second warning against trying to repurpose used control modules. In this post, James from Florida warns against installing a used BCM in GM vehicles and […]

A Practical Guide to Today’s Batteries and Charging Systems
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A Practical Guide to Today’s Batteries and Charging Systems

By Albin Moore This month, we feature a second in a series of guest articles written by Mr. Albin Moore. Mr. Moore is owner of Big Wrench Repair, an ASE […]

More Fun with Electrical Diagnosis
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More Fun with Electrical Diagnosis

In this article, the latest in a series, we gather resources related to the diagnosis and repair of difficult electrical system issues. The articles below deal with a range of […]

iATN – Understand How the System Works
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iATN – Understand How the System Works

No matter the application, we always stress the importance of looking at vehicle systems or other systems as a whole and then moving to specific components of the system. An […]