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Solving a No-Start BMW

Solving a No-Start BMW

In our feature articles referencing expert advice on diagnostic strategy and success, we see several common components or guidelines that are repeated over and over, regardless the author/expert. These include having a clear diagnostic plan, following where the...
Replacing Chrysler PCMs

Replacing Chrysler PCMs

Chrysler PCMs and the intricacies of programming them can be a tricky business. In this month’s iATN spotlight, Michael from New Jersey provides tips related to used PCM calibration that could save you some time and money. As he notes, “the programming is a one way...
Intermittent LAN Failure

Intermittent LAN Failure

Last month’s feature article focused on finding and resolving intermittent failures. This month’s iATN post is a follow-up of sorts. iATN rock star James from Florida provides a case study of sorts related to identifying the cause of an intermittent system problem,...
Trailer Wiring Tip

Trailer Wiring Tip

In this month’s post, Steve from South Dakota addresses a common source of later electrical problems – connecting an aftermarket trailer. In his post, Steve shares a great tip related to wiring a trailer to a Chevy Traverse in a way that makes it work “as if the...
Is the Alternator the Issue?

Is the Alternator the Issue?

In this month’s post, Louis from New York provides a diagnostic routine to quickly determine if an alternator is bad and “know for sure without messing around.” He uses the case of a 2014 Grand Caravan with 54,00 miles and a suspected failed alternator (wasn’t...
Wipers Run Constantly

Wipers Run Constantly

In this month’s post, Todd from New Jersey provides a tip that combines several of our favorite topics: having a plan when conducting electrical system diagnostics, the importance of good grounds and using voltage drop as a key diagnostic tool. In this instance, he...