We have highlighted numerous examples of communications issues in the past, emphasizing how vehicle data could be saying one thing while another issue is the root cause of the vehicle data sent. Here’s a great example. Geoff from Hawaii had a problem Nissan Titan with a DTC pointing to a specific component failure (either a faulty component or poor communication with that component), yet his scan results pointed in a different direction. Experience told him to follow the scan results. Here’s how it turned out:
To see the original post at www.iATN.net, click on the above screen shot or click here.
To access additional forum posts or participate in the discussion requires a membership with the site. There are several membership options available, about which you can learn more here.
The International Automotive Technicians Network is the largest network of automotive repair professionals in the world: a group of 80,000+ automotive professionals from over 160 countries. The members of this group exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe, sharing 1.8 million years of experience. iATN has been proudly serving the automotive service and repair industry and the needs of professional automotive mechanics around the world, for over 15 years.