In a new feature starting this month, we shine the light on the many insightful and creative posts to be found on the International Automotive Technicians Network at www.iATN.net. In this post, contributor Steve Caruso (Automotive Educator, Automotive Consultant and chief at obd2training.com) provides detailed findings related to his research into parasitic drains cause by OBD-connected monitoring devices.
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