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 data/information points you and always checking for good grounds in the affected system areas. In this month’s iATN spotlight, Robert from New York provides a case study in diagnostic sleuthing related to a no-start BMW in which he applied diagnostic best practices to get the root cause of the problem. See how he avoided “jumping to at least 2 incorrect conclusions”:
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