You get a vehicle into the shop with a driveability complaint. As soon you start investigating, you see a hack. You strongly suspect it could be related to the problem. But, a quick inspection seems to indicate that, while strange, it doesn’t seem to be the source of the issue. Do you move on? Not if you’re Charles from Marstons Mills, MA. You dig deeper, noting that the best way to know if a circuit is compromised is to put a load on it. That enabled him to truly diagnose the hack and determine that it, indeed, was the source of the issue. Check out his post to learn how he resolved the issue.
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