No matter the application, we always stress the importance of looking at vehicle systems or other systems as a whole and then moving to specific components of the system. An example includes the need to consider starting/charging system (battery-alternator-starter) as a whole when diagnosing no-start conditions. In this month’s iATN spotlight, we highlight a post by Byron from Texas which illustrates the benefits of taking a step back and being sure you are really familiar with a specific vehicle before diving in after the source of an issue.
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