It seems that almost every week, we see posts related to the benefits of voltage drop testing when searching for hard to find electrical issues. This month’s iATN spotlight is a great example. In this post, Dale explains how he used extensive voltage drop testing to identify the root cause of poor cold temperature starting and premature battery failure in a John Deere 8960 tractor. As he cautions, sometimes it is best not to believe your eyes – you have to get the data:

Electrical-Ghost

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