The automotive diagnostic videos provided here show you what you can do with your Automotive Diagnostics Kit. They are an invaluable training resource and demonstrate how PicoScope and the Automotive Diagnostics Kit can be used to find a variety of vehicle faults.
The team look at a GM Vortec engine on this Yale fork lift, which is cranking but no start and backfiring.
In this video, the team at South Main Auto Repair run diagnostics on a Jeep Cherokee, looking at the injectors using our PicoScope 7 Automotive software.
In a follow up to the previous South Main Auto Repair Jeep video, the team continue work on the Jeep Cherokee and investigate repairs and replacement parts.
This case study is perfect for anyone interested in the working details of Toyota/Lexus coil over plug ignition system, and the very similar three-wire designs used by many other manufacturers.
This video shows Picoscope 6 in action. The vehicle tested had a P0340 camshaft position sensor signal fault.
This case study from the PicoScope experts at Autonerdz is of a Volvo 940 that had been through many shops trying to cure a misfire and pinging. Diagnosed quickly with a PicoScope, the WPS500X Pressure transducer and a little creativity.
This video by “ScannerDanner” uses PicoScope to diagnose a misfire on a 1988 Honda Accord.
This video by “ScannerDanner” uses PicoScope to diagnose a misfire on a 1999 Dodge Avenger.
This case study from the PicoScope experts at Autonerdz is of a 2003 Jeep Wrangler that would idle OK but would stumble and stall as soon as the throttle was opened.
2003 Ford Expedition 5.4 coil-over-plug (COP) system with a misfire and a P0356 trouble code.
This video by “ScannerDanner” uses PicoScope and a WPS500X Pressure Transducer to diagnose a misfire on a 2002 Ford Escape.
This two-part video looks at testing procedures on a Pontiac Vibe misfire and rough idle problems.
This two-part video looks at some of the testing procedures that may be used for any no start condition.
This two-part video shows how ‘Eric The Car Guy’ and ‘ScannerDanner’ managed to solve a misfire using a combination of science and common sense.