With the increasing complexity of today’s vehicles the need for automotive training has never been greater.
Autonerdz in the USA have a reputation for providing first-rate automotive training, and have developed their highly-successful Nerdz Series of training courses. Now for those of you not lucky enough to be able to attend a Nerd training session, help is at hand in the form of the next best thing: the Nerdz Series of automotive training packs.
Each Nerd training pack contains over 6 hours of no-nonsense training that focuses on getting the job done using proven field-tested techniques. Suitable for beginners and experts alike, Nerd automotive training packs are full of so much information that you can watch them again and again, and learn something new each time.
Nerd III continues to build on the concepts and techniques covered in Nerd I and II. This one is about eight hours of virtual classroom and hands on demonstration. The bulk of this is a presentation on Primary Failure Analysis based on what was done at the 2004 iATN convention but with added material. This is a reality check into the physics of primary ignition analysis. Weak secondary output continues to be a major cause of performance problems. We go into depth on the causes and explore how and why many popular primary analysis techniques in use today have been unreliable. Then we boil it all down into some very simple techniques that are founded in the physics and can be used on any inductive discharge ignition system with total reliability. Our popular article on Analyzing Primary Ignition is included.
With that under our belts, we proceed to examine Nissan and Honda ignition with the focus on taking the techniques from this to apply and use the rest of your career.
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Nerd III Automotive Training Pack
if you are new to Pico, these guys can show you how best to
hook up your scope to check input and output waveforms.
also some tricks and shortcuts