I don't wish to discredit the status of a Master Tech, but I can quite easily believe that a certified MT might hold the opinion about the limitations of volt drop testing, in preference of resistance testing alone. For me this is complete nonsense & I would challenge anyone who tries to suggest that testing for resistance alone, is an adequate way of assessing circuit functionality. Resistance really is futile in this instance.
Technician wrote:It may surprise you Dave that in most garages with targets that in my experience "Dealerships" and "Small Garages" that grabbing the scanner and reading fault codes to use as a diagnostic is the norm, even Snap On with their many CPD courses I have attended have said the same,
Dave Hill wrote:Sorry Tech, that does not compute.
Outside of a college training course I have never seen anyone do a volt drop test under a bonnet or anywhere on a vehicle for that matter in my whole life,
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