Diagnostics for Newer Vehicles — WSU

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Diagnostics for Newer Vehicles Diagnostics for newer vehicles (1996 - Today). Today's vehicles can have dozens of computer systems; some with scan tool communications, and some without scan tool communications. The Diagnostic Strategy presented here is a commonized process designed to help you navigate to the correct diagnostic procedure quickly. The accompanying figure illustrates the approach. Branching out from the Diagnostic Starting Point, there are two diagnostic paths Path 1 Systems that have DTCs or depend on serial data communication for proper operation. Path 2 Systems that do not have DTCs or do not depend on serial data communication for proper operation. There's a unique Diagnostic Starting Point in the Service Information for each system of each vehicle. The information you will find in the Diagnostic Starting Point for the subsystem you're working on will lead you to the proper path, and through the logical steps to isolate and repair the customer concern. Diagnostic Starting Point Here€™s how to use the Diagnostic Strategy. Begin by selecting the correct Service Information. Then select the sub-system you're interested in. Next, select Diagnostic Information and Procedures. The first heading on the next menu is Diagnostic Starting Point. Because each sub-system has unique diagnostic requirements, the Diagnostics for Newer Vehicles — WSU http://ocw.weber.edu/automotive-technology/ausv-1320-automotive-elec. ..
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