OBD2 Diagnostic Procedures Guides

Guides to provide a structured procedure for properly diagnosing an obd2 vehicle complaint are written by practicing obd2 diagnostic and driveability mechanics.

OBD2 guides include a multi-page printable form to be used by the obd2 diagnostic mechanic to perform these tests and inspections.

 
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OBD2 Baseline Procedures Guide

This obd2 baseline procedures guide written by practicing obd2 diagnostics mechanics provides a structured approach which eliminates the hap hazard way of performing an obd2 vehicle diagnostic.

Guide includes a two page printable form to be used by the obd2 diagnostic mechanic to perform these tests.

 

 

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obd2 baseline procedures guide
 
09-100-002

OBD2 Performance Testing Procedures

This obd2 performance testing procedures book guides you in thinking like a good diagnostic mechanic. Includes 4 case studies and printable diagnostic worksheets.

 

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Actia Pass Thru XS J2534 Reprogrammer
2X80S OBD2 Scan Tool
GM OBD1 Software & Cable kit
2X80S Bluetooth Scan Tool
Centech Digital MultiMeter
VW Audi Seat Skoda ELSA Win Software
 
 
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         Fix It Right The First Time!

These guides are our proprietary materials produced in house from many decades of service and explained in an easy to follow style. When the mechanic follows these guides he will not miss something that could cause an extensive waste of time and money.

In the automotive industry as in many others rechecks or comebacks as they are also known is a fact of life, but with these guides and your strict adherence to them you can reduce that to a low manageable level.

A good mechanic has a recheck rate of 1% or less. In other words he is wrong on 1 vehicle or less out of every 100 diagnostic and repairs. Compare this to the medical professions' own study of misdiagnosed breast cancer where they are wrong 40% of the time clearly demonstrates which is the more competent professional.

By the way... the medical professional gets paid for his rechecks, but not so with the mechanic.

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