Honestly, can you believe how some of the cheapest and easiest things find the problem. The guys I work with spend thousands of dollars on expensive tools, scanners. And they laugh at me. When I went to school for mechanics, many years ago, I had a great teacher. He fould the easiest ways to find problems and passed it on to the students who wanted to learn, and the things he did always made sense. Now you just learned one of the things he taught me. He's passed away about 4 years ago but up until the end, he was a great mechanic. Today's cars have all the computers, modules, sensors. On them and are much different in that way, but for an engine to run, they all need the same things. He said don't worry how it works but why it works. Once you understand why, then the how part will come to you
Let us know if you have questions in the future and take care of yourself.
Saturday, January 29th, 2011 AT 2:17 AM