How To Diagnose Cranking No-Start Conditions




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darren evans: hi mike. always good info to know. awesome video

juan rodriguez: first look sensor might be the best way to tackle these problems my humble opinion

juan rodriguez: it's got a bicycle chain for a t chain belts last longer it's a cheater way to add vvt this is common on this engine great class like always

Pablo: Thanks Mike for you great class, I like to see again , regards from Spain

Tajinder Singh: Instead of saying pcm 'switch' plz use keyword or transistor symbol in diagram it will help more precisely...

Dmitriy L.: Superb presentation, Mike! The way you explain and handle tools and cameras for two hours straight... is nothing short of magic.

One subtle mishap with Picoscope cursors happened and went unnoticed at 1:01:06 : you grabbed a cursor, but it didn't "catch" and dropped into 180mA zone. So you grabbed another one. Thus your cursors window made it seem like you have 176mA current, when it should have been more like 20mA. Which, of course, only bolsters your point of that circuit being a low current one.

The thing is this issue happens to me more often than I want to, I wish it was a little bit harder to lose a cursor while it is being dragged...

Mark Ferraro: excellent video Mike thanks

Joseph Wash: The engine oil appears to be super thin. Makes me wonder if the previous oil change included the improper viscosity of oil, which lowered the tensioner's ability to keep proper pressure on the chain. I don't foresee Honda specifying 0W-20 oil in an engine this old, if that's what was used.

ivan drago: Perfect excellent performance

anand panjwani: Excellent video with great info. Thanks.

amr hamed: Thanks mike very informative video as usual

Dylan: Thank you Mike. Always enjoy your videos. Very educational! 👍

phillip zanders: Doubt it. Point is better. To do a pressure test in most cases to see what direction your are going. And then see if a scope is needed to be pulled out. I have also up sold pumps regulators and even some Injectors due to leaking. Wasn't the cause of their problem but it answered questions they had but didn't tell use about.

Jeremy Anthony: Would you take that motor out the bottom? You should show how that's done.

RJ_Make: Some of the best teaching video's on Automobiles around. Fantastic Job Mike and Crew.

martinguitarhd28: Mike a quick question.I have a 1.8 vvt engine .one cam sensor and crank sensor and two solenoids for the vvt.I have a 2 channel pico and would like to get a known good cam and crank corralation.Would i be better off disconnecting the vvt solenoids to get a better waveform or should i leave them connected?Also if done with them disconnected would it harm anything.Would like to see a vid on testing vvt with basic tools and advanced tools.Thanks again for the great explanations.

martinguitarhd28: Excellent vid Mike thanks for posting.

Jeremy Anthony: Awesome video mike . Did the customer fix the car? what did you have to do to fix it?

Jeremy Anthony: way to go !!! super amazing , excellent video man. Also, do you teach auto tech at a school?
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