Simplified Electrical Diagnostics: Hands-on Workshop

Day-long seminar teaches you the three faults possible in any electrical circuit and how to diagnose them confidently

March 21, 2011
March 21, 2011
Monday, March 21
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Electrical troubleshooting doesn’t have to be frustrating! With a few simple tools and strategies you can master the mystery. This workshop with proven trainer, Dan Sullivan, is designed to provide skills training and partial mastery in the following areas: 

  • Digital meter reading
  • Voltmeter-only diagnostics
  • Schematic reading
  • Circuit redrawing and simplification
  • Circuit analysis and fault identification

Learn skills in circuit design and theory of operation, component function and testing, fault definitions and identification, advanced meter reading practices.

Topics Include:

  • Simplified alternator testing
  • Simplified solenoid testing
  • Starter voltage drop testing
  • Ghost and zero voltage as continuity test
  • Voltage drop testing and special tools
  • The three faults possible in a circuit
  • One-test fault identification
  • How to increase confidence in diagnostics
  • Diagnostic philosophies and methods 

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