Diagnosing Nissan Ignition System Problems with CONSULT III Plus and an Oscilloscope

by | Jun 2020 | feature, Nissan, Nissan TechNews Features | 0 comments

The ignition coil has been around for over a century supporting spark-ignition engine systems. And while the fundamentals of the ignition coil haven’t changed a whole lot, the approach to diagnosing an ignition problem today has been enhanced by uti...

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