Labscope Relative Compression Question

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  • #10969
    Woefman
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    I love your videos. My Favorite is your Geeky Relative Compression Video.

    I have all the tools you used.

    My question is on channel 2 how did you hook up the scope to the coil? The video is not clear to me on wheather a second amp clamp was used.

    Thanks So Much in Adavance.

    #11315
    Woefman
    Participant

    update …. The scope has ability to do amps (10 amps max) using the pos+ and neg- leads

    so i was wondering if you did ch2 that way or do you have 2 amp clamps

    maybe i should watch video again….ive watched it twice but on a stupid small screen(phone)

    Thanks

    #11722
    Woefman
    Participant

    Hello is this thing on????

    I find it funny, people post they need help with a car yet leave out important info i.e. Year Make Model and then some. And replies like crazy to those posts.

    I have legit question (video camera not pick up how connected ) and I get no response.

    #280199
    Aquaman53
    Participant

    Wolfman, he clipped the amp probe around the positive battery cable, at the battery. When placed around the battery cable, the clamp has to be completely closed. There should also be an arrow on the clamp indicating the direction of the flow of current from the battey.

    #280200
    Aquaman53
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    Woefman, he clipped the amp probe around the positive battery cable, at the battery. When placed around the battery cable, the clamp has to be completely closed. There should also be an arrow on the clamp indicating the direction of the flow of current from the battey.

    #281299
    dennis524
    Participant

    I think Woefman was asking about what he used to identify which plug was firing to identify the
    faulty cylinder using the firing order.
    I have the same question.

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