2000 Ford Crown Victoria
This is a case study that I recently completed that demonstrates some scope tricks and tips, I hope this helps.
LoL yeah!! The "road to ruin" is my new thing!! Great video!
Bernie's stuff it awesome! What's Stopping you Abe?
Awesome stuff Bernie! Have you found a good way to capture the secondary on coils like this that have the secondary driver inside the coil??
The Ecop by ATS works well for most of these COP systems. Additionally the paddle pickups also work well for COP system. However the newer Coils have double Ferret shielding. Therefore these coils have a limited amount of field to pick up and produce a good ignition waveform.
Wow, that’s a very efficient process, the new features make it easy. I would also like to use the opportunity to ask DiagNet admins to allow attaching .rec and .tdms files, as currently the only way to upload such eScope files is to Zip them first.
Terrific lesson Bernie and thank you so much for sharing your Great skills . You are The Man!!!
Very nice presentation! I appreciate your time and effort.
Great Job Bernie!! Nicely Done
An absolutely stellar performance, Bernie!!! Thanks...
Thanks Bernie. I have enjoyed your World Pac online classes as well. Appreciate you taking the time.
Bernie- When you tapped into the coils control feed, you were looking at a mirror of the secondary, is this correct? I tried this on a 2006 Corolla and it didnt work. Is that method only valid on 2 wire coils?
Rudy In a step up transformer, the primary waveform will mirror the secondary waveform. In some ignition coils there is a transistor used to control the current through the primary winding. In these cases the primary is isolated and therefore can not been seen on a scope. The base of the transistor is what can be displayed on the scope. This is a computer output control signal that will appear…