ATS BullsEye Find Another Engine Problem
How to check a headgasket problem on a engine. This Challenger had a leaking water pump that caused a headgasket issue. Using the ATS BullsEye found the problem. The ATS BullsEye is now a GM Approved tool for use by GM Dealers. Congratulations to ATS.
Bernie and everyone at ATS make excellent equipment and offer great support. Glad to hear that GM is now using ATS equipment and sending it to the dealerships to help technicians diagnose customer vehicles quickly.
Mike you are right…They worked on it for years and have the BullsEye system working great.
When an engine has any internal leak CO2 will be present…that is what was being picked up. The engine block tester with the blue dye does not always work. BullsEye finds the problem.
Probably would not put all my chips and that.I would use more simple to see for myself a spill prof funnel and checking for gasses I can see.
The funnel on the radiator would and could also be used…looking for CO2 is the way to go. You can use a 5 gas to find the issue as well but the hose need to be a very short length.
Why does the hose need to be short? Is it because the CO2 gets diluted on the way through the hose to the analyzer? Is the time lag from the probe to the analyzer? I am using an old Vetronix 5 gas which is still (after 26 years) working well as long as I can still get oxygen and NOx sensors for it. Thanks for the demo.