1.Fuse Testing: Check the fuse to see if it is blown out.
2.Switch Testing: Check the switch to see if it can work correctly
3.Solenoid or Relay Testing
4.Starting/Charging System Testing
The on-off package of the engine starting system consistsof a battery, engine starting button, solenoid and relay starting buttons, lead connections and lines. During the operation of the engine, the charging system keeps the battery charged. This system consists of an AC generator,
voltage calibrator, lead connections and circuits. The multimeter is an effective tool for the checking of these systems.
5.Battery Power Consumption Testing when the Engine Is off. The test is carried out to find the amperage of the power consumption of the battery when both the ignition key and the engine are off. The test is helpful for the determination of the additional consumption of the battery,
which may finally lead to the exhaustion of the battery.
6.Trigger Voltage Battery Load Testing—Upon the start of the engine, test the battery to see if it can offer an adequate voltage
7.Voltage Drop Testing—Test the voltage drops caused by the switch, cable,solenoid or connector. Any abnormal voltage drop generally results from an additional resistance. The
resistance will restrict the currents upon the start of the engine, leading to the reduction of the load voltage of the battery and the slow-down of the start of the engine.
8.Charging System Voltage Testing—This testing is used to see if the charging system operates
normally so as to provide the electronic systems with adequate power (lamps, electric fans, radio sets, etc.).
9.Ignition System Testing
A . Ignition Coil Testing
B. Ignition System High-Voltage Damper Testing
C. Hall Switch/Sensor Testing
D. Magnetic Resistance Sensor
E. RPMx10 Testing
F. Fuel System Testing
10. Engine Sensor Testing
A. Oxygen Sensor
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