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Default Compression Testing, Gauge VS Labscope

A little while back we had some posts on here about relative compression testing. Here is a video done by Brandon Steckler who is a diagnostic tech, writer for Motorage and a WorldPac instructor. I was able to take one of his Honda classes last year and he really has a great way of explaining things. This video is from Trained by Techs

https://youtu.be/AsJQls_T73k


Brandon also has a great class on in-cylinder pressure testing, he is doing several this month for TST, if your interested in that click the link below for details

http://www.tstseminars.org/seminars/...andon-steckler
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Default Realative compression vid

CHECK THIS OUT THIS SEEMS LIKE THE MOST HELPFUL VID , TIS THE WAY WE ---https://youtu.be/5ZBHHeX1oZI:-----SHOULD HAVE BEEN TAUGHT , NOT JUST FOR LOOKINGNAT DEAD HOLES. Sorry I cant get it to upload but its really worth looking at , I might relearn the way others are teaching
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Default my last post take off the semi colin

hey sorry still cant post the link for the youtube vid but if you copy and paste with out the https://youtu.be/5ZBHHeX1oZI semi colin at the end it will work
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