If you've ever wondered how it works, this explains it all.
For the mechanically insane!!!!
I've seen that before, it is hilarious. There is also another one that is similar to this one, just on a different subject.
Is spring near???? Dave
Thanks Steve. I have experienced magneto reluctance myself.
That must have been Sheldon's grandfather!
I don't understand the confusion or even the need for an explanation. As a field construction Boilermaker, we have been doing the same exact procedures mentioned, since well before WW2.
The guys name is Bud Haggert and he's an old friend of mine. He's somewhat of a legend in Detroit area training films and industrial films. He's retired now but he invented something called "The Ear" that we use in these films. It makes memorization and TelePrompters unnecessary and insures accuracy. Until recently, it was widely used across the country in the industry.
As a former Chrysler Tech, and having to watch the old VHS Master Tech series VCR tapes (which is where that was lifted from), I can firmly say they have captured the essence of diagnosing their system accurately.
My God, I sat here and laughed so hard at that. And there was lingo used that not everyone would get because it was specific to Chrysler and Automotive repair business and general--but to me, that made it even funnier.
That was hilarious, I have a good friend that is about to purchase his first Model T. I sent him a txt message earlier today about the needs to read, study, and learn the inn's and out's of Model T driving, and Maintenance.
I just texted him again, and told him, being an Engineer, he needs to watch this video, it will help him learn and understand more about the model T.
I loved it! If you cannot dazzle them with your brilliance? Baffle them with your bull$h!t !
I saw one similar to this years ago, and enjoyed it, but I think this one was somewhat better, in spite of the fact it included some newer technologies. Also years ago, there was a member of the SCVMTFC that could go on like that for a good two minutes. Great stuff. I even liked the line about the "code", "it is a common code and anyone can catch it!"
Thank you Steve J and all!