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The BOB loom terminates in a universal connector. A multi-plug harness of similar construction to the ECM harness is ioterfaced between the ECM and its multi-plug, and the other end is connected to 1Pe 8 0 6 loom. The 800 will now intercept all s~gr~als that go to and from the ECM. If a DMM or an oscilloscope or any otb8ersuitable kind of test equipment IS connected to the relevant BOB connectors, ihe ECM signals can be easily measured. The maln drawback IS the number of different ECM multi-plug connectors req11:rsd for a good coverage of electronic systems.

Using a 608 protects the pins from such damage. ion of this device is to hold power to permanently live circuits wh~lstthe battery is removed cr changed. Tne live circuits may provide power to the radro security and slation memory, and to the ECM aaaptive memory, etc. 15). A crude vacuum pump can be constructed from a bicycle pump. Reverse the washer in the pump, and the pump will then "suck" instead of "blow". Spark jumper Useful for attaching to an HT lead to check for a spark. If you hold the lead from a modem high-output ~ g n ~ t ~ system on whilsi cranking the engine, you may get quite a shock when testing for spark.

H is not des~rableto have a significant length of lead in contact with a metal component, or one which will become hot. HT leads should be krnked as little as possible - if the lead is bent back on itself, the lead may be fractured or the insulation may break down. Remove the distributor cap and check the condition, both external and i~ternal. Look for cracks or slgns of tracking. Look for oil or water that may have - seeped into the cap through a defect~ve seal. Check the rotor arm conctlt~onand measure the res~stancewhere appropriate.

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