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    I just found this site. It might be of interest to you. It certainly got my attention.
    https://www.autodata-training.com/au/pro/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunriseBoy View Post
    Thanks for that. I've been casting about lately to do an electronics course online. So it is interesting you've given me a bit of a hint there. But I'm figuring that if I buy a m/m, I'll get a top of the range job. https://sydneytools.com.au/product/f...tal-multimeter.

    I learnt years ago, an investment in a good tool etc. never goes astray.
    Thanks again for the research and heads-up.

    Also, first thing tomorrow I'm off to a radiator outfit to see if this problem can be rectified. I sent them an email and will make an appt. asap.
    I'll keep you posted.
    Fluke m/m's are the "gold standard", and a good investment.....provided that you get enough use out of it.

    I hope you get it sorted without too much trouble.

    Updates will be welcome.
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    It was the switch that required replacing. Bit of a bummer because it was brand new.

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    Thanks for the update.

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    Now I'm replacing the throttle body. I hope that doesn't require much more that bolt off - bolt on. As I'm no auto. elec!

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