In my years of service as an Automotive Professional, I have seen too many reasons as to why you should torque those lug nuts. I’ve seen wheels come off, brakes damaged, broken/stripped lug nuts, bolts and studs, etc., and I have seen this repeatedly by Technicians as well as the Do-It-Your-Selfers for one simple reason – they don’t properly torque the Lug Nuts on their vehicle…
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We hear the terms “Voltage Loss” and “Voltage Drop” test frequently in the Automotive industry. But most refer to it as what’s is really a Voltage “Drop” test. This is incorrect, these are two separate test with two separate purposes – however, many-times the same failure result can be determined with both test. So what is the difference between the two test, and why do we perform them?
Well, it’s actually what it states: Continue reading