Corrosion is an unfortunate and inevitable effect that attacks most metals. There are a few common causes of corrosion, and you’ve probably encountered all of them, even though you might not have recognized or identified them at the time. Understanding what’s going it can help you detect and prevent it in the future. This post goes through the most common causes of corrosion, the factors which speed it up, how you can slow it down, and what you should do about preventing it.
This video shows an FF310 FaultFinder being used to trace a short circuit in a 1995 Honda Civic Coupe. The FF310T (transmitter) is connected to the circuit via the (included) fuse socket connectors, and the FF310R (receiver) is used to track the wire through the interior panels, into the trunk (boot).
Following on the success of the FF300 FaultFinder, General Technologies Corp., introduces the model FF310 FaultFinder, circuit detector and tracer specially designed for the necessities of the automotive repair industry. The FF310 is an improved version of the FF300, with a new ergonomic and attractive styling. However the differences with the older model, are more …