Doing a 1991 Nissan 3.0 , connect the probe start the test , at 25 asm it reads about 1780s rpm then switches and gives about 1690 for 25 asm . So problem is when the test prints out it gives me 1590s on the 15asm how is this possible and does it affect my score ,?igs?
I don't think so because you have a range that the 90% would be in and then you have another 200rpm from there before you get a ding. I'm guessing the first should say 15 ASM and that it is an automatic transmission.
I've hit rock bottom but I brought a pick and a shovel and I'm ready to dig!
I was, I really don't like it when people tell techs to just do their jobs correctly without considering that BAR and typical owners have not provided a working environment facilitates such. Worrying about IGS is a real problem, I got IGS and caused a shop to lose STAR and force the owner to sell. I do my job correctly and I get accused of fraud on a Prius. When was the last time you worked in a one man shop doing OIS and BAR97 and explaining monitors to senior citizens every couple hours? Have you ever gotten a bad Yelp review because a woman couldn't understand you?
Yeah, I'm being kinda Grinchy these days. I really don't like hearing that if you just do your job stuff when the person saying it hasn't actually seen what the other person is going through. I think it started with Rocky using his own career to judge people and say they need to do their job correctly.
Changing the subject, but, 100%, 100% 100%. Every vehicle,Every Time, Every Second. We must be 100%.
We can't have a off day. We can't just make a mistake. From the time you throw open the doors, till they get closed, you are to be 100%
Yet we work with machines CERTIFIED by people who do not live by those same rules.
And on top of that We get graded on how a vehicle is taken care of. Yet we have no control over that vehicle.
The price we pay, our families pay because we can be humans, is just to FUCKING HIGH.
If you don't want someone to "Get your Goat". Don't tell them where it is tied.