Chevrolet Workshop Manuals
Express 1500 RWD V8-5.3L VIN T (2004)
Relays and Modules > Relays and Modules - Accessories and Optional Equipment > Accessory Delay Module > Component Information > Diagrams > Diagram Information and Instructions > Page 27
Refer to the shown table as a guide in selecting the correct test adapter for frontprobing connectors.
Backprobe connector terminals only when specifically required in diagnostic procedures.
Do not backprobe a sealed (Weather Pack(R)) connector, less than a 280 series Metri-Pack connector, a Micro-Pack connector, or a flat wire
Backprobing can be a source of damage to connector terminals. Use care in order to avoid deforming the terminal, either by forcing the test probe
After backprobing any connector, inspect for terminal damage. If terminal damage is suspected, test for proper terminal contact.
Do not disconnect the connector and probe the terminals from the harness side (back) of the connector.
Scan Tool Snapshot Procedure
SCAN TOOL SNAPSHOT PROCEDURE
Snapshot is a recording of what a control module on the vehicle was receiving for information while the snapshot is being made. A snapshot may be used
Snapshots can be 1 of 2 types:
Snapshot - taken from the Snapshot menu choice
Quick Snapshot - taken from the Data Display soft key choice, does not contain DTC information
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