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Re: Transient Spikes
Posted to Educators Forum on 5/3/2019

Leslie, some voltage spikes, caused by the sudden current collapse in a solenoid, have a useful practical value. As an example consider transmission solenoids. The PCM reads the kickback voltage, and this reading can be used to flag a code, if the solenoid is ... Login to read more.