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Textbook Problem

An engine cranks slowly: Technician A says that a possible cause of the problem is poor starter circuit connections. Technician B says that an engine problem could be the cause. Who is correct?

  1. Technician A

  • Technician B
  • Both A and B
  • Neither A nor B
  • To determine

    The technician with correct approach while an engine cranks slowly.

    Explanation

    Given:

    Technician A says that the possible cause of problem is poor starting circuit connections.

    Technician B says that an engine problem could be the cause.

    When the ignition key is turned on, if the engine cranks slowly then the problem may be due to faulty circuit connections. It may be due to faulty circuit wiring and loose mountings...

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