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Textbook Problem

Technician A says that EMI can affect sensor signals. Technician B says that EMI can cause intermittent driveability problems. Who is correct?

a. Technician A

b. Technician B

c. Both A and B

d. Neither A nor B

To determine

The technician with correct approach.

Explanation

Given information:

Technician A says the EMI can affect sensor signals.

Technician B says EMI can cause intermittent driveability problems.

Electromagnetic Interference can cause problems in running all the electronic and computer-based system present in an automobile. EMI is generated in the area where a conductor is present. These conducting wires and conductor emit electromagnetic radio waves of suitable amplitude...

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