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I'm from Quebec Canada. I'm a diesel tech since 8 years and I'm the foreman in a Kenworth dealer since april 2020. My passion is diagnostic and data analysing. I've done a Mx engine course and one of the instructor introduce me to picoscope and open my eyes what we can do with it. I'm currently building my engine harness for my drag car too. So I'm new with picoscope, always ear someone talking about picoscope but I didn't have the chance myself working with a picoscope. I'm currently checking to buy the 2204a picoscope.
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You should really introduce yourself to the users of our sister site on the PicoAuto Forum here: https://www.picoauto.com/support . That's where the vast majority of Automotive discussions and posts of information take place.
More importantly, before considering using a PicoScope 2204A for Automotive Analysis, I would encourage you to read this post: https://www.picoauto.com/support/viewtopic.php?t=19501 .
I would also add to that the fact that you may be caught between a rock and a hard place, by attempting to use a non-automotive PicoScope (such as the 2204A or 2205A) for automotive diagnostics. If you hit a specific automotive issue, you're less likely to get support from the Automotive Forum, with one of those models, and you are even less likely to get any support on this Forum for Automotive issues.