Fluke makes a 233A which is designated for automotive use. I do a lot of residential diagnosis with my meters so I didnt want one more geared towards automotive because I have always been able to use a regular DVOM to trouble shoot or diagnose anything in the realm of automotive. I didnt look to see exactly what the differences were between the two, but I know I just wanted the regular 233.
Having a remote display I can load test batteries from the driver's seat or go to a load center and turn off breakers until I find the one my meter was hooked to. Really a cool tool!
Whitey: 1996 F 250 XL CCLB 4X4 7.3 DI ZF5 (The Work Horse) Lots of power mods
Whitey Jr: AKA Jr 1982 F 150 CCLB 4X4 351W C6 (Jr Work Horse) respectable power, but not over the top
The Bronco: 1987 Bronco XLT 351W C6 (needs work) Lots of off road mods and plenty of power mods
The Dodge: 2006 Ram 2500 CCSB 4X4 5.9 HO Cummins (The reliable ride that cant keep an AC in itself) (5th AC go around almost complete)
That is nice! If I decide I want to replace my Fluke 75 (free) I might look into that.
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Darth Vader 1986 F-350 460 converted to MAF/SEFI, E4OD 12X3 1/2 rear brakes, traction loc 3:55 gear, 160 amp 3G alternator
Wife's 2011 Flex Limited
Daily Driver 1994 Taurus LX
Project car 1986 Chrysler LeBaron convertible 2.2L Turbo II, modified A413