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Stark Sonar Scope Mechanics

This mechanics sonar-scope has a super sensitive probe to allow you to easily identify engine noise problems. The vinyl tubing keeps the noise properly insulated throughout while keeping the item flexible.
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Features:

  • Diagnose Various Engine Issues - Ideal for pinpointing issues within your engine; Identify broken gaskets, bad pulleys, damaged gears, defective valves, water pump failures, and other defective or damaged parts that cause odd noises and faulty operation
  • Ideal Use - Diagnostic pinpoint tool for your automotive cars/trucks piston slap, broken gaskets, bad pulleys, damaged gears, creaking tie rod, defective valves, water pump failure, AC compressor issue, chassis noise, faulty fuel injector and issues within the alternator bearings, valve trains, differentials, crankshaft
  • Sensitive Sound Chamber Help Pinpoints Source of Noise - The mechanic stethoscope car & motorcycle diagnostic tool features a sensitive sound chamber that amplifies sounds so that you can easily detect the issues within your engine
  • Easy to Use Mechanics Stethoscope - Thin diaphragm and extension probe pinpoints the source of the sound while the ear buds allow you to isolate outside noises so you can focus on detecting the issue; Simply follow where the sound is the loudest in the motor and create contact between the probe and surface to confirm
  • Built-To Last - Constructed of heavy-duty vinyl tubing and ABS plastic ends for strength, durability, and longevity. Shockproof handles make work safe and secure. Comfortable rubber ear buds isolate outside noises

Specifications:

  • Color: Black
  • Probe Extend: Up to 12-1/2"
  • Overall Length: 36"

Tip:

The probe must be tight against the surface you’re checking, & not in contact with anything nearby.

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