Resistance spot welding technologies are widely used in industry. We previously reported an analysis method for examining the strength of spot-welded parts with the eddy current test (ECT) by using a wide range of frequencies from high to low. However, liftoff has a non-negligible effect. Increasing the liftoff significantly decreases the magnetic field intensity for mapping. The magnetic field phase is not affected by changes in liftoff. The measured phase map of the magnetic field showed a good correlation with the results of the destructive shear test. In this paper, we report an analysis and imaging method for examining spot-welded parts based on the phase of a magnetic field by using a wide range of frequencies from high to low. With the magnetic phase map, the internal structure of a spot weld was visualized for easy understanding of the results of this method. Thus, this method can easily be applied to industrial production. This new method was validated through both experimental and simulation results.