How do I use Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link?
- Install a device driver (e.g. Nexiq USB-Link).
- Open DDDL.
- Click Close on the Welcome Page.
- Click Tools, Options, and Interface.
- From the dropdown, select the device driver installed from step 1 (e.g. USB-Link if using a Nexiq USB-Link).
- Click Ok.
What program does Freightliner use?
DiagnosticLink™ is a computer-based diagnostic software for Detroit™ powertrain and Freightliner™ vehicle systems. It can display ECU information, diagnostic fault codes, instrumentation and run service routines*.
What is Freightliner Service Link?
Freightliner ServiceLink is a heavy duty truck diagnostic scanner software tool that interacts directly `with the various Electronic Control Units (ECUs) in the engine. This software is available for Freightliner latest class 8 vehicles.
What is the MCM on a Freightliner?
MCM (Motor Control Module) – will be bolted onto the side of the engine (size: 11.5″ wide x 8″ deep by 2″ tall). ACM (Aftertreatment Control Module) – the ACM looks just like the MCM and will be located near the emission control equipment on the frame rail or a mounting bracket.
What are Ddec reports?
DDEC Reports is a fleet management application that includes support for Detroit engine controllers: DDEC 3-5 ECU, VCU, CPC2, CPC02T, CPC04T, CPC302T, and CPC501T. DDEC Reports provides useful data reports including: Trip Data. Fuel Economy Analysis. Daily Engine Usage.
What is aftertreatment control module?
The Aftertreatment Control Module cleans the diesel exhaust created by the engine before it is released into the air through the tailpipe to reduce the number of pollutants that enter the environment.
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What does ECU 128 mean on a Freightliner?
On the Mercedes Freightliner Sprinter engine, ECU 128 is not a fault code; it just refers You to the electronic control unit, where Your fault code will lie. If You’re seeing ECU 128, You should be able to get more information about the fault code which is being set.