GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link (DDDL)
A PC-based service tool used to troubleshoot fault codes, manage parameters and perform standard service routines. This software also allows you to change horsepower ratings on DDEC III, IV, V engines.
Detroit Diesel Reprogramming Station (DDRS)
A PC-based software used to reprogram DDEC VI Engine Control Units (ECU) in order to upgrade software, manage customer calibrations and upload programming history to the server. In addition, this software has all the diagnostic capabilities of DDDL.
A logical categorization of parts and illustrations that supplements Power Service Literature (PSL) and allows for the easy location of parts and repair procedures. eParts is arranged systematically with descriptive details and quantities and identifies appropriate service kits, sets and under-size and over-size parts for Detroit Diesel and MBE engines.
Power Service Literature (PSL)
Subscription service that provides the customer and more importantly the mechanic, via an electronic hyper-linked media, the latest technical documentation andinformation to service and understand Detroit Diesel engines. It utilizes the latest WEB technology for viewing graphics and the means to hyper-link between publications without executing a search to find related technical information. PSL is designed to incorporate emerging WEB technologies for enhanced usability (e.g. XML, dynamic printing, viewing multimedia platforms (Word, Excel)).
This page was last updated July 10, 2008.