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DDDL 8.08 Engineering level available-Unlimited

  • DDDL 8.08 Engineering

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DDDL 8.08 Engineering level available-Unlimited Detroit Diesel Calibration Tool (DDCT): • View and edit the control parameters in the ECM to... read more

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DDDL 8.08 Engineering level available-Unlimited

Detroit Diesel Calibration Tool (DDCT):
• View and edit the control parameters in the ECM to optimize the control logic;
• View instrumentation variables, such as rpm or fluid temperatures and pressures;
• Use meta files (.MET), use and edit calibration files (.CAL).

Distributor Reprogramming System (DRS):
• Reprogram an ECM connected to the PC using a new calibration;
• Reprogram an ECM connected to the PC using a Fleet calibration (DDEC III/IV only);
• Update the software in the ECM connected to the PC (DDEC III/IV only);
• View and edit a wide range of customer calibrations;
• View and edit the injector settings (DDEC III/IV only);
• View and edit (DDEC III/IV only) the engine accumulators;
• View the trip accumulators;
• View engine configuration information;
• Extract calibrations from the ECM connected to the PC.

Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link (DDDL) version 6 – supporting the setting up, maintenance and repair of engines using the DDEC II, DDEC III, DDEC IV and DDEC V Engine Control Modules, and for MBE Engines.
You can use the DDDL to:
• Retrieve and display the current calibration from an ECM.
• Save a calibration for the ECM in an individual truck.
• Save a single calibration with an ECM password, so that the same calibration can be used conveniently for a fleet of trucks with the same password, or can be used by a technician who does not have access to the password.
• Change the engine rating of a truck.
• Set the injector calibration when you replace the injectors.
• Set the ECM clock automatically using the PC’s internal clock.
• View an audit trail of ECM, injector calibration, ECM clock changes and Vehicle Speed setting changes.
• Monitor a wide range of parameters while connected live to the ECM.
• Select a group of these parameters and plot how they have varied over the last two minutes.
• Take and save a snapshot of how the parameters vary over a period of time, so that you can replay the snapshot for detailed analysis.
• Monitor fault codes as they occur while connected live to the ECM. You can also clear any inactive fault codes stored in the ECM.
• Test for faults by checking the effect on performance of cutting out individual cylinders.
• View a record of the injector timings.
• View the ECM output functions and set them to particular values to support troubleshooting. This can be particularly useful when troubleshooting electrical problems.
• Display specific troubleshooting help for any active or inactive fault codes.
• View engine and trip totals.
• View the status of a set of maintenance monitors.

Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link (DDDL) version 8 – Engineering – can be used on DDEC VI and newer systems:
• View information about the connected ECUs;
• Perform standard fault code operations;
• Perform traditional and advanced troubleshooting;
• Read variable values in real time and display them graphically;
• Configure and manage parameters;
• Perform service routines;
• Play back logs of all connected activity;
• Program the CPC/MCM (EPA07) and CPC02T/MCM2/ACM2 (EPA10).