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The Detroit Diesel Application is a suite of diagnostic applications that provides the capability to reprogram and diagnose Detroit Diesel DDEC III and IV electronic systems, using the Pro-Link®. The Detroit Diesel Application consists of three applications specific to the following engine types:
- DDEC III/IV (Engine)
- DDEC Marine Controls
- Series 638
This chapter provides instructions on loading the application and navigating through its menu hierarchy.
Use the Engine Protection option to view engine protection information that is currently programmed in the DDEC III/IV Calibration. Please keep the following in mind when viewing Engine Protection data on the Pro-Link® screen:
- Parameter values that are displayed as “N/A” indicates that the sensor and/or function are not part of the engine configuration.
- The R1 designation indicates that the value displayed is being transmitted from the engine receiver ECM #1
- The R2 designation indicates that the value displayed is being transmitted from the engine receiver ECM #2