DETROIT – DD15 – Engine & Aftertreatment Diagnostics

From: $2,350.00

4 day Class (Tuesday-Friday) | Max Available seats: 12

Discounts available for dedicated classes — call for details

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This class is designed for Technicians who have already completed the online Digital Multimeter Basics Certification online class. In this class, students will be instructed in theory and hands-on operation for troubleshooting of the Engine Control Systems, Aftertreatment Systems, Fuel Systems and repair procedures on the DETROIT DD 13-16 Engine family. Hotel & Lunch Included.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: After completing this class, the Technician will be able to demonstrate the use of the DETROIT DDDL diagnostic tool, navigate DTNA, troubleshooting and repair procedures for the Fault Codes, Aftertreatment, Sensors, Fuel System Electronic Controls and other repairs associated with the DETROIT DD13-16 engine.

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COURSE INCLUDES:

  • Navigate DETROIT DDDL Diagnostic Tool and DTNA
    • Proper procedures to use DDDL, DTNA and capabilities and graphs
    • How DDDL is utilized for engine diagnostics and repair
    • How to make parameter changes in the ECM using DDDL
    • How to save ECM information and templates
    • Subscription management and levels for customer and fleet versions
    • Where to go for additional information/help using DTNA
  • Visual and Read Functions
    • Data Monitoring/ Logger/ Trip Information
    • Feature and Parameter Settings
    • Engine Data Plate
    • Fault Codes- Active and Inactive meaning and look up
    • Circuit and Wiring Diagrams
    • Troubleshooting Steps and Repair Procedures
    • Valve, engine brake and injector adjustment
    • What special DETROIT tools are needed?
  • Write Functions
    • Reset Trip Information or Clear Fault Codes
    • Adjust Features, Parameters and create Templates
    • Create and Save Work Orders or ECM Images
    • Perform special diagnostic and performance tests
    • Perform ECM code calibrations
  • Aftertreatment
    • Describe Exhaust flow and Components of the Aftertreatment Systems
    • Describe Maintenance Guidelines and Purpose of the ONE BOX System
    • Identify Components associated with the ONE System and their function
    • Describe Derates and Fault Codes associated with the ONE BOX system
    • Demonstrate Diagnostic Functions using and other special tooling
    • Removing and installing Aftertreatment Systems
    • Perform Aftertreatment Diagnostics and Repairs
  • Electronic Control Systems
    • Identify the difference between all sensors and circuits
    • Demonstrate the ability to interpret the wiring diagrams regarding the DETROIT DD
    • Describe specific control circuit differences between the control systems
    • Identify and demonstrate the available ECM Diagnostic Tests
    • Demonstrate the repair for the multi-pin connector
    • Demonstrate wire and harness repairs using correct DETROIT repair kits and tools
  • Skills Assessment
    • 20 Question Test
    • Hands on skills will be scored during classroom activities
    • Follow Procedures
    • Follow Clean Care or similar recommendations
    • Participation during class

GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION:

  • All classes are 4 days | Tuesday-Thursday 8am-5pm | Friday 8am-1pm
  • Class costs include hotel stay, lunch, and TriTech provided equipment.

 

WHAT WE PROVIDE

  • Laptop: Diagnostic laptops will be provided. However, we encourage students to bring their own
  • Safety: Eye & ear protection, safety masks and gloves will be provided. Steel toe shoes and long pants required
  • Meals: Lunch and drinks will be provided daily. Additionally, the Hotel provides breakfast every morning from 7am-9am

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This class is designed for Technicians who have already completed the online Digital Multimeter Basics Certification online class. In this class, students will be instructed in theory and hands-on operation for troubleshooting of the Engine Control Systems, Aftertreatment Systems, Fuel Systems and repair procedures on the DETROIT DD 13-16 Engine family. Hotel & Lunch Included.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

After completing this class, the Technician will be able to demonstrate the use of the PACCAR DAVIE diagnostic tool, troubleshooting and repair procedures for the Aftertreatment, Sensors, Electronic Controls and other repairs associated with the PACCAR MX engine.

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LOCATION: ETT Training Center

TRITECH Expert Technician Training Center is in New Braunfels, TX. The San Antonio, TX airport (SAT) is 35.5 miles from training center while the Austin, TX airport (AUS) is 47 miles from ETT training center. Please plan on arriving the Monday prior to class starting on Tuesday and departing Fridays 3:00pm or after.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott

1465 I-35 New Braunfels, TX 78130

What to do while in town?

New Braunfels is Centrally located between Austin and San Antonio and is best known for the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers, great food, live music and the nearby Gruene Historic District.

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SAFETY FIRST

Technicians must bring appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), safety shoes, eye protection and ear protection. All safety procedures and warnings must be followed. High pressure fuel and temperature warning. Exposure to rotating components. Always watch out for each other and if see any liquid spills, please clean up immediately. (See attached Covid-19 protocol when registering for class).

REGISTRATION

Please complete the registration form to reserve a slot in the requested class. Registration forms can be requested by emailing us at ett@tritechent.com or by calling Tritech at 830-743-9720. Registrations will be accepted up to 5 days prior to start date of a class and are subject to open seats in selected classes.

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