Detroit Diesel Series 60 EGR Technician’s Manual

Attention

The information in this document is accurate as of April 2004 and is subject to change without notice. This manual is to be used in conjunction with the DDEC III/IV Single ECM Troubleshooting Guide and the DDEC V Single ECM troubleshooting Guide.

Series 60®, Detroit Diesel®, DDC®, DDEC® and the spinning arrows design are registered trademarks of Detroit Diesel Corporation. Diagnostic Link® is a registered trademarks of the Detroit Diesel Corporation.

A Letter to Technicians

The Series 60 engine is entering its 14th year!

Since its introduction in 1987, over 729,000 Series 60 engines have been introduced in the market. The technological changes that have occurred during those 14 years have resulted in a different type of engine, requiring a different class of technicians. Today’s technician is required to have computer skills, excellent comprehension of the written word and possess an extensive diagnostic understanding of the various technological systems and components. Today’s technician must perform at a higher level of efficiency and competency than their predecessors and at the same
time furnish professional quality support.

As the leader in engine computer systems and technology, Detroit Diesel Corporation remains focused on providing excellence in products, service support and training. As products become more and more advanced, today’s technicians must become specialized in multiple areas. This manual is designed with that thought in mind. This Series 60 EGR Technician’s Guide will provide you with concentrated information that will allow you to excel in EGR technology.

The Series 60 EGR Technician’s Guide covers the October 2002 through current production Series 60 EGR engines.

After completing this guide you will:

  • Understand the function of the Series 60 EGR engine components and their interdependence
  • Understand Series 60 EGR operating modes
  • Recognize the logic, component, and protection codes logged within the ECM
  • Learn the acceptable pressure output values from a Variable Pressure Output Device (VPOD)
  • Be able to record, playback, save, and e-mail a DDDL snapshot
  • Apply your understanding of the EGR system logic to review DDDL diagnostic snapshots

Technician’s Guide Continued in the PDF below…

Jimmy Finch

Dallas Branch Manager, M&D Distributors

Jimmy Finch has over 33 years of experience in Diesel Engine Sales, Service and Repair. His experience started early in life at Texas Fuel Injection Service (an early acquisition of M&D) as a job with a means to an end. Somewhere in that 33 years this job turned into a fulfilling career. He started in the injector clean up department and has held practically every position leading up to his current role as Branch Manager of the Dallas, Texas location.

In his spare time, Jimmy enjoys spending time with his wife of 24 years, Priscilla. They are currently getting ready to make their way into the empty-nesters stage of life. He also enjoys the occasional hunting trip with friends and family and chasing down potential customers by the names off their trucks.

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