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Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link 6.48

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Type: Diagnostic software

Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link 6.48 is the diagnostic program for engines of Detroit, which presents the following features:

 - Support EGR DPS sensor autocalibration for DDEC IV version R42 and DDEC R3 V version

 - Fixed issue with clearing ECU fault codes

 - Print Smart Cruise option in calibration printout

 - Include updated help files

- Include Nexiq Drivers 2.0 in DDDL

 - Proportional Valve Time to activate the output

 - Print Calibrations to PDF file for troubleshooting

 - Progressive calculator Shift,

 - Adjustable OI idle for DDECIV

 - Keeping records DDECV diagnostic codes in the text file

 - Change Low torque transmission and a limit DDECIV DDECV

 - Read-only "Smart Cruise" field added to Cruise Tab

 - Change in OI minimum rate to 800 rpm

 - Save the I / O configuration settings in DDEC III / IV the same as DDEC V

 - Use unsigned seeds for backdoor password (VCU)

 - There is an option in DDDL installation to install Dearborn Group Drivers

 - Remove Min / Max from fault code display, add associated extreme value PARM + stop

 - Powers set for DDEC V folder for extraction


To work with the diagnose program Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link 6.48 requires the following requirements:

 Windows 9x or ME Windows NT 4.0

 Min 486/66 MHz Pentium 200 MHz or higher

 32 MB RAM, 32 MB of RAM

 4x CD-ROM drive as Win 9x

 Display: VGA color monitor as Win 9x

 800 x 600 (small fonts) Same, Win 9x

 20 MB free hard disk space The same, Win 9x

 Mouse or other pointing device Same, Win 9x

 Functional serial port Same as Win 9x


 Windows 2000 / XP

 Pentium II 233 MHz or higher

 64 MB of RAM

 CD-ROM: The same, Win 9x

 Display: Same as Win 9x

 Hard drive: Same as Win 9x

 Mouse: Same as Win 9x

 Functional serial port


 *** If you are using WINDOWS XP do not install DDDL to consider additional materials on this system is located in the documentation section DDDL CD. ***


 General installation instructions are written to D:, as a CD, please use the proper designation for the drive of your computer system. DDDL is no longer available on the disc format.

 If you require DDDL using floppies please refer to the documentation on the CD for instructions on creating DDDL floppy.


1) Insert the CD-ROM labeled Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link 6.48 in the CD-ROM drive.

2) Your computer should automatically detect the CD-ROM and on-screen display menu. If your computer does not recognize CD-ROM, click the "Start" button on the taskbar, then click "Run" and the Run dialog box opens. In the Open: text box, type "D: autorun" and click OK.

3) Select the first menu item: INSTALL DIAGNOSTIC LINK

 The wizard will guide you through the installation of diagnostic Link.

 * Be sure to close all other applications before installing Diagnostic Link because the computer will restart in your direction at the end of the installation process.

 * When prompted for the path and folder names, accept all the default names unless it is absolutely necessary to change them.

 * You can set up a local communication interface during installation. If you need to change the interface or port connection after installation of the "Tools" pull-down menu within DDDL program, select "Options."


 Uninstalling software Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link 6.48:

 1) Click on "Settings | Control Panel" from the "Start" button.

 2) Select the "Add / Remove Programs" icon.

 3) Select the "Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link" from the list.

 4) Click the "Add / Remove ..." button.

 5) Click "Next" button in the dialog box, select "Auto-delete".

 6) Click "Finish" to complete the deletion.




 1) These trips to the DDEC III may be removed using DDDL. Select "Engine / Trip Data" from the tools drop down menu. Select "Export" in the dialog box when it appears. Once the data has been exported, another dialog box gives the user the choice to clear the current trip data.

 2) The trip data can also be cleaned using Pro-Link reader (DDR). Please note that in III DDEC these data do not match the data collected in the DDEC III data pages.

 3) DDEC III data pages is reset on a successful production DDEC Reports (if the user has downloaded the data set definition file (DDF) does not allow the trip reset). When creating reports DDEC

 The installation file is in the "fleet" tab, which can be verified to block resets trip to Pro-Link. This feature only works with DDEC ECMs IV.



 1) DDEC data can be exported from the "Engine / Trip Data" in the Tools menu drop down menu DDDL. You will get a success message and export options for data cleaning DDEC trip. If you decide to clean the trip data you'll see a screen stating that it is the same trip data, which provides information for DDEC Reports.

 2) Assuming that the reader is reset was not blocked by the DDEC

 Reports setup file, DDEC data reset only DDEC Reports extraction process or Pro-Link reader with proper DDEC ability level. Refer to "3)" under the DDEC III ECMs.


 Retrieves the path of the vehicle and create reports

 1) The vehicle must contain a Detroit Diesel MBE or engine aDDEC or VCU / PLD ECM. DDEC III ECM must be version 5.0 or higher and data pages to be enabled. All DDEC IV / V can be recovered, but some data are not available in DDEC IV w / Issue 20. MBE engine must have VCU version 12.09 or higher.

 2) Plug the Detroit Diesel translator cable car in a 6-pin or 9-pin diagnostic connector. Connect the cable from the computer to the translator box.

 3) On the taskbar, click "Start", "Programs", "Detroit Diesel", "DDEC Reports". Close the Welcome screen.

 4) Turn the ignition on.

 5) Click on the icon on the diagnostic R toolbar Link. This opens DDEC reports, data extraction and reporting of the program.

 6) Click on the traffic light icon in the left end of the toolbar. Relations Manager opens.

 7) If this is the first time the car was connected to the computer, it is unknown car ID window will open. Enter ID car in Add / Purpose Vehicle ID dialog box and click OK.

 8) You will see a flashing yellow traffic light in the status box indicating data transfer occurs. The status bar in the window will show the progress for the devices removed.

 9) After the completion of the traffic light turns green, and you will automatically be taken to the screen record the trip.

 10) You can select other reports by clicking on the various icons of the report on the toolbar or select the option from the View menu. "View" menu contains the settings for the report is not on the toolbar.

 11) You can print any report by clicking the printer icon in the toolbar. You can print all the reports.

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