NASTF Information Requests

Tracking: 723 Status: Closed - Request Invalid
State: MI Name: RYAN
Category of Request: Reprogramming Manufacturer: 1999 INTERNATIONAL (DETROIT DIESEL) 9200

Have you checked the OEM website?
Description of Repair unable to perform
Detroit Diesel will not let independent repair facilities program legacy engines such as the DDEC 3 and 4 Series 60, Series 50, 8V92. You must have a dealership to perform these actions. DD will let you program newer engines such as the DD15, however.
Description of Information not available
Independents cannot gain access to the DDRS program to reprogram legacy engines.
Description of steps taken to obtain information (help/contact function on website, websites, etc.)
Called Detroit Diesel and verified the dealership requirement.
Other Comments or Concerns
Paul Soar - 04/14/2016
Daimler (Detroit Diesel) was contacted concerning the programming of older engines. Daimler responded "The MOU addressed 2010 vehicles and later. This is for good reason. From a technical standpoint, the tool needed for legacy engine support uses a different system and requires different ID’s (not the SSO ID utilized by DiagnosticLink). This is the reason the line was drawn on model year to allow time to develop and create a support model w/o investment in going backward. This isn’t a request we can accommodate."