IntelliShift's Diagnostic Trouble Codes provide users with the ability to get real-time Engine Codes of their assets. No longer do you have to wait for a vehicle to be brought back to the yard for it to be seen that an asset has a Check Engine Light on, or wait for an operator to inform you of this either. Within the Vehicle Service screen, users are provided with all of the historical tracking of their Diagnostic trouble codes, with the ability to filter by Branch or by Asset, they will see a list of all Active codes.
Viewing Diagnostic Trouble Codes
- Within IntelliShift, Click Vehicle Service from the Left-hand menu.
- Within the Vehicle Service application, click Diagnostic Trouble Codes
- Within the Middle of the screen, it will display All Active Diagnostic Trouble Codes for All Assets within the Fleet
- At the Top-left of the Diagnostic Trouble Codes, users can filter the list of codes to a specific Branch or Asset
- Also, the user can choose to display only Active Codes or Include Cleared.
- The Diagnostic Trouble Codes will provide the user with the following Information
- Asset Name - The name of the asset that has an Engine Code
- Reading Time - The Date and Time that the Engine code had triggered
- Bus Type - Bus type represents the connection method to the computer of the Vehicle
- OBD - OBD Bus represents primarily light to medium-duty vehicles
- J1939 - Connection to the Computer of the vehicle in Heavy-Duty type Vehicles. 9 Pin Connection
- J1708 - 6 Pin Connection utilized in Older Heavy Duty vehicles. Was replaced with J1939.
- Trouble Code - The Actual Engine Code that was triggered.
- Description - a Decoded Description of the code to provide users with an explanation of the Trouble Code.
- Status - Displays Active or Cleared. Active means that no action has been taken yet, cleared represents that the code was have been cleared by the user.
- Cleared By - If the user clicks the Check Mark to the Left of the Asset it will mark the code as cleared.
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