One of Central Oregon Truck’s T680s had already crossed into Canada this March when the news arrived: Something seemed wrong with the fuel pressure. Sensor-generated warnings are never exactly welcome news, but Pape Kenworth was able to confirm the fuel system was already due for some scheduled maintenance. It looked like the driver could complete the southern leg of the trip to Denver.
Over-the-air reprogramming of ECMs for all International Truck models powered by N9, N10, and N13 proprietary engines is now available as a no-charge offering
Ontario’s new speed limiter law allows inspectors unfettered access to hundreds of vehicle settings and parameters as well as historic trip and operational data.
Even as systems become increasingly complex, electrical basics still apply.
But be afraid, very afraid, of fixing it yourself.
Why take the engine’s default settings when you can have it your way?