Networks have evolved in trucks today. Networks in vehicles have evolved and have allowed technicians to have bi-directional control on components on various systems.
What do you do when a module will not communicate? Technicians need to have an understanding of communication within a network. Diagnose intermittent issues with modules and repair no communication issues.
In this first webinar on networks, instruction will cover the first part which is the diagnostic link connector (DLC) and the types of communication used for powertrain and other subsystems found in a truck today. This includes CAN, UART and SCP. Speeds will be mentioned and the diagnosis procedure you should follow using a scan tool, multimeter and lab scope.