For commercial truck diesel engines, every single major manufacturer is covered. This includes CAT, Cummins, Detroit, Mack, Volvo, International, HINO, Isuzu, MBE, PACCAR, Ford, Sprinter, GM, and many more.
All electronic transmissions that are used in the commercial truck industry are also included. The list includes Allison, Detroit, Eaton, Volvo IShift, and Mack mDrive. We’ve also included repair information for all known cab controllers (Such as Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Mack, and Volvo), ABS systems (Wabco, Bendix), and other sub systems as well.
INSTALLATION AND SEt UP
1. Download the Truck Fault Codes app.
2. Log in or create account.
Log in for Existing users
If you can not remember your password, just click the reset password link and follow the instructions to reset your password.
Creating an account for New users
At this point, you may feel like you are in the wrong place, but dont’ worry. You are in the right place. Creating an account takes place in the same area of the app as password resetting.
Here you will need to enter your company name, your first and last name and your company address. Once you’ve input this information click the “NEXT” button to continue.
Create a Username and password
Passwords should be a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters as well as numbers and special characters such as !@#$%. By defualt the TruckFaultCodes app will remember your username and password but make sure you keep this information handy in case you are ever logged out or need to log in to different mobile device. If you have a hard time remembering passwords, we suggest using a secure password management application like Roboform.
Using the app
Please note – had I entered a fault code directly, the correspoding individual fault code would have been displayed.
In addition to the fault code, you will see a section for detailed repair information. In this section you’ll be given a brief explanation of the code as well as time saving troubleshooting steps with ideal system responses.