DTC Reset Tool | Volvo Mack
The DTC Reset Tool provides you the capability to clear your fault codes in less than 3 minutes.
- Clear Active / Inactive Codes at the Dealer Level
This tool sends specific commands based on OTR's algorithm to be able to perform these things at the dealer level. Simple to use, and no special software or hardware needed. No need to visit the dealer or shop either!
- Reset Active / Inactive Faults
- OEM level commands, don't need to have PTT
- Complete simple to use the tool
- Reset ALL Modules located on J1708 / J1939 Systems
- Works on Volvo / Mack / Prevost
This DTC Reset Tool is a plug & play tool that will reset your fault codes. This product is used solely for the purpose of clearing “Active or Inactive” fault codes in the ECUs of the vehicle.
Specific trucks will display fault codes on the dashboard, and most of the time you will have a check engine light or a check module message. After this, a screen will appear stating that the error has occurred. Many of the codes that do appear on your dashboard fall into the category of “Ghost Code.” The phrase “Ghost Code” comes from the fact that the fault code activated was triggered by certain conditions that are near impossible to recreate.
Active fault codes do cause excessive downtime as you try to find a repair shop and after you finally find and arrive at a repair shop you are waiting possibly hours only to learn that in fact, you can make it to your next destination safely and with no problems – that the fault codes are not severe. Fault codes can mislead not only the owner and driver but also the technician into thinking there is a severe problem with the truck when there is not.
This will give you the relief you need knowing that you can make it to your destination safely while decreasing downtime. All you have to do is plug the DTC Reset Tool into the diagnostic connection and clear the fault code once. If the fault code does come back a second time, you do need to take the matter seriously. This product is used solely for the purpose of clearing active and/or inactive fault codes. Nowadays semi-trucks are plagued with fault codes, let OTR’s DTC Reset Tool be your solution to a seemingly never-ending problem.
Need to also reset Aftertreatment?
You need to upgrade to DTC + AFT if you need to perform service work to your aftertreatment system. This upgrade is recommended if you have dpf/def system.
Here is a link to that product: DTC + AFT
- Volvo Trucks – All Models
- Mack Trucks – All Models
Volvo / Mack - J1587/1708 Protocol
- Engine ECU (MID 128) – Volvo / Mack
- Transmission ECU (MID130) – I-Shift / Eaton / Meritor
- ABS / Brake ECU (MID136) - Eaton / Meritor
- Instrument Cluster Faults (MID 140)
- Link System Faults (MID 142)
- Vehicle ECU Faults (MID 144)
- Climate Control Faults (MID 146)
- Light Control Module Faults (MID 216)
- Gear Selector Module Faults (MID 223)
- Aftertreament ACM Faults (MID 233)
- Bodybuilder System Faults (MID 249)
- Steering Wheel Module Faults (MID 250)
- Standard SAE J1708 Fault Codes
Volvo / Mack - US13 / US17 J1939 Protocol
- Engine ECU (SA 0/SA16 DTC)
- ACM / Aftertreatment ECU
- Transmission ECU (SA 17/24 DTC) – I-Shift
- Standard J1939 Fault Codes
What is in the box - (9pin)
Engines Covered (9pin)
|D12: US99, US04|
D11: US07, US10
D13: US07, US10
D16: US04, US07, US10
|Aset AC: US04|
|MP7: US04, US07, US10 *MRU/LEU Supported|
|MP8: US07, US10|
What is in the box - (OBD)
Engines Covered (OBD)
|D11: US13, US17|
|D13: US13, US17|
|MP7: US13, US17 *MRU/LEU Supported|
|MP8: US13, US17|
What is in the box - (9pin + OBD)
Engines Covered (OBD+9pin)
D12: US99, US04
|D11: US07, US10, US13, US17|
|D13: US07, US10, US13, US17|
|D16: US04, US07, US10, US13|
|Aset AC: US04|
|MP7: US07, US10, US13, US17 *MRU/LEU Supported|
|MP8: US07, US10, US13, US17|
|MP10: US07, US10, US13|
How to use
Start a timer to make sure you perform the service correctly
- Turn ignition OFF for ONE(1) minute.
- Turn ignition to accessory position (Key On/Engine Off) for ONE(1) minute
- Connect DTC reset tool to 9-Pin or OBD connection under the dash
- Reset Codes - Leave plugged for 1 minute
- Look on dashboard, CEL will disappear and ABS should start clicking
- Check for faults, if faults are still present repeat steps 1-4 if no faults are present continue to step 7.
*NOTE: if fault codes remain "Active" then it is required for the truck to be taken to a service shop for further diagnosis.
- Disconnect the DTC reset tool
Note: You can use your display to find out what the fault code means, however, some heavy duty trucks will not allow you to view your fault codes. This blockage is programmed in the instrument module. In such a case you will need to plug into to a diagnostic software to read the DTC.