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From regen to fault codes: remote truck service realities

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 15 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.

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One of the biggest advantage over-the-air updates bring to the service process is the ability to clear faults. Fault codes crop up, they worry the driver and all we really have to do is clear the codes in the shop. With over-the-air updates pushed from the OEMs, the software on the engine is updated and the faults aren’t triggered any more.

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While OEM updates and parameter updates such as max road speed are the most common uses of over-the-air updates, third-party service and telematics providers are getting into the OTA game. Noregon is a good example of a third-party service provider that provides over-the-air functionality via its ND2 device on the truck and TripVision in the shop. For more details on how you can remotely access your trucks and insight from Scott Bolt, vice president of product management, Noregon Systems, watch the video above.

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