Where is the CPC located on a Freightliner Cascadia?
CPC (Common Powertrain Controller) – a VHS tape size black plastic box (size: 7″ wide x 4.5″ deep by 1.5″ tall) will be somewhere inside the cab and is often located under the dash or under the passenger seat (but this can vary from truck to truck).
What is a truck MCM?
MCM (Motor Control Module) – will be bolted onto the side of the engine (size: 11.5″ wide x 8″ deep by 2″ tall). ACM (Aftertreatment Control Module) – the ACM looks just like the MCM and will be located near the emission control equipment on the frame rail or a mounting bracket.
What are the specs of a Freightliner Cascadia?
Steering wheel mounted controls Large rear windows — 56″ x 22″ combined viewable area in a day cab application Robust pedestal mirror design with power mirror adjustment Up to 50-degree wheel cut EPA 2010-compliant SCR technology along with 2016 On-board Diagnostics Standard LED headlights Rugged three-piece bumper
Is there a CPC update for my Freightliner?
(ECU power down not completed) Troubleshooting info says that EPA10 vehicles have the code turned off with software level 21 or higher. DDDL8 says that the CPC is at diagnostic version 10. Would I have the ability to update the CPC or would this need to go to the dealer.
What is the CPC code for a Cascadia truck?
1 04-22-2020, 08:00 PM (This post was last modified: 04-22-2020, 08:03 PM by IROC .) I have a 2015 Cascadia with a DD15 engine. Truck randomly shuts off. Putting it into neutral, it can be started right back up. I found a code SPN168/FMI14.
Where is the CPC located in a truck?
Verified Hello my name is***** you fr your question. CPC (Common Powertrain Controller)– a VHS tape size black plastic box (size: 7″ wide x 4.5″ deep by 1.5″ tall) will be somewhere inside the cab and is often located under the dash or under the passenger seat (but this can vary from truck to truck).