Diagnostics now monitor not only engine functions but also emissions related components as well. In addition the range of acceptable performance has been narrowed and the number of systems being monitored has increased. All of this means that drivers will see more lights coming on in the dash and this can raise concern. This video will talk about what lights are “warnings” and what lights mean “safely stop the bus.”
This video describes the process and what a driver will see when regeneration is occurring. Also how a technician can do a forced regeneration if normal driving conditions don’t allow a passive regeneration to occur.
When a MIL light or other engine light comes on it is an indicator that a fault code has been logged. This video describes how to obtain the code number and brief description of the fault.
This procedure shows how to clear a fault when a fault condition has been corrected. This procedure won’t work if the fault condition still exists.
The Blue Bird dash lights can be set to various levels of brightness. Learn how to adjust this function.
Convection heat is one of the most efficient heating systems in a bus. Watch how to operate this system.
The Blue Bird dash has options on color and this video also describes how to set the clock.
Once the enable function has been initiated watch how to disable the alarm with the dash button.
Learn how to enable a silence function for the audible alarm that is part of On Board Diagnostics (OBD).
This video explains the proper starting procedure to avoid setting off a fault function in the On Board Diagnostics of the dash.