Detroit Diesel Power Service Literature (Engine and Chassis)

This option offers both the engine and chassis information and includes service diagnostic repair information for Freightliner, Western Star, FCCC, TBB, Sterling Trucks as well as Detroit Diesel engines.
Detroit Diesel Power Service Literature (PSL) provides a dynamic, accurate, and up-to-date service library of dealer level documentation. The information provided with PSL is the same information that dealers use. With Power Service Literature, you will gain access to the entire collection of service information for Detroit Diesel, Freightliner, Western Star, and Sterling.


Detroit Diesel Coverage
  • Detroit Dealer Level Documentation
  • Detroit Engine Service Info
  • Detrot Transmission Service Info
  • Detroit Engine Parts Info
  • Detroit Transmission Parts Info
  • Detroit Series 60 Parts Info
  • Detroit DD13 Parts Info
  • Detroit DD15 Parts Info
  • Detroit DD16 Parts Info
  • Detroit Series 50 Parts Info
  • Detroit Torque Specs
  • Detroit Service Information
  • Detroit Wiring Schematics
  • Detroit Fault Code Troubleshooting
Freightliner Coverage:
  • Freightliner Parts Info
  • Freightliner Service Info
  • Freightliner Service Literature
  • Freightliner Technical Information
  • Freightliner Torque Specs
  • Freightliner Service Manuals
  • Freightliner Parts Manuals
Western Star Coverage:
  • Western Star Parts Info
  • Western Star Service Info
  • Western Star Parts Info
  • Western Star Service Info
  • Western Star Service Literature
  • Western Star Technical Information
  • Western Star Torque Specs
  • Western Star Service Manuals
  • Western Star Parts Manuals
Sterling Coverage:
  • Sterling Parts Info
  • Sterling Service Info
  • Sterling Parts Info
  • Sterling Service Info
  • Sterling Service Literature
  • Sterling Technical Information
  • Sterling Torque Specs
  • Sterling Service Manuals
  • Sterling Parts Manuals
What is Power Service Literature?


Power Service Literature, or PSL for short, is Detroit Diesel’s online database of service information. PSL includes detailed parts catalogs and a massive selection of service manuals.

Coverage includes:

Once you’re logged in to the online portal finding the information you’re looking for is a fairly straightforward process. On the left hand side you can navigate to the specific series and model you are working on. For this example, let’s click on the 60 Series.


Once you’ve clicked on Series 60, it will open up a pane in the lower left side of the screen that shows the different chapters you can view. From there you can choose a chapter and go straight to that information. Let’s view the exhaust system information.


Now, after just a few clicks, you are viewing exhaust manifold information for the Series 60 engine. What really makes PSL such a powerful resource is that you can download, print, or email any photos or PDF files you find in PSL.


Parts Search

If you’re looking for parts, PSL includes access to the parts search network. You can quickly and easily search for parts with a VIN number, Engine serial number. The parts search now includes all of the information you could possibly need to quickly find and order Detroit Diesel/Freightliner parts.


Wiring Schematics

PSL also includes access to a large library of electrical wiring schematics. All of the wiring schematics are high resolution photos that can easily be downloaded, printed, or emailed. Perfect for your mechanics to print and reference.


Fault Code Troubleshooting


Fault code troubleshooting is also included with PSL. You can find a specific fault code for your engine and aftertreatment system, pull it up, and then get a step by step checklist to help with your troubleshooting procedure. This makes finding and resolving a fault code that much easier.

About Us

Diesel Diagnostic Equipment was founded in 1999 on the principal of providing quality diagnostic equipment to the professional medium & heavy-duty truck technicians. 


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