The word ‘holistic’ is defined as “the idea that things should be studied as a whole and not just the sum of their parts.” In the heavy-duty commercial trucking industry, a holistic approach includes diagnosing the entire vehicle to understand how multiple interlinked entities work together and affect one another. Proper tools and procedures can lead to faster, thorough repairs, increased uptime, and a reduced number of unexpected breakdowns.
Learn the advantages of a holistic approach to diagnostics with three easy-to-follow examples detailing the difference in procedures and repair times for the standard approach vs. the holistic approach. The three topics discussed are:
- Communication diagnostics
- Accelerated diagnostics
- Detecting issues between controllers
By Noregon Systems, Inc.