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NEWS | Feb. 18, 2021

D7R II Dozer: Pay Attention to Messenger Display Codes

D7R II dozer
Photo by 1st Lt. Robert Barney
This article initially appeared in PS 793 (Dec 18), p. 45. 

Operators, the D7R II’s messenger display provides a service code menu to help diagnose vehicle system malfunctions. So after start up, make a point to jot down any error code numbers that pop up.

Then tell field maintenance so they can make a proper diagnosis.
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