#MATS: Detroit creates new options for its StepUP service program

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Detroit will offer new StepUP overhaul options for EPA ’07 Series 60® and MBE 4000 engines starting in Spring 2012.

Detroit’s four-level StepUP program options offer appropriate service levels for any engine in need of a performance upgrade, the company claims.

To simplify the many overhaul choices available, Detroit will also be adding an online tool through www.demanddetroit.com to help customers choose which level of StepUP overhaul is right for their engine. Customers will be led through a selection process resulting in the most appropriate level of overhaul for their particular engine’s needs.

In addition, customers looking for a complete replacement engine will also now enjoy significantly reduced lead times as Detroit allows its service network to complete base engines direct from its remanufacturing centers with off-the-shelf parts components.

It may be time to consider a StepUP overhaul if the engine suffers from low power, poor fuel economy, hard starts, multiple parts failures, excessive blue or white smoke, low compression, high oil consumption or wear metals in the oil, the company says.

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