Some publishers that have released print in-depth diesel engine troubleshooting guides include McGraw-Hill, Haynes Manuals North America and Car Tech. The guides published include "Troubleshooting and Repair of Diesel Engines," "Diesel: General Motors and Ford (Haynes Repair Manuals)" and "How to Rebuild Ford Power Stroke Diesel Engines 1994-2007."
In "Troubleshooting and Repair of Diesel Engines," the author provides readers with instructions and techniques geared toward keeping diesel engines running at their best. The book covers a comprehensive range of topics including new engine technology, emissions controls, diagnostics, fuel systems and electrical basics. More than 350 drawings, schematics and photographs allow for convenient consultation during troubleshooting. New material is covered in the most recent edition including a section on biofuels and a new chapter on electronic energy management repair.
"Diesel: General Motors and Ford" is part of a series of automotive manuals written and published by John Haynes. The manual on diesel engines offers guidance for engine repairs and overhauls, simple maintenance instructions for major repairs and essential information on cooling, fuel and electrical systems in diesel engines. Diesel World magazine calls "How to Rebuild Ford Power Stroke Diesel Engines 1994-2007" a great resource. The book contains extensive color photos of critical engine parts.