Spn 520761

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  1. Good Evening all !!!!

    My Freightliner Cascadia has a code, but I don't find its explain in software help, who know it pls tell me.

    SPN 520761 FMI 5

    Axle Temperature Center Trans Temperature Feedback - Current Below Normal Or Open Circuit.

    Where is this sensor?

    Goody

    Mark

    2020-11-11
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  3. Axle temperature sensor is mounted on the back of drive axle housings in the center where the differentials are and in the lower part of the housing so they are in the oil. The wiring harness might break right at the sensor connector, this happens especially when the wires are not secured properly on the axle housing. Or I have seen wires chaff against the axle housing, again because they were not secure properly.
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    FREIGHTLINER Truck Error Codes DTC SPN

    Component Codes (MID) - MID Description Old - Text Message - New Text Message *

    128 Engine №1 - ENGINE - ENG

    130 Automatic transmission - Trans

    136 Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) - TRCTR - BRK Brake

    140 Panel, Left - INSTRCLST - Instr

    142 Panel, Right № 1 - INSTRCLST - MGMT

    172 Diagnostic System - DIAGNOSTC - DIAG

    179 Black Box - LOG CMPTR - CMPTR

    181 Satellite System - COMM - SAT Satl

    190 ACPU - A / C - Air Conditioner

    219 Radar - VORAD - Radar

    231 Cellular Communication System - COMM CELL - Phone

    234 Panel, Right № 2 - INSTRCLST - Instr

    Parameter Codes (PID) 51 - 63

    51 Position of the throttle pedal - THROTTLE POS - Throttle Pos

    52 Intercooler Temperature - INTERCLR TEMP - Intercool TEMP

    53 Synchronizer clutch - SYNCRO CLUTCH - Synchro Clutch

    54 Synchronizer Brake - SYNCRO BRAKE - Synchro Brake

    55 Position of the Control Shift Finger - SHFT FNGR POS - Shift FNGR Pos

    56 Status of the range - SWITCH RANGE - Switch

    57 Activator status № 2 - ACTTRSTATUS - transmission № 2 Actuator № 2

    58 Gear Shift Gear Controller Status - SHFT FNGR ACT - Shift FNGR Act

    59 Gear Shift Motor Status - SHFT FNGR GEAR - Shift FNGR Gear

    60 Position Shift Gear Shift - FNGR RAIL Shift - FNGR Rail

    61 Status of the Parking Brake Activator - PRKBRKACTUATOR - Park Brake Act

    62 Status of Motor Brake - RETARDRINHIBIT - RetardrInhibit

    63 Activator status № 1 - ACT STATUS - transmission № 1 Actuator № 1

    Parameter Codes (PID) 64 - 97

    64 Switch Status Directions - DIRCTNSWCHSTAT - Dir Switch

    Parameter Codes (PID) 64 - 97

    65 Status of the Brake Switch - SVCBRK SW STAT - Serv Brake Sw

    66 Vehicle Enabling Component Status - VEHENABLCMPTST - Veh ENABLING

    67 Status Switch Connections Transmission - SHFT RQST SWCH - Shift RQST Switch

    68 Torque Limiting Factor TRQ - LIMIT FCTR TORQ - LimitFctr

    69 Two-Speed Axis Switch Status - 2SPEEDAXLSWTCH - 2 SPEEDAxl Sw

    70 Parking Brake Switch - PARKBRK SWITCH - Park Brake Sw

    71 Status Idle Idle Timer - IDLESHUTDWNTMR - IdleShutdwnTmr

    72 Air Valve Position in Air Conditioner - BLOWRBYPASSPOS - Blowr BYPASVal

    73 Auxiliary Pump Pressure - AUXWATRPMPPRSS - Aux PUMP Press

    74 Max. Travel Speed - MAXROADSPEED - Max ROAD SPEED

    75 Front Axle Oils Temperature - STRNGAXLTEMP - Str. Axle TEMP

    76 Axle Lift Axle Pressure AXLLIFTAIRPRES Axle Lift Pres

    77 Medium Oils Temperature FWDRRDRVAXLTMP FR DrvAxl TEMP

    78 Outer Axle Oils Temperature RRRRDRVAXLTEMP RR DrvAxl TEMP

    79 Road Coverage Temperature ROAD SRFC TEMP Road Surf TEMP

    80 Washer Fluid Level WASHRFLUIDLEVL Washer Level

    81 Pressure in the Particle Trap PARTTRAPINLPRS PartTRAP Press

    82 Pressure of the Pneumatic Starter System AIRSTARTPRESS Air Start Pres

    83 Status Movement Speed Limits ROADSPDLIMITST ROAD SPEED Lim

    84 Movement Speed ROAD SPEED ROAD SPEED

    85 Cruise Switch CRUISECNTRLST Cruise Status

    86 Cruise Switch «Set Speed» CRUISE SET Cruise Set

    87 Cruise Switch «High-Set» CRUISE HI SET Cruise Hi Set

    88 Cruise Switch "Low-Set" CRUISE LO SET Cruise Lo Set

    89 Status of Power Capture Boxes PTO STATUS PTO Status

    90 PTO OIL TEMP PTO Oil TEMP Oil Temperature

    91 Position of the Throttle Pedal (Percent of Full Run) ACCEL PDL POS% Throttle Pedal

    92 Percent Load on Engine ENG LOAD%% ENG LOAD

    93 Output Torque OUTPUT TORQUE OUTPUT TORQUE

    94 Fuel Injection Pressure FUEL DLVR PRSS Fuel DlvrPress

    95 Difference of Pressure through the Fuel Filter FUEL FILTER Fuel Filter

    96 Fuel Level FUEL LEVEL Fuel Level

    97 Indicator of Water in Fuel WATER IN FUEL Water In Fuel

    The new text messages appear on vehicles built on or after March 7, 1997.

    Parameter Codes (PID) 98 - 127

    98 Oil Level in the Engine OIL LEVEL Oil Level

    99 OIL FLTR PRES Oil Fltr Pres Oil Pressure Difference

    100 OIL PRESSURE OIL PRESSURE OIL PRESSURE

    101 Pressure of Crankcase Gases CRANKCASE PRES CrankcasePress

    102 Pressure Added by Turbocharger BOOST PRESSR Boost Press

    103 Turbocharger Speed TURBO SPEED Turbo SPEED

    104 Oil Pressure in Turbocharger TURBO OIL PRES TurboOilPress

    105 Pressure in the Collector INTKMNFLDTEMP IntakeAir TEMP

    106 Air Pressure Entering the AIR INLET Filter PRSS AirInlet Press

    107 Pressure difference via Air Filter AIR FILTER Air Filter

    108 Barometric Pressure BAROM PRESSURE Baro Press

    109 Cooling Fluid Pressure COOLNT PRESSR Coolant Press

    110 Cooling Fluid Temperature ENGCOOLANTTEMP Coolant TEMP

    111 Coolant Level COOLANT LEVEL Coolant Level

    112 Pressure Difference Through Antifreeze Filter CLNTFLTRDIFPRS CoolFltDiffPrs

    113 Compressor Regulator Range GOVERNOR DROOP Governor DROOP

    114 Current of Battery Pack (amps) NET BATT CURR Battery AMPS

    115 Current of the Generator (amperes) ALTERNATORAMPS Alternator AMPS

    116 Working Pressure Brakes BRK APPL PRESS APPLI Press

    117 Pressure of the 1st Receiver BRK PRIM PRESS Primary Press

    118 Pressure of the 2nd Receiver BRK SEC PRESSR Sec. Press

    119 Hydraulic Retarder Pressure HYD RTDR PRESS Retarder Press

    120 Hydraulic Retarder Oil Temperature HYDRRTDROILTMP Retdr Oil TEMP

    121 Status of Motor Brake ENGRTDRSTATUS Retardr Status

    122 Percent of Motor Brake ENG RETARDER% Retarder

    123 Clutch Pressure PRESSSR Clutch Press

    124 Oil level in the gearbox OIL LEVEL Oil Level

    125 Oil Level Indicator in the TRANSOIL HI / LO Oil Level

    126 Differential Pressure via Oil Filter in the FILTER PRESSUR Filters FilterDifPress

    127 OIL PRESSURE OIL PRESSURE OIL PRESSURE

    The new text messages appear on vehicles built on or after March 7, 1997.

    Parameter Codes (PID) 154 - 183

    154 Additional I / O Status № 2 AUX INP / OUTP № 2 Aux. In / Out № 2

    Parameter Codes (PID) 154 - 183

    155 Additional I / O Status № 1 AUX IN / OUT № 1 Aux. In / Out № 1

    156 Total Pressure Distribution System Nozzle AUX IN / OUT # 1 Inj Time Press

    157 Total Pressure Feed System Injectors INJ METR RLPRS Inj Metr Press

    158 Switching Voltage of Batteries BATTVLTGSWTCHD Volts (BattSw)

    159 Gas Feed Pressure (not diesel) GAS SUPLY PRS Gas Press

    Freightliner Business Class

    160 Secondary Shaft Speed MAINSHAFTSPEED MainShaftSPEED

    161 Input Shaft Speed INPUTSHAFT SPD In Shaft SPEED

    162 Position Switch "Range" of the gearbox RANGE SELECTED RANGE Selected

    163 RANGE ATTAINED RANGE Attained

    164 Injection Control Pressure INJ CTRL PRESR Inj Ctrl Press

    165 Compass COMPASSBEARING COMPASS Dir.

    166 Engine Power Rating RATED ENG PWR Rated Power

    167 Voltage on the Generator VOLTS (ALT) Volts (Alt)

    168 Voltage on Rechargeable Batteries VOLTS (BATT) Volts (Batt)

    169 Temperature Inside Body CARGOAMBTEMP CARGO TEMP

    170 Temperature Inside Cabins CAB INT TEMP CAB TEMP

    171 Outdoor Air Temperature AMB AIR TEMP Outside TEMP

    172 Temperature in the AIR INLET TEMP Air Inlet TEMP Collector

    173 Exhaust Gas Temperature EXH GAS TEMP Exh Gas TEMP

    174 Fuel Temperature FUEL TEMP Fuel TEMP

    175 OIL Temperature in Engine ENG OIL TEMP Oil TEMP

    176 Oils Temperature in Turbocharger TURBO OIL TEMP Turbo Oil TEMP

    177 Oils Temperature in the TRAN OIL TEMP Oil TEMP

    178 Front Axle Load FRONT AXLE WT Front Axle Wt.

    179 Rear Axle Load REAR AXLE WT Rear Axle Wt.

    180 Trailer weight TRAILER WEIGHT Trailer WEIGHT

    181 Cargo Weight CARGO WEIGHT CARGO WEIGHT

    182 Number of Fuel Per Trip TRIP FUEL TRIP Fuel

    183 Fuel Consumption FUEL RATE Fuel Rate

    Parameter Codes (PID) 184 - 253

    184 Instantaneous Fuel Consumption INST FUEL ECON Inst Fuel Econ

    185 Average Fuel Consumption AVG FUEL ECON AVG. Fuel Econ

    Parameter Codes (PID) 184 - 253

    186 Speed of Power Pick Box PTO SPEED PTO SPEED

    187 Restricted Power Pick Box Speed PTO SET SPEED PTO Set SPEED

    188 Idle Turn Speeds IDLE ENG SPEED Idle ENG SPEED

    189 Engine Speed Rating RATED ENG SPD Rated SPEED

    190 Engine Speed ENGINE SPEED ENGINE SPEED

    191 Output Speed of the TRANCE SPEED OUTPUT SPEED

    232 Correction DGPS DGPS DIF CRCTN DGPS Correctn

    233 Factory setting POWER UNIT № -

    SOFTWARE ID Software ID

    235 Total Hours Under Idle Turn TOTL IDLE HRS Total Idle Hrs

    236 Total Fuel When Idling TOTL IDLE FUEL Totl Idle Fuel

    237 VIN VIN VIN

    238 Direction of Velocity of Movement VELOCITYVECTOR VelocityVector

    239 Machine position (GPS) VEHICLE POS Veh. Position

    240 Factory setting Code CHG REF № CHANGE Ref №

    241 Tire Pressure TIRE PRESSURE Tire Pressure

    242 Temperature Wheel TIRE TEMP Tire TEMP

    243 Identifying Components of COMPONENT ID COMPONENT ID

    244 TRIP TRIP Distance TRIP Distance

    245 Total Run TOTAL VEH DIST Total Veh Dist

    246 The Total of the Working Hours of the Machine TOTAL VEH HRS Total Veh Hrs.

    247 Total Engine Hour Hours TOTAL ENG HRS Total ENG Hrs.

    248 The Total of the Working Hours of the TOTAL PTO HRS Total PTO Hrs.

    249 Total Engine Revolutions TOTAL ENG REVS Total ENG Revs

    250 Total Incineration Fuel TOTAL FUELUSED Total FUELUsed

    251 CLOCK Clock Clock

    252 Date DATE Date

    253 Total Clock ECM ELAPSED TIME ELAPSED Time

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 1 - 32

    1 Injector Cylinder № 1 CYL № 1 INJECTR Cyl № 1 Injectr

    2 Injector Cylinder № 2 CYL № 2 INJECTR Cyl № 2 Injectr

    3 Cylinder Nozzle № 3 CYL № 3 INJECTR Cyl № 3 Injectr

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 1 - 32

    4 Injector Cylinder № 4 CYL № 4 INJECTR Cyl № 4 Injectr

    5 Cylinder Nozzle № 5 CYL № 5 INJECTR Cyl № 5 Injectr

    6 Cylinder Nozzle № 6 CYL № 6 INJECTR Cyl № 6 Injectr

    7 Cylinder Nozzle № 7 CYL № 7 INJECTR Cyl № 7 Injectr

    8 Cylinder Nozzle № 8 CYL № 8 INJECTR Cyl № 8 Injectr

    9 Cylinder Nozzle № 9 CYL № 9 INJECTR Cyl № 9 Injectr

    10 Injector Cylinder № 10 CYL 10 INJECTR Cyl 10 Injectr

    11 Injector Cylinder № 11 CYL 11 INJECTR Cyl 11 Injectr

    12 Injector Cylinder № 12 CYL 12 INJECTR Cyl 12 Injectr

    13 Injector Cylinder № 13 CYL 13 INJECTR Cyl 13 Injectr

    14 Injector Cylinder № 14 CYL 14 INJECTR Cyl 14 Injectr

    15 Injector Cylinder № 15 CYL 15 INJECTR Cyl 15 Injectr

    16 Cylinder Injector № 16 CYL 16 INJECTR Cyl 16 Injectr

    17 Fuel Shut Off Main Valve FUEL SHUTOFF Fuel Shutoff

    18 Fuel Management Control Valve FUEL CONTROL Fuel Control

    19 Bypass valve of the accelerator THROTTLE BYPAS ThrottleBYPASS

    20 Mechanism, Controlling the Distribution TIMINGACTUATOR TIMINGActuator

    21 Crankshaft Position Sensor ENG POS SENSOR PositionSensor

    22 Sensor Distrib. TIMING SENSOR TIMING Sensor

    23 Fuel Plate Mechanism RACK ACTUATOR Rack Actuator

    24 Fuel Stack Position Sensor RACKPOS SENSOR Rack Pos Sens

    25 System Signal Protecting the Engine EXT ENG PROTCT ExtENG Protect

    26 Auxiliary Driver № 1 AUXOUTDRIVER1 AuxOut Driver

    27 Controller Mechanism № 1 Turbocharger TURBO ACTUATR1 Turbo Actuator

    28 Controller Engine № 2 Turbocharger TURBO ACTUATR2 TurboActuator2

    29 Fuel System Signal Input EXT FUEL INPUT Ext Fuel INPUT

    30 Speed Signal Input EXT SPEEDINPUT Ext SPEEDINPUT

    31 Tachometer signal TACHSIGNLOUTPT TACH OUTPUT

    32 Turbocharger Bypass Valve Driver WASTEGATEDRVR WASTEGATE Drvr

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 33 - 64

    33 Control Pneumatic FANCLTCH DRV Fan Clutch Drv

    34 Exhaust Pressure Sensor EXH PRESSENSOR Exh Press Sens

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 33 - 64

    35 Solenoid Exhaust Pressure Regulation EXH PRES SOL Exh Press Sol

    36 GLOWPLUGLAMP Glow PLUG LAMP Candle System Lamp

    37 Power Relays DRV UNITPWRRLY Power Relay

    38 System Relay Candles GLOWPLUGRELAY GlowPLUG Relay

    39 Starter Relay STARTER RELAY Starter Relay

    40 Auxiliary Driver № 2 AUXOUT DRIVER2 Auxout Driver2

    41 ECM 8-Volt Power Supply ECM 8VDC SUPLY ECM 8VDC

    42 Regulator Pressure Injectors INJ PRES REG Inj Press REG

    43 High Speed Auto Shift Control AUTOSHFTHI GR HIGH Gear Act.

    44 Low Speed Automatic Shift Control AUTOSHFTLO GR Low Gear Act.

    45 Neutral Auto Shift Controller AUTOSHFTNTL GR Neutral Act.

    46 Earth Auto Chain Circuit (minus) AUTOSHFTCOMLO Common

    47 Injector Cylinder № 17 CYL 17 INJECTR Cyl 17 Injectr

    48 Injector Cylinder № 18 CYL 18 INJECTR Cyl 18 Injectr

    49 Injector Cylinder № 19 CYL 19 INJECTR Cyl 19 Injectr

    50 Injector Cylinder № 20 CYL 20 INJECTR Cyl 20 Injectr

    51 Additional Input Driver № 3 AUXOUT DRIVER3 Auxout Driver3

    52 Additional Input Driver № 4 AUXOUT DRIVER4 Auxout Driver4

    53 Auxiliary Driver № 5 AUXOUT DRIVER5 Auxout Driver5

    54 Auxiliary Driver № 6 AUXOUT DRIVER6 Auxout Driver6

    55 Auxiliary Driver № 7 AUXOUT DRIVER7 Auxout Driver7

    56 Additional Input Driver № 8 AUXOUT DRIVER8 Auxout Driver8

    57 Additional PWM № 1 AUX PWM DRVR 1 Aux PWM Drvr 1

    58 Additional PWM № 2 AUX PWM DRVR 2 Aux PWM Drvr 2

    59 Additional PWM # 3 AUX PWM DRVR 3 Aux PWM Drvr 3

    60 Additional PWM # 4 AUX PWM DRVR 4 Aux PWM Drvr 4

    61 Valve Mixing Formation VAR SWIRL VALV Swirl Valve

    62 Prestroke Sensor PRESTROKE SNSR PreStroke Snsr

    63 Prestroke Actuator PRESTROKE ACTR PreStroke actr

    64 Engine Speed Sensor # 2 SPEED SENSOR2 SPEED Sensor 2

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 65 - 78

    65 Oxygen Sensor OXYGEN SENSOR

    MID 128 Engine Subsystem Codes 65 - 78

    66 Combustion Control Signal IG MODE SIGNAL

    67 Ignition Distribution Signal IG TIME SIGNAL

    68 Pressure in the Second Turbocharger Inlet TURBO PRSSRE 2

    69 Intercooler temperature ACOC COOL TEMP 

    70 Input air heating № 1

    71 Input air heating № 2 

    72 Injector Cylinder № 21 CYL 21 INJECTR

    73 Injector Cylinder № 22 CYL 22 INJECTR 

    74 Injector Cylinder № 23 CYL 23 INJECTR 

    75 Injector Cylinder № 24 CYL 24 INJECTR 

    76 Knock Sensor KNOCK SENSOR 

    77 Control valve for gas supply GASMETER VALVE

    78 Fuel Pump Controller

    MID 136 Codes Subsystems ABS 1 - 14

    1 ABS sensor, 1st Axle, Left (front) WH SNSR AXL 1L Wh Snsr Axl 1L

    2 ABS sensor, 1st Axle, Right (front) WH SNSR AXL 1R Wh Snsr Axl 1R

    3 ABS sensor, 2nd Axis, Left (middle) WH SNSR AXL 2L Wh Snsr Axl 2L

    4 ABS sensor, 2nd Axis, Right (middle) WH SNSR AXL 2R Wh Snsr Axl 2R

    5 ABS sensor, 3rd Axle, Left (rear) WH SNSR AXL 3L Wh Snsr Axl 3L

    6 ABS sensor, 3rd Axle, Right (rear) WH SNSR AXL 3R Wh Snsr Axl 3R

    7 ABS modulator, 1st Axis, Left (front) PRSMOD VLV A1L Mod. Valve A1L

    8 ABS modulator, 1st Axis, Right (front) PRSMOD VLV A1R Mod. Valve A1R

    9 ABS modulator, 2nd Axis, Left (middle) PRSMOD VLV A2L Mod. Valve A2L

    10 ABS modulator, 2nd Axis, Right (middle) PRSMOD VLV A2R Mod. Valve A2R

    11 ABS modulator, 3rd Axis, Left (rear) PRSMOD VLV A3L Mod. Valve A3L

    12 ABS modulator, 3rd Axis, Right (rear) PRSMOD VLV A3R Mod. Valve A3R

    13 Motor Brake Relay RTDR CNTRL RLY Rtdr Cntrl Rly

    14 Relays, Diagonal Voltage 1 RLAY DIAGONAL1 Relay DIAG. 1

    MID 136 Codes Subsystems ABS 15 - 47

    15 Relays, Diagonal Voltage 2 RLAY DIAGONAL2 Relay DIAG. 2

    16 ABS switch ABS MODE SWTCH ABS Mode Swtch

    17 ASR switch ASR MODE SWTCH ASR Mode Swtch

    18 Valve DIF 1-ASR ASR DIF1 VALVE ASR Dif1 Valve

    19 Valve DIF 2-ASR ASR DIF2 VALVE ASR Dif2 Valve

    20 Pneumatic Control Engine PNEU ENG CNTRL Pneu ENG Cntrl

    21 Electric Control Engine ELEC ENG CNTRL Elec ENG Cntrl

    22 Speedometer sensor SPN SGNL INPUT SPEEDSIGNAL In

    23 Lamp ABS WARNLIGHT BULB WarnLIGHT Bulb

    24 Lamp ASR ASR LIGHT BULB ASR LIGHT Bulb

    25 Average Speed of Front Axle ABS Sensors SENSOR AX1 AVG Sensor AX1 AVG

    26 Average Speed of Sensors ABS of the Forward Reducer SENSOR AX2 AVG Sensor AX2 AVG

    27 Average Speed of Sensors ABS Rear Gearbox SENSOR AX3 AVG Sensor AX3 AVG

    28 Modulator of ABS Valve for Gearboxes PRSSRMODDRVAXL Mod, Relay Valve

    29 Pressure Sensor for ABS Valve for Gearboxes PRSSRXDCDRVAXL Trans, Relay Vlv

    30 MASTER RELAY Master Relay

    31 Front Trailer Bridge, Left Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    32 Front Trailer Bridge, Right Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    33 Rear Trailer Bridge, Left Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    34 Front Trailer Bridge, Right Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    35 Front Axle of the Tractor, Left Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    36 Front Axle Tractor, Right Brake, Adjustment Fault BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    37 Front Traction Gearbox, Left Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    38 Front Traction Gearbox, Right Brake, Adjustment Fault BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    39 Rear Tractor Reducer, Left Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    40 Rear Tractor Reducer, Right Brake, Adjustment Wrong BRAKE ADJUST Brake Adjust

    41 Relay Heights Suspension 

    42 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 1 Left 

    43 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 1 Right 

    44 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 2 Left 

    45 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 2 Right 

    46 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 3 Left 

    47 Holding Valve Solenoid-Axis 3 Right 

    MID 136 Codes Subsystems ABS 48 - 80

    SID Description Old Text Message New Text Message

    48 Valve Flushing Solenoid-Axis 1 Left 

    49 Valve Reset Solenoid-Axis 1 Right

    50 Reset Valve Solenoid-Axis 2 Left

    51 Valve Reset Solenoid-Axis 2 Right

    52 Valve Reset Solenoid-Axis 3 Left

    53 Valve Relief Solenoid-Axis 3 Right

    54 Motor Hydraulic pump

    55 Brake Light Switch 1

    56 Brake Light Switch 2

    57 Electrical Pressure Control, 1st Axle

    58 Spare System Pressure Monitoring, Axis 1

    59 Pressure Brakes, Axis 1

    60 Electrical Pressure Control, 2nd Axis

    61 Pressure Control of the Spare System, Axis 2

    62 Pressure Brakes, Axis 2

    63 Electric Brake Adjustment, Axle 3

    64 Electrical Pressure Control, 3rd Axle

    65 Pressure Brakes, Axle 3

    66 Electric Brake Adjustment, Trailer

    67 Pneumatic Brake Control, Trailer

    68 Pressure Brakes, Trailer

    69 Load Sensor on the Axes 

    70 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 1 Left 

    71 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 1 Right 

    72 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 2 Left 

    73 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 2 Right 

    74 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 3 Left 

    75 Shaft Thickness Sensor-Axis 3 Right

    76 Transmitter Brake signal 

    77 Sensor Signal № 1 Braking 

    78 Sensor Signal № 2 Braking 

    79 Size Wheel

    80 Braking Control Machines

    MID 190 Air Conditioner Subsystem Codes

    1 Freon Level REFRGNT CHRG REFRIG Pres

    2 Moisture Level in Freon REFRIG MOISTR REFRIG Moistr

    3 Non-Condensing Gas in Freon GAS IN REFRIGN Gas In REFRIGN

    4 Solenoid Controlling Freon Flow RFRG FLOW CTRL RFRG Flow Ctrl

    5 Low Freon Pressure Sensor LOW PRS SWITCH Low Pres SW

    6 Chain Freon Compressor Control CLUTCH CIRCUIT Clutch Cir

    7 Thermostat Circuit of the A / C Radiator - Tstat Cir

    MID 219 VORAD Radar Subsystem Codes

    1 Front Antenna

    2 Electronics Antennas

    3 Brake System Monitor 

    4 Monitor Dynamics 

    5 Control Position Monitor 

    6 Speedometer Monitor

    7 Right-angle monitor 

    8 Left Turn Monitor 

    9 Display

    10 Sensor in the Right Side

    11 Sensor in the Left Side

    12 Rear Sensor 

    Common Subsystem Codes (SID for any MID) 151 - 153

    151 System Diagnostic Code № 1

    152 System Diagnostic Code № 2

    153 System Diagnostic Code № 3

    Common Subsystem Codes (SID for any MID) 154 - 248

    154 System Diagnostic Code № 4 

    155 System Diagnostic Code № 5

    219 Combustion indicator 

    220 Electrical connection Tractor / Trailer (ISO 11992) 

    221 Power Supply Voltage for Sensors 

    222 Lamp PROTECT

    223 Brightness Sensor

    224 Alarms

    225 Yellow Lamp 

    226 Gearbox Transmission Sensor 

    227 Additional Input № 1

    228 High Pressure Switch HI PRES SWITCH HI Pres SW

    229 Switch Kickdown

    230 Idle Walk Confirmation Switch 

    231 Chain SAE J1939

    232 5-Volt DC Power Supply 

    233 Driver № 2 

    234 The "ON" mechanism of the Parking Brake

    235 The "OFF" mechanism of the Parking Brake

    236 Power Connection Device

    237 Burning connection device

    238 Diagnostic Lamp - Red

    239 Diagnostic Lamp - Yellow 

    240 Memory 

    242 Switch "RESUME" Cruise

    243 Switch "SET" Cruise

    244 Switch "ENABLE" Cruise

    245 Switch № 1 Clutch pedals

    246 Brake Pedal Switch № 1 

    247 Switch № 2 of the Brake Pedal 

    248 Diagnostic chain OME

    Common Subsystem Codes (SID for any MID) 249 - 254

    249 Chain SAE J1922 SAE J1922 SAE J1922

    250 Chain SAE J1708 (J1587)

    251 POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY

    252 Calibration module 

    253 Memory Calibration

    254 Controller № 1 CONTROLLER Controller

    FREIGHTLINER Fault codes (FMI)

    FMI Description Text Message

    00 Above the norm HIGH

    01 Below norm Low

    02 Floating or Wrong Erratic Signal

    03 Voltage above normal or short circuit in the power supply Short Hi

    04 Voltage below normal or short circuit in ground Short Lo

    05 Undercurrent or open OPEN

    06 Current above normal or short circuit in ground Short

    07 The mechanical system does not correctly answer NoRESPONSE

    08 Unusual Frequency, Impulse Length, or SIGNAL Period

    09 Unusual Update Frequency UPDATE

    10 Unusual Rate Rate Change

    11 The error is not understandable. Not Known

    12 The unit itself does not work properly Bad

    13 Calibrate is incorrectly calibrated

    14 Special Instructions RSRVD

    15 RSRVD reserved

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    SERVICE MANUAL SERVICE MANUAL SECTION BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES Model: 3200, 4100, 4300, 4400, 7300, 7400, 7500, 7600, 7700, 8500, 8600, BE 200, CE Bus, CXT, DuraStar, LoneStar, MXT, ProStar, RXT, TranStar, WorkStar S08327 10/22/2009 S08327 Copyright © 10/22/2009 Navistar, Inc. BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES i Table of Contents 1. DISPLAYING DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 1.1. VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH OPTION TO DISPLAY CODES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 1.1.1. Displaying Codes on the Gauge Cluster (Non-VID equipped vehicles). . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 1.1.2. Displaying Codes on the VID (if equipped). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 2. CLEARING DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 3. DEFINITIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 3.1. FAILURE MODE INDICATORS (FMI). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3.2. SOURCE ADDRESSES (SA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 4. DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE (DTC) LIST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 S08327 ii BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES S08327 BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES 1 1. DISPLAYING DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES The ability to display diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) is an optional feature. Codes may be displayed on either the gauge cluster or an optional vehicle information display (VID). The vehicle must be equipped with the option to display codes in both cases. Codes will not be displayed on the gauge cluster if the vehicle is equipped with the VID. 1.1. VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH OPTION TO DISPLAY CODES 1.1.1. Displaying Codes on the Gauge Cluster (Non-VID equipped vehicles) To display codes on vehicles not equipped with a VID: 1. Set the parking brake. 2. Turn the key switch to the ACCESSORY position to view only previously active codes. Turn the key switch to the IGNITION position to view both active and previously active codes. 3. Momentarily press the Cruise "ON" switch and the Cruise "Resume" switch at the same time. A gauge sweep will be performed on the gauges. The gauge cluster will then display the following information for 5 seconds: • Software Rev: XXX • Hardware Rev: XXX • Active Faults: XXX • Total Faults: XXX NOTE – The gauge cluster will only display “Software Rev” and “Hardware Rev” for 5 seconds followed by the message “Diagnostic Trouble Codes are not available” if the vehicle is not equipped with the option to display codes. If faults are present, the gauge cluster display will show each diagnostic trouble code for 10 seconds and then automatically scroll to the next entry and continue to cycle through the faults. Once all faults have been displayed the number of faults will be displayed again, then the cycle will repeat. To manually cycle through the fault list press and release the cluster display selector button. The following information will be displayed for each fault: SPN: XXXX FMI: XX Active OC: XXX SA: XXX SPN: XXXX FMI: XX Previously Active OC: XXX SA: XXX NOTE – Turning the key switch off, turning the key switch to the CRANK position, or releasing the park brake will take the gauge cluster out of the diagnostic mode. S08327 2 BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES 1.1.2. Displaying Codes on the VID (if equipped) The VID can be used to display all diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) on the vehicle. Suspect parameter number (SPN), failure mode indicator (FMI) and occurrence count numbers are listed. Source addresses and DTC descriptions are presented in plain text. NOTE – The VID will display “Not Available” if a DTC description is not available for a particular fault. Displaying codes will only be allowed if all of the following conditions are true: • The key switch is in the IGNITION position. • AND displaying codes is allowed due to vehicle orderable options • AND the programmable parameter “Diagnostics” is enabled using Diamond Logic® Builder (DLB). • The vehicle is not moving (the Vehicle Speed is equal to zero). • The feature is not password protected to prevent unauthorized access. Refer to the Vehicle Information Display Owner’s Manual for more information. Perform the following steps if all of the above conditions are met: 1. Go to the main menu screen NOTE – The following selections will not be available if the vehicle is not equipped with the option to display codes. 2. Select “DIAGNOSTIC CODES” 3. Select “ACTIVE” or “INACTIVE”. The VID may initiate a password prompt if the VID has been password protected. Refer to the Vehicle Information Display Owner’s Manual for more information. The VID will indicate "NO FAULT DETECTED" if faults are not found. Scroll through the list of faults if faults are present. The following information will be displayed for each fault: SPN : FMI SA DTC Description OC 2. CLEARING DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES Previously active diagnostic trouble codes can only be cleared by a service tool, such as Diamond Logic® Builder (DLB). Some previously active codes may not be cleared by this method. 3. DEFINITIONS • “SPN” represents the Suspect Parameter Number. This number identif es the item for which diagnostics are being reported. • “FMI” is the Failure Mode Indicator. This number represents the type of failure detected. Refer to Failure Mode Indicators (FMI) below for more information. S08327 BODY CONTROLLER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES 3 • “Active” or “Previously Active” will be displayed to identify whether a fault is currently active or if the fault was previously active. • “OC” is the Occurrence Count. This number represents the number of times a fault has gone from previously active to active. • “SA” is the Source Address. This number identif es the module reporting the fault. Refer to Source Addresses (SA) for more information. 3.1. 2. SOURCE ADDRESSES (SA) NOTE – The available source addresses will vary depending on each vehicle configuration. NOTE – Diagnostic Trouble Codes listed in this document are Body Controller, Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack, Secondary Instrument Cluster, Instrument Cluster, Rear HVAC Module, and Compass Module. Table 1 Module Name Source Address Engine Control Module (ECM) 00 Transmission Control Module (TCM) 03 Shift Selector 05 Antilock Brake System (ABS) 11 Electronic Gauge Cluster (EGC) 23 Compass Module 28 Body Controller 33 Vehicle Sensor Module (VSM) 39 Vehicle Information Display (VID) 40 Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) 51 Rear HVAC 58 Aftertreatment Module 61 Telematics Module 74 Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack (AGSP) 3 132 Secondary Instrument Cluster (SIC) 1 167 Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) or Eaton Transmission Control Pad 239 Power Pack 3 247 Service Tool 249 Global 255 4. This failure would indicate a failure in the auto apply relay or in the air lines between the auto apply relay and the Park Brake switch. Mechanical system not responding or out Occurs when the park brake switch of adjustment does not match the spring apply-air release (SAAR) chamber travel sensor. This indicates the park brake cannot be applied or cannot be released. Air Powered Park Brake is stuck Occurs when the park brake switch does not match the spring apply-air release (SAAR) chamber travel sensor. This indicates the park brake cannot be applied or cannot be released. The Auto Apply portion with the Air Occurs When the Park Brake Switch Powered Park Brake is not operating is not set within 5 seconds of the receipt of the Park as the requested gear. This failure would indicate a failure in the auto apply relay or in the air lines between the auto apply relay and the Park Brake switch. Front Rear Axle Temperature Sensor Front Axle Temperature Sensor Shorted reading above normal range High or Open Circuit or faulty sensor system Front Rear Axle Temperature Sensor Front Axle Temperature Sensor Short to reading below normal range Ground or faulty sensor system Rear Rear Axle Temperature Sensor Rear Rear Axle Temperature Sensor reading above normal range Shorted High or Open Circuit or faulty sensor system Rear Rear Axle Temperature Sensor Rear Rear Axle Temperature Sensor reading below normal range Short to Ground or faulty sensor system Missing Wheel Based Vehicle Speed Message Fuel Inlet Restriction Lamp Fuel Inlet Restriction Lamp Water In Fuel Indicator Water In Fuel Indicator Phase missing fault/alternator fault. Logical Signal Current below normal or open circuit 9 33 Pins Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source Traction Control warning light malfunction Loss of data link from Engine Controller Loss of data link from the Transmission Controller Loss of data link from ABS controller 33 33 33 33 33 Comments J1939 Drivetrain Data Link Lost Output shorted to ground Output overheat Output shorted to ground Output overheat One or more of the three phase wire from One or more of the three phase the Dynamic Alternator to the Power Pack wires from the alternator is disconnected. The Power Pack E module may be disconnected. system is shutdown and requires an ignition cycle. Park_Brake_SAAR_Travel_ Signal, Park_Brake_Switch_Signal Park_Brake_Switch_Signal 1600-B10 Frwd_RR_Axle_Oil_Temp_ Raw_Signal 1600-B10 Frwd_RR_Axle_Oil_Temp_ Raw_Signal 1600-B11 Rear_RR_Axle_Oil_Temp_ Raw_Signal 1600-B11 Rear_RR_Axle_Oil_Temp_ Raw_Signal Vehicle_Speed 33 116 Brake Application Pressure 0 Brake Application Pressure Sensor reading above normal range Brake Application Sensor Shorted High or faulty sensor system 1600-B14 Brake_App_Air_Sensor_Ra w_Signal 33 116 Brake Application Pressure 1 Brake Application Pressure Sensor reading below normal range 1600-B14 Brake_App_Air_Sensor_Ra w_Signal 33 158 Battery Potential (Voltage), Switched 2 Key State Ignition Signal Error Brake Application Sensor Short To Ground or Open Circuit or faulty sensor system Open in Ignition Signal Input Circuit To BC 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 2 Comm. fault from ESC/BC to PP3. 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 3 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 3 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 4 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 4 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 6 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 8 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 16 33 168 Electrical Potential (Voltage) 16 33 33 168 175 Electrical Potential (Voltage) Engine Oil Temperature 1 17 0 The Power Pack E Module has stopped receiving heart beet message from the ESC/BC. DC Module Overvoltage condition on An Over Voltage Condition in the DC A High Battery Cutout fault has Vehicle DC Bus. regulator (Vehicle Battery Bus). occurred and the source of the fault is the DC regulator (Vehicle Battery Bus). AC Module Overvoltage condition on An Over Voltage Condition in the AC A high Battery Cutout fault has High Voltage DC Bus. module (Inverter High Voltage Bus). occurred and the source of the fault is the AC module (inverter high voltage bus). DC Module Undervoltage condition An Under Voltage Condition in the DC A Low Battery Cutout fault has on Vehicle DC Bus. regulator (Vehicle Battery Bus). occurred and the source of the fault is the DC regulator (Vehicle Battery Bus). AC Module Undervoltage condition An Under Voltage Condition in the AC A low Battery Cutout fault has on High Voltage DC Bus. module (Inverter High Voltage Bus). occurred and the source of the fault is the AC module (inverter high voltage bus). AC Module has shutdown due to A Surge may have occurred for a while in An Overload condition has been detected in the AC module and the overload condition. the Vehicle AC bus for a long time (The inverter supplies additional current to the Vehicle AC bus is shutdown. load). Phase missing fault/alternator fault. One or more of the three phase wire from One or more of the three phase the Dynamic Alternator to the Power Pack wires from the alternator is disconnected. The Power Pack E module may be disconnected. system is shutdown and requires an ignition cycle. DC module over temperature An overcurrent condition in the Vehicle DC An Over Temperature fault has condition. occurred and the source of the fault Bus might have caused an over is the DC regulator (Vehicle Battery temperature. Bus). AC module over temperature An overcurrent condition in the Vehicle AC An Over temperature fault has condition. occurred and the source of the fault Bus might have caused an over is the AC module (inverter high temperature. voltage bus). PPE3 Fuse Open. Load exceeded rating. PPE3 module Fuse is Open. Red Stop Lamp Red Stop Lamp Red Stop Lamp Amber Warning Lamp Amber Warning Lamp Amber Warning Lamp Global Broadcast Messages, J1708, proprietary messages (escape PID) (address 255) has an unknown fault. 33 626 Engine Start Enable Device 1 5 33 33 626 639 Engine Start Enable Device 1 Drivetrain Message Timeout 6 9 33 33 639 639 Drivetrain Message Timeout Drivetrain Message Timeout 14 14 33 685 33 687 33 688 33 691 33 829 Disengage Differential Lock Request - 2 Front Axle 1 Disengage Differential Lock Request - 2 Rear Axle 1 Disengage Differential Lock Request - 2 Rear Axle 2 Disengage Differential Lock Request - 2 Central Rear Left Fuel Level Sensor 1 BUS_Cruise_On_Switch, Cruise_Switch_Raw_Signal 1602-E14 & E15 1602-E14 & E15 1602-E14 & E15 Occurs if the wheel based vehicle speed increases from 0kph to 72kph two times without the brake switch opening or decreases from 72kph to 0kph two times without the brake switch closing. Occurs if the comparison of the inputs indicates a mismatch in the analog and digital signals. 1602-E14 & Brake_Switch_Signal E15 Brake_Switch_Signal Brake_Switch_Signal 1600-B4 Clutch_Switch_Raw_Signal 1600-B4 Clutch_Switch_Raw_Signal 1600-B4 Clutch_Switch_Raw_Signal Clutch_Switch_Raw_Signal Occurs if the vehicle speed increases from 0kph to 72kph without a change in state of the clutch switch. BUS_Cruise_Set_Switch Auto_Neutl_Switch A connection has been made to an output that has no functionality assigned. Output shorted to ground Output open circuit Output overheat Output shorted to ground Output open circuit Output overheat 1600-29, 1600-30 Fuel Heater Relay Under Current Or Open Circuit in Fuel Heater Circuit Open Circuit Fuel Heater Relay Over Current Short To Ground in Fuel Heater Circuit J1939 Drivetrain Data Link Lost Faulty BC or Drivetrain Data Link Failed to receive PGN 65535. Communication fault (from PP3 to ESC) Forward axle 1 diff lock switch error Brake_Analog_Switch_Raw_ Signal Brake_Analog_Switch_Raw_ Signal Brake_Switch_Signal Datalink interrupted between ESC and Powerpack. Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect Forward Rear Diff Lock Switch Error Faulty Switch Actuator or Microswitch for Forward Rear Diff Lock Switch Rear Rear Diff Lock Switch Error Faulty Switch Actuator or Microswitch for Rear Rear Diff Lock Switch Power Divider Lock Switch Error Faulty Switch Actuator or Microswitch for Power Divider Lock Switch Fuel Tank 1 Sensor reading below Fuel Tank 1 Sensor Short To Ground or normal range faulty sensor system Fuel Tank 2 Sensor reading above Fuel Tank 2 Sensor Shorted High or Open normal range Circuit or faulty sensor system Fuel Tank 2 Sensor reading below Fuel Tank 2 Sensor Short To Ground or normal range faulty sensor system AC - Service now Very low charge Data valid but below normal operational range - most severe level Fuel_Heater_Req Fuel_Heater_Req J1939DT_Root_Comm_Fail Check for open circuit or short in J1939 datalink. fuel filter preventing fuel flow. of 51 on the fuel filter signal which indicates a severely restricted or plugged condition. Failure Faulty ECM or Drivetrain Data Link 33 2000 Source Address 0 19 PTC1 (PGN 64892) not Received from Engine ECM not Programmed for Aftertreatment, Faulty ECM, or Faulty Drivetrain Data Link 33 2003 Source Address 3 9 TCM Data Link Comm. Failure Faulty TCM or Drivetrain Data Link 33 2011 Source Address 11 9 ABS Data Link Comm. Failure Faulty ABS Module or Drivetrain Data Link 33 2023 Gauge Cluster 9 EGC Data Link Comm. Failure Faulty EGC or Drivetrain Data Link 33 2040 Auxiliary Switch Pack #1 9 AGSP #1 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2058 Source Address 58 9 33 2058 Source Address 58 14 33 2062 Source Address 62 9 33 2225 Remote Power Module #1 Fuse 9 Rear HVAC Data Link Communication Failure Rear HVAC Data Link Communication Failure Meritor Wabco Brake Controller Data Link Comm. Failure to BC RPM #1 Data Link Comm. Failure Faulty Rear HVAC or Body Builder Data Link Faulty Rear HVAC or Body Builder Data Link Faulty Meritor Wabco Brake Controller Module Data Link Abnormal update rate 33 2225 Remote Power Module #1 Fuse 14 Remote Power Module #1 (address 225) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting 33 2226 Remote Power Module #2 Fuse 9 RPM #2 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2226 Remote Power Module #2 Fuse 14 Remote Power Module #2 (address 226) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting 33 2227 Source Address 227 9 RPM #3 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2227 Source Address 227 14 Remote Power Module #3 (address 227) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting 33 2228 Remote Power Module #4 Fuse 9 RPM #4 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2228 Remote Power Module #4 Fuse 14 Remote Power Module #4 (address 228) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting 33 2229 Source Address 229 9 RPM #5 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2229 Source Address 229 14 Remote Power Module #5 (address 229) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting J1939DT_Rcv_65265_xxx_0 00_Timer Not available 33 2230 Source Address 230 9 RPM #6 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2230 Source Address 230 14 Remote Power Module #6 (address 230) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting 33 2231 Remote Power Module #7 Fuse 9 RPM #7 Data Link Comm. Failure Abnormal update rate 33 2231 Remote Power Module #7 Fuse 14 Remote Power Module #7 (address 231) has an address problem. Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed RPM module, or a missing RPM module that the BC is expecting Faulty Rear Driver Door Pod Module or Switch Data Link Faulty Rear Passenger Door Pod Module or Switch Data Link Faulty Driver Door Pod Module or Switch Data Link Faulty Passenger Door Pod Module or Switch Data Link Faulty HCM or Drivetrain Data Link Drivetrain J1939 data link, an improperly addressed HCM, or a missing HCM that the BC is expecting Private J1939 datalink problem (exceeded BC has failed to receive heartbeat bandwidth). message from PowerPack E module. Faulty Switch Actuator or Microswitch for Work Light Switch Open in Work Light Circuit 33 2233 Source Address 233 9 33 2234 Remote Air Solenoid #2 Fuse 9 33 2239 Source Address 239 9 Rear Driver Door Pod Data Link Comm. Failure Rear Passenger Door Pod Data Link Comm. Failure Driver Door Pod Data Link Comm. Failure Passenger Door Pod Data Link Comm. Failure HCM Data Link Comm. Failure 33 2239 Source Address 239 14 HCM Address Conflict 33 2247 Source Address 247 9 Communication fault from PP3 to BC. The compressor is shut off to prevent damage. Park Position Interlock Solenoid Output is overcurrent. Over current for Parked Regen Switch Indicator Parked Regen Switch Error 33 3697 Particulate Trap Lamp Command 5 33 3697 Particulate Trap Lamp Command 6 Particulate Trap Lamp Relay Under Current Or Open Circuit Particulate Trap Lamp Relay Over Current Exhaust System High Temperature Lamp Command Under Current Or Open Circuit Exhaust System High Temperature Lamp Command Over Current 33 3698 Exhaust System High Temperature Lamp Command 5 33 3698 Exhaust System High Temperature Lamp Command 6 33 33 3950 3950 Air Horn Air Horn 5 6 Air Horn Undercurrent Air Horn Overcurrent 33 3952 Air Shield Light 6 Air Shield Lighting Overcurrent 33 3957 Auxiliary Transmission Constant Supply Actuator 5 33 3957 Auxiliary Transmission Constant Supply Actuator 6 33 3958 Auxiliary Transmission High Range Actuator 5 33 3958 33 3959 Auxiliary Transmission High Range Actuator Auxiliary Transmission Neutral Actuator Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid B (Constant Supply) output is Under Current Or Open Circuit. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid B (Constant Supply) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid C (High) Output is Under Current Or Open Circuit. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid C (High) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid A (Neutral) output is Under Current Or Open Circuit. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid A (Neutral) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission High/Low Switch state is invalid. TEM Epump Inhibit Relay Under Current Or Open Circuit TEM Epump Inhibit Relay Over Current Left Front Amber PWL Undercurrent 33 3959 33 3960 33 3961 33 3961 33 3962 6 5 Auxiliary Transmission Neutral 6 Actuator Auxiliary Transmission Range Switch 2 Body Equipment Hydraulic Power Auxiliary Pump Inhibit Command Body Equipment Hydraulic Power Auxiliary Pump Inhibit Command Bus Amber Signal Light 1 5 6 5 Current below normal or open circuit TEM_PTO_Air_Solenoid_C md TEM_PTO_Air_Solenoid_C md Current above normal or grounded circuit Faulty Switch Actuator or Microswitch for Regen Inhibit Switch Open Circuit in the Regen Inhibit Switch Indicator Circuit. Over current or Short to Battery for the Parked Regen Switch Indicator. Crossing Gate output is overcurrent. Switch 6-Pack #1 Data Link Comm. Failure Switch 6-Pack #2 Data Link Comm. Failure Switch 6-Pack #3 Data Link Comm. Loss from BC to Power Pack 9 Electrical Accessory Request Relay Over Current HVAC control Head Multiple Motor Faults DM1 Comm. fault from BC to PP3. Electrical_Accessory_Reque st RCD_HVAC_Ctrl_Head_Dia g_Signal 33 520468 RPM 1 Channel 1 Cab Switch 2 RPM 1 Channel 1 Switch Error Short To Ground in Electrical Accessory Request Circuit HVAC Motor in Wrong Position or Jammed Private J1939 datalink problem (exceeded The Power Pack E Module has bandwidth). stopped receiving heart beat message from the BC. Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520469 RPM 1 Channel 1 Overcurrent 6 RPM 1 Channel 1 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit 33 520469 RPM 1 Channel 1 Overcurrent 14 33 520469 RPM 1 Channel 1 Overcurrent 19 PwrMod1_Swch1_ON_Switc h PwrMod1_Output1_Current_ Signal 33 520470 RPM 1 Channel 2 Cab Switch 2 RPM 1 Channel 1 Analog Input Data RPM 1 Channel 1 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 3) indicates a value of FFh RPM 1 Channel 1 Analog Input RPM 1 Channel 1 Analog Input Data Invalid Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 3) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh RPM 1 Channel 2 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520471 RPM 1 Channel 2 Overcurrent 6 RPM 1 Channel 2 Overcurrent 33 520471 RPM 1 Channel 2 Overcurrent 14 RPM 1 Channel 2 Analog Input Data RPM 1 Channel 2 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 4) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod1_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520471 RPM 1 Channel 2 Overcurrent 19 RPM 1 Channel 2 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 1 Channel 2 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 4) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod1_Output2_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output3_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output3_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output3_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Swch4_ON_Switc h PwrMod1_Output4_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output4_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output4_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Swch5_ON_Switc h PwrMod1_Output5_Current_ Signal PwrMod1_Output5_Current_ Signal 33 520478 RPM 1 Channel 6 Cab Switch 2 RPM 1 Channel 5 Analog Input Data RPM 1 Channel 5 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 7) indicates a value of FFh RPM 1 Channel 5 Analog Input Data RPM 1 Channel 5 Analog Input (PGN 65313 , Byte 7) indicates a value in Invalid Data the range of FCh to FEh RPM 1 Channel 6 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520479 RPM 1 Channel 6 Overcurrent 6 RPM 1 Channel 6 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod1_Swch6_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod1_Output6_Current_ Signal 33 520479 RPM 1 Channel 6 Overcurrent 14 RPM 1 Channel 6 Analog Input Data RPM 1 Channel 6 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 8) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod1_Output6_Current_ Signal 33 520479 RPM 1 Channel 6 Overcurrent 19 RPM 1 Channel 6 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 1 Channel 6 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 8) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output2_Current_ Signal N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520483 RPM 2 Channel 2 Overcurrent 19 RPM 2 Channel 2 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 2 Channel 2 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 4) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520484 RPM 2 Channel 3 Cab Switch 2 RPM 2 Channel 3 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520485 RPM 2 Channel 3 Overcurrent 6 RPM 2 Channel 3 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod2_Swch3_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output3_Current_ Signal 33 520485 RPM 2 Channel 3 Overcurrent 14 RPM 2 Channel 3 Analog Input Data RPM 2 Channel 3 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 5) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output3_Current_ Signal 33 520485 RPM 2 Channel 3 Overcurrent 19 RPM 2 Channel 3 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 2 Channel 3 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 5) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output3_Current_ Signal 33 520486 RPM 2 Channel 4 Cab Switch 2 RPM 2 Channel 4 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520487 RPM 2 Channel 4 Overcurrent 6 RPM 2 Channel 4 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod2_Swch4_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output4_Current_ Signal 33 520487 RPM 2 Channel 4 Overcurrent 14 RPM 2 Channel 4 Analog Input Data RPM 2 Channel 4 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 6) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output4_Current_ Signal 33 520487 RPM 2 Channel 4 Overcurrent 19 RPM 2 Channel 4 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 2 Channel 4 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 6) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output4_Current_ Signal 33 520488 RPM 2 Channel 5 Cab Switch 2 RPM 2 Channel 5 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520489 RPM 2 Channel 5 Overcurrent 6 RPM 2 Channel 5 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod2_Swch5_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output5_Current_ Signal 33 520489 RPM 2 Channel 5 Overcurrent 14 RPM 2 Channel 5 Analog Input Data RPM 2 Channel 5 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 7) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod2_Output5_Current_ Signal 33 520489 RPM 2 Channel 5 Overcurrent 19 RPM 2 Channel 5 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 2 Channel 5 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 7) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod4_Output6_Current_ Signal 33 520515 RPM 4 Channel 6 Overcurrent 14 RPM 4 Channel 6 Analog Input Data RPM 4 Channel 6 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 8) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod4_Output6_Current_ Signal 33 520515 RPM 4 Channel 6 Overcurrent 19 RPM 4 Channel 6 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 4 Channel 6 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 8) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod4_Output6_Current_ Signal PwrMod4_Output5_Current_ Signal 33 520540 RPM 7 Channel 1 Cab Switch 2 RPM 7 Channel 1 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520541 RPM 7 Channel 1 Overcurrent 6 RPM 7 Channel 1 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod7_Swch1_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output1_Current_ Signal 33 520541 RPM 7 Channel 1 Overcurrent 14 RPM 7 Channel 1 Analog Input Data RPM 7 Channel 1 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 3) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output1_Current_ Signal 33 520541 RPM 7 Channel 1 Overcurrent 19 RPM 7 Channel 1 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 7 Channel 1 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 3) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output1_Current_ Signal 33 520542 RPM 7 Channel 2 Cab Switch 2 RPM 7 Channel 2 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520543 RPM 7 Channel 2 Overcurrent 6 RPM 7 Channel 2 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod7_Swch2_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520543 RPM 7 Channel 2 Overcurrent 14 RPM 7 Channel 2 Analog Input Data RPM 7 Channel 2 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 4) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520543 RPM 7 Channel 2 Overcurrent 19 RPM 7 Channel 2 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 7 Channel 2 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 4) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output2_Current_ Signal 33 520544 RPM 7 Channel 3 Cab Switch 2 RPM 7 Channel 3 Switch Error Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect 33 520545 RPM 7 Channel 3 Overcurrent 6 RPM 7 Channel 3 Overcurrent Current above normal or grounded circuit PwrMod7_Swch3_ON_Switc h N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output3_Current_ Signal 33 520545 RPM 7 Channel 3 Overcurrent 14 RPM 7 Channel 3 Analog Input Data RPM 7 Channel 3 Analog Input Data Unavailable (PGN 65313 , Byte 5) indicates a value of FFh N/A - Handled by translator. PwrMod7_Output3_Current_ Signal 33 520545 RPM 7 Channel 3 Overcurrent 19 RPM 7 Channel 3 Analog Input Invalid Data RPM 7 Channel 3 Analog Input Data (PGN 65313 , Byte 5) indicates a value in the range of FCh to FEh N/A - Handled by translator. Failure Switch 12-Pack Bottom Data Link Comm. Failure 5V Sensor Supply Above Normal Range 5V Sensor Supply Below Normal Range Electronic Gauge Cluster checksum error. AGSP checksum error. SIC checksum error. AC Module Overvoltage condition on High Voltage DC Bus. Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect Abnormal update rate TEM_Aux_Solenoid_4_Switc h_On TEM_Aux_Open_Solenoid_5 _Cmd TEM_Aux_Open_Solenoid_5 _Cmd TEM_Aux_Solenoid_5_Switc h_On TEM_Aux_Open_Solenoid_6 _Cmd TEM_Aux_Open_Solenoid_6 _Cmd TEM_Aux_Solenoid_6_Switc h_On TEM_Dual1_Switch SwitchPack_3_IN_Timer Defective AGSP Defective SIC An Over Voltage Condition in the AC module (Inverter High Voltage Bus). An Under Voltage Condition in the AC module (Inverter High Voltage Bus). A low Battery Cutout fault has occurred and the source of the fault is the AC module (inverter high voltage bus). Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid B (Constant Supply) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid C (High) output is Under Current Or Open Circuit. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid C (High) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid A (Neutral) output is Under Current Or Open Circuit. Auxiliary Transmission Solenoid A (Neutral) output is overcurrent. Auxiliary Transmission High/Low Switch state is invalid. Crossing Gate output is overcurrent. AC module over temperature condition. 33 520774 PPE3 DC Module Temperature 0 DC module over temperature condition. Load exceeded rating. An overcurrent condition in the Vehicle AC Bus might have caused an over temperature. An Overload condition has been detected in the AC module and the Vehicle AC bus is shutdown. PPE3 module Fuse is Open. An Over temperature fault has occurred and the source of the fault is the AC module (inverter high voltage bus). An overcurrent condition in the Vehicle DC An Over Temperature fault has occurred and the source of the fault Bus might have caused an over is the DC regulator (Vehicle Battery temperature. Bus). Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132). Datalink ignition signal does not match the hardwired ignition signal. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 1, sensor fault. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 1, data unavailable. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 1, data missing. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 2, sensor fault. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 2, data unavailable. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 2, data missing. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 3, sensor fault. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 3, data unavailable. Auxiliary Gauge Switch Pack #3 (address 132) gauge location 3, data missing. Loss of data link from ESC Message accessory and switched accessory do not match for AGSP 3 132 2132 Auxiliary Switch Pack #3 12 167 167 2033 2167 Communication Loss Source Address 167 9 11 167 2167 Source Address 167 12 Failure of non-volatile memory or checksum fault in AGSP 3 Loss of data link from ESC Message ignition and switched ignition do not match for SIC 1. Failure of non-volatile memory or checksum fault in SIC 1 Mechanical system not responding or out of adjustment Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source Voltage above normal, or shorted to high Evaporator Sensor High or short to source Battery Evaporator Sensor Low or bad sensor Abnormal update rate Loss of drive-train data link. Loss of communication in excess of 10 seconds. There is a problem with the sensor that provides data for this gauge. The data for this gauge should be, but is not available. The data for this gauge is not being transmitted. There is a problem with the sensor that provides data for this gauge. The data for this gauge should be, but is not available. The data for this gauge is not being transmitted. There is a problem with the sensor that provides data for this gauge. The data for this gauge should be, but is not available. The data for this gauge is not being transmitted. Abnormal update rate Root cause not known Bad intelligent device or component Abnormal update rate Root cause not known Bad intelligent device or component
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