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RENR5910 February 2002

Troubleshooting
G3612 and G3616 Engines
BLB1-Up (Engine) BKE1-Up (Engine)

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Troubleshooting Section
Electronic Troubleshooting System Overview .................................................. Electrical Connectors and Functions .................... Electronic Service Tools ........................................ Engine Monitoring System .................................... Programming Parameters Programming Parameters ..................................... Customer Passwords ............................................ Factory Passwords ................................................ Flash Programming .............................................. System Configuration Parameters ........................ Factory Passwords Worksheet ............................. Replacing the ECM ............................................... Replacing the ICSM .............................................. Troubleshooting Data Sheet ................................. 10 12 18 21 22 22 22 23 24 25 25 26 28

Noise Coming from Cylinder (Noisy Cylinder Head) .................................................................. 60 Poor Coolant Flow ................................................ 60 System Voltage ..................................................... 61 Short Spark Plug Life ............................................ 61 Starting Motor Runs, Pinion Engages But Does Not Turn the Flywheel ................................................ 62 Too Much Vibration ............................................... 62 Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High) ............ 63 Troubleshooting with a Diagnostic Code Diagnostic Codes .................................................. 64 MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit ................................................................... 65 MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground ............................................................. 66 MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction .......................................................... 66 MID 036 - CID 0041 - FMI 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt ................................................................ 66 MID 036 - CID 0041 - FMI 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground ............................................................. 67 MID 036 - CID 0094 - FMI 03 Fuel Pressure open/short to +batt .............................................. 67 MID 036 - CID 0094 - FMI 08 Fuel Pressure Noisy ................................................................... 67 MID 036 - CID 0100 - FMI 03 Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt .............................................. 68 MID 036 - CID 0100 - FMI 04 Engine Oil Pressure short to ground .................................................... 68 MID 036 - CID 0101 - FMI 03 Crankcase Pressure open/short to +batt .............................................. 68 MID 036 - CID 0101 - FMI 04 Crankcase Pressure short to ground .................................................... 69 MID 036 - CID 0106 - FMI 03 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor short to +batt .......................................... 69 MID 036 - CID 0106 - FMI 08 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor noisy signal ............................................. 70 MID 036 - CID 0109 - FMI 03 Coolant Outlet Pressure open/short to +batt .............................................. 70 MID 036 - CID 0109 - FMI 08 Engine Coolant Outlet Pressure Sensor noisy signal ............................. 70 MID 036 - CID 0110 - FMI 03 Engine Coolant Temperature open/short to +batt ......................... 71 MID 036 - CID 0110 - FMI 04 Engine Coolant Temperature short to ground ............................... 71 MID 036 - CID 0168 - FMI 02 System Voltage intermittent/erratic ............................................... 71 MID 036 - CID 0172 - FMI 03 Intake Manifold Air Temp open/short to +batt .................................... 72 MID 036 - CID 0172 - FMI 04 Intake Manifold Air Temp short to ground .......................................... 72 MID 036 - CID 0174 - FMI 03 Fuel Temperature open/short to +batt .............................................. 73 MID 036 - CID 0174 - FMI 04 Fuel Temperature short to ground ............................................................. 73 MID 036 - CID 0175 - FMI 03 Engine Oil Temperature open/short to +batt .............................................. 73 MID 036 - CID 0175 - FMI 04 Engine Oil Temperature short to ground .................................................... 74 MID 036 - CID 0190 - FMI 02 Loss of Engine Speed signal ................................................................... 74

Troubleshooting without a Diagnostic Code Symptoms ............................................................. 31 Air Starting Motor .................................................. 31 Crankcase Pressure (High) .................................. 32 Detonation ............................................................ 33 Driven Equipment ................................................. 34 ECM Will Not Accept Factory Passwords ............. 35 Electrohydraulic System Oil Pressure (Low) ......... 35 Electronic Service Tool Will Not Communicate with ECM or ICSM ...................................................... 36 Engine Coolant Temperature (High) ..................... 37 Engine Coolant Temperature (Low) ...................... 39 Engine Cranks but Will Not Start .......................... 39 Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable ........ 41 Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure ................... 43 Engine Oil Pressure (Low) .................................... 43 Engine Oil Temperature (High) ............................. 44 Engine Overcrank ................................................. 45 Engine Overload ................................................... 46 Engine Overspeed ................................................ 46 Engine Pre-Lube Pressure (Low) ......................... 47 Engine Shutdown .................................................. 48 Engine Shutdown (Unexpected) ........................... 48 Engine Shutdown without a Diagnostic Code ....... 50 Engine Starts but Stalls Immediately .................... 50 Excessive Engine Oil Consumption ...................... 51 Exhaust Emission Too High/Fuel Consumption Too High ..................................................................... 52 Exhaust Port Temperature (High) ......................... 53 Exhaust Port Temperature (Low) .......................... 54 Fuel Energy Content ............................................. 55 Fuel Pressure ....................................................... 55 Gas Temperature (High) ....................................... 56 Inlet Air Temperature (High) .................................. 56 Intermittent Engine Shutdown ............................... 57 Jacket Water Inlet Pressure (High) ....................... 58 Jacket Water Pressure (Low) ................................ 58 Jacket Water to Engine Oil Differential Temperature (Low) ................................................................... 59 Mechanical Noise (Knock) in Engine .................... 59

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MID 036 - CID 0190 - FMI 08 Engine Speed signal abnormal ............................................................. 75 MID 036 - CID 0262 - FMI 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to +batt ........................................... 75 MID 036 - CID 0262 - FMI 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to ground ........................................ 75 MID 036 - CID 0301 - FMI 05 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 76 MID 036 - CID 0301 - FMI 06 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 76 MID 036 - CID 0302 - FMI 05 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 76 MID 036 - CID 0302 - FMI 06 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 77 MID 036 - CID 0303 - FMI 05 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 77 MID 036 - CID 0303 - FMI 06 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 77 MID 036 - CID 0304 - FMI 05 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 78 MID 036 - CID 0304 - FMI 06 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 78 MID 036 - CID 0305 - FMI 05 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 79 MID 036 - CID 0305 - FMI 06 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 79 MID 036 - CID 0306 - FMI 05 Cyinder 6 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 79 MID 036 - CID 0306 - FMI 06 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 80 MID 036 - CID 0307 - FMI 05 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 80 MID 036 - CID 0307 - FMI 06 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 80 MID 036 - CID 0308 - FMI 05 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 81 MID 036 - CID 0308 - FMI 06 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 81 MID 036 - CID 0309 - FMI 05 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Primary open circuit ............................................ 81 MID 036 - CID 0309 - FMI 06 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Primary short ...................................................... 82 MID 036 - CID 0310 - FMI 05 Cylinder 10 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 82 MID 036 - CID 0310 - FMI 06 Cylinder 10 Transformer Primary short .................................. 82 MID 036 - CID 0311 - FMI 05 Cylinder 11 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 83 MID 036 - CID 0311 - FMI 06 Cylinder 11 Transformer Primary short .................................. 83 MID 036 - CID 0312 - FMI 05 Cylinder 12 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 84 MID 036 - CID 0312 - FMI 06 Cylinder 12 Transformer Primary short .................................. 84 MID 036 - CID 0313 - FMI 05 Cylinder 13 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 84 MID 036 - CID 0313 - FMI 06 Cylinder 13 Transformer Primary short .................................. 85 MID 036 - CID 0314 - FMI 05 Cylinder 14 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 85

MID 036 - CID 0314 - FMI 06 Cylinder 14 Transformer Primary short .................................. 85 MID 036 - CID 0315 - FMI 05 Cylinder 15 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 86 MID 036 - CID 0315 - FMI 06 Cylinder 15 Transformer Primary short .................................. 86 MID 036 - CID 0316 - FMI 05 Cylinder 16 Transformer Primary open circuit ........................ 87 MID 036 - CID 0316 - FMI 06 Cylinder 16 Transformer Primary short .................................. 87 MID 036 - CID 0323 - FMI 03 Shutdown Lamp short to +batt ................................................................ 87 MID 036 - CID 0324 - FMI 03 Warning Lamp short to +batt .................................................................... 88 MID 036 - CID 0336 - FMI 02 Incorrect ECS Switch inputs .................................................................. 88 MID 036 - CID 0338 - FMI 05 Pre-Lube Relay open circuit ................................................................... 88 MID 036 - CID 0338 - FMI 06 Pre-Lube Relay short to ground ............................................................. 88 MID 036 - CID 0339 - FMI 05 Engine Pre-lube Pressure Switch open circuit ............................... 89 MID 036 - CID 0401 - FMI 05 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 89 MID 036 - CID 0401 - FMI 06 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 90 MID 036 - CID 0402 - FMI 05 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 90 MID 036 - CID 0402 - FMI 06 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 90 MID 036 - CID 0403 - FMI 05 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 91 MID 036 - CID 0403 - FMI 06 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 91 MID 036 - CID 0404 - FMI 05 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 92 MID 036 - CID 0404 - FMI 06 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 92 MID 036 - CID 0405 - FMI 05 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 92 MID 036 - CID 0405 - FMI 06 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 93 MID 036 - CID 0406 - FMI 05 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 93 MID 036 - CID 0406 - FMI 06 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 94 MID 036 - CID 0407 - FMI 05 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 94 MID 036 - CID 0407 - FMI 06 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 95 MID 036 - CID 0408 - FMI 05 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 95 MID 036 - CID 0408 - FMI 06 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 95 MID 036 - CID 0409 - FMI 05 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Secondary open circuit ....................................... 96 MID 036 - CID 0409 - FMI 06 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Secondary short to ground ................................. 96 MID 036 - CID 0410 - FMI 05 Cylinder 10 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................... 96

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MID 036 - CID 0410 - FMI 06 Cylinder 10 Transformer Secondary short to ground ............. 97 MID 036 - CID 0411 - FMI 05 Cylinder 11 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................... 97 MID 036 - CID 0411 - FMI 06 Cylinder 11 Transformer Secondary short to ground ............. 98 MID 036 - CID 0412 - FMI 05 Cylinder 12 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................... 98 MID 036 - CID 0412 - FMI 06 Cylinder 12 Transformer Secondary short to ground ............. 99 MID 036 - CID 0413 - FMI 05 Cylinder 13 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................... 99 MID 036 - CID 0413 - FMI 06 Cylinder 13 Transformer Secondary short to ground ............. 99 MID 036 - CID 0414 - FMI 05 Cylinder 14 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................. 100 MID 036 - CID 0414 - FMI 06 Cylinder 14 Transformer Secondary short to ground ........... 100 MID 036 - CID 0415 - FMI 05 Cylinder 15 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................. 100 MID 036 - CID 0415 - FMI 06 Cylinder 15 Transformer Secondary short to ground ........... 101 MID 036 - CID 0416 - FMI 05 Cylinder 16 Transformer Secondary open circuit ................. 101 MID 036 - CID 0416 - FMI 06 Cylinder 16 Transformer Secondary short to ground ........... 102 MID 036 - CID 0443 - FMI 03 Crank Terminate Relay short to +batt ..................................................... 102 MID 036 - CID 0444 - FMI 05 Start Relay open circuit ................................................................. 102 MID 036 - CID 0444 - FMI 06 Start Relay short to ground ............................................................... 103 MID 036 - CID 0445 - FMI 03 Run Relay short to +batt .................................................................. 103 MID 036 - CID 0524 - FMI 03 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to +batt ........................................ 103 MID 036 - CID 0524 - FMI 04 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to ground ..................................... 104 MID 036 - CID 0525 - FMI 05 Choke Actuator open circuit ................................................................. 104 MID 036 - CID 0525 - FMI 06 Choke Actuator short to ground ........................................................... 104 MID 036 - CID 0526 - FMI 05 Wastegate Valve open .................................................................. 105 MID 036 - CID 0526 - FMI 06 Wastegate Valve short .................................................................. 105 MID 036 - CID 0542 - FMI 03 Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt ............................ 105 MID 036 - CID 0542 - FMI 04 Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure short to ground .................................. 106 MID 036 - CID 1040 - FMI 09 ICSM #1 not communicating on link ...................................... 106 MID 036 - CID 1041 - FMI 09 ICSM #2 not communicating on link ...................................... 106 MID 036 - CID 1501 - FMI 03 Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 107 MID 036 - CID 1501 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 107 MID 036 - CID 1502 - FMI 03 Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 107 MID 036 - CID 1502 - FMI 04 Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 108

MID 036 - CID 1505 - FMI 03 Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 108 MID 036 - CID 1505 - FMI 04 Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 108 MID 036 - CID 1506 - FMI 03 Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 109 MID 036 - CID 1506 - FMI 04 Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 109 MID 036 - CID 1509 - FMI 03 Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 109 MID 036 - CID 1509 - FMI 04 Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 110 MID 036 - CID 1510 - FMI 03 Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 110 MID 036 - CID 1510 - FMI 04 Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 110 MID 036 - CID 1513 - FMI 03 Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 111 MID 036 - CID 1513 - FMI 04 Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 111 MID 036 - CID 1514 - FMI 03 Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt ............................... 111 MID 036 - CID 1514 - FMI 04 Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor short to ground ..................................... 112 MID 036 - CID 1844 - FMI 05 Fuel Actuator open circuit ................................................................. 112 MID 036 - CID 1844 - FMI 06 Fuel Actuator short to ground ............................................................... 112 MID 109 - CID 0253 - FMI 02 Personality Module mismatch ........................................................... 113 MID 109 - CID 0591 - FMI 12 EEPROM checksum fault or ECM not programmed ........................... 113 MID 109 - CID 1040 - FMI 09 ICSM #1 not communicating on link ...................................... 113 MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 02 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal noisy ....................................................... 113 MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 03 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal open/short to +batt ................................. 114 MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal short to ground ....................................... 114 MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 08 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal abnormal signal ...................................... 114 MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 02 All Cylinders Firing Signal noisy ....................................................... 115 MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 03 All Cylinders Firing Signal open/short to +batt ................................. 115 MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 04 All Cylinders Firing Signal short to ground ....................................... 115 MID 109 - CID 1101 - FMI 02 Cylinder #1 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 116 MID 109 - CID 1101 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 116 MID 109 - CID 1103 - FMI 02 Cylinder #3 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 117 MID 109 - CID 1103 - FMI 04 Cylinder #3 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 117 MID 109 - CID 1105 - FMI 02 Cylinder #5 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 117 MID 109 - CID 1105 - FMI 04 Cylinder #5 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 118 MID 109 - CID 1107 - FMI 02 Cylinder #7 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 118

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MID 109 - CID 1107 - FMI 04 Cylinder #7 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 119 MID 109 - CID 1109 - FMI 02 Cylinder #9 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 119 MID 109 - CID 1109 - FMI 04 Cylinder #9 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 119 MID 109 - CID 1111 - FMI 02 Cylinder #11 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 120 MID 109 - CID 1111 - FMI 04 Cylinder #11 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 120 MID 109 - CID 1113 - FMI 02 Cylinder #13 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 120 MID 109 - CID 1113 - FMI 04 Cylinder #13 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 121 MID 109 - CID 1115 - FMI 02 Cylinder #15 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 121 MID 109 - CID 1115 - FMI 04 Cylinder #15 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 122 MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 03 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to +batt .................................. 122 MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 04 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to ground ............................... 122 MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 05 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens open circuit ..................................... 123 MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 03 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to +batt .................................. 123 MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 04 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to ground ............................... 123 MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 05 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens open circuit ..................................... 124 MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 03 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 124 MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 04 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 124 MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 05 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 124 MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 03 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 125 MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 04 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 125 MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 05 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 125 MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 03 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 126 MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 04 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 126 MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 05 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 126 MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 03 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 127 MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 04 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 127 MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 05 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 127 MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 03 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 127 MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 04 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 128 MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 05 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 128

MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 03 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 128 MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 04 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 129 MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 05 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 129 MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 03 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 129 MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 04 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 130 MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 05 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 130 MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 03 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 130 MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 04 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 130 MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 05 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 131 MID 110 - CID 0253 - FMI 02 Personality Module mismatch ........................................................... 131 MID 110 - CID 0591 - FMI 12 EEPROM checksum fault or ECM not programmed ........................... 131 MID 110 - CID 1041 - FMI 09 ICSM #2 not communicating on link ...................................... 132 MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 02 All Cylinders Firing Signal noisy ....................................................... 132 MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 03 All Cylinders Firing Signal open/short to +batt ................................. 132 MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 04 All Cylinders Firing Signal short to ground ....................................... 133 MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 08 All Cylinders Firing Signal abnormal signal ...................................... 133 MID 110 - CID 1102 - FMI 02 Cylinder #2 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 133 MID 110 - CID 1102 - FMI 04 Cylinder #2 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 134 MID 110 - CID 1104 - FMI 02 Cylinder #4 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 134 MID 110 - CID 1104 - FMI 04 Cylinder #4 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 135 MID 110 - CID 1106 - FMI 02 Cylinder #6 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 135 MID 110 - CID 1106 - FMI 04 Cylinder #6 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 135 MID 110 - CID 1108 - FMI 02 Cylinder #8 Combustion Probe noisy ....................................................... 136 MID 110 - CID 1108 - FMI 04 Cylinder #8 Combustion Probe short to ground ....................................... 136 MID 110 - CID 1110 - FMI 02 Cylinder #10 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 136 MID 110 - CID 1110 - FMI 04 Cylinder #10 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 137 MID 110 - CID 1112 - FMI 02 Cylinder #12 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 137 MID 110 - CID 1112 - FMI 04 Cylinder #12 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 138 MID 110 - CID 1114 - FMI 02 Cylinder #14 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 138 MID 110 - CID 1114 - FMI 04 Cylinder #14 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 138

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MID 110 - CID 1116 - FMI 02 Cylinder #16 Combustion Probe noisy ................................... 139 MID 110 - CID 1116 - FMI 04 Cylinder #16 Combustion Probe short to ground ................... 139 MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 03 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to +batt .................................. 139 MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 04 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to ground ............................... 140 MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 05 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens open circuit ..................................... 140 MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 03 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to +batt .................................. 140 MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 04 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to ground ............................... 141 MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 05 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens open circuit ..................................... 141 MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 03 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 141 MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 04 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 142 MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 05 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 142 MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 03 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 142 MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 04 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 142 MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 05 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 143 MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 03 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 143 MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 04 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 143 MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 05 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 144 MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 03 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 144 MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 04 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 144 MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 05 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 145 MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 03 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 145 MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 04 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 145 MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 05 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 145 MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 03 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 146 MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 04 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 146 MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 05 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 146 MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 03 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 147 MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 04 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 147 MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 05 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 147 MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 03 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt ............................... 148 MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 04 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground ............................ 148

MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 05 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit ................................. 148 Troubleshooting with an Event Code Event Codes ...................................................... E004 Engine Overspeed Shutdown .................... E013 High Crankcase Pressure Shutdown ........ E016 High Engine Coolant Temperature Shutdown .......................................................... E017 High Engine Coolant Temperature Warning ............................................................. E019 High Engine Oil Temperature Shutdown ... E020 High Engine Oil Temperature Warning ...... E026 High Inlet Air Temperature Shutdown ........ E027 High Inlet Air Temperature Warning .......... E038 Low Engine Coolant Temperature Warning ............................................................. E040 Low Engine Oil Pressure Shutdown .......... E042 Low System Voltage Shutdown ................. E043 Low System Voltage Warning .................... E050 High System Voltage Warning ................... E096 High Fuel Pressure .................................... E100 Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning ............. E101 High Crankcase Pressure Warning ........... E127 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure Low Warning ............................................................. E128 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure Low Shutdown .......................................................... E129 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure High Warning ............................................................. E130 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure High Shutdown .......................................................... E135 Low Jacket Water Pressure Shutdown ...... E200 Continuous Cylinder Misfire ...................... E201 Cylinder #1 Intermittent Misfire .................. E202 Cylinder #2 Intermittent Misfire .................. E203 Cylinder #3 Intermittent Misfire .................. E204 Cylinder #4 Intermittent Misfire .................. E205 Cylinder #5 Intermittent Misfire .................. E206 Cylinder #6 Intermittent Misfire .................. E207 Cylinder #7 Intermittent Misfire .................. E208 Cylinder #8 Intermittent Misfire .................. E209 Cylinder #9 Intermittent Misfire .................. E210 Cylinder #10 Intermittent Misfire ................ E211 Cylinder #11 Intermittent Misfire ................ E212 Cylinder #12 Intermittent Misfire ................ E213 Cylinder #13 Intermittent Misfire ................ E214 Cylinder #14 Intermittent Misfire ................ E215 Cylinder #15 Intermittent Misfire ................ E216 Cylinder #16 Intermittent Misfire ................ E223 High Gas Temperature .............................. E224 High Jacket Water Inlet Pressure .............. E225 Engine Overcrank ...................................... E226 Driven Equipment Not Ready .................... E229 Fuel Energy Content Setting Low .............. E230 Fuel Energy Content Setting High ............. E231 Fuel Quality Out of Range ......................... E233 Low Engine Pre-Lube Pressure ................ E242 Engine Overload ........................................ E243 High Left Turbo Turbine Outlet Temperature ...................................................... E244 High Right Turbo Turbine Outlet Temperature ...................................................... 149 151 151 151 151 152 152 152 153 153 153 153 154 154 154 154 155 155 155 156 156 156 157 157 157 157 158 158 158 159 159 159 159 160 160 160 160 161 161 161 162 162 162 162 163 163 163 163 164 164

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E245 High Right Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature ...................................................... E246 High Left Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature .. E264 Emergency Stop Activated ........................ E266 Low Hydrax Oil Pressure ........................... E268 Unexpected Engine Shutdown .................. E269 Customer Shutdown Requested ............... E270 Driven Equipment Shutdown Requested .. E337 High Engine Oil to Engine Coolant Diff Temp ................................................................. E401 Cylinder #1 Detonation .............................. E402 Cylinder #2 Detonation .............................. E403 Cylinder #3 Detonation .............................. E404 Cylinder #4 Detonation .............................. E405 Cylinder #5 Detonation .............................. E406 Cylinder #6 Detonation .............................. E407 Cylinder #7 Detonation .............................. E408 Cylinder #8 Detonation .............................. E409 Cylinder #9 Detonation .............................. E410 Cylinder #10 Detonation ............................ E411 Cylinder #11 Detonation ............................ E412 Cylinder #12 Detonation ............................ E413 Cylinder #13 Detonation ............................ E414 Cylinder #14 Detonation ............................ E415 Cylinder #15 Detonation ............................ E416 Cylinder #16 Detonation ............................ E421 Cylinder #1 Detonation Shutdown ............. E422 Cylinder #2 Detonation Shutdown ............. E423 Cylinder #3 Detonation Shutdown ............. E424 Cylinder #4 Detonation Shutdown ............. E425 Cylinder #5 Detonation Shutdown ............. E426 Cylinder #6 Detonation Shutdown ............. E427 Cylinder #7 Detonation Shutdown ............. E428 Cylinder #8 Detonation Shutdown ............. E429 Cylinder #9 Detonation Shutdown ............. E430 Cylinder #10 Detonation Shutdown ........... E431 Cylinder #11 Detonation Shutdown ........... E432 Cylinder #12 Detonation Shutdown ........... E433 Cylinder #13 Detonation Shutdown ........... E434 Cylinder #14 Detonation Shutdown ........... E435 Cylinder #15 Detonation Shutdown ........... E436 Cylinder #16 Detonation Shutdown ........... E601 Cylinder #1 Continuous Misfire ................. E602 Cylinder #2 Continuous Misfire ................. E603 Cylinder #3 Continuous Misfire ................. E604 Cylinder #4 Continuous Misfire ................. E605 Cylinder #5 Continuous Misfire ................. E606 Cylinder #6 Continuous Misfire ................. E607 Cylinder #7 Continuous Misfire ................. E608 Cylinder #8 Continuous Misfire ................. E609 Cylinder #9 Continuous Misfire ................. E610 Cylinder #10 Continuous Misfire ............... E611 Cylinder #11 Continuous Misfire ............... E612 Cylinder #12 Continuous Misfire ............... E613 Cylinder #13 Continuous Misfire ............... E614 Cylinder #14 Continuous Misfire ............... E615 Cylinder #15 Continuous Misfire ............... E616 Cylinder #16 Continuous Misfire ............... E801 Cylinder #1 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E802 Cylinder #2 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E803 Cylinder #3 High Exhaust Port Temp ........

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E804 Cylinder #4 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E805 Cylinder #5 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E806 Cylinder #6 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E807 Cylinder #7 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E808 Cylinder #8 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E809 Cylinder #9 High Exhaust Port Temp ........ E810 Cylinder #10 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E811 Cylinder #11 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E812 Cylinder #12 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E813 Cylinder #13 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E814 Cylinder #14 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E815 Cylinder #15 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E816 Cylinder #16 High Exhaust Port Temp ...... E821 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E822 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E823 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E824 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E825 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E826 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E827 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E828 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E829 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High .. E830 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E831 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E832 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E833 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E834 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E835 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E836 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High ................................................................... E841 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E842 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E843 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E844 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E845 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E846 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E847 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E848 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E849 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low .. E850 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E851 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E852 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E853 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E854 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E855 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... E856 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low ................................................................... Diagnostic Functional Tests

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+5V Sensor Voltage Supply ................................ 200 +8V Sensor Voltage Supply ................................ 212 Air/Fuel Pressure Module ................................... 223 Analog Sensor Signal ......................................... 230 Choke Actuator Solenoid .................................... 240 Combustion Sensor ............................................ 249 Cylinder Firing Pulse ........................................... 256 Desired Speed Input (4 - 20 mA) ........................ 271 Detonation Sensors ............................................ 278 ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control) ...................... 292 ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump) .... 304 ECM Output Circuit (Starting Motor) ................... 317 ECM Status Indicator Output .............................. 327 Electrical Power Supply ...................................... 334 Engine Speed/Timing Sensor ............................. 341 Fuel Actuator Solenoid ....................................... 348 Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit .................. 357 Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs ................................................................. 368 Inspecting Electrical Connectors ........................ 372 Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) ............................................................... 377 Prelubrication System ......................................... 384 PWM Sensor ....................................................... 389 Thermocouple Test ............................................. 403 Wastegate Solenoid ............................................ 413

Index Section
Index ................................................................... 422

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Troubleshooting Section Electronic Troubleshooting


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Governing the Engine


Desired engine speed is determined by the status of the idle/rated switch, the desired speed input (analog voltage or 4 to 20 mA), and parameters that are programmed into the software. Actual engine speed is detected via a signal from the engine speed/timing sensor. Parameters such as idle speed and governor gain can be programmed with ET. The ECM monitors the actual engine speed. The ECM calculates the difference between the actual engine speed and the desired engine speed. The ECM controls the fuel actuator in order to maintain the desired engine speed. If the actual engine speed is less than the desired engine speed, the ECM commands the fuel actuator to move toward the open position in order to increase the fuel flow.

System Overview
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Control System
The following components are included in the control system:

Electronic Control Module (ECM) Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Gas Shutoff Valve (GSOV) Prelube pump Electrohydraulic actuator system Starting system Sensors for monitoring engine operation
The Engine Control Module (ECM) controls most of the functions of the engine. The ECM monitors various inputs from sensors in order to activate relays, solenoids, etc at the appropriate levels. The ECM supports the following five primary functions:

Controlling Ignition
Each cylinder has an ignition transformer. To initiate combustion, the ECM sends a pulse of approximately 108 volts to the primary coil of each ignition transformer at the appropriate time and for the appropriate duration. The transformer increases the voltage which creates a spark across the spark plug electrode. The ECM provides variable ignition timing that is sensitive to detonation. Detonation sensors monitor the engine for excessive detonation. The engine has one detonation sensor for each two adjacent cylinders. The sensors generate data on vibration that is processed by the ECM in order to determine detonation levels. If detonation reaches an unacceptable level, the ECM retards the ignition timing of the affected cylinder or cylinders. If retarding the timing does not limit detonation to an acceptable level, the ECM shuts down the engine. Levels of detonation can be displayed by the Machine Information Display System (MIDS) on the remote control panel. Alternatively, the Cylinder X Detonation Level screen of ET can also be used. The X represents the cylinder number.

Governing the engine Controlling ignition Controlling emissions Start/stop control Monitoring engine operation
The ECM does not have a removable personality module. The software and maps are changed by using ET to flash program a file.

Controlling Emissions
The ECM provides control of the air/fuel mixture for performance and efficiency at low emission levels. The system includes the following components: combustion sensors, an Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) for each bank of cylinders, maps in the ECM, output drivers in the ECM, fuel actuator, air choke actuator, and exhaust bypass actuator (wastegate).

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The desired air/fuel ratio is based on maps that are stored in the ECM. The maps are specific for different applications, engine speeds, and engine loads. The engine load is calculated from the fuel flow. For example, zero fuel flow is zero load and fuel flow of 100 cfm might be the rated load. At loads that are less than 40 percent, the air/fuel ratio is controlled by the air choke actuator which is trimmed by the exhaust port temperatures. Each cylinder exhaust port has a thermocouple that is monitored by an ICSM. The ICSM monitors the actual exhaust port temperatures for one bank of cylinders. The ICSM calculates an average exhaust port temperature for the bank of cylinders. The ECM sends a map of the desired exhaust port temperature to the ICSM. The ICSM calculates the difference between the average exhaust port temperature and the desired exhaust port temperature. The ICSM communicates the information to the ECM. The ECM controls the air choke actuator in order to maintain the desired exhaust temperature. If the average exhaust temperature is too low, the ECM commands the air choke actuator to move toward the closed position in order to richen the air/fuel mixture. Combustion of the richer air/fuel mixture increases the exhaust port temperatures. When the load reaches approximately 40 percent, the air/fuel ratio is controlled by the exhaust bypass actuator which is trimmed by the combustion burn time. Combustion burn time The combustion burn time is measured in each cylinder. Each cylinder has a combustion sensor. The pulse of the ignition starts a timer in the ICSM. The flame travels in the cylinder from the spark plug to the combustion sensor. The ICSM monitors the voltage across the combustion sensor. When the flame reaches the combustion sensor, the ionization that surrounds the sensor changes the voltage. When the ICSM detects the change of the sensors voltage, the ICSM stops the timer. The combustion burn time is a method of measuring the air/fuel ratio. A rich air/fuel mixture provides a faster combustion burn time. A lean air/fuel mixture provides a slower combustion burn time. Each ICSM calculates an average combustion burn time for all of the cylinders in one bank. The ECM sends a map of the desired combustion burn time to the ICSM. The ICSM calculates the difference between the average combustion burn time and the desired combustion burn time. The ICSM sends a fuel correction factor to the ECM. The ECM controls the exhaust bypass actuator in order to maintain the desired combustion burn time.

A command for the desired inlet manifold air pressure is sent from the ECM to the exhaust bypass actuator. The actuator adjusts the inlet manifold air pressure in order to correct the combustion burn time. If the average desired combustion burn time is too fast, the ECM commands the exhaust bypass actuator to move toward the closed position in order to lean the air/fuel mixture. Combustion of the leaner air/fuel mixture reduces the combustion burn time. This is a continuous process during operation at loads that are greater than approximately 40 percent.

Start/Stop Control
The ECM contains the logic and the outputs for control of engine prelubrication, starting, shutdown, and postlube. The customer programmable logic responds to signals from the following components: mode control switch, emergency stop switch, remote start switch, data link, and other inputs. To control the engine at the appropriate times, the ECM provides +Battery voltage to the solenoids that control the prelube pump, the starting motor, and the gas shutoff valve. When the programmable logic determines that the prelubrication function is necessary, the ECM supplies +Battery voltage to the solenoid for the prelube pump. The system is programmed to perform a postlube cycle during engine shutdown in order to ensure that the turbocharger has adequate lubrication during shutdown. When the programmable logic determines that it is necessary to crank the engine, the ECM supplies +Battery voltage to the solenoid for the starting motor. The ECM removes the voltage when the programmable crank terminate speed is reached or when a programmable cycle crank time has expired. The engine has an energize-to-run type of gas shutoff valve. When the programmable logic determines that fuel is required to start the engine or to run the engine, the ECM supplies +Battery voltage to the valves solenoid.

Monitoring Engine Operation


The ECM monitors both the engine operation and the electronic system. Problems with engine operation cause the ECM to generate an event code. The ECM can issue a warning or a shutdown for events. This depends on the severity of the condition.

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For example, a high pressure pump provides hydraulic pressure with oil for the electrohydraulic system. The oil supply is separate from the engine oil. The high pressure oil supply is monitored by a pressure switch. If the pressure drops below an acceptable level, the ECM generates an event code and the ECM shuts down the engine. An ICSM is installed on each side of the engine. Each ICSM monitors the combustion sensors and the thermocouples for the cylinders and the turbocharger on that side of the engine. The ICSM sends signals regarding the parameters to the ECM over the CAT Data Link. If any parameter exceeds the acceptable range, the ECM can initiate a warning or a shutdown. For more information on monitoring of the engine, refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with an Event Code and Systems Operation, Electronic Control System Parameters. Problems with the electronic system such as an open circuit produce a diagnostic code. For more information, refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with a Diagnostic Code.
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Table 1

Color Codes for Wiring Code BK BR BU GN GY OR PK PU RD WH YL Color Black Brown Blue Green Gray Orange Pink Purple Red White Yellow

In addition to the color, the entire length of each wire is stamped with a specific circuit number that is repeated on every 25 mm (1 inch) of the wire. The actual wires are identified on the schematic. For example, a code of J011-RD on the schematic identifies a red wire that is stamped with the circuit number J011. This particular wire is the engine harness wire for the primary signal of the transformer in the number one cylinder. The schematic also identifies the size of the wire. The size or gauge of the wire is called the American Wire Gauge (AWG). Unless the schematic specifies a different size, the wire is 16 AWG.

Electrical Connectors and Functions


SMCS Code: 1408-038

Harness Wire Identification


Caterpillar identifies different wires with eleven different solid colors. Table 1 lists the color codes of the wiring.

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Terminal Box

Illustration 1 Inside of the terminal box (1) 70-pin connectors (J2/P2) for the ECM (2) 70-pin connectors (J1/P1) for the ECM (3) Ground strap (4) Service tool connector (J7) (5) 16 amp circuit breaker (CB1) (6) 6 amp circuit breaker (CB2) (7) 70-pin connector (J3) for the customer or the control panel (8) Ignition wiring for the left side of the engine (9) 70-pin connectors (J6/P6) for the sensors on the left side of the engine (10) 70-pin connectors (J5/P5) for the sensors on the right side of the engine (11) Ignition wiring for the right side of the engine

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(12) 47-pin connector (J4) for the customer or the control panel (13) Wiring for the electrical power

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Illustration 2 Front and bottom of the terminal box

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(9) 70-pin connectors (J6/P6) for the sensors on the left side of the engine (10) 70-pin connectors (J5/P5) for the sensors on the right side of the engine (12) 47-pin connector (J4) for the customer or the control panel (14) Emergency stop button

Sensors
Sensors provide information to the engine control module and the integrated combustion sensing modules. The information is used for monitoring engine operation. The information enables the modules to control the engine as efficiently as possible over a wide range of operating conditions.
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Illustration 3 Front view (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Jacket water outlet pressure sensor Jacket water temperature sensor Unfiltered engine oil pressure sensor Engine oil temperature sensor Filtered engine oil pressure sensor

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Illustration 5

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The inlet manifold air temperature sensor is installed in the inlet air manifold between the two center cylinder heads on the right side of the engine. (9) Inlet manifold air temperature sensor
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Illustration 4 Right side view near the front of the engine (1) (6) (7) (8) Jacket water outlet pressure sensor Detonation sensor Jacket water inlet pressure switch Crankcase pressure sensor

Note: There is one detonation sensor between each pair or cylinders.

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Illustration 6 Right side view near the rear of the engine

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(10) Connector for the electrohydraulic actuators pressure switch (11) Prelube oil pressure switch

Illustration 7 Rear view (12) Fuel temperature sensor (13) Inlet air restriction switch (left) (14) Air/fuel pressure module (15) Inlet air restriction switch (right) (16) Engine speed/timing sensor

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Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM)

Each ICSM calculates an average combustion burn time for all of the cylinders in one bank. The ECM sends a map of the desired combustion burn time to the ICSM. The ICSM calculates the difference between the average combustion burn time and the desired combustion burn time. The ICSM sends a fuel correction factor to the ECM. The ECM controls the exhaust bypass actuator in order to maintain the desired combustion burn time.

Illustration 8 Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM)

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The engine has an Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) for each bank of cylinders. The ICSM monitors exhaust temperature sensors and combustion sensors. The ICSM performs calculations with the data. The ICSM communicates with the ECM via the CAT Data Link. Exhaust temperatures are monitored for each cylinder exhaust port, the inlet of the turbocharger turbine, and the outlet of the turbocharger turbine. At loads that are less than 40 percent, the air/fuel ratio is controlled according to the desired exhaust port temperature. The air choke actuator is trimmed according to the average exhaust port temperatures. The ICSM monitors the actual exhaust port temperatures for one bank of cylinders. The ICSM calculates an average exhaust port temperature for the bank of cylinders. The ECM sends a map of the desired exhaust port temperature to the ICSM. The ICSM calculates the difference between the average exhaust port temperature and the desired exhaust port temperature. The ICSM communicates the information to the ECM. The ECM controls the air choke actuator in order to maintain the desired exhaust temperature. When the load reaches approximately 40 percent, the air/fuel ratio is controlled by the exhaust bypass actuator which is trimmed according to the combustion burn time.
Illustration 9
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(17) Temperature sensor for the cylinder exhaust port (18) Temperature sensor for the exhaust after the turbocharger (19) Temperature sensor for the exhaust before the turbocharger (20) Combustion sensor

Note: For each cylinder, there is one temperature sensor for the exhaust port (17) and one combustion sensor (20). For each turbocharger, there is one temperature sensor for the exhaust after the turbocharger (18) and one temperature sensor for the exhaust before the turbocharger (19).

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Electronic Service Tools


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Caterpillar Electronic Service Tools are designed to help the service technician:

Obtain data. Diagnose problems. Read parameters. Program parameters. Calibrate sensors.
The tools that are listed in Table 2 are required in order to enable a service technician to perform the procedures.

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Table 2

Service Tools Pt. No. N/A Description Personal Computer (PC) Functions This PC configuration is recommended: Intel Pentium II 333 mHz processor 64 megabyte of RAM 4.3 GB hard drive 14X speed CD-ROM drive This PC configuration has the minimum requirements: IBM PC compatible 100 MHz processor 32 megabyte of RAM 10 MB of available hard drive space CD-ROM drive 3.5" 1.44-MB floppy disk drive Windows NT or Windows 95 RS232 port with 16550AF UART VGA monitor or display Single user license for ET If a more recent version of this software is available, the more recent version may be used. Data subscription for all engines The communication adapter is connected between the PC (ET) and the ECM. This cable connects the PC to the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II. This cable connects the PC to the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II. This cable connects the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II to the 7X-1414 Data Link Cable As. The communication adapter is connected between the PC (ET) and the ECM. This cable connects the PC (ET) to the 7X-1701 Communication Adapter. This cable connects the 7X-1701 Communication Adapter to the 7X-1414 Data Link Cable As. This cable connects the service tool connector on the engine mounted terminal box to the 139-4166 Adapter Cable As. This is a breakout cable for use between the jacks and the plugs of the sensors. This tool is used for the removal of pins and sockets from Deutsch connectors and AMP connectors. This tool is used for work with CE electrical connectors. The multimeter is used for the testing and the adjusting of electronic circuits. The probes are used with the multimeter to measure voltage in wiring harnesses without disconnecting the harnesses. The tester is used to test for voltage in circuits, relays, bulbs, wires, and switches.

N/A

Personal Computer (PC)

JERD2124 Version 2001B JERD2129 171-4401 196-0055 160-0141 207-6845 7X-1701 7X-1425 139-4166 7X-1414 8T-8726 151-6320 1U-5804 9U-7330 7X-1710 5P-7277
(1) (2) (3)

Software

Software Communication Adapter II (1) Serial Cable As Serial Cable As


(1)(2)

(2)

Adapter Cable As (1)(3) Communication Adapter Serial Cable As Adapter Cable As Data Link Cable As Adapter Cable As Wire Removal Tool Crimp Tool Digital Multimeter Multimeter Probes Voltage Tester

This item is included in the 171-4400 Communication Adapter Gp. Either the 160-0141 or the 196-0055 cable may be used. Either the 160-0133 or the 207-6845 cable may be used.

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Note: Either the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II or the 7X-1700 Communication Adapter Gp can be used. However, the 7X-1700 Communication Adapter Gp is no longer serviced.

Electronic Technician (ET)


The Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET) is designed to run on a personal computer. ET can display the following information:

Parameters Diagnostic codes Event codes Engine configuration Status of the monitoring system
ET can perform the following functions:

Diagnostic tests Sensor calibration Flash downloading Set parameters Connecting ET with the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II
The battery supplies the communication adapter with 24 VDC. Use the following procedure to connect ET and the communication adapter to the engine. 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position.
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(1) PC (2) 196-0055 Serial Cable or the 160-0141 Serial Cable (3) 171-4401 Communication Adapter II (4) 207-6845 Adapter Cable (5) 7X-1414 Data Link Cable

2. Connect cable (2) to the RS232 serial port of PC (1). 3. Connect cable (2) to communication adapter (3). 4. Connect cable (4) to communication adapter (3). 5. Connect cable (4) to cable (5). 6. Connect cable (5) to the service tool connector of the terminal box. 7. Turn the engine control switch to the ON position. The engine should be OFF. If ET and the communication adapter do not communicate with the ECM, refer to Troubleshooting, Electronic Service Tool Will Not Communicate With ECM.

Connecting ET with the 7X-1701 Communication Adapter


The battery supplies the communication adapter with 24 VDC. Use the following procedure to connect ET and the communication adapter to the engine.

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1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position.

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Engine Monitoring System


SMCS Code: 1901-038 The ECM monitors the operating parameters of the engine. The ECM can initiate a warning or a shutdown if a specific engine parameter exceeds an acceptable range. The default settings for the parameters are programmed at the factory. The status of the parameters can be viewed on the Service/Monitoring System screen of ET. This screen is also used to change the settings. To accommodate unique applications and sites, some parameters may be reprogrammed with ET. The screens of ET provide guidance for changing trip points. Use ET to perform the following activities:

Select the available responses. Program the level for monitoring. Program delay times for each response.
Note: Some parameters are protected by factory passwords. Other parameters can be changed with customer passwords.
Illustration 11 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) PC 7X-1425 Serial Cable 7X-1701 Communication Adapter 139-4166 Adapter Cable 7X-1414 Data Link Cable
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For instructions on using ET, refer to Users Manual, NEHS0679, Caterpillar Electronic Technician. For information on the warnings and shutdowns, refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with an Event Code. For detailed information on system parameters that can be programmed and for recommendations for programming parameters, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Monitoring System. NOTICE Changing the parameters during engine operation can cause the engine to operate erratically. This can cause engine damage. Unless the instructions are different, only change the settings of the parameters when the engine is STOPPED.

2. Connect cable (2) to the RS232 serial port of PC (1). 3. Connect cable (2) to communication adapter (3). 4. Connect cable (4) to communication adapter (3). 5. Connect cable (4) to cable (5). 6. Connect cable (5) to the service tool connector of the terminal box. 7. Turn the engine control switch to the ON position. The engine should be OFF. If ET and the communication adapter do not communicate with the ECM, refer to Troubleshooting, Electronic Service Tool Will Not Communicate With ECM.

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Programming Parameters
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Programming Parameters
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Programmable parameters enable the engine to be configured to meet the requirements of the application. Two types of parameters can be programmed into the ECM: system configuration parameters and monitoring system parameters. The CAT Electronic Technician (ET) is used for viewing the status of parameters and for programming parameters. For more information on parameters, refer to Troubleshooting, Sytem Configuration Parameters and Troubleshooting, Engine Monitoring System.
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Note: Be sure to record the customer passwords. Store the passwords securely. The passwords can have a maximum of eight characters. Alphanumeric characters may be used. The passwords are case sensitive. 3. Enter the password in the Change Parameter Value dialog box and click on the OK button. 4. Highlight the Customer Password #2 parameter. Click on the Change button in the lower right corner of the screen. 5. Enter the password in the Change Parameter Value dialog box and click on the OK button. The passwords are now programmed into the memory of the ECM. Make a copy of Table 3 and record your passwords. Store the passwords securely.
Table 3

Customer Passwords Customer Password #1 Customer Password #2

Customer Passwords
SMCS Code: 1901 Certain monitoring system parameters and system configuration parameters may be protected with customer passwords. Use of the passwords helps to prevent free access to the modification of the parameters. If the customer passwords are not programmed, all of the parameters are unprotected. The customer passwords can be changed, if necessary. The customer passwords or a factory password is needed in order to change the customer passwords. If the customer passwords are forgotten, factory passwords can be acquired from Caterpillar. After the customer passwords are entered, the passwords are required in order to change certain parameters. Once the passwords are entered successfully, the passwords are not requested again until another screen is accessed or the data link is interrupted. This feature is enabled by programming two customer passwords. Use the following procedure to program the passwords. The same procedure is used to change the passwords: 1. Access the Service/Configuration screen of the ET. 2. Highlight the Customer Password #1 parameter. Click on the Change button in the lower right corner of the screen.

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Factory Passwords
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Factory level security passwords are required for clearing certain logged events and for changing certain programmable parameters. Because of the passwords, only authorized personnel can make changes to some of the programmable items in the ECM. When the correct passwords are entered, the changes are programmed into the ECM. Factory passwords are required to program the following shutdowns:

Engine Overspeed High Engine Oil Temperature High Oil Filter Differential Pressure Low Oil Filter Differential High Jacket Water to Engine Oil Temperature
Differential The Enter Factory Passwords ET screen will display the following parameters. To obtain the proper passwords, the information must be given to an authorized Caterpillar dealer:

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Current ECM Serial number of the service tool Serial number of the engine Serial number of the ECM Diagnostic clock

2. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. The ET will not flash if the engine control switch is in the OFF or START position. 3. Select WinFlash from the Utilities menu on the ET. WinFlash will try to detect an ECM.

Total Tattletale Reason


The old interlock code is required to change the interlock code on a used ECM. The passwords are controlled by Caterpillar. The passwords may only be obtained by an authorized Caterpillar dealer. The passwords may only be used for one programming session. After you exit the Enter Factory Passwords ET screen, a different set of passwords will be required before you can program the ECM. Factory passwords are not required for the first hour of operation for a new ECM. After the hour expires, factory passwords are required for some of the programming.
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4. When an ECM has been detected, the ECM Selector window will appear. Select the appropriate ECM and then select OK. The Flash File Selection window will appear. 5. The flash files are located on a disk drive and in a directory. Select the correct disk drive and the directory from Drives and Directories on the ET. A list of flash files will appear. 6. Select the correct file from the list of flash files. Read the Description and the File Info in order to verify that the correct file is selected. Select Open. 7. Select the Begin Flash button in order to program the personality module. When the flash is completed, this message will appear: Flash Completed Successfully. 8. Program the configuration parameters and the monitoring system parameters. The parameters must be programmed in order to ensure proper engine operation. Refer to Troubleshooting, Programming Parameters. 9. Start the engine and check for proper operation. a. If a diagnostic code of 268-02 Check Programmable Parameters is generated, program any parameters that were not in the original software. b. Access the Configuration screen under the Service menu in order to determine the parameters that require programming. Look under the Tattletale column. All of the parameters should have a tattletale of 1 or more. If a parameter has a tattletale of 0, program that parameter.

Flash Programming
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Software is located in the flash memory of the ECM and the Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM). ET can be used to flash new software into the ECM and the ICSM. The flash is accomplished by transferring the data from ET to the module via data link wiring. The Software, JERD2124 or Software, JERD2129 is used.

Flash Programming
If the slowest baud rate of ET is selected, flash programming can last up to 15 minutes. Be sure to set the baud rate to the fastest rate for your PC. To select the baud rate, use the ET Utilities/Preferences. Select the Communications tab and click on Advanced.... Then select the baud rate from the Advanced Communication Settings menu and click the OK button. If a communication error occurs, select a slower baud rate in order to improve the reliability. 1. Connect the ET to the service tool connector.

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WinFlash Error Messages


If you receive any error messages during flash programming, click on the Cancel button in order to stop the process. Access the information about the ECM Summary under the Information menu. Make sure that you are flashing the correct file for your engine.
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Configuration Parameters for G3600 Engines Engine Accel. Rate Desired Speed Input Configuration Governing Governor Type Setting Engine Speed Droop

System Configuration Parameters


SMCS Code: 1901-038 The system configuration parameters must be programmed when the application is installed. Perform this programming before the initial engine start-up. Incorrect programming of parameters may lead to complaints about performance and/or to engine damage. Data from a gas analysis is required for determining the correct settings for the fuel quality and the specific gravity of the gas. The status of the parameters can be viewed on the Configuration screen of ET. If the ECM is replaced, the appropriate parameters must be copied from the old ECM. This can be done with the Copy Configuration feature of ET. Alternatively, the settings can be recorded on paper and then programmed into the new module. Table 4 is a list of the parameters that can be configured for G3600 Engines.
Table 4

Governor Gain Governor Stability Governor Compensation Auxiliary Proportional Governor Gain 1 Auxiliary Integral Governor Gain 1 Auxiliary Derivative Governor Gain 1 Choke Gain Choke Stability Choke Compensation Wastegate Gain Wastegate Stability Wastegate Compensation Start/Stop Control Driven Equipment Delay Time Crank Terminate Speed Engine Purge Cycle Time Engine Cooldown Duration Cycle Crank Time Engine Overcrank Time Engine Speed Drop Time Engine Pre-lube Time Out Period Engine PostLube Time Out Period Monitoring and Protection High Inlet Air Temp Engine Load Set Point

Configuration Parameters for G3600 Engines Information for the ECM Engine Serial Number Equipment ID Customer Password #1 Customer Password #2 Total Tattletale Air/Fuel Ratio Control Fuel Quality Gas Specific Gravity Speed Control Low Idle Speed Minimum Engine High Idle Speed Maximum Engine High Idle Speed
(continued)

For detailed information on the configuration parameters and for recommendations on programming of the parameters, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters. For instructions on using ET, refer to Users Manual, NEHS0679, Caterpillar Electronic Technician.

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NOTICE Changing the parameters during engine operation can cause the engine to operate erratically. This can cause engine damage. Unless the instructions are different, only change the settings of the parameters when the engine is STOPPED.

Verify that the suspect ECM is the cause of the problem. Install a test ECM in place of the suspect ECM. Transfer the software from the suspect ECM to the test ECM. Program all the parameters for the test ECM in order to match the parameters of the suspect ECM. The parameters must match. Refer to the following test steps for details on programming the parameters. If the test ECM resolves the problem, reconnect the suspect ECM. Verify that the problem recurs. If the problem recurs, replace the suspect ECM with the test ECM. Note: If the parameters cannot be read from the suspect ECM, the parameters must be obtained from records or from the factory. Perform the following procedure to replace the ECM. 1. Use the Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement function of the ET. Save the file. You can select Load from ECM. You may also select the Print function in order to obtain a paper copy of the parameter settings. Note: Before you replace an ECM, record all of the logged events.

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Factory Passwords Worksheet


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Note: A mistake in recording this information will result in incorrect passwords.
Table 5

Factory Passwords Worksheet Dealer Code Customers Name Address

Telephone Number Information from the Enter Factory Passwords Screen on ET ET Serial Number Engine Serial Number ECM Serial Number Diagnostic Clock(1) Total Tattletale Reason Code Factory Passwords Factory Password (No. 1) Factory Password (No. 2)
(1)

a. Connect the ET with the communications adapter. Select the ET Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement from the pull-down menu. The ET will load the configuration parameters and the monitoring system parameters of the suspect ECM. b. Select Load from ECM in the lower left corner of the ET screen. Select the suspect ECM and select OK. After the loading is complete, the ET will display this message: The data has been successfully loaded from the ECM. Select OK. c. Select File/Disconnect F8 from the pull-down menu.

Do not obtain this information from the service meter.

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Replacing the ECM


SMCS Code: 1901-038 The Electronic Control Module (ECM) contains no moving parts. Before you replace an ECM, follow the troubleshooting procedures in this manual in order to be sure that replacement of the ECM will correct the problem.

Note: Do not terminate the ET. 2. Replace the ECM. a. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position.

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b. Use a 4 mm Allen wrench to connect the P1 and P2 connectors to the ECM. Tighten the screws to a torque of 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in). 4. Program the configuration parameters and the monitoring system parameters into the replacement ECM. a. Switch circuit breaker (1) to the ON position. b. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. c. Select File/Select ECM from the pull-down menu. d. Select the replacement ECM and click OK. e. Select Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement from the pull-down menu. Click OK on the window.
Illustration 12 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) ECM Connector P2 ECM Connector P1 16 Amp Circuit Breaker Mounting nut Ground Strap
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f. Select Program ECM from the lower left corner of the screen. Select the replacement ECM and click OK. If the correct ECM is shown, select Yes. g. After the loading is complete, a window with the message Programming Conflict Warning will appear. Select OK. h. A window with the message Program ECM Results will appear. Select OK. Note: When you program a new ECM, factory passwords are not required for the first hour of operation. After one hour, factory passwords are required for changing the parameters that are normally protected with factory passwords.
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b. Switch the 16 Amp circuit breaker (1) for the ECM to the OFF position. c. Use a 4 mm Allen wrench to disconnect connectors (P1) and (P2). d. Remove mounting nut (2) in order to disconnect the ground strap (3). Remove the three remaining mounting nuts. Note: Rubber grommets behind the ECM are held in place by the mounting studs. The grommets help to reduce vibration. The grommets may fall when the ECM is removed. Be sure not to lose the grommets. e. Remove the ECM from the terminal box. 3. Install the replacement ECM. a. Use the mounting hardware to install the new ECM. Use a mounting nut to fasten the ground strap for the ECM to the upper left mounting stud. Then install the other three mounting nuts. Check the mounting hardware and the ECM for correct installation. A correctly installed ECM will move slightly on the rubber grommets. If the ECM cannot move slightly on the grommets, check that the washers, spacers, and grommets are positioned correctly.

Replacing the ICSM


SMCS Code: 1901-038 The Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) contains no moving parts. Replacement of the ICSM can consume much time. Before you replace an ICSM, follow the troubleshooting procedures in this manual in order to be sure that replacement of the ICSM will correct the problem. Use the following guidelines to verify that the suspect ICSM is the cause of the problem:

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Install a test ICSM in place of the suspect ICSM. Transfer the software from the suspect ICSM to the test ICSM. Program all the parameters for the test ICSM in order to match the parameters of the suspect ICSM. The parameters must match. Refer to the following steps for details on programming the parameters. If the test ICSM resolves the problem, reconnect the suspect ICSM. Verify that the problem recurs. If the problem recurs, replace the suspect ICSM with the test ICSM. Use the following procedure to replace the ICSM: Note: If the parameters cannot be read from the suspect ICSM, the parameters must be obtained from records or from the factory. 1. Use the Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement function of ET in order to transfer the software from the suspect ICSM. You may also select the Print function in order to obtain a paper copy of the parameter settings. Note: Before you replace an ICSM, record all of the logged events. a. Connect ET with the communications adapter. Select Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement from the pull-down menu. ET will load the configuration parameters and the monitoring parameters from the ECM.
Illustration 14 Illustration 13 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM
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b. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position.

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b. Select Load from ECM in the lower left corner of the screen. Select the suspect ICSM and select OK. After the loading is complete, ET will display this message: The data has been successfully loaded from the ECM. Select OK. c. Select File/Disconnect F8 from the pull-down menu. Note: Do not exit from ET. 2. Replace the ICSM. a. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position.

(1) 20 pin P72 connector (2) 14 pin P73 connector (3) Bolt

c. Disconnect P72 connector (1) and P73 connector (2) from the ICSM. Remove four bolts (3) in order to remove the cover. Note: Rubber grommets for the ICSM are held in place on the mounting studs. The grommets help to reduce vibration. The grommets may fall when the ICSM is removed. Be sure not to lose the grommets. Note: A ground strap is connected with one of the mounting bolts.

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e. Select Service/Copy Configuration/ECM Replacement from the pull-down menu. Click OK on the window. f. Select Program ECM from the lower left corner of the screen. Select the replacement ICSM and click OK. g. After the loading is complete, a window with the message Programming Complete will appear. Select OK. Note: When you program a new ICSM, factory passwords are not required. Also, the ICSM does not require calibration.
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Illustration 15 (4) Connectors for the sensors (5) Mounting bolts (6) Ground strap

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Troubleshooting Data Sheet


SMCS Code: 1901-038 To help troubleshoot a gas engine, complete the information in Table 6. Be sure to include the units of measurement.

d. Disconnect connectors (4) for the sensors from the ICSM. Remove four mounting bolts (5). Detach ground strap (6). 3. Install the replacement ICSM. Orient the 20 pin J72 connector to the upward position. a. Use the mounting hardware to install the new ICSM. Be sure to install ground strap (6). Check the mounting hardware and the ICSM for correct installation. A properly installed ICSM will move slightly on the rubber grommets. If the ICSM cannot move slightly on the grommets, check that the washers and grommets are positioned correctly. b. Connect connectors (4) for the sensors to the ICSM. c. Connect P72 connector (1) and P73 connector (2) to the ICSM. d. Install the cover and four bolts (3). 4. Program the configuration parameters and the monitoring system parameters into the replacement ICSM. a. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. b. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. c. Select File/Select ECM from the pull-down menu of ET. d. Select the Replacement ICSM and click OK.

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Table 6

Data Sheet for Troubleshooting Customer and installation Engine model and driven equipment Engine serial number Service hours Fuel LHV Fuel flow Engine rpm Inlet manifold air pressure Compression ratio Fuel methane number Air flow Percent load Inlet manifold air temperature Brand of oil type of oil Detonation level Actual air/fuel ratio Desired air/fuel ratio Desired burn time left right PPM of CO (7) (8) (7) (8) (7) (8) in out (9) (10) (9) (10) (9) (10) Engine oil temperature (11) (12) (11) (12) (11) (12) Exhaust stack pressure Brand of exhaust analyzer (13) (14) (13) (14) (13) (14) in out (15) (16) (15) (16 (15) (16) Air restriction Application Altitude Fuel rate Fuel Quality setting (LHV) Pressure to the gas regulator

Engine oil pressure

Turbocharger exhaust temperature % O2 (1) (2) (1) (2) (1) (2) in out (3) (4) (3) (4) (3) (4) Jacket water temperature PPM of NOx (5) (6) (5) (6) (5) (6)

Exhaust stack temperature Cylinder exhaust port temperatures Needle valve setting Cylinder burn time Aftercooler water temperature Comments

Report the Service Information


After you have successfully repaired the engine, it is important to provide good information about the repair. The following topics are recommended for your report:

Complaint Include a description of the customers complaint in the report.

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Cause Provide a specific description of the cause of the failure. Include the method that was used in order to diagnose the problem. If diagnostic codes or event codes were generated, include all of the codes and the status of the codes. Indicate your determination of the problem. For example, if you performed a diagnostic functional test, identify the test procedure. For example, a visual inspection revealed abrasion of a wire in a harness. Be specific: dynamometer testing of the engine produced power below specifications at 1800 rpm due to the loss of an ignition transformer. Repair Explain your repair of the problem. For example, you may have installed a new wiring harness. You may have replaced the ignition transformer per instructions from the factory. The providing of complete, accurate information will help Caterpillar to provide better service to you and to the customer.

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Troubleshooting without a Diagnostic Code


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Operator Information
Obtain the following information from the operator:

The occurrence and the time of the occurrence

Symptoms
SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038 Some engine symptoms can be unrelated to the electronic control system. This section is for troubleshooting problems that have symptoms without active diagnostic codes. Conditions such as poor fuel quality or improperly adjusted valves can cause some engine symptoms. For basic troubleshooting of the engine, perform the following steps first in order to diagnose a malfunction. 1. Gather information about the complaint from the operator. 2. Verify that the complaint is not due to normal engine operation. Verify that the complaint is not due to error of the operator. 3. Perform a visual inspection. Inspect the following items:

Determine the conditions for the occurrence. The


conditions will include the engine rpm and the load.

Determine if there are any systems that were


installed by the dealer or the customer that could cause the symptom.

Determine whether any other occurrences


happened in addition to the symptom.

Diagnostic Codes and Event Codes


Examine the following information regarding any codes:

The probable cause of the symptom is correlated


to the code.

The code was generated when the symptom


occurred.

Codes that are repeatedly logged The complaint is not due to normal engine
operation.

Fuel supply Oil level Oil supply Wiring Connectors


4. Check the diagnostic codes and event codes. Repair any active codes. If these inspections do not reveal any problems, identify the probable causes with the procedures in this manual that best describe the symptoms. See Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting With A Diagnostic Code or see Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting With Event Codes. Check each probable cause according to the tests that are recommended. Be sure to check the connectors. This is specially true for problems that are intermittent. See Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Narrow the probable cause. Consider the operator information, the conditions of operation, and the history of the engine.

Other Symptoms
If other occurrences happened in addition to the symptom, investigate the following conditions:

The other occurrences are related to the


symptom.

The symptoms have a probable cause that is


common.
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Air Starting Motor


SMCS Code: 1451-035

Probable Causes
The following conditions can prevent operation of the starting motor:

Engaged barring device Electrical problem Low supply pressure

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Problem with the lubricator Problem with the starting motors control valve Problem with the starting motors relay valve Worn starting motor

Relay Valve
After the starting motors pinion is engaged, the relay valve enables a large volume of supply pressure to enter the air starting motor. Make sure that the relay valve is not stuck. Check for leaks. Check for debris in the supply line to the starting motor. Make sure that the air line is properly connected.

Recommended Repairs
Barring Device
Make sure that the barring device is fully disengaged. Inspect the fittings and the air lines of the interlock for leaks.

Worn Starting Motor


Before you remove the starting motor, turn the crankshaft by hand. Ensure that a mechanical failure inside the engine is not preventing the crankshaft from turning. If the crankshaft will turn by hand, try the starting motor again. If the starting motor does not turn the crankshaft, remove the starting motor. Inspect the starting motor for worn parts. Check the starting motor for worn seals. Plug the starting motors exhaust outlet and attach a source of pressurized air to the inlet. Submerge the starting motor in water for a minimum of 30 seconds. If bubbles rise from the starting motor, replace the seals. If a vane is cracked or if the height of a vane is less than 32 mm (1.25 inch), install new vanes. If any of the rotor bearings are loose or rough, replace the bearings. If the rotors body is scored, try to smooth the body with emery cloth. If the body cannot be smoothed with emery cloth, replace the rotor. If the end plate is scored, use emery cloth to smooth the end plate. If the cylinder is cracked or if the cylinder is scored deeply, replace the cylinder.
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Electrical Problem
There may be a problem with the starting systems electrical circuit. Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Start/Stop Output.

Low Supply Pressure


Determine the cause of the low supply pressure. Inspect the supply lines for leaks and/or obstructions. Make the necessary repairs. Check the compressor for proper operation. If a tank is used for the supply pressure, make sure that the size of the tank is sufficient. Check the pressure in the tank. Check the pressure regulator for proper adjustment.

Lubricator
Check the oil level in the lubricator and adjust the lubricator according to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual. Inspect the fitting of the lubricator to the air line. Make sure that the fitting is tight and free of leaks. Disassemble the lubricator and clean the parts. Inspect the parts for good condition. Replace any parts that are worn or damaged or replace the lubricator.

Crankcase Pressure (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038; 1916

Probable Causes
Plugged crankcase breather Problem with the crankcase ventilation system
(if equipped)

Control Valve
Check the control valves solenoid for proper operation. Replace the solenoid, if necessary.

Plugged port on the crankcase pressure sensor Faulty sensor

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Internal engine problem

Recommended Repairs
Crankcase Breather
A plugged crankcase breather will cause excessive crankcase pressure. Leakage of the crankshaft seal can occur. Sealing of the piston rings can be lost. This will enable crankcase blowby to further increase the crankcase pressure. Clean the crankcase breather according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Engine Crankcase Breather - Clean.

If a problem with a piston is suspected, do not operate the engine. Remove the crankshaft inspection covers in order to inspect the cylinder liner for scoring and scuffing. Use the barring device to move the piston to the uppermost position. Replace the piston rings and the cylinder liner, if necessary.
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Detonation
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Excessive load Misfire Adjustment of needle valves for the precombustion
chamber

Crankcase Ventilation System


Engines that use bio-gas may have a system for ventilation of the crankcase. A problem with the ventilation system can increase the crankcase pressure. Service the ventilation system according to the literature that is provided by the OEM of the system.

High inlet air temperature Incorrect air/fuel ratio Coolant in a cylinder Excessive deposits in the combustion chamber Faulty circuit for the detonation sensor(s)

Plugged Port
The crankcase pressure sensor has a port in order to allow the ambient pressure into the sensor. The port is enclosed under a cap. Remove the cap and inspect the port for obstructions. Clean the port, when possible. Otherwise, replace the sensor.

Faulty Sensor
If you suspect that the crankcase pressure sensor is faulty, replace the sensor with a sensor that is known to be good.

Recommended Repairs
Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Internal Engine Problem


If the piston rings do not seal, blowby will increase the crankcase pressure and the problem will become worse. Performance will deteriorate. The engine will have poor combustion. Deposits will build up on the pistons, the valves, and the cylinder heads. Downward pumping of the pistons against the increased crankcase pressure will further reduce the performance. To determine whether the piston rings leak, measure the crankcase blowby. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Engine Crankcase Blowby- Measure/Record. Sticking of the pistons will also increase the crankcase pressure. If the problem is not resolved, piston seizure will result.

Misfire
If a cylinder is misfiring, the other cylinders can be overloaded. This will cause the other cylinders to detonate. To eliminate the detonation, first eliminate the misfire. Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or is Unstable.

Needle Valves
Misfire can occur in the precombustion chamber if the air/fuel mixture is too lean. If a cylinder is misfiring, the other cylinders can be overloaded. This will cause the other cylinders to detonate.

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Determine whether the adjustment of the needle valves is correct. If the needle valves require adjustment, fully close all of the needle valves. Then open all of the needle valves for four full turns. Operate the engine and use an emissions analyzer to obtain the correct level of exhaust emissions.

Use a borescope to inspect the cylinders. Look for the following conditions:

Deposits on the valve seats Deposits on the valve faces Deposits on the cylinder walls that are above the
upper limit of the piston stroke

Check the Inlet Air Temperature


High inlet air temperature can cause detonation. Check the inlet air temperature. Look for the following event codes:

Signs of internal leaks


Signs of internal leaks include excessive consumption of engine oil, blue smoke, and excessive detonation. If excessive deposits and/or signs of internal leaks are found, investigate the cause of the condition. Make repairs, as needed.

E026 High Inlet Air Temperature Shutdown E027 High Inlet Air Temperature Warning
Refer to Troubleshooting, Inlet Air Temperature (High).

Air/Fuel Ratio
An air/fuel mixture that is too rich will cause detonation. A change in the fuel energy content will change the air/fuel ratio. Obtain a fuel analysis. Enter the data into Caterpillar Software Program, LEKQ6378, Methane Number Program. Use ET to program the correct LHV and specific gravity of the fuel into the ECM. The fuel supply pressure must be adequate and stable. Make sure that the electrohydraulic actuator for the fuel is operating correctly. Verify that the exhaust emissions are correct.

Check the Detonation Sensors


A problem with a detonation sensor or the electrical circuit can cause false indications of detonation. Troubleshoot the detonation sensors. Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation Sensors.
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Driven Equipment
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
The ECM has received a Start Inhibit or a
Shutdown signal.

Coolant in a Cylinder
Under some circumstances, detonation can occur if a water/glycol solution leaks into a precombustion chamber and the coolant is burned. If a water/glycol solution is used, monitor the cylinders exhaust port temperature. If the temperature is higher than the average, inspect the cylinder for evidence of coolant leaks in the precombustion chamber. Note: Significant leaking of any type of coolant will cause the cylinder to misfire.

The circuit for the signal is faulty.

Recommended Repairs
Check the Driven Equipment
Determine whether the driven equipment has generated a Start Inhibit or Shutdown request. Determine the cause for the request. Service the driven equipment according to the recommendations of the OEM of the equipment.

Check for Deposits in the Cylinders


Overfilling of engine oil can lead to deposits. Make sure that the engine oil level is correct. Note: Excessive deposits contribute to guttering of the valves.

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Check the Circuit for the Input


The circuit for the input is routed to the ECM via one of the customer connectors in the terminal box. Either the 70-pin connector (J3) or the 47-pin connector (J4) can be used. Refer to the engines electrical Schematic. Check the wiring between the driven equipment and the ECM for damage and/or corrosion. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Repair the wiring, as needed. Check the resistance of the circuit. The correct resistance of the circuit is 5 ohms or less. If the resistance is greater than 5 ohms, locate the source of the excessive resistance. Make repairs, as needed.
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Electrohydraulic System Oil Pressure (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Incorrect setting of the pressure relief valve Stuck pressure relief valve Insufficient oil pressure Open electrical circuit for the hydraulic oil
pressure switch

ECM Will Not Accept Factory Passwords


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Recommended Repairs
Setting of the Pressure Relief Valve
Check the setting of the pressure relief valve. For instructions, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Pressure Releif Valve Setting. Adjust the pressure relief valve, if necessary.

Probable Causes
One of the following items may not be recorded correctly on the ET:

Check the Pressure Relief Valve


If the pressure relief valve is dirty, the valve can become stuck. If the pressure relief valve is stuck in the open position, the hydraulic oil pressure will be too low. If you suspect that the pressure relief valve is stuck, disassemble the valve and clean the parts. Replace parts, if necessary.

Passwords Serial Numbers Total Tattletale Reason Code

Recommended Repairs
1. Verify that the correct passwords were entered. Check every character in each password. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position for 30 seconds and then retry. 2. Verify that ET is on the Factory Password screen. 3. Verify that the following information from ET has been recorded correctly:

Low Hydraulic Oil Pressure


Check the hydraulic oil level. Observe the oil level in the sight gauge on the tank. If necessary, pour oil into the tank until the oil level is between the ADD and FULL marks on the sight gauge. The hydraulic oil pressure switch must remain closed during engine operation. Use a gauge to check the oil pressure of the electrohydraulic system at the outlet for the hydraulic pump while the engine is cranking. Check the pressure while the engine is at normal operating temperature, when possible. Compare the pressure to the pressure that is described in Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Pressure Releif Valve Setting. If the pressure is too low, inspect the electrohydraulic system for leaks. Inspect the hydraulic pump. Make repairs, as needed.

Serial Number of the engine Serial Number of the ECM Serial Number of the ET Total Tattletale Reason Code

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Open Electrical Circuit


Open Circuit in the Hydraulic Oil Pressure Switch Check for proper operation of the hydraulic oil pressure switch. Disconnect the engine harness from the switch. Apply a known pressure to the electrohydraulic system. While you apply the pressure, use a ohmmeter between terminals A and B on the switch. Observe the status of the switchs contact. If the switch does not function properly, replace the switch. Open Circuit in the Harness for the Hydraulic Oil Pressure Switch Use the following procedure to check the harness. Do not operate the engine during this procedure. 1. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. 2. Disconnect the harness connector from the pressure switch. Use ET to observe the Hydrax Pressure Switch Status. The status of the switch should be Open. 3. Attach a jumper wire between terminals A and B on the harness connector. 4. Use ET to observe the Hydrax Pressure Switch Status. The status of the switch should be Closed. 5. Continue to observe the Hydrax Pressure Switch Status. Wiggle the harness from the harness connector to the ECM. The status of the switch should still be Closed. If the Hydrax Pressure Switch Status momentarily changes to Open, the harness has an intermittent circuit. If there is an intermittent circuit, locate the problem. Make repairs to the harness, when possible. After the harness is repaired, remove the jumper wire from the 3-pin connector. Reconnect the connector. If the harness cannot be repaired, replace the harness.

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Electronic Service Tool Will Not Communicate with ECM or ICSM


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Electrical power supply Electrical connectors or wiring harness Communication adapter and/or cables Personal computer

Recommended Repairs
Electrical Power Supply
Check power to the ECM and/or the ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. Note: If the modules are not receiving battery voltage, the modules will not communicate.

Electrical Connectors
Check the following components:

Battery connections and ground to the ECM


and/or the ICSM and/or the ICSM

Wiring harnesses and the connectors for the ECM Wiring harnesses and the connectors in the
terminal box for the ECM or the ITSM communication adapter

Connections for the personal computer and the


Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Communication Adapter and/or Cables


1. Check the condition of the fuse for the communication adapter. 2. Disconnect the communication adapter and the cables from the service tool connector. Then reconnect the communication adapter.

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If you are using the 7X-1700 Communication Adapter Gp, refer to Special Instruction, SEHS9264, Using the 7X1700 Communication Adapter Group. If you are using the 171-4401 Communication Adapter II, refer to Manual, NEHS0758, Communication Adapter II Users Manual. 3. Verify that battery voltage is present between terminal A and terminal B of the service tool connector. If the communication adapter is not receiving power, the display will be blank.

Recommended Repairs
Check for a Low Coolant Level and/or Coolant Leakage
Note: Low coolant level can be the effect of overheating rather than the cause. Check the coolant level. Run the engine to operating temperature. Inspect the cooling system for leaks. Determine whether the leak occurs before the engine overheats. Add coolant, if necessary. If leaking is found, make the necessary repairs.

Personal Computer
Use the personal computer and the communication adapter with a different known good ECM. If the same problem occurs with a different engine, check the personal computer and the related equipment in order to determine the cause of the problem.
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Check for Aeration of the Coolant


Air can enter the cooling system if the pressure cap is not operating properly. Check the operation of the pressure cap. Replace the pressure cap, if necessary. Install a ball check valve at the outlet of the water pump. Start the engine. Open the ball check valve in order to check for aeration of the coolant. If air bubbles are found in the coolant, determine the source of the air. If the coolant has been changed recently, make sure that the air has been purged from the cooling system. Make sure that the cooling system is properly vented. The supply pressure to the water pump must be sufficient in order to prevent cavitation. Measure the supply pressure at the inlet to the water pump.

Engine Coolant Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Low coolant level and/or coolant leakage Aeration of the coolant Problem with the water pump High ambient temperature and/or high inlet air
temperature

Insufficient flow of air or coolant through the


radiator or heat exchanger

Water Pump
The engine will overheat if the water pump is not operating properly. Measure the coolant pressure at the outlet of the water pump. Make sure that the water pump is in good condition.

Faulty water temperature regulators Faulty coolant temperature sensor and/or circuit Insufficient flow of coolant through the engine Exhaust restriction Excessive load Incorrect air/fuel ratio Combustion gas in the coolant

Check for High Ambient Temperature and/or High Inlet Air Temperature
Determine if the ambient air temperature is within the design specifications for the cooling system. Make sure that the engines exhaust does not heat the radiator or the heat exchanger. Check for high inlet air temperature. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inlet Air Temperature (High).

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Determine the cause of the high air temperature. Make corrections, when possible.

If a buildup of deposits restricts the coolant flow, clean the cooling system. If the flow of coolant through the engine is not sufficient, determine the cause of the obstruction. Make necessary repairs.

Check for Insufficient Flow of Air and Coolant Through the Radiator or Heat Exchanger
Measure the coolant temperature at the inlet for the coolant. Radiator Check the fins of the radiator for obstructions. Check the fan for proper operation. If the radiator fins are obstructed, clean the fins. If the fan does not operate properly, make the necessary repairs. Heat Exchanger Check for sufficient flow and temperature of the cooling water through the heat exchanger. If the flow of cooling water through the heat exchanger is insufficient, determine the location of the obstruction.

Check the Exhaust Restriction


Check the back pressure of the exhaust system. Refer to the engines Technical Marketing Information. If the back pressure exceeds the specifications for the engine, determine the cause of the excessive back pressure. Make the necessary repairs.

Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Air/Fuel Ratio
An air/fuel mixture that is too rich will cause overheating. A change in the fuel energy content will change the air/fuel ratio. Obtain a fuel analysis. The fuel supply pressure must be adequate and stable. Ensure that the electrohydraulic actuator for the fuel is operating correctly. Verify that the exhaust emissions are correct.

Check the Water Temperature Regulators


Check the water temperature regulators for proper operation. Refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Cooling System. Replace the water temperature regulators, if necessary.

Check the Coolant Temperature Sensor and/or the Circuit


Check the reading of the coolant temperature on ET. The temperature should rise steadily as the engine is warmed. Ensure that the temperature is reasonable. If the reading on ET for the coolant temperature is not reasonable, troubleshoot the circuit and the coolant temperature sensor. Refer to Troubleshooting, Analog Sensor Signal.

Check for Combustion Gas in the Coolant


The following conditions can indicate that combustion gas is entering the cooling system:

Steam is escaping from the expansion tank. A cylinder is misfiring. The cylinder temperature is too hot or too cold.
If a leaking precombustion chamber is suspected, operate the engine at a low load. Monitor the exhaust port temperatures and the combustion burn times.

Check the Flow of Coolant Through the Engine


During normal operation, check the inlet pressure of the engine coolant and the outlet pressure of the engine coolant. Measure temperatures and pressures at various points in the cooling system in order to identify possible locations of restrictions.

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When a suspect cylinder is identified, shut down the engine. Inspect the spark plug for moisture and for evidence of deposits from coolant. Remove the combustion sensor and insert a borescope through the opening. Inspect the precombustion chamber for evidence of coolant. If evidence of coolant is found, replace the seals. Refer to the engines Disassembly and Assembly manual.
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Check the operation of the water temperature regulators according to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Cooling System. Replace the water temperature regulators, if necessary.
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Engine Cranks but Will Not Start


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Engine Coolant Temperature (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Slow cranking Cold engine Excessive load Inlet air restriction Problem with the air/fuel mixture Problem with the gas shutoff valve Electrical connectors or power supply No signal from the engine speed/timing sensor Ignition system

Probable Causes
Faulty jacket water heater Faulty coolant temperature sensor and/or circuit Faulty water temperature regulators

Recommended Repairs
Check the Jacket Water Heater
Determine if the jacket water heaters are functioning properly. If the jacket water heaters are not functioning properly, determine the cause of the malfunction of the heaters. Make the necessary repairs.

Recommended Repairs
Slow Cranking
The cranking speed must be sufficient for engine start-up. Inspect the starting system. Make sure that the air supply has sufficient pressure. If the starting motor is suspect, refer to Troubleshooting, Air Starting Motor.

Check the Coolant Temperature Sensor and/or the Circuit


Check the reading of the coolant temperature on ET. The temperature should rise steadily as the engine is warmed. Ensure that the temperature is reasonable. If the reading on ET for the coolant temperature is not reasonable, troubleshoot the circuit and the coolant temperature sensor. Refer to Troubleshooting, Analog Sensor Signal.

Cold Engine
If the engine is too cold, the engine may not start. Refer to Application and Installation, LEKQ7249, Ambient Considerations.

Check the Water Temperature Regulators


The water temperature regulators should not begin to open until jacket water reaches opening temperature for the regulators. Allow the engine to cool and then start the engine. Check the hose at the outlet for the jacket water. If the hose is warm and normal operating temperature is not achieved yet, a regulator may be stuck open. A water temperature regulator that is stuck open can result in piston seizure.

Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Air/Fuel Mixture
The following conditions can cause the engine to malfunction:

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Low fuel pressure High fuel pressure Poor fuel quality Incorrect air/fuel ratio
Make sure that fuel is supplied at a sufficient pressure that is stable. Make sure that the size of the fuel line is sufficient. Inspect the fuel system for leaks. Inspect the fuel filter, the gas pressure regulator, the gas shutoff valve, and the gas shutoff valves solenoid. When possible, interview the operator in order to determine if fuel quality is in question. Try to determine if the source of the fuel was changed. Check the needle valves for the precombustion chambers. If the needle valves are closed, no fuel is supplied to the precombustion chamber. If the needle valves are open too far, the air/fuel mixture will be too rich for combustion. If the adjustment of the needle valves is suspect, fully close all of the valves. Open the needle valves for four full turns. Adjust the needle valves according to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments. Check the position of the air chokes plate. The orientation of the plate is represented by the groove on the end of the shaft for the choke plate. The air choke is fully open for start-up. If the air choke is closed, the air/fuel mixture will be too rich for combustion. During cranking, the fuel actuator begins to open at approximately 50 rpm. The actuator opens for approximately 5 to 10 percent of the full travel. If the actuator opens for more than 30 percent, the fuel pressure is probably too low. Make sure that the actuator and the linkage are operating properly. For information on maintaining the actuator, refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Electrohydraulic Actuator Inspect. For information on troubleshooting the actuator, refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Actuator Solenoid.

Inlet Air Restriction


For optimum operation, replace the air filter elements when the inlet air restriction reaches 2.5 kPa (10 inches of H2O). The maximum allowable inlet air restriction is 3.75 kPa (15 inches of H2O). If the inlet air restriction is excessive, determine the cause of the restriction and correct the condition.

Electrical Connectors or Power Supply


There may be an intermittent interruption of power. Check the wiring harnesses and the connectors. Inspect the connectors in the terminal box. Inspect the battery connections and the ground. Inspect the wiring from the battery to the ECM. Inspect the wires and the power relay. Check the power and ground connections. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. Make sure that the run relay is activated. Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Status Indicator Output.

Engine Speed/Timing Sensor


Make sure that the engine speed/timing sensor and the timing wheel are installed correctly. If the engine speed/timing sensor is suspect, refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Speed/Timing Sensor.

Ignition System
Under certain conditions, condensation forms on the spark plugs after the engine is shut down. The condensation can prevent the engine from restarting. Maintain the spark plug according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Ignition System Spark Plugs - Check - Adjust. Inspect the ignition transformers for loose connections, moisture, short circuits, and open circuits. Inspect the primary wiring and the secondary electrical connections. For information on troubleshooting the ignition system, refer to Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit and Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plug. Make sure that the correct transformers and spark plugs are installed. Inspect the extenders for signs or pin holes and arcing.

Gas Shutoff Valve


During cranking, measure the pressure in the fuel manifold. The gas pressure must be 1 to 10 kPa (0.15 to 1.5 psi). If the pressure is zero, the gas shutoff valve may not be operating properly. Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Gas Shutoff Valve - Inspect.

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Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

For detailed information on detection of misfire and false misfire, refer to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Spark Plug
Under certain conditions, condensation forms on the spark plugs after the engine is shut down. The condensation can cause misfire. A spark plug may require service. Maintain the spark plug according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Ignition System Spark Plug Check/Adjust.

Probable Causes
Cold cylinder Spark plug Check valve Incorrect air/fuel ratio Needle valve Spark plugs extension Ignition transformer Air/fuel pressure module Gas admission valve Precombustion chamber Fuel supply lines for the precombustion chamber Valve lash Cylinder head and related components Incorrect electrical connection or power supply Air inlet restriction Problem with the electrohydraulic system Driven equipment

Check Valve
Passages for the fuel to the precombustion chambers check valve may be blocked by contaminants in the air/fuel mixture. Make sure that the passages are clean. Make sure that the air and the fuel are properly filtered. Combustion may have leaked past the check valves gasket. During operation, check the temperature of the supply tube for the needle valve. If the temperature of the supply tube is higher than average, combustion is probably leaking into the cylinder head. Remove the check valve and inspect the check valve for evidence of combustion on the outside of the check valves body. The check valve may be stuck. The check valve must move freely in order to allow fuel to enter the precombustion chamber. Clean the check valve with a nonflammable solvent that will not leave residue. Replace the check valve, if necessary.

Air/Fuel Ratio
Operate the engine with a different air/fuel mixture in order to determine if the misfiring is affected by the air/fuel ratio. To change the air/fuel ratio, operate the engine in the prechamber calibration mode. Use ET to change the setting of the fuels BTU. If the rate of misfiring changes, use an emissions analyzer and tune the engine according to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Recommended Repairs
Note: If the symptom only occurs under certain operating conditions (high idle, full load, engine operating temperature, etc), test the engine under the conditions. Troubleshooting the symptom under other conditions can give misleading results.

Cold Cylinder
Before you can determine the cause of the cold cylinder, use the display on the control panel in order to locate the cold cylinder. You can view the actual combustion burn times and the exhaust port temperatures of the cylinders.

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Needle Valve
Check the needle valves for the precombustion chambers. If the needle valves are closed, no fuel is supplied to the precombustion chamber. If the needle valves are open too far, the air/fuel mixture will be too rich for combustion. If the adjustment of the needle valves is suspect, fully close all of the needle valves. Open the needle valves for four full turns. Adjust the needle valves according to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments. Make sure that the fuel lines for the needle valves are not clogged. If adjustment of a needle valve does not affect operation, the needle valve may be faulty. Replace the needle valve.

Remove the combustion sensor and use a borescope to view the hole for the spark plug in the precombustion chamber. For a two-piece ignition body / precombustion chamber, the locating pins may be broken. This would allow the precombustion chamber to move and the hole for the spark plug could be misaligned. If this is the case, remove the ignition body and the precombustion chamber in order to make the necessary repairs.

Fuel Supply Lines for the Precombustion Chamber


Inspect the fuel supply lines and the passages between the needle valve and the check valve. Look for signs of debris and carbon buildup. Make sure that the lines and passages are clean. Multiple problems with a check valve for a particular cylinder can be caused by fuel supply lines and passages that are dirty.

Spark Plug Extension


Inspect the outside of the extension for oil and moisture. Look for holes that are burned through the extensions insulator. Inspect the extensions terminals for corrosion.

Valve Lash
Check the valve lash. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Ignition Transformer
Inspect the ignition transformers for loose connections, moisture, short circuits, and open circuits. Inspect the primary wiring and the secondary electrical connections. For information on troubleshooting the ignition system, refer to Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit and Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plug.

Cylinder Head and Related Components


Measure the cylinder compression. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cylinder Pressure - Measure/Record. Inspect the components of the valve train for good condition. Check for signs of damage and/or wear to the valves, cylinder head gasket, etc. Inspect the condition of the camshafts. If a camshaft is replaced, new valve lifters must be installed.

Gas Admission Valve


Check the gas admission valve lash. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Electrical Connection or Power Supply


There may be an intermittent interruption of power. Check the wiring harnesses and the connectors. Inspect the connectors in the terminal box. Inspect the battery connections and the ground. Inspect the wiring from the battery to the ECM. Inspect the wires and the power relay. Check the power and ground connections. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply.

Precombustion Chamber
Inspect the precombustion chamber. For instructions on removal and installation, refer to Disassembly and Assembly, SENR5535, Prechamber Check Valve - Remove and Install. The precombustion chambers gasket and/or the ignition bodys seals may have allowed coolant to enter the precombustion chamber. Inspect the spark plug and the precombustion chamber for evidence of coolant and residue of liquid crystalline material. If the gasket and/or the seals have leaked, clean the sealing surfaces and install a new gasket and seals. Also check for coolant leaks at the bottom of the cylinder head.

Air Inlet Restriction


The maximum allowable air inlet restriction is 3.75 kPa (15 inches of H2O). If the indication is higher than the maximum permissible restriction, clean the filter element or install a new filter element. Check the restriction again. If the restriction remains too high, inspect the air inlet piping for obstructions.

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Electrohydraulic System
Make sure that the hydraulic oil is not contaminated. Make sure that the electrohydraulic actuators are operating properly. During operation at a load that is less than 50 percent, observe the operation of the air choke actuator. During operation at a load that is greater than 50 percent, observe the operation of the wastegate actuator. The governor gain may require adjustment. Refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Governor Adjustment Procedure. If a solenoid for an actuator is suspect, switch the solenoid for another solenoid that is known to be good. Obtain a new solenoid, if necessary. Make sure that the linkage moves freely. If any rod ends are worn, replace the rod ends. If an actuator is suspect, inspect the actuator according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Inspect.

Faulty engine oil pressure sensor

Recommended Repairs
Engine Oil Filter Element
As the engine oil filter elements become plugged, the engine oil filter differential pressure rises. Replace the engine oil filters when the engine oil filter differential pressure reaches 100 kPa (15 psi). If an engine oil filter element is missing or the element is damaged, the unfiltered engine oil will cause low engine oil filter differential pressure. Make sure that elements are installed in the engine oil filter housings. Inspect the engine oil filter elements for good condition. Replace any suspect filter element.

Engine Oil Pressure Sensors


Use the ET to compare the readings for the filtered engine oil pressure and the unfiltered engine oil pressure while the engine is OFF. If the readings are not approximately zero for both of the sensors, there is a problem with a sensor. Replace the sensor.
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Driven Equipment
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine. Variation of the load can cause instability. Make sure that the signal for the engine speed is not corrupted.
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Engine Oil Pressure (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Low engine oil level Incorrect viscosity Contaminated engine oil Faulty oil pressure sensors Improper circulation of the engine oil Worn components

Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure


SMCS Code: 1308-035

Probable Causes
An indication of high engine oil filter differential pressure will be caused by either of the following conditions:

Plugged engine oil filter element Faulty engine oil pressure sensor Cold engine oil
An indication of low engine oil filter differential pressure will be caused by either of the following conditions:

Recommended Repairs
Low Engine Oil Level
Check the oil level. Add oil, as needed.

An engine oil filter element is missing or an


element is damaged.

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Contaminated Engine Oil


Engine oil that is contaminated with another liquid will cause low engine oil pressure. High engine oil level can be an indication of contamination. Obtain an analysis of the engine oil. Determine the reason for contamination of the engine oil and make the necessary repairs. Change the engine oil and the engine oil filter. For the correct engine oil to use, refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Engine Oil.

There is a problem with the engine oil pump.

Check the gears of the engine oil pump for excessive wear. Engine oil pressure is reduced by gears that have too much wear. or a bypass valve is stuck in the open position. Clean the valve. Replace parts, if necessary.

The engine oil pumps pressure regulating valve

The priority valve is stuck in the open position.


Clean the priority valve.

Incorrect Viscosity
Make sure that the engine is supplied with the correct engine oil. For the correct engine oil to use, refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Engine Oil.

Worn Components
Excessive clearance at the crankshaft or camshaft bearings will cause low engine oil pressure. Also, inspect the clearance between the rocker arm shafts and the rocker arms. Check the engine components for excessive clearance. Obtain an analysis of the engine oil. Check the analysis for the level of wear metals in the engine oil.
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Faulty Engine Oil Pressure Sensors


Use ET to compare the readings of the filtered engine oil pressure and the unfiltered engine oil pressure while the engine is OFF. Both readings should be close to zero pressure. If a reading is significantly different from zero, replace the suspect engine oil pressure sensor.

Engine Oil Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Improper Circulation of the Engine Oil


Several factors could cause improper circulation of the engine oil:

Probable Causes
Contaminated engine oil Problem with the engine oil temperature regulators Problem with the engine oil temperature sensor Problem with the circuit for the aftercooler and
engine oil cooler

The engine oil filter is clogged. Replace the


engine oil filter.

An engine oil line or a passage for engine oil is


disconnected or broken.

The engine oil cooler is clogged. Thoroughly


clean the engine oil cooler.

Insufficient flow of coolant or engine oil through


the engine oil cooler

There is a problem with a piston cooling jet.

Breakage, a restriction, or incorrect installation of a piston cooling jet will cause seizure of the piston. oil pump can have a restriction. This restriction will cause cavitation and a loss of engine oil pressure. Check the inlet screen on the suction tube and remove any material that may be restricting engine oil flow.

Mechanical friction

Recommended Repairs
Contaminated Engine Oil
Engine oil that is contaminated with another liquid can cause low engine oil temperature. High engine oil level can be an indication of contamination. Obtain an analysis of the engine oil. Determine the reason for contamination of the engine oil and make the necessary repairs. Change the engine oil and the engine oil filter. For the correct engine oil to use, refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Engine Oil.

The inlet screen of the suction tube for the engine

The suction tube is drawing in air. Check the joints


of the tube for cracks or a damaged O-ring seal.

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Check the Engine Oil Temperature Regulators


Make sure that the engine oil temperature regulators open according to the correct values. Refer to Specifications, RENR5907, Engine Oil Temperature Regulators.

The programmed crank cycle time is insufficient. The gas supply to the engine is insufficient. There is a problem with the relay for the starting
motors solenoid.

The ignition system is not functioning. The quality of the gas does not match the Fuel
Quality parameter.

Check the Engine Oil Temperature Sensor


Check the reading of the engine oil temperature on ET. Compare the reading to a reading from a separate device. The temperature should rise steadily as the engine is warmed. If the reading on ET for the engine oil temperature is not reasonable, replace the engine oil temperature sensor.

Recommended Repairs
Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Check the Cooling System


Make sure that the heat exchanger for the engine oil cooler and the aftercooler is operating properly. The heat exchanger must be properly sized for the ambient conditions. Check the plumbing for obstructions.

Crank Cycle
Note: A maximum of one crank cycle per overcrank is recommended. Make sure that the engine can be cranked for a sufficient amount of time. Use ET to check the Cycle Crank Time and the Overcrank Time parameters. Remember that the purge cycle is par of the total crank cycle. Reprogram the parameters, if necessary. For instructions, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters.

Check the Flow Through the Engine Oil Cooler


Run the engine at normal operating temperature. Determine the pressure differential for the coolant and the engine oil between the inlet and the outlet of the engine oil cooler. For comparative data, refer to the Technical Marketing Information for the engine. If the pressure differential between the inlet and the outlet of the engine oil cooler exceeds the data that is published for the engine, there is an insufficient flow of coolant or engine oil through the engine oil cooler. Clean the engine oil cooler.

Check the Gas Supply to the Engine


Check for low gas pressure. If the gas pressure is low, refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Pressure. If the gas shutoff valve is closed, refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Gas Shutoff Valve - Inspect.

Mechanical Friction
Friction of gears and/or bearings will raise the engine oil temperature. Measure the engine oil temperature at various locations in order to locate the hot spot. Obtain an analysis of the engine oil. Make the necessary repairs.
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Check the Status of the Relay for the Starting Motors Solenoid
Attempt to start the engine while you observe the status of the relay for the starting motors solenoid on the control panels display. If the status of the relay for the starting motors solenoid indicates that the engine should crank but no cranking occurs, troubleshoot the starting circuit. Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Output Circuit (Starting Motor). If the engine should crank and cranking occurs, check the engine rpm.

Engine Overcrank
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Excessive load

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Check the Engine RPM


The ECM must detect a minimum of 50 rpm before the gas and the ignition are supplied to the engine. Monitor the engine speed while you crank the engine. The minimum recommended cranking speed is 80 rpm. The maximum recommended cranking speed is 150 rpm.

Misfire
A cold cylinder will cause the other cylinders to overload. Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

Obtain a Fuel Analysis and Program the Fuel Energy Content


Obtain an analysis of the gas in order to determine the LHV. Program the correct LHV for the Fuel Quality configuration parameter. If the quality of the gas is not consistent, obtain several analyses over a period of time. Program the Fuel Quality configuration parameter to the average value of the LHV.
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Ignition System
Check for active diagnostic codes that relate to the ignition system. If there is at least one active diagnostic code that relates to the ignition system, troubleshoot the diagnostic code.

Check the Fuel Quality


Compare the Low Heat Value (LHV) of the gas supply to the Fuel Quality parameter that is programmed by the customer into the ECM. The ECM uses the setting for start-up and for air/fuel ratio control at low loads. If the LHV of the fuel does not match the Fuel Quality parameter that is programmed into the ECM, program the ECM with the correct setting for the Fuel Quality parameter.
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Engine Overspeed
SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
Slow governor response Low trip point for engine overspeed Binding of the electrohydraulic actuator for the
fuel

Energy of the driven equipment

Engine Overload
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Recommended Repairs
Check for Slow Governor Response

Probable Causes
Driven equipment Misfire The LHV of the gas or the specific gravity of the
gas is significantly different from the value that is programmed.

If an engine overspeed occurs during start-up or when the load is reduced, the governor response may be slow. Observe the Speed Governor Adjustment screen on ET. Look for the engine response to the worst cases for step-loading and unloading. Use Throttle Bump feature of ET in order to disturb steady state engine operation. If the undershoot or the overshoot of the engine speed is excessive, adjust the governors gain. Refer to Systems Operation/Testing and adjusting, Electronic Control System Parameters.

Recommended Repairs
Driven Equipment
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load.

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Check the Trip Point


Note: Do not program the trip point for engine overspeed higher than the maximum ratings of the driven equipment. The trip point or engine overspeed may be too low. Verify that the trip point for the engine overspeed is properly programmed. This parameter requires a factory password in order to change the trip point. Change the trip point to an acceptable speed.

Recommended Repairs
Check the Air Supply Pressure
For a prelube pump that operates with pressurized air, make sure that the air supply pressure is adequate. Inspect the system for leaks.

Check the Lubricator


For a prelube pump that operates with pressurized air, make sure that the lubricator is adequately filled with the correct lubricant.

Check for Binding of the Electrohydraulic Actuator


Slide the electrohydraulic actuators rod in and out while you feel the motion. If the motion is sticky and/or rough, investigate the cause of the binding. Make the necessary repairs. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Recondition.

Check the Exhaust


For a prelube pump that operates with pressurized air, make sure that the exhaust is not restricted.

Check the Engine Oil Supply


Check the engine oil level. Add oil until the oil level is between the ADD and FULL marks on the oil level gauge. Inspect the lubrication system for leaks. If the supply of engine oil is correct, look for leaks in the oil lines for the prelube pump. Make sure that the supply of engine oil is not obstructed. Make repairs, as needed.

Check the Driven Equipment


Determine if the driven equipment has additional inputs of energy that could drive the engine beyond the rated rpm. Make corrections to the installation in order to prevent the overspeed from recurring.
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Check the Power Source for the Prelube Pump


Make sure that the output for the prelube pump is activated. Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump).

Engine Pre-Lube Pressure (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Low air supply pressure Low level of lubricant in the lubricator Restriction of the prelube pumps exhaust Problem with the supply of engine oil Electrical problem Problem with the prelube pumps pressure switch Problem with the pump

Check the Prelube Pumps Pressure Switch


The prelube pumps pressure switch must close before the starting motor relay will be energized. Make sure that the switch operates correctly. Refer to Troubleshooting, Prelubrication System.

Inspect the Prelube Pump


The prelube pump may have a mechanical problem. Inspect the prelube pump. For instructions on removal and disassembly, refer to Disassembly and Assembly, SENR5535.

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Engine Shutdown
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Engine Shutdown (Unexpected)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
The Emergency Stop button is pressed. The circuit for the emergency stop or the normal
stop switch is faulty.

Probable Causes
There is a problem with the Gas Shutoff Valve
(GSOV).

Either switch is activated by excessive vibration.

Incorrect input(s) to the Engine Control Switch


(ECS)

Recommended Repairs
Emergency Stop
Ask the operator if the stop was intentional. Make sure that the reason for the stop has been corrected. Reset the control system. Resume normal operation. If the stop was accidental, reset the control system. Resume normal operation.

There is a problem with the relay for the prelube. There is a problem with the switch for the prelube. There is a problem with the Crank Terminate
relay.

There is a problem with the relay for the starting


motor.

A shutdown has been requested by the driven


equipment.

Check the Circuit for the Stop Switches


Note: The circuit for the normal stop switch and the circuit for the emergency stop switch must remain closed in order for the engine to run. Inspect the wiring between the switches and the connector of the ECM. Look for damage and/or corrosion. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Troubleshoot the engine control switch according to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply.

There is a problem with the Run relay. The Crank Terminate Speed is incorrectly
programmed.

The Cycle Crank Time is incorrectly


programmed.

The Engine Overcrank Time is incorrectly


programmed. excessive.

The delay time for the driven equipment is

Inspect the Stop Switches


Inspect the stop switches for evidence of damage that has been caused by vibration. Disassemble the switches. Inspect the components for looseness, cracks, and abrasion. Use an ohmmeter and toggle the switches in order to check for proper electrical operation. Replace any faulty components.

Recommended Repair
Check the Circuit for the GSOV
Troubleshoot for the following diagnostic codes:

17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction
Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control). Make repairs, as needed.

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Check the Inputs to the ECS


Troubleshoot for the diag336-02 Incorrect ECS Switch inputs diagnostic code. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. Make repairs, as needed.

Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Status Indicator Output. Make repairs, as needed.

Check the Crank Terminate Speed


The Crank Terminate Speed is a parameter that can be configured. The ECM disengages the starting motor when the engine exceeds the programmed Crank Terminate Speed. The default value of 250 rpm should be sufficient for all applications. If the Crank Terminate Speed is too slow, the engine will shut down. Use ET to check the programmed Crank Terminate speed. Use ET to adjust the Crank Terminate Speed, if necessary.

Check the Relay for the Prelube


Troubleshoot for the following diagnostic codes:

338-05 Pre-Lube Relay open circuit 338-06 Pre-Lube Relay short to ground
Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump). Make repairs, as needed.

Check the Cycle Crank Time


The Cycle Crank Time is a parameter that can be configured. This parameter determines the time for engagement of the starting motor and the gas shutoff valve during the crank cycle. If the engine does not start within the programmed Cycle Crank Time, the attempt to start is suspended for an equal Rest cycle. If the Cycle Crank Time is insufficient, the Engine Overcrank Time can elapse before the engine is able to start. Use ET to check the Cycle Crank Time. Use ET to increase the time, if necessary.

Check the Pressure Switch for the Prelube


Troubleshoot for the diag339-05 Engine Pre-Lube Pressure Switch open circuit diagnostic code. Refer to Troubleshooting, Prelubrication System. Make repairs, as needed.

Check the Crank Terminate Relay


Troubleshoot for the diag443-03 Crank Terminate Relay short to +batt diagnostic code. Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Status Indicator Output. Make repairs, as needed.

Check the Engine Overcrank Time


The Engine Overcrank Time is a parameter that can be configured. This parameter determines the length of time for the crank cycle. If the engine does not start within the programmed Engine Overcrank time, the attempt to start is terminated. An diagE225 (3) Engine Overcrank event is generated. If the Cycle Crank Time is insufficient, the Engine Overcrank Time can elapse before the engine is able to start. Use ET to check the Engine Overcrank Time. Use ET to increase the Engine Overcrank Time, if necessary.

Check the Start Relay


Troubleshoot for the following diagnostic codes:

444-05 Start Relay open circuit 444-06 Start Relay short to ground
Refer to Troubleshooting, ECM Output Circuit (Starting Motor). Make repairs, as needed.

Check for a Request for a Shutdown by the Driven Equipment


Determine whether a shutdown for the driven equipment has been requested. Refer to Troubleshooting, Driven Equipment. Make corrections, as needed.

Check the Driven Equipment Delay Time


The Driven Equipment Delay Time is a parameter that can be configured. The ECM provides a switch input for the driven equipment in order to delay engine start-up until the driven equipment is ready. The ECM will not attempt to start the engine until the switch input for the driven equipment closes to ground and the prelubrication (if equipped) is complete.

Check the Run Relay


Troubleshoot for the diag445-03 Run Relay short to +batt diagnostic code.

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An event code is generated if the Driven Equipment Delay Time elapses without closure of the switch input. To disable this feature, program the delay time to zero. If the programmed delay time is too long, the engine may not start. Use ET to check the Driven Equipment Delay Time. Use ET to program the delay time to a reasonable amount of time.
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Engine Starts but Stalls Immediately


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
Fuel supply Electrical connectors or power supply Engine speed/timing sensor Ignition system Excessive load

Engine Shutdown without a Diagnostic Code


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
The battery power to the ECM is lost. There is a problem with the fuel supply.

Recommended Repairs
Fuel Supply
Make sure that fuel is supplied at a sufficient pressure that is stable. Make sure that the size of the fuel line is sufficient. Inspect the fuel system for leaks. The following conditions can cause the engine to malfunction:

Recommended Repairs
Battery Power to the ECM
1. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. 2. Inspect the ground strap and the battery for connections that are loose and/or corroded. 3. Inspect the ECM and the terminal box for proper installation of the connectors. 4. Check the circuit breaker for the ECM in the terminal box.

Low fuel pressure High fuel pressure Poor fuel quality


Make sure that the fuel pressure is correct. When possible, interview the operator in order to determine if fuel quality is in question. Try to determine if the source of the fuel was changed. Inspect the fuel system components: fuel filter, gas pressure regulator, gas shutoff valve, and actuator for the fuel. Verify that the systems components are operating correctly. Replace the fuel filter, if necessary.

Fuel Supply Check the fuel supply pressure. Inspect the fuel lines for foreign objects and for
obstructions that can block the fuel supply.

Make sure that the fuel actuator is operating


properly. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Inspect.

Electrical Connectors or Power Supply


Check the wiring harnesses and the connectors. Inspect the connectors in the terminal box. Inspect the battery connections and the ground. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Inspect the gas shutoff valve according to

Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Gas Shutoff Valve - Inspect.

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Inspect the wiring from the battery to the ECM. Refer to the engines Electrical System Schematic. Inspect the wires and the power relay. Check the power and ground connections to the ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply for more information.

Recommended Repairs
Incorrect Engine Oil Level
Overfilling the crankcase will increase the consumption of engine oil. Make sure that the engine oil level is correct. When the engine crankcase is full, engine oil will be initially consumed at a relatively rapid rate. The rate of consumption is reduced as the engine oil level decreases. A crankcase that is always maintained at the full level will have a faster rate of consumption. If the engine has a system for automatically filling the crankcase with engine oil, check the level for the system. Adjust the system in order to provide engine oil to a level that is less than the full level. Make sure that the supply of engine oil is adequate.

Engine Speed/Timing Sensor


Make sure that the engine speed/timing sensor is installed correctly. Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Speed/Timing Sensor. Make sure that the timing wheel is correctly installed.

Ignition System
Inspect the ignition transformers for loose connections, moisture, short circuits, and open circuits. Inspect the primary wiring and the secondary electrical connections. Make sure that the correct transformers and spark plugs are installed. Inspect the extenders for signs or pin holes and arcing. Maintain the spark plug according to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual.

Extended Operation with Low Loads


Extended operation at low idle or extended operation at a reduced load will cause increased oil consumption and carbon buildup in the cylinders. This will occur if the engine is usually operated at a torque that is significantly below the rated power. The engine can be operated at a low load. However, engine operation at a low load is limited. For information on operation with a low load, refer to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual, Engine Operation.

Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.
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External Leak

Excessive Engine Oil Consumption


SMCS Code: 1300-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
Incorrect engine oil level External leak Internal leak Worn components Extended operation at low loads Excessive crankcase ventilation (bio-gas)

Check for leakage at the seals at each end of the crankshaft. Look for leakage at the gasket for the engine oil pan and all lubrication system connections. Look for any leaking from the crankcase breather. This can be caused by combustion gas leakage around the pistons. A dirty crankcase breather will cause high pressure in the crankcase. A dirty crankcase breather will cause the gaskets and the seals to leak. Measure the crankcase blowby according to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual, Crankcase Blowby - Measure/Record.

Internal Leak
There are several possible ways for engine oil to leak into the combustion chambers:

Leakage between worn valve guides and valve


stems

Worn components or damaged components


(pistons, piston rings, or dirty passages for engine oil)

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Incorrect installation of the compression ring


and/or the intermediate ring

A check valve is stuck in the open position. Incorrect adjustments of the needle valves Deposits in the combustion chamber

Leakage past the seal rings in the turbocharger Overfilling of the crankcase Incorrect dipstick or guide tube
Signs of internal leaks include high consumption of engine oil, blue smoke, and excessive detonation. If the pistons are suspected, check the cylinder compression. Refer to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual, Cylinder Pressure Measure/Record.

Recommended Repairs
Misfire
Although the fuel does not ignite, fuel is still supplied to a cold cylinder. The other cylinders must burn more fuel in order to maintain the load. This increases fuel consumption. Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

Worn Components
Excessively worn engine components and damaged engine components can result from the following conditions:

Air/Fuel Ratio
If the setting for the fuels LHV is too low, the air/fuel ratio will be too rich. Obtain a gas analysis. Enter the data into Caterpillar Software, LEKQ4196, Methane Number Program. Use ET to program the results for the ECM Fuel Quality and Gas Specific gravity parameters. For more information, refer to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters. If the quality of the gas is inconsistent, obtain several analyses over a period of time. Program the Fuel Quality parameter to the average value of the LHV. Adjust the engine operation according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Contaminated engine oil Incorrect fuel system settings Contamination from the inlet air
Inspect the suspect system. Make the necessary repairs.

Check the Crankcase Ventilation (Bio-Gas)


For engines that use bio-gas, the crankcase ventilation may be excessive. This will draw some of the engine oil out of the atmosphere from the crankcase. Reduce the ventilation.
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Fuel System Leaks


Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel. If a leak is found, contact your local provider of gas immediately for assistance.

Exhaust Emission Too High/Fuel Consumption Too High


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Gas Admission Valve Lash


Adjust the gas admission valve lash according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Probable Causes
Misfire Incorrect air/fuel ratio Fuel system leaks Improper gas admission valve lash Check Valve
The check valve may be stuck. The check valve must move freely in order to prevent fuel from continuously entering the precombustion chamber. Inspect the check valve. Clean the check valve with a nonflammable solvent that will not leave residue. Replace the check valve, if necessary.

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Needle Valve
Check the needle valves for the precombustion chambers. If the needle valves are open too far, the air/fuel mixture will be too rich. If the adjustment of the needle valves is suspect, fully close all of the needle valves. Open the needle valves for four full turns. Adjust the needle valves according to Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments. If adjustment of a needle valve does not affect operation, the needle valve may be faulty. Replace the needle valve.

Recommended Repairs
Check for Suspect Thermocouples
Observe the temperatures from the thermocouples after the engine is shut off. When the engine is operating properly, the temperatures from similar locations are reduced at a similar rate. Also, the temperatures from similar locations are comparable. If any discrepancies are found, switch the suspect thermocouple for another thermocouple. If the temperature problem follows the thermocouple, replace the thermocouple. If the temperature problem stays at the original location of the suspect thermocouple, investigate the cause of the high temperature.

Deposits
Deposits that are burned in the combustion chamber will increase the exhaust emissions. An internal leak of engine oil or coolant can be burned with the air and fuel. Inspect the combustion chambers according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cylinders - Inspect. Inspect the spark plug and the precombustion chamber for evidence of coolant and residue of liquid crystalline material. If the gasket and/or the seals have leaked, clean the sealing surfaces and install a new gasket and seals. Also check for coolant leaks at the bottom of the cylinder head. Excessive consumption of engine oil may indicate an internal leak. Inspect the cylinder heads for evidence of leaking engine oil. Inspect the turbocharger. Engine oil that leaks from a turbocharger can mix with the inlet air.
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Gas Admission Valve Lash


Adjust the gas admission valve lash according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Air/Fuel Ratio
An air/fuel mixture that is too rich will increase the exhaust temperature. A change in the fuel energy content will change the air/fuel ratio. If the setting for the fuels LHV is too low, the air/fuel ratio will be too rich. Obtain a gas analysis. Enter the data into Caterpillar Software, LEKQ4196, Methane Number Program. Use ET to program the results for the ECM Fuel Quality and Gas Specific gravity parameters. For more information, refer to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters. If the quality of the gas is inconsistent, obtain several analyses over a period of time. Program the Fuel Quality parameter to the average value of the LHV. Adjust the engine operation according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Exhaust Port Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Problem with a thermocouple Incorrect gas admission valve lash Excessive load Exhaust restriction A buildup of deposits in the cylinder or internal
oil leaks

Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Measure the Exhaust Restriction


Measure the exhaust restriction during engine operation with a load. For data that is specific to the engine, refer to the Technical Marketing Information.

Problem with exhaust valves Missing retainer for a gas admission valve

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Investigate the cause of the exhaust restriction. Perform adjustments and/or make repairs, as needed.

Incorrect gas admission valve lash Low cylinder compression

Check for Deposits in the Cylinder and Check for Internal Oil Leaks
Use a borescope to inspect the cylinders. Look for the following conditions:

Recommended Repairs
Check for Misfire
Operation with a low load can result in low exhaust temperatures. Operate the engine at low idle or near low idle in order to identify a misfire problem. Troubleshoot the cause of the misfire. Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

Deposits on the valve seats Deposits on the valve faces Deposits on the cylinder walls that are above the
upper limit of the piston stroke

Signs of internal oil leaks


Other signs of internal oil leaks include high oil consumption and blue smoke. Note: Excessive deposits contribute to guttering of the valves. If excessive deposits and/or signs of internal oil leaks are found, investigate the cause of the condition. Make repairs, as needed.

Check for Suspect Thermocouples


Observe the temperatures from the thermocouples after the engine is shut off. When the engine is operating properly, the temperatures from similar locations are reduced at a similar rate. Also, the temperatures from similar locations are comparable. If any discrepancies are found, switch the suspect thermocouple for another thermocouple. If the temperature problem follows the thermocouple, replace the thermocouple. If the temperature problem stays at the original location of the suspect thermocouple, investigate the cause for the low temperature.

Check the Exhaust Valves


Measure the suspect cylinder pressure in order to check for problems that are related to the exhaust valves. Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cylinder Pressure - Measure/Record.

Gas Admission Valve Lash


Adjust the gas admission valve lash according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Gas Admission Valve


If the retainer is missing from the gas admission valves support assembly, the air/fuel mixture will be too rich. high exhaust temperatures will result. Make sure that the retainer for the gas admission valves support assembly is installed.
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Check the Cylinder Compression


Measure the cylinder pressures of the suspect bank in order to check for problems that are related to compression. If low compression is found, investigate the cause of the low compression. Make repairs, as needed.

Exhaust Port Temperature (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Misfire Problem with a thermocouple

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Incorrect setting of the gas pressure regulator Problem with a fuel system component

Fuel Energy Content


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Recommended Repairs
Air/Fuel Pressure Module
Use a separate device to measure the fuel pressure. Compare the measured fuel pressure to the fuel pressure on the control panels display. If the control panels display is questionable, switch the air/fuel pressure module with a module that is known to be good. Verify that the problem is solved.

Probable Causes
The LHV of the gas or the specific gravity of the
gas is significantly different from the value that is programmed into the ECM.

Some type of condensation is forming in the gas.

Recommended Repairs
Obtain a Gas Analysis and Program the Fuel Quality Parameter
Obtain a gas analysis. Enter the data into Caterpillar Software, LEKQ4196, Methane Number Program. Use ET to program the results for the ECM Fuel Quality and Gas Specific gravity parameters. For more information, refer to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters. If the quality of the gas is inconsistent, obtain several analyses over a period of time. Program the Fuel Quality parameter to the average value of the LHV. Adjust the engine operation according to Systems operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Fuel Filter
Measure the fuel filters differential pressure according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Fuel System Fuel Filter Differential Pressure - Check. Replace the filter element, if necessary.

Fuel System Leaks


Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel. If a leak is found, contact your local provider of gas immediately for assistance.

Adjust the Gas Pressure Regulator


Make sure that fuel is supplied at a sufficient pressure that is stable. For the correct pressures, refer to Systems Operation, RENR5908, Fuel System. If the gas pressure regulator cannot be adjusted to the correct setting, repair the regulator or replace the regulator.

Check the Equipment that Treats the Gas


Check the equipment that treats the gas before the gas is delivered to the engine. Any kind of condensation in the gas will change the fuel energy content. Make sure that the filter and the dryer for the gas operate properly. Replace parts and repair the equipment, if necessary. Refer to the service literature that is provided by the OEM of the equipment.
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Fuel System
Make sure that the size of the fuel supply line is sufficient. Inspect the fuel system components: fuel supply line, fuel filter, gas pressure regulator, gas shutoff valve, and electrohydraulic actuator for the fuel. Observe the fuel pressure and strike the gas pressure regulator with a soft hammer. If the fuel pressure changes, inspect the internal parts of the regulator for wear. Inspect the diaphragm for leaks. Make sure that the valve moves freely. The valve must seat correctly. Inspect the electrohydraulic actuator for the fuel according to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Inspect.

Fuel Pressure
SMCS Code: 1250-035

Probable Causes
Problem with the air/fuel pressure module Plugged fuel filter Fuel system leaks

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Recommended Repairs
High Ambient Air Temperature
Determine if the ambient air temperature is within the design specifications for the cooling system. Determine the cause of the high air temperature. Make corrections, when possible.

Gas Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Problem with the equipment that treats the gas Problem with the fuel temperature sensor

Coolant Temperature
Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Coolant Temperature (High).

Recommended Repairs
Inspect the Equiment
Check for proper operation of the equipment that treats the gas prior to the engine. Repair the equipment, as needed. Refer to the service information that is provided by the OEM of the equipment.

Lean Operation
If the air/fuel mixture is too lean, compression of the higher volume of air through the turbocharger will increase the temperature. Correct the air/fuel ratio.

Check the Fuel Temperature Sensor


Allow the fuel temperature sensor to cool and remove the sensor. Check the reading for the sensor on the control panels display. If the sensor is OK, the reading on the control panels display and the ambient temperature will be approximately equal. If the reading is not correct, switch the suspect sensor with a sensor that is known to be good. Verify that the problem is solved.
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Check for High Inlet Air Restriction and/or High Altitude


When inlet air pressure is low, the turbocharger works harder in order to achieve the desired inlet manifold pressure. This increases inlet air temperature. Measure the inlet air pressure while the engine is operating under load. For specific data, refer to the Technical Marketing Information for the engine. Inlet Air Restriction

Inlet Air Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Check for plugged air filters. Check for obstructions to the air inlet. Replace the air filters and/or remove the obstruction from the air inlet. High Altitude Make sure that the settings for the engine are correct for the altitude.

Probable Causes
High ambient air temperature High temperature of the coolant for the separate
circuit

Lean operation High inlet air restriction and/or high altitude Faulty inlet air temperature sensor and/or circuit Insufficient flow of cooling water through the
aftercooler

Check the Temperature Sensor and/or the Circuit


Allow the sensor to cool and remove the sensor. Check the reading for the inlet air temperature. If the sensor is OK, the reading and the ambient temperature are approximately equal. If the reading is not correct, switch the sensor with a sensor that is known to be good. Verify that the problem is solved.

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Check for Sufficient Flow of Cooling Water Through the Aftercooler


Check the inlet temperature of the coolant for the aftercooler. Compare the reading to the regulated temperature. If the temperature is OK, check the outlet temperature of the coolant. A high temperature differential indicates an insufficient flow rate. Make sure that the performance of the radiator or the heat exchanger is correct. If there is a high differential between the inlet temperature and the outlet temperature of the coolant for the aftercooler, perform the following procedures:

Electrical Connectors
1. Check the wiring harnesses and the connectors. Inspect the connectors in the terminal box. Inspect the battery connections and the ground. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. 2. Use the control panels display to check for a diag168-02 System Voltage Intermittent diagnostic code. If this diagnostic code is logged, proceed to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. 3. Inspect the wiring from the battery to the ECM. Refer to the engines electrical system Schematic. Inspect the wires and the power relay. Check the power and ground connections to the ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply.

Check the water circuit of the aftercooler for


obstructions.

Make sure that the water temperature regulators


are operating properly.

Circuit Breakers
Check the circuit breaker in the terminal box. The circuit breaker may exceed the trip point due to overheating. Reset the circuit breaker if the circuit breaker is tripped.

Check the water pump for proper operation. Make repairs, if necessary.
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Fuel Supply
Check the fuel lines for the following problems: restrictions, obstructions, collapsed lines, and pinched lines. If problems are found with the fuel lines, repair the lines and/or replace the lines. Check the fuel quality. Any type of condensation in the fuel will affect the quality of the fuel. Obtain a fuel analysis. Make sure that the equipment that treats the fuel is operating correctly. Refer to the service information that is provided by the OEM of the equipment. Inspect the fuel filter. Replace the fuel filter, if necessary. Check the fuel pressure. Refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RNEN5908, Fuel System for the correct pressure values. If the fuel pressure is still low, check the gas pressure regulator. Make sure that the gas shutoff valve is operating correctly. If the gas shutoff valve is suspect, refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Gas Shutoff Valve - Inspect.

Intermittent Engine Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038 Note: Use this procedure only if the engine shuts down completely and the engine must be restarted.

Probable Causes
Active engine shutdown Electrical connectors Circuit breaker Fuel supply Ignition transformer

Recommended Repairs
Active Engine Shutdown
Use the control panels display to check for any active engine shutdowns and/or logged engine shutdowns. Determine the reason for the shutdown. After correcting the problem, cycle the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position for at least 15 seconds before you try to restart the engine.

Ignition Transformer
Check the ignition transformer. Refer to Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit and Troubleshooting, Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs.

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Jacket Water Inlet Pressure (High)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Jacket Water Pressure (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Probable Causes
Low coolant level Insufficient flow of coolant

Probable Causes
There is a problem with the circuit for the pressure
switch at the jacket water pumps inlet.

The pressure at the jacket water pumps inlet is


excessive.

Recommended Repairs
Check the Coolant Level and Inspect the Cooling System for Leaks
Check coolant level. If the coolant level is low, inspect the cooling system for leaks. If the coolant level is low, fill the cooling system. If leaks are found, make the necessary repairs.

Recommended Repairs
Check the Circuit of the Pressure Switch for the Inlet of the Jacket Water Pump
The contact for the switchs terminals A and B is normally open. The contact for the switchs terminals B and C is normally closed. If the pressure at the inlet for the jacket water pump rises to 462 41 kPa (67 6 psi), the contact for the switchs terminals A and B is closed and the contact for terminals B and C is opened. An diagE224 High Jacket Water Inlet Pressure event is generated. If the contacts are abnormally shorted or opened, the event code can be generated. Check the connectors and the wiring for damage or corrosion. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. If a problem with the connectors and/or the wiring is found, make repairs, as needed. Replace parts, if necessary.

Check the Flow of Coolant


Use the ET to observe the pressure at the jacket water outlet with the engine OFF. Then observe the reading during engine operation. If the reading is not reasonable or if the reading is not within specifications, install a pressure gauge near the pressure sensor at the jacket water outlet. Compare the gauge reading with the reading from the ET. If the readings from the comparative gauge do not agree approximately with the ET, troubleshoot the circuit for the pressure sensor at the jacket water outlet. Refer to Troubleshooting, PWM Sensor. If the readings from the comparative gauge agree approximately with the ET, check the following components:

Check the Inlet Pressure of the Jacket Water Pump


Use a gauge to check the pressure at the inlet for the jacket water pump. If the pressure is less than 462 41 kPa (67 6 psi) but the event code diagE224 High Jacket Water Inlet Pressure is occurring, replace the pressure switch. If a pressure of at least 462 41 kPa (67 6 psi) is measured at the inlet for the jacket water, the high pressure may be caused by excessive head pressure. The high pressure could also be caused by obstructions in the coolant passages after the jacket water pump. Inspect the system. Make repairs, as needed.

Check the water temperature regulators for


proper operation.

Check for plugging of the radiator or the heat


exchanger.

Inspect the jacket water pump for damage to the


impeller.

Inspect the jacket water pump for cavitation.


Make the necessary repairs.

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Jacket Water to Engine Oil Differential Temperature (Low)


SMCS Code: 1901-038

Mechanical Noise (Knock) in Engine


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
High engine oil temperature or low engine coolant
temperature

Probable Causes
Driven equipment Cylinder head and related components Connecting rod bearing Gear train Crankshaft and related components Piston Detonation

Faulty temperature sensor(s) Faulty water temperature regulators

Recommended Repairs
Check the Engine Oil Temperature and the Engine Coolant Temperature
Observe the temperature of the engine oil and the engine coolant on the control panels display. If the engine oil temperature is high, refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Temperature (High). If the temperature of the engine coolant is low, refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Coolant Temperature (Low).

Recommended Repairs
Driven Equipment
Inspect the alignment and the balance of the driven equipment. Inspect the coupling. If necessary, disconnect the driven equipment and test the engine.

Check the Temperature Sensors


Use a separate device to measure the temperatures of the engine oil and the engine coolant. Compare the measured temperatures to the readings on the control panels display. If a reading is incorrect, switch the suspect sensor with a sensor that is known to be good. Verify that the problem is solved.

Cylinder Head and Related Components


Inspect the components of the valve train. Check for signs of damage and/or wear to the valves, valve bridges, valve lifters, cylinder head gasket, etc. Inspect the condition of the camshafts. If a camshaft is replaced, new valve lifters must be installed.

Connecting Rod Bearing


Inspect the connecting rod bearings and the crankshafts bearing surfaces. Inspect the engine oil filters for debris from the bearings. Install new parts, if necessary.

Check the Water Temperature Regulators


The water temperature regulators should not begin to open until jacket water reaches opening temperature for the regulators. Allow the engine to cool and then start the engine. Check the tube at the outlet for the jacket water. If the tube is warm and normal operating temperature is not achieved yet, a regulator may be stuck open. Check the water temperature regulators according to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Cooling System. Replace the water temperature regulators, if necessary.

Gear Train
Inspect the condition of the gear train. Inspect the engine oil filters for nonferrous material. Flaking of nonferrous material could indicate worn gear train bearings.

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Crankshaft
Inspect the crankshaft and the related components. Inspect the main bearings and the bearing surfaces on the crankshaft. Make sure that the bearings are in the correct position. Look for worn thrust plates and wear on the crankshaft. Check the bolts of the counterweights. Refer to Specifications, RENR5907, Crankshaft.

Insufficient Lubrication
Inspect the valve train for sufficient lubrication. The passages for the engine oil must be clean.

Cylinder Head and Related Components


Measure the cylinder compression. Refer to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cylinder Pressure - Measure/Record. Inspect the components of the valve train: valves, valve springs, locks, and valve rotators. Inspect the contact surfaces of the rocker arm and valve bridge. Inspect the push rods.

Piston
Make sure that the piston pin is correctly installed. The retaining rings must be secure. Inspect the condition of the pistons according to Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage Operations.

Check for free movement of the valves. If the valves do not move freely, look for these conditions:

Detonation
Check the control panels display for the occurrence of detonation. Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation.
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A valve stem is bent. The camshaft lifters are damaged or the lifters
are worn.

The camshaft is damaged or the camshaft is


worn.

Noise Coming from Cylinder (Noisy Cylinder Head)


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1290-038

A retaining bolt for a rocker shaft is loose or the


bolt is broken. Replace components that are worn and/or damaged. If a camshaft is replaced, new valve lifters must be installed.

Probable Causes
Incorrect bridge and/or valve lash Insufficient lubrication Problem in the cylinder head and/or related components Problem with the bolts for the precombustion
chamber

Bolts for the Precombustion Chamber


Inspect the bolts for the precombustion chamber. Make sure that the bolts are not loose or broken. Replace the bolts, if necessary.
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Poor Coolant Flow


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Recommended Repairs
Valve Bridge and Valve Lash
Check the valve bridge and valve lash according to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Engine Timing Procedures.

Probable Causes
Low coolant level Problem with the water pump Restriction through the aftercooler

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Insufficient flow of coolant Buildup of scale in the cooling system

Scale Buildup
Drain the cooling system. Clean the cooling system. Fill the cooling system with new coolant. Maintain the cooling system properly. For instructions, refer to the engines Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cooling System Coolant (DEAC) Change.
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Recommended Repairs
Check the Coolant Level and Inspect the Cooling System for Leaks
Check coolant level. If the coolant level is low, inspect the cooling system for leaks. If the coolant level is low, fill the cooling system. If leaks are found, make the necessary repairs.

System Voltage
SMCS Code: 1901-038

Water Pump
Remove the water pump for inspection. Refer to Disassembly and Assembly, SENR5535. Repair the water pump, if necessary.

Probable Causes
There is a problem with the electrical system.

Recommended Repairs
Troubleshoot the electrical system. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply.
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Aftercooler
If the flow of coolant through the aftercooler is restricted, clean the aftercooler core.

Check the Flow of Coolant


Use the ET to observe the pressure at the jacket water outlet with the engine OFF. Then observe the reading during engine operation. If the reading is not reasonable or if the reading is not within specifications, install a pressure gauge near the pressure sensor at the jacket water outlet. Compare the gauge reading with the reading from the ET. If the readings from the comparative gauge do not agree approximately with the ET, replace the pressure sensor. If the readings from the comparative gauge agree approximately with the ET, check the following components:

Short Spark Plug Life


SMCS Code: 1555-038

Probable Causes
Faulty spark plug Incorrect spark plug Incorrect air/fuel ratio Incorrect spark plug gap Excessive load Contamination of the air/fuel mixture

Recommended Repairs
Faulty Spark Plug
Inspect the spark plug for wear. Look for evidence of combustion leaks above the gasket. Check the insulator for cracks. If the spark plug is worn and/or damaged, install a new spark plug.

Check the water temperature regulators for


proper operation.

Check for plugging of the radiator or the heat


exchanger.

Inspect the water pump for damage to the


impeller. Make the necessary repairs.

Incorrect Spark Plug


Install the spark plug that is listed in the engines Parts Manual, Ignition Gp - Gas Engine.

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Incorrect Air/Fuel Ratio


Adjust the engine according to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments.

Recommended Repairs
Static Load
Use a barring device in order to determine if the crankshaft can be rotated. If necessary, disconnect the driven equipment and test the engine.

Incorrect Spark Plug Gap


Set the spark plug gap according to Specifications, RENR5907, Gas Engine Ignition.

Accessory Equipment
If the engine is driving accessory equipment such as an air compressor, determine whether the accessory equipment is preventing the crankshaft from rotating. Use a barring device in order to determine if the crankshaft can be rotated. If necessary, disconnect the accessory equipment and test the engine.

Excessive Load
Higher loads reduce the service life of spark plugs. Determine whether the engine has been operating beyond the recommended rated load.

Contamination of the Air/Fuel Mixture


Make sure that the equipment that treats the fuel prior to the engine is operating properly. Refer to the service information that is provided by the OEM of the equipment. Make sure that the air and the fuel are properly filtered. There must be no leaks that allow contamination to enter the systems. If a turbocharger is leaking engine oil, the engine oil can contaminate the inlet air. Inspect the turbocharger for leaks.
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Slow Starting Motor or Problem with the Starting Motor


Refer to Troubleshooting, Air Starting Motor.

Internal Engine Problem


Remove the spark plugs and inspect the cylinders for fluid. If fluid is found in the cylinder, determine the cause of the leak and make the necessary repairs. If the crankshaft will not rotate, the engine must be disassembled in order to check for these types of internal problems:

Starting Motor Runs, Pinion Engages But Does Not Turn the Flywheel
SMCS Code: 1451-038; 1453-038

Contact of the valves and the pistons Piston seizure Bearing seizure Damage to the crankshaft
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Probable Causes
Static load Accessory equipment Slow starting motor Problem with the starting motor Internal engine problem

Too Much Vibration


SMCS Code: 1000-038; 1901-038

Probable Causes
Misfire, rough operation, or instability Driven equipment Engine mounts or isolators Vibration damper

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Recommended Repairs
Misfire or Rough Operation
Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

Excessive Load
Make sure that the load is not excessive. Reduce the load. If necessary, disengage the driven equipment and test the engine.

Driven Equipment
Inspect the mounting bolts for the driven equipment. Inspect the alignment and the balance of the driven equipment. Inspect the coupling. If necessary, disconnect the driven equipment and test the engine.

Check for Event Codes for High Inlet Manifold Air Temperature
Use the control panels display to check for the following event codes:

E026 (3) High Inlet Air Temperature (shutdown) E027 (1) High Inlet Air Temperature (warning)

Engine Mounts or Isolators


Inspect the condition of the engine mounts. Look for proper installation. Make sure that the bolts are secure. Make sure that the isolators are in good condition.

If one or more of the codes is active, refer to Troubleshooting, Inlet Air Temperature (High).

Air/Fuel Ratio
An air/fuel mixture that is too rich will increase the exhaust temperature. A change in the fuel energy content will change the air/fuel ratio. Obtain a fuel analysis. The fuel supply pressure must be adequate and stable. Adjust the engine according to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, BTU and Precombustion Chamber Adjustments. Verify that the exhaust emissions are correct.

Vibration Damper
Inspect the vibration damper for damage. Look for evidence of overheating and leaks. Make sure that the vibration damper is fastened securely.
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Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High)


SMCS Code: 1052-038

Measure the Exhaust Restriction

Probable Causes
Low load Excessive load High inlet manifold temperature Incorrect air/fuel ratio Exhaust restriction Problem with a valve

Measure the exhaust restriction during engine operation with a load. For data that is specific to the engine, refer to the Technical Marketing Information. Investigate the cause of the exhaust restriction. Perform adjustments and/or make repairs, as needed.

Problem with a Valve


Make sure that the inlet valves, the exhaust valves, and the gas admission valves are in good condition. Check the cylinder compression. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Cylinder Pressure - Measure/Record.

Recommended Repairs
Low Load
At loads that are less than 50 percent, the inlet air is controlled by the air choke actuator. If the air/fuel mixture is too lean, compression of the higher volume of air through the turbocharger will increase the temperature. Correct the air/fuel ratio.

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Troubleshooting with a Diagnostic Code


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Table 7

Failure Mode Identifiers FMI 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description of Failure Data valid but above normal operating range Data valid but below normal operating range Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect Voltage above normal or shorted high Voltage below normal or shorted low Current below normal or open circuit Current above normal or grounded circuit Mechanical system not responding properly Abnormal frequency, pulse, or period Abnormal update Abnormal rate of change Failure mode not identifiable Bad device or component Out of calibration Not used Not used Parameter not available Module not responding Sensor supply fault Condition not met Not used

Diagnostic Codes
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Diagnostic codes alert the operator that a problem in the electronic system has been detected. Diagnostic codes also indicate the nature of the problem to the service technician. Diagnostic codes may be viewed on a personal computer that has ET software. Diagnostic codes consist of the module identifier (MID), the component identifier (CID), and the failure mode identifier (FMI). Module Identifier (MID) The MID is a code with two or three digits that indicates the electronic module which generated the diagnostic code. The MID for the ECM is 36. The MID for the Integrated Temperature Sensing Module (ITSM) is 111. Some electronic displays do not display the MID because the module which generates the code is obvious. Component Identifier (CID) The CID is a number with three or four digits. The CID indicates the component that generated the code. For example, the CID number 0017 identifies the fuel shutoff valve. Failure Mode Identifier (FMI) The FMI is a two digit code that indicates the type of failure. Table 7 is a list of the failure mode identifiers that are adapted from the SAE J1587 standard.

Note: Do not confuse diagnostic codes with event codes. For information on event codes, see Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with an Event Code. Illustration 16 represents the operating range of an oil temperature sensor. The diagram is a reference. Do not use the diagram to troubleshoot the oil temperature sensor.

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This information is a valuable indicator for troubleshooting intermittent problems. Any logged diagnostic codes will automatically be deleted if no additional occurrences are recorded in 100 hours. Some diagnostic codes may be easily triggered. Some diagnostic codes may log occurrences that did not result in complaints. The most likely cause of an intermittent problem is a faulty connection or damaged wiring. The next likely cause is a component failure. The least likely cause is the failure of the ECM. Diagnostic codes that are logged repeatedly may indicate a problem that needs special investigation. Note: Always clear logged diagnostic codes after investigating and correcting the problem which generated the code.
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Illustration 16 Typical operating range of an oil temperature sensor

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MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

(1) In these areas, the output voltage of the sensor is too high or too low. The output is outside of the normal range. The electronic problem will generate a diagnostic code. (2) In this area, the oil temperature above 102 C (216 F) is higher than normal. The output voltage of the sensor will generate an event code for a warning, a derating, or a shutdown for high oil temperature. The sensor does not have an electronic problem. (3) This area represents the normal operating temperature for the engine oil. The normal output voltage of the sensor is between 0.2 and 4.1 volts.

The ECM output to the fuel control relay is OFF. When no electrical load is provided, a resistor in
the fuel shutoff valve rises to the +Battery side. Note: This code cannot be detected by the ECM when the output for the fuel control relay is ON. The output is normally ON when the engine control switch is in the START position and the engine RPM is greater than zero. System Response: No fuel is provided to the engine. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will not start due to the lack of fuel. Troubleshooting: The most likely cause is one of the following conditions:

Active Diagnostic Codes


An active diagnostic code represents a problem with the electronic control system. Correct the problem as soon as possible. When an active diagnostic code is generated, the Active Alarm indicator (Engine Control Alarm Status on ET) is activated in order to alert the operator. If the condition that generated the code is momentary, the message disappears from the list of active diagnostic codes. The diagnostic code becomes logged.

Logged Diagnostic Codes


When the ECM generates a diagnostic code the ECM logs the code in permanent memory. The ECM has an internal diagnostic clock. The ECM will record the following information when a code is generated:

An open circuit in the harness or in the fuel


control relay

The hour of the first occurrence of the code The hour of the last occurrence of the code The number of occurrences of the code

A short circuit to the +Battery in the harness or


in the fuel control relay Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control)

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Results:

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OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The driver in the ECM for the gas shutoff valve is OFF but the engine still runs. System Response: The ECM will disable the ignition system and the gas shutoff valve in order to shut down the engine. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control) Results:

MID 036 - CID 0017 - FMI 06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The output for the fuel control relay is ON. The ECM detects excessive current on the output
for the fuel control relay. Note: This condition cannot be detected by the ECM when the output for the fuel control relay is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position. System Response: The ECM will continue attempting to energize the relay. The engine may shut down due to a lack of fuel. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will not start due to the lack of fuel. Troubleshooting: The condition is probably caused by a short circuit in the harness or by an internal short circuit in the fuel control relay. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control) Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0041 - FMI 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage supply from the ECM to one of the following sensors has exceeded the normal range.

Detonation sensors Sensor for inlet manifold air pressure Sensor for engine coolant pressure
System Response: Default values are assumed for the inputs to the ECM from all of the 8 volt analog sensors. All of the diagnostic codes for the 8 volt analog sensors to the ECM are disabled while this code is active. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: +8V Sensor Voltage Supply Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0094 - FMI 03 Fuel Pressure open/short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle is higher than the maximum limit and the frequency is lower than the minimum limit for the fuel side of the air/fuel pressure module.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Because the ECM is unable to calculate the fuel flow, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Air/Fuel Pressure Module Results:

MID 036 - CID 0041 - FMI 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage supply from the ECM to one of the following sensors is below the normal range.

Detonation sensors Sensor for inlet manifold air pressure Sensor for engine coolant pressure
System Response: Default values are assumed for the inputs to the ECM from all of the 8 volt analog sensors. All of the diagnostic codes for the 8 volt analog sensors to the ECM are disabled while this code is active. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled,the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: +8V Sensor Voltage Supply Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0094 - FMI 08 Fuel Pressure Noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle or the frequency for the fuels side of the air/fuel pressure module is higher than the maximum limit. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Because the ECM is unable to calculate the fuel flow, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Air/Fuel Pressure Module

OK STOP.

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Results:

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OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0100 - FMI 04 Engine Oil Pressure short to ground
SMCS Code: 1924-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the filtered oil pressure sensor to the ECM is less than 0.2 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

MID 036 - CID 0100 - FMI 03 Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1924-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the filtered oil pressure sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the engine oil pressure. The monitoring of the oil pressure is disabled. This disables the engine protection for low oil pressure and excessive oil pressure. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the engine oil pressure. The monitoring of the oil pressure is disabled. This disables the engine protection for low oil pressure and excessive oil pressure. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: This condition indicates an open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0101 - FMI 03 Crankcase Pressure open/short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1916-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the crankcase pressure sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.5 VDC for at least five seconds.

OK STOP.

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Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the crankcase pressure. The monitoring of the crankcase pressure is disabled. This disables the engine protection for high crankcase pressure. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the crankcase pressure. The monitoring of the crankcase pressure is disabled. This disables the engine protection for high crankcase pressure. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: This condition indicates either an open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0106 - FMI 03 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle for the inlet manifold air pressure is greater than the maximum possible value for more than 2.67 ms during a 1.5 second interval. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0101 - FMI 04 Crankcase Pressure short to ground


SMCS Code: 1916-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

41 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 41 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground


System Response:

The signal from the crankcase pressure sensor to the ECM is less than 0.5 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt Troubleshooting: This condition indicates the possibility of an open circuit or a short circuit. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Air/Fuel Pressure Module

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground

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Results:

System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.


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OK STOP.

Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not affected. Troubleshooting: The condition indicates a possible open circuit or a short circuit. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: PWM Sensor Results:

MID 036 - CID 0106 - FMI 08 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor noisy signal
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle or the frequency of the signal for the inlet manifold air pressure is out of range. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Air/Fuel Pressure Module Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0109 - FMI 08 Engine Coolant Outlet Pressure Sensor noisy signal
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle or the frequency of the signal from the pressure sensor for the outlet of the engine coolant is out of range. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0109 - FMI 03 Coolant Outlet Pressure open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The duty cycle of the pressure sensor for the outlet of the engine coolant is greater than the maximum limit. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

41 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 41 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground


System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: PWM Sensor Results:

41 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 41 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground

OK STOP.

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System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the engine coolant temperature. The monitoring of the coolant temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for low coolant temperature and high coolant temperature. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

MID 036 - CID 0110 - FMI 03 Engine Coolant Temperature open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1906-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the engine coolant temperature sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for at least five seconds. System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for engine coolant temperature. The monitoring of the coolant temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for low coolant temperature and high coolant temperature. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since the engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: This condition indicates the possibility of an open circuit or a short circuit. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0168 FMI 02 System Voltage intermittent/erratic


SMCS Code: 1401-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered for at least 5 seconds. The engine is running. Either of the two following conditions occur:

OK STOP.
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The battery voltage is less than 6 VDC for a


minimum of 0.060 seconds. The voltage returns to the normal range within 0.015 seconds.

MID 036 - CID 0110 - FMI 04 Engine Coolant Temperature short to ground
SMCS Code: 1906-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the engine coolant temperature sensor to the ECM is less than 0.2 VDC for at least five seconds.

There are three voltage readings of less than 6


VDC within 7 seconds. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Note: If battery voltage is lost and the voltage does not return, the ECM will not log this diagnostic code. The engine will shut down. Possible Performance Effect: The intermittent problem may not affect engine operation. However, the engine may experience speed burps, intermittent shutdowns, and/or complete shutdowns.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Electrial Power Supply Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0172 - FMI 04 Intake Manifold Air Temp short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:
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OK STOP.

MID 036 - CID 0172 - FMI 03 Intake Manifold Air Temp open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered for at least five seconds. The signal from the inlet manifold temperature sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

The signal from the inlet manifold temperature sensor to the ECM is less than 0.2 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the inlet manifold air temperature. The monitoring of the inlet manifold air temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for high inlet manifold air temperature. The air/fuel ratio control cannot compensate for the inlet air temperature. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt ground

262 -04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to


System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the inlet manifold air temperature. The monitoring of the inlet manifold air temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for high inlet manifold air temperature. The air/fuel ratio control cannot compensate for the inlet air temperature. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: The condition indicates a possible open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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MID 036 - CID 0174 - FMI 03 Fuel Temperature open/short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the fuel temperature sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.5 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the fuel temperature. The monitoring of the inlet manifold air temperature is disabled. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the fuel temperature. The monitoring of the fuel temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for high fuel temperature. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: This condition indicates either an open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0175 - FMI 03 Engine Oil Temperature open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the engine oil temperature sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
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262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

MID 036 - CID 0174 - FMI 04 Fuel Temperature short to ground


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the fuel temperature sensor to the ECM is less than 0.5 VDC.

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground

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System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the engine oil temperature. The monitoring of the engine oil temperature is disabled. Also, the monitoring for high to engine oil to engine coolant differential temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for both parameters. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: The condition indicates a possible open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for the engine oil temperature. The monitoring of the engine oil temperature is disabled. Also, the monitoring for high engine oil to engine coolant differential temperature is disabled. This disables the engine protection for both parameters. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP. OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0190 - FMI 02 Loss of Engine Speed signal


SMCS Code: 1912-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crankshaft is rotating faster than the cranking speed and the signal from the engine speed/timing sensor is lost for at least one second. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: If the engine is not running, the engine will not start. If the engine is running, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Engine Speed/Timing Sensor Results:

MID 036 - CID 0175 - FMI 04 Engine Oil Temperature short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the engine oil temperature sensor to the ECM is less than 0.2 VDC for at least five seconds. Additionally, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground

OK STOP.

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System Response: All of the inputs to the ECM for the 5 volt analog sensors assume default values. All other diagnostic codes for the 5 volt analog sensors are disabled while this diagnostic code is active. The Status screen of ET indicates a Sensor Supply Fault for each sensor. This indicates that the sensors are not operating due to an active diagnostic code. The shutdown indicator is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Since engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: +5V Sensor Voltage Supply Results:

MID 036 - CID 0190 - FMI 08 Engine Speed signal abnormal


SMCS Code: 1912-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crankshaft is rotating faster than the cranking speed. The signal from the engine speed/timing sensor is lost but the signal returns within one second. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: If the engine is not running, the engine will not start. If the engine is running, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Engine Speed/Timing Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0262 - FMI 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to ground
SMCS Code: 1408-038-NS Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM supply voltage of the sensors for the following parameters is less than the normal level:

MID 036 - CID 0262 - FMI 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1408-038-NS Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM supply voltage of the sensors for the following parameters is exceeding the normal level:

Inlet manifold air temperature Engine oil temperature Filtered engine oil pressure Unfiltered engine oil pressure
System Response: All of the inputs to the ECM for the 5 volt analog sensors assume default values. All other diagnostic codes for the 5 volt analog sensors are disabled while this diagnostic code is active. The Status screen of ET indicates a Sensor Supply Fault for each sensor. This indicates that the sensors are not operating due to an active diagnostic code. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged.

Inlet manifold air temperature Engine oil temperature Filtered engine oil pressure Unfiltered engine oil pressure

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Possible Performance Effect: Since engine protection is disabled, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: The condition indicates a possible short circuit to ground or a short circuit between the sensor supply and the return. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: +5V Sensor Voltage Supply Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0301 - FMI 06 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0301 - FMI 05 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting:

The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the transformer An internal failure of the ECM
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

MID 036 - CID 0302 - FMI 05 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

Results:

OK STOP.
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A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

MID 036 - CID 0303 - FMI 05 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0302 - FMI 06 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

MID 036 - CID 0303 - FMI 06 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit

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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

The cylinder will misfire.

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

MID 036 - CID 0304 - FMI 06 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0304 - FMI 05 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

The cylinder will misfire.

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0305 - FMI 05 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the

transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

MID 036 - CID 0306 - FMI 05 Cyinder 6 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0305 - FMI 06 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit

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Results:

System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.


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OK STOP.

Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0306 - FMI 06 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

MID 036 - CID 0307 - FMI 06 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response:

OK STOP.
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The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0307 - FMI 05 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit.

The wiring from the circuit driver for the

transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer.

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There is an internal failure of the ECM.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0308 - FMI 06 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0308 - FMI 05 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

OK STOP.
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An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

MID 036 - CID 0309 - FMI 05 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

Results:

OK STOP.
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A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

MID 036 - CID 0310 - FMI 05 Cylinder 10 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0309 - FMI 06 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer


The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

An internal failure of the ECM


Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit

MID 036 - CID 0310 - FMI 06 Cylinder 10 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit.

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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

The cylinder will misfire.

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

MID 036 - CID 0311 - FMI 06 Cylinder 11 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0311 - FMI 05 Cylinder 11 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

The cylinder will misfire.

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0312 - FMI 05 Cylinder 12 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the

transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

MID 036 - CID 0313 - FMI 05 Cylinder 13 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0312 - FMI 06 Cylinder 12 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

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An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0314 - FMI 05 Cylinder 14 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0313 - FMI 06 Cylinder 13 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.

MID 036 - CID 0314 - FMI 06 Cylinder 14 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting:

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

OK STOP.
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The wiring from the circuit driver for the

transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

MID 036 - CID 0315 - FMI 06 Cylinder 15 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

MID 036 - CID 0315 - FMI 05 Cylinder 15 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting:

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the


transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

OK STOP.

A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

MID 036 - CID 0316 - FMI 05 Cylinder 16 - Transformer Primary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The primary circuit of the transformer is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the diagnostic code:

The wiring from the circuit driver for the

transformer to the coil has a short circuit.

There is a short circuit within the transformer. There is an internal failure of the ECM.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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A broken circuit drivers wire for the transformer A broken return wire for the transformer An open circuit within the primary winding of the
transformer

MID 036 - CID 0323 - FMI 03 Shutdown Lamp short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects excessive current for the shutdown output. Note: This diagnostic condition cannot be detected when the shutdown output is OFF. System Response: The ECM limits the current for the shutdown output to 0.3 amperes. The code is logged.

An internal failure of the ECM


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Primary Circuit Results:

OK STOP.
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Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Status Indicator Output Results:

MID 036 - CID 0316 - FMI 06 Cylinder 16 - Transformer Primary short


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The path for the circuit driver of the transformer is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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Results:

MID 036 - CID 0324 - FMI 03 Warning Lamp short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects excessive current for the alarm output. Note: This diagnostic condition cannot be detected when the alarm output is OFF. System Response: The ECM limits the current for the alarm output to 0.3 amperes. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Status Indicator Output Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0338 - FMI 05 Pre-Lube Relay open circuit


SMCS Code: 1319-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: An open circuit or a short circuit to the +Battery side is detected while the output from the ECM to the prelube relay is OFF. Note: This diagnostic condition can only be detected by the ECM when the output for the prelube relay is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and/or when the prelube pressure switch is CLOSED. System Response: An internal resistor rises to the +Battery side when no electrical load is present. This indicates an open circuit in the harness or the solenoid. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The prelubrication will probably be disabled.
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OK STOP.

MID 036 - CID 0336 - FMI 02 Incorrect ECS Switch inputs


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects an invalid combination of these inputs: switched +Battery, start, stop, and auto. This indicates a problem with the engine control switch. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Electrical Power Supply

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump) Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0338 - FMI 06 Pre-Lube Relay short to ground


SMCS Code: 1319-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects excessive current for the output to the prelube relay. This indicates a possible short circuit to the Battery side.

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Note: This diagnostic condition can only be detected by the ECM when the output for the prelube relay is ON. The output is normally ON when the engine control switch is in the START position and the prelube pressure switch is still OPEN. System Response:

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Prelubrication System Results:

OK STOP.
The ECM will continue to attempt to energize the relay. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The prelubrication will probably be disabled. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump) Results:
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MID 036 - CID 0401 - FMI 05 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0339 - FMI 05 Engine Pre-lube Pressure Switch open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The prelube pressure switch is OPEN. The oil pressure that is measured from the engine oil pressure sensor is greater than 50 kPa (7.25 psi). System Response: The ECM normally monitors the prelube pressure switch. In this case, the engine oil pressure sensor will be monitored. This determines if the prelube pump is supplying oil to the engine. If an E233 (3) Low Engine Prelube Pressure event is active, the output to the starting motor will not be energized and the engine will not start. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. The output to the prelube relay remains energized until the engine control switch is turned to the STOP position. Possible Performance Effect: The prelubrication will probably be disabled.

The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.

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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0401 - FMI 06 Cylinder 1 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0402 - FMI 06 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

MID 036 - CID 0402 - FMI 05 Cylinder 2 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit.

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Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0403 - FMI 06 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0403 - FMI 05 Cylinder 3 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.


The cylinder will misfire.

The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem: is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open

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MID 036 - CID 0404 - FMI 05 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0404 - FMI 06 Cylinder 4 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.

MID 036 - CID 0405 - FMI 05 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit.

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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.


Generation of the diagnostic code does not affect engine performance. However, the engine will probably misfire. This will cause the engine to run rough. The engine may shut down. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.
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There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

MID 036 - CID 0406 - FMI 05 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0405 - FMI 06 Cylinder 5 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground.


The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open

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The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0407 - FMI 05 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0406 - FMI 06 Cylinder 6 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0407 - FMI 06 Cylinder 7 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

MID 036 - CID 0408 - FMI 06 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0408 - FMI 05 Cylinder 8 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged.

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.

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The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0409 - FMI 06 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0409 - FMI 05 Cylinder 9 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.
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There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open The spark plug gap is too wide.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

MID 036 - CID 0410 - FMI 05 Cylinder 10 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.


The cylinder will misfire.

The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem: is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.
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There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

MID 036 - CID 0411 - FMI 05 Cylinder 11 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response:

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0410 - FMI 06 Cylinder 10 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open

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The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0412 - FMI 05 Cylinder 12 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0411 - FMI 06 Cylinder 11 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0412 - FMI 06 Cylinder 12 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

MID 036 - CID 0413 - FMI 06 Cylinder 13 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

MID 036 - CID 0413 - FMI 05 Cylinder 13 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged.

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.

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The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0414 - FMI 06 Cylinder 14 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0414 - FMI 05 Cylinder 14 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.
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There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open The spark plug gap is too wide.
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

MID 036 - CID 0415 - FMI 05 Cylinder 15 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed.


The cylinder will misfire.

The winding of the transformers secondary circuit


Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem: is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

OK STOP.
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There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open


circuit.

MID 036 - CID 0416 - FMI 05 Cylinder 16 - Transformer Secondary open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with an open circuit. System Response:

The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0415 - FMI 06 Cylinder 15 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire.

The status of the transformers secondary output is set to 120 percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

There is a problem with the transformers ground. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is open.

There is a problem with the connection to the


spark plugs terminal post. circuit.

The spark plug has internal damage or an open

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The spark plug gap is too wide.


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0443 - FMI 03 Crank Terminate Relay short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0416 - FMI 06 Cylinder 16 - Transformer Secondary short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The transformers secondary circuit is diagnosed with a short circuit. System Response: The status of the transformers secondary output is set to zero percent. The alarm output is activated and the code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The cylinder will misfire. Troubleshooting:

The ECM detects excessive current for the crank terminate relay. Note: This diagnostic condition cannot be detected when the output for the crank terminate relay is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position. System Response: The ECM will limit the current for the crank terminate relay to 0.3 amperes. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Status Indicator Output Results:

OK STOP.
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One of the following conditions is the source of the problem:

The spark plug is fouled. The spark plug gap is closed. The winding of the transformers secondary circuit
is shorted. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Ignition Transformers Secondary Circuit and Spark Plugs Results:

MID 036 - CID 0444 - FMI 05 Start Relay open circuit


SMCS Code: 1426-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The output from the ECM for the starting motor relay is OFF. An open circuit or a short circuit to the +Battery is detected. Note: This diagnostic condition can only be detected by the ECM when the output for the starting motor relay is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position or when the crank terminate relay is energized. System Response: An internal resistor rises to the +Battery side when no electrical load is present. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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Possible Performance Effect: The engine will be unable to crank. Troubleshooting: The harness or the relay probably has an open circuit. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Starting Motor) Results:

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MID 036 - CID 0445 - FMI 03 Run Relay short to +batt


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects excessive current for the run relay. Note: This diagnostic condition cannot be detected when the output for the Run relay is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position.
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OK STOP.

System Response: The ECM will limit the current to 0.3 amperes. The Status screen of the ET will display Relay Fault. The code is logged. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Status Indicator Output Results:

MID 036 - CID 0444 - FMI 06 Start Relay short to ground


SMCS Code: 1426-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM detects excessive current for the output of the starting motor relay. Note: This diagnostic condition can only be detected by the ECM when the output for the starting motor relay is ON. The output is normally ON when the engine control switch is turned from the STOP position to the START position. The output is ON until the crank terminate relay is energized. System Response: The ECM will continue to attempt to energize the relay. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will probably be unable to crank. Troubleshooting: This condition indicates an short circuit in the harness or the relay. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: ECM Output Circuit (Starting Motor) Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0524 - FMI 03 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1907-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered up for at least five seconds. The current to the ECM for the desired speed input is greater than 22 mA for more than five seconds. System Response: When the Idle/Rated switch is in the Rated position, the ECM assumes a default value for the desired engine speed. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The default value for the desired engine speed is equal to the Minimum Engine High Idle Speed that is programmed on the Service/Configuration screen of ET.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: The diagnostic code is generated by one of the following conditions:

Results:

OK STOP.
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A short circuit to the +Battery side A short circuit to ground


Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Desired Speed Input (4 - 20 mA) Results:

MID 036 - CID 0525 - FMI 05 Choke Actuator open circuit


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects no current from the actuator or a current that is less than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0524 - FMI 04 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1907-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered up for at least five seconds. The current to the ECM for the desired speed input is less than 2 mA for more than five seconds. System Response: When the Idle/Rated switch is in the Rated position, the ECM assumes a default value for the desired engine speed. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The default value for the desired engine speed is equal to the Minimum Engine High Idle Speed that is programmed on the Service/Configuration screen of ET. Troubleshooting: The diagnostic code is generated by one of the following conditions:

There is an open circuit in either the high side or


the low side.

The low side is shorted to ground.


System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Choke Actuator Solenoid Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0525 - FMI 06 Choke Actuator short to ground


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects a current from the actuator that is greater than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

An open circuit or a short circuit to ground An open circuit or a short circuit to the +Battery
Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Desired Speed Input (4 - 20 mA)

105 Troubleshooting Section

There is a short circuit between the high side and


the low side.

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The high side is shorted to ground. The high side is shorted to the +Battery side.
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Choke Actuator Solenoid Results:

MID 036 - CID 0526 - FMI 06 Wastegate Valve short


SMCS Code: 1057-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects a current from the actuator that is greater than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

There is a short circuit between the high side and


the low side.

The high side is shorted to ground. The high side is shorted to the +Battery side.
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Wastegate Actuator Solenoid Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 036 - CID 0526 - FMI 05 Wastegate Valve open


SMCS Code: 1057-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects no current from the actuator or a current that is less than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.
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There is an open circuit in either the high side or


the low side.

The low side is shorted to ground.


System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Wastegate Actuator Solenoid Results:

MID 036 - CID 0542 - FMI 03 Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1924-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal to the ECM from the sensor for unfiltered engine oil pressure is greater than 4.8 VDC for at least five seconds. Also, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground

OK STOP.

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System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for unfiltered engine oil pressure. Monitoring for restriction of the oil filters is disabled. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

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MID 036 - CID 1040 - FMI 09 ICSM #1 not communicating on link


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered for at least five seconds and the ECM did not receive ten consecutive messages from the right side ICSM. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Results:

MID 036 - CID 0542 - FMI 04 Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure short to ground
SMCS Code: 1924-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal to the ECM from the sensor for unfiltered engine oil pressure is less than 0.2 VDC for at least five seconds. Also, neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
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262 - 03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

MID 036 - CID 1041 - FMI 09 ICSM #2 not communicating on link


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM has been powered for at least five seconds and the ECM did not receive ten consecutive messages from the left side ICSM. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM)

262 - 04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground System Response: The ECM assumes the last valid value for unfiltered engine oil pressure. Monitoring for restriction of the oil filters is disabled. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Analog Sensor Signal Results:

OK STOP.

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Results:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
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OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1501 - FMI 03 Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01686767

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1502 - FMI 03 Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
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OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1501 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.

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System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1502 - FMI 04 Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01686825

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1505 - FMI 04 Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
i01686783

OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1505 - FMI 03 Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground

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System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1506 - FMI 03 Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01687499

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1509 - FMI 03 Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
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OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1506 - FMI 04 Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground

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System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1509 - FMI 04 Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01687505

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1510 - FMI 04 Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
i01687504

OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1510 - FMI 03 Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground

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i01687506

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1513 - FMI 03 Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01687510

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1514 - FMI 03 Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of a signal from a detonation sensor to the ECM is greater than 4.8 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
i01687508

OK STOP.

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results:

MID 036 - CID 1513 - FMI 04 Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground

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i01687512

System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Fuel Actuator Solenoid Results:

MID 036 - CID 1514 - FMI 04 Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The run relay and the crank terminate relay are energized. The input of the signal from the detonation sensor to the ECM is less than 1.0 VDC for ten seconds. Neither of the following diagnostic codes are active:

OK STOP.
i01630000

0041 - 03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 0041 - 04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Detonation Sensors Results: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects a current from the actuator that is greater than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

MID 036 - CID 1844 - FMI 06 Fuel Actuator short to ground


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

There is a short circuit between the high side and


the low side.

OK STOP.
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The high side is shorted to ground. The high side is shorted to the +Battery side.
System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Fuel Actuator Solenoid Results:

MID 036 - CID 1844 - FMI 05 Fuel Actuator open circuit


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The circuit driver for the electrohydraulic actuators solenoid is energized. The ECM detects no current from the actuator or a current that is less than the normal level. This is caused by one of the following conditions:

There is an open circuit in either the high side or


the low side.

OK STOP.

The low side is shorted to ground.

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i01630116

MID 109 - CID 0253 - FMI 02 Personality Module mismatch


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The right side ICSMS software does not match the left side ICSMS software. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Results:

MID 109 - CID 1040 - FMI 09 ICSM #1 not communicating on link


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM and the ICSM have been powered for at least five seconds and the left side ICSM did not receive ten consecutive messages from the right side ICSM. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Results:

OK STOP.
i01630107

MID 109 - CID 0591 - FMI 12 EEPROM checksum fault or ECM not programmed
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The right side ICSM detects a problem within the EPROM circuit. System Response: The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
i01630467

MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 02 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

Electrical noise has been generated on the


conductor that carries the firing signal.

The frequency of the firing signal is not within the


The ICSM may not function. If the ICSM does not function, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Replace the ICSM. Follow the instructions in Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. Results: Monitoring of the combustion burn time for the cylinder is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. specified limits. System Response:

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

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MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:
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OK STOP.

MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 03 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. If the 13 V signal is not grounded, the ICSM does not receive the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. When the 13 V signal returns to the high side, the ICSM starts the timer for the combustion burn time. If the 13 V signal remains grounded, the ICSM cannot interpret the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.

MID 109 - CID 1043 - FMI 08 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal abnormal signal
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The Cylinder #1 Firing Signal represents the ignition of the first cylinder in the engine. The All Cylinders Firing Signal represents the ignitions of the remaining cylinders in the engine. The Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is a reference for the All Cylinders Firing Signal.

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If the input for the Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is switched with the input for the All Cylinders Firing Signal, the Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is too frequent. The ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

i01631058

MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 03 All Cylinders Firing Signal open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. If the 13 V signal is not grounded, the ICSM does not receive the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 02 All Cylinders Firing Signal noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

Electrical noise has been generated on the


conductor that carries the firing signal.

OK STOP.
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The frequency of the firing signal is not within the


specified limits. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

MID 109 - CID 1044 - FMI 04 All Cylinders Firing Signal short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. When the 13 V signal returns to the high side, the ICSM starts the timer for the combustion burn time. If the 13 V signal remains grounded, the ICSM cannot interpret the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code.

OK STOP.

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System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
i01630640

MID 109 - CID 1101 - FMI 04 Cylinder #1 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

MID 109 - CID 1101 - FMI 02 Cylinder #1 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:

The engine performance is not directly affected. The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code: Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged.

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MID 109 - CID 1103 - FMI 02 Cylinder #3 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

MID 109 - CID 1103 - FMI 04 Cylinder #3 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

OK STOP.
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The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

MID 109 - CID 1105 - FMI 02 Cylinder #5 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

OK STOP.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition.

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System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged.

Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:
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The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

MID 109 - CID 1107 - FMI 02 Cylinder #7 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:
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OK STOP.

MID 109 - CID 1105 - FMI 04 Cylinder #5 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged.

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged.

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The extender is not properly contacting the


combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

OK STOP.
i01632931

MID 109 - CID 1107 - FMI 04 Cylinder #7 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
i01632932

MID 109 - CID 1109 - FMI 04 Cylinder #9 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available.

MID 109 - CID 1109 - FMI 02 Cylinder #9 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

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The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The extender is not properly contacting the


combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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MID 109 - CID 1111 - FMI 04 Cylinder #11 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

MID 109 - CID 1111 - FMI 02 Cylinder #11 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:

The engine performance is not directly affected. The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code: Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 109 - CID 1113 - FMI 02 Cylinder #13 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged.

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The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
i01632947

MID 109 - CID 1115 - FMI 02 Cylinder #15 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

OK STOP.
i01632943

MID 109 - CID 1113 - FMI 04 Cylinder #13 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available.

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged.

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The extender is not properly contacting the


combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

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MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 03 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:
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OK STOP.

MID 109 - CID 1115 - FMI 04 Cylinder #15 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
i01631250

MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 04 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports exhaust temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
Engine operation is not affected.
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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1490 - FMI 05 Rt Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
i01631538

The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 04 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.
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OK STOP.

Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 03 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1491 - FMI 05 Rt Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
i01631554

The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 04 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.
i01631374

OK STOP.

Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 03 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.
i01632986

MID 109 - CID 1531 - FMI 05 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit.

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System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

i01631557

MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 04 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


i01631378

OK STOP.

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 03 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
i01633002

MID 109 - CID 1533 - FMI 05 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:
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OK STOP.

Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 03 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
i01633009

MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 05 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response:

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
i01631562

Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1535 - FMI 04 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.

A short circuit to the Battery side

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i01631384

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 03 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 05 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
i01631564

MID 109 - CID 1537 - FMI 04 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
i01631399

MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 03 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

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Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

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MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 05 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit.
i01631568

OK STOP.

MID 109 - CID 1539 - FMI 04 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response:

OK STOP.
i01631403

Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 03 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 04 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.
i01631407

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground

MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 03 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: System Response: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results: Troubleshooting: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side.

OK STOP.
i01633024

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1541 - FMI 05 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit.

OK STOP.

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i01631574

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 04 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
i01631409

The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 03 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
i01633026

MID 109 - CID 1543 - FMI 05 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.
i01631576

MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 04 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side

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A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

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MID 110 - CID 0253 - FMI 02 Personality Module mismatch


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The left side ICSMS software does not match the right side ICSMS software. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

OK STOP.
i01633031

MID 109 - CID 1545 - FMI 05 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Results:

OK STOP.
i01630115

MID 110 - CID 0591 - FMI 12 EEPROM checksum fault or ECM not programmed
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The left side ICSM detects a problem within the EPROM circuit. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The ICSM may not function. If the ICSM does not function, the engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Replace the ICSM. Follow the instructions in Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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i01630124

Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

MID 110 - CID 1041 - FMI 09 ICSM #2 not communicating on link


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The ECM and the ICSM have been powered for at least five seconds and the right side ICSM did not receive ten consecutive messages from the left side ICSM. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Integrated Combustion Sensing Module (ICSM) Results:

OK STOP.
i01633067

MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 03 All Cylinders Firing Signal open/short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. If the 13 V signal is not grounded, the ICSM does not receive the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code.

OK STOP.
i01633058

MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 02 All Cylinders Firing Signal noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

Electrical noise has been generated on the


conductor that carries the firing signal.

The frequency of the firing signal is not within the


specified limits. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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i01633076

MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 04 All Cylinders Firing Signal short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: During normal operation, the ICSM continuously sends a signal of 13 V. The ECM grounds the 13 V signal for the duration of ignition. The ICSM interprets the grounding of the signal as the firing signal. When the 13 V signal returns to the high side, the ICSM starts the timer for the combustion burn time. If the 13 V signal remains grounded, the ICSM cannot interpret the firing signal and the ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

If the input for the Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is switched with the input for the All Cylinders Firing Signal, the ICSM detects the Cylinder #1 Firing Signal more frequently than the All Cylinders Firing Signal. The ICSM generates the diagnostic code. System Response: Monitoring of the combustion burn time is lost. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The exhaust emissions are not controlled by the engine control system. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Cylinder Firing Pulse Results:

OK STOP.
i01633090

MID 110 - CID 1102 - FMI 02 Cylinder #2 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

OK STOP.
i01633080

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

MID 110 - CID 1044 - FMI 08 All Cylinders Firing Signal abnormal signal
SMCS Code: 1091-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The Cylinder #1 Firing Signal represents the ignition of the first cylinder. The All Cylinders Firing Signal represents the ignitions of the remaining cylinders. The Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is a reference for the All Cylinders Firing Signal. The Cylinder #1 Firing Signal is followed by the All Cylinders Firing Signal.

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Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

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The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

MID 110 - CID 1104 - FMI 02 Cylinder #4 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:
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OK STOP.

MID 110 - CID 1102 - FMI 04 Cylinder #2 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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i01633096

System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

MID 110 - CID 1104 - FMI 04 Cylinder #4 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.

MID 110 - CID 1106 - FMI 02 Cylinder #6 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

MID 110 - CID 1106 - FMI 04 Cylinder #6 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1108 - FMI 04 Cylinder #8 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

MID 110 - CID 1108 - FMI 02 Cylinder #8 Combustion Probe noisy


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:

The engine performance is not directly affected. The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code: Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
i01633152

MID 110 - CID 1110 - FMI 02 Cylinder #10 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition.

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System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1112 - FMI 02 Cylinder #12 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1110 - FMI 04 Cylinder #10 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected.

Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor

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Results:

System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1112 - FMI 04 Cylinder #12 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged. The extender is not properly contacting the
combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1114 - FMI 04 Cylinder #14 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged.

MID 110 - CID 1114 - FMI 02 Cylinder #14 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition.

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Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

The extender is not properly contacting the


combustion sensor. Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP. OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1116 - FMI 02 Cylinder #16 Combustion Probe noisy
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: One of the following conditions is detected by the ICSM:

MID 110 - CID 1116 - FMI 04 Cylinder #16 Combustion Probe short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The signal from the combustion sensor to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. System Response: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


before combustion.

The signal from the combustion sensor is received


within 1.8 milliseconds of the signal for ignition. System Response:

Possible Performance Effect: The combustion burn time for the cylinder is excluded from the average combustion burn time and from the calculation for the fuel correction factor. Diagnostics for the cylinder misfire are not available. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: One of the following conditions is probably the cause of the diagnostic code: The engine performance is not directly affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Combustion Sensor Results:

OK STOP.
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The wiring for the combustion sensor is damaged. The wiring for the ignition is damaged. The combustion sensor is damaged.

MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 03 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side.

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System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

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MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 05 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1489 - FMI 04 Left Turbo Turbine Out Temp Sens short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 03 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 04 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

OK STOP.
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A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground

MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 03 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: System Response: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results: Troubleshooting: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side.

OK STOP.
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Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1492 - FMI 05 Left Turbo Turbine In Temp Sens open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 04 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 03 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1532 - FMI 05 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 04 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side

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A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

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MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 03 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1534 - FMI 05 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 04 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1536 - FMI 05 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 04 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response:

OK STOP.
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Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 03 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side.

OK STOP.

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Results:

MID 110 - CID 1538 - FMI 05 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 04 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting:
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OK STOP.

MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 03 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1540 - FMI 05 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged.

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Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

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MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 04 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:
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OK STOP.

MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 03 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.
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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1542 - FMI 05 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 03 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 05 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response:

Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results: Engine operation is not affected. Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting:
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MID 110 - CID 1544 - FMI 04 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground

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Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 03 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to +batt
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is greater than the maximum acceptable value. This indicates a short circuit to the +Battery side. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting: Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 05 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor open circuit
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The current of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates an open circuit. System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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MID 110 - CID 1546 - FMI 04 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Sensor short to ground
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage of the signal from the thermocouple to the ICSM is less than the minimum acceptable value. This indicates one of the following conditions:

Perform the following diagnostic procedure: Thermocouple Test Results:

OK STOP.

A short circuit to the Battery side A short circuit to the ground


System Response: Monitoring of the ports temperature is lost. Also, protection for the port is lost. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: Engine operation is not affected.

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Troubleshooting with an Event Code


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The following format is used for event codes:

EXXX (X) Description of the code


The E means that the code is an event code. The XXX represents a numeric identifier for the event code. The fourth (X) represents a numeric identifier for the severity of the code. This is followed by a description of the code. See the following example:

Event Codes
SMCS Code: 1901-038 Use this section for the troubleshooting of problems that have generated event codes but do not have active diagnostic codes. When the event code is generated, the event is active. Any generated code becomes logged in the permanent memory of the ECM. Event codes alert the operator that an abnormal engine operating condition such as low oil pressure or high coolant temperature has been detected. Events do not indicate problems with the electronic system. Event codes also indicate the nature of the problem. Event codes may be viewed on a personal computer that has ET software. Illustration 17 represents the operating range of an oil temperature sensor. The diagram is a reference. Do not use the diagram to troubleshoot the oil temperature sensor.

E004 (3) Engine Overspeed Shutdown


The numbers that indicate the severity of the event code are defined below: Warning (1) This condition represents a serious problem with engine operation. However, this condition does not require a deration or a shutdown. Derate (2) For this condition, the engine power is reduced in order to help prevent possible engine damage. Shutdown (3) For this condition, the engine is shut down in order to help prevent possible engine damage. These responses to certain events may be programmed into the ECM. If the responses are programmed, ET can display the event. If the responses are not programmed, the display will not appear. However, the occurrence of any event will cause the event code to be logged in the ECM. Note: Do not confuse event codes with diagnostic codes. For information on diagnostic codes, see Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with a Diagnostic Code. Perform the following tasks before you troubleshoot the event code:

Gather enough information about the complaint in


order to describe the symptom(s) adequately. engine operation.

Verify that the complaint is not due to normal Repair all active diagnostic codes. See
Illustration 17 Typical operating range of an oil temperature sensor (1) In these areas, the output voltage of the sensor is too high or too low. The output is outside of the normal range. The electronic problem will generate a diagnostic code. (2) In this area, the oil temperature above 102 C (216 F) is higher than normal. The output voltage of the sensor will generate an event code for a warning, a derating, or a shutdown for high oil temperature. The sensor does not have an electronic problem. (3) This area represents the normal operating temperature for the engine oil. The normal output voltage of the sensor is between 0.2 and 4.1 volts.
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Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting With A Diagnostic Code.

Troubleshooting
For basic troubleshooting of the engine, perform the following steps first in order to diagnose a malfunction. 1. Gather information about the complaint from the operator.

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2. Verify that the complaint is not due to normal engine operation. Verify that the complaint is not due to error of the operator. 3. Perform a visual inspection. Inspect the following items:

The code was generated when the symptom


occurred.

Codes that are repeatedly logged The complaint is not due to normal engine
operation.

Fuel supply Oil level Oil supply Wiring Connectors


4. Check the diagnostic codes and event codes. Repair any active codes. If these inspections do not reveal any problems, identify the probable causes with the procedures in this manual that best describe the symptoms. Check each probable cause according to the tests that are recommended. Be sure to check the connectors. This is specially true for problems that are intermittent. See Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Narrow the probable cause. Consider the operator information, the conditions of operation, and the history of the engine.

Other Symptoms
If other occurrences happened in addition to the symptom, investigate the following conditions:

The other occurrences are related to the


symptom.

The symptoms have a probable cause that is


common.

Active Event Codes


An active event code represents a problem with engine operation. Correct the problem as soon as possible. When an event code is active, the Active Alarm indicator (Engine Control Alarm Status on ET) is activated in order to alert the operator. If the condition that generated the code is momentary, the message disappears. The event code will be logged in the ECM memory. Active event codes are listed in ascending numerical order. The code with the lowest number is listed first.

Operator Information
Obtain the following information from the operator:

Logged Event Codes


When the ECM generates an event code the ECM logs the code in permanent memory. The ECM has an internal diagnostic clock. The ECM will record the following information when a code is generated:

The occurrence and the time of the occurrence Determine the conditions for the occurrence. The
conditions will include the engine rpm and the load.

Determine if there are any systems that were

The hour of the first occurrence of the code The hour of the last occurrence of the code The number of occurrences of the code
This information can be helpful for troubleshooting intermittent problems. Logged codes can also be used to review the performance of the engine. Any logged event codes will automatically be deleted if no additional occurrences are recorded in 100 hours. Logged events are listed in chronological order. The most recent event code is listed first.

installed by the dealer or the customer that could cause the symptom. happened in addition to the symptom.

Determine whether any other occurrences

Diagnostic Codes and Event Codes


Examine the following information regarding any codes:

The probable cause of the symptom is correlated


to the code.

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Note: Always clear logged event codes after investigating and correcting the problem which generated the code.
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Results:

OK STOP.
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E004 Engine Overspeed Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine rpm has exceeded the trip point that is programmed into the ECM and the delay time has expired. The ECM has determined that the detected speed is accurate. System Response:

E016 High Engine Coolant Temperature Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine coolant temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the engine coolant are active. System Response:

The gas shutoff valve and the ignition are shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Overspeed. Results:

The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Coolant Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E013 High Crankcase Pressure Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

E017 High Engine Coolant Temperature Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The engine is running and the crankcase pressure is greater than the setpoint. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine coolant temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the engine coolant are active. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

The engine is shut down. Possible Performance Effect: Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Crankcase Pressure (High). The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the coolant temperature continues to rise, the engine will be shut down.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Coolant Temperature (High). Results:

System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the engine oil temperature continues to rise, the engine can be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Temperature (High). Results:

E019 High Engine Oil Temperature Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine oil temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the engine oil temperature are active. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut off. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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E026 High Inlet Air Temperature Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The inlet air temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the inlet air temperature are active. System Response:

Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Temperature (High). Results:

The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Inlet Air Temperature (High). Results:

E020 High Engine Oil Temperature Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine oil temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the engine oil temperature are active.

OK STOP.

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Results:

E027 High Inlet Air Temperature Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The inlet air temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the inlet air temperature are active. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the inlet air temperature continues to rise, the engine may be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Inlet Air Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E040 Low Engine Oil Pressure Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 10 seconds. The engine oil pressure is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. No codes for the engine oil pressure sensor are active. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Pressure (Low). Results:
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OK STOP.

E038 Low Engine Coolant Temperature Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The temperature of the engine coolant is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the coolant temperature are active. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Coolant Temperature (Low).

OK STOP.
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E042 Low System Voltage Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the system voltage are present. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, System Voltage. Results:

Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the system voltage continues to increase the circuit breaker will switch OFF and the engine will be shut down. Troubleshooting:
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OK STOP.
Refer to Troubleshooting, System Voltage. Results:

E043 Low System Voltage Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the system voltage are present. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the system voltage continues to be reduced, the engine will be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, System Voltage. Results:

OK STOP.
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E096 High Fuel Pressure


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The fuel pressure is higher than the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. For proper operation, the fuel pressure must be stable. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Pressure.

OK STOP.
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Results:

E050 High System Voltage Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The voltage is greater than the trip point and the delay time has expired. No other codes for the system voltage are present. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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E100 Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least ten seconds. The engine oil pressure is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the engine oil pressure sensor.

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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the oil pressure continues to be reduced, the engine may be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Pressure (Low). Results:

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E127 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure Low Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine oil filter differential pressure is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the oil pressure sensors. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the engine oil filter differential pressure continues to be reduced, the engine may be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure. Results:

E101 High Crankcase Pressure Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is running and the crankcase pressure is greater than the setpoint. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the crankcase pressure continues to increase, the engine will be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Crankcase Pressure (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E128 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure Low Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The oil filter differential pressure is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the oil pressure sensors. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure. Results:

System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure. Results:

E129 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure High Warning


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The oil filter differential pressure is greater than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the oil pressure sensors. System Response:

OK STOP.
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E135 Low Jacket Water Pressure Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the oil filter differential pressure continues to increase, the engine may be shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure. Results: The engine is shut off. The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least ten seconds. The pressure of the jacket water is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the pressure sensor at the outlet for the jacket water. System Response:

OK STOP.
Troubleshooting:
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E130 Engine Oil Filter Diff Pressure High Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The engine oil filter differential pressure is greater than the trip point and the delay time has expired. There are no active codes for the oil pressure sensors.

Refer to Troubleshooting, Jacket Water Pressure (Low). Results:

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E200 Continuous Cylinder Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. At least 50 percent of the cylinders have continuous misfire. The continuous misfire is indicated by the following conditions:

OK STOP.
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E202 Cylinder #2 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

The cylinder has an active Exhaust Port Temp


Deviating Low event.

The ICSM has not received a signal from the


cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E201 Cylinder #1 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough.

OK STOP.
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E203 Cylinder #3 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

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Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E204 Cylinder #4 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E206 Cylinder #6 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E205 Cylinder #5 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period.

OK STOP.

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Results:

E207 Cylinder #7 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E209 Cylinder #9 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable.
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OK STOP.

Results:

E208 Cylinder #8 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable.

OK STOP.
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E210 Cylinder #10 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E211 Cylinder #11 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E213 Cylinder #13 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E212 Cylinder #12 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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E214 Cylinder #14 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period.

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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

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E216 Cylinder #16 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response:

OK STOP.
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The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

E215 Cylinder #15 Intermittent Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode or the prechamber calibration mode. The ICSM has not received 20 percent of the signals from the cylinders combustion sensor during a four minute period. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will run rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough, or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E223 High Gas Temperature


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The temperature of the gas has exceeded the trip point and the delay timer has expired. There are no active codes for the fuel temperature sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine operation is not immediately affected. However, if the fuel temperature continues to increase, the air/fuel ratio and the inlet manifold air temperature can be affected. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Gas Temperature (High).

OK STOP.

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Results:

Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E224 High Jacket Water Inlet Pressure


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 10 seconds. The trip point for high pressure at the inlet for the jacket water has been exceeded and the delay time has expired. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

E226 Driven Equipment Not Ready


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is ready to start. However, the ECM has received a signal which indicates that the driven equipment is not ready for the engine to start. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. Engine cranking is prevented. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will not start.

The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Driven Equipment. Refer to Troubleshooting, Jacket Water Inlet Pressure (High). Results: Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.

E225 Engine Overcrank


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine did not start within the programmed parameters for starting. System Response: The fuel is shut off. Engine cranking is prevented. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine will not start. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Overcrank.

E229 Fuel Energy Content Setting Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The fuel correction factor is less than the trip point for 20 seconds. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be erratic. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Energy Content.

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Results:

Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E230 Fuel Energy Content Setting High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The fuel correction factor is greater than the trip point for 20 seconds. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

E233 Low Engine Pre-Lube Pressure


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The prelube oil pressure is less than the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The shutdown output is activated. Starting of the engine is prevented. The signal driver for the prelube pump remains activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

The engine performance may be erratic. The engine will not start. Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Energy Content. Results: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Pre-Lube Pressure (Low). Results:
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OK STOP.

OK STOP.
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E231 Fuel Quality Out of Range


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine has been running for at least 30 seconds. The LHV of the fuel is less than the trip point OR the LHV of the fuel is greater than the trip point for 20 seconds. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine power is reduced. The engine is shut off. Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting:

E242 Engine Overload


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The calculation by the ECM for the engine load is greater than 110 percent of the rated load. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Overload. Refer to Troubleshooting, Fuel Energy Content. Results:

OK STOP.

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E243 High Left Turbo Turbine Outlet Temperature


SMCS Code: 1052-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The temperature at the outlet for the left turbocharger turbine has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E244 (1) High Right Turbo Turbine Outlet


Temperature (warning)

E244 (3) High Right Turbo Turbine Outlet


Temperature (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High). Results:

E243 (1) High Left Turbo Turbine Outlet


Temperature (warning)

E243 (3) High Left Turbo Turbine Outlet


Temperature (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E245 High Right Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature


SMCS Code: 1052-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The temperature at the inlet for the right turbocharger turbine has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E244 High Right Turbo Turbine Outlet Temperature


SMCS Code: 1052-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The temperature at the outlet for the right turbocharger turbine has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E245 (1) High Right Turbo Turbine Inlet


Temperature (warning)

E245 (3) High Right Turbo Turbine Inlet


Temperature (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

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If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting:

Results:

OK STOP.
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E264 Emergency Stop Activated


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

Refer to Troubleshooting, Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High). Results:

The input for the emergency stop is activated. System Response: The gas shutoff valve (GSOV) and the ignition are shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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E246 High Left Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature


SMCS Code: 1052-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The temperature at the inlet for the left turbocharger turbine has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut off. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Shutdown. Results:

OK STOP.
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E266 Low Hydrax Oil Pressure


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay has been energized for at least 30 seconds. The pressure switch for the electrohydraulic actuator system opens for more than one second. This indicates no oil pressure to the system. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrohydraulic System Oil Pressure (Low).

E246 (1) High Left Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature


(warning)

E246 (3) High Left Turbo Turbine Inlet Temperature


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Turbocharger Turbine Temperature (High).

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Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Shutdown.


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OK STOP.

Results:

E268 Unexpected Engine Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine is running. The engine rpm is less than the programmed speed of the postlube cycle for 200 ms. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Shutdown (Unexpected). Results:

OK STOP.
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E270 Driven Equipment Shutdown Requested


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The crank terminate relay is set and the engine is running. The input requests a shutdown for 200 ms. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Driven Equipment. Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E269 Customer Shutdown Requested


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

E337 High Engine Oil to Engine Coolant Diff Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

The engine is either cranking or running. The input for the stop is set for 200 ms. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut off.

Note: The cylinder liner and the piston assembly can be damaged by this condition. The engine oil temperature is too high or the engine coolant temperature is too low. The differential between the engine oil temperature and the engine coolant temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

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E337(1) High Engine Oil to Engine Coolant Diff


Temp (warning)

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E402 Cylinder #2 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E337 (3) High Engine Oil to Engine Coolant Diff


Temp (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Jacket Water to Engine Oil Differential Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E401 Cylinder #1 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E403 Cylinder #3 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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E404 Cylinder #4 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E406 Cylinder #6 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E405 Cylinder #5 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E407 Cylinder #7 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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E408 Cylinder #8 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E410 Cylinder #10 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E409 Cylinder #9 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E411 Cylinder #11 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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E412 Cylinder #12 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E414 Cylinder #14 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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OK STOP.
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E413 Cylinder #13 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E415 Cylinder #15 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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E416 Cylinder #16 Detonation


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine performance may be affected by an adjustment of the timing in order to reduce detonation. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E422 Cylinder #2 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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E421 Cylinder #1 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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E423 Cylinder #3 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation.

OK STOP.

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Results:

Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.


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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E424 Cylinder #4 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

E426 Cylinder #6 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.
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OK STOP.

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E425 Cylinder #5 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.

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Results:

E427 Cylinder #7 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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E429 Cylinder #9 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation.
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OK STOP.

Results:

E428 Cylinder #8 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation.

OK STOP.
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E430 Cylinder #10 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E431 Cylinder #11 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

OK STOP.
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E433 Cylinder #13 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
The engine is shut down.
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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E432 Cylinder #12 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor.

OK STOP.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E434 Cylinder #14 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 S/N: BKE1-Up Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine is shut down. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation.

OK STOP.
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E436 Cylinder #16 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

Results: The engine is shut down.

OK STOP.
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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Detonation. Results:

E435 Cylinder #15 Detonation Shutdown


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The level of detonation has exceeded the trip point. Maximum retardation of the timing was unable to control the detonation adequately during the number of ignition sparks that are allowed. There is no active diagnostic code for the cylinders detonation sensor. System Response: The fuel is shut off. The shutdown output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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E601 Cylinder #1 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response:

The engine is shut down. The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

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Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

E602 Cylinder #2 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E604 Cylinder #4 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

E603 Cylinder #3 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes.

OK STOP.

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Results:

E605 Cylinder #5 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E607 Cylinder #7 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.
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OK STOP.

Results:

E606 Cylinder #6 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

OK STOP.
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E608 Cylinder #8 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough.

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

E609 Cylinder #9 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E611 Cylinder #11 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

E610 Cylinder #10 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged.

OK STOP.
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E612 Cylinder #12 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes.

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System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

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E614 Cylinder #14 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response:

OK STOP.
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The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

E613 Cylinder #13 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
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E615 Cylinder #15 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable.

OK STOP.

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Results:

If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E616 Cylinder #16 Continuous Misfire


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The engine is operating in the combustion feedback mode. There is an active event for the low temperature deviation of the cylinders exhaust port. The ICSM has not received a signal from the cylinders combustion sensor for 40 minutes. System Response: The alarm output is activated. The code is logged. Possible Performance Effect: The engine runs rough. Troubleshooting:

OK STOP.
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E802 Cylinder #2 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response:
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Refer to Troubleshooting, Engine Misfires, Runs Rough or Is Unstable. Results:

OK STOP.
The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E801 Cylinder #1 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E802 (1) Cylinder #2 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E802 (3) Cylinder #2 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

E801 (1) Cylinder #1 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E801 (3) Cylinder #1 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown)

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Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

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E804 Cylinder #4 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E803 Cylinder #3 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E804 (1) Cylinder #4 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E804 (3) Cylinder #4 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E803 (1) Cylinder #3 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E803 (3) Cylinder #3 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E805 Cylinder #5 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

OK STOP.

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E805 (1) Cylinder #5 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting:

E805 (3) Cylinder #5 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect:

Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E807 Cylinder #7 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.
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OK STOP.

System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E806 Cylinder #6 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E807 (1) Cylinder #7 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E807 (3) Cylinder #7 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting:

E806 (1) Cylinder #6 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E806 (3) Cylinder #6 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off.

Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High).

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Results:

System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:
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OK STOP.

E808 Cylinder #8 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E809 (1) Cylinder #9 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E809 (3) Cylinder #9 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E808 (1) Cylinder #8 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E808 (3) Cylinder #8 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect:

OK STOP.
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If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E810 Cylinder #10 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

OK STOP.
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E809 Cylinder #9 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E810 (1) Cylinder #10 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E810 (3) Cylinder #10 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off.

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Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

Results:

OK STOP.
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E812 Cylinder #12 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response:

E811 Cylinder #11 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E812 (1) Cylinder #12 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E812 (3) Cylinder #12 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect:

E811 (1) Cylinder #11 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E811 (3) Cylinder #11 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High).

OK STOP.

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E814 (1) Cylinder #14 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E813 Cylinder #13 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E814 (3) Cylinder #14 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E813 (1) Cylinder #13 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E813 (3) Cylinder #13 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E815 Cylinder #15 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

OK STOP.
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E815 (1) Cylinder #15 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E814 Cylinder #14 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E815 (3) Cylinder #15 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected.

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The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

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E821 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

OK STOP.
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E816 Cylinder #16 High Exhaust Port Temp


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E821 (1) Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E821 (3) Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E816 (1) Cylinder #16 High Exhaust Port Temp


(warning)

E816 (3) Cylinder #16 High Exhaust Port Temp


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E822 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E823 (1) Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E823 (3) Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E822 (1) Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E822 (3) Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E824 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E823 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E824 (1) Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E824 (3) Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

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If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E826 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E825 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E826 (1) Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E826 (3) Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E825 (1) Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E825 (3) Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E827 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E828 (1) Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E828 (3) Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E827 (1) Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E827 (3) Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E829 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E828 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E829 (1) Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E829 (3) Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

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If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E831 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E830 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E831 (1) Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E831 (3) Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E830 (1) Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E830 (3) Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E832 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E833 (1) Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E833 (3) Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E832 (1) Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E832 (3) Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E834 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E833 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E834 (1) Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E834 (3) Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

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If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

OK STOP.
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E836 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E835 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating High


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is higher than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E836 (1) Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E836 (3) Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (High). Results:

E835 (1) Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (warning)

E835 (3) Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


High (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

193 Troubleshooting Section

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E841 Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E842 (1) Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E841 (3) Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E841 (1) Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E841 (3) Cyl #1 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E843 Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E842 Cyl #2 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E843 (1) Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E843 (3) Cyl #3 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

194 Troubleshooting Section

If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E845 Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E844 Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E845 (1) Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E845 (3) Cyl #5 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E844 (1) Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E844 (3) Cyl #4 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

195 Troubleshooting Section

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E846 Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E847 (1) Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E847 (3) Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E846 (1) Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E846 (3) Cyl #6 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E848 Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E847 Cyl #7 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E848 (1) Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E848 (3) Cyl #8 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

196 Troubleshooting Section

If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E850 Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E849 Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E850 (1) Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E850 (3) Cyl #10 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E849 (1) Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(warning)

E849 (3) Cyl #9 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


(shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E851 Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E852 (1) Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E852 (3) Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E851 (1) Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E851 (3) Cyl #11 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E853 Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

OK STOP.
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System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E852 Cyl #12 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired.

E853 (1) Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E853 (3) Cyl #13 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated.

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If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.
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E855 Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code:

OK STOP.
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E854 Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E855 (1) Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E855 (3) Cyl #15 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

E854 (1) Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E854 (3) Cyl #14 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded.

OK STOP.

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E856 Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating Low


SMCS Code: 1901-038 Conditions Which Generate This Code: The cylinder exhaust temperature is less than the average temperature for all of the cylinders. The amount of deviation has exceeded the trip point and the delay time has expired. System Response: The following event codes are logged according to the trip points for the temperature:

E856 (1) Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (warning)

E856 (3) Cyl #16 Exhaust Port Temp Deviating


Low (shutdown) If a warning is generated, the alarm output is activated. If a shutdown is generated, the shutdown output is activated and the fuel is shut off. Possible Performance Effect: If a warning is generated, the engine performance is not immediately affected. The engine will be shut down if the trip point for the shutdown is exceeded. Troubleshooting: Refer to Troubleshooting, Exhaust Port Temperature (Low). Results:

OK STOP.

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Diagnostic Functional Tests


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+5V Sensor Voltage Supply


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: The ECM supplies 5.0 0.5 VDC to the sensors for these parameters:

Inlet air temperature Engine oil temperature Unfiltered engine oil pressure Filtered engine oil pressure Fuel temperature Crankcase pressure
The ECM also provides 5 VDC to the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer on the control panel (if equipped). A +5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to ground diagnostic code will be activated if both of these conditions occur:

The desired speed signal wire is shorted to


ground.

The DESIRED SPEED potentiometer is near


the maximum desired speed or at the maximum desired speed. A +5 V sensor supply diagnostic code is probably caused by a short circuit or an open circuit in a harness. The next likely cause is a sensor problem. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. This troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

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Illustration 18 Schematic for the analog sensors

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Illustration 20 (6) Terminal strip in the control panel

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Illustration 19

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(1) ECM Connectors J1/P1 (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Connectors J6/P6 for the harness from the sensors on the left side of the engine (4) Connectors J5/P5 for the harness from the sensors on the right side of the engine (5) Connectors J4/P4 for the harness from the control panel (if equipped)

Illustration 21

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The inlet air temperature sensor is installed in the inlet air manifold between the two center cylinder heads on the right side of the engine. (7) Inlet air temperature sensor

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Illustration 22 Front view (8) Unfiltered engine oil pressure sensor (9) Engine oil temperature sensor (10) Filtered engine oil pressure sensor

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Illustration 23 Rear view (11) Fuel temperature sensor

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Illustration 24 Right side view near the front of the engine (12) Crankcase pressure sensor

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B. Thoroughly inspect each of the following connectors:

ECM J1/P1 connectors J4/P4, J5/P5, and J6/P6 connectors on the


terminal box

Each connection for the sensors The terminal strip inside the control panel (if
equipped)

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a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the ECM connector and the P5 connector and the P6 connector. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

Illustration 27 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-68) Return for the fuel temperature sensor (P6-69) 5 VDC for the fuel temperature sensor Illustration 25 Harness side of the ECM P1 connector (P1-2) +5 V supply (P1-3) Return
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b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the circuit for the sensors. c. Check the harnesses and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the sensors to the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK All of the connectors, pins, and sockets


Illustration 26 Harness side of the terminal box P5 connector (P5-15) Return for the engine oil temperature sensor (P5-17) +5 VDC for the engine oil temperature sensor (P5-25) Return for the unfiltered oil pressure sensor (P5-27) 5 VDC for the unfiltered oil pressure sensor (P5-33) Return for the filtered oil pressure sensor (P5-49) Return for the crankcase pressure sensor (P5-51) 5 VDC for the crankcase pressure sensor (P5-53) 5 VDC for the filtered oil pressure sensor (P5-59) Return for the inlet air temperature sensor (P5-61) 5 VDC for the inlet air temperature sensor
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are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. The components are in good condition with proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK At least one of the connectors, pins,


or sockets are not connected properly. At least one of the connectors or the wiring has corrosion, abrasion, and/or pinch points. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Connect ET to the service tool connector on the terminal box.

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Repair: There may be a problem with the wiring and/or a connector. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Verify that the wiring and/or connectors are OK. Check for diagnostic codes again. Proceed to Test Step 3, if necessary.

Test Step 3. Check the Analog Speed Circuit

Illustration 28 Control panel (if equipped) (1) DESIRED SPEED potentiometer

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B. Rotate the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (if equipped) counterclockwise to the minimum speed position. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Wait at least thirty seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for these codes:

Illustration 29 Control panel (if equipped) (1) DESIRED SPEED potentiometer

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262-03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to +batt

A. Rotate the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (if equipped) clockwise to the maximum speed position. Expected Result:

262-04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short


to ground The 262-03 code or the 262-04 code is not active. Results: E. Observe the Logged Diagnostic screen on the ET. Look for the same codes. Expected Result: The 262-03 code or the 262-04 code is not active or logged. Results:

No codes Rotating the DESIRED SPEED


potentiometer clockwise to the maximum speed position did not cause an active code. The +5 V sensor voltage supply is operating correctly at this time. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Active code Rotating the DESIRED SPEED


potentiometer clockwise to the maximum speed position caused an active code. There is a problem with the analog speed circuit. Proceed to Test Step 4.

No codes There are no active codes or logged


codes. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Active code The 262-03 code or the 262-04


code is active. Proceed to Test Step 6.

Logged code The 262-03 code or the 262-04


code is not active. However, there is at least one logged code for the +5 volt sensor supply.

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Test Step 4. Disconnect the J4 Connector and Check the Control Panel Wiring
A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position.

Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.


The wiring to the control panel and inside the control panel appears to be OK. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Not OK The resistance is less than 20,000


ohms. There is a problem with the wiring to the control panel or inside the control panel. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Carefully inspect the following items:

Connector J4 The harness from connector J4 to the control


panel

The inside of the control panel The terminal strip inside the control panel
Illustration 30 J4 connector on the terminal box
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B. Disconnect the J4 connector from the terminal box.

2. Verify that all connections and terminals are in good condition and free of moisture. Verify that the harness from the J4 connector to the control panel is in good condition. 3. Perform any necessary repairs or replace parts, if necessary. 4. Reconnect all of the connectors and perform this procedure again. Verify that the original problem is resolved. STOP.

Illustration 31 Harness connector J4

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(J4-X) Signal wire for the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (J4-x) Ground

C. Measure the resistance from terminal X to x on harness connector J4.

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Test Step 5. Check the Wiring Inside the Terminal Box

Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Not OK The resistance is less than 20,000


ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring inside the terminal box. Repair: Repair the connector and/or wiring, when possible. Replace the wiring, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 6. Isolate the Wiring Harnesses from the ECM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Illustration 32 (1) ECM connector P1

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A. Disconnect ECM connector P1.

Illustration 34 (1) ECM connector P1

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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal 2 and terminal 18 from the P1 connector.
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Illustration 33 ECM side of the P1 connector

C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Use ET to look for active diagnostic codes. Expected Result: No active codes Results:

(P1-16) Signal wire for the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (P1-69) Ground

B. Measure the resistance between terminals 16 and 69 of connector P1. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

No codes The 262-03 code or the 262-04 code


is not active. Disconnecting all of the +5 V wiring from the ECM eliminated the active 5 Volt Sensor Supply diagnostic code. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring in a harness. Proceed to Test Step 7.

OK The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.


The wiring inside the terminal box appears to be OK. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection.

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Active code The 262-03 code or the 262-04

code is active. Disconnecting all of the +5 V wiring from the ECM did not eliminate the +5 V diagnostic code. There may be a problem with the ECM. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM.

If the problem is resolved with the new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the original ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.
Illustration 36 Control panel (if equipped) (1) DESIRED SPEED potentiometer
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Test Step 7. Connect the +5 V Wiring for the Analog Speed Circuit to the ECM
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

C. Rotate the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (if equipped) clockwise to the maximum speed position. D. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. E. Use ET to look for diagnostic codes. Expected Result: No active codes Results:

No codes The 262-03 code or the 262-04


Illustration 35 ECM connector P1
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code is not active. Connecting the wiring for the analog speed circuit to the ECM did not cause a diagnostic code. The wiring for the analog speed circuit appears to be OK. Proceed to Test Step 8.

B. Insert terminal 18 into the P1 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is fully inserted into the connector.

Active code The 262-03 code or the 262-04


code is active. Connecting the wiring for the analog speed circuit to the ECM caused a diagnostic code. Proceed to Test Step 4.

Test Step 8. Connect the +5 V Wiring for the Sensors to the ECM
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

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Inlet air temperature Engine oil temperature Unfiltered engine oil pressure Filtered engine oil pressure Fuel temperature Crankcase pressure
Note: An Open Circuit code will be generated for each sensor that is disconnected. This is normal. Clear the codes after you complete this procedure. Expected Result: The original 5 Volt Sensor diagnostic code is deactivated when a particular sensor is disconnected. Results:

Illustration 37 ECM connector P1

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B. Insert terminal 2 into the P1 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is fully inserted into the connector. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Use ET to look for diagnostic codes. Expected Result:

Yes The original 5 Volt Sensor diagnostic

code is deactivated when a particular sensor is disconnected. The sensor and/or the wiring for the sensor has a short circuit. Repair: Perform the following procedure:

No active codes Results: 1. Reconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the diagnostic code recurs. 2. Disconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the diagnostic code is deactivated. If these conditions are true, replace the sensor. 3. Clear all of the diagnostic codes. Verify that the problem is eliminated. STOP. STOP.

No codes The 262-03 code or the 262-04


code is not active. Connecting the 5 VDC for the sensors did not cause a diagnostic code. The problem appears to be resolved. Repair: The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Resume normal operation.

Active code The 262-03 code or the 262-04


code is active. Connecting the 5 VDC for the sensors caused a diagnostic code. Proceed to Test Step 9.

No The original 5 Volt Sensor diagnostic code


is still active after all of the +5 V sensors are disconnected. Do not reconnect the sensors. Proceed to Test Step 10.

Test Step 9. Disconnect the +5 V Sensors and Look for Active Diagnostic Codes
A. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Verify that the 262-03 code or the 262-04 code is active. B. Disconnect the sensors for the following parameters one at a time. After you disconnect each sensor, wait for at least thirty seconds and then observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET.

Test Step 10. Check the Engine Harnesses


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Disconnect the P1 connector. Verify that all of the sensors for the following parameters are disconnected from the engine harness:

Inlet air temperature Engine oil temperature

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Unfiltered engine oil pressure Filtered engine oil pressure Fuel temperature Crankcase pressure

Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater


than 20,000 ohms. The +5 V wires in the engine harnesses do not have a problem. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is


less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +5 V wires in a harness. Proceed to Test Step 11.

Test Step 11. Check the Left Side Harness


Illustration 38 ECM side of the P1 ECM connector
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A. Disconnect the P6 connector. Verify that all of the sensors are disconnected.

C. Measure the resistance between terminal (2) of the P1 connector and the points that are listed in Table 8. During each measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors for the disconnected sensors. Also, wiggle the harness at the terminal boxs connectors.
Table 8

Measure the Resistance for the Engine Harness. Connector and Terminal P1-2 +5 V supply Connector and Terminal
Illustration 39
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P1-14 (inlet air temperature) P1-17 (engine oil temperature) P1-26 (unfiltered engine oil pressure) P1-24 (filtered engine oil pressure) P1-15 (fuel temperature) P1-25 (crankcase pressure) P1-3 (analog return) Ground strap for the engine P1-69 (battery terminal) P1-57 (unswitched +battery terminal) P1-70 (switched +battery terminal)

B. Measure the resistance between terminal (69) of the P6 connector and the points that are listed in Table 9. During each measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.

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Table 9

Measure the Resistance for the Left Engine Harness. Connector and Terminal P6-69 +5 V supply Connector and Terminal P6-55 (shield) P6-56 (fuel temperature) P6-68 (analog return) Ground strap for the engine P1-57 (unswitched +battery terminal) P1-69 (battery terminal) P1-70 (switched +battery terminal)

B. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 of the P1 connector and the points that are listed in Table 10. During each measurement, wiggle the wires in the terminal box in order to check for an intermittent problem. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors.
Table 10

Measure the Resistance for the Terminal Boxs Harness. Connector and Terminal P1-2 +5 V supply Connector and Terminal P1-14 (inlet air temperature) P1-17 (engine oil temperature) P1-26 (unfiltered engine oil pressure) P1-24 (filtered engine oil pressure) P1-15 (fuel temperature) P1-25 (crankcase pressure) P1-3 (analog return) Ground strap for the engine P1-69 (unswitched +battery terminal) P1-57 (battery terminal) P1-70 (switched +battery terminal)

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater

than 20,000 ohms. The +5 V wires in the left side harness do not have a problem. Proceed to Test Step 12. less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +5 V wires in the left side harness. Repair: Repair the left side harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is


Expected Result:

Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater


than 20,000 ohms. The +5 V wires in the terminal box do not have a short circuit. Proceed to Test Step 13.

Test Step 12. Check the Terminal Boxs Harness


A. Disconnect the P5 connector. Verify that P6 and P1 are also disconnected. This will isolate the terminal boxs harness.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +5 V wires in the terminal box. Repair: Repair the terminal boxs harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 13. Check the Right Side Harness


A. Reconnect connector P5. Verify that connectors P1 and P6 are disconnected.
Illustration 40 ECM side of the P1 ECM connector
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Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors and resume normal operation. STOP.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance


is less than 20,000 ohms. Connecting P5 to the terminal box causes a resistance check to fail. At least one of the +5 V wires in the right side harness has a problem. Repair: Repair the right side harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary.
Illustration 41 ECM side of the P1 ECM connector
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STOP.

B. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 of the P1 connector and the points that are listed in Table 11. During each measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors for the disconnected sensors. Also, wiggle the harness at the terminal boxs connectors.
Table 11

+8V Sensor Voltage Supply


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: The ECM supplies 8.0 0.8 VDC to these sensors:

Sensor for engine coolant pressure All of the detonation sensors


A +8 V sensor supply diagnostic code is probably caused by a short circuit or an open circuit in a harness. The next likely cause is a sensor problem. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. This troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.
Connector and Terminal P1-14 (inlet air temperature) P1-17 (engine oil temperature) P1-26 (unfiltered engine oil pressure) P1-24 (filtered engine oil pressure) P1-15 (fuel temperature) P1-25 (crankcase pressure) P1-3 (analog return) Ground strap for the engine P1-69 (unswitched +battery terminal) P1-57 (battery terminal) P1-70 (switched +battery terminal)

Measure the Resistance for the Harnesses. Connector and Terminal P1-2 +5 V supply

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater than


20,000 ohms. The problem seems to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection.

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Illustration 42 Schematic for the 8 V sensors

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring.


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

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Illustration 43

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Illustration 45 Right side of the engine (7) P675/J675 6-pin connectors (8) Connector for a detonation sensor

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(1) ECM connector J2/P2 (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) J6/P6 connectors for the harness from the sensors on the left side of the engine (4) J5/P5 connectors for the harness from the sensors on the right side of the engine

Illustration 46 Illustration 44 Right side and top view of the engine (AA) Top view of the engine (5) Sensor for engine coolant pressure (6) J215/P215 connector for the engine coolant pressure sensor
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Left side of the engine (9) J676/P676 6-pin connectors (10) Connector for a detonation sensor

B. Thoroughly inspect each of the following connectors:

Connectors (J2/P2) for the ECM (J215/P215) connectors for the engine coolant
pressure sensor

Terminal box (J5/P5) and (J6/P6) connectors

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Ignition / detonation rail (J675/P675) and


(J676/P676) connectors

All the connectors for the detonation sensors


a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the ECM connector and the P5 connector and the P6 connector. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

Illustration 49 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-53) Shield for the left side detonation sensors (P6-54) Return for the left side detonation sensors (P6-67) +8 V supply for the left side detonation sensors

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b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the circuit for the 8 V sensors.
Illustration 47 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-54) Return for the right side detonation sensors (P2-55) Return for the left side detonation sensors (P2-56) +8 V supply for the right side detonation sensors (P2-57) +8 V supply for the left side detonation sensors (P2-65) +8 V supply for the engine coolant pressure sensor (P2-66) Return for the engine coolant pressure sensor
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c. Check the harness and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the sensors to the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK All of the connectors, pins, and sockets


are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. The components are in good condition with proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK At least one of the connectors, pins,


and sockets are connected properly. At least one of the connectors and/or the wiring have corrosion, abrasion, and/or pinch points.
Illustration 48 Harness side of the terminal box P5 connector (P5-11) Shield for the engine coolant pressure sensor (P5-13) Shield for the right side detonation sensors (P5-21) Return for the engine coolant pressure sensor (P5-23) Return for the right side detonation sensors (P5-31) +8 V supply for the right side detonation sensors (P5-37) +8 V supply for the engine coolant pressure sensor
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Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Connect ET to the service tool connector on the terminal box. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. B. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Wait at least thirty seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for these codes:

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41-03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 41-04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
C. Observe the Logged Diagnostic screen on ET. Look for the same codes. Expected Result: The 41-03 code or the 41-04 code is not active. Results:

1. Reconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the diagnostic code recurs. 2. Disconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the diagnostic code is deactivated. If these conditions are true, repair the sensor or the sensors harness. Replace parts, if necessary. 3. Clear all of the diagnostic codes. Verify that the problem is eliminated. STOP.

No codes The 41-03 code or the 41-04 code is


not active. The +8 volt sensor supply is operating correctly at this time. STOP.

No The original 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic

Active code The 41-03 code or the 41-04 code


is active. Proceed to Test Step 3.

code is still active after all of the +8 V sensors are disconnected. Do not reconnect the sensors. Proceed to Test Step 4.

Logged code The 41-03 code or the 41-04


code is not active. However, there is at least one logged code for the 8 volt sensor supply. Repair: There may be a problem with the wiring and/or a connector. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Verify that the wiring and/or connectors are OK. Check for diagnostic codes again. Proceed to Test Step 3, if necessary.

Test Step 4. Isolate the Wiring Harnesses from the ECM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Test Step 3. Disconnect the 8 V Sensors and Look for Active Diagnostic Codes.
A. Turn on the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Verify that the 41-03 or 41-04 code is active. B. Disconnect each 8 V sensor one at a time. After you disconnect each sensor, wait for at least two seconds and then observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Note: An Open Circuit code will be generated for each sensor that is disconnected. This is normal. Clear the codes after you complete this procedure. Expected Result: The original 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic code is deactivated when a particular sensor is disconnected. Results:
Illustration 50 (1) ECM connector P2
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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the terminal 56, 57, and 65 from the P2 connector. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Wait for thirty seconds and then observe the Active Diagnostics screen on the ET. Determine if a 41-03 code or a 41-04 code is active.

Yes The original 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic


code is deactivated when a particular sensor is disconnected. The sensor and/or the wiring for the sensor has a short circuit. Repair: Perform the following procedure:

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Expected Result: No active codes Results:

C. Disconnect the P2 connector. Verify that all of the sensors for the following parameters are disconnected from the engine harnesses:

Engine coolant pressure sensor All of the detonation sensors

No codes The 41-03 code or the 41-04 code is

not active. Disconnecting all of the +8 V wiring from the ECM eliminated the active 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic code. There is a problem in a connector and/or the wiring in a harness. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Active code The 41-03 code or the 41-04


code is not active. Disconnecting all of the +8 V wiring from the ECM eliminated the active 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic code. There may be a problem with the ECM. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. If the problem is resolved with the new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the original ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.
Illustration 52
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Test Step 5. Check the Engine Harnesses


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Note: For the functions of the terminals, refer to Table 12. D. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 12. During each measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors for the sensors and the terminal box.

Illustration 51 ECM connector P2

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B. Insert terminals 56, 57, and 65 into the P2 connector. Pull on each wire in order to verify that the terminals are fully inserted into the connector.

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Table 12

Not OK At least one check of the resistance


Connector and Terminal P2-68 (Engine coolant pressure) P2-66 (Return)

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P2-65 (+8 VDC)

is less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring in a harness. Proceed to Test Step 6.

Test Step 6. Check the Left Side Harness and the Left Side Ignition / Detonation Rail Wiring
A. Disconnect the P6 connector. Thoroughly inspect the P6/J6 connectors for corrosion and moisture. Ensure that the connectors are in good condition. Verify that all of the detonation sensors on the left side of the engine are disconnected. This will isolate the left side harness and the ignition / detonation rail wiring.

P2-56 (+8 VDC)

P2-36 (Detonation sensor) P2-37 (Detonation sensor) P2-38 (Detonation sensor) P2-39 (Detonation sensor) P2-54 (Return)

P2-57 (+8 VDC)

P2-44 (Detonation sensor) P2-45 (Detonation sensor) P2-46 (Detonation sensor) P2-47 (Detonation sensor) P2-55 (Return)

P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC)

Engine ground

P1-69 (Battery terminal)


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Illustration 53

P1-57 (Unswitched +Battery)

Terminal box side of the P6 connector For the functions of the terminals, refer to Table 13.

P1-70 (Switched +Battery)

B. Measure the resistance between terminal 67 of the P6 connector and each of the points that are listed in the following table:
Table 13

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P6-67 (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal P6-66 (Detonation sensor) P6-65 (Detonation sensor) P6-64 (Detonation sensor)

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

P6-63 (Detonation sensor) P6-54 (Return) P6-53 (Shield) Ground strap for the engine

OK Each check of the resistance is greater than


20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires and connectors in all of the engine harnesses do not have a problem. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.

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Results:

Repair: Repair the left side harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

OK Each check of the resistance for the left


side harness and the ignition / detonation rail wiring is greater than 20,000 ohms. The +8 volt wires in the left side harness and the left side ignition / detonation rail do not have a problem. Proceed to Test Step 9.

Test Step 8. Check the Wiring Inside the Left Side Ignition / Detonation Rail
A. Verify that P676 and all of the left side detonation sensors are disconnected. This will isolate the wiring inside the left side ignition / detonation rail.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring in either the left side harness or the wiring inside the left side ignition / detonation rail. Proceed to Test Step 7.

Test Step 7. Check the Wiring in the Left Side Harness


A. Verify that connector P6 is disconnected. Disconnect the P676 connector from the ignition / detonation rail. This will isolate the left side harness. Thoroughly inspect the J676/P676 connectors for corrosion and moisture. Ensure that the connectors are in good condition. B. Measure the resistance between terminal 67 of the P6 connector and each of points that are listed in the following table:
Table 14 Illustration 54 J676 is attached to the left side ignition / detonation rail. For the functions of the terminals, refer to Table 15.
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Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P6-67 (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal P6-66 (Detonation sensor) P6-65 (Detonation sensor) P6-64 (Detonation sensor) P6-63 (Detonation sensor) P6-54 (Return) P6-53 (Shield) Ground strap for the engine

B. Measure the resistance between terminal A of the J676 connector on the ignition / detonation rail and each of the points that are listed in the following table:
Table 15

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal J676-A (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal J676-B (Return) J676-C (Detonation sensor) J676-D (Detonation sensor) J676-E (Detonation sensor) J676-F (Detonation sensor) Ground strap for the engine

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater

than 20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires in the left side engine harness do not have a problem when the ignition / detonation rail is disconnected. There is a problem in the +8 V wiring inside the left side ignition / detonation rail. Proceed to Test Step 8. less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +8 V wires in the left side harness.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

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Results:

OK Each check of the resistance is greater


than 20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires inside the ignition / detonation rail do not have a problem. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

B. Measure the resistance between terminal 31 of the P5 connector and each of points that are listed in the following table:
Table 16

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P5-31 (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal P5-38 (Detonation sensor) P5-30 (Detonation sensor) P5-29 (Engine coolant pressure) P5-23 (Return) P5-22 (Detonation sensor) P5-21 (Return) P5-13 (Shield) P5-12 (Detonation sensor) P5-11 (Shield) Ground strap for the engine

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is


less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +8 V wires inside the left side ignition / detonation rail. Repair: The short circuit is probably caused by a poor electrical connection and/or a wiring problem inside the rail. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. STOP. Expected Result:

Test Step 9. Check the Right Side Harness and the Right Side Ignition / Detonation Rail Wiring
A. Disconnect the P5 connector. Thoroughly inspect the P5/J5 connectors for corrosion and moisture. Ensure that the connectors are in good condition. Verify that all of the detonation sensors on the right side of the engine are disconnected. Verify that the J215/P215 connector for the engine coolant pressure is disconnected. This will isolate the right side harness and the ignition / detonation rail wiring.

Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK Each check of the resistance for the right

side harness and the ignition / detonation rail wiring is greater than 20,000 ohms. The +8 volt wires in the right side harness and the right side ignition / detonation rail do not have a problem. Proceed to Test Step 12. less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the +8 V wires in either the right side harness or the wiring inside the right side ignition / detonation rail. Proceed to Test Step 10.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

Test Step 10. Check the Wiring in the Right Side Harness
A. Verify that J215 is disconnected. Verify that P5 is disconnected. Disconnect the P675 connector from the ignition / detonation rail. This will isolate the right side harness. Thoroughly inspect the J675/P675 connectors for corrosion and moisture. Ensure that the connectors are in good condition. B. Measure the resistance between terminal 31 of the J5 connector and each of points that are listed in the following table:

Illustration 55 Terminal box side of the P5 connector For the functions of the terminals, refer to Table 16.

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Table 17

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P5-31 (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal P5-38 (Detonation sensor) P5-30 (Detonation sensor) P5-29 (Engine coolant pressure) P5-23 (Return) P5-22 (Detonation sensor) P5-21 (Return) P5-21 (Shield) P5-12 (Detonation sensor) P5-11 (Shield) Ground strap for the engine
Illustration 56 For the functions of the terminals, refer to Table 18.
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J675 is attached to the right side ignition / detonation rail.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

B. Measure the resistance between terminal A of the J675 connector on the ignition / detonation rail and each of the points that are listed in the following table:
Table 18

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal J675-A (+8 V supply) Connector and Terminal J675-B (Return) J675-C (Detonation sensor) J675-D (Detonation sensor) J675-E (Detonation sensor) P675-F (Detonation sensor) Ground strap for the engine

OK Each check of the resistance is greater than


20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires in the right side engine harness do not have a problem when the ignition / detonation rail is disconnected. There is a problem in the +8 V wiring inside the right side ignition / detonation rail. Proceed to Test Step 11.

Not OK At least one check of the resistance is


less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +8 V wires in the right side harness. Repair: Repair the right side harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

Test Step 11. Check the Wiring Inside the Right Side Ignition / Detonation Rail
A. Verify that P675 and all of the right side detonation sensors are disconnected. This will isolate the wiring inside the right side ignition / detonation rail.

OK Each check of the resistance is greater


than 20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires inside the right side ignition / detonation rail do not have a problem. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

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Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

Table 19

less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or at least one of the +8 V wires inside the right side ignition / detonation rail. Repair: The short circuit is probably caused by a poor electrical connection and/or a wiring problem inside the rail. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. STOP.

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P2-65 (+8 VDC) Connector and Terminal P2-68 (Engine coolant pressure) P2-66 (Return) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-36 (Detonation sensor) P2-37 (Detonation sensor) P2-38 (Detonation sensor) P2-39 (Detonation sensor) P2-54 (Return) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-44 (Detonation sensor) P2-45 (Detonation sensor) P2-46 (Detonation sensor) P2-47 (Detonation sensor) P2-55 (Return) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P2-65 (+8 VDC) P2-56 (+8 VDC) P2-57 (+8 VDC) P1-70 (Switched +Battery) P1-57 (Unswitched +Battery) P1-69 (Battery terminal) Engine ground

Test Step 12. Check the Terminal Boxs Harness


A. Verify that the P5 and P6 connectors are disconnected. Also verify that the P2 connector is disconnected. This will isolate the terminal boxs harness.

Expected Result: Each check of the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.
Illustration 57
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Results:

Note: For the functions of the terminals, see Table 19. B. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 19. During each measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors.

OK Each check of the resistance is greater


than 20,000 ohms. The +8 V wires in the terminal box do not have a problem. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Reconnect all of the connectors. Resume normal operation. STOP.

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Not OK At least one check of the resistance is

less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem in a connector and/or at least one of the +8 V wires in the terminal box.

Repair: Repair the terminal boxs harness, when possible. Replace the terminal boxs harness, if necessary. STOP.
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Air/Fuel Pressure Module


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: Tubes that connect the air/fuel pressure module to the inlet air manifold and the fuel manifold enable the module to sense the absolute inlet manifold air pressure and fuel pressure. The module calculates the differential pressure between the fuel manifold and the inlet air manifold. This fuel differential pressure is the value of the fuel pressure minus the value of the inlet manifold air pressure. The module sends PWM signals that represent the inlet manifold air pressure and the fuel differential pressure to the ECM. The ECM uses the information to help calculate the fuel flow. The most likely causes of the diagnostic code are a poor connection or a problem in a wiring harness. The next likely cause is a problem with the module. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. The troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

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Illustration 58 Schematic for the air/fuel pressure module

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring

Illustration 60 (4) Harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module Illustration 59
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(1) ECM J1/P1 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM (3) Terminal box J6/P6 connectors for the left engine harness

B. Thoroughly inspect each of the following connectors:

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

ECM J1/P1 connectors Terminal box J6/P6 connectors Harness connectors for the air/fuel pressure
module a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for connectors P1 and P6. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

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Illustration 61 Harness side of the ECM P1 connector (10) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure (11) PWM signal for the fuel differential pressure (69) -Battery (70) Keyswitch +Battery

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Illustration 62 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (11) Keyswitch +Battery (21) -Battery (22) PWM signal for the fuel differential pressure (30) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure

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b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the circuit for the air/fuel pressure module. c. Check the harnesses and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the air/fuel pressure module to the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK All of the connectors, pins, and sockets


are properly connected. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. The components are in good condition with proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK At least one of the connectors, pins,


or sockets are not connected properly. At least one of the connectors or the wiring has corrosion, abrasion, and/or pinch points.

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Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

If any of the codes are logged and the engine is not operating properly, troubleshoot the symptom. Refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting without a Diagnostic Code. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. B. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for these codes:

Test Step 3. Verify the Supply Voltage to the Module


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position.

94-03 Fuel Pressure open/short to +batt 94-08 Fuel Pressure noisy 106-03 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor short to +batt 106-08 Air Inlet Pressure Sensor noisy signal
C. Determine whether any of the same codes are logged. Expected Result: None of the above diagnostic codes are active or logged. Results:
Illustration 63 Harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module (A) Keyswitch +Battery (B) -Battery (C) PWM signal for the differential pressure of the fuel manifold and the inlet air manifold (D) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure
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OK (No codes) None of the above diagnostic

codes are active or logged. The problem seems to be resolved. The air/fuel pressure module is operating correctly at this time. Repair: The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. For intermittent problems, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

B. Disconnect the harness connector from the air/fuel pressure module. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Measure the voltage between terminals A and B on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module. Wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem. Expected Result: The voltage between terminals A and B on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module is approximately 24 VDC. Results:

STOP.

Not OK (Active code) There is an active

diagnostic code for the air/fuel pressure module. Proceed to Test Step 3. diagnostic codes for the air/fuel pressure module. However, there is a logged code for the air/fuel pressure module. Repair: There may be a problem with the wiring and/or a connector. Attempt to activate the code by performing another pull test on the wires that are associated with the air/fuel pressure module. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

No (Logged code) There are no active

OK The voltage between terminals A and B


on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module is approximately 24 VDC. Proceed to Test Step 4.

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Not OK The voltage between terminals A

and B on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module is not approximately 24 VDC. Repair: Use the following procedure to verify the supply voltage at the terminal box.

Illustration 64

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(1) ECM J1/P1 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM (3) Terminal box J6/P6 connectors for the left engine harness

1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. 2. Disconnect connectors (J6/P6). 3. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.

Illustration 65 Bottom of the terminal box Terminal box J6 connector (J6-11) Keyswitch +Battery (J6-21) -Battery

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4. Measure the voltage between terminals (J6-11) and (J6-21). Wiggle the harness in the terminal box in order to check for an intermittent problem. The correct voltage between terminals (J6-11) and (J6-21) is approximately 24 VDC. If the correct voltage is found on the J6 connector, there is a problem in the wiring harness between the P6 connector and the air/fuel pressure module. Repair the harness or replace the harness. If the correct voltage is not found on the J6 connector, there may be a problem in the terminal box. Verify the voltage from the ECM. a. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. b. Disconnect the ECM J1/P1 connectors. c. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.

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Illustration 67 Harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module (A) Keyswitch +Battery (B) -Battery (C) PWM signal for the fuel differential pressure (D) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure

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Illustration 66 ECM J1 connector (J1-69) -Battery (J1-70) Keyswitch +Battery

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B. Connect a jumper wire with the appropriate connectors on the ends between terminal A on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module and terminal A on the modules receptacle. Connect another jumper wire between terminal B on the harness connector for the air/fuel pressure module and terminal B on the modules receptacle. C. Use a multimeter to measure the duty cycle and the frequency of the suspect signal. a. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. b. Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals B and C on the modules receptacle. c. Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals B and D on the modules receptacle. Expected Result: The duty cycle between terminals C, D and terminal B is between 17 and 95 percent and the frequency is between 450 and 600 Hz. Results:

d. Measure the voltage between terminals (J1-69) and (J1-70). The correct voltage between terminals (J1-69) and (J1-70) is approximately 24 VDC. If the correct voltage is found on the ECM J1 connector, there is a problem with the terminal boxs wiring. Repair the wiring or replace the wiring. If the correct voltage is not found on the ECM P1 connector, there may be a problem with the electrical power supply. For further information on troubleshooting the electrical power supply, refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Power Supply. STOP.

Test Step 4. Check for a Signal from the Module


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position.

Yes The duty cycle and the frequency of the


suspect signal is correct. The module is operating correctly. Proceed to Test Step 5.

No The duty cycle and/or the frequency of the


suspect signal is not correct. The module is not operating correctly.

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Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. Remove the jumper wires from the connectors for the air/fuel pressure module module. Replace the air/fuel pressure module. STOP.

a. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. b. Insert a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe into terminal (P6-21). Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals (P6-21) and (P6-22). Wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem. c. Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals (P6-21) and (P6-30). Wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem. Expected Result:

Test Step 5. Check for a Signal to the Terminal Box


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. B. Remove the jumper wires from the connectors for the air/fuel pressure module. Reconnect the engine harness to the air/fuel pressure module.

The duty cycle between terminals (P6-22), (P6-30), and (P6-21) is between 17 and 95 percent and the frequency is between 450 and 600 Hz. Results:

Yes The duty cycle and the frequency of the


suspect signal is correct. The module is operating correctly and the harness between the module and the terminal box P6 connector is OK. There may be a problem in the terminal box. Repair: Remove the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe. Reinstall the disconnected terminals. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation. Proceed to Test Step 6.

No The duty cycle and the frequency of the


suspect signal is not correct. The module is operating correctly but there is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring in the engine harness. Repair: Remove the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe. Reinstall the disconnected terminals. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation. Repair the harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary.
Illustration 68 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-22) PWM signal for the fuel differential pressure (P6-30) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure (P6-21) -Battery
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STOP.

Test Step 6. Check for a Signal at the ECM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position.

C. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P6-22) and (P6-30) from the harness side of the terminal box P6 connector. Label the wires. D. Use a multimeter to check the signals from the removed terminals.

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Expected Result: The duty cycle for terminals (P1-10), (P1-11), and (P1-69) is between 17 and 95 percent and the frequency is between 450 and 600 Hz. Results:

Yes The duty cycle and the frequency of the


suspect signal is correct. The ECM is receiving a valid signal. However, a diagnostic code is activated for the air/fuel pressure module. There may be a problem with the ECM. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. Remove the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe. Reinstall the terminals into the P1 connector. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation. It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the condition is not resolved, replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. Verify that the problem is resolved.
Illustration 69 Harness side of the ECM P1 connector (P1-10) PWM signal for the inlet manifold air pressure (P1-11) PWM signal for the fuel differential pressure (P1-69) -Battery
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STOP.

No The duty cycle and the frequency of the


suspect signal is not correct. The module is operating correctly and the engine harness is OK. However, the ECM is not receiving a valid signal. There is a problem with the wiring in the terminal box. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position. Remove the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe. Reinstall the terminals into the P1 connector. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation. Repair the connector(s) and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the connector(s) and/or the wiring, if necessary. STOP.
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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P1-10) and (P1-11) from the harness side of the ECM P1 connector. Label the wires. C. Use a multimeter to check the signals from the removed terminals. a. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. b. Insert a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe into terminal (P1-69). Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals (P1-69) and (P1-10). Wiggle the harness in the terminal box in order to check for an intermittent problem. c. Measure the duty cycle and the frequency between terminals (P1-69) and (P1-11). Wiggle the harness in the terminal box in order to check for an intermittent problem.

Analog Sensor Signal


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: Use this procedure to troubleshoot diagnostic codes for open circuits or short circuits for the sensors of these parameters:

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Inlet air temperature Engine coolant temperature Engine oil temperature Unfiltered engine oil pressure Filtered engine oil pressure Crankcase Pressure Fuel Temperature
The engine coolant temperature sensor does not require +5 VDC from the ECM. The engine coolant temperature sensor is an analog type of passive sensor. The sensor operates without a voltage supply from the ECM. The ECM can be configured for one of these types of speed control:

Potentiometer 4-20 ma
The DESIRED SPEED potentiometer (if equipped) must be supplied with +5 VDC from the ECM. If the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer has a short circuit or the potentiometers wiring has a short circuit, a 262-03 or 262-04 diagnostic code may be activated. There are no diagnostic codes for the circuit of the DESIRED SPEED potentiometer. The -03 code is probably caused by a problem in an engine harness. There may be an open circuit in a harness, or a short circuit to a positive voltage source in a harness. The next likely cause is a sensor problem. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. The -04 code is probably caused by a short circuit to ground in an engine harness. The next likely cause is a sensor problem. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. This troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic code after the problem is resolved.

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Illustration 70

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Schematic for the analog sensors

Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring


Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Illustration 71 Terminal Box

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Illustration 72

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(1) ECM connector J2/P2 (2) ECM connector J1/P1 (3) 16 amp circuit breaker (4) J6/P6 connectors for the harness from the sensors on the left side of the engine (5) J5/P5 connectors for the harness from the sensors on the right side of the engine

The inlet air temperature sensor is installed in the inlet manifold between the two cylinder heads on the right side of the engine. (6) Inlet air temperature sensor

A. Thoroughly inspect each of the following connectors:

J2/P2and J1/P1 ECM connectors J5/P5 and J6/P6 connectors on the terminal
box a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the ECM connector and the P5 connector and the P6 connector. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

Illustration 73 Right side view and top side view of the engine (AA) Top view of the engine (7) Engine coolant temperature sensor

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Illustration 74 Front view (8) Unfiltered engine oil pressure (9) Engine oil temperature (10) Filtered engine oil pressure

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Illustration 76 Rear view (12) Fuel temperature sensor

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b. Inspect each electrical connection for the analog sensors. Check the harnesses and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from each of the analog sensors to the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK All of the connectors, pins, and sockets


Illustration 75 Right side view near the front of the engine (11) Crankcase pressure sensor
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are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. The components are in good condition with proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK At least one of the connectors, pins,


and/or sockets are not connected properly. At least one of the connectors and/or the wiring have corrosion, abrasion, and/or pinch points. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

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Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Connect ET to the service tool connector.

Table 20

Analog Sensor Diagnostic Codes 100-03 Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt Engine Oil Pressure short to ground Crankcase Pressure open/short to +batt Crankcase Pressure short to ground Engine Coolant Temperature open/short to +batt Engine Coolant Temperature short to ground Intake Manifold Air Temp open/short to +batt Intake Manifold Air Temp short to ground Fuel Temperature open/short to +batt Fuel Temperature short to ground Engine Oil Temperature open/short to +batt Engine Oil Temperature short to ground Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure open/short to +batt Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure short to ground

B. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. C. Clear any logged diagnostic codes. D. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for these codes:

100-04 101-03 101-04 110-03 110-04 172-03

262-03 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short to +batt 262-04 5 Volt Sensor DC Power Supply short
to +batt Expected Result: The 262-03 code or the 262-04 code is not active. Results:

172-04 174-03 174-04 175-03 175-04 542-03 542-04

No codes There are no active codes. The +5 V


sensor voltage supply is operating correctly at this time. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Active code There is an active 5 Volt Sensor DC


Power Supply diagnostic code. This procedure will not work when this type of code is active.

B. If one of the above codes is active, identify the type of diagnostic according to the condition: the diagnostic code is either open/short to +batt (FMI 03) or short to ground (FMI 04). Expected Result: None of the above codes are active. Note: There are no diagnostic codes for the DESIRED SPEED signal. Results:

Repair: Refer to Troubleshooting, +5V Sensor Voltage Supply. STOP.

Test Step 3. Check for Active Analog Sensor Diagnostic Codes


A. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for the codes that are listed in Table 20:

No active codes None of the above codes are


active. Repair: If any of the above codes are logged and the engine is not running properly, refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Without a Diagnostic Code. If the engine is running properly at this time, there may be an intermittent problem in the harness that is causing the codes to be logged. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. STOP.

Active open/short to +batt (FMI 03) There is


an active open/short to +batt diagnostic code. If you are troubleshooting the sensor for engine coolant temperature, proceed to Test Step 6. Otherwise, proceed to Test Step 5.

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Active short to ground (FMI 04) There is an

active short to ground diagnostic code. Proceed to Test Step 4.

Test Step 4. Create an Open Circuit for the Sensor


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Disconnect the sensor that has the short to ground diagnostic code. C. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Allow a minimum of thirty seconds for any codes to activate. Look for an active open/short to +batt diagnostic code. Expected Result: There is an active open/short to +batt diagnostic code for the disconnected sensor. Results:
Illustration 77 Harness connectors for the various sensors (A) +5 volt supply (B) Return (C) Signal
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B. At the harness connector for the suspect sensor, measure the voltage between terminal A and terminal B. Expected Result: The voltage between terminal A and terminal B is 5.0 0.5 VDC. Results:

Yes Before the suspect sensor was


disconnected, there was an active short to ground diagnostic code. After the suspect sensor was disconnected, there was an active open/short to +batt diagnostic code. Repair: Reconnect the sensor. If the active short to ground diagnostic code recurs, replace the original sensor. Verify that the code does not activate when the new sensor is installed. Clear the logged diagnostic code from the ECM. STOP.

OK The voltage between terminal A and

terminal B is 5.0 0.5 VDC. +5 V is present at the sensor connector. Proceed to Test Step 6. B is not 5.0 0.5 VDC. +5 V is not present at the sensor connector. The +5 V supply voltage must be present at the sensor in order to continue this procedure. The +5 V wiring problem may be inside the terminal box, or in an engine harness. Repair: Verify that the wiring and/or connectors are OK. Repair any faulty wiring and/or connectors, when possible. Replace any faulty wiring and/or connectors, if necessary. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Check for diagnostic codes again. STOP.

Not OK The voltage between terminal A and

Not OK Before the suspect sensor was


disconnected, there was an active short to ground diagnostic code. After the suspect sensor was disconnected, the active short to ground diagnostic code remained. If you are troubleshooting the sensor for engine coolant temperature, proceed to Test Step 6. Otherwise, proceed to Test Step 5.

Test Step 6. Check the Pull-Up Voltage at the Sensor


A. Verify that the suspect sensors connector is disconnected from the engine harness.

Test Step 5. Check the Supply Voltage at the Sensor Connector


A. Verify that the suspect sensor is disconnected from the engine harness.

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Table 21

Sensor Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Engine Oil Temperature Sensor Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure Sensor Filtered Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
Illustration 78 Harness connectors for the various sensors (A) +5 volt supply (B) Return (C) Signal
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Signal Terminal P5-60 P5-42 P5-16 P5-26 P5-34 P5-50 P6-56

Crankcase Pressure Fuel Temperature

B. At the harness connector for the suspect sensor, measure the voltage between terminal B and terminal C. Expected Result: The voltage between terminal B and terminal C is 6.5 0.5 VDC. Results:

OK The voltage between terminal B and

terminal C is 6.5 0.5 VDC. The pull-up voltage that is created by the ECM is present at the sensor connector. The signal wire and the return wire for the suspect sensor appear to be OK. Proceed to Test Step 9.
Illustration 79 Bottom view of terminal box (P5-16) (P5-26) (P5-34) (P5-42) (P5-50) (P5-59) (P5-60) (P6-56) Engine Oil Temperature Unfiltered Engine Oil Pressure Filtered Engine Oil Pressure Engine Coolant Temperature Crankcase Pressure Return Inlet Air Temperature Fuel Temperature
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Not OK The voltage between terminal B and


terminal C is not 6.5 0.5 VDC. Proceed to Test Step 7.

Test Step 7. Check the Pull-Up Voltage at the Terminal Box


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Refer to Table 21. Determine the signal terminal for the suspect sensor.

C. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the signal terminal that is appropriate for the suspect sensor. D. Fabricate a jumper wire with Deutsch sockets on the ends. Insert one end of the jumper wire into the open terminal of the P5 or P6 connector. Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. E. Connect a multimeter lead to the end of the jumper wire that is not inserted into the connector.

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F. Insert a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe into terminal 59 of the P5 connector. G. Connect the other multimeter lead to the probe.

Reinstall the terminal that was removed from the terminal boxs connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. Proceed to Test Step 8.

H. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the ON position. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. I. Measure the pull-up voltage. Expected Result: The pull-up voltage for the suspect sensor at the terminal box is 6.5 0.5 VDC. Results:

Test Step 8. Check the Pull-Up Voltage at the ECM


A. Verify that the Engine Control Switch is in the OFF/RESET position. Verify that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF.

OK The pull-up voltage for the suspect sensor

at the terminal box is 6.5 0.5 VDC. The pull-up voltage that is created by the ECM is present at terminal box P5 connector. There is a problem with the right side engine harness or a harness connector. Repair: Perform the following procedure: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Disconnect the multimeter leads.
Illustration 80
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Locations of the signal wires on the harness side of the P1 connector (14) Inlet manifold air temperature (15) Fuel temperature (16) Desired engine speed (17) Oil temperature (18) +5 V supply (19) Unused ground for the ECM (24) Filtered oil pressure (25) Crankcase pressure (26) Unfiltered oil pressure (27) Engine coolant temperature (35) Analog return

Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the terminal boxs connector. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from the ECM connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. Repair any faulty wiring and/or connectors, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the signal wire for the suspect sensor from the P1 connector. C. Use a jumper wire with Deutsch sockets on the ends. Insert one end of the jumper wire into the open terminal of the P1 connector. D. Connect a multimeter lead to the end of the jumper wire that is not inserted into the connector. E. At the harness side of the P1 connector, insert a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe along terminal 3. F. Connect the other multimeter lead to the probe. G. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. H. Measure the pull-up voltage at the ECM.

Not OK. The pull-up voltage for the suspect


Repair: Perform the following procedure:

sensor at the terminal box is not 6.5 0.5 VDC.

Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Disconnect the multimeter leads. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the terminal boxs connector.

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Expected Result: The pull-up voltage for the suspect sensor at the ECM is 6.5 0.5 VDC. Results:

Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Reconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the open/short to +batt diagnostic code recurs. 2. Disconnect the suspect sensor. Verify that the open/short to +batt diagnostic code is deactivated. 3. Connect the new connector. Verify that no diagnostic codes are activated. If these conditions are true, replace the faulty sensor with the new sensor. For the proper torque value for the new sensor, refer to Specifications, RENR5907. 4. Clear all of the diagnostic codes. Verify that the problem has been resolved. STOP.

OK The pull-up voltage for the suspect sensor


at the ECM is 6.5 0.5 VDC. The ECM is producing a pull-up voltage that is valid. There is a problem with the signal wire between P1 and P5 inside the terminal box. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Perform the following procedure: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Disconnect the multimeter leads. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the P1 connector. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from the P1 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. Verify that the wiring and/or connectors are OK. Repair any faulty wiring and/or connectors, when possible. Replace any wiring and/or connectors, if necessary. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. STOP.

Not OK The active open/short to +batt code


remains. Connecting a new sensor did not resolve the problem. Proceed to Test Step 10.

Test Step 10. Check the Operation of the ECM

Not OK. The pull-up voltage for the suspect


sensor at the ECM is not 6.5 0.5 VDC. Proceed to Test Step 10.

Test Step 9. Check the Sensor


A. Temporarily connect a sensor that is known to be good to the engine harness. B. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. C. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for any codes to activate. Expected Result: No diagnostic codes are activated. Results:
Illustration 81
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Locations of the signal wires on the harness side of the P1 connector (14) Inlet manifold air temperature (15) Fuel temperature (16) Desired engine speed (17) Oil temperature (18) +5 V supply (19) Unused ground for the ECM (24) Filtered oil pressure (25) Crankcase pressure (26) Unfiltered oil pressure (27) Engine coolant temperature (35) Analog return

A. Verify that the signal wire for the suspect sensor has been removed from the P1 connector. B. Clear any existing diagnostic codes.

OK No diagnostic codes are activated when a


good sensor is temporarily installed. Connecting a new sensor resolved the problem.

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C. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for any codes to activate. An active open/short to +batt diagnostic code is generated for the sensor. D. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM to the OFF position.

Results:

OK Active open/short to +batt and short


to ground diagnostic codes are generated according to the above steps. The ECM is operating correctly. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Perform the following procedure: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the P1 connector. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from the P1 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. Resume normal operation.

Illustration 82 Harness side of the P1 connector (19) Ground

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STOP.

Not OK No active open/short to +batt or short


to ground diagnostic codes were generated. The ECM is not operating correctly. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Perform this entire procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. If the problem is resolved with the new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.
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E. Use a jumper wire that is the appropriate length with Deutsch sockets on the ends. Install one end of the jumper wire into the terminal for the signal wire that was removed from the P1 connector. Install the other end of the jumper wire into terminal (19) of the P1 connector. This will replace the sensor circuit with a short circuit. F. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for any codes to activate. An active short to ground diagnostic code is generated. Expected Result: Active open/short to +batt and short to ground diagnostic codes are generated according to the above steps.

Choke Actuator Solenoid


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: The ECM controls the air choke actuator by adjusting current flow through the actuators solenoid.

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The 525-05 diagnostic code is probably caused by a problem with an electrical connector or an open circuit in a harness. Under certain circumstances, the 525-05 diagnostic code can occur if the low side wire is shorted to ground. The next likely cause is an open circuit inside the actuator solenoid. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. The 525-06 diagnostic code is probably caused by a short circuit in a harness or a problem with an electrical connector. The next likely cause is a short circuit inside the actuator solenoid. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print logged codes to a file.

Illustration 83 Schematic of the circuit for the air choke actuator

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring


Note: This step is important for troubleshooting a problem with instability. A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Illustration 84

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(1) ECM connectors J2/P2 (2) J6/P6 connectors for the harness from the left side of the engine (3) 16 amp circuit breaker

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Illustration 87 Terminal box P6 connector (P6-44) Low side wire for the air choke actuator (P6-45) High side wire for the air choke actuator

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Illustration 85 Left side view of the engine (4) Air choke actuator (5) P527/J527 connectors for the air choke actuator

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b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on the four wires that are associated with the circuit for the air choke actuator. c. Thoroughly inspect connectors (P527/J527) for the air choke actuator for moisture and contamination. Check the harness and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the air choke actuator to the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors and terminals are connected properly. The connectors are free of moisture and corrosion. The wiring is free of abrasion and pinch points. Results:

B. Thoroughly inspect each of the following connectors:

(J2/P2) ECM connectors (J6/P6) connectors on the terminal box (P527/J527) connectors for the air choke
actuator a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the ECM connector and the P6 connector. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. If you are troubleshooting a 525-05 diagnostic code, proceed to Test Step 2. If you are troubleshooting a 525-06 diagnostic code, proceed to Test Step 8.

Not OK The components are not in good


condition and/or at least one connection is improper. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.
Illustration 86 ECM P2 connector (P2-63) High side wire for the air choke actuator (P2-64) Low side wire for the air choke actuator
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Test Step 2. Check the Solenoid and Harnesses for an Open Circuit
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

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B. Disconnect connector P2 from the ECM.

Illustration 88 ECM side of connector P2 (P2-63) High side wire for the air choke actuator (P2-64) Low side wire for the air choke actuator

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C. Measure the resistance between P2 terminal (63) and terminal (64). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6 ohms. Results:

Illustration 89 ECM side of connector P2 (1) Ground strap for the ECM (P2-64) Low side wire for the air choke actuator

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B. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ECM and P2 terminal (64). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

OK The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6


ohms. The solenoid and wiring appear to be OK. The low side wire may have a short to ground, or the ECM may have a problem. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Not OK The resistance is higher than 20.6


ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring for the solenoid, or the solenoid may have a problem. Proceed to Test Step 6.

OK The resistance measurement is greater

than 20,000 ohms. The low side wire for the air choke actuator appears to be OK. Proceed to Test Step 12.

Test Step 3. Check All of the Low Side Wiring for a Short to Ground
A. Verify that harness connector P2 is disconnected from the ECM.

Not OK The resistance measurement is less


than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with the low side wire for the air choke actuator. Proceed to Test Step 4.

Test Step 4. Check the Low Side Wiring Inside the Engine Harness for a Short to Ground
A. Disconnect connector P6 from the terminal box.

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Test Step 5. Check the Solenoid for an Internal Short Circuit


A. Disconnect connector P527 from the air choke actuator.

Illustration 90 (1) Ground Strap for the ECM (P6-44) Low side wire for the air choke actuator

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The side of connector P6 that faces toward the terminal box

B. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ECM and harness connector P6 terminal (44). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:
Illustration 91 (1) Solenoid for the air choke actuator (J527-B) Low side (Shell) Shell for the connector
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OK The resistance measurement is greater

B. Measure the resistance between terminal (B) and the connectors shell. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

than 20,000 ohms. The low side wire inside the engine harness appears to be OK. The low side wire inside the terminal box may have a problem. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Repair the harness and/or the connector, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

OK The resistance is greater than 20,000


ohms. The solenoid does not have an internal short circuit. The low side wire inside the engine harness has a short to ground. Repair: Repair the engine harness or connectors, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Not OK The resistance measurement is less


than 20,000 ohms. The low side wire inside the engine harness may have a problem, or there may be a problem with the solenoid. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Not OK The resistance is less than 20,000

ohms. The solenoid has an internal short circuit.

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Repair: Replace the solenoid. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Recondition. . STOP.

Test Step 7. Check the Solenoid for an Open Circuit


A. Disconnect connector P527 from the air choke actuator.

Test Step 6. Check the Engine Harness and the Solenoid for an Open Circuit
A. Disconnect connector P6 from the terminal box.

Illustration 92 Harness connector P6 (P6-44) Low side wire for the air choke actuator (P6-45) High side wire for the air choke actuator

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B. Measure the resistance between P6 terminal (44) and terminal (45). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6 ohms. Results:

Illustration 93 (1) Solenoid on the air choke actuator (J527-B) Low side (J527-A) High side

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B. Measure the resistance between terminals (B) and (A) on the connector for the air choke actuator (J527). Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 10.3 ohms. Results:

OK The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6


ohms. The engine harness and the solenoid appear to be OK. The wiring inside the terminal box or the terminal boxs connectors may have a problem. Repair: Repair the wiring and/or connectors, when possible. Replace the wiring, if necessary. STOP.

OK The resistance of the solenoid is between

5.0 and 10.3 ohms. The solenoid does not have an open circuit. There is an open circuit in the engine harness. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Repair the engine harness or connectors, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Not OK The resistance is greater than 20.6

ohms. There is a problem with the engine harness or the solenoid. Proceed to Test Step 7.

Not OK The resistance of the solenoid is higher


than 10.3 ohms. The resistance of the solenoid is incorrect. The solenoid has an open circuit.

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Repair: Replace the solenoid. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Recondition. STOP.

Test Step 8. Check all of the Wiring and the Solenoid for a Short Circuit
A. Disconnect connector P2 from the ECM.

Illustration 95 The side of connector P6 that faces the terminal box (P6-44) Low side wire for the air choke actuator (P6-45) High side wire for the air choke actuator

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Illustration 94 ECM side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-63) High side wire for the air choke actuator (P2-64) Low side wire for the air choke actuator

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B. Measure the resistance between harness connector P6 terminal (44) and terminal (45). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6 ohms.

B. Measure the resistance between P2 terminal (63) and terminal (64). During this measurement, wiggle the harnesses in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harnesses near each of the connectors. Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6 ohms. Results:

Results:

OK The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6

ohms. The engine harness and the solenoid appear to be OK. The wiring inside the terminal box has a problem. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Repair the wiring and/or the connector, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

OK The resistance is between 5.0 and 20.6


ohms. The solenoid and wiring do not have a short circuit. Proceed to Test Step 11.

Not OK The resistance is lower than 5.0 ohms.


There is a problem with the engine harness or the solenoid. Proceed to Test Step 10.

Not OK The resistance is less than 5.0 ohms.


There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring, or the solenoid has a problem. Proceed to Test Step 9.

Test Step 10. Check the Solenoid for a Short Circuit


A. Disconnect connector P527 from the air choke actuator.

Test Step 9. Check the Engine Harness and the Solenoid for a Short Circuit
A. Disconnect connector P6 from the terminal box.

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Test Step 11. Create an Open Circuit and Check the Operation of the ECM
A. Prevent fuel from entering the engine. Verify that the gas supply to the engine is OFF. B. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position. Verify that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF.

Illustration 97 Harness connector P2 (P2-63) High side of the air choke actuator (P2-64) Low side of the air choke actuator

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Illustration 96 (1) Solenoid on the air choke actuator (J527-B) Low side (J527-A) High side

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B. Measure the resistance between terminals (B) and (A) on the connector for the air choke actuator (J527). Expected Result: The resistance is between 5.0 and 10.3 ohms. Results:

C. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (63) and terminal (64) from harness connector P2. This will replace the wiring for the air choke actuator with an open circuit. D. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. E. If a 525-05 diagnostic code and/or a 525-06 diagnostic code is logged, clear the code. F. Turn the engine control switch to the START position and crank the engine. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for the generation of any codes. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Look for a 525-05 diagnostic code. Expected Result: A 525-05 diagnostic code is displayed on the ET. Results:

OK The resistance of the solenoid is between


5.0 and 10.3 ohms. The solenoid does not have a problem. The engine harness appears to have a short circuit. Repair: Repair the engine harness or connectors, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Not OK The resistance of the solenoid is lower


than 5.0 ohms. The resistance of the solenoid is incorrect.

OK When an open circuit was created, a


525-05 diagnostic code was generated. The ECM is operating correctly. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Perform the following procedure:

Repair: Replace the solenoid. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, Electrohydraulic Actuator - Recondition. STOP.

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Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Reinstall the terminals that were removed from connector P2. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation of the terminals. Reconnect all of the connectors. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

Not OK When an open circuit was created, a


525-05 diagnostic code was not generated. The ECM may have a problem. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following procedure: Temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. If the problem is resolved with a new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the original ECM. Follow the instructions in Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.
Illustration 98 Harness connector P2 (P2-63) High side of the air choke actuator (P2-64) Low side of the air choke actuator
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C. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (63) and terminal (64) from harness connector P2. D. Use a jumper wire that is 125 25 mm (5.0 1.0 inch) long with Deutsch sockets on the ends. Insert one end of the jumper wire into the open terminal (63) of the P2 connector. Verify that the socket is making contact with pin 63 in the J2 connector. E. Insert the other end of the jumper wire into the open terminal (64) of the P2 connector. Verify that the socket is making contact with pin 64 in the J2 connector. This will replace the wiring for the air choke actuator with a short circuit. F. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. G. If a 525-05 diagnostic code and/or a 525-06 diagnostic code is logged, clear the code. H. Turn the engine control switch to the START position and crank the engine. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for the generation of any codes. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. I. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen on ET. Look for a 525-06 diagnostic code. Expected Result: A 525-06 diagnostic code is displayed on the ET.

Test Step 12. Create a Short Circuit and Check the Operation of the ECM
A. Prevent fuel from entering the engine. Verify that the gas supply to the engine is OFF. B. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position. Verify that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF.

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Results:

OK When the wiring for the air choke actuator


was replaced with a short circuit, a 525-06 diagnostic code was generated by the ECM. The ECM is operating correctly. The problem appears to be resolved. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: Perform the following procedure: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Remove the jumper wire from the P2 connector. Reinstall the terminals that were removed from connector P2. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation of the terminals. Reconnect all of the connectors. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

When the flame front reaches the sensor, the sensor briefly outputs a low voltage signal that is approximately 80 millivolts. The sensors low voltage signal is detected by the ICSM. The ICSM measures the length of time from the all cylinders firing signal to the combustion sensors signal. The ICSM determines the combustion burn time for the cylinder. Each combustion sensor has a single terminal that is connected to a signal wire. The signal wire from each sensor is shielded. Use this procedure to troubleshoot the system only when there is an active noisy diagnostic code or an active short circuit diagnostic code that is associated with a combustion sensor. A noisy diagnostic code indicates that the signal from the sensor is noisy or connected to the wrong cylinder. The short to ground diagnostic code indicates that the sensors signal has a short circuit or the signal is below the acceptable range. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. This troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Not OK When the wiring for the air choke


actuator was replaced with a short circuit, a 525-06 diagnostic code was not generated by the ECM. The ECM may have a problem. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following procedure: Temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. If the problem is resolved with a new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the original ECM. Follow the instructions in Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.
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Combustion Sensor
SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: Each cylinder has a combustion sensor that is positioned on the edge of the cylinder. When the engine control switch is in the STOP, START, or AUTO position, the ICSM provides +80 VDC to the combustion sensors.

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Illustration 99 Schematic for the circuit of the combustion sensors for the 12 cylinder engine

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Illustration 100 Schematic for the circuit of the combustion sensors for the 16 cylinder engine

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. Note: Illustration 101 shows one side of the engine. The other side of the engine is similar.

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B. Thoroughly inspect the suspect connector (2) at the ICSM for corrosion or moisture. C. Thoroughly inspect the suspect connector (3) for corrosion or moisture. D. Thoroughly check the suspect harness for abrasion and pinch points from the sensor to the ICSM. E. Verify that the suspect harness has the proper length in order to reach from the sensor to the ICSM. F. Verify that the suspect harness is connected to the correct connector on the ICSM. For a 12 cylinder engine, refer to Table 22 for the proper connections:
Table 22 Illustration 101 Left side of the engine (1) ICSM (2) Connectors for the combustion sensors
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Cylinder

Connectors on the Left Side ICSM

Connectors on the Right Side ICSM R3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R3 R2 R1 L1 L2 L3

R2

R1

L1

L2

L3

For a 16 cylinder engine, refer to Table 23 for the proper connections:

Illustration 102 (3) Harness connector (4) Extension (5) Sensor

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Section view of a cylinder head with a combustion sensor

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Table 23

Test Step 2. Replace the Harness


Connectors on the Left Side ICSM Connectors on the Right Side ICSM R4 L4 R3 L3 R2 L2 R1 L1 L1 R1 L2 R2 L3 R3 L4 R4
Illustration 103
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Cylinder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Expected Result: All of the connectors are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. The sensors are connected to the correct connector on the ICSM. Results:

(1) Harness connector (2) Seal (3) Connector

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. If you are troubleshooting a noisy diagnostic code, proceed to Test Step 2. If you are troubleshooting a diagnostic code for a short circuit, proceed to Test Step 4.

A. Temporarily exchange the suspect harness with a harness that is known to be good. The new harness must be long enough to reach from the sensor to the ICSM. Verify that seal (2) is installed in connector (1) on the new harness. Ensure that connectors (1) and (3) are clean, dry, and properly connected. Do not install the new harness onto the engine. B. Start the engine. Use ET to place the engine in the prechamber calibration mode. C. Observe the Active Diagnostics screen on ET. The engine must be in the prechamber calibration mode for at least 30 seconds in order for the -02 diagnostic code to become activated. Look for an active -02 diagnostic code. Expected Result: The -02 code is not active. Results:

Not OK The components are not in good

condition and/or at least one of the connections are improper. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

No -02 code Before the suspect harness was


replaced, there was a -02 diagnostic code. After the suspect harness was replaced, there was no -02 diagnostic code. The suspect harness is faulty.

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Repair: Completely install the new harness onto the engine. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Active -02 code Before the harness was


replaced, there was a -02 diagnostic code. After the harness was replaced, the -02 diagnostic code remained. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Remove the new harness and install the original harness. Proceed to Test Step 3.

If the problem is resolved with a new ICSM, install the original ICSM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ICSM operates correctly and the original ICSM does not operate correctly, replace the original ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. STOP.

Test Step 4. Disconnect the Combustion Sensor


A. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position. Verify that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF.

Test Step 3. Inspect the Extension and the Combustion Sensor


A. Inspect the combustion sensor and clean the sensor, if necessary. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Combustion Sensor - Clean/Inspect/Replace. B. Start the engine. Use ET to place the engine in the prechamber calibration mode. C. Observe the Active Diagnostics screen on ET. The engine must be in the prechamber calibration mode for at least 30 seconds in order for the -02 diagnostic code to become activated. Look for an active -02 diagnostic code. Expected Result: The -02 diagnostic code is not active. Results:

No -02 code Before the sensor and extension


were serviced, there was a -02 diagnostic code. After the sensor and extension were serviced, there was no -02 diagnostic code. Resume normal operation. STOP.
Illustration 104 (1) Harness connector (2) Seal (3) Connector
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Section view of a cylinder head with a combustion sensor

Active -02 code Before the sensor and extension


were serviced, there was a -02 diagnostic code. After the sensor and extension were serviced, the noisy diagnostic code remained. The ICSM may have a problem. Repair: It is unlikely that the ICSM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Temporarily install a new ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM.

B. Disconnect harness connector (1) for the suspect sensor. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Observe the Active Diagnostics screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for an active -04 short circuit diagnostic code.

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Expected Result: The -04 diagnostic code is not active. Results:

No -04 code Before the harness connector was


disconnected, there was a -04 diagnostic code. After the harness connector was disconnected, there was no -04 diagnostic code. There is a problem with the extension or the sensor. Repair: Perform the following steps: 1. Thoroughly inspect harness connector (1) and connector (3) for moisture. Inspect O-ring seal (2) in the harness connector. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7563, Combustion Sensor Clean/Inspect/Replace. 2. Reconnect harness connector (1). 3. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Observe the Active Diagnostics screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.
Illustration 105 ICSM (1) ICSM (2) Connector
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B. Disconnect the suspect connector (2) from the ICSM. The connectors for the 12 cylinder engine are identified in Table 24:
Table 24

Diagnostic Code 1101-04 1102-04 1103-04 1104-04 1105-04 1106-04

Cylinder

Connectors on the Left Side ICSM

Connectors on the Right Side ICSM R3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R3 R2 R1 L1 L2 L3

Active -04 code Before the harness was


disconnected at the sensor there was a -04 diagnostic code. After the harness was disconnected the -04 diagnostic code remained. There is a problem with the harness or the ICSM. Proceed to Test Step 5.

R2

R1

Test Step 5. Disconnect the Harness at the ICSM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

1107-04 1108-04 1109-04 1110-04 1111-04 1112-04

L1

L2

L3

The connectors for the 16 cylinder engine are identified in Table 25:

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Table 25

Diagnostic Code 1101-04 1102-04 1103-04 1104-04 1105-04 1106-04 1107-04 1108-04 1109-04 1110-04 1111-04 1112-04 1113-04 1114-04 1115-04 1116-04

Cylinder

Connectors on the Left Side ICSM

Connectors on the Right Side ICSM R4

Repair: It is unlikely that the ICSM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Temporarily install a new ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. If the problem is resolved with a new ICSM, install the original ICSM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ICSM operates correctly and the original ICSM does not operate correctly, replace the original ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. STOP.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 R4 R3 R2 R1 L1 L2 L3 L4

R3

R2

R1

L1
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L2

Cylinder Firing Pulse


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: Use this procedure to troubleshoot cylinder firing signals that have diagnostic codes which are active or easily repeated. There are two different types of cylinder firing signals. The number one cylinder firing signal indicates that the ECM is commanding the spark plug in the number one cylinder to fire. The all cylinders firing signal indicates that the ECM is commanding the spark plug in each cylinder to fire. Each signal is developed on a wire that connects the ECM to the left and right integrated combustion sensing modules. The number one cylinder firing signal is created by the integrated combustion sensing modules and the ECM. The modules maintain the signal wire at +13 volts. The ECM pulls the signal wire to ground potential whenever the number one cylinder is commanded to fire. The ECM maintains the wire at ground potential for approximately 200 microseconds. The all cylinders firing signal is also created by the integrated combustion sensing modules and the ECM. The modules maintain the signal wire at +13 volts. The ECM pulls the signal wire to ground potential whenever a spark plug is commanded to fire. The ECM maintains the wire at ground potential for approximately 300 microseconds. The 1043-08 diagnostic code is caused if the number one cylinder firing signal and the all cylinders firing signal are connected to the opposite terminals somewhere in the circuit.

L3

L4

C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Observe the Active Diagnostics screen on ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for an active -04 code. Expected Result: The -04 diagnostic code is not active. Results:

No -04 code Before the harness was


disconnected from the ICSM, there was a -04 diagnostic code. Disconnecting the harness from the ICSM cleared the -04 diagnostic code. The harness is faulty. Repair: Replace the harness. Verify that the original condition is resolved. STOP.

Active -04 code Before the harness was


disconnected from the ICSM, there was a -04 diagnostic code. After the harness was disconnected from the ICSM ,the -04 code remained. The ICSM may have a problem.

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A -02, -03, and -04 diagnostic code is probably caused by a problem with a harness connector or wiring. The next likely cause is a faulty electronic component. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, print the logged codes to a file. This troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Illustration 106 Schematic of the circuit for the cylinder firing signals

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

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J1/P1 J5/P5 J6/P6 J73/P73 J83/P83


C. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the circuit for the cylinder firing signals. D. Check the harnesses and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the connector for each module to the terminal box. E. Check the wiring inside the terminal box for moisture, abrasion and pinch points.
Illustration 107 Terminal Box (1) Ground strap (2) ECM connectors J1/P1 (3) J6/P6 connector for the harness from the left side of the engine (4) J5/P5 connector for the harness from the right side of the engine (5) Circuit breaker for the ECM
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Expected Result: All of the connectors and terminals are connected properly. The connectors and wiring are free of moisture, corrosion, abrasion and pinch points. Results:

Note: Illustration 108 shows one side of the engine. The other side of the engine is similar.

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK The components are not in good


condition and/or at least one connection is improper. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Verify that the Diagnostic Codes are Still Active
A. To prevent the engine from starting, shut the main gas supply OFF. B. Connect ET to the service tool connector. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON.
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Illustration 108 Left side of the engine (6) ICSM (7) P73/J73 connectors for the ICSM

D. Crank the engine for ten seconds. Look for the codes that are listed in Table 26:

B. Thoroughly inspect the following connectors and terminals:

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Table 26

Diagnostic Codes for the Cylinder Firing Signal 1043-02 1043-03 1043-04 1043-08 1044-02 1044-03 1044-04 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal noisy Cylinder #1 Firing Signal open/short to +batt Cylinder #1 Firing Signal short to ground Cylinder #1 Firing Signal abnormal signal All Cylinder Firing Signal noisy All Cylinder Firing Signal open/short to +batt All Cylinder Firing Signal short to ground

Expected Result: There are no active codes or logged codes. Results:

OK - No codes The problem seems to be


resolved. There are no active codes or logged codes. The cylinder firing signals are operating correctly at this time. Repair: The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection in one of the harness connectors or terminals. Resume normal operation. STOP.

Illustration 109

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(1) P6 connector for the harness from the left side of the engine (2) P5 connector for the harness from the right side of the engine (3) ECM connector P1

B. Disconnect connectors P1, P5, and P6. This will isolate the wiring inside the terminal box.

Not OK - Active -02 Noisy There is an active

diagnostic code for a noisy cylinder firing signal. Proceed to Test Step 7. code for a cylinder firing signal that has an open circuit, or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Not OK - Active -03 Open There is an active

Not OK - Active -04 Short There is an active

code for a cylinder firing signal that has a short to ground. Proceed to Test Step 7. signal is abnormal. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Not OK - Active -08 Abnormal A cylinder firing Test Step 3. Check the Terminal Boxs Wiring for an Open Circuit or a Short Circuit to a Positive Voltage Source
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

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The correct resistance measurements for Table 27 are less than 5 ohms. If the resistance measurements are incorrect, there is an open circuit.

Illustration 111 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-53) +BATT (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal

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D. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 28. During each measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harness near each of the connectors.
Table 28

Points for the Measurement of Resistance


Illustration 110 Bottom of the terminal box (P1-49) All cylinders firing signal (J6-9) All cylinders firing signal (J6-19) Number one cylinder firing signal (J5-9) All cylinders firing signal (J5-19) Number one cylinder firing signal
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Connector and Terminal P1-53

Connector and Terminal P1-58 P1-49

C. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 27. During each measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem. Be sure to wiggle the harness near each of the connectors.
Table 27

The correct resistance measurements for Table 28 are greater than 20,000 ohms. If the resistance measurements are incorrect, there is a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Expected Result: All of the resistance checks are within the specifications. Results:

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P1-58 Connector and Terminal J6-19 J5-19 P1-49 J6-9 J5-9

OK All of the resistance checks are within the

specifications. The wires for the cylinder firing signals inside the terminal box do not have an open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. Proceed to Test Step 4.

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Not OK At least one of the resistance checks

is not within the specifications. There is an open circuit in the wiring inside the terminal box or there is a short circuit to a positive voltage source. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Repair the harness or the connector, when possible. Replace the harness or the connector, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 4. Check the Left Side Harness for an Open Circuit or a Short Circuit to a Positive Voltage Source
A. Connect the P6 connector. This will add the left side harness to the circuit. B. Disconnect connector P73 from the left ICSM.

Illustration 113 (P73-E) Number one cylinder firing signal (P73-H) All cylinder firing signal

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Illustration 112 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal

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D. Measure the resistance between terminals P73-E and P73-H. During the measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harness near the P73 connector. The correct resistance measurement is less than 5 ohms.

C. Fabricate a jumper wire that is the appropriate length with Deutsch terminals on the ends. Connect the jumper wire between terminals P1-49 and P1-58.

Illustration 114 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-69) -BATT

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E. At the P1 connector, connect the jumper wire between terminals P1-49 and P1-69.

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I. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 29. During each measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harness near each of the connectors.
Table 29

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P1-53 Connector and Terminal P1-58 P1-49

The correct resistance measurements for Table 29 are greater than 20,000 ohms. Expected Result: The resistance checks are within the specifications. Results:

OK All of the resistance checks are within the


Illustration 115 (P73-B) -BATT (P73-H) All cylinder firing signal
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specifications. The wires for the cylinder firing signals inside the left harness do not have an open circuit or a short circuit to a positive voltage source. The wires for the cylinder firing signals are not switched. Proceed to Test Step 5.

F. Measure the resistance between terminals P73-B and P73-H. The correct resistance measurement is less than 5 ohms. G. Remove the jumper wire from the P1 connector. H.

Not OK At least one of the resistance checks

is not within the specifications. There is an open circuit in the wiring inside the left harness or there is a short circuit to a positive voltage source. There may be a problem with a connector. Repair: Repair the harness or the connector, when possible. Replace the harness or the connector, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 5. Check the Right Side Harness for an Open Circuit or a Short to a Positive Voltage Source
A. Connect the P5 connector. This will add the right side harness to the circuit. B. Disconnect connector P83 from the right ICSM.
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Illustration 116 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-53) +BATT (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal

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Illustration 117 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal

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Illustration 119 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-69) -BATT

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C. Connect a jumper wire between terminals P1-58 and P1-49.

E. At the P1 connector, connect the jumper wire between terminals P1-49 and P1-69.

Illustration 118 (P83-E) Number one cylinder firing signal (P83-H) All cylinder firing signal

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Illustration 120 (P83-B) -BATT (P83-H) All cylinder firing signal

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D. Measure the resistance between terminals P83-E and P83-H. During the measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harness near the P83 connector. The correct resistance measurement is less than 5 ohms.

F. Measure the resistance between terminals P83-B and P83-H. The correct resistance measurement is less than 5 ohms. G. Remove the jumper wire from the P1 connector.

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Repair: Repair the harness or the connector, when possible. Replace the harness or the connector, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 6. Verify that the Diagnostic Code is still Active


A. To prevent the engine from starting, shut the main gas supply OFF. B. Reconnect connectors P1, P73, and P83.
Illustration 121 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-53) +BATT (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal
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C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. D. Crank the engine for ten seconds. Look for the codes that are listed in Table 31:
Table 31

H. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 30. During each measurement, wiggle the harness in order to check for an intermittent problem with the harness. Be sure to wiggle the harness near each of the connectors.
Table 30

Diagnostic Codes for the Cylinder Firing Signal 1043-03 1044-03 1043-08 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal open/short to +batt All Cylinder Firing Signal open/short to +batt Cylinder Firing Signal Abnormal

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Connector and Terminal P1-53 Connector and Terminal P1-58 P1-49

Expected Result: The codes that are listed in Table 31 are not active or logged. Results:

The correct resistance measurements for Table 30 are greater than 20,000 ohms. Expected Result: The resistance checks are within the specifications. Results:

No codes The problem seems to be resolved.


The cylinder firing signals are operating correctly at this time. Repair: The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection in one of the harness connectors or terminals. Resume normal operation. STOP.

OK All of the resistance checks are within the

specifications. The wiring inside the right harness does not have an open circuit. The wiring inside the right harness does not have a short circuit to a positive voltage source. The wires for the cylinder firing signals are not switched. Connect all of the connectors. Proceed to Test Step 6.

Active code At least one of the diagnostic


codes is active. Proceed to Test Step 13.

Not OK At least one of the resistance checks

is not within the specifications. There is an open circuit in the wiring inside the left harness or there is a short circuit to a positive voltage source. There may be a problem with a connector.

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Test Step 7. Check for +13 V at the ECM

Test Step 8. Crank the Engine and Check for Diagnostic Codes
A. To prevent the engine from starting, shut the main gas supply OFF. B. Crank the engine for ten seconds. Look for the codes that are listed in Table
Table 32

Diagnostic Codes for the Cylinder Firing Signal 1043-02 1043-04 1043-08 1044-02 1044-04 Cylinder #1 Firing Signal noisy Cylinder #1 Firing Signal short to ground Cylinder #1 Firing Signal abnormal signal All Cylinder Firing Signal noisy All Cylinder Firing Signal short to ground

Expected Result:
Illustration 122 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal (P1-69) -BATT
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None of the codes are active or logged. Results:

No codes None of the codes are active or


logged. The problem seems to be resolved. The cylinder firing signals appear to be operating correctly at this time. Repair: The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Resume normal operation. STOP.

A. At the harness side of the P1 connector, insert two 7X-1710 Multimeter Probes. Insert the first probe into terminal 69. If you are troubleshooting a problem with the signal for the number one cylinder firing signal, insert the second probe into terminal 58. If you are troubleshooting a problem with the all cylinders firing signal, insert the second probe into terminal 49. B. Connect a voltmeter to the probes and measure the voltage. Expected Result: The voltage at the P1 connector is 13 3 VDC. Results:

Code At least one of the diagnostic codes is


active or logged. Proceed to Test Step 14.

Test Step 9. Disconnect the ECM from the Circuit and Check for Voltage
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

OK The voltage at the P1 connector is 13


3 VDC. The voltage that is developed by the modules appears to be OK. The ECM does not have an internal short circuit. Remove the probes from the P1 connector. Proceed to Test Step 8.

Not OK The voltage at the P1 connector is not


13 3 VDC. The voltage that is developed by the modules is not within the specification. An ICSM may have a problem, or the ECM may be faulty. Do not remove the probe in terminal 69. Remove the probe from terminal 49 or terminal 58. Proceed to Test Step 9.

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1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Remove the probe from terminal 69. Insert terminal 49 or 58 into the P1 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is fully inserted into the connector. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, temporarily install a new ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. If the problem is resolved with the new ECM, install the original ECM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ECM operates correctly and the original ECM does not operate correctly, replace the original ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM.
Illustration 123 Harness connector P1 (P1-49) All cylinders firing signal (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal (P1-69) -BATT
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STOP.

Not OK The voltage on the wire that was


removed from the ECM is not 13 3 VDC. There may be a problem with an ICSM. Proceed to Test Step 10.

B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal 58 or 49 from ECM connector P1. If you are troubleshooting a problem with the number one cylinder firing signal, remove terminal 58. If you are troubleshooting a problem with the all cylinders firing signal, remove terminal 49. C. Connect one voltmeter lead to the probe that is inserted into terminal 69. Connect the other voltmeter lead to the terminal that has been removed from P1. D. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. E. Measure the voltage on the wire that was removed from the P1 connector. Expected Result: The voltage is 13 3 VDC. Results:

Test Step 10. Check the Left Side ICSM for a Short Circuit.
A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position.

OK The voltage on the wire that was removed


from the ECM is 13 3 VDC. The voltage that is developed by the ICSM appears to be OK. When the ECM is connected to the circuit, the voltage is not OK. There may be a problem with the ECM. Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM has failed. Perform the following steps:
Illustration 124 (1) Left side ICSM (2) P73 connector
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B. Disconnect connector P73 from the left ICSM.

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Not OK The resistance check is less than

20,000 ohms. There may be a problem with the ICSM. Repair: It is unlikely that the ICSM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Install a known good ICSM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM.

If the problem is resolved with the new ICSM, install the original ICSM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ICSM operates correctly and the original ICSM does not operate correctly, replace the original ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. STOP.

Test Step 11. Check the Right Side ICSM for a Short Circuit.

Illustration 125 J73 connector on the left side ICSM

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C. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 33 according to the corresponding diagnostic code:
Table 33

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Diagnostic Code 1043-02 1043-04 1044-02 1044-04 Connector and Terminals J73-E and J73-B J73-H and J73-B
Illustration 126 (1) Right side ICSM (2) P83 connector
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Expected Result: The resistance check is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

A. Disconnect connector P83 from the right side ICSM.

OK The resistance check is greater than 20,000


ohms. The left ICSM does not have a short circuit. Proceed to Test Step 11.

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Not OK The resistance check is less than

20,000 ohms. There may be a problem with the right side ICSM. Repair: It is unlikely that the ICSM has failed. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, perform the following steps: Install a known good ICSM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM.

If the problem is resolved with the new ICSM, install the original ICSM and verify that the problem returns. If the new ICSM operates correctly and the original ICSM does not operate correctly, replace the original ICSM. Refer to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ICSM. STOP.

Test Step 12. Check the Wiring for the ICSM


A. Reconnect connector J73 to the left side ICSM. B. Verify that connectors P5 and P6 are connected. C. Verify that connector P1 is disconnected. D. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 35:
Illustration 127 J83 connector on the right side ICSM
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Table 35

P83 Points for the Measurement of Resistance Terminal P83-E Connector and Terminals P83-A P83-B P83-D P83-H P83-J P83-K P83-M P83-N P83-A P83-B P83-D P83-E P83-J P83-K P83-M P83-N

B. Measure the resistance between the terminals that are listed in Table 34 according to the corresponding diagnostic code:
Table 34

Points for the Measurement of Resistance Diagnostic Code 1043-02 1043-04 1044-02 1044-04 Connector and Terminals J83-E and J83-B P83-H J83-H and J83-B

Expected Result: The resistance check is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results: Expected Result:

OK The resistance check is greater than 20,000


ohms. The right ICSM does not have a short circuit. Proceed to Test Step 12.

All of the resistance checks are greater than 20,000 ohms.

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Results:

OK All of the resistance checks are greater


than 20,000 ohms. The wiring for the modules appears to be OK. Proceed to Test Step 14.

Not OK At least one of the resistance checks is


less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring for the modules. Repair: Repair the connector and/or wiring, when possible. Replace the connector and/or wiring, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 13. Check the Modules for the Correct Configuration.
A. Use ET in order to verify that the engine configuration is correct for each of the modules. G3612 Vee is an example of a configuration. The configuration for both of the modules must be identical and the configurations must match the type of engine. Expected Result: Each module has the correct configuration. The module configurations match the type of engine. Results:

Illustration 128 Harness connector P1 (P1-5) Ground (P1-49) All cylinder firing signal (P1-58) Number one cylinder firing signal

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a. At the harness side of the P1 connector, insert three 7X-1710 Multimeter Probes. Insert the first probe into terminal 49. Insert the second probe into terminal 58. Insert the third probe into terminal 5. b. Connect one trace of the oscilloscope to the probe on terminal 49. Connect the other trace of the oscilloscope to the probe on terminal 58. c. Use the probe that is connected to terminal 5 as a ground connection. B. Adjust the settings of the oscilloscope to two volts for each vertical division, and ten milliseconds for each horizontal division. C. Start the engine and run the engine.

OK The engine configuration is correct for each


module. Proceed to Test Step 14. for a module.

Not OK The engine configuration is not correct


Repair: Change the configuration parameters to the correct values. Verify that the diagnostic codes are no longer active. If the original diagnostic codes are still active, proceed to Test Step 14.

Test Step 14. Use an Oscilloscope to View the Cylinder Firing Signals
Note: This step is recommended. A. Connect a dual trace oscilloscope by performing the following steps:

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Illustration 129 Display for the oscilloscope (1) All cylinder firing signal (2) Number one cylinder firing signal

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D. Compare the display on the oscilloscope with Illustration 129. E. Adjust the oscilloscope for one millisecond for each horizontal division.

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Illustration 130 Display for the oscilloscope (A) 300 microseconds 100 microseconds (B) 200 microseconds 100 microseconds

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F. Compare the display on the oscilloscope with Illustration 130. Expected Result: The signals are within the specification. Results:

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Desired Speed Input (4 - 20 mA)


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: Note: For this troubleshooting procedure, the Desired Speed Input configuration parameter must be set to 4-20 mA Input in the Service/Configuration screen of ET. The selection of this setting requires a 4 to 20 mA signal for regulation of the desired engine speed. If the Desired Speed Input is set to 0-5 VDC Input, do not use this procedure to troubleshoot the circuit.

OK The signals are within the specification.

If a diagnostic code is still active, consult with Caterpillar customer service for large gas engines. STOP. specification. Consult with Caterpillar customer service for large gas engines. STOP.

Not OK The signals are not within the

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When the desired speed input is correspondingly configured, the ECM controls the engine speed according to the 4 to 20 mA current. The value of the current corresponds to a range of desired engine speeds between minimum high idle and maximum high idle. The Minimum Engine High Idle Speed and the Maximum Engine High Idle Speed are set with the Service/Configuration screen of ET. For more information, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, RENR5908, Electronic Control System Parameters. When the Idle/Rated switch is in the Rated position, a current value of 4.0 mA corresponds to the programmed Minimum Engine High Idle Speed. A current value of 20.0 mA corresponds to Maximum Engine High Idle Speed. Current values within this range will vary the desired engine speed in a linear fashion between Minimum Engine High Idle Speed and Maximum Engine High Idle Speed. The ECM will generate a diagnostic code in response to current outside of the range of 4 to 20 mA. Current values that are greater than 22.0 mA will activate the 524-03 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to +batt diagnostic code. Current values that are less than 2.0 mA will activate the 524-04 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to ground diagnostic code. The most likely causes of the diagnostic code are a poor connection or a problem in a wiring harness. The next likely cause is a problem with a component. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. The troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Illustration 131 Schematic of the 4 to 20 mA desired speed input

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring

Illustration 132 (1) (2) (3) (4)

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ECM J1/P1 connectors 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM 70-pin customer connector J3 Terminal boxs 47-pin connector for the control panel (if equipped)

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

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Illustration 133 Inside of the control panel (5) Terminal strip

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B. Thoroughly inspect the following components:

ECM J1/P1 connectors 70-pin customer connectors J3/P3 (if


equipped)

Terminal boxs 47-pin connectors J4/P4 for the


control panel (if equipped)
Illustration 134
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Terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) Wiring and the connections between the
terminal box and the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal

Harness side of the ECM P1 connector (36) + Signal (37) Signal

a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the ECM J1/P1 connector and the 70-pin J3/P3 customer connector. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in).

b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the 4 to 20 mA circuit. c. Inspect the terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) for loose wires, frayed wires, foreign objects, and corrosion. d. Check the harness and wiring for abrasion and pinch points between the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal and the ECM. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. If you are troubleshooting a 524-03 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to +batt diagnostic code, proceed to Test Step 2. If you are troubleshooting a 524-04 Desired Engine Speed Sensor short to ground diagnostic code, proceed to Test Step 4.

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Not OK The components are not in good


condition and/or at least one connection is improper.

Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for a Short Circuit to the +Battery Side at the ECM P1 Terminal 36
A. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Make sure that there is no electrical power to the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. C. Remove the two wires (+ and -) for the 4 to 20 mA signal from the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal. Tape the leads in order to ensure that the leads do not contact any object. D. Disconnect the ECM P1 connector. Results:
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Illustration 136 ECM J1 connector (J1-70) Keyswitch +Battery

E. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between terminals (P1-36) and (J1-70). Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.

Yes The resistance is greater than 20,000

ohms. The wiring from terminal P1-36 is not shorted to the +Battery side. Do not reconnect any connectors. Proceed to Test Step 3. There is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring from terminal P1-36. Repair: The problem may be between the ECM P1 connector and the J3 or J4 connector. Alternatively, the problem may be between the P3 or P4 connector and the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. Repair the connection and/or the wire, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

No The resistance is less than 20,000 ohms.

Illustration 135 ECM side of the P1 connector (P1-36) + Signal

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Test Step 3. Check for a Short to Ground at the ECM P1 Terminal 37


A. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Make sure that the leads of the wires for the 4 to 20 mA signal do not contact any object.

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Repair: The problem may be between the ECM P1 connector and the J3 or J4 connector. Alternatively, the problem may be between the J3 or J4 connector and the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. Locate the wire with the short circuit and replace the wire. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

Test Step 4. Check for a Short Circuit to the +Battery Side at the ECM P1 Terminal 37
Illustration 137 (1) ECM P1 connector (2) Ground strap
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A. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Make sure that there is no electrical power to the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. C. Remove the two wires (+ and -) for the 4 to 20 mA signal from the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal. Tape the leads in order to ensure that the leads do not contact any object. D. Disconnect the ECM P1 connector.

Illustration 138 ECM side of the P1 connector (P1-37) Signal

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C. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between terminal (P1-37) and the ECM ground strap. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:
Illustration 139 ECM side of the P1 connector (P1-37) Signal
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Yes The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.


The wiring from terminal P1-37 appears to be ok. Repair: Reconnect the ECM P1 connector. Reconnect the two wires (+ and -) for the 4 to 20 mA signal to the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal. Proceed to Test Step 7.

No The resistance for at least one of the


measurements is less than 20,000 ohms. There is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring that is connected to P1-37.

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Illustration 140 ECM J1 connector (J1-70) Keyswitch +Battery

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Illustration 141 (1) ECM P1 connector (2) Ground strap

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E. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between terminals (P1-37) and (J1-70). Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

Yes The resistance is greater than 20,000

ohms. The wiring from terminal P1-37 is not shorted to the +Battery side. Do not reconnect any connectors. Proceed to Test Step 5.
Illustration 142 ECM side of the P1 connector (P1-36) + Signal
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No The resistance is less than 20,000 ohms.


There is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring from terminal P1-37. Repair: The problem may be between the ECM P1 connector and the J3 or J4 connector. Alternatively, the problem may be between the P3 or P4 connector and the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. Repair the connection and/or the wire, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

C. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between terminal (P1-36) and the ECM ground strap. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

Yes The resistance is greater than 20,000

Test Step 5. Check for a Short Circuit to Ground at the ECM P1 Terminal 36
A. Verify that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Make sure that the ends of the wires for the 4 to 20 mA signal do not contact any object.

ohms. The wiring from terminal P1-36 appears to be OK. Do not reconnect any connectors. Proceed to Test Step 6. There is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring from terminal P1-36. Repair: The problem may be between the ECM P1 connector and the J3 or J4 connector. Alternatively, the problem may be between the P3 or P4 connector and the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal.

No The resistance is less than 20,000 ohms.

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Repair the connection and/or the wire, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

Repair the connection and/or the wire, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

Test Step 6. Check for an Open Circuit


A. Install a jumper wire between the two wires (+ and -) that were removed from the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal.

Test Step 7. Check the Device that Provides the 4 to 20 mA Signal


Measure the 4 to 20 mA signal according to the literature that is provided by the OEM of the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal. Verify that the correct signal is provided to the ECM.

Illustration 143 ECM side of the P1 connector (P1-36) + Signal (P1-37) Signal

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B. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between terminals (P1-36) and (P1-37) on the ECM side of the P1 connector. Expected Result: The resistance is less than 5 ohms. Results:

OK The resistance is less than 5 ohms. The


circuit is not open. Repair: Remove the jumper wire. Reconnect the two wires (+ and -) for the 4 to 20 mA signal to the device that supplies the 4 to 20 mA signal. Reconnect the ECM P1 connector. Proceed to Test Step 7.

Illustration 144 Harness side of the P1 connector (P1-36) + Signal (P1-37) Signal

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Verify the correct 4 to 20 mA signal at the ECM P1 terminals (36) and (37). Expected Result: The correct 4 to 20 mA signal is provided to the ECM. Results:

Not OK The resistance is greater than 5 ohms.


There is a problem with a connector and/or the wiring from the P1 connector. Repair: The problem may be between the ECM P1 connector and the J3 or J4 connector. Alternatively, the problem may be between the P3 or P4 connector and the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA signal.

Yes The correct 4 to 20 mA signal is provided


to the ECM. However, the ECM is not responding correctly to the signal. There may be a problem with the ECM.

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Repair: It is unlikely that the ECM is faulty. Exit this procedure and perform this procedure again. If the problem is not resolved, replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

No The ECM is not receiving the correct 4 to


20 mA signal. There is probably a problem with the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA. Repair: Service the device that provides the 4 to 20 mA according to the literature that is provided by the OEM of the device. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.
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The ECM will diagnose the detonation sensors for a signal that is shorted to the Battery side, the +Battery side, or an open circuit. To avoid detecting vibrations that are not related to detonation, the ECM only monitors a detonation sensor when one of the sensors cylinders is between top center and 40 degrees after top center. Therefore, the Block Tap method of testing the detonation sensors does not work for the G3600 Engine. An input from a detonation sensor that is diagnosed by the ECM as short to ground may actually indicate an open circuit. The ECM also supports event codes when the levels of detonation warrant a reaction from the ECM. If the timing has been retarded by the maximum amount and the level of detonation remains high, the ECM will shut down the engine. Logged diagnostic codes provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. The most likely causes of the diagnostic code are a poor connection or a problem in a wiring harness. The next likely cause is a problem with a sensor. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. The troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Detonation Sensors
SMCS Code: 1559-038 System Operation Description: Detonation sensors are located on the upper cylinder block between every two cylinders. Each sensor monitors two adjacent cylinders. For example, one sensor monitors cylinders 1 and 3. The ECM supplies 8 VDC in order to power the sensors. The detonation sensors provide electrical signals to the ECM that indicate mechanical engine vibrations. Each sensor outputs an electrical signal that is filtered and the signal is amplified. The frequency of the signal corresponds to the mechanical frequency of the vibrations. The amplitude of the signal is proportional to the intensity of the vibrations. The ECM monitors the signals in order to determine the presence and the severity of the detonation. The ECM retards the timing in order to limit detonation levels. The timing may be retarded for a single cylinder or for all of the cylinders, if necessary. If retardation of the timing does not sufficiently limit the detonation, the engine is shut down. The ECM can retard timing by as few as three degrees for light detonation levels. The timing can be retarded up to six degrees for severe detonation. For most applications, the minimum allowable actual timing is ten degrees BTC. A proportional strategy is used for advancing the timing after the timing has been retarded. The rate of advance is based upon the level of detonation. The rate is faster for lighter detonation. The fastest rate of advance is one degree per minute.

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Illustration 145 Schematic for the detonation sensors

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The wiring for the detonation sensors is routed through rails on each side of the engine. Each detonation sensor has a 3-pin connector that is connected to a receptacle on the rail. Each rail has a 6-pin connector for a wiring harness that connects the detonation sensors to the terminal box.

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring

Illustration 148 Left side of the engine Illustration 146


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(1) ECM J2/P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors for the left side detonation sensors (4) Terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors for the right side detonation sensors

(9) Rail on the left side of the engine (10) 6-pin J676/P676 connectors for the detonation sensors (11) Connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (12) Detonation sensor

B. Thoroughly inspect the following connectors:

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

ECM J2/P2 connectors The suspect detonation sensors connectors For a diagnostic code on the right side
of the engine, inspect terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors and the 6-pin J675/P675 connectors on the right side rail. the engine, inspect terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors and the 6-pin J676/P676 connectors on the left side rail. a. Check the torque of the Allen head screws for the ECM connector (P2) and the terminal boxs connector (P5) or (P6). The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in). b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the circuit for the detonation sensor. Refer to the schematic. c. Check the harnesses and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the suspect detonation sensor to the ECM. d. Make sure that the detonation sensors are properly installed according to the torque in Specifications, RENR5907, Detonation Sensors. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points.

For a diagnostic code on the left side of

Illustration 147 Right side of the engine

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(5) Rail on the right side of the engine (6) 6-pin J675/P675 connectors for the detonation sensors (7) Connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (8) Detonation sensor

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Results:

Test Step 3. Check for Active Diagnostic Codes for the Detonation Sensors
Note: The run relay and the crank terminate relay must be energized before a diagnostic code for a detonation sensor can be generated. Therefore, the engine must be running. The engine will shut down soon after the diagnostic code is activated. A. Start the engine and run the engine. B. Allow a minimum of 30 seconds for any diagnostic codes to become active. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen of ET and look for the diagnostic codes that are listed in Table 36:
Table 36

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK The components are not in good


condition and/or at least one connection is improper. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs and/or replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes for the +8 V Sensor Supply
A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. B. Observe the Active Diagnostic screen of ET. Wait at least 30 seconds so that any codes may become activated. Look for these diagnostic codes:

Code 1501-03 1501-04 1502-03 1502-04 1505-03 1505-04

Description Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor short to +batt

Cylinders

1 and 3 Cylinder #1 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor short to +batt Cylinder #2 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor short to +batt Cylinder #5 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor short to +batt Cylinder #6 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor short to +batt Cylinder #9 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor short to +batt 10 and 12 Cylinder #10 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor short to +batt Cylinder #13 Detonation Sensor short to ground Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor short to +batt 14 and 16 Cylinder #14 Detonation Sensor short to ground 13 and 15 9 and 11 5 and 7

41-03 8 Volt DC Supply short to +batt 41-04 8 Volt DC Supply short to ground
Expected Result: Neither of the 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic codes are active. Results:

2 and 4

1506-03 1506-04 1509-03 1509-04 1510-03 1510-04 1513-03 1513-04 1514-03 1514-04

6 and 8

OK Neither of the 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic


codes are active. Proceed to Test Step 3.

Not OK At least one of the 8 Volt DC Supply


diagnostic codes is active. Repair: The 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic code must be resolved before you can proceed with this functional test. Exit this procedure and refer to Troubleshooting, +8V Sensor Voltage Supply. If necessary, return to this functional test in order to troubleshoot the detonation sensor after the 8 Volt DC Supply diagnostic code has been resolved. STOP.

Note: A short to ground diagnostic code can indicate either an actual short to ground or an open circuit.

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Expected Result: None of the above diagnostic codes are active. Results:

B. Disconnect the suspect sensors 3-pin connector from the rail. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Measure the voltage between terminals (A) and (B) on the rails receptacle for the sensors connector. Expected Result:

OK (No active codes) None of the above codes


are active at this time. The problem seems to be resolved. The original diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection in one of the harness connectors.

Repair: If any of the above codes are logged and the engine is not running properly, refer to Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Without a Diagnostic Code. If any of the above codes are logged and the engine is running properly, there may be an intermittent problem in a connector or a wiring harness. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. STOP.

The voltage is between 7.6 VDC and 8.4 VDC. Results:

OK The voltage is between 7.6 VDC and 8.4


VDC. The correct voltage is available to the sensor. Do not reconnect the sensor. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Not OK The voltage is not between 7.6 VDC Not OK (Active Code) A short to +batt or
short to ground diagnostic code was activated. Repair: Note the diagnostic code and note the location of the suspect detonation sensor. Proceed to Test Step 4. Repair: The open circuit may be caused by a poor electrical connection or a wiring problem between the ECM and the connector for the sensor. If only one detonation sensor has an 04 short to ground diagnostic code, the open circuit for the +8 volt supply is in the rail. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. If more than one detonation sensor has an 04 short to ground diagnostic code, use the following procedure to locate the open circuit for the +8 volt supply: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. and 8.4 VDC. The correct voltage is not available to the sensor. There is probably an open circuit in the +8 volt supply or in the return for the sensor.

Test Step 4. Verify the Presence of the Supply Voltage to the Sensor
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Illustration 149

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(AA) View of the rails receptacle for the sensors connector (A) +8 V supply (B) Return (C) Signal

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4. Use a voltmeter to measure the voltage between terminals A and B on the engine harness 6-pin connector. If the voltage is between 7.6 VDC and 8.4 VDC, the open circuit is in the rail. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. If the voltage is not between 7.6 VDC and 8.4 VDC, the open circuit may be in the engine harness. Proceed to the next Step. 5. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 6. Disconnect the appropriate harness from the terminal box. If you are troubleshooting the sensors on the right side of the engine, disconnect the harness from connector (J5). If you are troubleshooting the sensors on the left side of the engine, disconnect the harness from connector (J6). 7. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.
Illustration 151
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Illustration 150

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(1) 6-pin J675/P675 connectors on the rail for the right side detonation sensors

(2) 6-pin J676/P676 connectors on the rail for the left side detonation sensors

2. Disconnect the 6-pin connector from the rail on the suspect sensors side of the engine. 3. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.

Illustration 153 Bottom view of the terminal box

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Illustration 152 6-pin connector on the engine harness

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(J6) Terminal boxs connector for the harness on the left side of the engine (J6-54) Return (J6-57) +8 V supply (J5) Terminal boxs connector for the harness on the right side of the engine (J5-31) +8 V supply (J5-23) Return

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8. Measure the voltage between the terminals for the detonation sensors supply and the return. If you are troubleshooting the sensors on the left side of the engine, measure the voltage between terminals (J6-54) and (J6-57). If you are troubleshooting the sensors on the right side of the engine, measure the voltage between terminals (J5-23) and (J5-31). If the voltage is between 7.6 VDC and 8.4 VDC, the open circuit is in the engine harness. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. If the voltage is not between 7.6 VDC and 8.4 VDC, the open circuit is in the terminal box between the ECM J2 connector and the engine harness connector on the terminal box. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the components, if necessary. STOP.

Results:

Yes The voltage is between 0.4 VDC and 0.6


VDC. Repair: Reconnect the suspect sensor. Start the engine again and check for the diagnostic code. If the diagnostic code recurs, replace the detonation sensor with a known good detonation sensor. Tighten the detonation sensor according to Specifications, RENR5907, Detonation Sensor. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

No The voltage is not between 0.4 VDC and 0.6


VDC. If the voltage is less than 0.4 VDC, there is probably a short to ground or an open circuit between the rails connector for the detonation sensor and the ECM. If the voltage is greater than 4.8 VDC, there is probably a short circuit to a +Battery source between the rails connector for the detonation sensor and the ECM. Repair: Proceed to Test Step 6.

Test Step 5. Measure the Voltage of the Signal Wire at the Rail
A. Ensure that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is ON and that the engine control is in the STOP position.

Test Step 6. Measure the Voltage of the Suspect Signal Terminal at the ECM
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Illustration 154

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(AA) View of the rails receptacle for the sensors connector (A) +8 V supply (B) Return (C) Signal

B. Measure the voltage between terminals (B) and (C) on the rails receptacle for the sensors connector. Expected Result: The voltage is between 0.4 VDC and 0.6 VDC.

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Expected Result: The voltage is between 0.4 VDC and 0.6 VDC. Results:

Yes The voltage is between 0.4 VDC and 0.6

VDC. The ECM is OK. There is a problem with a connection and/or the wiring between the ECM and the rails connector for the detonation sensor. If you suspect that there is a short circuit to a +Battery source, proceed to test Step 7. If you suspect that there is an open circuit, proceed to Test Step 8. If you suspect that there is a short to ground, proceed to Test Step 9. VDC. There is a problem with the ECM. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from ECM P2 connector. Reinstall the original signal wire into the P2 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is secure. Replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.

No The voltage is not between 0.4 VDC and 0.6

Illustration 155 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-36) (P2-37) (P2-38) (P2-39) (P2-54) (P2-44) (P2-45) (P2-46) (P2-47) (P2-55) Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Return (right side) Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Return (left side) 1 and 3 5 and 7 9 and 11 13 and 15 14 and 16 10 and 12 6 and 8 2 and 4

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Test Step 7. Monitor the Voltage and Isolate the Short Circuit
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the ECM P2 connector. Reinstall the removed suspect signal wire into the terminal. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation.

B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the suspect signal wire from ECM P2 connector. C. Install one end of jumper wire with the appropriate connectors on the ends into the terminal for the suspect signal wire. Leave the other end of the jumper wire unconnected. Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify that the jumper wire is properly connected. D. Insert a lead of a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe into the terminal for the corresponding return wire. E. Connect the leads of a voltmeter to the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe and to the loose end of the jumper wire. F. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Use the voltmeter to measure the voltage.

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Illustration 157

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(1) 6-pin J675/P675 connectors on the rail for the right side detonation sensors

Illustration 156 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-36) (P2-37) (P2-38) (P2-39) (P2-54) (P2-44) (P2-45) (P2-46) (P2-47) (P2-55) Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Return (right side) Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Signal for cylinders Return (left side) 1 and 3 5 and 7 9 and 11 13 and 15 14 and 16 10 and 12 6 and 8 2 and 4

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Illustration 158

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(2) 6-pin J676/P676 connectors on the rail for the left side detonation sensors

G. Disconnect the 6-pin connector from the rail on the suspect sensors side of the engine. H. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. I. Use the voltmeter to measure the voltage again. Compare the voltage to the previously noted voltage. If the voltage is between 0.4 VDC and 0.6 VDC, there is a short circuit in the rail on the suspect sensors side of the engine. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. If the voltage is still greater than 4.8 VDC, the rail is probably OK. Continue with this procedure.

C. Insert the lead of a 7X-1710 Multimeter Probe into the terminal for the suspect sensors signal wire in the harness side of the ECM P2 connector. D. Verify that the voltmeter is properly connected to the leads of the 7X-1710 Multimeter Probes. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. E. Measure the voltage. Because a short circuit to a +Battery source is suspected, the expected voltage is greater than 4.8 VDC. F. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

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Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Repair the harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

No Before the harness was disconnected,


the voltage was greater than 4.8 VDC. After the harness was disconnected, the voltage was still greater than 4.8 VDC. There is a problem in the terminal box. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Repair the connector and/or wiring, when possible. Replace the connector and/or wiring, if necessary. STOP.

Illustration 159

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(1) ECM J2/P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors for the left side engine harness (4) Terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors for the right side engine harness

J. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. K. Disconnect the appropriate harness from the terminal box. If you are troubleshooting a sensor on the right side of the engine, disconnect the harness from the J5 connector. If you are troubleshooting a sensor on the left side of the engine, disconnect the harness from the J6 connector. L. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. M. Use the voltmeter to measure the voltage again. Compare the voltage to the previously noted voltage. Expected Result: Before the harness was disconnected, the voltage was greater than 4.8 VDC. After the harness was disconnected, the voltage was between 0.4 VDC and 0.6 VDC. Results:

Test Step 8. Check the Engine Harness for a Short Circuit to Ground

Illustration 160

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(1) ECM J2/P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors for the left side engine harness (4) Terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors for the right side engine harness

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from ECM connector (P2). Reinstall the suspect signal wire into connector (P2). Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is secure.

Yes Before the harness was disconnected,


the voltage was greater than 4.8 VDC. After the harness was disconnected, the voltage was between 0.4 VDC and 0.6 VDC. There is a problem in the engine harness. Repair: The problem is probably caused by a poor electrical connection and/or a wiring problem in the harness.

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Illustration 161 Right side of the engine

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Illustration 163 6-pin connector on the engine harness

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(5) Rail on the right side of the engine (6) 6-pin J675/P675 connectors for the detonation sensors (7) Connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (6) Detonation sensor

Illustration 164 Ground strap for the ICSM Illustration 162 Left side of the engine (9) Rail on the left side of the engine (10) 6-pin J676/P676 connector for the detonation sensors (11) Connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (12) Detonation sensor
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D. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ICSM and the terminal for the suspect signal wire on the engine harness 6-pin connector. The terminals on the 6-pin connectors for the detonation sensors signal wires are identified in Table 37.
Table 37

C. Disconnect the appropriate engine harness 6-pin connector from the rail. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the right side of the engine, disconnect the connector. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the left side of the engine, disconnect the P676 connector.

Terminals on the 6-Pin Connectors for the Detonation Sensors Signal Wires Terminal C D E F Right Side Harness P675 Cylinders 1 and 3 Cylinders 5 and 7 Cylinders 9 and 11 Cylinders 13 and 15 Left Side Harness P676 Cylinders 14 and 16 Cylinders 10 and 12 Cylinders 6 and 8 Cylinders 2 and 4

If the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms, the signal wire from the engine harness to the ECM is OK. The signal wire is probably shorted to ground in the rail.

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Verify that the short circuit is in the rail. Reconnect the engine harness 6-pin connector to the rails receptacle. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ICSM and the terminal for the suspect signal wire on the rails 3-pin connector for the detonation sensor. If the resistance is less than 5 ohms, the short circuit is in the rail. The short circuit is caused by a poor electrical connection and/or a wiring problem in the rail. Repair the connector and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. If the resistance is less than 5 ohms, the short circuit is probably in the engine harness or the terminal box. Continue with this procedure. E. Ensure that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position. Ensure that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF.
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Illustration 166 Connectors J6 and J5 on the bottom of the terminal box (J6-63) Signal (J6-64) Signal (J6-65) Signal (J6-66) Signal (J5-38) Signal (J5-30) Signal (J5-22) Signal (J5-12) Signal for for for for for for for for cylinders cylinders cylinders cylinders cylinders cylinders cylinders cylinders 2 and 4 6 and 8 10 and 12 14 and 16 1 and 3 5 and 7 9 and 11 13 and 15

Illustration 165 (13) Ground strap for the ECM (3) J6/P6 connectors for the left side engine harness (4) J5/P5 connectors for the right side engine harness

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G. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ECM and the terminal for the suspect signal wire on connector J6 or J5. Expected Result: The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms. Results:

F. Disconnect the suspect engine harness from the terminal box. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the right side of the engine, disconnect the P5 connector. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the left side of the engine, disconnect the P6 connector.

Yes The resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms.


The signal wire from the terminal boxs connector to the ECM is OK. The signal wire is probably shorted to ground in the engine harness.

Repair: Verify that the short circuit is in the engine harness. Reconnect the engine harness to the terminal box. Measure the resistance between the ground strap for the ICSM and the terminal for the suspect signal wire on the engine harness 6-pin connector for the detonation sensors. If the resistance is less than 5 ohms, the short circuit is in the engine harness. The short circuit is caused by a poor electrical connection or a wiring problem in the harness. Repair the connector and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

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No The resistance is less than 5 ohms. The


short circuit is in the terminal box. Repair: The short circuit is caused by a poor electrical connection or a wiring problem in the terminal box. Repair the connector and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the wiring, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 9. Isolate the Open Circuit


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Illustration 168 Right side of the engine

(5) Rail on the right side of the engine (6) 6-pin J675/P675 connectors for the detonation sensors (7) 3-pin connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (8) Detonation sensor

Illustration 167

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(1) ECM J2/P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors for the left side engine harness (4) Terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors for the right side engine harness

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the ECM P2 connector. Reinstall the suspect signal wire into the P2 connector. Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is secure.

Illustration 169 Left side of the engine

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(9) Rail on the left side of the engine (10) 6-pin J676/P676 connectors for the detonation sensors (11) 3-pin connectors on the rail for the detonation sensor (12) Detonation sensor

C. Disconnect the appropriate engine harness 6-pin connector from the rail. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the right side of the engine, disconnect the J675/P675 connectors. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the left side of the engine, disconnect the J675/P675 connectors. D. Use a jumper wire with the appropriate terminals on the ends. Install the jumper wire onto the terminals for the suspect signal wire and the voltage supply wire on the rails 3-pin connector for the detonation sensor.

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Illustration 170 6-pin connector on the rail

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Illustration 171

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E. Measure the resistance between the terminals for the suspect signal wire and the voltage supply on the rails 6-pin connector. The terminals on the rails 6-pin connectors for the detonation sensors signal wires and voltage supply wires are identified in Table 38.
Table 38

(1) ECM J2/P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors for the left side engine harness (4) Terminal boxs J5/P5 connectors for the right side engine harness

F. Make sure that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF. G. Disconnect the appropriate engine harness connector from the terminal box. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the right side of the engine, disconnect the P5 connector. If you are troubleshooting a problem on the left side of the engine, disconnect the P6connector.

Terminals for the Voltage Supply Wires and Signal Wires on the Rails 6-Pin Connectors Terminal A C D E F Right Side Harness J675 +8 VDC Signal for cylinders 1 and 3 Signal for cylinders 5 and 7 Signal for cylinders 9 and 11 Signal for cylinders 13 and 15 Left Side Harness J676 +8 VDC Signal for cylinders 14 and 16 Signal for cylinders 10 and 12 Signal for cylinders 6 and 8 Signal for cylinders 2 and 4

If the resistance is greater than 20,000 ohms, there is an open circuit in the rail. The open circuit is probably caused by a poor electrical connection and/or a broken wire. Repair the electrical connection and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the rail, if necessary. If the resistance is less than 5 ohms, the rail is OK. There is probably an open circuit between the ECM and the rail. Proceed to the next Step.
Illustration 172 Engine harness connectors (AA) 6-pin connector for the detonation sensors (BB) Connector for the terminal box
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H. Install a jumper wire into the terminals for the suspect signal wire and the voltage supply on the engine harness 6-pin connector for the detonation sensors. The terminals for the 6-pin connectors are identified in Table 39. I. Measure the resistance between the corresponding terminals for the suspect signal wire and the voltage supply on the engine harness connector for the terminal box. The corresponding terminal boxs connectors are identified in Table 39.
Table 39

Repair: The open circuit is probably caused by a poor electrical connection and/or broken wire in the engine harness. Repair the connector and/or the wiring, when possible. Replace the engine harness, if necessary. STOP.
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ECM Output Circuit (Fuel Control)


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: The ECM contains the logic and the outputs for control of prelubrication, starting, and shutdown of the engine. The logic for starting and stopping is customer programmable. The logic responds to inputs from the following components: engine control switch, emergency stop switch, remote start switch, data link, and other inputs. The Gas Shutoff Valve (GSOV) is energize-to-run. To enable fuel flow to the engine, the solenoid for the GSOV must be energized. The ECM provides +Battery voltage to the solenoid for the GSOV when the logic determines that fuel is required for engine operation. For engine shutdown, the ECM removes the voltage from the GSOV. This stops the fuel flow. Logged diagnostics provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. The most likely causes of the diagnostic code are a poor electrical connection or a problem in a wiring harness. The next likely cause is a problem with the GSOV. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. The troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Terminals on the Engine Harness Connectors for the Detonation Sensors Harness 6-Pin Connector Terminals A C Corresponding Terminals Right Side Harness P5 Connector + 8 VDC P5-31 Signal for cylinders 1 and 3 P5-38 Signal for cylinders 5 and 7 P5-30 Signal for cylinders 9 and 11 P5-22 Signal for cylinders 13 and 15 P5-12 Corresponding Terminals Left Side Harness P6 Connector + 8 VDC P6-67 Signal for cylinders 14 and 16 P6-66 Signal for cylinders 10 and 12 P6-65 Signal for cylinders 6 and 8 P6-64 Signal for cylinders 2 and 4 P6-63

Expected Result: The resistance is less than 5 ohms. Results:

Yes The resistance is less than 5 ohms. The

engine harness is OK. There is a problem with a connector for the signal wire or the wire in the terminal box is broken. Repair: Repair the connector and/or the wire, when possible. Replace the connector and/or the wire, if necessary. STOP.

No The resistance is greater than 5 ohms.


There is an open circuit in the engine harness.

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Illustration 173 Schematic of the solenoid for the GSOV

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Illustration 175 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-11) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid (P2-21) Return

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring

Illustration 174

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(1) ECM P2 connectors (2) 16 amp circuit breaker (3) Terminal boxs J6 connector for the left engine harness (4) 70-pin customer connector J3 (5) Control panels 47-pin connector J4

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Switch the 6 amp circuit breaker OFF. Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

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Illustration 176 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-70) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid (P6-57) Return

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Illustration 177 70-pin customer connector J3 (J3-60) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

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Illustration 178 Bottom of the terminal box Control panels 47-pin connector J4 (J4-m) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

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d. Inspect the terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) for loose wires, frayed wires, foreign material, and corrosion. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2. condition and/or at least one connection is improper.
Illustration 179 Terminal strip in the control panel
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Not OK The components are not in good

Repair: Perform the necessary repairs, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. STOP.

Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Switch the 6 amp circuit breaker ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid is OFF. The output is OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and the engine is not running. B. Wait for 30 seconds and use ET to check for an active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. If there is an active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code, proceed to the Results for this Test Step. Otherwise, continue this procedure. C. Use ET to check the logged diagnostic codes. If there is a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground or a 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction diagnostic code, clear the code. D. To prevent the engine from starting, shut the gas supply OFF. Note: To provide the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid, the sequence for engine start-up must be initiated. Otherwise, a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground or a 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction diagnostic code cannot be generated. Note: The ECM will not provide output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid unless the prelube pressure switch is closed. Make sure that the prelube pressure switch is operating properly.

Illustration 180 Gas shutoff valves solenoid

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B. Thoroughly inspect the following connectors and the wiring harnesses for the connectors:

ECM J2/P2 connectors Terminal boxs connectors (J6/P6) 70-pin customer connector J3 Control panels 47-pin connector J4 Terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) Connector for the gas shutoff valves solenoid
a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the 70-pin connectors. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in). b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the gas shutoff valves solenoid. c. Check the harness and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the ECM to the gas shutoff valves solenoid.

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E. Turn the engine control switch to the START position for at least 30 seconds. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. F. Use ET to look for a logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground or a 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction diagnostic code again. Expected Result: When the engine control switch was in the STOP position, there was no active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. After the engine was cranked, there was no logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground or 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction diagnostic code. Results:

Test Step 3. Check for a Short Circuit to the +Battery Side

Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test. A. Make sure that no combustible gas is present in the surrounding atmosphere. B. Ensure that the engine control switch is in the STOP position.

OK No diagnostic codes were generated.


The output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid seems to be OK at this time. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection. Repair: If there is an intermittent problem that is causing the codes to be logged, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. STOP.

Not OK (17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit

diagnostic code) A 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code was activated. This can be caused by an actual open circuit or by a short circuit to the +Battery side. Proceed to Test Step 3. diagnostic code) After the engine was cranked, a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code was generated. Proceed to Test Step 8.

Illustration 181 Typical connector for a solenoid

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Not OK (17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground

C. Disconnect the connector from the gas shutoff valves solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. Expected Result: There is no audible click and/or vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the engine control switch is in the STOP position.

Not OK (17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction


diagnostic code) After the engine was cranked, a 17-12 Fuel Shutoff Valve malfunction diagnostic code was generated. The ECM disabled the ignition. Repair: Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Replace the gas shutoff valves solenoid. STOP.

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Results:

OK There is no audible click and/or vibration


when the solenoid is disconnected and connected. There is no short circuit to the +Battery side. There is an open circuit. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Not OK There is an audible click and/or


vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and connected. The solenoid is receiving power when the engine control switch is in the STOP position. There is probably a short circuit to the +Battery side in a connector or a wiring harness. Proceed to Test Step 4.

Test Step 4. Determine the Cause of the Energized Solenoid

Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test. A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Illustration 182 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-70) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P6-70) from the harness side of the terminal box P6 connector. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.

Illustration 183 Typical connector for a solenoid

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D. Disconnect the connector from the gas shutoff valves solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid.

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If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. Expected Result: There is no audible click and/or vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the J6 connector. Results:

OK There is no audible click and/or vibration

when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the J6 connector. Repair: Use the following procedure to determine whether the circuit driver for the solenoid is faulty:

Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test. 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Reinstall the removed wire into terminal (P6-70). Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is properly installed.

Illustration 184 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-11) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

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3. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P2-11). 4. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. 5. Disconnect the connector from the gas shutoff valves solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. If the solenoid is energized, there is a problem with a connector and/or wiring in the terminal box. Repair the wiring and/or the connector, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. If the solenoid is not energized, there may be a problem with the ECM. Continue with this procedure.

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6. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 7. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from terminal (P2-11). Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. 8. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. 9. Disconnect the connector from the gas shutoff valves solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. If the solenoid is not energized, there is an intermittent problem with a connector and/or the wiring. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. If the solenoid is energized, there is a problem with the ECM. Replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. STOP.

Illustration 185 Typical connector for a solenoid

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C. Install a jumper wire with the appropriate connectors on the ends into terminals A and B of the solenoids connector. D. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid is OFF. The output is OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and the engine is not running. E. Wait for 30 seconds and use the Active Diagnostic screen of ET to look for a 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. Expected Result: A 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code was not generated when the jumper wire was installed. Results:

Not OK There is an audible click and/or


vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the terminal box J6 connector. There is a short circuit to the +Battery side in the engine harness. Repair: Repair the connector and/or wiring in the engine harness, when possible. Replace the engine harness, if necessary. STOP.

OK A 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit Test Step 5. Create a Short Circuit in order to Check for an Open Circuit
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Disconnect the gas shutoff valves solenoid. diagnostic code was not generated when the jumper wire was installed. The harness and the ECM are OK. There is a problem with the solenoid. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Remove the jumper wire from the solenoids connector. 3. Inspect the solenoids connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion. 4. Make repairs, as needed.

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If the problem is not resolved, replace the solenoid. STOP.

D. Install a jumper wire with the appropriate Deutsch connectors on the ends into terminals (P6-70) and (P6-57). Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify proper installation. E. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid is OFF. The output is OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and the engine is not running. F. Wait for 30 seconds and use ET to check for an active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. Expected Result: There is no active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. Results:

Not OK A 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open


circuit diagnostic code was generated when the jumper wire was installed. There may be an open circuit in the engine harness. Proceed to Test Step 6.

Test Step 6. Check the Engine Harness


A. Ensure that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF. B. Disconnect the P6 connector from the terminal box. Inspect the P6 and J6 connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion. Make repairs, if necessary.

OK When the jumper wire was installed, there


was no active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. There is a problem in the engine harness. Repair: Repair the engine harness, when possible. Replace the engine harness, if necessary. STOP.

Not OK When the jumper wire was installed, a

17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code was activated. The ECM did not detect the jumper wire in the P6 connector. There is a problem in the terminal box. Proceed to test Step 7.

Test Step 7. Check the ECM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.
Illustration 186 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-70) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid (P2-57) Return
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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the P6 connector. C. Reinstall the terminals into P6-70 and P6-57. Make sure that the terminals are installed into the correct locations. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation of the terminals. D. Disconnect the ECM J2/P2 connectors. Inspect the connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion.

C. Reconnect the P6 connector to the terminal box. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P6-70) and (P6-57). Label the terminals.

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Make repairs, if necessary.

Results:

OK When the jumper wire was installed, there


was no active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. The ECM detects the jumper wire at the P2 connector. However, the ECM did not detect the jumper wire at the P6 connector. There is a problem between the ECM P2 connector and the terminal box P6 connector. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the P2 connector. 3. Reinstall the terminals into P2-11 and P2-21. Make sure that the terminals are installed into the correct locations. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation of the terminals. 4. Disconnect the ECM J2/P2 connectors. Inspect the connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion.
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Illustration 187 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-11) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid (P2-21) Return

5. Thoroughly inspect the terminal box J6 connector for the engine harness. 6. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance between the P2-11 terminal and the J6-70 terminal. Also, measure the resistance between the P2-21 terminal and the J6-57 terminal. If the resistance is less than 5 ohms, the circuit has good continuity. Otherwise, there is an open circuit. Make repairs, if necessary. STOP.

E. Use the 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P2-11) and (P2-21). Label the terminals. F. Reconnect the ECM J2/P2 connectors. G. Install the jumper wire into terminals (P2-11) and (P2-21). Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify proper installation. H. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid is OFF. The output is OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and the engine is not running. I. Wait for 30 seconds and use the Active Diagnostic screen of ET to look for an active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code. Expected Result: There is no active 17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code.

No When the jumper wire was installed, a


17-05 Fuel Shutoff Valve open circuit diagnostic code was activated. The ECM did not detect the jumper wire. There is a problem with the ECM. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove the jumper wire from the P2 connector. 3. Reinstall the terminals into P2-11 and P2-21. Make sure that the terminals are installed into the correct locations. Pull on the wires in order to verify proper installation of the terminals.

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4. Replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

2. Inspect the connections of the solenoid for damage and/or corrosion. 3. Make repairs, as needed.

Test Step 8. Create an Open Circuit in order to Check for a Short Circuit to Ground
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. B. Disconnect the gas shutoff valves solenoid. C. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Use ET to clear the logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code. E. To prevent the engine from starting, shut OFF the main gas supply. Note: To provide the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid, the sequence for engine start-up must be initiated. Otherwise, a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code cannot be generated. Note: The ECM will not provide output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid unless the prelube pressure switch is closed. Make sure that the prelube pressure switch is operating properly. F. Turn the engine control switch to the START position for at least 30 seconds. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Use ET to look for a logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code again. Expected Result: A 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground was not generated. Results:

If the problem is not resolved, replace the solenoid. STOP.

Not OK A short to ground diagnostic


code was generated when the solenoid was disconnected. Proceed to Test Step 9.

Test Step 9. Create an Open Circuit at the Terminal Box


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Illustration 188

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OK When the solenoid was connected, a short


to ground diagnostic code was generated. When the solenoid was disconnected, no short to ground diagnostic code was generated. There is a problem with the solenoid. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-70) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P6-70). C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Use ET to clear the logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code.

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E. To prevent the engine from starting, shut OFF the main gas supply. Note: To provide the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid, the sequence for engine start-up must be initiated. Otherwise, a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code cannot be generated. Note: The ECM will not provide output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid unless the prelube pressure switch is closed. Make sure that the prelube pressure switch is operating properly. F. Turn the engine control switch to the START position for at least 30 seconds. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Use ET to look for a logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code again. Expected Result: A 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground was not generated. Results:

Test Step 10. Check the ECM


A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.

OK A 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground


diagnostic code was not generated when the output to the solenoid was disconnected from the terminal box P6 connector. There is a problem in the engine harness.
Illustration 189

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Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from P6-70. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. 3. Repair the harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-11) Circuit driver for the gas shutoff valves solenoid

B. Use the 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P2-11). C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. D. Use ET to clear the logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code. E. To prevent the engine from starting, shut OFF the main gas supply. Note: To provide the output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid, the sequence for engine start-up must be initiated. Otherwise, a 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code cannot be generated. Note: The ECM will not provide output for the gas shutoff valves solenoid unless the prelube pressure switch is closed. Make sure that the prelube pressure switch is operating properly.

Not OK A 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to


ground diagnostic code was generated when the output to the solenoid was disconnected from the terminal box P6 connector. There is probably a short circuit to ground in the terminal box. Repair: Reinstall the terminal that was removed from P6-57. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. Proceed to Test Step 10.

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F. Turn the engine control switch to the START position for at least 30 seconds. Then turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. G. Use ET to look for a logged 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code again. Expected Result: The 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code was not generated. Results:

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ECM Output Circuit (Prelubrication Oil Pump)


SMCS Code: 1901-038 System Operation Description: The ECM contains the logic and the outputs for control of prelubrication, starting, and shutdown of the engine. The logic for starting and stopping is customer programmable. The logic responds to inputs from the following components: engine control switch, emergency stop switch, remote start switch, data link, and other inputs. The prelube pump will not operate if the emergency stop button is activated or if the engine speed is greater than 0 rpm. When the conditions permit operation and the logic determines that lubrication is required, the ECM provides +Battery voltage to the prelube pumps solenoid. After activation, the prelube pump will operate until one of the following occurrences:

OK When the output to the solenoid was


disconnected from the ECM P2 connector, the 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to ground diagnostic code was not generated. However, a short to ground diagnostic code was generated when the output to the solenoid was disconnected from the terminal box P6 connector. There is a problem in the terminal box between the ECM connector and the terminal box P6 connector. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from P2-11. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. 3. Repair the harness, when possible. Replace the harness, if necessary. STOP.

The prelube pressure switch closes. The programmable Engine Pre-lube Time Out
Period expires.

The emergency stop button is pressed.


The prelube pump can also be operated with a manual switch. When the switch is closed, a +Battery signal is sent to the ECM. The ECM provides +Battery voltage to the prelube pumps solenoid until the switch is released or until the prelube pressure switch closes. The prelubrication system also operates after shutdown. This ensures that the turbocharger has adequate lubrication during coastdown. When the engine reaches 0 rpm, the output for the prelube pump will operate for three minutes. When +Battery voltage is supplied to the prelube pumps solenoid, the ECM also provides +Battery voltage to the Prelube Active indicator in the control panel (if equipped). Before you troubleshoot the prelubrication system, make sure that the ECM is programmed properly. The Engine Pre-Lube Time Out Period must be programmed to a value between 30 and 300 seconds. Make sure that the hardware is installed: prelube pump, solenoid for the pump, prelube pressure switch, and manual prelube switch. Make sure that the wiring is installed. Refer to the engines electrical Schematic.

Not OK A 17-06 Fuel Shutoff Valve short to

ground diagnostic code was generated when the output to the solenoid was disconnected from the ECM P2 connector. There seems to be a problem with the ECM. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from P2-11. Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. 3. Replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM. Verify that the problem is resolved. STOP.

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If Caterpillar did not supply the prelubrication system, the prelubrication function and the E233 (3) event code are disabled. The 338-05, 338-06, and 339-05 diagnostic codes are disabled. Logged diagnostics provide an historical record. Before you begin this procedure, use ET to print the logged codes to a file. The most likely causes of the diagnostic code are a poor electrical connection or a problem in a wiring harness. The next likely cause is a problem with the prelube pumps solenoid. The least likely cause is a problem with the ECM. The troubleshooting procedure may generate additional diagnostic codes. Keep your mind on correcting the cause of the original diagnostic code. Clear the diagnostic codes after the problem is resolved.

Illustration 190 Schematic for the prelube pumps solenoid

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Test Step 1. Inspect the Electrical Connectors and Wiring

Illustration 191

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(1) ECM P1 connectors (2) ECM P2 connectors (3) 16 amp circuit breaker (4) 6 amp circuit breaker (5) 70-pin customer connector J3 (6) Control panels 47-pin connector J4 (7) Terminal boxs J6 connector for the left engine harness

A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. Switch the 6 amp circuit breaker OFF.
Illustration 192

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Note: For the following steps, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors.

Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-12) Return (P2-22) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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Illustration 195 Bottom of the terminal box Control panels 47-pin connector J4 (J4-T) Input signal for the manual prelube (J4-c) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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Illustration 193 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-28) Return (P6-36) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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Illustration 194 Inside of the control panel (if equipped)

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Illustration 196 70-pin customer connector J3 (J3-58) Input signal for the manual prelube (J3-59) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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(8) Manual Prelube switch and Prelube Active indicator (9) Terminal strip

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c. Check the harness and wiring for abrasion and pinch points from the ECM to the prelube pumps solenoid. d. Inspect the terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) for loose wires, frayed wires, foreign material, and corrosion. Expected Result: All of the connectors, pins, and sockets are connected properly. The connectors and the wiring are free of corrosion, abrasion, and pinch points. Results:

OK The components are in good condition with


proper connections. Proceed to Test Step 2.

Not OK The components are not in good


condition and/or at least one connection is improper. Repair: Perform the necessary repairs, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary. STOP.
Illustration 197 ECM connector P1 (P1-56) Input signal for the manual prelube
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Test Step 2. Check for Diagnostic Codes


A. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Switch the 6 amp circuit breaker ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the ECM output for the prelube pumps solenoid is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and when the prelube pressure switch is closed. B. Wait for 30 seconds and use ET to check for an active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. If there is an active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code, proceed to the Results for this Test Step. Otherwise, continue this procedure. C. Use ET to check the logged diagnostic codes. If there is a 338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground diagnostic code, clear the code. Note: The 338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground diagnostic code can only be detected when the ECM output for the prelube pumps solenoid is ON. The output is normally ON when the engine control switch is in the START position and the prelube pressure switch is open.

B. Thoroughly inspect the following connectors and the wiring harnesses for the connectors:

ECM J1/P1 connectors ECM J2/P2 connectors Terminal boxs J6/P6 connectors 70-pin customer connector J3 Control panels 47-pin connector J4 Terminal strip in the control panel (if equipped) Manual Prelube switch and Prelube Active
indicator in the control panel (if equipped)

Connector for the prelube pumps solenoid


a. Check the torque of the Allen head screw for the 70-pin connectors. The proper torque is 6 1 Nm (55 9 lb in). b. Perform a 45 N (10 lb) pull test on each of the wires that are associated with the prelube pumps solenoid.

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D. Activate the manual prelube switch for at least 30 seconds. Then release the switch. E. Use ET to look for a logged 338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground diagnostic code again. Expected Result: When the engine control switch was in the STOP position, there was no active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. After the manual prelube switch was operated, there was no logged 338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground diagnostic code. Results:

B. Ensure that the engine control switch is in the STOP position.

Illustration 198

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OK No diagnostic codes were generated. The

Typical connector for a solenoid

output for the prelube pumps solenoid seems to be OK at this time. The initial diagnostic code was probably caused by a poor electrical connection.

C. Disconnect the connector from the prelube pumps solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. Expected Result: There is no audible click and/or vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the engine control switch is in the STOP position. Results:

Repair: If there is an intermittent problem that is causing the codes to be logged, refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. STOP.

Not OK (338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit

diagnostic code) A 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code was activated. This can be caused by an actual open circuit or by a short circuit to the +Battery side. Proceed to Test Step 3. diagnostic code) After the manual prelube switch was operated, a 338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground diagnostic code was generated. Proceed to Test Step 8.

Not OK (338-06 Prelube Relay short to ground

OK There is no audible click and/or vibration


when the solenoid is disconnected and connected. There is no short circuit to the +Battery side. There is an open circuit. Proceed to Test Step 5.

Test Step 3. Check for a Short Circuit to the +Battery Side

Not OK There is an audible click and/or


Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test. A. Make sure that no combustible gas is present in the surrounding atmosphere. vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and connected. The solenoid is receiving power when the engine control switch is in the STOP position. There is probably a short circuit to the +Battery side in a connector or a wiring harness. Proceed to Test Step 4.

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Test Step 4. Determine the Cause of the Energized Solenoid

Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test. A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF.
Illustration 200 Typical connector for a solenoid
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D. Disconnect the connector from the prelube pumps solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. Expected Result: There is no audible click and/or vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the J6 connector. Results:

OK There is no audible click and/or vibration


when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is not energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the J6 connector. Repair: Use the following procedure to determine whether the circuit driver for the solenoid is faulty:

Illustration 199 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-36) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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B. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P6-36) from the harness side of the terminal box P6 connector. C. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position.

Gaseous fuel is present. Personal Injury or Death can result from an open flame or spark igniting the gaseous fuel causing an explosion and/or fire. Always use a gas detector to determine the presence of gaseous fuel when maintaining and servicing. Contact you local gas provider immediately for assistance in the event of a leak. Note: Open sparks can be generated during this test.

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1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Reinstall the removed wire into terminal (P6-36). Pull on the wire in order to verify that the terminal is properly installed.

If the solenoid is not energized, there may be a problem with the ECM. Continue with this procedure. 6. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 7. Reinstall the terminal that was removed from terminal (P2-12). Pull on the wire in order to verify proper installation of the terminal. 8. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. 9. Disconnect the connector from the prelube pumps solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. If the solenoid is not energized, there is an intermittent problem with a connector and/or the wiring. Refer to Troubleshooting, Inspecting Electrical Connectors. If the solenoid is energized, there is a problem with the ECM. Replace the ECM according to Troubleshooting, Replacing the ECM.

Illustration 201 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-12) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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STOP.

Not OK There is an audible click and/or


vibration when the solenoid is disconnected and reconnected. The solenoid is energized when the circuit driver for the solenoid is disconnected from the terminal box P6 connector. There is a short circuit to the +Battery side in the engine harness. Repair: Repair the connector and/or wiring in the engine harness, when possible. Replace the engine harness, if necessary. STOP.

3. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminal (P2-12). 4. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. 5. Disconnect the connector from the prelube pumps solenoid. Then reconnect the connector. Listen for an audible click from the solenoid. If the ambient noise is too loud, touch the solenoid when the solenoid is reconnected in order to feel the vibration. The solenoid will vibrate when the solenoid is de-energized and energized. If the solenoid is energized, there is a problem with a connector and/or wiring in the terminal box. Repair the wiring and/or the connector, when possible. Replace parts, if necessary.

Test Step 5. Create a Short Circuit in order to Check for an Open Circuit
A. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. B. Disconnect the prelube pumps solenoid.

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3. Inspect the solenoids connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion. 4. Make repairs, as needed. If the problem is not resolved, replace the solenoid. STOP.

Not OK A 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit


diagnostic code was generated when the jumper wire was installed. There may be an open circuit in the engine harness. Proceed to Test Step 6.
Illustration 202 Typical connector for a solenoid
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Test Step 6. Check the Engine Harness


A. Ensure that the engine control switch is in the OFF/RESET position and that the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM is OFF. B. Disconnect the P6 connector from the terminal box. Inspect the P6 and J6 connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion. Make repairs, if necessary.

C. Install a jumper wire with the appropriate connectors on the ends into terminals A and B of the solenoids connector. D. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the ECM output for the prelube pumps solenoid is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and when the prelube pressure switch is closed. E. Wait for 30 seconds and use the Active Diagnostic screen of ET to look for a 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. Expected Result: A 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code was not generated when the jumper wire was installed. Results:

OK A 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit


diagnostic code was not generated when the jumper wire was installed. The harness and the ECM are OK. There is a problem with the solenoid. Repair: Perform the following procedure: 1. Turn the engine control switch to the OFF/RESET position. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM OFF. 2. Remove the jumper wire from the solenoids connector.
Illustration 203 Harness side of the terminal box P6 connector (P6-28) Return (P6-36) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid
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C. Reconnect the P6 connector to the terminal box. Use a 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P6-28) and (P6-36). Label the terminals. D. Install a jumper wire with the appropriate Deutsch connectors on the ends into terminals (P6-28) and (P6-36). Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify proper installation. E. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the ECM output for the prelube pumps solenoid is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and when the prelube pressure switch is closed. F. Wait for 30 seconds and use ET to check for an active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. Expected Result: There is no active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. Results:

D. Disconnect the ECM J2/P2 connectors. Inspect the connectors for damage, moisture, and corrosion. Make repairs, if necessary.

OK When the jumper wire was installed, there


was no active 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code. There is a problem in the engine harness. Repair: Repair the engine harness, when possible. Replace the engine harness, if necessary. STOP.
Illustration 204 Harness side of the ECM P2 connector (P2-12) Return (P2-22) Circuit driver for the prelube pumps solenoid

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E. Use the 151-6320 Wire Removal Tool to remove terminals (P2-12) and (P2-22). Label the terminals. F. Reconnect the ECM J2/P2 connectors. G. Install the jumper wire into terminals (P2-12) and (P2-22). Pull on the jumper wire in order to verify proper installation. H. Switch the 16 amp circuit breaker for the ECM ON. Turn the engine control switch to the STOP position. Note: The 338-05 Prelube Relay open circuit diagnostic code can only be detected when the ECM output for the prelube pumps solenoid is OFF. The output is normally OFF when the engine control switch is in the STOP position and when the prelube pr