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82 FLASH CODE 82 – OIL LEVEL, EXHAUST TEMP,

EGR TEMP OR EGR DELTA-PRESSURE, CIRCUIT


FAILED LOW

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82.1 DESCRIPTION OF FLASH CODE 82 ..................................................... 82-3


82.2 SAE J1587 EQUIVALENT CODE FOR FLASH CODE 82 ....................... 82-3
82.3 TROUBLESHOOTING FLASH CODE 82 ................................................ 82-4
82.4 TROUBLESHOOTING MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM ...................... 82-7
82.5 TROUBLESHOOT EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE ............................. 82-11
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82.1 DESCRIPTION OF FLASH CODE 82

Flash Code 82 is used to identify oil level or exhaust temperature voltage low. EGR codes include
EGR Delta-Pressure circuit low and EGR temperature circuit low.

82.2 SAE J1587 EQUIVALENT CODE FOR FLASH CODE 82

The SAE J1587 equivalent code for Flash Code 82 is p 98/4, oil level sensor input voltage low.
Equivalent codes are also s 155 or 411/4, EGR Delta-Pressure failed low and s 154 or 412/4, EGR
temperature failed low. Also code p 173/4, exhaust gas temperature circuit failed low.
For all EGR related codes, always perform the basic checks in EGR-1. Refer to section 10.16 for
Series 50 engines. For Series 60 engines, refer to section 10.18.

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82.3 TROUBLESHOOTING FLASH CODE 82

82.3 TROUBLESHOOTING FLASH CODE 82

The following procedure will troubleshoot Flash Code 82. For code s 155 or 411,
refer to section 82.3.1; for code s 154 or 411, refer to section 82.3.3. Refer to section 82.4.1 for
troubleshooting code p 98/4. Refer to section 82.5.1 for troubleshooting code 173/4.

82.3.1 Check EGR Delta-Pressure Sensor

Perform the following steps to check the EGR Delta-Pressure sensor:


1. Unplug the EGR Delta-P connector.
2. Unplug the 30–pin engine sensor harness connector.
3. Install a jumper wire between cavities indicated for the part numbers involved at the EGR
Delta-Pressure sensor: See Figure 82-1.
P/N: 23531964 or earlier Series 50, cavity 1 and 3
P/N: 23527349, cavity 2 and 3

Figure 82-1 EGR Pressure Sensor Wiring

4. Measure resistance between cavities M2 and Y2. See Figure 82-1.


[a] If the resistance measurement is less than or equal to 5 , Refer to section 82.3.2.
[b] If the resistance measurement is greater than 5 , circuit #958 or #416 is open.
Repair the open and refer to section 82.3.4.

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82.3.2 Check for Open

Perform the following steps to check for an open.


1. Remove jumper cable.
2. Measure resistance between cavities M2 and Y2. See Figure 82-1.
[a] If the resistance measurement is less than 5 , #958 is shorted to #452. Repair
short and refer to section 82.3.4.
[b] If the resistance measurement is greater than 5 , replace the sensor and
refer to section 82.3.4.

82.3.3 Check for Short

Perform the following steps to check for a short:


1. Unplug the EGR temperature sensor.
2. Measure resistance between cavities A and B. See Figure 82-2.

Figure 82-2 EGR Temperature Sensor Wiring

[a] If the resistance measurement is less than or equal to 5 , circuit #907 has shorted to
circuit #452. Repair the short. Verify. Refer to section 82.3.4.
[b] If the resistance measurement is greater than 5 , replace the EGR temperature
sensor and verify the repair. Refer to section 82.3.4.

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82.3 TROUBLESHOOTING FLASH CODE 82

82.3.4 Verify Repair

Perform the following steps to verify repairs for the EGR temperature or pressure sensor:
1. Connect all connectors.
2. Start and run the engine.
3. Road test the engine.
[a] If code 82 was not logged, no further troubleshooting is required.
[b] If code 82 was logged, please review this section from the first step to find the error.
Refer to section 82.3.1. If this is the second time through the procedure, call Detroit
Diesel Technical Service, or try a test ECM.

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82.4 TROUBLESHOOTING MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM

The following procedure will troubleshoot the Maintenance Alert System (MAS):

82.4.1 Read Codes

Perform the following steps to read codes:


1. Turn ignition ON.
2. Plug in the DT.
3. Read active codes.
4. Record or print codes and turn the ignition OFF.
[a] If code 98/4 displays with 232/1, troubleshoot 232/1 first.
[b] If code 98/4 displays, refer to section 82.4.2.

82.4.2 Check for Open

Perform the following steps to check for open:


1. Unplug the sensor.
2. Insert the jumper wire between cavities B and C.
3. Turn ignition ON.
4. Read codes.
[a] If code 98/3 displays, check the connectors for damaged, open or broken pins. If
everything checks out, refer to section 82.4.3. If damage is noted, repair and verify
the repairs. See Figure 82-3. Refer to section 82.4.5.

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82.4 TROUBLESHOOTING MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM

[b] If code 98/4 displays, refer to section 82.4.4.

Figure 82-3 Oil Level Sensor

82.4.3 Check for Short

Perform the following steps to check for a short:


1. Measure resistance between cavity A #452 and C #416, and again between cavity A #452
and B #906 of the sensor connector. See Figure 82-3.
[a] If either reading is less than 10 , that wire is shorted to the sensor return #452.
Repair the short or replace the harness. Verify the repair. Refer to section 82.4.5.
[b] If both readings are greater than 10 , replace the sensor. Verify the repair.
Refer to section 82.4.5.

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82.4.4 Check for Open

Perform the following steps to check for open:


1. Unplug the 30–pin engine sensor connector at the ECM.
2. Measure resistance with the jumper still plugged in, between cavity L2, #906 and W1,
#416. See Figure 82-4.
[a] If the reading is greater than 10 , either the #416 or #9706 wire is open. Repair the
open or replace the harness. Verify the repair. Refer to section 82.4.5.
[b] If the reading is greater than 10 , replace the sensor. Verify the repair.
Refer to section 82.4.5.

Figure 82-4 Oil Level Sensor

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82.4 TROUBLESHOOTING MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM

82.4.5 Verify Repairs

Follow these steps to verify the repair:


1. Plug in all connectors.
2. Start and run the engine for five minutes.
3. Plug in DT and read active codes.
[a] If no codes display, troubleshooting is complete. Return the engine to service.
[b] If code 98/4 displays, review the MAS troubleshooting to find the error or contact
DDC Technical Service for assistance. Refer to section 82.4.1.

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82.5 TROUBLESHOOT EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE

Follow these procedures to troubleshoot exhaust gas temperature:

82.5.1 Check for Open

Typically, the exhaust gas temperature circuit failed high is caused by an open signal or short to
battery+. Perform the following steps to troubleshoot code p 173/3:

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82.5 TROUBLESHOOT EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE

1. For low volt code (82) disconnect the ETS connector.

Figure 82-5 Exhaust Temperature and Pressure Sensor Wiring Schematic

2. Install a jumper wire between the two pins at the ETS.See Figure 82-5.

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3. Unplug both 30–pin connectors at the ECM. See Figure 82-5.


4. Measure resistance between D3 of the VIH connector and W1 of the ESH connector.
See Figure 82-5.
[a] If resistance measures < 5 , refer to section 82.5.2.
[b] If resistance is > 5 , either the circuit #416 is opened, or #749 is opened. Repair the
open or replace the wire and test. Refer to section 82.5.4.

82.5.2 Check for Short

Perform the following steps to check for a short:


1. Remove the jumper.
2. Measure resistance again between D3 and W1. See Figure 82-5.
[a] If the reading is > 400 , the resistor between circuit #416 and #749 has failed.
Replace the resistor or replace the harness.
[b] If the reading is < 400 , replace the ETS, and refer to section 82.5.3.

82.5.3 Check for Short to Ground

Perform the following steps to check for short to ground:


1. Measure the resistance between cavity #D3 and ground (battery and block).
2. Measure the resistance between cavity #W1 and ground (battery and block).
See Figure 82-5.
[a] If any readings are less than 5 , that wire is shorted to ground. Repair or replace the
wire and test. Refer to section 82.5.4.
[b] If both readings are greater than 5 , replace ETS and test. Refer to section 82.5.4.

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82.5 TROUBLESHOOT EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE

82.5.4 Test

Perform the following steps to test the repair:


1. Connect all removed connectors.
2. Start and run the engine.
3. Perform road test.
4. Plug in DDR and read active codes.
[a] If no codes display, repairs are complete.
[b] If code 81 displays, review the procedure for checking exhaust gas temperature
circuit failed high; refer to section 82.5.1. If this is the second time through the
procedure, call DDC Technical Service, or try a test ECM.

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