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Worksheet – Key CH02-EXA-02, Walk around, EBS In this exercise, you will prepare the vehicle

Worksheet Key

CH02-EXA-02, Walk around, EBS

In this exercise, you will prepare the vehicle for the exercises that you will implement in this course. It is important that there is air in the brake system at all times to avoid accidents. At the same time, you will get a basic knowledge about where the EBS system components are located in the vehicle.

Pay close attention to reading through and understanding the information before starting work. Follow the instructions carefully during the course of the work.

WARNING At pressures below about 500 kPa (5 bar) in the parking brake circuit, the parking brake will start to apply. Be sure that you always have enough pressure in the parking brake system. Use the compressed air connection from the workshop system.

1. Connect the nipple 9992976 (A) and a compressed air supply to the truck.

nipple 9992976 (A) and a compressed air supply to the truck. 2. Install the wheel chocks.

2. Install the wheel chocks.

air supply to the truck. 2. Install the wheel chocks. 3. Connect and start up Tech

3. Connect and start up Tech Tool.

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4. Set the alarm in service mode. Service mode When the alarm is in service

4. Set the alarm in service mode. Service mode

When the alarm is in service mode, the battery and the different components of the alarm system can be disconnected, without the alarm being triggered. The LED for alarm status is constantly illuminated when the alarm is in service mode. To service mode

1. Turn the ignition key to the drive position.

2. Hold the switch depressed to switch off the movement detectors.

3. Press the LOCK symbol on the remote control.

4. Check that the LED for alarm status illuminates and shines.

From service mode

for alarm status illuminates and shines. From service mode 1. Turn the ignition key to the

1. Turn the ignition key to the drive position.

2. Hold the switch depressed to switch off the movement detectors.

3. Press the UNLOCK symbol on the remote control.

4. Check that the LED for alarm status goes out.

5. Set the parking brake in service mode. The parking brake will stay released until it is applied manually via the parking brake control, or if the pressure drops in the pneumatic system. Service position The parking brake must be in the disengaged position before you can go to the service mode. In order to disengage automatic application, depress and hold the lever for the parking brake while turning the key to the 0 position at the same time. A text in the driver information display shows that the parking brake is in the service position. Service position is excited when the parking brake is applied manually or the speed exceeds 30 km/h. CAUTION The parking brake's warning sound will not be active in the service position.

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Topology FM/FH (4) The EBS ECU is connected to both the chassis subnet and Backbone

Topology FM/FH (4)

Topology FM/FH (4) The EBS ECU is connected to both the chassis subnet and Backbone 1.

The EBS ECU is connected to both the chassis subnet and Backbone 1. The EBS control unit communicates with the brake modulators on its proprietary (internal) brake CAN link. This is the same as for previous trucks. It also communicates with the trailer brake modulator, but with analogue signals. The functionality for the electronically steered rear axle (RSTS-EHY) is now located in the EBS ECU. The yaw-rate sensor and a steering wheel movement sensor are connected to the EBS ECU, when the truck has Electronic Stability Program (ESP), at the proprietary EBS CAN link. This is the same as the current FH version 2 truck. Other control units that the EBS control unit communicates with are; APM, VMCU, HMIIOM, ECM and IC, as well as some of the flexible switches such as the trailer brake stalk and hill start help switch.

RSTS-EHY (Rear axle Steering System Electro Hydraulic) The steering angle sensor is new, and is no longer located on the steering gear. It is now located under the steering wheel, as is the ESP. The steering system oil reservoir level sensor (component no. B49) has been removed. Other control units that communicate with the EBS are:

ECM, APM, TECU, HMIIOM, IC, CIOM and VMCU.

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Topology FL/FE (3) The EBS ECU is connected to CAN links J1939 and J1587. The

Topology FL/FE (3)

Topology FL/FE (3) The EBS ECU is connected to CAN links J1939 and J1587. The EBS

The EBS ECU is connected to CAN links J1939 and J1587. The EBS control unit communicates with the brake modulators on its proprietary (internal) brake link, in the same way as on previous trucks. It also communicates with the trailer brake modulator, but with analogue signals. The yaw-rate sensor and a steering angle sensor are connected to the EBS ECU (used for Electronic Stability Program, ESP), on its own proprietary EBS link. Other control units that the EBS control unit communicates with are APM, VECU, ECM and IC. The functionality for the electronically steered rear axle (RSTS-EHY) is still located in its own ECU for the FL/FE.

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6. Using the image below, find the components on the vehicle. 1. Wheel speed sensor

6. Using the image below, find the components on the vehicle.

6. Using the image below, find the components on the vehicle. 1. Wheel speed sensor 2.

1. Wheel speed sensor

2. EBS control unit

3. Brake valve, ABS

4. Brake modulators, 1 and 2 channel

5. Brake cylinder

6. Footbrake valve modulator

7. Trailer control modulator

8. Brake connections for trailers

9. Brake lining wear sensor

7. Remove the cover for the EBS control unit. Show the marking (X1, X2, X3 and X4) for the connector.

for the EBS control unit. Show the marking (X1, X2, X3 and X4) for the connector.

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8. Remove the modulator cover for the electrical connectors. The trainer will show you which

8. Remove the modulator cover for the electrical connectors. The trainer will show you which modulator you will work with. Use U08

9. Connect break out cable for EBS control unit (X1, X2 and X3) and modulator U08. Hand out the correct break out cable

9990180

9990062*2

9998699*2

88890167*2

Connect break out cable 9990180 (no.1) to the brake modulator EBS (U08). Also connect extension cable 9990062 and BOB 9998699

Connect break out cable 88890167 to X1 and X3 in the EBS control unit (A21). Also connect extension cable 9990062 and BOB 9998699

10. Find the wiring harness for the EBS in the wiring diagram. See wiring diagram 2090 or similar.

in the wiring diagram. See wiring diagram 2090 or similar. 11. Which fuses feed the EBS

11. Which fuses feed the EBS system?

F 37, see wiring diagram EE.

12. Find the connector for the wear sensor in the frame close to the rear axle modulator. Show the participants the new connector for the wear sensor close to the modulator.

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13. Lift the front axle and place two axle stands underneath. Be sure the axle
13. Lift the front axle and place two axle stands underneath. Be sure the axle

13. Lift the front axle and place two axle stands underneath. Be sure the axle stands are placed in a correct and safe way.

14. Tilt the cab and make sure the participants can easily enter the cab.

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