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130G Excavator

Diagnostic

OPERATION AND TEST MANUAL

(T3/S3a) models 130G (PIN: 1FF130GX__D040001 - )

TM12554 10SEP15 (ENGLISH)

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130G Excavator Diagnostic (g) by Belgreen v2.1

Table of contents
FOREWORD
TECHNICAL INFORMATION FEEDBACK FORM
Section 9000 - GENERAL INFORMATION
Group 01 - Safety
Section 9001 - DIAGNOSTICS
Group 10 - Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Group 20 - Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Group 30 - Monitor Controller (DSZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Group 40 - Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Section 9005 - OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT PROCEDURE
Group 10 - Operational Checkout Procedure
Section 9010 - ENGINE
Group 05 - Theory of Operation
Group 15 - Diagnostic Information
Group 20 - Adjustments
Group 25 - Tests
Section 9015 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Group 05 - System Information
Group 10 - System Diagrams
Group 15 - Sub-System Diagnostics
Group 16 - Monitor Operation
Group 20 - References
Section 9020 - POWER TRAIN
Group 05 - Theory of Operation
Group 15 - Diagnostic Information
Section 9025 - HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Group 05 - Theory of Operation
Group 15 - Diagnostic Information
Group 25 - Tests
Section 9031 - HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
Group 05 - Theory of Operation
Group 15 - Diagnostic Information
Group 25 - Tests
Section 9900 - DEALER FABRICATED TOOLS
Group 99 - Dealer Fabricated Tools

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Foreword
This manual is written for an experienced technician. Essential tools required in performing certain service work are identified
in this manual and are recommended for use.

Live with safety: Read the safety messages in the introduction of this manual and the cautions presented throughout the text
of the manual.

CAUTION:

This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this symbol on the machine or in this manual, be alert to the potential for
personal injury.

Technical manuals are divided in two parts: repair and operation and tests. Repair sections tell how to repair the components.
Operation and tests sections help you identify the majority of routine failures quickly.

Information is organized in groups for the various components requiring service instruction. At the beginning of each group are
summary listings of all applicable essential tools, service equipment and tools, other materials needed to do the job, service
parts kits, specifications, wear tolerances, and torque values.

Technical Manuals are concise guides for specific machines. They are on-the-job guides containing only the vital information
needed for diagnosis, analysis, testing, and repair.

Fundamental service information is available from other sources covering basic theory of operation, fundamentals of
troubleshooting, general maintenance, and basic type of failures and their causes.

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Table of contents
Group 01 - Safety ..................................................................................................................................... 1
Recognize Safety Information ............................................................................................................... 1
Follow Safety Instructions ..................................................................................................................... 1
Operate Only If Qualified ...................................................................................................................... 2
Wear Protective Equipment .................................................................................................................. 3
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications .......................................................................................... 3
Control Pattern Selector—If Equipped .................................................................................................. 3
Add Cab Guarding for Special Uses ...................................................................................................... 4
Inspect Machine ................................................................................................................................... 4
Stay Clear of Moving Parts ................................................................................................................... 4
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids ................................................................................................................... 5
Avoid High-Pressure Oils ...................................................................................................................... 5
Work In Ventilated Area ........................................................................................................................ 6
Prevent Fires ........................................................................................................................................ 6
Prevent Battery Explosions ................................................................................................................... 7
Handle Chemical Products Safely ......................................................................................................... 8
Dispose of Waste Properly .................................................................................................................... 8
Prepare for Emergencies ...................................................................................................................... 9
Clean Debris from Machine .................................................................................................................. 9
Use Steps and Handholds Correctly ..................................................................................................... 9
Start Only From Operator′s Seat ......................................................................................................... 10
Use and Maintain Seat Belt ................................................................................................................ 10
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement ............................................................................................ 11
Avoid Work Site Hazards .................................................................................................................... 12
Keep Riders Off Machine .................................................................................................................... 13
Avoid Backover Accidents .................................................................................................................. 13
Inspect and Maintain ROPS ................................................................................................................. 13
Avoid Machine Tip Over ...................................................................................................................... 14
Use Special Care When Lifting Objects ............................................................................................... 15
Add and Operate Attachments Safely ................................................................................................ 15
Park and Prepare for Service Safely ................................................................................................... 15
Service Cooling System Safely ........................................................................................................... 16
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating ........................................................................................... 17
Make Welding Repairs Safely ............................................................................................................. 18
Drive Metal Pins Safely ....................................................................................................................... 18

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Section 9000 - GENERAL INFORMATION Group 01: Safety

Group 01 - Safety
Recognize Safety Information

Safety alert Symbols

Safety Alert Symbols

This is the safety alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your machine or in this manual, be alert for the
potential of personal injury.

Follow the precautions and safe operating practices highlighted by this symbol.

A signal word — DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION — is used with the safety alert symbol. DANGER identifies the most serious
hazards.

On your machine, DANGER signs are red in color, WARNING signs are orange, and CAUTION signs are yellow. DANGER and
WARNING signs are located near specific hazards. General precautions are on CAUTION labels.

Follow Safety Instructions

Safety Messages

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Carefully read all safety messages in this manual and on your machine safety signs. Keep safety signs in good condition.
Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Use this operator’s manual for correct safety sign placement. Be sure that new
equipment components and repair parts include the current safety signs. Replacement safety signs are available from your
John Deere dealer.

There can be additional safety information contained on parts and components sourced from suppliers that is not reproduced in
this operator′s manual.

Learn how to operate the machine and how to use controls properly. Do not let anyone operate without instruction.

Keep your machine in proper working condition. Unauthorized modifications to the machine could impair the function or safety
and affect machine life.

If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your John Deere dealer.

Operate Only If Qualified


Do not operate this machine unless the operator′s manual has been read carefully, and you have been qualified by supervised
training and instruction.

Operator should be familiar with the job site and surroundings before operating. Try all controls and machine functions with the
machine in an open area before starting to work.

Know and observe all safety rules that may apply to every work situation and work site.

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Wear Protective Equipment

Protective Clothing

Guard against injury from flying pieces or metal or debris; wear goggles or safety glasses.

Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment appropriate to the job.

Operating equipment safely requires the full attention of the operator. Do not wear radio or music headphones while operating
machine.

Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing. Wear suitable hearing protection such as earmuffs
or earplugs to protect against objectionable or uncomfortable loud noises. Radio or music headphones are not suitable to use
for hearing protection.

Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications


John Deere recommends using only genuine John Deere replacement parts to ensure machine performance. Never substitute
genuine John Deere parts with alternate parts not intended for the application as these can create hazardous situations or
hazardous performance. Non-John Deere parts, or any damage or failures resulting from their use are not covered by any John
Deere warranty.

Modifications of this machine, or addition of unapproved products or attachments, may affect machine stability or reliability,
and may create a hazard for the operator or others near the machine. The installer of any modification which may affect the
electronic controls of this machine is responsible for establishing that the modification does not adversely affect the machine or
its performance.

Always contact an authorized dealer before making machine modifications that change the intended use, weight or balance of
the machine, or that alter machine controls, performance or reliability.

Control Pattern Selector—If Equipped


This machine may be equipped with a control pattern selector valve. Ensure all bystanders are clear of machine and area is

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large enough to operate machine functions. Verify the machine response to each control movement.

Add Cab Guarding for Special Uses


Special work situations or machine attachments could create an environment with falling or flying objects. Working near an
overhead bank, demolition work, using a hydraulic hammer or winch, working in a forestry application or wooded area, or
working in a waste management application, for example, could require added guarding to protect the operator.

Additional level II FOPS (falling object protective structure), forestry protection packages, and special screens or guarding
should be installed when falling or flying objects could enter or damage the machine. A rear screen should always be used with
a winch to protect against a snapping cable. Before operating in any special work environments, follow the operator protection
recommendations of the manufacturer of any specialized attachment or equipment. Contact your authorized John Deere dealer
for information on protective guarding.

Inspect Machine

Inspect Machine

Inspect machine carefully each day by walking around it before starting.

Keep all guards and shields in good condition and properly installed. Fix damage and replace worn or broken parts
immediately. Pay special attention to hydraulic hoses and electrical wiring.

Stay Clear of Moving Parts

Stay Clear of Moving Parts

Entanglements in moving parts can cause serious injury.

Stop engine before examining, adjusting, or maintaining any part of machine with moving parts.

Keep guards and shields in place. Replace any guard or shield that has been removed for access as soon as service or repair is
complete.

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Avoid High-Pressure Fluids

High Pressure

Inspect hydraulic hoses periodically – at least once per year – for leakage, kinking, cuts, cracks, abrasion, blisters, corrosion,
exposed wire braid or any other signs of wear or damage.

Replace worn or damaged hose assemblies immediately with John Deere approved replacement parts.

Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.

Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all connections before applying
pressure.

Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands and body from high-pressure fluids.

If an accident occurs, see a doctor immediately. Any fluid injected into the skin must be surgically removed within a few hours
or gangrene may result. Doctors unfamiliar with this type of injury should reference a knowledgeable medical source. Such
information is available in English from Deere & Company Medical Department in Moline, Illinois, U.S.A., by calling
1-800-822-8262 or +1 309-748-5636.

Avoid High-Pressure Oils

Avoid High Pressure Oils

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Avoid High-Pressure Oils

This machine uses a high-pressure hydraulic system. Escaping oil under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.

Never search for leaks with your hands. Protect hands. Use a piece of cardboard to find location of escaping oil. Stop
engine and relieve pressure before disconnecting lines or working on hydraulic system.

If hydraulic oil penetrates your skin, see a doctor immediately. Injected oil must be removed surgically within
hours or gangrene could result. Contact a knowledgeable medical source or the Deere & Company Medical Department in
Moline, Illinois, U.S.A.

Work In Ventilated Area

Engine exhaust fumes

Engine exhaust fumes can cause sickness or death. If it is necessary to run an engine in an enclosed area, remove the exhaust
fumes from the area with an exhaust pipe extension.

If you do not have an exhaust pipe extension, open the doors and get outside air into the area.

Prevent Fires

Handle Fuel Safely


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Clean Machine Regularly

Carry A Fire Extinguisher

Handle Fuel Safely: Store flammable fluids away from fire hazards. Never refuel machine while smoking or when near sparks
or flame.

Clean Machine Regularly: Keep trash, debris, grease and oil from accumulating in engine compartment, around fuel lines,
hydraulic lines, exhaust components, and electrical wiring. Never store oily rags or flammable materials inside a machine
compartment.

Maintain Hoses and Wiring: Replace hydraulic hoses immediately if they begin to leak, and clean up any oil spills. Examine
electrical wiring and connectors frequently for damage.

Keep A Fire Extinguisher Available: Always keep a multipurpose fire extinguisher on or near the machine. Know how to use
extinguisher properly.

Prevent Battery Explosions

Battery Explosions

Keep sparks, lighted matches, and open flame away from the top of battery. Battery gas can explode.

Never check battery charge by placing a metal object across the posts. Use a volt-meter or hydrometer.

Do not charge a frozen battery; it may explode. Warm battery to 16°C (60°F).

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Handle Chemical Products Safely

Material Safety Data Sheet

Direct exposure to hazardous chemicals can cause serious injury. Potentially hazardous chemicals used with John Deere
equipment include such items as lubricants, coolants, paints, and adhesives.

A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides specific details on chemical products: physical and health hazards, safety
procedures, and emergency response techniques.

Check the MSDS before you start any job using a hazardous chemical. That way you will know exactly what the risks are and
how to do the job safely. Then follow procedures and recommended equipment.

(See your John Deere dealer for MSDS’s on chemical products used with John Deere equipment.)

Dispose of Waste Properly

Recycle Waste

Improperly disposing of waste can threaten the environment and ecology. Potentially harmful waste used with John Deere
equipment include such items as oil, fuel, coolant, brake fluid, filters, and batteries.

Use leakproof containers when draining fluids. Do not use food or beverage containers that may mislead someone into drinking
from them.

Do not pour waste onto the ground, down a drain, or into any water source.

Air conditioning refrigerants escaping into the air can damage the Earth’s atmosphere. Government regulations may require a
certified air conditioning service center to recover and recycle used air conditioning refrigerants.

Inquire on the proper way to recycle or dispose of waste from your local environmental or recycling center, or from your John
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Deere dealer.

Prepare for Emergencies

First Aid Kit

Be prepared if a fire starts.

Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.

Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance service, hospital, and fire department near your telephone.

Clean Debris from Machine

Clean Debris From Machine

Keep engine compartment, radiator, batteries, hydraulic lines, exhaust components, fuel tank, and operator′s station clean and
free of debris.

Clean any oil spills or fuel spills on machine surfaces.

Temperature in engine compartment could go up immediately after engine is stopped. BE ON GUARD FOR FIRES DURING THIS
PERIOD.

Open access door(s) to cool the engine faster, and clean engine compartment.

Use Steps and Handholds Correctly

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Use Handholds And Steps

Prevent falls by facing the machine when you get on and off. Maintain 3-point contact with steps and handrails. Never use
machine controls as handholds.

Use extra care when mud, snow, or moisture present slippery conditions. Keep steps clean and free of grease or oil. Never
jump when exiting machine. Never mount or dismount a moving machine.

Start Only From Operator′s Seat

Operate Only From Operators Seat

Avoid unexpected machine movement. Start engine only while sitting in operator′s seat. Ensure that all controls and working
tools are in proper position for a parked machine.

Never attempt to start engine from the ground. Do not attempt to start engine by shorting across the starter solenoid
terminals.

Use and Maintain Seat Belt

Use and Maintain Seat Belt

Use seat belt when operating machine . Remember to fasten seat belt when loading and unloading from trucks and during
other uses.

Examine seat belt frequently. Be sure that webbing is not cut or torn. Replace seat belt immediately if any part is damaged or

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does not function properly.

The complete seat belt assembly should be replaced every three years, regardless of appearance.

Prevent Unintended Machine Movement

Unintended Machine Movement

Be careful not to accidentally actuate control levers when coworkers are present. Pull pilot shutoff lever to locked (UP) position
during work interruptions. Pull pilot shutoff lever to locked (UP) position and stop engine before allowing anyone to approach
machine.

Always lower work equipment to the ground and pull pilot shutoff lever to locked (UP) position before standing up or leaving
the operator′s seat. Stop engine before exiting.

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Avoid Work Site Hazards

Work Site Hazards

Work Site Hazards

Work Site Hazards

Avoid contact with gas lines, buried cables, and water lines. Call utility line location services to identify all
underground utilities before digging.

Prepare work site properly . Avoid operating near structures or objects that could fall onto the machine. Clear away debris
that could move unexpectedly if run over.

Avoid boom or arm contact with overhead obstacles or overhead electrical lines. Never move any part of machine or
load closer than 3 m (10 ft) plus twice the line insulator length to overhead wires.

Keep bystanders clear at all times. Keep bystanders away from raised booms, attachments, and unsupported loads. Avoid
swinging or raising booms, attachments, or loads over or near bystanders. Use barricades or a signal person to keep vehicles
and pedestrians away. Use a signal person if moving machine in congested areas or where visibility is restricted. Always keep
signal person in view. Coordinate hand signals before starting machine.

Operate only on solid footing with strength sufficient to support machine. When working close to an excavation, position
travel motors away from the hole.
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Reduce machine speed when operating with tool on or near ground when obstacles may be hidden (e.g., during snow
removal or clearing mud, dirt, etc). At high speeds, hitting obstacles (rocks, uneven concrete, or manholes) can cause a sudden
stop. Always wear seat belt.

Keep Riders Off Machine

Keep Riders Off Machine

Only allow operator on machine.

Riders are subject to injury. They may fall from machine, be caught between machine parts, or be struck by foreign objects.

Riders may obstruct operator’s view or impair the ability to operate machine safely.

Avoid Backover Accidents

Avoid Backover Accidents

Before moving machine, be sure that all persons are clear of machine path. Turn around and look directly for best
visibility. Use mirrors to assist in checking all around machine. Keep windows and mirrors clean, adjusted, and in good repair.

Be certain reverse warning alarm is working properly.

Use a signal person when backing if view is obstructed or when in close quarters. Keep signal person in view at all
times. Use prearranged hand signals to communicate.

Do not rely on the rear camera and radar object detection systems to determine if personnel are behind the machine. The
system has limitations due to maintenance practices, environmental conditions, and operating range.

Inspect and Maintain ROPS


A damaged rollover protective structure (ROPS) should be replaced, not reused.

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The protection offered by ROPS could be impaired if ROPS is subjected to structural damage, is involved in an overturn
incident, or is in any way altered by welding, bending, drilling, or cutting.

If ROPS was loosened or removed for any reason, inspect it carefully before operating the machine again.

To maintain the ROPS:

Replace missing hardware using correct grade hardware.


Check hardware torque.
Check isolation mounts for damage, looseness, or wear; replace them if necessary.
Check ROPS for cracks or physical damage.

Avoid Machine Tip Over

Use Seat Belt

Unloading Machine

Do Not Jump

Use seat belt at all times.

Do not jump if the machine tips. You will be unlikely to jump clear and the machine may crush you.

Load and unload from trucks or trailers carefully. Be sure truck is wide enough and on a firm level surface. Use loading
ramps and attach them properly to truck bed. Avoid trucks with steel beds because tracks slip more easily on steel.

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Be careful on slopes. Use extra care on soft, rocky or frozen ground. Machine may slip sideways in these conditions. When
traveling up or down slopes, keep the bucket on uphill side and just above ground level.

Be careful with heavy loads. Using oversize buckets or lifting heavy objects reduces machine stability. Extending a heavy
load or swinging it over side of undercarriage may cause machine to tip.

Ensure solid footing. Use extra care when operating near banks or excavations that may cave-in and cause machine to tip or
fall.

Use Special Care When Lifting Objects

Use Special Care When Lifting Objects

Never use this machine to lift people.

Never lift a load above another person. Keep bystanders clear of all areas where a load might fall if it breaks free. Do not leave
the seat when there is a raised load.

Do not exceed lift capacity limits posted on machine and in this manual. Extending heavy loads too far or swinging over
undercarriage side may cause machine to tip over.

Use proper rigging to attach and stabilize loads. Be sure slings or chains have adequate capacity and are in good condition. Use
tether lines to guide loads and prearranged hand signals to communicate with co-workers.

Add and Operate Attachments Safely


Always verify compatibility of attachments by contacting your authorized dealer. Adding unapproved attachments could affect
machine stability or reliability and could create a hazard for others near the machine.

Ensure that a qualified person is involved in attachment installation. Add guards to machine if operator protection is required or
recommended. Verify that all connections are secure and attachment responds properly to controls.

Carefully read attachment manual and follow all instructions and warnings. In an area free of bystanders and obstructions,
carefully operate attachment to learn its characteristics and range of motion.

Park and Prepare for Service Safely

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Do Not Operate Tag

Support Machine Properly

Warn others of service work. Always park and prepare machine for service or repair properly.

Park machine on a level surface and lower equipment to the ground.


Place pilot shutoff lever in locked (UP) position. Stop engine and remove key.
Attach a “Do Not Operate” tag in an obvious place in the operator′s station.

Securely support machine or attachment before working under it.

Do not support machine with any hydraulically actuated equipment.


Do not support machine with cinder blocks or wooden pieces that may crumble or crush.
Do not support machine with a single jack or other devices that may slip out of place.

Understand service procedures before beginning repairs. Keep service area clean and dry. Use two people whenever the
engine must be running for service work.

Service Cooling System Safely

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Cooling System

Explosive release of fluids from pressurized cooling system can cause serious burns.

Do not service radiator through the radiator cap. Only fill through the surge tank filler cap. Shut off engine. Only remove surge
tank filler cap when cool enough to touch with bare hands. Slowly loosen cap to relieve pressure before removing completely.

Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating

Toxic Fumes

Avoid potentially toxic fumes and dust.

Hazardous fumes can be generated when paint is heated by welding, soldering, or using a torch.

Remove paint before heating:

Remove paint a minimum of 100 mm (4 in.) from area to be affected by heating. If paint cannot be removed, wear an
approved respirator before heating or welding.
If you sand or grind paint, avoid breathing the dust. Wear an approved respirator.
If you use solvent or paint stripper, remove stripper with soap and water before welding. Remove solvent or paint stripper
containers and other flammable material from area. Allow fumes to disperse at least 15 minutes before welding or
heating.

Do not use a chlorinated solvent in areas where welding will take place.

Do all work in an area that is well ventilated to carry toxic fumes and dust away.

Dispose of paint and solvent properly.

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Make Welding Repairs Safely

Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines

IMPORTANT:

Disable electrical power before welding. Turn off main battery switch and disconnect positive (+) and
negative (-) battery cables.

Do not weld or apply heat on any part of a reservoir or tank that has contained oil or fuel. Heat from welding and cutting can
cause oil, fuel, or cleaning solution to create gases which are explosive, flammable, or toxic.

Avoid welding or heating near pressurized fluid lines. Flammable spray may result and cause severe burns if pressurized lines
malfunction as a result of heating. Do not let heat go beyond work area to nearby pressurized lines.

Remove paint properly. Do not inhale paint dust or fumes. Use a qualified welding technician for structural repairs. Make sure
there is good ventilation. Wear eye protection and protective equipment when welding.

Drive Metal Pins Safely

Hardened Metal Parts

Always wear protective goggles or safety glasses and other protective equipment before striking hardened parts. Hammering
hardened metal parts such as pins and bucket teeth could dislodge chips at high velocity.

Use a soft hammer or a brass bar between hammer and object to prevent chipping.

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Table of contents
Group 10 - Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ........................................................... 1
Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ................................................................................. 1
Controller Area Network (CAN 0) Diagnostics ....................................................................................... 2
Controller Area Network (CAN 1) Diagnostic Procedure ..................................................................... 13
Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics ..................................................................... 26
Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics ................................................................ 33
Abnormal EEPROM Diagnostic Procedure ........................................................................................... 37
Abnormal RAM Diagnostic Procedure ................................................................................................. 37
Abnormal A/D Converter Diagnostic Procedure .................................................................................. 38
Abnormal Sensor Voltage Diagnostic Procedure ................................................................................ 38
011006.02 - Engine Controller Communication Error ......................................................................... 39
011007.02 - (CAN 0) Data Converter Communication Error 1 ............................................................ 39
011008.02 - (CAN 1) Data Converter Communication Error 2 ............................................................ 39
011009.02 - (CAN 0) Monitor Controller Communication Error 1 ........................................................ 39
011010.02 - (CAN 1) Monitor Controller Communication Error 2 ........................................................ 39
Abnormal Engine Speed Diagnostic Procedure ................................................................................... 40
Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................................. 41
Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................... 43
Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ........................................ 45
Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ........................................ 47
Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ........................................ 50
Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ........................................ 52
Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................. 55
Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 57
Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................. 60
Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 62
Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................ 65
Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................. 67
Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ........................................... 70
Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ............................................ 72
Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ............................................... 75
Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................ 77
Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................ 80
Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................................. 82
Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input High Diagnostic Procedure ...................... 85
Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ............................... 87
Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ........................... 90
Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current Diagnostic Procedure ...................... 93
Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current Diagnostic Procedure ....................... 96
Torque Control Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ........................................ 99
Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current Diagnostic Procedure ................................. 102
Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 105
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 108
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 111
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 114
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 117
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 120
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 123
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 126
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 129

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4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 132
011408.02 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Abnormal Feedback ................................................... 134
011408.03 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Feedback High Input .................................................. 134
011408.04 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Feedback Low Input ................................................... 134
011409.02 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Abnormal Feedback ................................................. 134
011409.03 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Feedback High Input ................................................ 134
011409.04 - 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Feedback Low Input ................................................. 134
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 135
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................. 138
4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 141
011434.02 - Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback ............ 143
011434.03 - Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current ....... 143
011434.04 - Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current ........ 143
011435.02 - Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback ............ 143
011435.03 - Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current ....... 143
011435.04 - Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current ........ 143
011436.02 - Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback .................................. 143
011436.03 - Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current ............................. 143
011436.04 - Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current .............................. 143
2-Speed Activation Solenoid Disconnected or Not Present Diagnostic Procedure ............................ 144
Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Disconnected or Not Present Diagnostic Procedure ......................... 147
Idle Stop Relay Circuit Malfunction Diagnostic Procedure ................................................................ 149
Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure ................... 151
Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure .................... 153
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 155
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 157
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1) (B85) High Input Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 159
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1) (B85) Low Input Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 161
OPT Electric Lever 1 Neutral Abnormal Diagnostic Procedure .......................................................... 163
OPT Electric Lever 1 Abnormal Operation Diagnostic Procedure ...................................................... 165
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure
................................................................................................................................................... 168
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Feedback High Current Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 171
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Feedback Low Current Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 173
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic Procedure
................................................................................................................................................... 175
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Feedback High Current Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 178
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Feedback Low Current Diagnostic
Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 180
Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure .................................... 182
Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure ..................................... 184
020010.02 - Exhaust Filter Alarm ..................................................................................................... 185
Electric Control Lever Alarm Diagnostic Procedure .......................................................................... 186
020062.02 - Hydraulic Oil Temperature Alarm ................................................................................. 186
Attachment Pedal or Blade and Outrigger Control Lever Alarm Diagnostic Procedure ..................... 187
Group 20 - Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ................................................ 188

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Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ....................................................................... 188


Coolant Level Low—Moderately Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure ................................................ 189
Coolant Level Low—Most Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure .......................................................... 191
Battery Voltage Low Diagnostic Procedure ....................................................................................... 192
Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure ..................................................... 193
Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Short Circuit Diagnostic Procedure ..................................................... 195
Reversing Fan Switch Active Too Long Diagnostic Procedure .......................................................... 196
Requested Speed/Speed Limit Diagnostic Procedure ....................................................................... 198
Hydraulic Temperature Diagnostic Procedure .................................................................................. 199
Fan Speed High—Moderately Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure .................................................... 200
Fan Speed Low—Most Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................... 202
001639.18 - Fan Speed Low—Moderately Severe Level ................................................................... 203
003701.14 - Exhaust Filter Cleaning Not Required ........................................................................... 203
Reversing Fan Solenoid Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................. 204
Reversing Fan Solenoid Short Circuit Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................. 206
Group 30 - Monitor Controller (DSZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes .................................................. 207
Monitor Controller (DSZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ......................................................................... 207
013002.02 - ECU Communication Error ............................................................................................ 207
013003.02 - Main Controller (MCZ) Communication Error 1 ............................................................. 207
013004.02 - Main Controller (MCZ) Communication Error 2 ............................................................. 207
013005.02 - Monitor Controller (DSZ) Communication Error 1 ......................................................... 207
013006.02 - Monitor Controller (DSZ) Communication Error 2 ......................................................... 207
013007.02 - Machine Controller (BCZ) Communication Error ........................................................... 207
Monitor Internal Temperature Sensor Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................ 207
Alternator Alarm Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................................................ 208
013310.03 - Shorted Circuit in Coolant Temperature Sensor ........................................................... 208
Fuel Level Sensor Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure ...................................................................... 209
Fuel Level Sensor Shorted Circuit Diagnostic Procedure .................................................................. 211
013334.02 - Radiator Coolant Error .................................................................................................. 212
Flash Memory Read/Write Error Diagnostic Procedure ..................................................................... 212
External RAM Read/Write Error Diagnostic Procedure ...................................................................... 213
Abnormal EEPROM Diagnostics Procedure ....................................................................................... 213
Communication Terminal:Communication Error Diagnostic Procedure ............................................ 214
Abnormal Internal RAM Diagnostic Procedure .................................................................................. 215
014021.02 - Communication Terminal Security Error ....................................................................... 215
014022.02 - SIM Card Error .............................................................................................................. 215
014023.02 - Security Error ............................................................................................................... 215
020100.02 - Overheat Alarm ............................................................................................................ 215
020101.02 - Engine Warning Alarm .................................................................................................. 215
020102.02 - Engine Oil Pressure Alarm ............................................................................................ 216
Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Alarm Diagnostic Procedure ............................................................. 217
020106.02 - Air Cleaner Restriction Alarm ....................................................................................... 218
020107.02 - Water Separator Alarm ................................................................................................. 218
Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever Alarm Diagnostic Procedure ................................................................. 219
020110.02 - Fuel Filter Restriction Alarm ......................................................................................... 220
020113.02 - System Error Alarm ...................................................................................................... 220
020114.02 - Overheat Alarm ............................................................................................................ 220
020133.02 - Crane Function Alarm ................................................................................................... 220
020142.02 - Intake Air Temperature Alarm ...................................................................................... 220
020145.02 - Boost Temperature Increase Alarm .............................................................................. 220
020146.02 - Fuel Temperature Increase Alarm ................................................................................ 220
020149.02 - EGR Gas Temperature Alarm ........................................................................................ 220
Group 40 - Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Diagnostic Trouble Codes ..................................... 221

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Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Diagnostic Trouble Codes .............................................................. 221


Open Circuit in Air Recirculation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure ........................................................ 222
Short-Circuited Air Recirculation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure ........................................................ 224
Open Circuit in Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Diagnostics Procedure ......................................... 226
Short-Circuited Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Diagnostic Procedure .......................................... 228
Short-Circuited Solar Radiation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure .......................................................... 230
Open Circuit In Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 232
Short-Circuited Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch Diagnostic Procedure ................................... 234
Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor Diagnostic Procedure ......... 236
Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor Diagnostic Procedure ............................... 238
Communication Error Diagnostic Procedure ..................................................................................... 240
CAN Bus Off Error Diagnostic Procedure ........................................................................................... 241

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Section 9001 - DIAGNOSTICS Group 10: Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Group 10 - Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes


Main Controller (MCZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
For additional information on the main controller circuit, see Main Controller (MCZ) Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group
9015-15.)

Main controller diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be displayed on the monitor, connection with Service ADVISOR ™ , or by
connection with MPDr.

See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Monitor Display . (Group 9015-20.)
See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application . (Group 9015-20.)
See MPDr Application . (Group 9015-20.)

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Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics


There are three CAN networks on this machine. This diagnostic procedure is for the CAN 0 network. For more diagnostic
information on other CAN networks, see appropriate CAN circuit diagnostics.

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Controller Area Network (CAN 0) Diagnostics


( 1 ) CAN 0 Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connections to the following controllers for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Main contoller (MCZ) (A3) and monitor controller (DSZ) (A4). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Engine control unit (ECU) (A1). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Modular telematics gateway (MTG) (A6000). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Service ADVISOR ™ diagnostic connector (X1). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and DSZ Continuity Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) MCZ and DSZ Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 28 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). and pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A
(X20).
Pin 29 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). and pin 23 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A
(X20).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and ECU Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) MCZ and ECU Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin B1 of engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15) and pin 28 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-
pin connector A (X31).
Pin A1 of engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15) and pin 29 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-
pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) MCZ and Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin C of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1) and pin 28 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).
Pin D of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1) and pin 29 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) MCZ and Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

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Check for continuity between:

Pin H1 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014) and pin 29 of cab harness-to-main
controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin H2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014) and pin 28 of cab harness-to-main
controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and CAN 0 Termination Resistor (R12) Continuity Check

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 6 ) MCZ and CAN 0 Termination Resistor (R12) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin B of CAN 0 termination resistor (R12) and pin 29 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin A of CAN 0 termination resistor (R12) and pin 28 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ Short to Ground Check.

NO:Open circuit in CAN between main controller MCZ and CAN 0 termination resistor (R12).Repair or replace harnesses. See
Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Engine
Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 7 ) MCZ Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1 and 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1 and 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 4, 5, and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 4, 5, and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ Short to Ground Check.

( 8 ) DSZ Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pin 22 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 23 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pin 22 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 35 and 36 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).
Pin 23 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 35 and 36 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ECU Short to Ground Check.

( 9 ) ECU Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 2 of engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15) and pins 21, 27, 43, and 44 of engine control unit
(ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).
Pin 3 of engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15) and pins 21, 27, 43, and 44 of ECU engine control
unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Ground Check.

( 10 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

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Check for continuity between:

Pin C and pin A of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).


Pin D and pin A of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Short to Ground Check.

( 11 ) MTG Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin H1 and pin F3 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).
Pin H2 and pin F3 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MCZ Short to Power Check

( 12 ) MCZ Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 2, 5, and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller
24-pin connector E (X35).
Pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 2, 5, and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller
24-pin connector E (X35).
Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 3, 4, and 10 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 3, 4, and 10 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ Short to Power Check.

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( 13 ) DSZ Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 16 and 17 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 23 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 16 and 17 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 17 and 18 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).
Pin 23 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 17 and 18 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ECU Short to Power Check.

( 14 ) ECU Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 2 and pins 7, 13, 14, 23, and 24 of engine control unit-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).
Pin 3 and pins 7, 13, 14, 23, and 24 of engine control unit-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MTG Short to Power Check.

( 15 ) MTG Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin H1 and pins L1, M1, and M2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).
Pin H2 and pins L1, M1, and M2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Power Check.

( 16 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin C and pin B of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).


Pin D and pin B of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

( 17 ) MCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin 2 and pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 18 ) DSZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin 23 and pin 24 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ECU CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 19 ) ECU CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin 2 and pin 3 on engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MTG CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 20 ) MTG CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin H1 and pin H2 on modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 21 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin C and pin D on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to CAN 0 Termination Resistor (R12) High and Low Side Continuity Check

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( 22 ) CAN 0 Termination Resistor (R12) High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU) ,and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between R12 connector pins A and B.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:CAN wires short circuit.Repair or replace harness. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Machine
Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to MCZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 23 ) MCZ CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Check resistance between pin 2 and pin 3 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to DSZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 24 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace (MCZ), see Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to DSZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 25 ) DSZ CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

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Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Check resistance between pin 23 and pin 24 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is resistance between 110—130 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to ECU CAN Resistance Check.

( 26 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller (DSZ) malfunction.Replace (DSZ), see Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to ECU CAN Resistance Check.

( 27 ) ECU CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Check resistance between pin 2 and pin 3 on engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine harness connector 2 (X15).

Is resistance between 110—130 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR ™ Resistance Check.

( 28 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

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Result:

YES:Engine control unit (ECU) malfunction.Replace (ECU), see Engine Control Unit (ECU) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Resistance Check.

( 29 ) Service ADVISOR™ Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check resistance between pin C and pin D on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is resistance between 110—130 ohms?

Result:

YES:Clear codes and check for DTCs.

NO:Checks complete.

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Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics


There are four CAN networks on this machine. This diagnostic procedure is for the CAN 1 network. For more diagnostic
information on other CAN networks, see appropriate CAN circuit diagnostics.

Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Controller Area Network (CAN 1) Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) CAN 1 Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connections to the following controllers for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Main contoller (MCZ) (A3) and monitor controller (DCZ) (A4). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Machine controller (BCZ) (A11), data converter (A5), and radio (A6). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Air conditioner controller (ACF) (A7). See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Service ADVISOR ™ diagnostic connector (X1). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and Data Converter Continuity Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) MCZ and Data Converter Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect data converter (A5).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 5 on data converter (A5).
Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 11 on data converter (A5).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and DSZ Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) MCZ and DSZ Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 26 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A
(X20).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 25 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A
(X20).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and BCZ Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) MCZ and BCZ Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 1 on machine controller 20-pin connector B
(X11).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 11 on machine controller 20-pin connector B
(X11).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and Radio Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) MCZ and Radio Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

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Disconnect radio connector (A6).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 4 on radio connector (A6).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 12 on radio connector (A6).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ and ACF Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 6 ) MCZ and ACF Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 10 on air conditioner controller (A7).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pin 11 on air conditioner controller (A7).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to MCZ Short to Ground Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 7 ) MCZ Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1 and 2 on cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1 and 2 on cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 4 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 4, 5, and 6 on cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 4, 5, and 6 on cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Data Converter Short to Ground Check.

( 8 ) Data Converter Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 5 on data converter (A5) and pins 14 and 15 on data converter (A5) connector.
Pin 11 on data converter (A5) and pins 14 and 15 on data converter (A5) connector.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ Short to Ground Check.

( 9 ) DSZ Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 25 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pin 22 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 26 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pin 22 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).
Pin 25 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 35 and 36 on monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).
Pin 26 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 35 and 36 on monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to BCZ Short to Ground Check.

( 10 ) BCZ Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

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Pin 1 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11) and pin 8 on machine controller 8-pin connector A (X10).
Pin 11 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11) and pin 8 on machine controller 8-pin connector A (X10).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Radio Short to Ground Check.

( 11 ) Radio Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 and pin 15 on radio connector (A6).


Pin 12 and pin 15 on radio connector (A6).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ACF Short to Ground Check.

( 12 ) ACF Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 10 on air conditioner controller connector (A7) and pins 4 and 9 on connector (A7).
Pin 11 on air conditioner controller connector (A7) and pins 4 and 9 on connector (A7).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MCZ Short to Power Check.

( 13 ) MCZ Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,

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and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 5 and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 5 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 5 and 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-
pin connector E (X35).
Pin 4 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1, 2, 3, and 4 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 5 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and pins 1, 2, 3, and 4 of cab harness-to-main controller
26-pin connector F (X36).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Data Converter Short to Power Check.

( 14 ) Data Converter Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 5 on data converter (A5) and pins 1, 2, and 7 on data converter (A5) connector.
Pin 11 on data converter (A5) and pins 1, 2, and 7 on data converter (A5) connector.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ Short to Power Check.

( 15 ) DSZ Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 25 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 16 and 17 of connector A (X20).
Pin 26 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 16 and 17 of connector A (X20).
Pin 25 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 17 and 18 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).
Pin 26 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and pins 17 and 18 of monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to BCZ Short to Power Check.

( 16 ) BCZ Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 and pin 19 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).


Pin 11 and pin 19 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).
Pin 1 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11) and pin 4 on machine controller 8-pin connector A (X10).
Pin 11 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11) and pin 4 on machine controller 8-pin connector A (X10).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Radio Short to Power Check.

( 17 ) Radio Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 on radio connector (A6) and pins 8 and 16 on connector (A6).


Pin 12 on radio connector (A6) and pins 8 and 16 on connector (A6).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ACF Short to Power Check.

( 18 ) ACF Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

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Pin 10 and pin 7 on air conditioner controller connector (A7).


Pin 11 and pin 7 on air conditioner controller connector (A7).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 19 ) MCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between pin 4 and pin 5 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Data Converter CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 20 ) Data Converter CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between pin 5 and pin 11 on data converter (A5).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 21 ) DSZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between pin 25 and pin 26 of monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to BCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 22 ) BCZ CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between pin 1 and pin 11 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Radio CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 23 ) Radio CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between pin 5 and pin 11 on radio connector (A6).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to ACF CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 24 ) ACF CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between pin 10 and pin 11 on air conditioner controller connector (A7).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MCZ CAN Resistance Check.

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( 25 ) MCZ CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Check resistance between pin 4 and pin 5 on cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to Data Converter CAN Resistance Check.

( 26 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio, and
air conditioner controller (ACF).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace (MCZ), see Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to Data Converter CAN Resistance Check.

( 27 ) Data Converter CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter (A5).

Check resistance between pin 5 and pin 11 on data converter (A5).

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to DSZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 28 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio, and
air conditioner controller (ACF).

Turn key switch to ON position.


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Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Data converter malfunction.Replace data converter, see Data Converter Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to DSZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 29 ) DSZ CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Check resistance between pin 25 and pin 26 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is resistance between 110—130 Ω?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to BCZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 30 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio, and
air conditioner controller (ACF).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller (DSZ) malfunction.Replace DSZ, see Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to BCZ CAN Resistance Check.

( 31 ) BCZ CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).

Check resistance between pin 1 and pin 11 on machine controller 20-pin connector B (X11).

Is resistance between 110—130 Ω?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.


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NO:Go to Radio CAN Resistance Check.

( 32 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio, and
air conditioner controller (ACF).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Machine controller (BCZ) malfunction.Replace BCZ, see Machine controller (BCZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to Radio CAN Resistance Check..

( 33 ) Radio CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect radio connector (A6).

Check resistance between pin 4 and pin 12 on radio connector (A6).

Is resistance between 50—70 Ω?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to ACF CAN Resistance Check.

( 34 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio, and
air conditioner controller (ACF).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Radio malfunction.Replace radio.

NO:Go to ACF CAN Resistance Check.

( 35 ) ACF CAN Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7).

Check resistance between pin 10 and pin 11 on air conditioner controller (A7).

Is resistance between 50—70 Ω?

Result:

YES:Clear codes and check for DTCs.

NO:Checks complete.

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Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics


There are four CAN networks on this machine. This diagnostic procedure is for the N-CAN network. For more diagnostic
information on other CAN networks, see appropriate CAN circuit diagnostics.

Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics


( 1 ) N-CAN Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connections to the following controllers for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Data converter (A5). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Modular telematics gateway (MTG) (A6000). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Service ADVISOR ™ diagnostic connector (X1). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Data Converter and Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Continuity Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Data Converter and Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter (A5).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 6 on data converter (A5) and pin J of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).
Pin 12 on data converter (A5) and pin H of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Data Converter to Interface CAN Resistor 1 (R10) Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Data Converter to Interface CAN Resistor 1 (R10) Continuity Check

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Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter (A5).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 6 on data converter (A5) and pin B of interface CAN resistor 1 (R10).
Pin 12 on data converter (A5) and pin A of interface CAN resistor 1 (R10).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Data Converter to Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Data Converter to Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter (A5).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 6 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pin G1 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin
connector (X6014).
Pin 12 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pin G2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin
connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Data Converter Short to Ground Check.

NO:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Data Converter Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 6 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pins 14 and 15 on connector ().
Pin 12 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pins 14 and 15 on connector ().

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Ground Check.

( 6 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin H and pin A on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).


Pin J and pin A on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Interface CAN Resistor 1 (R10) Short to Ground Check.

( 7 ) Interface CAN Resistor 1 (R10) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Check for continuity between interface CAN resistor 1 (R10) pin A and ground.

Check for continuity between interface CAN resistor 1 (R10) pin B and ground.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit and ground circuit?

Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MTG Short to Ground Check.

( 8 ) MTG Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin G1 and pin F3 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).
Pin G2 and pin F3 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Short to ground, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Data Converter Short to Power Check.

( 9 ) Data Converter Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), data converter, monitor controller (DSZ), machine controller (BCZ), radio,
and air conditioner controller (ACF).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 6 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pins 1, 2, and 7 on connector ().
Pin 12 on data converter 17-pin connector () and pins 1, 2, and 7 on connector ().

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to DSZ Short to Power Check.

( 10 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Power

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin H and pin B of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).


Pin J and pin B of Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MTG Short to Power Check.

( 11 ) MTG Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect all connectors to main controller (MCZ), monitor controller (DSZ), engine control unit (ECU), and modular telematics
gateway (MTG).

Check for continuity between:

Pin G1 and pins L1, M1, and M2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).
Pin G2 and pins L1, M1, and M2 of modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

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Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to power, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Short to Power Check.

( 12 ) Data Converter CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1 (R10).

Check for continuity between pin 6 and pin 12 on data converter 17-pin connector ().

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 13 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1 (R10).

Check for continuity between pin H and pin J on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to MTG CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 14 ) MTG CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1 (R10).

Check for continuity between pin G1 and pin G2 on modular telematics gateway (MTG) control unit 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Open circuit, repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Data Converter Resistance Check.

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( 15 ) Data Converter Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect data converter 17-pin connector ().

Check resistance between pin 6 and pin 12 on data converter 17-pin connector ().

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Resistance Check.

( 16 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1
(R10).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Data converter malfunction.Replace data converter, see Data Converter Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Go to Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Resistance Check.

( 17 ) Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check resistance between pin H and pin J on Service ADVISOR™ diagnostic connector (X1).

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Check CAN bus terminator. See Electrical Component Checks . (9015-20.)

( 18 ) Code Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1
(R10).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.


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Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:Check CAN bus terminator. See Electrical Component Checks . (9015-20.)

NO:Go to MTG Resistance Check

( 19 ) MTG Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check resistance between pin G1 and pin G2 on modular telematics gateway 48-pin connector (X6014).

Is resistance between 50—70 ohms?

Result:

YES:Go to DTC Check.

NO:Check CAN bus terminator. See Electrical Component Checks . (9015-20.)

( 20 ) DTC Check

Action:

Connect all connectors to data converter connector, modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector, and interface CAN resistor 1
(R10).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Clear all codes and check for DTCs.

Are CAN communication codes still present?

Result:

YES:MTG malfunction.

NO:Checks complete.

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Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics


There are four CAN networks on this machine. This diagnostic procedure is for the Engine CAN network. For more diagnostic
information on other CAN networks, see the appropriate CAN circuit diagnostics.

Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics


( 1 ) Engine CAN Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connections to the following controllers for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Engine control unit (ECU) (A1) and variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) (A2). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Service ADVISOR ™ diagnostic connector (X1). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to VGT and ECU Continuity Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) VGT and ECU Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Check for continuity between variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) pin 15 and engine control unit (ECU) pin 110 (X15).

Check for continuity between variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) pin 16 and engine control unit (ECU) pin 88 (X15).

Is there continuity between the connectors?

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check VGT to Engine CAN Termination Resistor (R8).

NO:Open circuit in CAN between VGT and ECU connector (X15).Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring
Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Continuity Check VGT to Engine CAN Termination Resistor (R8)

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Action:

Key switch OFF.

Check for continuity between variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) pin 15 and engine CAN termination resistor (R8) pin A.

Check for continuity between variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) pin 16 and engine CAN termination resistor (R8) pin B.

Is there continuity between the connectors?

Result:

YES:Go to VGT Short to Ground Check.

NO:Open circuit in CAN between VGT and engine CAN termination resistor. Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness
(W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 4 ) VGT Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) connector.

Check for continuity between VGT pin 15 and VGT pin 14.

Check for continuity between VGT pin 16 and VGT pin 14.

Is there continuity between the CAN circuit and ground circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN circuit short to ground.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Engine CAN termination resistor (R8) Short to Ground Check.

( 5 ) Engine CAN termination resistor (R8) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) connector.

Check for continuity between engine CAN termination resistor (R8) pin A and ground.

Check for continuity between engine CAN termination resistor (R8) pin B and ground.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit and ground circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN circuit short to ground.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Engine Control Unit (ECU) Short to Ground Check.

( 6 ) Engine Control Unit (ECU) Short to Ground Check

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Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) connector and engine control unit (ECU).

Check for continuity between ECU pin 110 and pins 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 97, 119, and 137.

Check for continuity between ECU pin 88 and pins 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 97, 119, and 137.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit and ground circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN circuit short to ground.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to VGT Short to Power Check.

( 7 ) Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) connector.

Check for continuity between VGT pin 15 and VGT pin 13.

Check for continuity between VGT pin 16 and VGT pin 13.

Is there continuity between the CAN circuit and power circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN circuit short to power.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Go to Engine Control Unit (ECU) Short to Power Check.

( 8 ) Go to Engine Control Unit (ECU) Short to Power Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) connector and engine control unit (ECU).

Check for continuity between ECU pin 110 and pins 67, 89, 111, 133, and 134.

Check for continuity between ECU pin 88 and pins 67, 89, 111, 133, and 134.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit and power circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN circuit short to power.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check.

( 9 ) Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) CAN High and Low Side Continuity Check

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Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT), engine control unit (ECU) connectors and engine CAN termination resistor
(R8).

Check for continuity between VGT pin 15 and 16.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit?

Result:

YES:CAN wires short circuit.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Engine Control Unit (ECU) Resistance Check.

( 10 ) Engine Control Unit (ECU) High and Low Side Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT), engine control unit (ECU) connectors and engine CAN termination resistor
(R8).

Check for continuity between ECU pin 88 and 110.

Is there continuity between CAN circuit?

Result:

YES:ECU wires short circuit.Repair or replace harness. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) Resistance Check.

( 11 ) Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

Disconnect variable geometry turbocharger (VGT).

Check for continuity between VGT pin 15 and 16.

Is resistance between 50—70Ω?

Result:

YES:Go to Engine Control Unit (ECU) Resistance Check.

NO:Check CAN bus terminator. See Electrical Component Checks . (9015-20.)

( 12 ) Engine Control Unit (ECU) Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch OFF.

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Disconnect engine control unit (ECU) connector (X15).

Check for continuity between ECU pins 88 and 110.

Is resistance between 110—130Ω?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:ECU malfunction. Repair or replace. See Engine Control Unit (ECU) Remove and Install . (9015-20.)

011000.02- Abnormal EEPROM


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Abnormal EEPROM Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Code Check

Action:

Clear and check again for diagnostic trouble codes.

Is DTC 011000.02—Abnormal EEPROM still present?

Result:

YES:Code is still present and machine does not operate. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove
and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

YES:Code is still present, but machine is still operable. Go to Machine Function Check.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) is OK.

( 2 ) Machine Function Check

Action:

Is operation of machine normal? See Operational Checkout . (Group 9005-05.)

Result:

YES:Machine may be operated, but it is recommended that the main controller (MCZ) be replaced.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

011001.02- Abnormal RAM


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Abnormal RAM Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Code Check

Action:

Clear and check again for diagnostic trouble codes.

Is DTC 011001.02—Abnormal RAM still present?

Result:

YES:Code is still present and machine does not operate. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove
and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

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YES:Code is still present, but machine is still operable. Go to Machine Function Check.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) is OK.

( 2 ) Machine Function Check

Action:

Is operation of machine normal? See Operational Checkout . (Group 9005-05.)

Result:

YES:Machine may be operated, but it is recommended that the main controller (MCZ) be replaced.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

011002.02- Abnormal A/D Converter


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Abnormal A/D Converter Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Code Check

Action:

Clear and check again for diagnostic trouble codes.

Is DTC 011002.02—Abnormal A/D Converter still present?

Result:

YES:Code is still present and machine does not operate. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove
and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

YES:Code is still present, but machine is still operable. Go to Machine Function Check.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) is OK.

( 2 ) Machine Function Check

Action:

Is operation of machine normal? See Operational Checkout . (Group 9005-05.)

Result:

YES:Machine may be operated but it is recommended that the main controller (MCZ) be replaced.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

011003.03- Abnormal Sensor Voltage


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Individual sensor or component Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) may also be present within this code. Engine speed dial may not
function correctly when this code is present.

Abnormal Sensor Voltage Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Sensor Check

Action:

Key switch: Off

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If other sensor DTCs are present, diagnose all other DTCs before continuing.

Clear and check again for DTCs.

Is DTC 011003.03— Abnormal Sensor Voltage still present?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Sensor malfunction. Replace appropriate sensor.

011006.02- Engine Controller Communication Error


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Engine Controller Communication Error

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

011007.02- (CAN 0) Data Converter Communication Error 1


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(CAN 0) Data Converter Communication Error 1

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

011008.02- (CAN 1) Data Converter Communication Error 2


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(CAN 1) Data Converter Communication Error 2

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

011009.02- (CAN 0) Monitor Controller Communication Error 1


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(CAN 0) Monitor Controller Communication Error 1

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

011010.02- (CAN 1) Monitor Controller Communication Error 2


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(CAN 1) Monitor Controller Communication Error 2

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

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011100.02- Abnormal Engine Speed


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Engine speed detected 4000 rpm or above.

Abnormal Engine Speed Diagnostic Procedure

→NOTE:

The main controller (MCZ) receives engine speed via the CAN 0 network from the engine control unit
(ECU).

( 1 ) Engine Speed Check

Action:

Verify engine speed with Service ADVISOR ™ or MPDr.

See MPDr Connection Procedure . (Group 9015-20.)


See Service ADVISOR™ Connection Procedure . (Group 9015-20.)

For information on engine speeds, see Engine Speed Control System Operation . (Group 9010-05.)

Is engine speed within specification?

Result:

YES:CAN 0 communication malfunction. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

NO:Verify engine speed using optical tachometer on crankshaft belt pulley.

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011101.03- Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit High Input


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Engine control dial (R15) signal voltage is high (above 4.78 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34). See Cab
Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine
Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pins 4 and 6 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Is approximately 5 volts indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Signal Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Signal Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).


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Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 16 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage above 4.78 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31— X36).

Check for continuity between pin 16 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011101.04- Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Engine control dial (R15) signal voltage is low (below 0.22 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Engine Control Dial Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34). See Cab
Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine
Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pins 4 and 6 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Is approximately 5 volts indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).


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Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
Pin 5 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and pin 16 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D
(X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 4 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and machine ground.


Pin 5 of cab harness-to-switch panel connector 3 (X29) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011200.03- Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


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Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Connect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector to pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011200.03—Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011200.04- Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Connect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector to pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011200.04—Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 3 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
Pin 2 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector and pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

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Pin 2 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector and machine ground.
Pin 3 of pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011202.03- Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


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Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Connect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector to pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011202.03—Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011202.04- Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor open or short to ground.

Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Disconnect pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Connect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector to pump 1 delivery pressure sensor (B35).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011202.04—Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.
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Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 3 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
Pin 2 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector and pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) disconnected.

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Check for continuity between:

Pin 2 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector and machine ground.
Pin 3 of pump 2 delivery pressure sensor (B37) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011206.03- Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


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Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Connect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector to pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011206.03—Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 8 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011206.04- Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Connect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector to pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011206.04—Pump 1 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
Pin 2 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector and pin 8 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

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Pin 1 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector and machine ground.
Pin 2 of pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011208.03- Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


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Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Connect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector to pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011208.03—Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 17 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011208.04- Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) and pump harness splice connector (X97). See Pump Harness (W8) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Disconnect pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Connect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector to pump 1 control pressure sensor (B36).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011208.04—Pump 2 Flow Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
Pin 2 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector and pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

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Pin 1 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector and machine ground.
Pin 2 of pump 2 control pressure sensor (B38) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011301.03- Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


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Swing pressure sensor (B33) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Swing pressure sensor (B33) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Connect swing pressure sensor (B33) connector to travel pressure sensor (B34).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011301.03—Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Swing pressure sensor (B33) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011301.04- Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Swing pressure sensor (B33) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Swing pressure sensor (B33) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Connect swing pressure sensor (B33) connector to travel pressure sensor (B34).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011301.04—Swing Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Swing pressure sensor (B33) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Swing pressure sensor (B33) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 2 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector and pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Swing pressure sensor (B33) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector and machine ground.


Pin 2 of swing pressure sensor (B33) connector and machine ground.

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Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011302.03- Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


360
Boom up pressure sensor (B30) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Boom up pressure sensor (B30) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011302.03—Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Boom up pressure sensor (B30) malfunction. Replace sensor.

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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect boom up pressure sensor (B30).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect boom up pressure sensor (B30).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011302.04- Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


360
Boom up pressure sensor (B30) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Boom up pressure sensor (B30) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011302.04—Boom Up Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Boom up pressure sensor (B30) malfunction. Replace sensor.

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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect boom up pressure sensor (B30).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Boom up pressure sensor (B30) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 2 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector and pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Boom up pressure sensor (B30) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector and machine ground.


Pin 2 of boom up pressure sensor (B30) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.


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NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011303.03- Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


360
Arm in pressure sensor (B31) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm in pressure sensor (B31) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011303.03—Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Arm in pressure sensor (B31) malfunction. Replace sensor.

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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm in pressure sensor (B31).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm in pressure sensor (B31).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 7 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011303.04- Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


360
Arm in pressure sensor (B31) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm in pressure sensor (B31) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011303.04—Arm In Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Arm in pressure sensor (B31) malfunction. Replace sensor.

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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm in pressure sensor (B31).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm in pressure sensor (B31) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector E (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 2 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector and pin 7 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm in pressure sensor (B31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector and machine ground.


Pin 2 of arm in pressure sensor (B31) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.


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NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011304.03- Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


360
Travel pressure sensor (B33) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Travel pressure sensor (B34) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Connect travel pressure sensor (B34) connector to swing pressure sensor (B33).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011304.03—Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Travel pressure sensor (B34) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 9 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011304.04- Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


360
Travel pressure sensor (B34) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Travel pressure sensor (B34) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Disconnect swing pressure sensor (B33).

Connect travel pressure sensor (B34) connector to swing pressure sensor (B33).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011304.04—Travel Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Travel pressure sensor (B34) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect travel pressure sensor (B34).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Travel pressure sensor (B34) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
Pin 2 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector and pin 9 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Travel pressure sensor (B34) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector and machine ground.


Pin 2 of travel pressure sensor (B34) connector and machine ground.

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Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011307.03- Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input


360
Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input High


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011307.03—Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) malfunction. Replace sensor.


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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect front attachment pressure sensor (B32).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 2 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector and machine ground for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect front attachment pressure sensor (B31).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011307.04- Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input


360
Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is completed.

Switch front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011307.04—Front Attachment Pilot Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input.

Is code active?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) malfunction. Replace sensor.


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( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect front attachment pressure sensor (B32).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check voltage between pin 1 and pin 3 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector.

Is approximately 5 V indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector D (X34).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector and pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector
F (X36).
Pin 2 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector and pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 30-pin connector
D (X34).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Front attachment pressure sensor (B32) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector and machine ground.
Pin 2 of front attachment pressure sensor (B32) connector and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011400.02- Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback


360
Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Connect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to torque control solenoid (Y21).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011400.02—Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Feedback Abnormal.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 7 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).
Pin 2 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 6 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to machine ground.
Pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

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Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Test pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011400.03- Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current
360
Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Connect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to torque control solenoid (Y21).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011400.03—Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 7 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).
Pin 2 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 6 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Test pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011400.04- Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current
360
Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Connect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to torque control solenoid (Y21).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011400.04—Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 7 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).
Pin 2 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to pin 6 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A
(X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) connector to machine ground.
Pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Test pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

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Is pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011401.02- Torque Control Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback


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Torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Torque Control Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Torque control solenoid (Y21) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Connect torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011401.02—Torque Control Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 3 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 2 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Torque control solenoid (Y21) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to machine ground.


Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

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Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Test torque control solenoid (Y21) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is torque control solenoid (Y21) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011401.03- Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current


360
Torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Torque control solenoid (Y21) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Connect torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011401.03—Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Test torque control solenoid (Y21) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is torque control solenoid (Y21) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group

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9015-20.)

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011401.04- Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current


360
Torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Torque control solenoid (Y21) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (marked ST) (Y21).

Disconnect pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (marked SB) (Y20).

Connect torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pump 2 flow rate limit solenoid (Y20).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011401.04—Torque Control Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current.

Is code active?
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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 3 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Torque control solenoid (Y21) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of torque control solenoid (Y21) connector to machine ground.


Pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect torque control solenoid (Y21).

Test torque control solenoid (Y21) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is torque control solenoid (Y21) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Torque control solenoid (Y21) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011402.02- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Abnormal Feedback


360
Dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011402.02—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Abnormal Feedback.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to machine ground.


Pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

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Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Test dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011402.03- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback High Input


360
Dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011402.03—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Test dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group

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9015-20.)

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011402.04- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback Low Input


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Dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011402.04—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SF) Feedback Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 15 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) connector to machine ground.


Pin 14 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Test dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Dig regenerative solenoid (Y22) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011403.02- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Abnormal Feedback


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Arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Connect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011403.02—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Abnormal Feedback.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 11 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to machine ground.


Pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

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Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Test arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011403.03- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback High Input


360
Arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Connect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011403.03—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 11 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Test arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group

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9015-20.)

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011403.04- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback Low Input


360
Arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Disconnect dig regenerative solenoid (marked SF) (Y22).

Connect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to dig regenerative solenoid (Y22).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011403.04—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SC) Feedback Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 11 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) connector to machine ground.


Pin 10 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Test arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Arm regenerative solenoid (Y23) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011407.02- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Abnormal Feedback


360
Power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Power dig solenoid (Y24) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011407.02—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Abnormal Feedback.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 12 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Power dig solenoid (Y24) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to machine ground.


Pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

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Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Test power dig solenoid (Y24) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is power dig solenoid (Y24) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011407.03- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input


360
Power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Power dig solenoid (Y24) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011407.03—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 12 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Test power dig solenoid (Y24) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is power dig solenoid (Y24) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group

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9015-20.)

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011407.04- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input


360
Power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Power dig solenoid (Y24) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness (W2)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (marked SG) (Y24).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011407.04—3-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 12 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Power dig solenoid (Y24) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of power dig solenoid (Y24) connector to machine ground.


Pin 13 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect power dig solenoid (Y24).

Test power dig solenoid (Y24) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is power dig solenoid (Y24) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Power dig solenoid (Y24) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

011408.02- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Abnormal Feedback


360

Not applicable to this machine.

011408.03- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Feedback High Input


360

Not applicable to this machine.

011408.04- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SJ) Feedback Low Input


360

Not applicable to this machine.

011409.02- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Abnormal Feedback


360

Not applicable to this machine.

011409.03- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Feedback High Input


360

Not applicable to this machine.

011409.04- 2-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SZ) Feedback Low Input


360

Not applicable to this machine.

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011428.02- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Abnormal Feedback


360
Arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Abnormal Feedback Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011428.02—4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Abnormal Feedback.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 8 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 9 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to machine ground.


Pin 27 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 27 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

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Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Test arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011428.03- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Feedback High Input


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Arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27) current above 920 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011428.03—4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback High Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 8 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 9 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 27 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Test arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) within specification?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group

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9015-20.)

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011428.04- 4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Feedback Low Input


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Arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27) current below 70 mA.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SG) Feedback Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine Harness
(W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

→NOTE:

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is completed.

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (marked SD) (Y27).

Disconnect arm regenerative solenoid (marked SC) (Y23).

Connect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) to arm regenerative solenoid (Y23).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011428.04—4-Spool Solenoid Valve Unit (SD) Feedback Low Input.

Is code active?

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 8 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to pin 9 cab of harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) connector to machine ground.


Pin 27 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27).

Test arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) and compare to specification. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Arm 2 flow control solenoid (Y27) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

011434.02- Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback


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Not applicable to this machine.

011434.03- Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current
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Not applicable to this machine.

011434.04- Attachment Relief 1 (Upper) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current
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Not applicable to this machine.

011435.02- Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback


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Not applicable to this machine.

011435.03- Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current
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Not applicable to this machine.

011435.04- Attachment Relief 2 (Lower) Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current
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Not applicable to this machine.

011436.02- Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Abnormal Feedback


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Not applicable to this machine.

011436.03- Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback High Current


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Not applicable to this machine.

011436.04- Breaker Relief Proportional Solenoid Valve Feedback Low Current


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Not applicable to this machine.

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011457.02- 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Disconnected or Not Present


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→NOTE:

The 2-speed activation solenoid is part of the combined pump flow kit. If the machine does not have this
kit installed, the solenoid will not be present. Switch machine to dig mode or to an attachment mode that
is not set up for combined pump flow, then clear the DTC. Operate machine and verify the DTC does not
reappear. If the machine has this solenoid, continue with 2-speed activation solenoid diagnostic
procedure.

2-Speed Activation Solenoid Disconnected or Not Present Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Fuse Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Remove fuse F5 from fuse box F50. See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location and see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram .
(Group 9015-10.)

Check fuse F5 for continuity.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Replace fuse.

( 2 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Disconnect harness from 2-speed activation solenoid. See 2-Speed Harness (W32) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.) Test
solenoid. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is 2-speed activation solenoid within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to 2-Speed Harness Continuity Check.

NO:Solenoid malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) 2-Speed Harness Continuity Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Disconnect attachment harness-to-2-speed harness connector (X87). See Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location .
(Group 9015-10.)

Check continuity between 2-speed activation solenoid valve (Y43) connector pin 1 and attachment harness-to-2-speed harness
connector (X87) pin 4.

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Check continuity between 2-speed activation solenoid valve (Y43) pin 2 and attachment harness-to-2-speed harness connector
(X87) pin 5. See 2-Speed Harness (W32) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Go to Attachment Harness Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit in 2-speed harness. Repair or replace harness.

( 4 ) Attachment Harness Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect attachment connector (X46). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Check for continuity between attachment harness-to-2-speed harness connector (X87) pin 4 and attachment connector (X46)
pin 10.

Check continuity between attachment harness-to-2-speed harness connector (X87) pin 5 and attachment connector (X46) pin
11. See Attachment Harness (W17) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Go to Machine Harness Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit in attachment harness. Repair or replace harness.

( 5 ) Machine Harness Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin A12 and attachment connector (X46)
pin 10.

Check continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin C6 and attachment connector (X46) pin
11. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Go to Cab Harness Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit in machine harness. Repair or replace harness.

( 6 ) Cab Harness Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin A12 and cab harness-to-main
controller 17-pin connector (X33) pin 3.

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Check continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin C6 and fuse F5. See Cab Harness (W1)
Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller. See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Open circuit in cab harness. Repair or replace cab harness.

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011458.02- Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Disconnected or Not Present


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→NOTE:

The selector valve solenoid valve is part of the auxiliary high flow line kit. If the machine does not have
this kit installed, the solenoid will not be present. Switch machine to dig mode, then clear the DTC.
Operate machine and verify the DTC does not reappear. If the machine has this solenoid, continue with
selector valve solenoid valve diagnostic procedure.

Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Disconnected or Not Present Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Fuse Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Remove fuse F5 from fuse box F50. See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location and see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram .
(Group 9015-10.)

Check fuse F5 for continuity.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Replace fuse.

( 2 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Disconnect connector from selector valve solenoid valve (Y40). See Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Test solenoid valve. See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is selector valve solenoid valve within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Attachment Harness (W17) Continuity Check.

NO:Solenoid malfunction. Replace selector valve solenoid valve.

( 3 ) Attachment Harness (W17) Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect attachment connector (X46). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Check for continuity between attachment connector (X46) pin 9 and selector valve solenoid valve (Y40) connector pin 2.

Check for continuity between attachment connector (X46) pin 11 and selector valve solenoid valve (Y40) connector pin 1. See
Attachment Harness (W17) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

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Result:

YES:Go to Machine Harness (W2) Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit in attachment harness. Repair or replace harness.

( 4 ) Machine Harness (W2) Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin A4 and attachment connector (X46)
pin 9.

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin C6 and attachment connector (X46)
pin 11. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Go to Cab Harness (W1) Continuity Check.

NO:Open circuit in machine harness. Repair or replace harness.

( 5 ) Cab Harness (W1) Continuity Check

Action:

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin A4 and cab harness-to-main
controller 17-pin connector C (X33) pin 3.

Check for continuity between cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) pin C6 and fuse F5. See Cab Harness
(W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in both circuits?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller. See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Open circuit in cab harness. Repair or replace harness.

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011459.02- Idle Stop Relay Circuit Malfunction


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Idle Stop Relay Circuit Malfunction Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Fuse Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Remove fuse F18 from fuse box F50. See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location and see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram .
(Group 9015-10.)

Check fuse F18 for continuity.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Replace fuse.

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Install fuse F18 in fuse box F50.

Ignition ON.

Disconnect connector from idle stop relay (K11).

Check for 24 volts at idle stop relay (K11) connector pin 1.

Are there 24 volts present?

Result:

YES:Go to Relay Check.

NO:Open circuit in cab harness (W1) between idle stop relay (K11) and fuse F18. Repair or replace harness.

( 3 ) Relay Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Test idle stop relay. See Relay Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is relay within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Cab Harness (W1) Continuity Check.

NO:Replace idle stop relay.

( 4 ) Cab Harness (W1) Continuity Check

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Action:

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Check for continuity between idle stop relay (K11) connector pin 2 and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33)
pin 5.

Check for continuity between idle stop relay (K11) connector pin 3 and cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33)
pin 5.

Check for continuity between idle stop relay (K11) connector pin 5 and ground. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.)

Is continuity indicated in all circuits?

Result:

YES:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction. Replace main controller. See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Open circuit in cab harness. Repair or replace harness.

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015011.03- Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input (Pilot)


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Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) voltage is high (above 4.35 V).

Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68).

Test secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor and compare to specification. See Electrical Component Checks . (Group
9015-20.)

Is secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check pin 1 and pin 2 of secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) for more than 4.25 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?


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Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) and pin 7 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).
Pin 2 of secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) and pins 16 and 17 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin
connector F (X36).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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015011.04- Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input (Pilot)


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Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor low (below 0.23 V).

Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68).

Test secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor and compare to specification. See Electrical Component Checks . (Group
9015-20.)

Is secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check pin 1 and pin 2 of secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) for less than 0.1 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?


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Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Check for continuity between pin 1 of secondary hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B68) and pin 7 of cab harness-to-main
controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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015016.03- Right Analog Stroke Sensor Circuit High Input


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) proportional control switch (S29) voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch Sensor


Circuit High Input Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Right auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

Disconnect AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 3 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) and machine ground for approximately 0.0 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) disconnected.

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 3 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) to all pins on all option controller connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

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Result:

YES:Auxiliary function lever (AFL) proportional control switch (S29) malfunction. Replace switch.

NO:Checks complete.

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015016.04- Right Analog Stroke Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) proportional control switch (S29) voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch Sensor


Circuit Low Input Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Right auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

Disconnect AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 1 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) and machine ground for approximately 5 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) and pins 25 and 26 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).
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Pin 2 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) and pins 16 and 17 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in the OFF position.

AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 1 of AFL connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Checks complete.

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011810.03- Electric Lever Operating Pressure Sensor 1 High Voltage


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) signal voltage is high (above 4.5 V).

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1)


(B85) High Input Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 24-pin connector B (X32).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Switch AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011810.03—Electric Lever Operating Pressure Sensor 1 High Voltage.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85).

Turn key switch to ON position.

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Check voltage between pin 2 of AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) and machine ground for approximately 0.0 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85).

Disconnect main controller connectors (X31—X36).

Check for continuity between pin 2 of cab harness-to-main controller 24-pin connector B (X32) to all pins on all main controller
connectors.

Is continuity indicated between any circuits?

Result:

YES:Circuit is short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Checks complete.

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011810.04- Electric Lever Operating Pressure Sensor 1 Low Voltage


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) signal voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1)


(B85) Low Input Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 24-pin connector B (X32).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Switch AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) to another properly working pressure sensor.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011810.04—Electric Lever Operating Pressure Sensor 1 Low Voltage.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate sensors after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85).

Turn key switch to ON position.

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Check voltage between pin 2 of AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) and machine ground for approximately 0.0 V.

Is correct voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Open Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 24-pin connector B (X32).

Check for continuity between pin 2 of AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) and pin 2 of cab harness-to-main
controller 24-pin connector B (X32).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 5 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 2 of AFL solenoid pressure sensor (marked PS1) (B85) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Checks complete.

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011812.02- OPT Electric Lever 1 Neutral Abnormal


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Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) signal voltage 0.1 V or less.

OPT Electric Lever 1 Neutral Abnormal Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Optional connector (X26).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) connector to pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin
connector C (X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Solenoid Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) disconnected.

Test secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

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Is secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011813.02- OPT Electric Lever 1 Abnormal Operation


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Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA with slow or no operation.

OPT Electric Lever 1 Abnormal Operation Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Optional connector (X26).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66).

Switch connectors of secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) with another solenoid.

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011813.02—OPT Electric Lever 1 Abnormal Operation.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) disconnected.

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Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Check for continuity between pin 1 of secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) connector to pin 6 of cab harness-to-
main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 1 of secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 6 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) disconnected.

Test secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) within specification?

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Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Secondary pilot shutoff solenoid (marked PiC) (Y66) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011816.02- OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Abnormal


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Abnormal


Feedback Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Connect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011816.02—OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Abnormal.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 22 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to machine ground.


Pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011816.03- OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Current High


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) current above 920 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Feedback


High Current Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Connect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011816.03—OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Current High.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 22 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011816.04- OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Current Low


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) feedback current below 56 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) Feedback


Low Current Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Connect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011816.04—OPT Solenoid 1 Feedback Current Low.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 22 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) connector to machine ground.


Pin 23 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011817.02- OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Abnormal


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) current above 920 mA and below 70 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Abnormal


Feedback Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Connect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011817.02—OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Abnormal.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to machine ground.


Pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Harness Check.

( 5 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 6 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011817.03- OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Current High


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) current above 920 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Feedback


High Current Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Connect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011817.03—OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Current High.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to all other pins on connector.

Is continuity indicated between any pins?

Result:

YES:Short to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011817.04- OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Current Low


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Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) feedback current below 56 mA.

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) Feedback


Low Current Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connectors. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Connect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to AFL solenoid A (marked 1A) (Y61).

Clear MCZ diagnostic trouble codes.

Operate machine.

Check for active MCZ diagnostic trouble code 011817.04—OPT Solenoid 2 Feedback Current Low.

Is code active?

Return connectors to appropriate solenoids after check is complete.

Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Disconnect AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 25 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).
Pin 2 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) disconnected.

Cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) disconnected.

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) connector to machine ground.


Pin 24 of cab harness-to-main controller 31-pin connector A (X31) to machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 5 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) disconnected.

Test AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) and compare to specification. See Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:AFL solenoid B (marked 1B) (Y62) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

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011901.03- Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input


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Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) voltage is high (above 4.35 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine
Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) and cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40).

Test hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) and compare to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 of hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) connector and pin 1 of cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C
(X33).
Pin 2 of hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) connector and pin 16 of cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F
(X36).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Go to Voltage Check.

( 4 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) disconnected.

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).

Disconnect cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check pin 1 of hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) connector for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Short circuit to power. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

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011901.04- Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input


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Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) voltage is low (below 0.1 V).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb·in

Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) and pump harness-to-machine harness connector (X40). See Pump Harness (W8)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness splice connector (X98) and cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Machine
Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33) and cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40).

Test hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) and compare to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.


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Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check between pin 1 and pin 2 on hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) connector for voltage.

Is voltage indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.

NO:Open circuit. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) disconnected.

Check for continuity between pin 1 of hydraulic oil temperature sensor (B40) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Main controller (MCZ) malfunction.Replace main controller (MCZ). See Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

020010.02- Exhaust Filter Alarm


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Not applicable to this machine.

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020011.02- Electric Lever Alarm


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Electric control lever system is abnormal.

→NOTE:

There will be other diagnostic trouble codes generated with this code. Correct all diagnostic trouble
codes associated with auxiliary diagnostics before continuing with procedure.

Electric Control Lever Alarm Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Right auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).
Left auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked L_GRIP) (X537).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Signal error.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

020062.02- Hydraulic Oil Temperature Alarm


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Hydraulic Oil Temperature Alarm

Diagnose the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) of main controller (MCZ) diagnostic trouble codes.

See 011901.03 — Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High and see 011901.04 — Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
Circuit Low . (Group 9001-10.)

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020303.02- Electric Lever Pilot Cut Alarm


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Electric control lever abnormal signal in neutral position.

→NOTE:

There will be other diagnostic trouble codes generated with this code. Correct all diagnostic trouble
codes before continuing with procedure.

Attachment Pedal or Blade and Outrigger Control Lever Alarm


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris:

See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)


Cab harness-to-main controller 17-pin connector C (X33).
Cab harness-to-main controller 26-pin connector F (X36).
See Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Right auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked R_GRIP) (X536).
Left auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector (marked L_GRIP) (X537).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) connector 1 (X574).
Auxiliary function lever (AFL) harness-to-auxiliary function lever (AFL) solenoid harness connector (X577).

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Pilot signal error.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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Group 20 - Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes


Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
For additional information on the engine control unit circuit, see Engine Control Unit (ECU) Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group
9015-15.)

Engine control unit diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be displayed on the monitor, connection with Service ADVISOR ™ , or
by connection with MPDr.

See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Monitor Display . (Group 9015-20.)
See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application . (Group 9015-20.)
See MPDr Application . (Group 9015-20.)

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000111.07- Coolant Level Low—Moderately Severe Level


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Loss of coolant detected by engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001) in the surge tank.

Coolant Level Low—Moderately Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Coolant Level Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Coolant Level Check

Action:

Check coolant level in surge tank. See Check Engine Coolant Level . (Operator’s Manual.)

Is coolant level low?

Result:

YES:Add coolant to surge tank and check cooling system for leaks.

NO:Go to Connector Check.

( 2 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface
harness connector 3 (X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001).

Does monitor indicate low coolant level?

Result:

YES:Engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001) malfunction. Replace sensor.

NO:Go to Short to Ground Check

( 4 ) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001) disconnected.

Check wire Y01 YEL for on engine coolant loss level sensor (S5001) connector pin 1 for continuity to ground.

Is continuity to ground indicated?

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Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

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000111.17- Coolant Level Low—Most Severe Level


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Loss of coolant detected by engine coolant service level sensor (S5002) in the surge tank.

Coolant Level Low—Most Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Coolant Level Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Coolant Level Check

Action:

Check coolant level in surge tank. See Check Engine Coolant Level . (Operator’s Manual.)

Is coolant level low?

Result:

YES:Add coolant to surge tank and check cooling system for leaks.

NO:Go to Connector Check.

( 2 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to engine coolant service level sensor (S5002) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface
harness connector 3 (X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect engine coolant service level sensor (S5002).

Does sensor indicate low coolant level?

Result:

YES:Engine coolant service level sensor (S5002) malfunction. Replace sensor.

NO:Go to Short to Ground Check.

( 4 ) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Engine coolant service level sensor (S5002) disconnected.

Check wire Y02 YEL on engine coolant service level sensor (S5002) connector pin 1 for continuity to ground.

Is continuity to ground indicated?

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Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

000158.01- Battery Voltage Low


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Low battery voltage detected by engine control unit (ECU).

Battery Voltage Low Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Ignition OFF.

Test battery voltage. See Electrical Component Checks . (Group 9015-20.)

Is battery voltage within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Go to Battery Charge.

( 2 ) Battery Charge

Action:

Charge battery. See Using Battery Charger . (Operator’s Manual.)

Test battery voltage. See Electrical Component Checks . (Group 9015-20.)

Is battery voltage within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Replace batteries. See Battery Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

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000647.05- Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Open Circuit


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Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) open circuit.

Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness
connector 3 (X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect and test variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005). See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Does variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) test OK?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) disconnected.

Disconnect ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

Check wire J01 TAN for continuity between variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) pin 2 and ECU-to-engine interface harness
connector 3 (X16) pin 15.

Disconnect engine interface harness ground (W43).

Check wire G01G BLK for continuity between variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) pin 1 and engine interface harness ground
connector (W43).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

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000647.06- Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Short Circuit


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Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) short circuit.

Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Short Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness
connector 3 (X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect and test variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005). See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Does variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) test OK?

Result:

YES:Go to Short to Ground Check.

NO:Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) disconnected.

Disconnect ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

Check wire J01 TAN between variable speed fan solenoid connector pin 2 (Y5005) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Circuit is shorted to ground. Repair or replace harness as necessary.

NO:Checks complete.

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000647.16- Reversing Fan Switch Active Too Long


346
Reversing fan switch (S15) stuck on.

Reversing Fan Switch Active Too Long Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Function Check

Action:

Is operator holding reversing fan switch (S15) too long?

Is reversing fan switch (S15) stuck ON?

Result:

YES:Advise operator of reversing fan function or clean reversing fan switch (S15). See Reversing Fan Switch—If Equipped .
(Operator’s Manual.)

NO:Go to Component Check.

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect reversing fan switch (S15). See Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Component Location and see Cab Harness
(W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Place reversing fan switch (S15) in OFF position.

Check reversing fan switch (S15) for continuity between pins 6 and 9. See Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Wiring Diagram
. (Group 9015-10.)

Check for continuity between pins 8 and 9.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Reversing fan switch (S15) malfunction. Replace switch.

NO:Go to Short to Power Check.

( 3 ) Short to Power Check

Action:

Reversing fan switch (S15) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Is power indicated at pin 9 of reversing fan switch connector (S15)?

Result:

YES:Circuit is shorted to power. Repair or replace harness as necessary.

NO:Checks complete.

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000898.09- Requested Speed/Speed Limit


346
Speed request CAN message is missing from ECU.

Requested Speed/Speed Limit Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection at flex load controller (FLC) (A15) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness
connector 3 (X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to CAN Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) CAN Circuit Check

Action:

Test CAN circuit. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

Does CAN circuit test good?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair CAN circuit.

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001638.09- Hydraulic Temperature


346
Hydraulic temperature CAN message is missing from ECU.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Hydraulic Temperature Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Code Check

Action:

Check for the following diagnostic trouble codes.

Is diagnostic trouble codes 011901.03 present?


Is diagnostic trouble codes 011901.04 present?

Result:

YES:See code 011901.03— Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input . (Group 9001-20.)

YES:See code 011901.04— Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input . (Group 9001-20.)

NO:Go to CAN Circuit Check.

( 2 ) CAN Circuit Check

Action:

Test CAN circuit. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

Does CAN circuit test good?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair CAN circuit.

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001639.00- Fan Speed High—Most Severe Level


346
ECU detects higher fan speed than desired.

Fan Speed High—Moderately Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection at fan speed sensor (B53) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Code Check

Action:

Check for active ECU diagnostic trouble codes.

Is ECU diagnostic trouble codes 000647.05 present?

Is ECU diagnostic trouble codes 000647.06 present?

Result:

YES:See ECU code 000647.05— Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Open Circuit . (Group 9001-20.)

YES:See ECU code 000647.06— Variable Speed Fan Solenoid Short Circuit . (Group 9001-20.)

NO:Go to Solenoid Check.

( 3 ) Solenoid Check

Action:

Test variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005). See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Does variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) test OK?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Variable speed fan solenoid (Y5005) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 4 ) Harness Check

Action:

Disconnect fan speed sensor (B53) and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

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Check wire R05 BLK for continuity between fan speed sensor (B53) pin B and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16) pin 33.

Check wire M04 PUR for continuity between fan speed sensor (B53) pin C and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16) pin 18.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Fan Speed Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

( 5 ) Fan Speed Check

Action:

Check fan speed. See Fan Speed Test . (Group 9025-25.)

Is fan speed within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Diagnose fan speed malfunction. See Fan Drive Hydraulic System Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

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001639.01- Fan Speed Low—Most Severe Level


346
ECU detects zero fan speed.

Fan Speed Low—Most Severe Level Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection at fan speed sensor (B53) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Disconnect fan speed sensor (B53).

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check wire P02 RED of fan speed sensor connector (B53) pin A for voltage.

Is voltage greater than 5.0 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

NO:Go to Open Circuit Check.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Fan speed sensor (B53) disconnected.

Disconnect ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

Check wire R05 BLK for continuity between fan speed sensor (B53) pin B and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16) pin 33.

Check wire M04 PUR for continuity between fan speed sensor (B53) pin C and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16) pin 18.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Fan Speed Check.

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NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

( 4 ) Fan Speed Check

Action:

Check fan speed. See Fan Speed Test . (Group 9025-25.)

Is fan speed within specification?

Result:

YES:Fan speed sensor (B53) malfunction. Replace sensor.

NO:Diagnose fan speed malfunction. See Fan Drive Hydraulic System Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

001639.18- Fan Speed Low—Moderately Severe Level


346
For diagnostic procedure, see 001639.01—Fan Speed Low—Most Severe Level . (Group 9001-20.)
003701.14- Exhaust Filter Cleaning Not Required
346
Operator requested a parked exhaust filter cleaning, but an exhaust filter cleaning was not required.

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005484.05- Reversing Fan Solenoid Open Circuit


346
Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) open circuit.

Reversing Fan Solenoid Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to reversing fan solenoid (Y9) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect and test reversing fan solenoid (Y9). See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Does reversing fan solenoid (Y9) test OK?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) disconnected.

Disconnect ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

Check wire J02 TAN for continuity between reversing fan solenoid (Y9) pin 2 and ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16) pin 48.

Disconnect engine interface harness ground (W43).

Check wire G01C BLK for continuity between reversing fan solenoid (Y9) pin 1 and engine interface harness ground connector
(W43).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

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005484.06- Reversing Fan Solenoid Short Circuit


346
Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) short circuit.

Reversing Fan Solenoid Short Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


Alarm Level:

Warning Alarm Illuminated—Highlighted Yellow (warning)

( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Check harness connection to reversing fan solenoid (Y9) and engine control unit (ECU)-to-engine interface harness connector 3
(X16). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Component Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Component Check

Action:

Disconnect and test reversing fan solenoid (Y9). See Proportional Solenoid Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Does reversing fan solenoid (Y9) test OK?

Result:

YES:Go to Short to Ground Check.

NO:Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) malfunction. Replace solenoid.

( 3 ) Short to Ground Check

Action:

Reversing fan solenoid (Y9) disconnected.

Disconnect ECU-to-engine interface harness connector 3 (X16).

Check wire J01 TAN between reversing fan solenoid connector (Y9) pin 2 and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace harness as necessary.

NO:Checks complete.

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Group 30 - Monitor Controller (DSZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes


Monitor Controller (DSZ) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
For additional information on the monitor controller circuit, see Monitor Controller (DSZ) Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group
9015-15.)

Monitor controller diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be displayed on the monitor, connection with Service ADVISOR ™ , or by
connection with MPDr.

See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Monitor Display . (Group 9015-20.)
See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application . (Group 9015-20.)
See MPDr Application . (Group 9015-20.)

013002.02- ECU Communication Error


395

Check CAN 0 circuit. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013003.02- Main Controller (MCZ) Communication Error 1


395

Check CAN 0 circuit. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013004.02- Main Controller (MCZ) Communication Error 2


395

Check CAN 1 circuit. See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013005.02- Monitor Controller (DSZ) Communication Error 1


395

Check CAN 0 circuit. See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013006.02- Monitor Controller (DSZ) Communication Error 2


395

Check CAN 1 circuit. See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013007.02- Machine Controller (BCZ) Communication Error


395

Check CAN 1 circuit. See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

013303.02- Abnormal Monitor Internal Temperature Sensor


395
The monitor screen becomes dark.

Monitor Internal Temperature Sensor Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Temperature Check

Action:

Check temperature in or around monitor controller.

Is temperature above 85°C (185°F)?

Result:

YES:Go to Screen Check.

NO:Monitor controller malfunction. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

( 2 ) Screen Check

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Action:

Cool monitor controller and observe monitor screen.

Does monitor screen return to normal as monitor cooled?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller is OK.

NO:Monitor controller malfunction. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

013304.02- Alternator Alarm


395
Alternator output above 33.5 volts.

Alternator Alarm Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Alternator Output Check

Action:

Measure alternator output. See Alternator Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is voltage below 33.5 volts?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Alternator malfunction.Repair or replace alternator.

013310.03- Shorted Circuit in Coolant Temperature Sensor


395

Not applicable to this machine.

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013311.03- Fuel Level Sensor Open Circuit


395
Fuel level sensor (B18) open circuit.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Fuel Level Sensor Open Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Fuel level sensor connector (B18) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20). See Cab
Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Resistance Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Check resistance between pins 1 and 2 on fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Is sensor within specifications?

Fuel Level Sensor Specifications

Fuel Level Sensor Specifications

Float Position Resistance (ohms)

Upper Limit (full) 6-10

3/4 26

1/2 33-43

1/4 53

Alarm Level 82-88

Lower Limit (empty) 90-100

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Fuel level sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 on fuel level sensor connector (B18) and pin 23 on machine harness splice connector (X98).
Pin 2 on fuel level sensor connector (B18) and pin 18 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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013311.04- Fuel Level Sensor Shorted Circuit


395
Fuel level sensor (B18) shorted to ground.

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Fuel Level Sensor Shorted Circuit Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Fuel level sensor connector (B18) and machine harness splice connector (X98). See Machine Harness (W2) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3) and monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20). See Cab
Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Resistance Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector. See appropriate harness.

( 2 ) Resistance Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Check resistance between pins 1 and 2 on fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Is sensor within specifications?

Fuel Level Sensor Specifications

Fuel Level Sensor Specifications

Float Position Resistance (ohms)

Upper Limit (full) 6-10

3/4 26

1/2 33-43

1/4 53

Alarm Level 82-88

Lower Limit (empty) 90-100

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Result:

YES:Go to Continuity Check.

NO:Fuel level sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

( 3 ) Continuity Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and fuel level sensor connector (B18).

Check for continuity between:

Pin 1 on fuel level sensor connector (B18) and pin 23 on machine harness splice connector (X98).
Pin 2 on fuel level sensor connector (B18) and pin 18 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Short Circuit Check.Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove
and Install . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20).

Check for continuity between pin 18 on monitor controller 28-pin connector A (X20) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

NO:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

013334.02- Radiator Coolant Error


186

Diagnose the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) in the engine control unit (ECU), then clear codes and re-check DTCs.

See Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes . (Group 9001-20.)
See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

014001.02- Flash Memory Read/Write Error


395

Flash Memory Read/Write Error Diagnostic Procedure


Flash Memory Read/Write Error in monitor controller.

( 1 ) Diagnostic Trouble Code Check

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Action:

Clear codes and check for code again.

Is diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 014001.02—Flash Memory Read/Write Error still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Monitor controller is OK.

014002.02- External RAM Read/Write Error


395

External RAM Read/Write Error Diagnostic Procedure


External RAM Read/Write Error in monitor controller.

( 1 ) Diagnostic Trouble Code Check

Action:

Clear codes and check for code again.

Is diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 014002.02—External RAM Read/Write Error still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Monitor controller is OK.

014003.02- Abnormal EEPROM


395

Abnormal EEPROM Diagnostics Procedure


Abnormal EEPROM in monitor controller.

( 1 ) Diagnostic Trouble Code Check

Action:

Clear codes and check for code again.

Is diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 014003.02—Abnormal EEPROM still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Monitor controller is OK.

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014006.02- Communication Terminal:Communication Error


395

Communication Terminal:Communication Error Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Fuse Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Remove fuses (F6000—F6002). See Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Check fuses (F6000—F6002) for continuity.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Go to Power Check.

NO:Replace defective fuse(s).

( 2 ) Power Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect satellite (SAT) module control unit 48-pin connector (X6015). See Satellite (SAT) Harness (W6003) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check for voltage between pins M1 and M2 on satellite (SAT) module control unit 48-pin connector (X6015).

Is voltage between 22—25 volts?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

( 3 ) Harness Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect satellite (SAT) module control unit 48-pin connector (X6015).

Disconnect modular telematics gateway (MTG) connector (X6014).

Check continuity between:

Pin A1 on satellite (SAT) module control unit 48-pin connector (X6015) and pin A2 on modular telematics gateway (MTG)
connector (X6014).
Pin A2 on satellite (SAT) module control unit 48-pin connector (X6015) and pin A1 on modular telematics gateway (MTG)
connector (X6014).

Is continuity indicated?

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Result:

YES:Go to Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

NO:Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

014008.02- Abnormal Internal RAM


395

Abnormal Internal RAM Diagnostic Procedure


Abnormal Internal RAM in monitor controller.

( 1 ) Diagnostic Trouble Code Check

Action:

Clear codes and check for code again.

Is diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 014008.02—Abnormal Internal RAM still present?

Result:

YES:Monitor controller malfunction.Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

NO:Monitor controller is OK.

014021.02- Communication Terminal Security Error


395
Security malfunction of mobile communication equipment.

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

014022.02- SIM Card Error


395

For more information on JDLink ™ and ZXLink ™ , see TM114519.

014023.02- Security Error


395
Communication error with the main controller (MCZ).

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

020100.02- Overheat Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020101.02- Engine Warning Alarm


395

Diagnose the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) in the Engine Control Unit (ECU).

See Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes . (Group 9001-20.)

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020102.02- Engine Oil Pressure Alarm


395

Diagnose the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) in the Engine Control Unit (ECU).

See Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic Trouble Codes . (Group 9001-20.)

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020105.02- Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Alarm


395

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Alarm Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Filter Check

Action:

Replace hydraulic oil filter. See Replace Hydraulic Tank Oil Filter . (Operator’s Manual.)

Is DTC 020105.02 still present?

Result:

YES:Go to Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch Check.

NO:Checks complete.

( 2 ) Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect hydraulic oil filter restriction switch (B27). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Check for continuity between terminals of hydraulic oil filter restriction switch.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Hydraulic oil filter restriction switch malfunction. Replace switch.

NO:Go to Circuit Check.

( 3 ) Circuit Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21) and hydraulic oil filter restriction switch (B27).

Check for continuity between pin 13 on monitor controller 36-pin connector B (X21) and machine ground.

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short to ground. Repair or replace harness. See appropriate harness.

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NO:Monitor controller malfunction. Replace monitor controller. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install . (Group
9015-20.)

020106.02- Air Cleaner Restriction Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020107.02- Water Separator Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

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020109.02- Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever Alarm


395

Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever Alarm Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Key switch in OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Cab harness-to-pilot shutoff switch harness connector (X65). See Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Component Location
. (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-machine harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Check cab harness-to-pilot shutoff switch harness connector (X65) for corrosion, loose fit, bent/pressed out pins or crimp
malfunctions.

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Code Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector(s) or pin(s) as needed.

( 2 ) Code Check

Action:

Clear codes and check for code again.

Is diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 020109.02—Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever Alarm?

Result:

YES:Go to Pilot Shutoff Switch 1 (S3) Check.

NO:Monitor controller is OK.

( 3 ) Pilot Shutoff Switch 1 (S3) Check

Action:

Pilot control shutoff lever in locked (UP) position.

Connect positive (+) lead of multimeter to pin 1 and negative (-) lead of multimeter to pin 3 on cab harness-to-pilot shutoff
switch harness connector (X65).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short in pilot shutoff switch harness (W11). Repair or replace harness.

NO:Go to Pilot Shutoff Switch 2 (S4) Check.

( 4 ) Pilot Shutoff Switch 2 (S4) Check

Action:

Pilot control shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.


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Connect positive (+) lead of multimeter to pin 1 and negative (-) lead of multimeter to pin 3 on cab harness-to-pilot shutoff
switch harness connector (X65).

Is continuity indicated?

Result:

YES:Short in pilot shutoff switch harness (W11). Repair or replace harness.

NO:Checks complete.

020110.02- Fuel Filter Restriction Alarm


395

Diagnose diagnostic trouble code (DTC) 000094.17 of the engine control unit (ECU).

See 4.5 (4045) and 6.8 L (6068) Engine . (CTM 502.)

020113.02- System Error Alarm


395
Faulty controller area network (CAN) circuit.

For more information:

See Controller Area Network 0 (CAN 0) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)


See Controller Area Network 1 (CAN 1) Circuit Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Interface Controller Area Network (N-CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)
See Engine Controller Area Network (Engine CAN) Diagnostics . (Group 9001-10.)

020114.02- Overheat Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020133.02- Crane Function Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020142.02- Intake Air Temperature Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020145.02- Boost Temperature Increase Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020146.02- Fuel Temperature Increase Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

020149.02- EGR Gas Temperature Alarm


395

Not applicable to this machine.

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Group 40 - Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Diagnostic Trouble Codes


Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Air conditioner controller diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be displayed on the monitor, connection with Service ADVISOR ™
, or by connection with MPDr.

See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Monitor Display . (Group 9015-20.)
See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application . (Group 9015-20.)
See MPDr Application . (Group 9015-20.)

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11- Open Circuit in Air Recirculation Sensor


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Open Circuit in Air Recirculation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55) connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris. See Heater
and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55)
connectors for continuity. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air recirculation sensor (B55) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check air recirculation sensor (B55) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 4.95 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Sensor Check.

( 4 ) Sensor Check

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Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air recirculation sensor (B55) disconnected.

Check resistance of sensor to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is air recirculation sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Air recirculation sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

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12- Short-Circuited Air Recirculation Sensor


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Short-Circuited Air Recirculation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55) connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris. See Heater
and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air recirculation sensor (B55)
connectors for continuity to machine ground. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity to ground indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Voltage Check.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air recirculation sensor (B55) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check air recirculation sensor (B55) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage less than 0.3 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Sensor Check.

( 4 ) Sensor Check

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Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air recirculation sensor (B55) disconnected.

Check resistance of sensor to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is air recirculation sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Air recirculation sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

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13- Open Circuit in Ambient Air Temperature Sensor


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IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Open Circuit in Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Diagnostics Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component
Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Ambient air temperature sensor (B22). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness-to-cab harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-air conditioner 10-pin connector (X52) and air conditioner controller (A7). See Heater and Air Conditioner
Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram , see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram , or
see Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and ambient air temperature sensor (B22).

Check wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and ambient air temperature sensor (B22) connectors for continuity.

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Ambient air temperature sensor (B22) disconnected.

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Turn key switch to ON position.

Check ambient air temperature sensor (B22) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 4.88 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

NO:Go to Sensor Check.

( 4 ) Sensor Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Ambient air temperature sensor (B22) disconnected.

Check resistance of sensor to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is ambient air temperature sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Ambient air temperature sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

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14- Short-Circuited Ambient Air Temperature Sensor


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IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Short-Circuited Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Ambient air temperature sensor (B22). See Machine Harness (W2) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Machine harness-to-cab harness 100-pin connector (X3). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-air conditioner 10-pin connector (X52) and air conditioner controller (A7). See Heater and Air Conditioner
Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram , see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram , or
see Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and ambient air temperature sensor (B22) connectors.

Check wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and ambient air temperature sensor (B22) connectors for continuity to
machine ground.

Is continuity to ground indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

NO:Go to Voltage Check.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Ambient air temperature sensor (B22) disconnected.

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Turn key switch to ON position.

Check ambient air temperature sensor (B22) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage less than 0.096 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

NO:Go to Sensor Check.

( 4 ) Sensor Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect ambient air temperature sensor (B22) connector.

Check resistance of sensor to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is ambient air temperature sensor within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Ambient air temperature sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.

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18- Short-Circuited Solar Radiation Sensor


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Short-Circuited Solar Radiation Sensor Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check the following connectors for damage, corrosion, or debris.

Solar sensor (B21). See Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Monitor harness-to-cab harness (X17). See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)
Cab harness-to-air conditioner 10-pin connector (X52) and air conditioner controller (A7). See Heater and Air Conditioner
Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram , see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram , or
see Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and solar sensor (B21) connectors.

Check wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and solar sensor (B21) connectors for continuity.

Is continuity indicated on appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Solar sensor (B21) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check solar sensor (B21) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 5.04 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate harness component location or wiring diagram.

NO:Solar sensor malfunction. Replace sensor.


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21- Open Circuit in Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch


188

Open Circuit In Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) connectors for damage, corrosion, or
debris. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control
switch (B41) connectors for continuity. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Voltage Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 4.79 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Switch Check.

( 4 ) Switch Check

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Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) disconnected.

Check resistance of switch to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is air conditioner freeze control switch within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Air conditioner freeze control switch malfunction. Replace switch.

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22- Short-Circuited Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch


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Short-Circuited Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) connectors for damage, corrosion, or
debris. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner freeze control
switch (B41) connectors for continuity to machine ground. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram .
(Group 9015-10.)

Is continuity to ground indicated?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Voltage Check.

( 3 ) Voltage Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage less than 0.096 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Go to Switch Check.

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( 4 ) Switch Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner freeze control switch (B41) disconnected.

Check resistance of switch to specification. See Temperature Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

Is air conditioner freeze control switch within specification?

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Air conditioner freeze control switch malfunction. Replace switch.

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43- Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor
188

Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor


Diagnostic Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10) connectors for
damage, corrosion, or debris. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10).

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater
blower port change servomotor (M10) connectors for continuity. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram
. (Group 9015-10.)

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Turn temperature control/mode switch and blower speed switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 5 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Turn temperature control/mode switch and blower speed switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor (M10) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage present?

Result:

YES:Air conditioner and heater blower port change servomotor malfunction. Replace servomotor.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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44- Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor


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Abnormal Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor Diagnostic


Procedure
( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) connectors for damage, corrosion,
or debris. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11).

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between air conditioner controller (A7) and air conditioner and heater
mixer servomotor (M11) connectors for continuity. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.)

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Go to Open Circuit Check.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 3 ) Open Circuit Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Turn temperature control/mode switch and blower speed switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage greater than 4.8V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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NO:Go to Short Circuit Check.

( 4 ) Short Circuit Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) disconnected.

Turn key switch to ON position.

Turn temperature control/mode switch and blower speed switch to ON position.

Check air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) circuit voltage to ground.

Is voltage less than 0.2 V?

Result:

YES:Repair or replace wiring harness. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Air conditioner and heater mixer servomotor (M11) malfunction. Replace servomotor.

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91- Communication Error


188

Communication Error Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check harness connection to monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7) for damage, corrosion, or debris. See
Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location and see Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram or see Monitor Harness
(W3) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7)
connectors for continuity.

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Air conditioner controller (A7) malfunction. Replace controller.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate component location or wiring diagram.

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92- CAN Bus Off Error


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CAN Bus Off Error Diagnostic Procedure


( 1 ) Connector Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Check harness connection to monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7) for damage, corrosion, or debris. See
Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location and see Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location . (Group
9015-10.)

Are connectors in good condition and free of corrosion and debris?

Result:

YES:Go to Harness Check.

NO:Repair or replace connector or pins. See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram or see Monitor Harness
(W3) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Harness Check

Action:

Turn key switch to OFF position.

Disconnect monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7) connectors.

Check heater and air conditioner harness (W41) wires between monitor controller (A4) and air conditioner controller (A7)
connectors for continuity.

Is there continuity on the appropriate pins?

Result:

YES:Air conditioner controller (A7) malfunction. Replace controller.

NO:Repair or replace wiring harness. See appropriate component location or wiring diagram.

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Section 9005 - OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT PROCEDURE


Table of contents
Group 10 - Operational Checkout Procedure ....................................................................................... 1
Operational Checks—Key Switch On, Engine On Checks ...................................................................... 1

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Group 10 - Operational Checkout Procedure


Operational Checkout
This procedure is used to check operation of machine. It is designed so you can do a walk around inspection, check machine
operation, and perform specific checks from the operator′s seat.

If there is a problem with machine, diagnostic information in this checkout will help pinpoint the probable cause. This
information may allow you to perform a simple adjustment to correct the problem. Use the table of contents to help find
adjustment procedures.

A location will be required which is level and has adequate space to complete checks. No tools or equipment are needed to
perform checkout.

Complete necessary visual checks (oil levels, oil condition, external leaks, loose hardware, linkage, wiring) prior to doing
checkout. The machine must be at operating temperature for many of the checks. See Hydraulic Oil Warm-up Procedure .
(Group 9025-25.)

Read each check completely before performing. If no problem is found, you will be instructed to go to the next check. If a
problem is indicated, you will be referred to a procedure for adjustment, repair, or replacement.

The monitor can be used to perform diagnostic and operational checks. The monitor can display engine speed, pressures, and
diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs).

Diagnostic Trouble Code Check


( 1 ) Display and Clear Trouble Codes

Action:

Always check for diagnostic trouble codes and correct them before performing operational checkout.

Diagnostic trouble codes can be displayed by using one of the following methods:

Monitor
Service ADVISOR ™
MPDr

sss:

Are diagnostic trouble codes present?

Result:

YES:Correct all diagnostic trouble codes before proceeding. See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™
Diagnostic Application . See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Monitor Display . See MPDr Application . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Proceed with operational checkout.

Operational Checks—Key Switch Off, Engine Off Checks


( 1 ) Horn Circuit Check

Action:

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Horn Circuit

LEGEND:
1 Horn Button

Key switch in OFF position.

Press horn button (1) on top of left pilot control lever.

sss:

Does horn sound?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check horn 10 A fuse (F19) (marked HORN). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check horn wiring harness. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram and see Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.)

( 2 ) Hour Meter and Fuel Gauge Checks

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Action:

Switch Panel

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Hour Meter and Fuel Gauge Screen

LEGEND:
1 Hour Meter
2 Home Button
6 Fuel Gauge

Press and hold home button (2) until default screen appears.

sss:

Does hour meter (1) display machine hours?

sss:

Does fuel gauge (6) display correct fuel level?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

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Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check power on 5 A fuse (F17) (marked POWER ON). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram or see Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

Operational Checks—Key Switch On, Engine Off Checks


( 1 ) Monitor Start Up Check

Action:
LEGEND:
1 System Starting Screen
2 Default Screen

System Starting Screen

Default Screen

→NOTE:

The exhaust filter auto cleaning disabled indicator will display on the monitor when the key switch is in
ON position. Once the engine is started, the indicator will disappear unless exhaust filter auto cleaning
has been disabled by the operator through the monitor.

When the key switch is turned to the ON position, the system starting screen (1) displays for about 2 seconds and then the
default screen (2) is displayed.

Turn key switch to ON position.

sss:

Does monitor display system starting screen?

sss:

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Does default screen with hour meter appear after system starting screen disappears?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check controller 5 A fuse (F10) (marked CONTROLLER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

( 2 ) Monitor, Gauges, and Battery Relay Checks

Action:

Default Screen

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Engine Preheat Indicator

LEGEND:
1 Work Mode Indicator
2 Exhaust Filter Auto Cleaning Disabled Indicator
3 Power Mode Indicator
4 Hour Meter
5 Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
6 Fuel Gauge
7 Travel Mode Indicator
8 Engine Preheat Indicator

IMPORTANT:

This machine is equipped with glow plugs. Glow plugs are automatically controlled by the engine
controller when the key is turned ON. Do not start the engine until the engine preheat indicator (8)
disappears on the monitor. Indicator will not appear if ambient air temperature is above 0°C (32°F).

→NOTE:

The exhaust filter auto cleaning disabled indicator will display on the monitor when the key switch is in
ON position. Once the engine is started, the indicator will disappear unless exhaust filter auto cleaning
has been disabled by the operator through the monitor.

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→NOTE:

If engine coolant temperature is below 30°C (86°F) engine temperature gauge needle may not move.

Turn key switch to ON.

sss:

Does battery relay click?

sss:

Does engine coolant temperature gauge (5) display correct engine coolant temperature?

sss:

Does fuel gauge (6) display correct fuel level?

sss:

Does hour meter (4) display machine hours?

sss:

Does work mode indicator (1) display correct work mode (dig or attachment)?

sss:

Does travel mode indicator (7) display correct travel mode?

sss:

Does power mode indicator (3) display correct power mode?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Monitor does not turn ON. Check monitor 5 A fuse (F14) (marked MONITOR). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group
9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram or see Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check key switch. See Electrical Component Checks . (Group 9015-20.) Check battery relay. See Electrical Component
Checks . (Group 9015-20.) Check wiring. See Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram and see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram
. (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Neither engine coolant temperature gauge nor fuel gauge moves. Check gauge sensor and wiring. See Machine Harness
(W2) Wiring Diagram and see Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Other than normal indicator lights remain on. Check diagnostic trouble codes. See Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With
Monitor Display or see Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes With Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application . (Group 9015-20.)

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( 3 ) Rear Camera Check

Action:
LEGEND:
5 Default Screen

Default Screen

LEGEND:
1 Main Menu Screen

Main Menu Screen

LEGEND:
2 Monitor Dial
3 Back Button
4 Home Button

Switch Panel

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CAUTION:

To avoid possible injury or death to operator or others. The rear view camera image is designed to
supplement other safety practices and is not intended to be the sole method of collision avoidance.
Always be alert and aware of the surroundings when operating this machine.

Turn key switch to ON position.

When the default screen (5) is displayed, press monitor dial (2) on the switch panel.

sss:

Does main menu (1) display?

Rotate monitor dial to highlight settings menu.

Press monitor dial.

sss:

Does settings menu display?

At settings menu, rotate monitor dial to highlight rear view camera monitor.

Press monitor dial to display rear view camera monitor menu.

sss:

Does rear view camera monitor menu display?

Press monitor dial to turn camera ON (enable).

Press home button (4).

LEGEND:
6 Rear View Image

Rear View Image

sss:

Does rear view image (6) display on default screen?

Repeat above steps.

At rear view camera monitor menu, press monitor dial to turn camera OFF (disable).

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Press home button.

sss:

Does default screen appear without rear view image?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Menus do not display. Check monitor 5 A fuse (F14) (marked MONITOR). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group
9015-10.)

NO: See Rear Camera Harness (W19) Component Location and see Rear Camera Harness (W19) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.)

( 4 ) Travel Lever and Pedal Neutral Checks

Action:

Travel Lever and Pedal

LEGEND:
1 Forward
2 Rearward

Push both travel levers and pedals forward (1), then release.

Pull both travel levers and pedals rearward (2), then release.

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sss:

Do levers and pedals require equal effort to operate in forward and reverse?

sss:

Do levers and pedals return to neutral at the same time when released?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Inspect, repair or replace travel pilot control valve. See Travel Pilot Valve Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 5 ) Light Circuit Checks

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
3 Work Light Switch

Turn work light switch (3) to 1st position.

sss:

Is monitor panel back light and base machine work light on?

sss:

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Does switch panel illuminate?

Turn light switch to 2nd position.

sss:

Does base machine work light stay on and switch panel stay illuminated?

sss:

Does boom work light come on and monitor back panel light change to night mode?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check work and drive lights 20 A fuse (F1) (marked LAMP) and controller 5 A fuses (F10) (marked CONTROLLER). See Fuse
and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring harness. See System Functional Schematic . (Group 9015-10.) See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.)

( 6 ) Windshield Wiper Control Check

Action:

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
4 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch

→NOTE:

Front window must be fully closed and latched for windshield wiper to operate.

Turn windshield wiper and washer switch (4) to 1st INT position.

sss:

Does wiper operate intermittently (8 second interval)?

Turn windshield wiper and washer switch to 2nd INT position.

sss:

Does wiper operate intermittently, but faster than when in first position (5 second interval)?

Turn windshield wiper and washer switch to 3rd INT position.

sss:

Does wiper operate intermittently, but faster than when in second position (3 second interval)?

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Turn windshield wiper and washer switch to ON position.

sss:

Does wiper operate continuously?

Turn windshield wiper and washer switch to OFF position.

sss:

Does wiper arm stop and retract to left side of windshield?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check windshield wiper and washer 10 A fuse (F2) (marked WIPER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)
See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Windshield Wiper and Washer Circuit Theory of Operation .
(Group 9015-15.)

( 7 ) Windshield Washer Control Check

Action:

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
4 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch

IMPORTANT:

Washer motor may be damaged if washer switch is held for more than 20 seconds, or continually
operated with no fluid in the washer fluid tank.

→NOTE:

While wiper is being operated in INT mode, when windshield wiper and washer switch is pressed, wiper
mode is changed to continuous mode.

Press windshield wiper and washer switch (4).

sss:

Is washer fluid supplied to windshield?

Press and hold windshield wiper and washer switch for 3 seconds.

sss:

Does wiper start and continue operating until switch is released?

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Release windshield wiper and washer switch.

sss:

Does wiper stop and retract to left side of windshield?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check washer fluid level. See Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level . (Operator’s Manual.)

NO:Check windshield wiper and washer 10 A fuse (F2) (marked WIPER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring harness. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check washer pump. See Windshield Wiper and Washer Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.)

( 8 ) Windshield Wiper Circuit Check

Action:

Front Window Release Handle

LEGEND:
1 Lock Pin
2 Lock Release Bar

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CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from window closing. Upper front window comes down very forcefully. Close
window only when sitting on operator′s seat. Guide window down slowly.

CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from window closing. Always lock the pin in cab frame boss hole.

→NOTE:

The wiper cannot operate with the upper front window open. The washer can operate with the upper
front window open. When closing window, check that window upper left corner makes good contact with
the cab.

Slide lock pin (1) inward, then down into notch.

Pull lock release bar (2) toward operator’s seat.

While holding lower handle on window, pull window up and back as far as it can go.

Slide lock pin into cab frame boss hole and rotate downward into the locked position.

Switch Panel

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LEGEND:
4 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch

Turn windshield wiper and washer switch (4) to ON position.

sss:

Does wiper circuit click?

sss:

Does wiper remain stationary in park position?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check windshield wiper and washer 10 A fuse (F2) (marked WIPER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiper wiring. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Windshield Wiper and Washer Circuit
Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.)

( 9 ) Windshield Washer Circuit Check

Action:

IMPORTANT:

Washer motor may be damaged if washer switch is held for more than 20 seconds, or continually
operated with no fluid in the washer fluid tank.

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
4 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch

Press windshield wiper and washer switch (4) and hold for 3 seconds.

sss:

Is washer fluid supplied to windshield?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check washer fluid level. See Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level . (Operator′s Manual.)

NO:Check windshield wiper and washer 10 A fuse (F2) (marked WIPER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

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NO:Check wiring harness. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check washer pump. See Windshield Wiper and Washer Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.)

Operational Checks—Key Switch On, Engine On Checks


( 1 ) Monitor and Gauge Circuit Checks

Action:
LEGEND:
1 Power Mode Indicator
2 Hour Meter
3 Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
4 Fuel Gauge
5 Alarm Indicator

Operating Screen

IMPORTANT:

Engine damage could occur if the alarm indicator (5) or engine oil pressure alarm indicator comes on
after engine starts. Turn off machine immediately.

→NOTE:

The exhaust filter auto cleaning disabled indicator will display on the monitor when the key switch is in
ON position. Once the engine is started, the indicator will disappear unless exhaust filter auto cleaning
has been disabled by the operator through the monitor.

Start engine.

sss:

Do all alarm indicator displays remain off after engine starts?

sss:

Does alarm indicator remain off after engine starts?

sss:

Does engine coolant temperature gauge (3) display correct engine coolant temperature?

sss:

Does fuel gauge (4) display correct fuel level?

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Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Engine oil pressure alarm displayed. Immediately stop engine and check engine oil level. See Check Engine Oil Level .
(Operator’s Manual.)

OK: See Check Engine Oil Pressure . (CTM104.)

NO:Alternator alarm indicator displayed. Check alternator drive belt.

OK:Check alternator. See Alternator Test . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Other alarm indicators display on monitor. See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.)

( 2 ) Pilot Shutoff Circuit Check

Action:
LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial

Engine Speed Dial

Locked

CAUTION:

Avoid possible injury. Machine may move during this check. Make sure area is clear and large enough to
operate all machine functions.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to L (slow idle) position.

Place pilot shutoff lever in locked (UP) position.

Slowly actuate dig and travel functions.

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sss:

Do dig and travel functions operate?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Check wiring. See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Wiring
Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Pilot Shutoff Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.) See Pilot Control Valve Operation .
(Group 9025-05.)

NO:Continue check.

Action:

Unlocked

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Slowly actuate dig and travel functions.

sss:

Do dig and travel functions operate?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

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Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Wiring Diagram . (Group
9015-10.) See Pilot Shutoff Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.) See Pilot Control Valve Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

( 3 ) Fan Reversing System - If Equipped

Action:

Fan Reversing Switch

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Blower Speed Switch
9 Fan Reversing Switch

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

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Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Press blower speed switch (3) OFF.

Press reversing cooling fan switch to MANUAL position.

sss:

Does fan speed slow down?

sss:

After approximately 20 seconds, does the fan speed increase and rotate in reverse direction for approximately 30 seconds?

sss:

Does the fan speed slow for approximately 20 seconds? Does fan direction return to normal?

sss:

Does fan speed increase?

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Wiring Diagram . See Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Component Location .
See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

( 4 ) Engine Speed Dial Check

Action:

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Mode Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Place pilot shutoff lever in locked (UP) position.

Turn engine speed dial (1) clockwise.

sss:

Does engine speed increase?

Turn engine speed dial counterclockwise.

sss:

Does engine speed decrease?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check controller 5 A fuse (F10) (marked CONTROLLER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

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OK:Check engine speed dial on monitor display. See Service Menu . (Group 9015-16.) See Monitor Controller (DSZ) Circuit
Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.) Check wiring harness. See System Functional Schematic . (Group 9015-10.)

( 5 ) ECO (Economy) Mode and PWR (Power) Mode Checks

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button until ECO (economy) mode is displayed on monitor.

sss:

Does engine speed decrease?

Press power mode button until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

sss:

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Does engine speed increase?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Engine Speed Control System Operation (Group 9010-05.) for additional information on engine speed and power
mode.

( 6 ) H/P (High Power) Mode Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button until H/P (high power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Actuate arm in function over relief.

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sss:

Does engine speed increase as function goes over relief?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check controller 5 A fuse (F10) (marked CONTROLLER). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.) See Service
Menu . (Group 9015-16.) See Engine Speed Control System Operation . (Group 9010-05.)

NO:Check main controller (MCZ) pressure sensors. See Pressure Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

NO: See System Functional Schematic . (Group 9015-10.)

NO: See H/P (High Power) Function Does Not Operate, PWR (Power) Mode Is Normal . (Group 9025-15.)

( 7 ) Auto-Idle Circuit Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

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Press power mode button (4) until H/P (high power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I off position.

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Turn auto-idle switch to A/I on position.

sss:

Does engine speed decrease after 4—6 seconds?

Slowly actuate dig function.

sss:

Does engine speed return to fast idle?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check solenoid 20 A fuse (F4) (marked SOLENOID). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.) See Engine
Control Unit (ECU) Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.) See System Functional Schematic . (Group 9015-10.)

( 8 ) Travel Alarm Check

Action:
LEGEND:
A Pilot Shutoff Lever
B Travel Levers
C Travel Pedals

Travel Alarm

CAUTION:

Avoid possible injury. Machine will move during this check. Make sure area is clear and large enough to
operate machine.

Place pilot shutoff lever (A) in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Push travel pedals or levers forward.

sss:

Does travel alarm sound?

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Push travel pedals or pull levers rearward.

sss:

Does travel alarm sound?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check travel alarm 5 A fuse (F5) (marked OPT 1). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring. See Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Travel Alarm Harness (W26)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 9 ) Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Circuit Check

Action:
LEGEND:
1 Reversing Fan Switch
2 Seat Heater Switch
3 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch

Left Console

CAUTION:

Avoid possible injury. Machine will move during this check. Make sure area is clear and large enough to
operate machine.

→NOTE:

Travel alarm must operate for this check.

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Push travel pedals or levers and allow travel alarm to operate for a minimum of 12 seconds.

sss:

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Does travel alarm sound?

While continuing travel, push travel alarm cancel switch (3).

sss:

Does travel alarm stop sounding?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check travel alarm 5 A fuse (F5) (marked OPT 1). See Fuse and Relay Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring. See Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) See Travel Alarm Harness (W26)
Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

( 10 ) Hydraulic Oil Tank Pressurization Check

Action:
LEGEND:
1 Hydraulic Oil Tank Pressure Release Button
2 Hydraulic Oil Tank Cover

Hydraulic Oil Tank Cover

IMPORTANT:

The pressurized oil tank creates pressure at the inlet to the hydraulic pumps. If tank cover does not seal,
hydraulic pumps could cavitate and be damaged.

Raise boom to full height, then lower boom to ground.

Slowly depress pressure release button (1) on hydraulic oil tank cover.

sss:

Is air heard escaping from the pressure release button on hydraulic oil tank cover?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Replace hydraulic oil tank cover.

( 11 ) Control Lever Pattern Check-Excavator Pattern

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Action:

Control Lever Pattern Check - Excavator Pattern

LEGEND:
1 Arm Out
2 Arm In
3 Swing Left
4 Swing Right
5 Boom Down
6 Boom Up
7 Bucket Load
8 Bucket Dump

CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from unexpected machine movement. Clear all persons from the area before
operating machine.

Turn engine speed dial to L (slow idle) position.

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Slowly move hydraulic levers to all positions.

sss:

Do bucket, boom, arm, and swing move according to pattern?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Control Lever Pattern Operation . (Operator′s Manual.)

NO: See Pilot Control Valve-to-Pilot Signal Manifold Component Location—Excavator Pattern . (Group 9025-15.)

( 12 ) Control Lever Pattern Check- Backhoe Pattern

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Action:

Control Lever Pattern Check - Backhoe Pattern

LEGEND:
1 Arm Out
2 Arm In
3 Swing Left
4 Swing Right
5 Boom Down
6 Boom Up
7 Bucket Load
8 Bucket Dump

CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from unexpected machine movement. Clear all persons from the area before
operating machine.

Turn engine speed dial to L (slow idle) position.

Place pilot shutoff lever in unlocked (DOWN) position.

Slowly move hydraulic levers to all positions.

sss:

Do bucket, boom, arm, and swing move according to pattern?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Control Lever Pattern Operation . (Operator′s Manual.)

NO: See Pilot Control Valve-to-Pilot Signal Manifold Component Location—Backhoe Pattern . (Group 9025-15.)

( 13 ) Swing Dynamic Braking Check

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Action:

Swing Dynamic Braking

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

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CAUTION:

Avoid possible injury. Make sure area is clear and large enough to swing extended arm and bucket.
Machine must be on level ground.

Position upperstructure with boom to the front.

Move arm to the extended position, bucket to the retracted position, and bucket-to-arm pivot pin at same level as boom-to-
frame pivot pin.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Fully actuate swing function. Swing clockwise 90 degrees and then release lever.

sss:

Does upperstructure stop within 45 degrees (1/8 turn) or less after releasing lever?

Position upperstructure with boom to the front.

Fully actuate swing function. Swing counterclockwise 90 degrees and then release lever.

sss:

Does upperstructure stop within 45 degrees (1/8 turn) or less after releasing lever?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: Perform Swing Motor Leakage Test . (Group 9025-25.) Perform Swing Motor Crossover Relief Valve Test and Adjustment .
(Group 9025-25.)

NO:Check swing valve spool and spring. See Control Valve (5-Spool) Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 14 ) Swing Park Brake and Circuit Drift Checks

Action:

Machine Position

Fill the bucket with dirt.

Position machine on a hillside with a slope of approximately 25%. If a hill is not available, raise one side of machine
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approximately 300 mm (1 ft) with the boom and then put a block under the track.

Move arm to the fully extended position.

Raise boom so arm-to-bucket pivot pin are the same height as boom-to-frame pivot pin.

Position upperstructure with cab over travel motors, perpendicular to tracks.

Turn engine speed dial to L (slow idle) position.

Wait approximately 5 minutes with all functions in neutral.

→NOTE:

Function does not need to be fully actuated to disengage the swing park brake.

Slowly actuate bucket load function to disengage the swing park brake. Do not hold the function over relief for more than 10
seconds.

sss:

Does upperstructure hold position when swing park brake is engaged?

sss:

Does upperstructure move only slightly when swing park brake is disengaged?

Swing upperstructure 180 degrees counterclockwise and repeat procedure.

Turn engine speed dial to L (slow idle) position.

Wait approximately 5 minutes with all functions in neutral.

Slowly actuate bucket load function to disengage the swing park brake. Do not hold the function over relief for more than 10
seconds.

sss:

Does upperstructure hold position when swing park brake is engaged?

sss:

Does upperstructure move only slightly when swing park brake is disengaged?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Upperstructure moves when all functions are in neutral and park brake is engaged. Check for pilot oil pressure to swing
park brake. See Upperstructure Drift With Swing Valve In Neutral . (Group 9025-15.)

NO:Upperstructure movement is excessive when park brake is disengaged. Perform Swing Motor Leakage Test . (Group
9025-25.)

NO:Check swing spool in the control valve. See Control Valve (5-Spool) Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 15 ) Swing Power Check

Action:

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Machine Position

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Fill the bucket with dirt.

Position machine on a hillside with a slope of approximately 25%. If a hill is not available, raise one side of machine
approximately 300 mm (1 ft) with the boom and then put a block under the track.

Move arm to the fully extended position. Raise boom so arm-to-bucket pivot pin is the same height as boom-to-frame pivot pin.

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Swing upperstructure clockwise so it is 90 degrees to the slope.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button (4) until H/P (high power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Actuate the swing function to swing uphill.

sss:

Does upperstructure swing uphill?

Swing upperstructure 180 degrees counterclockwise and repeat procedure.

Turn engine speed dial to H (fast idle) position.

Power mode button in H/P (high power) mode.

Actuate the swing function to swing uphill.

sss:

Does upperstructure swing uphill?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Swing Motor Crossover Relief Valve Test and Adjustment . (Group 9025-25.)

NO:Check swing motor leakage. Perform Swing Motor Leakage Test . (Group 9025-25.)

NO:Check swing spool in control valve. See Control Valve (5-Spool) Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 16 ) Dig Function Drift Check (loaded bucket)

Action:

Machine Position—Loaded Bucket

Fill bucket with material to specification.

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Item Measurement Specification

Loaded Bucket Weight (approximate) 750 kg

1650 lb.

Position bucket at maximum reach with bucket pivot pin at same height as boom pivot pin.

Retract arm cylinder, then extend about 50 mm (2 in.).

Extend bucket cylinder, then retract about 50 mm (2 in.).

Stop engine.

Measure amount cylinders extend or retract in 5 minutes.

Measure distance from bottom of bucket to ground.

Compare measurements to specifications.

Item Measurement Specification

Dig Function Drift Specifications (loaded bucket)


Boom Cylinder Drift 10 mm

0.39 in.

Arm Cylinder Drift 20 mm

0.79 in.

Bucket Cylinder Drift 15 mm

0.59 in.

Bottom of Bucket-to-Ground Drift 110 mm

4.33 in.

Item Measurement Specification

Blade Drift Specifications (if equipped)


Blade Cylinder Drift 5 mm

0.20 in.

Bottom of Blade-to-Ground Drift 20 mm

0.79 in.

sss:

Is cylinder drift within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Load Drifts Down When Control Lever Is In Neutral Position . (Group 9025-15.)

( 17 ) Dig Function Drift Check (empty bucket)

Action:

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Machine Position—Empty Bucket

LEGEND:
1 Arm Tip Position Above Ground

Empty bucket of material.

Extend arm cylinder, then retract about 50 mm (2 in.).

Extend bucket cylinder, then retract about 50 mm (2 in.).

Lower boom until arm tip is 1 m (40 in.) above ground (1).

Stop engine.

Measure amount cylinders extend or retract in 5 minutes.

Measure distance from arm tip to ground.

Compare measurements to specifications.

Item Measurement Specification

Dig Function Drift Specifications (empty bucket)


Boom Cylinder Drift 5 mm

0.20 in.

Arm Cylinder Drift 15 mm

0.59 in.

Bucket Cylinder Drift 10 mm

0.39 in.

Arm Tip-to-Ground Drift 100 mm

3.94 in.

Item Measurement Specification

Blade Drift Specifications (if equipped)


Blade Cylinder Drift 5 mm

0.20 in.

Bottom of Blade-to-Ground Drift 20 mm

0.79 in.

sss:

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Is cylinder drift within specification?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Load Drifts Down When Control Lever Is In Neutral Position . (Group 9025-15.)

( 18 ) Swing Priority Circuit Check

Action:

CAUTION:

Avoid possible injury. Make sure area is clear and large enough to swing extended arm and bucket.
Machine must be on level ground.

Swing Priority Check

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

IMPORTANT:

Avoid possible machine damage. Position machine as shown. Operate swing and arm in slowly a few
times before attempting to perform check to ensure bucket does not contact machine or ground.

Position machine as shown.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Operate swing function and record time required for three complete revolutions.

Item Measurement Specification

Swing Function Time—Three Revolutions 12.50—14.50 sec.

Position machine as shown, arm extended, bucket curled, and upperstructure 90 degrees to tracks.

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Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Raise boom high enough so bucket does not contact the machine or ground during arm in and swing combined operation.

Operate swing function and slowly actuate arm in function when upperstructure is in line with tracks. Record time required for
three complete revolutions.

→NOTE:

Swing speed should not slow when actuating arm in.

sss:

Does swing speed remain unchanged when actuating arm in?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check arm 1 flow rate pilot valve. See Pilot Signal Manifold Operation . (Group 9025-05.) See Arm 1 Flow Rate Control
Valve Circuit Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

( 19 ) Control Valve Lift Check Test

Action:

Control Valve Lift

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial

Engine Speed Dial

Turn engine speed dial (1) to L (slow idle) position.

Position machine as shown.

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Slowly lower boom, extend arm (retract cylinder), and dump bucket (retract cylinder).

sss:

Do functions move in opposite direction as pilot control levers are first moved, then change direction as levers are moved
farther?

Result:

YES: See Load Falls When Control Valve Is Actuated To Raise Load With Engine Running At Slow Idle . (Group 9025-15.)

NO:Go to next check.

( 20 ) Boom Up, Arm In, and Bucket Combined Function Operation Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

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Actuate boom up function, arm in function, and then bucket function in combination.

sss:

Does boom continue to move at approximately the same speed after bucket function is actuated?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:If boom speed slows excessively, inspect bucket flow rate control valve. See Control Valve (5-Spool) Disassemble and
Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 21 ) Boom Regenerative Valve Operation Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Raise boom and extend the arm to full extension.

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Actuate the boom down, then arm in and boom up functions in combined operation.

sss:

Does the boom move smoothly through the complete cycle down and up and not hesitate when it goes past the vertical
position?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check boom up pressure sensor (B30). See Pressure Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.)

NO:Check boom regenerative valve. See Boom Regenerative Valve Circuit Operation . (Group 9025-05.) See Control Valve (5-
Spool) Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 22 ) Arm Regenerative Valve Operation Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

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Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Extend the arm to full extension and then lower boom so bucket is on the ground.

Actuate the boom up and arm in functions in combined operation.

sss:

Does the arm move smoothly through the complete cycle and not hesitate when it goes through the vertical position?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check arm in pressure sensor (B31). See Pressure Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.) Check arm regenerative solenoid valve.
See Arm Regenerative Valve Circuit Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

OK:Check arm regenerative valve. See Control Valve (5-Spool) Disassemble and Assemble . (Group 3360.)

( 23 ) Bucket Regenerative Valve Operation Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button
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Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Actuate boom up, arm out and bucket dump functions.

Actuate boom down function, arm in function, and then bucket curl function.

sss:

Does the bucket move smoothly through the complete cycle and not hesitate when it goes to the curl position?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check bucket regenerative valve. See Bucket Regenerative Valve Circuit Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

( 24 ) Travel Speed Selection Check

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

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Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn travel speed switch (3) to slow speed (turtle) mode.

Actuate travel function to full speed.

Turn travel speed switch to fast speed (rabbit) mode.

sss:

Does machine travel speed increase?

Actuate a dig function and then return to neutral.

sss:

Does machine travel speed decrease and then increase as dig function is actuated and then released?

Turn travel speed switch to slow speed (turtle) mode.

sss:

Does machine travel speed decrease?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check travel pressure sensor (B34) and travel speed switch (S11). See Pressure Sensor Test . (Group 9015-20.) See Travel
Motor Speed Circuit Operation . (Group 9025-05.)

( 25 ) Travel System Tracking Check

Action:

CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from unexpected machine movement. Clear all persons from the area before
operating machine.

Warm hydraulic oil to operating temperature for this check. See Hydraulic Oil Warm-Up Procedure . (Group 9025-25.)

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Machine Position

LEGEND:
9 Bucket Height

Fully extend arm cylinder and bucket cylinder.

Position boom so bucket height (9) is approximately 400 mm (16 in.) above ground.

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Turn travel speed switch (3) to fast speed (rabbit) mode.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Tracking Check

LEGEND:
5 Distance of Mistrack
6 Acceleration and Deceleration Zone (approximate): 3—5 m (10—16 ft.)
7 Test Line (distance): 20 m (66 ft.)
8 Track Print

Operate machine at full travel forward speed on a flat and level surface approximately 30 m (99 ft.).

→NOTE:

When machine mistracks right, hydraulic pump 1 circuit oil flow may be less than specification. When
machine mistracks left, hydraulic pump 2 circuit oil flow may be less than specification.
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Observe direction of mistrack.

Create a straight test line 20 m (66 ft.) (7) long between two points on track print (8).

Measure and record greatest distance of mistrack (5) between inside edge of track print and test line.

Repeat procedure in reverse travel.

sss:

Does machine mistrack less than 150 mm (5.91 in.)?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Check track sag. See Check and Adjust Track Sag. (Operator’s Manual.)

NO: Perform Travel Motor Leakage Test or perform Pump Flow Test . (Group 9025-25.)

( 26 ) Travel System Tracking Checks While Operating a Dig Function

Action:

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch

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4 Power Mode Button

→NOTE:

Machine will slow down during this test.

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn travel speed switch (3) to fast speed (rabbit) mode.

Operate machine at full speed forward on a flat and level surface.

After machine is moving, actuate arm out from neutral to full actuation and extend the arm.

sss:

Does machine mistrack excessively when the arm is extended?

Result:

YES: See Combined Travel And Dig Functions Slow Or No Power . (Group 9025-15.)

NO:Go to next check.

( 27 ) Travel System Maneuverability Check

Action:

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn travel speed switch (3) to fast speed (rabbit) mode.

Drive machine at full speed forward down a slope.

Turn in each direction.

sss:

Does each track slow down in response to pedal or lever movement in order to turn?

Repeat the procedure in reverse travel.

Turn travel speed switch to fast speed (rabbit) mode.

Drive machine at full speed in reverse down a slope.

Turn in each direction.

sss:

Does each track slow down in response to pedal or lever movement in order to turn?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See Machine Will Not Hold Back and Park Brakes Engage and Disengage When Traveling Down an Incline . (Group
9025-15.)

( 28 ) Cycle Times Check

Action:

CAUTION:

Prevent possible injury from unexpected machine movement. Clear all persons from the area before
operating machine.

→NOTE:

Warm hydraulic oil to operating temperature for this check. See Hydraulic Oil Warm-up Procedure .
(Group 9025-25.)

→NOTE:

Cycle times are calculated using 2.52 m arm and 0.5 m 3 bucket. Different weight and attachments will
affect cycle times.

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button
5 Monitor Dial

Turn engine speed dial (1) to H (fast idle) position.

Turn auto-idle switch (2) to A/I OFF position.

Press power mode button (4) until PWR (power) mode is displayed on monitor.

Rotate monitor dial (5) to highlight and select Dig mode from Work Mode menu. See Main Menu—Work Mode . (Operator’s
Manual.)

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Boom

Arm, Bucket, Swing

Move machine to position shown for each test.

Record cycle time for each function.

Item Measurement Specification

Boom Raise (cylinder extend) Cycle Time 2.8—3.4 sec.

Boom Lower (cylinder retract) Cycle Time 2.1—2.7 sec.

Arm In (cylinder extend) Cycle Time 2.9—3.5 sec.

Arm Out (cylinder retract) Cycle Time 2.5—3.1 sec.

Bucket Load (cylinder extend) Cycle Time 3.2—3.8 sec.

Bucket Dump (cylinder retract) Cycle Time 2.1—2.7 sec.

Blade Raise (cylinder retract) Cycle Time 2.0—2.6 sec.

Blade Lower (cylinder extend) Cycle Time 1.8—2.4 sec.

Swing Left or Right, 3 Revolutions Cycle Time 12.5—14.5 sec.

Drive 20 m (65 ft.) (check in forward and reverse with travel speed switch in FAST position) Cycle Time 11.8—14.2 sec.

Drive 20 m (65 ft.) (check in forward and reverse with travel speed switch in SLOW position) Cycle Time 18.6—24.4 sec.

Track Raised for 3 Revolutions (check in forward and reverse with travel mode switch in FAST position) Cycle Time 23.4—27.4 sec.

Track Raised for 3 Revolutions (check in forward and reverse with travel mode switch in SLOW position) Cycle Time 23.4—27.4 sec.

sss:

Does machine perform within specifications?

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO: See All Hydraulic Functions Slow or see Some Dig Functions Slow (Not All) . (Group 9025-15.)

( 29 ) Heater and Air Conditioning Circuit Check

Action:

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Switch Panel

LEGEND:
5 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
6 Blower Speed Switch

Start engine and warm to normal operating temperature.

Turn temperature control/mode switch (5) clockwise to maximum heat position.

sss:

Does warm air come from the vents?

Turn temperature control/mode switch counterclockwise to maximum cold position.

sss:

Does air conditioner compressor clutch solenoid “click”?

sss:

Does cool air come from the vents?

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IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Go to next check.

NO:Heater does not operate. Check air conditioner and heater 20 A fuse (F3) (marked HEATER). See Fuse and Relay
Specifications . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check wiring harness. See System Functional Schematic . See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . See Heater and Air
Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.)

NO:Check system operation. See Heater and Air Conditioner Operational Checks . (Group 9031-25.)

( 30 ) Heater and Air Conditioner Controls Check (Automatic Temperature Control)

Action:

Switch Panel

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Monitor-Air Conditioner and Heater Display

LEGEND:
5 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
6 Blower Speed Switch
7 Fan Speed
8 AUTO Display
9 Vent Position
10 Temperature Setting

Key ON, press blower speed switch (6).

Start engine and warm to normal operating temperature.

Press blower speed switch.

sss:

Does air conditioner compressor clutch solenoid “click”?

sss:

Does AUTO display (8), display on monitor?

sss:

Does monitor display vent position (9), fan speed (7), and temperature setting (10)?

Turn temperature control/mode switch (5) clockwise to maximum heat position.

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sss:

Does vent position change?

sss:

Does temperature setting increase?

sss:

Does warm air come from the vents?

Turn temperature control/mode switch counterclockwise to maximum cold position.

sss:

Does vent position change?

sss:

Does temperature setting decrease?

sss:

Does cool air come from the vents?

Press blower speed switch.

sss:

Does air conditioner compressor clutch solenoid “click”? (air conditioner and heater are ON in manual mode.)

sss:

Does AUTO display go OFF?

Turn temperature control/mode switch clockwise to maximum heat position.

sss:

Does vent position change?

sss:

Does temperature setting increase?

sss:

Does warm air come from the vents?

Turn temperature control/mode switch counterclockwise to maximum cold position.

sss:

Does vent position change?

sss:

Does temperature setting decrease?

sss:

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Does cool air come from the vents?

Press temperature control/mode switch.

sss:

Does vent position change?

Repeat for all four vent positions.

sss:

Does vent position change each time switch is pressed?

Press blower speed switch.

sss:

Are air conditioner and heater OFF? (press blower speed switch to start air conditioner and heater).

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Result:

YES:Checks complete.

NO:Heater fan does not blow air. Check air conditioner and heater 20 A fuse (F3) (marked HEATER). See Fuse and Relay
Specifications . (Group 9015-10.) Check wiring harness. See System Functional Schematic . See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring
Diagram . See Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-10.) Check system operation. See
Heater and Air Conditioner Operational Checks . (Group 9031-25.)

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Section 9010 - ENGINE


Table of contents
Group 05 - Theory of Operation ............................................................................................................. 1
Engine Identification ............................................................................................................................. 1
John Deere Engine ................................................................................................................................ 2
Engine Fuel System Component Location ............................................................................................ 4
Engine Cooling System Component Location ....................................................................................... 6
Cold Weather Starting Aid .................................................................................................................... 7
Engine Speed Control System Operation .............................................................................................. 8
Group 15 - Diagnostic Information ...................................................................................................... 12
John Deere Engine .............................................................................................................................. 12
Group 20 - Adjustments ........................................................................................................................ 13
John Deere Engine .............................................................................................................................. 13
Group 25 - Tests ..................................................................................................................................... 14
John Deere Engine .............................................................................................................................. 14
Radiator Temperature Differential Check ........................................................................................... 15
Engine Power Test Using Turbocharger Boost Pressure ..................................................................... 18

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Group 05 - Theory of Operation


Engine Identification
Choosing the Correct Supporting Manuals

John Deere excavators are available in different machine configurations based on the various markets into which they are sold.
Different supporting manuals exist for different machine configurations.

Product identification numbers (PINs) are listed on the front covers of excavator manuals. These numbers are used to identify
the correct supporting manual for your machine.

Product Serial Number Identification

PIN Plate (17 character)

LEGEND:
1 PIN Plate
2 17 Character PIN

The PIN plate (1) is located on front, right corner of the cab. Each machine has a 17 character PIN (2) shown on this plate. The
last 6 characters of the PIN represent the machine′s product serial number.

Engine Model Number Identification

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Engine Serial Number Plate

LEGEND:
3 Engine Serial Number Plate
4 9 Character Engine Model Number

Engine Serial Number Plate Location—4045HT067

The engine serial number plate (3) is located on the right side of the engine. Each engine has a 9 character engine model
number (4) shown on this plate.

Engine Emissions Level Identification

The 9 character engine model number corresponds to a specific engine emissions level.

Engine Model Number Classification

Engine Model Number Engine Emissions Level

4045HT067 Tier 3/Stage IIIA

For machines with a 17 character PIN, where the 11 th character is D, this character also corresponds to a specific engine
emissions level.

PIN Classification

th
17 Character PIN (11 character) Engine Emissions Level

xxxxxxxxxx D xxxxxx Tier 3/Stage IIIA

John Deere Engine

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→NOTE:

For proper engine identification, see Engine Identification . (Group 9010-05.)

For additional information on John Deere PowerTech ™ engines and components for engine model 4045HT067, see the
following component technical manuals (CTMs).

See PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
See PowerTech™ E 4.5 and 6.8L Diesel Engines Level 16 Electronic Fuel Systems with Denso HPCR . (CTM502.)

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Engine Fuel System Component Location

Engine Fuel System Component Location

LEGEND:
1 Primary Fuel Filter and Water Separator
2 Final Fuel Filter and Water Separator
3 Auxiliary Fuel Filter and Water Separator (if equipped)
4 Auxiliary Fuel Filter and Water Separator-to-Primary Fuel Filter and Water Separator Hose
5 Final Fuel Filter-to-High Pressure Fuel Pump Hose
6 Fuel Tank-to-Auxiliary Fuel Filter and Water Separator Hose (supply hose)
7 High Pressure Fuel Pump-to-Fuel Cooler Hose
8 Fuel Cooler-to-Fuel Tank Hose (return hose)
9 Fuel Cooler
10 Fuel Tank
11 Fuel Tank Drain Hose
12 Fuel Transfer Pump-to-Final Fuel Filter and Water Separator Hose
13 Primary Fuel Filter and Water Separator-to-Fuel Transfer Pump Hose
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14 Fuel Transfer Pump


15 High Pressure Fuel Pump

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Engine Cooling System Component Location

Engine Cooling System Component Location

LEGEND:
1 Radiator
2 Radiator-to-Coolant Pump Hose
3 Radiator-to-Thermostat Housing Hose
4 Surge Tank
5 Surge Tank Overflow Hose
6 Surge Tank-to-Radiator Hose
7 Surge Tank-to-Thermostat Housing Hose
8 Surge Tank-to-Coolant Pump Hose
9 Coolant Pump-to-Heater Hose
10 Engine-to-Heater Hose
11 Coolant Pump

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Cold Weather Starting Aid

Auto-Ether Injection System

LEGEND:
2 Ether Canister
Y19 Ether Start Aid Solenoid

The cold start aid system used on this machine is auto-ether injection. Ether injection helps to start the engine in cold weather
by injecting a specific amount of ether into the intake manifold.

When the ignition is ON and the engine control unit (ECU) detects the fuel temperature is below a specified temperature, the
ether start aid solenoid (Y19) energizes, and ether flows from the canister (2) to the intake manifold and mixes with intake air.

When the ether/air mixture reaches the combustion chamber, it mixes with diesel fuel. Ether ignites at a lower temperature
than diesel fuel, therefore, inside the combustion chamber the ether ignites first, heating the diesel fuel and aiding combustion.

The cold start aid system is disabled under the following conditions:

Coolant temperature is above 40°C.


Coolant temperature and fuel temperature are both invalid.

For more information, see Starting and Charging Circuit Theory of Operation . (Group 9015-15.)

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Engine Speed Control System Operation


Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine Speeds

Slow Idle 750—850 rpm

Fast Idle—PWR Mode 1850—1950 rpm

Fast Idle—ECO Mode (no load) 1700—1800 rpm

Fast Idle—H/P Travel Mode (travel over relief) 1950—2050 rpm

Fast Idle—Relief Operation (boom up over relief) 2050—2130 rpm

Auto-Idle 1150—1250 rpm

1. 1300—1500 rpmHydraulic oil 0°C or lower (32°F or lower)Engine coolant - Not applicable
2. 1350—1450 rpmHydraulic oil 0°C or more (32°F or more)andEngine coolant 0—25°C (32—77°F)
Auto Warm-Up
3. 1150—1250 rpmHydraulic oil 0°C or more (32°F or more)andEngine coolant 25—50°C (77—122°F)
4. 1050—1150 rpmFuel 0°C or less (32°F or less)Engine coolant - Not applicableHydraulic oil - Not applicable

Idle Speed-Up 850—950 rpm

Switch Panel

LEGEND:
1 Engine Speed Dial
2 Auto-Idle Switch
3 Travel Speed Switch
4 Power Mode Button
The engine speed is controlled by the following items:

Engine Speed Dial (1)


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Power Mode Button (4)


H/P (high power) Mode
PWR (power) Mode
ECO (economy) Mode
Work Mode Control
Travel HP Mode Control
Auto-Idle Switch (2)
Auto Warm-Up Control
Idle Speed-Up Control

Engine Speed Dial

The purpose of the engine speed dial is to control the engine speed via operator input.

The main controller uses these input signals from the engine speed dial, travel pressure sensor (B34), and the attachment
pressure sensor (B60) to determine appropriate engine speed. The main controller then sends a signal via controller area
network (CAN) to the engine control unit (ECU), and the ECU then sets engine rpm.

H/P (high power) Mode

The purpose of the H/P mode is to increase engine speed using certain hydraulic functions.

The main controller sends a signal to the ECU via CAN to raise engine rpm when the following conditions are met:

Power mode button in H/P mode.


Work mode switch in dig mode.
Engine speed is 1500 rpm or higher.
Arm in, boom up, or a combination of both functions actuated.
Pump delivery pressure high.

PWR (power) Mode

The function of PWR mode is to control the engine speed from slow idle to fast idle in response to the position of the engine
speed dial.

ECO (economy) Mode (no load)

The purpose of ECO mode is to lower engine speed to reduce fuel consumption and noise level.

The main controller receives input signals from the engine speed dial, power mode button, and the pump delivery pressure
sensors, then sends a signal via CAN to the ECU to reduce engine rpm when the following conditions are met:

Engine speed above 1800 rpm.


Power mode button in ECO mode.
Pump control pressure low or pump delivery pressure high.

Engine speed will increase up to 100 rpm over the engine speed dial setting for increased pump flow when the following
conditions are met:

Engine speed above 1800 rpm.


Power mode button in ECO mode.
Pump control pressure high.
Average pump delivery pressure low.

Travel HP (high power) Mode Control

The purpose of travel HP mode is to increase engine speed for faster travel.

The main controller uses these input signals from the travel pressure sensor, engine speed dial, travel speed switch and
delivery pressure sensors to determine appropriate engine speed. The main controller then sends a signal via CAN to the ECU
to increase engine speed when the following conditions are met:

Engine speed dial in the fast idle speed position.


Travel function is operated.
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Front attachment not operated.


Delivery pressure of either pump is high.

Auto-Idle Control

The purpose of auto-idle control is to lower engine speed to reduce fuel consumption and noise levels while engine is running
and no hydraulic function actuated.

The main controller uses these input signals from the travel pressure sensor, front attachment pressure sensor, engine speed
dial, and power mode button to determine appropriate engine speed. The main controller then sends a signal via CAN to the
ECU to lower engine rpm.

Auto-idle is activated when the following conditions are met:

Auto-idle control switch in the auto-idle position.


No functions activated for approximately 4 seconds.
Engine speed is greater than 1200 rpm.

Auto-idle control is deactivated when the following conditions are met:

Auto-idle control switch turned to OFF.


A hydraulic function is actuated.
Power mode button is pressed from ECO to PWR, PWR to H/P, or H/P to ECO.
Engine speed dial is turned to change engine speed.

When auto-idle is deactivated, the engine rpm increases to the setting of the engine speed dial.

Auto Warm-Up Control

The purpose of auto warm-up control is to increase engine coolant, hydraulic oil, and fuel temperatures to proper operating
temperatures. This is achieved by increasing engine speed. The temperature values read by the main controller determine the
appropriate target engine speed for auto warm-up. The main controller then sends a signal via CAN to the ECU to adjust engine
rpm according to the following conditions.

1. Only when hydraulic oil temperature is below 0°C (32°F), the main controller sends a signal to the ECU to run the engine
between 1300—1500 rpm until the hydraulic oil temperature raises above 0°C (32°F). Engine coolant temperature is not
considered for auto warm-up by the main controller when hydraulic oil temperature is below 0°C.
2. When hydraulic oil temperature is above 0°C (32°F) and engine coolant temperature is 0—25°C (32—77°F), the main
controller sends a signal to the ECU to run the engine between 1350—1450 rpm until the engine coolant temperature
raises above 25°C (77°F).
3. When hydraulic oil temperature is above 0°C (32°F) and engine coolant temperature is 25—50°C (77—122°F), the main
controller sends a signal to the ECU to run the engine between 1150—1250 rpm until the engine coolant temperature
raises above 50°C (122°F).
4. When fuel temperature is 0°C (32°F) or below, the main controller sends a signal to the ECU to run the engine at
1050—1150 rpm until fuel temperature rises above 2°C (36°F). After 12 minutes or when the hydraulic oil temperature is
above 2°C (36°F), the warm-up circuit is deactivated and engine runs at slow idle speed.
5. Only after the engine coolant temperature is raised above 50°C (122°F), the warm-up circuit is deactivated and engine
runs at user-selected idle speed.

Idle Speed-Up Control

The purpose of the idle speed-up control is to increase the engine rpm when a travel or dig function is actuated at slow idle.

The main controller uses these input signals from the travel pressure sensor, front attachment pressure sensor, and engine
speed dial to determine appropriate engine speed. The main controller then sends a signal via CAN to the ECU to increase the
engine rpm.

Idle speed-up is activated when the following conditions are met:

Engine speed below 900 rpm.


Travel or dig function actuated.

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Section 9010 - ENGINE Group 20: Adjustments

Group 15 - Diagnostic Information


John Deere Engine

→NOTE:

For proper engine identification, see Engine Identification . (Group 9010-05.)

For additional information on John Deere PowerTech ™ engines and components for engine model 4045HT067, see the
following component technical manuals (CTMs).

See PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
See PowerTech™ E 4.5 and 6.8L Diesel Engines Level 16 Electronic Fuel Systems with Denso HPCR . (CTM502.)

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Group 20 - Adjustments
John Deere Engine

→NOTE:

For proper engine identification, see Engine Identification . (Group 9010-05.)

For additional information on John Deere PowerTech ™ engines and components for engine model 4045HT067, see the
following component technical manuals (CTMs).

See PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
See PowerTech™ E 4.5 and 6.8L Diesel Engines Level 16 Electronic Fuel Systems with Denso HPCR . (CTM502.)

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Group 25 - Tests
John Deere Engine

→NOTE:

For proper engine identification, see Engine Identification . (Group 9010-05.)

For additional information on John Deere PowerTech ™ engines and components for engine model 4045HT067, see the
following component technical manuals (CTMs).

See PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
See PowerTech™ E 4.5 and 6.8L Diesel Engines Level 16 Electronic Fuel Systems with Denso HPCR . (CTM502.)

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Radiator Temperature Differential Check


Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS

Radiator Temperature Differential Check

Engine Speed Dial Position Fast Idle

Work Mode Switch Position Dig Mode

Power Mode Button Position H/P (high power)

Auto-Idle Switch Position OFF

4—7°C
Top to Bottom of Radiator Temperature Differential (typical)
7.2—12.6°F

Service Equipment and Tools

SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS

JT07253 Non-Contact Temperature Measuring Gun

→NOTE:

Test will be more accurate at higher ambient temperatures.

LEGEND:
1 Top Test Position
2 Bottom Test Position

Radiator Test Positions

[1] - Check the following items before performing this test.

Correct coolant is in engine and at the proper level.


Radiator and any screens are clean of any dirt or debris.
Fan blades are not damaged and fan is installed correctly.
Proportional fan speed solenoid is functioning properly.
All shields, guards, shrouds, baffles, and hoods are in place and properly fastened.
Any foam or seals are in place and in good condition.

[2] -

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→NOTE:

Engine must be at or above 93°C (200°F) and readings must be taken when engine is under full load.
Allow heat to transfer throughout engine components.

Warm engine to 93°C (200°F) to allow thermostats to open fully. See Hydraulic Oil Warm-Up Procedure . (Group 9025-25.)

[3] - Run machine at specifications.

Item Measurement Specification

Radiator Temperature Differential Check


Engine Speed Dial Position Fast Idle

Work Mode Switch Position Dig Mode

Power Mode Button Position H/P (high power)

Auto-Idle Switch Position OFF

[4] -

IMPORTANT:

To avoid hydraulic system damage, do not hold hydraulic functions over relief for more than 30 second
intervals.

Hold arm-in function, at relief, to keep a full load on engine. Temperature readings must be taken with full load on engine.

[5] -

→NOTE:

Coolant enters radiator through upper radiator hose, travels through the radiator, then exits radiator
through lower radiator hose. See Engine Cooling System Component Location . (Group 9010-05.)

Use JT07253 Non-Contact Temperature Measuring Gun to measure the temperature differential between the top test position
(1) and bottom test position (2) of radiator. Repeat test three times.

Non-Contact Temperature Measuring Gun

JT07253

Measure Temperature

[6] - Average readings and compare to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

Top to Bottom of Radiator Temperature Differential (typical) 4—7°C

7.2—12.6°F

[7] -

→NOTE:

A higher temperature differential than specification indicates low coolant flow.

A lower temperature differential than specification indicates low air flow.

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For diagnosing problems, see John Deere Engine . (Group 9010-15.)

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Engine Power Test Using Turbocharger Boost Pressure


Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS

Power Mode Button Position H/P (high power)

105 kPa
Turbocharger Boost Pressure 1.05 bar
15.2 psi

Service Equipment and Tools

SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS

JT07248 Turbo Boost Test Kit

Other Material

OTHER MATERIAL

242 Loctite Thread Lock and Sealer (medium strength)

This procedure should only be used as a guide to determine engine condition.

→NOTE:

Boost specifications are based on use of No. 2 fuel. If using No. 1 fuel, reduce boost specifications by 7%.

[1] -
LEGEND:
1 Adapter
3 Hose
4 Pressure Gauge

Turbo Boost Test Hook-Up

Remove plug from intake manifold and install adapter (1). Install hose (3) and pressure gauge (4) from JT07248 Turbo Boost
Test Kit.

Turbo Boost Test Kit

JT07248

To measure turbocharger boost pressure.

[2] - Warm engine and hydraulic oil to normal operating temperature. Hydraulic Oil Warm-Up Procedure . (Group 9025-25.)

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[3] - Turn engine speed dial to fast idle.

[4] - Press power mode button to H/P (high power) position.

Item Measurement Specification

Power Mode Button Position H/P (high power)

[5] - Slowly actuate arm in function over relief and hold until engine rpm stabilizes at highest reading. Repeat this step at least
six times.

Record the highest pressure reading.

[6] -

→NOTE:

If using the JT07248 Turbo Boost Kit, a check valve at the pressure gauge inlet traps the highest reading
for boost pressure and does not decrease as the pressure decreases.

Compare highest reading to specifications.

Item Measurement Specification

Turbocharger Boost Test


Turbocharger Boost Pressure 105 kPa

1.05 bar

15.2 psi

→NOTE:

Pressure gauge accuracy is very critical for this test. Do not make adjustments to injection pump fuel
delivery on the machine to raise or lower boost pressure.

→NOTE:

New engine may not develop specified boost pressure. Check after 50 hours of operation.

[7] - If turbocharger boost pressure is low, check the following:

Wrong fuel.
Restricted air filter elements.
Restricted fuel filter elements.
Restricted muffler, remove muffler and rerun test.
Exhaust manifold leaks. For more information on PowerTech ™ , and PowerTech ™ Plus, PowerTech ™ E, see
PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
Check charge air cooler piping and fittings for leaks.
Faulty fuel injection pump.
Faulty MAP sensor. Replace MAP sensor.
Low compression pressure. For more information on PowerTech ™ , and PowerTech ™ Plus, PowerTech ™ E, see
PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
Cam lobe wear (valve clearance). For more information on PowerTech ™ , and PowerTech ™ Plus, PowerTech ™ E, see
PowerTech™, PowerTech™ Plus, and PowerTech™ E 4.5L and 6.8L Diesel Engines—Base Engine . (CTM104.)
Faulty fuel injectors.
Carbon build-up in turbocharger.
Turbocharger compressor or turbine wheel rubbing housing.
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[8] - Remove gauge and fittings.

[9] - Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium strength) to plug. Tighten plug.

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Section 9015 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Table of contents
Group 05 - System Information ............................................................................................................. 1
Electrical Diagram Information ............................................................................................................. 1
Group 10 - System Diagrams ............................................................................................................... 11
Explanation of Wire Markings ............................................................................................................. 11
Fuse and Relay Specifications ............................................................................................................ 12
System Functional Schematic, Component Location, and Wiring Diagram Master Legend ................ 21
System Functional Schematic ............................................................................................................. 29
Cab Harness (W1) Component Location ............................................................................................. 68
Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................................... 75
Machine Harness (W2) Component Location ...................................................................................... 95
Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................. 99
Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location ..................................................................................... 104
Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................. 105
Engine Harness (W4) Component Location ...................................................................................... 107
Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................. 111
Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location ....................................................................... 116
Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram ............................................................................... 118
Pump Harness (W8) Component Location ........................................................................................ 121
Pump Harness (W8) Wiring Diagram ................................................................................................ 124
Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Harness (W10) Component Location .......................................... 125
Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Harness (W10) Wiring Diagram .................................................. 126
Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Component Location ................................................................. 127
Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Wiring Diagram ......................................................................... 128
Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Component Location .................................................................. 129
Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Wiring Diagram .......................................................................... 130
Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Component Location ...................................................................... 132
Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Wiring Diagram .............................................................................. 134
Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Component Location ........................................... 135
Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Wiring Diagram ................................................... 137
Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness (W16) Component Location .................................................... 138
Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness (W16) Wiring Diagram ............................................................ 139
Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location ............................................................................. 140
Attachment Harness (W17) Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................... 142
Rear Camera Harness (W19) Component Location .......................................................................... 144
Rear Camera Harness (W19) Wiring Diagram .................................................................................. 145
Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Component Location .................................................................. 146
Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Wiring Diagram .......................................................................... 147
Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness (W22) Component Location ............................................ 147
Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness (W22) Wiring Diagram .................................................... 148
Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Component Location ............................................................. 148
Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Wiring Diagram ..................................................................... 149
Seat Heater Switch Harness (W24) Component Location ................................................................. 149
Seat Heater Switch Harness (W24) Wiring Diagram ......................................................................... 150
Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Component Location ........................................................................... 151
Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Wiring Diagram ................................................................................... 152
Starter Harness (W27) Component Location .................................................................................... 153
Starter Harness (W27) Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................ 154
Starter Switch Harness (W29) Component Location ......................................................................... 155
Starter Switch Harness (W29) Wiring Diagram ................................................................................. 156
2-Speed Harness (W32) Component Location .................................................................................. 156

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2-Speed Harness (W32) Wiring Diagram .......................................................................................... 157


Fuel Injector Harness (W38) Component Location ............................................................................ 158
Fuel Injector Harness (W38) Wiring Diagram .................................................................................... 159
Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location ..................................................... 161
Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram ............................................................. 162
Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Component Location ................................................................... 164
Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Wiring Diagram ........................................................................... 166
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location ................................................ 168
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Wiring Diagram ........................................................ 170
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location ................................. 172
Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Wiring Diagram ......................................... 174
Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Harness (W6002) Component Location ................................... 175
Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Harness (W6002) Wiring Diagram ........................................... 176
Satellite (SAT) Harness (W6003) Component Location ..................................................................... 176
Satellite (SAT) Harness (W6003) Wiring Diagram ............................................................................. 177
Group 15 - Sub-System Diagnostics ................................................................................................. 178
Controller Area Network (CAN) Theory of Operation ........................................................................ 178
Starting and Charging Circuit Theory of Operation ........................................................................... 184
Monitor Controller (DSZ) Circuit Theory of Operation ....................................................................... 189
Engine Control Unit (ECU) Circuit Theory of Operation ..................................................................... 197
Main Controller (MCZ) Circuit Theory of Operation ........................................................................... 214
Machine Controller (BCZ) Circuit Theory of Operation ...................................................................... 232
Windshield Wiper and Washer Circuit Theory of Operation .............................................................. 234
Lighting Circuit Theory of Operation ................................................................................................. 237
Travel Alarm Circuit Theory of Operation ......................................................................................... 240
Pilot Shutoff Circuit Theory of Operation .......................................................................................... 243
Attachment Control Circuit Theory of Operation .............................................................................. 246
Group 16 - Monitor Operation ............................................................................................................ 256
Service Menu .................................................................................................................................... 256
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 256
Monitoring ........................................................................................................................................ 258
Controller Version ............................................................................................................................. 261
Issued Warning Record ..................................................................................................................... 261
Operation ......................................................................................................................................... 262
Machine Setting ................................................................................................................................ 263
Monitor Setting ................................................................................................................................. 266
Group 20 - References ......................................................................................................................... 268
Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes with Monitor Display .................................................................. 268
Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application ....................................................................................... 268
Service ADVISOR™ Connection Procedure ....................................................................................... 269
Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes with Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Application ........................ 271
MPDr Application .............................................................................................................................. 273
MPDr Connection Procedure ............................................................................................................. 274
Fuse Test .......................................................................................................................................... 276
Relay Test ......................................................................................................................................... 283
Pressure Sensor Test ........................................................................................................................ 284
Solenoid Test .................................................................................................................................... 285
Proportional Solenoid Test ................................................................................................................ 286
Temperature Sensor Test ................................................................................................................. 287
Alternator Test .................................................................................................................................. 288
Component Checks ........................................................................................................................... 290
Battery Remove and Install .............................................................................................................. 297
Rear Cover Remove and Install ........................................................................................................ 299

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Main Controller (MCZ) Remove and Install ....................................................................................... 301


Machine Controller (BCZ) Remove and Install .................................................................................. 304
Engine Control Unit (ECU) Remove and Install ................................................................................. 306
Data Converter Remove and Install .................................................................................................. 306
Monitor Controller (DSZ) Remove and Install ................................................................................... 308
Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) Remove and Install ........................................................................ 310
Key Switch Remove and Install ......................................................................................................... 310
Right Switch Console Remove and Install ......................................................................................... 312
Left Switch Console Remove and Install ........................................................................................... 314
Travel Alarm Remove and Install ...................................................................................................... 315
Disconnect Tab Retainer Connectors ................................................................................................ 315
Disconnecting Spring Wire Clip Connectors ...................................................................................... 316
Replace DEUTSCH™ Connectors ...................................................................................................... 318
Replace DEUTSCH™ Rectangular or Triangular Connectors ............................................................. 320
Install DEUTSCH™ Contact ............................................................................................................... 322
Replace WEATHER PACK™ Connector .............................................................................................. 324
Install WEATHER PACK™ Contact ..................................................................................................... 326
Replace (Pull Type) Metri-Pack™ Connectors ................................................................................... 328
Replace (Push Type) Metri-Pack™ Connectors ................................................................................. 329
Replace CINCH™ Connectors ........................................................................................................... 330
Install CINCH™ Contact .................................................................................................................... 332
Repair 32 and 48 Way CINCH™ Connectors ..................................................................................... 334
Remove Connector Body from Blade Terminals ............................................................................... 338

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Section 9015 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Group 05: System Information

Group 05 - System Information


Electrical Diagram Information

→NOTE:

All System Functional Schematics, Circuit Schematics, and Wiring Diagrams are shown with key switch in
the OFF position.

Explanation of Wire Markings

System Functional Schematic Diagram

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System Functional Schematic Example

LEGEND:
1 Continuity Chart
2 Power Wires
3 Routing Location Information
4 Wire Identification
5 Ground Wires
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7 Section Number
8 Component Name
9 Component Identification Number
10 Component Schematic Symbol
11 Connector Identification Number
12 Connector
13 Connector Pin Information
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G1 Battery
G2 Battery
K19 Battery Relay
S1 Key Switch
W5 Battery To Frame Ground
W6 Engine To Frame Ground

The System Functional Schematic is made up of equal sections to simplify searching the schematic. Each section of the System
Functional Schematic is assigned a number (7). The System Functional Schematic is formatted with power supply wires (2)
shown near the top of the drawing and ground wires (5) near the bottom. The schematic may contain some harness or
connector information.

When connector information is shown, it will be displayed as a double chevron (12) with a component identification number
(11) corresponding to the connector identification number. Connector pin information (13) will be displayed in a text size
smaller than that of the connector identification number.

Each electrical component is shown by a schematic symbol (10), the component name (8), and a component identification
number (9). A component identification number and name will remain the same throughout the Operation and Test Technical
Manual. This will allow for easy cross-referencing of all electrical drawings (Schematics, Wiring Diagrams, and Component
Location).

Routing location information (3) is presented to let the reader know when a wire is connected to a component in another
section. TO and FROM statements identify when power is going “To” or coming “From” a component in a different location. The
section and component identification number are given in the first line of information and any pin information for the
component is given in parenthesis in the second line. In this example, power is going TO section 23, component B14 on pin C4.

Wiring Diagram

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Wiring Diagram Example

LEGEND:
1 Wire Number
2 Wire End #1 Termination Location
3 Wire Color
4 Wire End #2 Termination Location
5 Wiring Diagram Wire Legend

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6 Component Identification Number


7 Connector End View
8 Wire Number
9 Connector Pin Number
10 Connector Pin Number
11 Wire Number
12 Wire Color
13 Wire Termination Location
14 Wire Harness

Each harness on the machine is drawn showing components, connectors, and wires. Harnesses are identified by a “W”
component identification number and description (W6 ENGINE HARNESS, Etc.).

A component or connector identification number (6) identifies each component on the harness. Each harness branch (14) is
terminated by an end view of the connector (7). The connector end view show pin (9) and wire number (8) information which
corresponds to the component or connector wire table.

The wire table displays the component or connector pin number (10), the wire number (11), the wire color (12), and the
location where the wire terminates (13).

A wire legend (5) is provided for each harness. All wires in the harness are listed in the wire legend. The wire legend contains a
wire number (1), End #1 (2), wire color (3), and End #2 (4) information for each wire. The wire number and color are unique to
each harness and may not match other wire numbers and colors on other harnesses. The component identification numbers or
wire numbers listed in the End #1 and End #2 columns indicate where the wire terminates within the harness.

Wiring Diagram

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Wiring Diagram Example

LEGEND:
1 Component Identification Number
2 Connector
3 Connector End View
4 Wire Harness
5 Wire Number

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6 Wire Splice
7 Wire End #1 Termination Location
8 Wire Number
9 Wire Color
10 Wire End #2 Termination Location

Each harness on the machine is drawn showing connectors, wires, and splices. A “W” component identification number
identifies harnesses. (W6, Etc.) The harness is drawn showing spatial arrangement of components and branches.

A component identification or connector number (1) identifies each component. The harness branch (4) is terminated by a top
or side view of the connector (2). If more than one wire is supplied to the connector, a harness side connector end view (3) is
provided. Each wire number is labeled for the appropriate pin. If only one wire is supplied to the connector, the wire number (5)
is indicated.

An “X” component identification number of 100 or higher identifies splices (6). Each splice lists side A wires and side B wires to
differentiate the side of the harness that the wires come from.

A wire legend is provided for each harness. A component identification number is listed in the “END #1” column (7) to indicate
the termination location of one end of a wire. In the center, the wire number (8) and wire color (9) are listed. A component
identification number in the “END #2” column (10) identifies the opposite end of the wire.

Component Location Diagram

The Component Location Diagram is a pictorial view by harness showing location of all electrical components, connectors,
harness main ground locations and harness band and clamp location. Each component will be identified by the same
identification letter/number and description used in the System Functional Schematic Diagram.

Connector End View Diagram

The Connector End View Diagram is a pictorial end view of the component connectors showing the number of pins in the
connector and the wire color and identifier of the wire in every connector. Each component will be identified by the same
identification letter/number and description used in the System Functional Schematic Diagram.

Electrical Schematic Symbols

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Electrical Schematic Symbols

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LEGEND:
1 Battery
2 Wire Splice
3 Fuse
4 Circuit Breaker
5 Power Outlet
6 Alternator
7 Air Conditioner Compressor
8 Compressor
9 Liquid Pump
10 Antenna
11 Diode
12 Zener Diode
13 Capacitor
14 Magnet
15 Flasher
16 Buzzer
17 Horn
18 Alarm
19 Clock
20 Internal Ground
21 Single Point Ground
22 External Ground
23 Sensor
24 Sensor with Normally Open Switch
25 Speed Sensor
26 Rotary Sensor
27 Single Element Bulb
28 Dual Element Bulb
29 Solenoid Operated Hydraulic Valve With Suppression Diode
30 Solenoid Normally Open
31 Solenoid Normally Closed
32 Starter Motor
33 Starter Motor
34 DC Motor
35 DC Stepping Motor
36 Wiper Motor
37 Blower Motor
38 Servo Motor
39 Speedometer
40 Tachometer
41 Temperature Gauge
42 Liquid Level Gauge
43 Gauge
44 Hourmeter
45 Resistor
46 Variable Resistor
47 Manually Adjusted Variable Resistor
48 Multi-Pin Connector
49 Single Pin Connector
50 Connector
51 4 Pin Relay
52 5 Pin Relay
53 5 Pin Relay With Internal Suppression Diode
54 5 Pin Relay With Internal Suppression Resistor
55 Key Switch
56 Temperature Switch Normally Open
57 Temperature Switch Normally Closed
58 Pressure Switch Normally Open
59 Pressure Switch Normally Closed
60 Liquid Level Switch Normally Open
61 Liquid Level Switch Normally Closed
62 Momentary Switch Normally Open
63 Momentary Switch Normally Closed
64 Toggle Switch Normally Open
65 Toggle Switch Normally Closed
66 2 Way Toggle Switch Normally Open

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67 2 Way Toggle Switch Normally Closed


68 Manual Switch Operation
69 Push Switch Operation
70 Pull Switch Operation
71 Turn Switch Operation
72 Toggle Switch Operation
73 Pedal Switch Operation
74 Key Switch Operation
75 Detent Switch Operation
76 Temperature Sensor
77 Solar Sensor
78 Pressure Sensor
79 Liquid Level Sensor

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Group 10 - System Diagrams


Explanation of Wire Markings
Electrical harness wires are identified by color, with no number stamped on wire. Wire numbers are used on some connector
drawings simply as reference numbers, useful in tracing wires through the harness.

Some wires are solid wire colors. These would be identified by one color name such as RED or BLK or GRN.

Other wire colors are identified with two color names. These are solid wires with a narrow stripe. For example, a wire identified
as RED/WHT would be a primarily RED wire, with a WHT stripe. A wire identified as WHT/RED would be a primarily WHT wire
with a RED stripe.

Following is a listing of wire color abbreviations used on drawings.

BLK—Black
BLU—Blue
BRN—Brown
CABLE—Bare Wire
DK GRN—Dark Green
GRN—Green
GRY—Grey
LT BLU—Light Blue
LT GRN—Light Green
ORG—Orange
PNK—Pink
PUR—Purple
RED—Red
SK BLU—Sky Blue
TAN—Tan
VLT—Violet
WHT—White
YEL—Yellow

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Fuse and Relay Specifications


Fuse and Relay Specifications (S.N. —040754)

Relay and Fuse Block Component Location

LEGEND:
1 Relay Block
2 Fuse Block 1
3 Fuse Block 2

Fuse Block 1

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Fuse Block 1

LEGEND:
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F5 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F6 12-Volt Power Outlet 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 30 A Fuse (marked ECU)
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
F11 Not Used
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 1 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F16 Start Aid 20 A Fuse (marked START AID)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)

Fuse Block 2

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Fuse Block 2

LEGEND:
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 12-Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT)
F25 IMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F26 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F27 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX. 3)
F28 Not Used
F29 Not Used
F30 Not Used
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX. 2)
F35 Not Used
F36 Not Used
F37 Not Used
F38 Not Used
F39 Not Used
F40 Not Used

Additional fuses located near the engine control unit (ECU):

F6000— JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse


F6001— JDLink ™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002— JDLink ™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse

Additional fuses located in the engine compartment:

F63—Glow Plug 50 A Fuse

Additional fuses located under cover behind radiator door:

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F45—Starter In-line 30 A Fuse


F60—Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61—Battery 45 A Fuse

Relay Block

Relay Block

LEGEND:
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
K14 (not used)

Additional relays located in the engine compartment:

K16—Glow Plug Relay

Additional relays are located by the air conditioning unit:

K15—Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay


K17—Max Hi Relay
K18—Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay

Additional relays located under cover behind cooling package door:

K19—Battery Relay
K34—Starter Relay

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K35—Starter Protection Relay

Additional relays located behind cab seat:

K20—Seat Heater Relay


K30—Right Solenoid Relay B
K31—Right Solenoid Relay A
K32—Left Solenoid Relay B
K33—Left Solenoid Relay A

Fuse and Relay Specifications (S.N. 040755— )

Relay and Fuse Block Component Location

LEGEND:
1 Relay Block
2 Fuse Block 1
3 Fuse Block 2

Fuse Block 1

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Fuse Block 1

LEGEND:
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F5 Optional and Attachment Connector 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F6 Optional Connector and Reversing Fan 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P1)
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
F11 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked TRAVEL ALARM)
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 1 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F16 12-Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)

Fuse Block 2

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Fuse Block 2

LEGEND:
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 IMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F25 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F26 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX. 3)
F27 Not Used
F28 Not Used
F29 Not Used
F30 Not Used
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX. 2)
F35 Service Advisor Diagnostic Connector 5 A Fuse (marked DIAG)
F36 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P2, not used)
F37 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P3, not used)
F38 Fuel Transfer Pump/Controllers 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P4, not used)
F39 Not Used
F40 Not Used

Additional fuses located near the engine control unit (ECU):

F6000— JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse


F6001— JDLink ™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002— JDLink ™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse

Additional fuses located in the engine compartment:

F5002—Fuel Transfer Pump 15 A Fuse

Additional fuses located under cover behind radiator door:

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F45—Starter In-line 30 A Fuse


F60—Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61—Battery 45 A Fuse

Relay Block

Relay Block

LEGEND:
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay

Additional relays located in the engine compartment:

K16—Glow Plug Relay

Additional relays are located by the air conditioning unit:

K15—Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay


K17—Max Hi Relay
K18—Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay

Additional relays located under cover behind cooling package door:

K19—Battery Relay
K34—Starter Relay
K35—Starter Protection Relay

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Additional relays located behind cab seat:

K20—Seat Heater Relay


K30—Right Solenoid Relay B
K31—Right Solenoid Relay A
K32—Left Solenoid Relay B
K33—Left Solenoid Relay A

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System Functional Schematic, Component Location, and Wiring Diagram


Master Legend
A1—Engine Control Unit (ECU) ( SE10 , SE11 , SE12 , SE13 , SE14 , SE15 ) ( W5 )
A2—Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) ( W5 )
A3—Main Controller (MCZ) ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
A4—Monitor Controller (DSZ) ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 ) ( W3 )
A5—Data Converter ( SE20 ) ( W1 )
A6—Radio ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
A7—Air Conditioner Controller (ACF) ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
A8—12-Volt Power Converter ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
A10—Monitor ( SE6 ) ( W3 )
A11—Machine Controller (BCZ) ( SE19 ) ( W1 )
A12—Rear Camera ( SE6 ) ( W19 )
A6000—Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Controller ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
A6001—GPS/Cellular Antenna ( SE21 )
B16—Air Filter Restriction Switch ( SE14 ) ( W5 )
A6002—Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit ( SE21 ) ( W6003 )
B18—Fuel Level Sensor ( SE4 ) ( W2 )
B20—Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch ( SE22 ) ( W2 )
B21—Solar Sensor ( SE24 ) ( W3 )
B22—Ambient Air Temperature Sensor ( SE23 ) ( W2 )
B23—High Note Horn ( SE22 ) ( W2 )
B24—Low Note Horn ( SE22 ) ( W2 )
B25—Right Speaker ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
B26—Left Speaker ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
B27—Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch (if equipped) ( SE4 ) ( W2 )
B30—Boom Up Pressure Sensor ( SE7 ) ( W2 )
B31—Arm In Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
B32—Front Attachment Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
B33—Swing Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
B34—Travel Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
B35—Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W8 )
B36—Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor ( SE8 ) ( W8 )
B37—Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor ( SE9 ) ( W8 )
B38—Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor ( SE9 ) ( W8 )
B40—Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor ( SE9 ) ( W2 )
B41—Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch ( SE24 ) ( W41 )
B53—Fan Speed Sensor ( SE13 , SE15 ) ( W5 )
B55—Air Recirculation Sensor ( SE24 ) ( W41 )
B60—Attachment Pressure Sensor ( SE9 ) ( W17 )
B61—Arm Out Pressure Sensor ( SE9 ) ( W17 )
B68—Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor ( SE30 ) ( W76 )
B80—Seat Temperature Switch 1 ( SE26 ) ( W17 )
B81—Seat Temperature Switch 2 ( SE26 )
B82—Ambient Air Temperature Sensor 2 ( SE10 ) ( W5 )
B85—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1) ( SE30 ) ( W76 )
B5100—Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor ( SE13 ) ( W4 )
B5101—Engine Oil Pressure Sensor ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
B5107—Inlet Fuel Pressure Sensor ( SE14 ) ( W4 )
B5206—Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
B5208—Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
B5209—Fuel Temperature Sensor ( SE10 ) ( W4 )
B5300—Turbocharger Speed Sensor ( SE15 ) ( W4 )
B5301—Crankshaft Position Sensor ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
B5302—Camshaft Position Sensor ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
B5500—Intake Air Sensor ( SE12 ) ( W4 )
B5600—Water-in-Fuel Sensor ( SE10 ) ( W5 )
E1—Work Light ( SE17 ) ( W2 )
E2—Boom Light ( SE17 ) ( W2 )

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E3—Cab Dome Light ( SE19 )


E5—Switch Panel Back Light 1 ( SE6 )
E6—Switch Panel Back Light 2 ( SE5 )
E7—Switch Panel Back Light 3 ( SE6 )
E8—Switch Panel Back Light 4 ( SE6 )
E9—Key Switch Light ( SE20 )
E10—Switch Panel Back Light 5 ( SE20 )
F1—Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP) ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
F2—Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER) ( SE16 ) ( W1 )
F3—Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER) ( SE22 ) ( W1 )
F4—Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID) ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
F5—Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT) ( SE9 ) ( W1 )
F6—12-Volt Power Outlet 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT) ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
F7—Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START) ( W1 )
F8—Engine Control Unit (ECU) 30 A Fuse (marked ECU) ( SE14 ) ( W1 )
F9—Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP) ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
F10—Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER) ( SE7 ) ( W1 )
F11—Not Used ( W1 )
F12—Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO) ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
F13—Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER) ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
F14—Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR) ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
F15—Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 1 10 A Fuse (marked AUX) ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
F17—Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON) ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
F18—Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP) ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
F19—Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN) ( SE22 ) ( W1 )
F20—Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT) ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
F21—Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER) ( SE26 ) ( W13 )
F22—Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F23—Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F24—12-Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F25—IMMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F26—Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F27—Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX_3) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F31—Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR) ( SE26 ) ( W13 )
F32—Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F33—Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F34—Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX_2) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
F45—Starter In-line 30 A Fuse ( SE2 ) ( W27 )
F50—Fuse Box ( W1 )
F51—Auxiliary Fuse Box ( W13 )
F60—Alternator 65 A Fuse ( SE1 ) ( W2 )
F61—Battery 45 A Fuse ( SE1 ) ( W2 )
F62—Wiper Motor Assembly Circuit Breaker ( SE16 )
F6000— JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
F6001—JDLink™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
F6002—JDLink™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
G1—Battery ( SE1 ) ( W2 )
G2—Battery ( SE1 ) ( W2 )
G3—Alternator ( SE3 ) ( W2 )
G5—12-Volt Power Outlet ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
H2—Security Alarm ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
H3—Monitor Warning Alarm ( SE4 ) ( W3 )
H4—Travel Alarm ( SE9 ) ( W26 )
K1—Load Dump Relay ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
K2—Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
K3—Security Alarm Relay ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
K4—Starter Cut Relay ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
K5—Security Relay ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
K6—Windshield Wiper Relay ( SE16 ) ( W1 )
K7—Work Light Relay ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
K8—Boom Light Relay ( SE17 ) ( W1 )
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K9—Windshield Washer Relay ( SE16 ) ( W1 )


K10—Horn Relay ( SE22 ) ( W1 )
K11—Idle Stop Relay ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
K12—Accessory Cut Relay ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
K13—Key Cut Relay ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
K15—Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
K17—Max Hi Relay ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
K18—Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay ( SE22 ) ( W41 )
K19—Battery Relay ( SE1 ) ( W2 )
K20—Seat Heater Relay ( SE26 )
K30—Right Solenoid Relay B ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
K31—Right Solenoid Relay A ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
K31—Right Solenoid Relay (marked RSW1) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
K32—Left Solenoid Relay B ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
K32—Left Solenoid Relay B (marked LSW1) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
K33—Left Solenoid Relay A ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
K33—Left Solenoid Relay A (marked LSW3) ( SE29 ) ( W75 )
K34—Starter Relay ( SE2 ) ( W2 ) ( W27 )
K35—Starter Protection Relay ( SE2 ) ( W27
M1—Starter Motor ( SE2 ) ( W2 ) ( W5 ) ( W27 )
M5—Windshield Wiper Motor ( SE16 )
M6—Windshield Washer Motor ( SE16 ) ( W2 )
M7—Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Motor ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
M9—Air Conditioner and Heater Internal and External Servo Motor ( SE24 ) ( W41 )
M10—Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servo Motor ( SE24 ) ( W41 )
M11—Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servo Motor ( SE24 ) ( W41 )
M12—Seat Air Compressor Motor ( SE26 ) ( W14 )
M13—High Pressure Fuel Pump ( SE11 ) ( W4 )
R9—Lighter ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
R10—Interface CAN Resistor 1 ( SE20 ) ( W1 )
R11—Interface CAN Resistor 2 (later models) ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
R12—CAN 0 Termination Resistor ( SE11 ) ( W2 )
R13—Alternator Resistor ( SE3 ) ( W2 )
R15—Engine Speed Dial ( SE7 ) ( W1 )
R16—Blower Motor Transistor ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
R17—Blower Motor Resistor ( SE23 ) ( W41 )
R18—Seat Heater ( SE26 ) ( W14 )
S1—Key Switch ( SE1 ) ( W29 )
S2—Cab Dome Light Switch ( SE19 )
S3—Pilot Shutoff Switch 1 ( SE3 ) ( W17 )
S4—Pilot Shutoff Switch 2 ( SE3 ) ( W17 )
S5—Horn Switch ( SE22 ) ( W1 ), ( W75 )
S7—Power Dig Switch ( SE10 , SE28 ) ( W1 ) or ( W75 )
S8—Auto-Idle Switch ( SE7 ) ( W1 )
S9—Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch ( SE20 ) ( W1 )
S10—Work Light Switch ( SE6 ) ( W1 )
S11—Travel Speed Switch ( SE7 ) ( W1 )
S12—Power Mode Button ( SE7 ) ( W1 )
S13—Travel Alarm Cancel Switch ( SE9 ) ( W16 )
S14—Door Switch ( SE20 ) ( W1 )
S15—Reversing Fan Switch ( SE13 ) ( W23 )
S18— Service ADVISOR ™ Remote (SAR) Switch ( SE11 ) ( W1 )
S20—Seat Belt Switch ( SE6 ) ( W1 )
S21—Blower Motor Speed Switch ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S22—Temperature Control/Mode Switch ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S23—Radio Volume and Power Switch ( SE6 ) ( W1 )
S24—Radio Tuning Switch ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S25—Monitor Dial ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S26—Back Button ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S27—Home Button ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S28—Window Switch ( SE16 )
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S29—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch ( SE28 ) ( W75 )


S30—Right Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B) ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
S31—Right Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C) ( SE27 ) ( W15 )
S31—Right Pilot Control Lever Switch ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
S32—Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B) ( SE27 ) ( W15 ) or ( W75 )
S33—Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C) ( SE27 ) ( W15 ) or ( W75 )
S34—Right Enable Switch ( SE27 ) ( W15 ), ( W22 )
S34—Right Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
S35—Left Enable Switch ( SE27 ) ( W15 ), ( W22 )
S35—Left Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
S40—Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch (if equipped) ( SE4 ) ( W2 )
S50—0 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S51—1 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S52—2 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S53—3 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S54—4 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S55—5 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S56—6 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S57—7 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S58—8 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S59—9 Key ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
S60—Keypad ( SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 )
S61—Seat Compressor Switch ( SE26 )
S62—Seat Heater Switch ( SE26 ) ( W24 )
S5001—Engine Coolant Loss Level Sensor ( SE13 ) ( W5 )
S5002—Engine Coolant Service Level Sensor ( SE13 ) ( W5 )
V1—Battery Relay Diode ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
V2—Alternator Excitation Diode ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
V3—Load Dump Relay Diode ( SE3 , SE22 ) ( W1 )
V4—Security Diode ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
V5—Starter Cut Relay Diode ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
V6—Auxiliary Power Connector Diode ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
V7—Start Relay Diode ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
V8—Air Conditioner Clutch Diode ( SE22 ) ( W1 )
V9—Pilot Shutoff Diode ( SE3 ) ( W1 )
V10—Starter Protection Diode ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
V11—Accessory Cut Diode ( SE1 ) ( W1 )
V12—Starter Cut Diode ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
V13—Work Light 1 Diode ( SE19 ) ( W1 )
V14—Work Light 2 Diode ( SE19 ) ( W1 )
V20—Pilot Shutoff Switch Diode ( SE3 ) ( W11 )
V22—Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Diode ( SE29 ) ( W75 )
V30—Right Solenoid Diode B ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
V31—Right Solenoid Diode A ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
V32—Left Solenoid Diode B ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
V33—Left Solenoid Diode A ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
V40—Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Diode ( SE8 ) ( W17 )
V41—Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve Diode ( SE9 ) ( W17 )
V43—2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve Diode ( SE9 ) ( W17 )
V44—Starter Relay Diode ( W27 ) ( SE2 )
W1—Cab Harness ( W1 )
W2—Machine Harness ( W2 )
W3—Monitor Harness ( W3 )
W4—Engine Harness ( W4 )
W5—Engine Interface Harness ( W5 )
W8—Pump Harness ( W8 )
W10—Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness ( W10 )
W11—Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness ( W11 )
W13—Auxiliary Fuse Box ( W13 )
W14—Heated Air Seat Harness ( W14 )
W15—Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness ( W15 )
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W16—Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness ( W16 )


W17—Attachment Harness ( W17 )
W19—Rear Camera Harness ( W19 )
W21—Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness ( W21 )
W22—Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness ( W22 )
W23—Reversing Fan Switch Harness ( W23 )
W24—Seat Heater Switch Harness ( W24 )
W26—Travel Alarm Harness ( W26 )
W27—Starter Harness ( W27 )
W29—Starter Switch Harness ( W29 )
W35—Cab Harness Ground 1 ( W1 )
W36—Cab Harness Ground 2 ( W1 )
W37—Cab Harness Ground 3 ( W1 )
W38—Fuel Injector Harness ( W38 )
W41—Heater and Air Conditioner Harness ( W41 )
W43—Engine Interface Harness Ground ( W5 )
W60—Radio Antenna ( SE18 )
W61—Auxiliary Solenoid Harness ( W61 )
W75—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness ( W75 )
W76—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness ( W76 )
W6002—Modular Telematices Gateway (MTG) Harness ( W6002 )
W6003—Satellite (SAT) Harness ( W6003 )
X1—Service ADVISOR™ Diagnostic Connector ( SE12 ) ( W2 )
X2—MPDr 6-Pin Connector ( SE6 ) ( W1 )
X3—Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector ( SE3 , SE4 , SE6 , SE16 , SE17 ) ( W1 ) ( W2 )
X5—Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1 ( SE4 , SE11 ) ( W2 )
X6—Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector ( SE10 ) ( W2 )
X7—Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 2 ( W2 )
X8—Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3 ( SE21 ) ( W2 )
X10—Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A ( SE19 ) ( W1 )
X11—Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B ( SE19 ) ( W1 )
X14—Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1 ( SE10 , SE11 , SE12 , SE13 , SE14 , SE15 ) ( W5 )
X15—Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2 ( SE10 , SE11 , SE12 , SE13 , SE14 , SE15 ) ( W5 )
X17—Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W3 )
X18—Monitor 12-Pin Connector C ( SE6 ) ( W3 )
X19—Monitor 2-Pin Connector G ( SE6 ) ( W3 )
X20—Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 )
X21—Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 )
X22—Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 )
X23—Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W3 )
X24—Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G ( SE4 , SE5 , SE6 ) ( W3 )
X25—Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1 ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
X26—Optional Connector ( SE17 , SE26 , SE28 , SE30 ) ( W1 ) ( W15 ) or ( W75 )
X27—Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1 ( SE20 ) ( W1 )
X28—Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2 ( SE5 , SE6 ) ( W1 )
X29—Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3 ( SE6 , SE7 ) ( W1 )
X30—Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4 ( SE5 ) ( W1 )
X31—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X32—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X33—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X34—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X35—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X36—Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 , SE10 ) ( W1 )
X37—Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Switch Harness Connector (not used) ( W1 )
X39—Cab Harness-to-Window Switch Connector ( SE16 ) ( W1 )
X40—Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector ( SE7 , SE8 , SE9 ) ( W2 ) ( W8 )
X43—Optional Fuse Connector ( W1 ) ( W13 )
X44—Optional Light Connector ( SE17 , SE26 ) ( W1 ) ( W13 )
X45—Option 2 12-Pin Connector (not used) ( W1 )
X46—Attachment Connector ( W2 ) ( W17 )
X47—Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W29 )
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X50—Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W16 )


X51—Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector ( W1 ) ( W41 )
X52—Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector ( SE23 ) ( W1 ) ( W41 )
X53—Heated Air Seat Harness-to-Heated Seat Switch Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER) ( W14 ) ( W24 )
X54—Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER) ( SE26 ) ( W13 )
X55—Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT) ( SE26 ) ( W13 )
X56—Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X57—Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X58—Warning Light Connector (marked WARNING LAMP) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X59—Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMOBI) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X60—12-Volt Power Supply Connector (marked 12V UNIT) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X61—Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X62—Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX_2) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X63—Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX_3) ( SE25 ) ( W13 )
X64—Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector ( SE6 ) ( W2 ) ( W19 )
X65—Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector ( SE6 ) ( W1 ) ( W21 )
X67—Machine Harness Auxiliary Power Connector ( W2 )
X73—Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
X74—Cab Harness-to-Remote Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W10 )
X75—Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W21 )
X76—Cab Harness Connector 1 (not used) ( SE4 ) ( W1 )
X77—Radio Auxiliary Connector ( SE18 ) ( W1 )
X78—Optional Switch ( W1 )
X79—Engine Interface-to-Engine Harness Connector 1 ( W4 ) ( W5 )
X80—Engine Interface-to-Engine Harness Connector 2 ( W4 ) ( W5 )
X81—Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness Connector ( W15 ) ( W22 )
X82—Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness Connector ( W15 ) ( W22 )
X83—Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness Connector ( W1 ) ( W23 )
X86—Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness Connector ( W2 ) ( W26 )
X91—Not Used ( SE7 ) ( W8 )
X90—Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector ( SE4 ) ( W2 )
X97—Pump Harness Splice Connector ( SE8 , SE9 ) ( W8 )
X98—Machine Harness Splice Connector ( W2 )
X99—Cab Ground Splice ( W1 )
X100—Air Conditioner Controller 32-Pin Connector ( W41 )
X135—Pilot Shutoff Harness Splice 1 ( W11 )
X136—Pilot Shutoff Harness Splice 2 ( W11 )
X137—Pilot Shutoff Harness Splice 3 ( W11 )
X160—1356 YEL Splice (later models) ( W5 )
X161—1357 GRN Splice (later models) ( W5 )
X174—Engine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness Connector ( W4 ) ( W5 )
X175—Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector ( SE2 ) ( W27 )
X200—G01 BLK Splice 1 ( W5 )
X201—P01 RED Splice 1 ( W5 )
X202—R02 BLK Splice 1 ( W5 )
X203—M13 LT GRN Splice 1 ( W5 )
X204—M12 YEL Splice 1 ( W5 )
X205—M12 YEL Splice 2 ( W5 )
X206—M13 LT GRN Splice 2 ( W5 )
X207—R02 BLK Splice 2 ( W5 )
X208—M12 YEL Splice 3 ( W5 )
X209—5491 BLK Splice 1 ( W38 )
X210—5496 BLK Splice 2 ( W38
X240—5804 YEL Splice 1 ( W4 )
X241—5805 GRN Splice 1 ( W4 )
X242—5804 YEL Splice 2 ( W4 )
X243—5805 GRN Splice 2 ( W4 )
X244—5804 YEL Splice 3 ( W4 )
X245—5805 GRN Splice 3 ( W4 )
X246—5774 YEL Splice ( W4 )
X247—5441 BRN Splice ( W4 )
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X248—5446 LT BLU Splice ( W4 )


X296—8A PUR Splice ( W38 )
X297—7A BRN Splice ( W38 )
X300—7 RED/BLK Splice ( W41 )
X301—17 RED/BLU Splice ( W41 )
X302—25 BRN/RED Splice ( W41 )
X303—26 BLK Splice ( W41 )
X335—BRN Splice ( W38 )
X336—PUR Splice ( W38 )
X350—5479 WHT Splice ( W4 )
X351—5410 BLK Splice (SHIELD) ( W4 )
X352—5437 PUR Splice ( W4 )
X353—5474 YEL Splice ( W4 )
X354—5414 YEL Splice ( W4 )
X357—5466 LT BLU Splice ( W4 )
X358—5774 YEL Splice ( W4 )
X359—5441 BRN Splice ( W4 )
X360—5446 LT BLU Splice ( W4 )
X361—5804 YEL Splice 1 ( W4 )
X362—5805 DK GRN Splice 3 ( W4 )
X365—5804 YEL Splice 1 ( W4 )
X366—5805 DK GRN Splice 1 ( W4 )
X400—E03 WHT Splice ( W27 )
X401—P21 RED Splice ( W27 )
X534—Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H) ( SE27 , SE29 ) ( W61 ) ( W15 ) or ( W75 )
X535—Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H) ( SE27 , SE29 ) ( W61 ) ( W15 ) or ( W75 )
X536—Right Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked R_GRIP) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
X537—Left Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked L_GRIP) ( SE28 ) ( W75 )
X574—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1 ( SE10 , SE29 ) ( W1 ), ( W75 )
X575—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 2 ( SE10 ) ( W1 )
X577—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector ( SE29 ) (
W75 ), ( W76 )
X5000—Engine Harness-to-Fuel Injector Harness 8-Pin Connector ( W38 )
X5001—Static Ground ( W4 )
X5010—Engine Harness-to-Front Engine Harness 8-Pin Connector ( W4 )
X5014—Engine Harness-to-Air Sensor Harness 6-Pin Connector (dual turbo) (not used) ( W4 )
X5015—Engine Interface Harness-to-Engine Harness 40-Pin Connector 1 ( W4 ) ( W5 )
X5016—Engine Interface Harness-to-Engine Harness 40-Pin Connector 2 ( W4 ) ( W5 )
X5030A—DRAIN ( W5 )
X5808—P01-2 RED Splice ( W5 )
X5809—G01-3 BLK Splice ( W5 )
X5810—PM13-3 LT GRN Splice ( W5 )
X5811—PM12-3 YEL Splice ( W5 )
X5812—PR02-3 BLK Splice ( W5 )
X5813—M13-2 LT GRN Splice ( W5 )
X5814—M12-2 YEL Splice ( W5 )
X5815—R02-2 BLK Splice ( W5 )
X5816—P307 RED Splice ( W5 )
X5817—P01 RED Splice ( W5 )
X5818—G01 BLK Splice 1 ( W5 )
X5819—R02 BLK Splice ( W5 )
X5820—M12 YEL Splice ( W5 )
X5821—M13 LT GRN Splice ( W5 )
X5822—G01 BLK Splice 2 ( W5 )
X5823—5437 PUR Splice ( W5 )
X5824—5474 YEL Splice ( W5 )
X6007—JDLink™ Harness Ground 1 ( SE21 ) ( W4 )
X6014—Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Control Unit 48-Pin Connector ( SE21 ) ( W4 ) ( W6002 )
X6015—Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit 48-Pin Connector ( SE21 ) ( W5 )
X6016—Engine Interface Harness-to-Satellite (SAT) Harness Connector ( SE21 ) ( W5 ) ( W6003 )
X6019— Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector ( SE21 ) ( W5 ) ( W6002 )
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X6022—Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Solenoid Harness Connector (not used) ( W2 )


Y1—Electronic Injector 1 (cylinder 1) ( SE12 ) ( W38 )
Y2—Electronic Injector 2 (cylinder 2) ( SE12 ) ( W38 )
Y3—Electronic Injector 3 (cylinder 3) ( SE12 ) ( W38 )
Y4—Electronic Injector 4 (cylinder 4) ( SE12 ) ( W38 )
Y9—Reversing Fan Solenoid ( SE13 ) ( W5 )
Y10—Pilot Shutoff Solenoid ( SE2 ) ( W1 )
Y11—Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch ( SE22 ) ( W2 )
Y19—Ether Start Aid ( SE14 ) ( W5 )
Y20—Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB) ( SE7 ) ( W8 )
Y21—Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST) ( SE7 ) ( W8 )
Y22—Dig Regenerative Solenoid (marked SF) ( SE7 ) ( W2 )
Y23—Arm Regenerative Solenoid (marked SC) ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
Y24—Power Dig Solenoid (marked SG) ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
Y24—Power Dig/Travel Speed Solenoid (marked SG) ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
Y25—Travel Speed Solenoid (marked SI) ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
Y27—Arm 2 Flow Control Solenoid (marked SD) ( SE8 ) ( W2 )
Y34—Right Solenoid (marked SR/H) ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
Y35—Left Solenoid (marked SL/H) ( SE27 ) ( W61 )
Y40—Selector Valve Solenoid Valve ( SE8 ) ( W17 )
Y41—Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve ( SE9 ) ( W17 )
Y44—Flow Rate Adjustment Solenoid Valve ( SE8 ) ( W17 )
Y61—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A) ( SE30 ) ( W76 )
Y62—Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B) ( SE30 ) ( W76 )
Y66—Secondary Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Valve (marked PiC) ( SE30 ) ( W76 )
Y5005—Variable Speed Fan Solenoid ( SE13 ) ( W5 )
Y5401—Intake Air Throttle ( SE11 , SE12 ) ( W4 )

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System Functional Schematic


System Functional Schematic (S.N. —040754)

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE1—SE3) (1 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G1 Battery
G2 Battery
G3 Alternator
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
K19 Battery Relay
K34 Starter Relay
K35 Starter Protection Relay
M1 Starter Motor
R13 Alternator Resistor
S1 Key Switch
S3 Pilot Shutoff Switch 1
S4 Pilot Shutoff Switch 2
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode
V12 Starter Cut Diode
V44 Starter Relay Diode
V20 Pilot Shutoff Switch Diode
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
Y10 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE4—SE6) (2 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A4 Monitor Controller (DSZ)
A10 Monitor
A12 Rear Camera
B18 Fuel Level Sensor
B27 Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch (if equipped)
E5 Switch Panel Back Light 1
E6 Switch Panel Back Light 2
E7 Switch Panel Back Light 3
E8 Switch Panel Back Light 4
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
H2 Security Alarm
H3 Monitor Warning Alarm
K3 Security Alarm Relay
S10 Work Light Switch
S20 Seat Belt Switch
S21 Blower Motor Speed Switch
S22 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
S23 Radio Volume and Power Switch
S24 Radio Tuning Switch
S25 Monitor Dial
S26 Back Button
S27 Home Button
S40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch (if equipped)
S50 0 Key
S51 1 Key
S52 2 Key
S53 3 Key
S54 4 Key
S55 5 Key
S56 6 Key
S57 7 Key
S58 8 Key
S59 9 Key
S60 Keypad
X2 MPDr 6-Pin Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X18 Monitor 12-Pin Connector C
X19 Monitor 2-Pin Connector G
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X23 Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C
X24 Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector
X76 Cab Harness Connector 1 (not used)
X90 Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE7—SE9) (3 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
B30 Boom Up Pressure Sensor
B31 Arm In Pressure Sensor
B32 Front Attachment Pressure Sensor
B33 Swing Pressure Sensor
B34 Travel Pressure Sensor
B35 Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B36 Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor
B37 Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B38 Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor
B40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
B60 Attachment Pressure Sensor
B61 Arm Out Pressure Sensor
F5 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
H4 Travel Alarm
R15 Engine Speed Dial
S8 Auto-Idle Switch
S11 Travel Speed Switch
S12 Power Mode Button
S13 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
V40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Diode
V41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve Diode
V43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve Diode
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector D
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector E
X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X90 Not Used
X91 Not Used
X97 Pump Harness Splice Connector
Y20 Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB)
Y21 Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST)
Y22 Dig Regenerative Solenoid (marked SF)
Y23 Arm Regenerative Solenoid (marked SC)
Y24 Power Dig Solenoid (marked SG)
Y27 Arm 2 Flow Control Solenoid (marked SD)
Y40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve
Y41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve
Y43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve
Y44 Flow Rate Adjustment Solenoid Valve

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE10—SE12) (4 of 9 (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A1 Engine Control Unit (ECU)
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
B82 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor 2
B5100 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor
B5101 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
B5107 Inlet Fuel Pressure Sensor
B5206 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor
B5208 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
B5209 Fuel Temperature Sensor
B5301 Crankshaft Position Sensor
B5302 Camshaft Position Sensor
B5600 Water-in-Fuel Sensor
M13 High Pressure Fuel Pump
R12 CAN 0 Termination Resistor
S7 Power Dig Switch
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F
Y1 Electronic Injector 1 (cylinder 1)
Y2 Electronic Injector 2 (cylinder 2)
Y3 Electronic Injector 3 (cylinder 3)
Y4 Electronic Injector 4 (cylinder 4)

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE13—SE15) (5 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A1 Engine Control Unit (ECU)
B16 Air Filter Restriction Switch
B53 Fan Speed Sensor
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 30 A Fuse (marked ECU)
S15 Reversing Fan Switch
S5001 Engine Coolant Loss Level Sensor
S5002 Engine Coolant Service Level Sensor
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
Y9 Reversing Fan Solenoid
Y19 Ether Start Aid
Y5005 Variable Speed Fan Solenoid

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130G Functional Schematic (SE16—SE18) (6 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A6 Radio
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
B25 Right Speaker
B26 Left Speaker
E1 Work Light
E2 Boom Light
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F6 12-Volt Power Outlet 10 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector One 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)
F62 Wiper Motor Assembly Circuit Breaker
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
M5 Windshield Wiper Motor
M6 Windshield Washer Motor
R9 Lighter
S28 Window Switch
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
W60 Radio Antenna
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1
X26 Optional Connector
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector

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130G Functional Schematic (SE19—SE21) (7 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A5 Data Converter
A11 Machine Controller (BCZ)
A6000 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Controller (if equipped)
A6001 GPS/Cellular Antenna
A6002 Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit (if equipped)
A6003 Satellite (SAT) Antenna
E3 Cab Dome Light
E9 Key Switch Light
E10 Switch Panel Back Light 5
F6000 JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse
F6001 JDLink™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002 JDLink™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
R11 Interface CAN Resistor 2 (later models)
S2 Cab Dome Light Switch
S9 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
S14 Door Switch
V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X6007 JDLink™ Harness Ground 1
X6014 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Control Unit 48-Pin Connector
X6015 Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit 48-Pin Connector
X6016 Engine Interface Harness-to-Satellite (SAT) Harness
X6019 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE22—SE24) (8 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A7 Air Conditioner Controller (ACF)
B20 Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch
B21 Solar Sensor
B22 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor
B23 High Note Horn
B24 Low Note Horn
B41 Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch
B55 Air Recirculation Sensor
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
K10 Horn Relay
K15 Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay
K17 Max Hi Relay
K18 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay
M7 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Motor
M9 Air Conditioner and Heater Internal and External Servomotor
M10 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor
M11 Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor
R16 Blower Motor Transistor
R17 Blower Motor Resistor
S5 Horn Switch
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
Y11 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch

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130G System Functional Schematic (SE25—SE27) (9 of 9) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
B80 Seat Temperature Switch 1
B81 Seat Temperature Switch 2
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 12-Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT)
F25 IMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F26 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F27 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX. 3)
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX. 2)
K20 Seat Heater Relay
K30 Right Solenoid Relay B
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A
M12 Seat Air Compressor Motor
R18 Seat Heater (marked SEAT HEATER)
S30 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked A)
S32 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S33 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked A)
S34 Right Enable Switch
S35 Left Enable Switch
S61 Seat Compressor Switch
S62 Seat Heater Switch
V30 Right Solenoid Diode B
V31 Right Solenoid Diode A
V32 Left Solenoid Diode B
V33 Left Solenoid Diode A
X26 Optional Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X55 Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
X56 Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT+2)
X57 Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
X58 Warning Light Connector (marked WARNING LAMP)
X59 Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMOBI)
X60 12-Volt Power Supply Connector (marked 12V UNIT)
X61 Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH)
X62 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX_2)
X63 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX_3)
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
Y34 Right Solenoid (marked SR/H)
Y35 Left Solenoid (marked SL/H)

System Functional Schematic (S.N. 040755— )

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System Functional Schematic (SE1—SE3) (1 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G1 Battery
G2 Battery
G3 Alternator
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
K19 Battery Relay
K34 Starter Relay
K35 Starter Protection Relay
M1 Starter Motor
R13 Alternator Resistor
S1 Key Switch
S3 Pilot Shutoff Switch 1
S4 Pilot Shutoff Switch 2
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode
V12 Starter Cut Diode
V44 Starter Relay Diode
V20 Pilot Shutoff Switch Diode
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
Y10 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid

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System Functional Schematic (SE4—SE6) (2 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A4 Monitor Controller (DSZ)
A10 Monitor
A12 Rear Camera
B18 Fuel Level Sensor
B27 Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch (if equipped)
E5 Switch Panel Back Light 1
E6 Switch Panel Back Light 2
E7 Switch Panel Back Light 3
E8 Switch Panel Back Light 4
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
H2 Security Alarm
H3 Monitor Warning Alarm
K3 Security Alarm Relay
S10 Work Light Switch
S20 Seat Belt Switch
S21 Blower Motor Speed Switch
S22 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
S23 Radio Volume and Power Switch
S24 Radio Tuning Switch
S25 Monitor Dial
S26 Back Button
S27 Home Button
S40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch (if equipped)
S50 0 Key
S51 1 Key
S52 2 Key
S53 3 Key
S54 4 Key
S55 5 Key
S56 6 Key
S57 7 Key
S58 8 Key
S59 9 Key
S60 Keypad
X2 MPDr 6-Pin Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X18 Monitor 12-Pin Connector C
X19 Monitor 2-Pin Connector G
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X23 Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C
X24 Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector
X76 Cab Harness Connector 1 (not used)
X90 Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector

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System Functional Schematic (SE7—SE9) (3 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
B30 Boom Up Pressure Sensor
B31 Arm In Pressure Sensor
B32 Front Attachment Pressure Sensor
B33 Swing Pressure Sensor
B34 Travel Pressure Sensor
B35 Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B36 Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor
B37 Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B38 Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor
B40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
B60 Attachment Pressure Sensor
B61 Arm Out Pressure Sensor
F5 Optional and Attachment Connector 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
F11 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked TRAVEL ALARM)
H4 Travel Alarm
R15 Engine Speed Dial
S8 Auto-Idle Switch
S11 Travel Speed Switch
S12 Power Mode Button
S13 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
V40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Diode
V41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve Diode
V43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve Diode
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F
X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X90 Not Used
X91 Not Used
X97 Pump Harness Splice Connector
Y20 Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB)
Y21 Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST)
Y22 Dig Regenerative Solenoid (marked SF)
Y23 Arm Regenerative Solenoid (marked SC)
Y24 Power Dig/Travel Speed Solenoid (marked SG)
Y27 Arm 2 Flow Control Solenoid (marked SD)
Y40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve
Y41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve
Y43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve
Y44 Flow Rate Adjustment Solenoid Valve

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System Functional Schematic (SE10—SE12) (4 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A1 Engine Control Unit (ECU)
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
B82 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor 2
B5100 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor
B5101 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
B5107 Inlet Fuel Pressure Sensor
B5206 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor
B5208 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
B5209 Fuel Temperature Sensor
B5301 Crankshaft Position Sensor
B5302 Camshaft Position Sensor
B5600 Water-in-Fuel Sensor
M13 High Pressure Fuel Pump
R12 CAN 0 Termination Resistor
S7 Power Dig Switch
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X575 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 2
Y1 Electronic Injector 1 (cylinder 1)
Y2 Electronic Injector 2 (cylinder 2)
Y3 Electronic Injector 3 (cylinder 3)
Y4 Electronic Injector 4 (cylinder 4)

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System Functional Schematic (SE13—SE15) (5 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A1 Engine Control Unit (ECU)
B16 Air Filter Restriction Switch
B53 Fan Speed Sensor
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU)
S15 Reversing Fan Switch
S5001 Engine Coolant Loss Level Sensor
S5002 Engine Coolant Service Level Sensor
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
Y9 Reversing Fan Solenoid
Y19 Ether Start Aid
Y5005 Variable Speed Fan Solenoid

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System Functional Schematic (SE16—SE18) (6 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A6 Radio
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
B25 Right Speaker
B26 Left Speaker
E1 Work Light
E2 Boom Light
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F6 12-Volt Power Outlet 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector One 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)
F62 Wiper Motor Assembly Circuit Breaker
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
M5 Windshield Wiper Motor
M6 Windshield Washer Motor
R9 Lighter
S28 Window Switch
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
W60 Radio Antenna
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1
X26 Optional Connector
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector

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System Functional Schematic (SE19—SE21) (7 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A5 Data Converter
A11 Machine Controller (BCZ)
A6000 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Controller (if equipped)
A6001 GPS/Cellular Antenna
A6002 Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit (if equipped)
A6003 Satellite (SAT) Antenna
E3 Cab Dome Light
E9 Key Switch Light
E10 Switch Panel Back Light 5
F6000 JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse
F6001 JDLink™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002 JDLink™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
R11 Interface CAN Resistor 2 (later models)
S2 Cab Dome Light Switch
S9 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
S14 Door Switch
V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X6007 JDLink™ Harness Ground 1
X6014 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Control Unit 48-Pin Connector
X6015 Satellite (SAT) Module Control Unit 48-Pin Connector
X6016 Engine Interface Harness-to-Satellite (SAT) Harness
X6019 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector

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System Functional Schematic (SE22—SE24) (8 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A7 Air Conditioner Controller (ACF)
B20 Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch
B21 Solar Sensor
B22 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor
B23 High Note Horn
B24 Low Note Horn
B41 Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch
B55 Air Recirculation Sensor
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
K10 Horn Relay
K15 Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay
K17 Max-Hi Relay
K18 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay
M7 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Motor
M9 Air Conditioner and Heater Internal and External Servo Motor
M10 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servo Motor
M11 Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servo Motor
R16 Blower Motor Transistor
R17 Blower Motor Resistor
S5 Horn Switch
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
Y11 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch

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System Functional Schematic (SE25—SE27) (9 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
B80 Seat Temperature Switch 1
B81 Seat Temperature Switch 2
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 IMMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F25 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F26 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX_3)
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX_2)
K20 Seat Heater Relay
K30 Right Solenoid Relay B
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A
M12 Seat Air Compressor Motor
R18 Seat Heater (marked SEAT HEATER)
S30 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C)
S32 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S33 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C)
S34 Right Enable Switch
S35 Left Enable Switch
S61 Seat Compressor Switch
S62 Seat Heater Switch
V30 Right Solenoid Diode B
V31 Right Solenoid Diode A
V32 Left Solenoid Diode B
V33 Left Solenoid Diode A
X26 Optional Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X55 Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
X56 Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
X57 Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
X58 Warning Light Connector (marked WARNING LAMP)
X59 Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMOBI)
X61 Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH)
X62 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX_2)
X63 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX_3)
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
Y34 Right Solenoid (marked SR/H)
Y35 Left Solenoid (marked SL/H)

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System Functional Schematic (SE28—SE30) (10 of 10) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
B68 Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
B85 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1)
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A
S7 Power Dig Switch
S29 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch
S34 Right Enable Switch
S35 Left Enable Switch
S45 Auxiliary Function Enable Switch (marked AFL_SW)
V22 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Diode
X26 Optional Connector
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
X536 Right Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked R_GRIP)
X537 Left Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked L_GRIP)
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X577 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector
Y61 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A)
Y62 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B)
Y66 Secondary Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Valve (marked PiC)

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Cab Harness (W1) Component Location

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Cab Harness (W1) Component Location (S.N. —040754)

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Cab Harness (W1) Component Location (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
A4 Monitor Controller (DSZ)
A5 Data Converter
A6 Radio
A7 Air Conditioner Controller (ACF)
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
A11 Machine Controller (BCZ)
E3 Cab Dome Light
F50 Fuse Box
F51 Auxiliary Fuse Box
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
H2 Security Alarm
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
K15 Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay
K17 Max Hi Relay
K18 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay
R9 Lighter
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
R15 Engine Speed Dial
S1 Key Switch
S5 Horn Switch
S7 Power Dig Switch
S8 Auto-Idle Switch
S9 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
S10 Work Light Switch
S11 Travel Speed Switch
S12 Power Mode Button
S13 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
S14 Door Switch
S15 Reversing Fan Switch
S16 Exhaust Filter Parked Cleaning Switch
S18 Service ADVISOR ™ Remote (SAR) Switch
S20 Seat Belt Switch
S21 Blower Motor Speed Switch
S22 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
S23 Radio Volume and Power Switch
S24 Radio Tuning Switch
S25 Monitor Dial
S26 Back Button
S27 Home Button
S34 Right Enable Switch
S60 Keypad
S62 Seat Heater Switch
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode

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V12 Starter Cut Diode


V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
W1 Cab Harness
W9 Exhaust Filter Parked Cleaning Switch Harness
W10 Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness
W16 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness
W22 Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
W23 Reversing Fan Switch Harness
W24 Seat Heater Switch Harness
W29 Starter Switch Harness
W35 Cab Harness Ground 1
W36 Cab Harness Ground 2
W37 Cab Harness Ground 3
X2 MPDr 6-Pin Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X17 Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness Connector
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector
X26 Optional Connector
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector D
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector E
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch
X43 Optional Fuse Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X45 Option 2 12-Pin Connector (not used)
X47 Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector
X50 Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
X53 Heated Air Seat Harness-to-Heated Seat Switch Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers
X74 Cab Harness-to-Remote Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
X76 Cab Harness Connector 1 (not used)
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector
X78 Optional Switch
X83 Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness
X99 Cab Ground Splice

Cab Harness (W1) Component Location (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
A3 Main Controller (MCZ)
A4 Monitor Controller (DSZ)
A5 Data Converter
A6 Radio
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
A11 Machine Controller (BCZ)
E3 Cab Dome Light
F50 Fuse Box
F51 Fuse Box 2
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
H2 Security Alarm
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
R9 Lighter
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
R15 Engine Speed Dial
S1 Key Switch
S5 Horn Switch
S7 Power Dig Switch
S8 Auto-Idle Switch
S9 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
S10 Work Light Switch
S11 Travel Speed Switch
S12 Power Mode Button
S13 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
S14 Door Switch
S15 Reversing Fan Switch
S16 Exhaust Filter Parked Cleaning Switch
S18 Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch
S21 Blower Motor Speed Switch
S22 Temperature Control/Mode Switch
S23 Radio Volume and Power Switch
S24 Radio Tuning Switch
S25 Monitor Dial
S26 Back Button
S27 Home Button
S34 Right Enable Switch
S60 Keypad
S62 Seat Heater Switch
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode
V12 Starter Cut Diode
V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
W1 Cab Harness
W3 Monitor Harness

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W9 Exhaust Filter Parked Cleaning Switch Harness


W10 Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness
W16 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness
W22 Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
W23 Reversing Fan Switch Harness
W24 Seat Heater Switch Harness
W29 Starter Switch Harness
W35 Cab Harness Ground 1
W36 Cab Harness Ground 2
W37 Cab Harness Ground 3
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X2 WinDr 6-Pin Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X17 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X23 Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C
X24 Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1 (marked AUX+/-)
X26 Optional Connector
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F
X37 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Switch Harness Connector
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch
X42 CAN 1 Connector
X45 Option 2 12-Pin Connector (not used)
X47 Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector
X50 Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
X54 Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X55 Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
X56 Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT+2)
X57 Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
X58 Warning Light Connector (marked WARNING LAMP)
X59 Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMMOBI)
X61 Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH)
X62 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX. 2)
X63 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX. 3)
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector
X74 Cab Harness-to-Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness (marked SDV-SW)
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
X76 Cab Harness Connector 1 (marked HMST, not used)
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector
X78 Optional Switch
X81 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness Connector
X83 Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness (marked VSF-SW)
X99 Cab Ground Splice
X573 Exhaust Solenoid Harness Connector (not used)
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X575 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 2

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (S.N. —040754)

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (1 of 4) (S.N. —040754)

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (2 of 4) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 2
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
S7 Power Dig Switch
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
W35 Cab Harness Ground 1
W36 Cab Harness Ground 2
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X17 Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness Connector
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X37 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Switch Harness Connector
X47 Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector
X74 Cab Harness-to- Service ADVISOR ™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness Connector
X76 Cab Harness Connector (not used)
X78 Optional Switch

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (3 of 4) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 1
2 Continued on Sheet 3
A5 Data Converter
E3 Cab Dome Light
H2 Security Alarm
K15 Air Conditioner Blower Motor Relay
K17 Max Hi Relay
K18 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch Relay
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode
V12 Starter Cut Diode
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector D
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector E
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector
X99 Cab Ground Splice

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (4 of 4) (S.N. —040754)

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LEGEND:
2 Continued on Sheet 2
A6 Radio
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F5 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F6 12-Volt Power Outlet 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 30 A Fuse (marked ECU)
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
F11 Not Used
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 1 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F16 Start Aid 20 A Fuse (marked START AID)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)
F50 Fuse Box
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
R9 Lighter
S5 Horn Switch
S14 Door Switch
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
W37 Cab Harness Ground 3
X2 MPDr 6-Pin Connector
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1
X26 Optional Connector
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch Connector
X43 Optional Fuse Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X45 Option 2 12-Pin Connector (not used)
X50 Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector
X83 Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness Connector

Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (S.N. 040755— )

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (2 of 5) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on sheet 3
A6 Radio
A8 12-Volt Power Converter
F1 Work and Boom Lights 20 A Fuse (marked LAMP)
F2 Windshield Wiper and Washer 10 A Fuse (marked WIPER)
F3 Air Conditioner and Heater 20 A Fuse (marked HEATER)
F4 Solenoid 20 A Fuse (marked SOLENOID)
F5 Optional and Attachment Connector 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 1 ALT)
F6 Optional Connector and Reversing Fan 20 A Fuse (marked OPT. 2 ALT)
F7 Start Position Signal 5 A Fuse (marked START)
F8 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P1)
F9 Radio Backup 10 A Fuse (marked BACK UP)
F10 Data Converter and Main Controller Battery Power 5 A Fuse (marked CONTROLLER)
F11 Travel Alarm 5 A Fuse (marked TRAVEL ALARM)
F12 Radio and Dome 5 A Fuse (marked RADIO)
F13 Lighter 10 A Fuse (marked LIGHTER)
F14 Monitor 5 A Fuse (marked MONITOR)
F15 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 1 10 A Fuse (marked AUX)
F16 12-Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT)
F17 Power On 5 A Fuse (marked POWER ON)
F18 Idle Stop 5 A Fuse (marked IDLE STOP)
F19 Horn 10 A Fuse (marked HORN)
F20 Optional Equipment 5 A Fuse (marked OPT. 3 BATT)
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light 1 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 IMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F25 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F26 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 5 A Fuse (marked AUX. 3)
F27 Not Used
F28 Not Used
F29 Not Used
F30 Not Used
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light 2 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 10 A Fuse (marked AUX. 2)
F35 Service Advisor Diagnostic Connector 5 A Fuse (marked DIAG)
F36 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P2, not used)
F37 Engine Control Unit (ECU) 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P3, not used)
F38 Fuel Transfer Pump/Controllers 20 A Fuse (marked ECU P4, not used)
F39 Not Used
F40 Not Used
F50 Fuse Box
F51 Fuse Box 2
G5 12-Volt Power Outlet
R9 Lighter
S5 Horn Switch
S14 Door Switch
V6 Auxiliary Power Connector Diode
W37 Cab Harness Ground 3
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X2 WinDr. 6-Pin Connector
X25 Cab Harness Auxiliary Power Connector 1 (marked AUX+/-)
X26 Optional Connector
X34 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 30-Pin Connector D
X35 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector E
X36 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 26-Pin Connector F
X39 Cab Harness-to-Window Switch Connector
X45 Option 2 12-Pin Connector (not used)
X50 Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X55 Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
X56 Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT+2)
X57 Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
X58 Warning Light Connector (marked WARNING LAMP)

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X59 Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMMOBI)


X61 Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH)
X62 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX 2)
X63 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX 3)
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
X77 Radio Auxiliary Connector
X83 Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness Connector (marked VSF-SW)

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (3 of 5) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on sheet 2
2 Continued on sheet 4
A5 Information Controller (ICF)
E3 Cab Dome Light
H2 Security Alarm
R10 Interface CAN Resistor 1
V2 Alternator Excitation Diode
V3 Load Dump Relay Diode
V5 Starter Cut Relay Diode
V9 Pilot Shutoff Diode
V11 Accessory Cut Diode
V12 Starter Cut Diode
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X31 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 31-Pin Connector A
X32 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 24-Pin Connector B
X33 Cab Harness-to-Main Controller 17-Pin Connector C
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
X73 Cab Harness-to-Speakers Connector
X99 Cab Ground Splice
X573 Exhaust Solenoid Harness Connector (not used)

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (4 of 5) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
2 Continued on sheet 3
3 Continued on sheet 5
K1 Load Dump Relay
K2 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Relay
K3 Security Alarm Relay
K4 Starter Cut Relay
K5 Security Relay
K6 Windshield Wiper Relay
K7 Work Light Relay
K8 Boom Light Relay
K9 Windshield Washer Relay
K10 Horn Relay
K11 Idle Stop Relay
K12 Accessory Cut Relay
K13 Key Cut Relay
V1 Battery Relay Diode
V4 Security Diode
V7 Start Relay Diode
V8 Air Conditioner Clutch Diode
V10 Starter Protection Diode
V13 Work Light 1 Diode
V14 Work Light 2 Diode
W36 Cab Harness Ground 2
X10 Machine Controller 8-Pin Connector A
X11 Machine Controller 20-Pin Connector B
X17 Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness Connector
X42 CAN 1 Connector
X78 Optional Switch
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X575 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 2

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Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram (5 of 5) (S.N. 040755— )

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LEGEND:
3 Continued on sheet 4
S7 Power Dig Switch
W35 Cab Harness Ground 1
X20 Monitor Controller 28-Pin Connector A
X21 Monitor Controller 36-Pin Connector B
X22 Monitor Controller 16-Pin Connector D
X27 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 1
X28 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 2
X29 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 3
X30 Cab Harness-to-Switch Panel Connector 4
X37 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Switch Harness Connector
X47 Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector
X74 Cab Harness-to- Service ADVISOR ™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness Connector (marked SDV-SW)
X76 Cab Harness Connector 1 (marked HMST, not used)

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Machine Harness (W2) Component Location

IMPORTANT:

Avoid connector damage. Do not install connector with impact wrench or power tools. Over torquing will
result in permanent damage to connector. Torque only to specification.

Item Measurement Specification

100-Pin Connector (X3) Torque 10 N·m

89 lb.-in.

Machine Harness (W2) Component Location (1 of 2)

LEGEND:
B18 Fuel Level Sensor
B20 Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch
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B22 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor


B23 High Note Horn
B24 Low Note Horn
B27 Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Switch (if equipped)
B30 Boom Up Pressure Sensor
B31 Arm In Pressure Sensor
B32 Front Attachment Pressure Sensor
B33 Swing Pressure Sensor
B34 Travel Pressure Sensor
B40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
E1 Work Light
E2 Boom Light
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G3 Alternator
K19 Battery Relay
K34 Starter Relay
M1 Starter Motor
S40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch (if equipped)
V44 Starter Relay Diode
W2 Machine Harness
W27 Starter Harness
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X5 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1
X6 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector
X7 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 2
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X46 Attachment Connector
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector
X67 Machine Harness Auxiliary Power Connector
X86 Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness Connector
X90 Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector
X98 Machine Harness Splice Connector
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
X6022 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Solenoid Harness
Y11 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch
Y22 Dig Regenerative Solenoid (marked SF)
Y23 Arm Regenerative Solenoid (marked SC)
Y24 Power Dig Solenoid (marked SG)
Y27 Arm 2 Flow Control Solenoid (marked SD)

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Machine Harness (W2) Component Location (2 of 2)

LEGEND:
B18 Fuel Level Sensor
B20 Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch
B22 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor
B30 Boom Up Pressure Sensor
B31 Arm In Pressure Sensor
B32 Front Attachment Pressure Sensor
B33 Swing Pressure Sensor
B34 Travel Pressure Sensor
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G3 Alternator
K34 Starter Relay
M1 Starter Motor
M6 Windshield Washer Motor
R13 Alternator Resistor
W2 Machine Harness
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W27 Starter Harness


X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X5 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1
X6 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector
X7 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 2
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X19 Monitor 2-Pin Connector G
X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X46 Attachment Connector
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector
X86 Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness Connector
X90 Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector
X98 Machine Harness Splice Connector
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
X6022 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Solenoid Harness
Y11 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch

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Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram

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Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram (1 of 2)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 2
B18 Fuel Level Sensor
B23 High Note Horn
B24 Low Note Horn
B30 Boom Up Pressure Sensor
B31 Arm In Pressure Sensor
B32 Front Attachment Pressure Sensor
B33 Swing Pressure Sensor
B34 Travel Pressure Sensor
B40 Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
E1 Work Light
E2 Boom Light
X46 Attachment Connector
X67 Machine Harness Auxiliary Power Connector
X90 Machine Harness-to-Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Connector
X98 Machine Harness Splice Connector
Y22 Dig Regenerative Solenoid (marked SF)
Y23 Arm Regenerative Solenoid (marked SC)
Y24 Power Dig Solenoid (marked SG)
Y27 Arm 2 Flow Control Solenoid (marked SD)

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Machine Harness (W2) Wiring Diagram (2 of 2)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 1
B20 Air Conditioner High/Low Pressure Switch
B22 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor
F60 Alternator 65 A Fuse
F61 Battery 45 A Fuse
G3 Alternator
K19 Battery Relay
M6 Windshield Washer Motor
R13 Alternator Resistor
X1 Service ADVISOR ™ Diagnostic Connector
X3 Cab Harness-to-Machine Harness 100-Pin Connector
X5 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1
X6 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector
X7 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 2
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector
X86 Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
X6022 Cab Harness-to-Exhaust Filter Solenoid Harness (not used)
Y11 Air Conditioner Compressor Clutch

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Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location

Monitor Harness (W3) Component Location

LEGEND:
A4 Monitor Controller (DSZ)
A10 Monitor
B21 Solar Sensor
H3 Monitor Warning Alarm
W1 Cab Harness
W3 Monitor Harness
X17 Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness
X18 Monitor 12-Pin Connector C
X19 Monitor 2-Pin Connector G
X23 Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C
X24 Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G

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Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram

Monitor Harness (W3) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
B21 Solar Sensor
H3 Monitor Warning Alarm
X17 Cab Harness-to-Monitor Harness

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X18 Monitor 12-Pin Connector C


X19 Monitor 2-Pin Connector G
X23 Monitor Controller 12-Pin Connector C
X24 Monitor Controller 2-Pin Connector G

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Engine Harness (W4) Component Location

Engine Harness (W4) Component Location (right side)

LEGEND:
A1 Engine Control Unit (ECU)
B5206 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor
M1 Starter Motor

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R12 CAN 0 Termination Resistor


W4 Engine Harness
W30 Static Ground
W38 Fuel Injector Harness
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
X174 Engine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness Connector
X5000 Engine Harness-to-Fuel Injector Harness 8-Pin Connector
Y1 Electronic Injector 1 (cylinder 1)
Y2 Electronic Injector 2 (cylinder 2)
Y3 Electronic Injector 3 (cylinder 3)
Y4 Electronic Injector 4 (cylinder 4)

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Engine Harness (W4) Component Location (left side)

LEGEND:
B5100 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor
B5101 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
B5208 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
B5209 Fuel Temperature Sensor
B5301 Crankshaft Position Sensor

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B5302 Camshaft Position Sensor


M13 High Pressure Fuel Pump
W4 Engine Harness

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Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram

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Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram (1 of 2)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 2
M1 Starter Motor
R12 CAN 0 Termination Resistor
W30 Static Ground
X14 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 1
X15 Engine Control Unit (ECU)-to-Engine Harness Connector 2
X174 Engine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness Connector
X240 G01 BLK Splice 1
X241 G04 BLK Splice 2
X242 P99 RED Splice 1
X243 P01 RED Splice 2
X244 R02 BLK Splice 3
X245 M13 GRN Splice 1
X246 M12 YEL Splice 1
X247 R92 BLK Splice 4
X248 5446 LT BLU Splice

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Engine Harness (W4) Wiring Diagram (2 of 2)

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LEGEND:
1 Continued on Sheet 1
B5100 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor
B5101 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
B5206 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor
B5208 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
B5209 Fuel Temperature Sensor
B5301 Crankshaft Position Sensor
B5302 Camshaft Position Sensor
M13 High Pressure Fuel Pump
X5000 Engine Harness-to-Fuel Injector Harness 8-Pin Connector

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Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location

Engine Interface Harness (W5) Component Location

LEGEND:
B16 Air Filter Restriction Switch
B53 Fan Speed Sensor
B82 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor 2
B5107 Inlet Fuel Pressure Sensor
B5600 Water-in-Fuel Sensor
F6000 JDLink ™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse
F6001 JDLink™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002 JDLink™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse
R11 Interface CAN Resistor 2 (later models)
S5001 Engine Coolant Loss Level Sensor
S5002 Engine Coolant Service Level Sensor
W5 Engine Interface Harness
W43 Engine Interface Harness Ground
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X5 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1


X6 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector 2
X7 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X174 Engine Harness to Engine Interface Harness Connector
X6016 Engine Interface Harness-to-Satellite (SAT) Harness
X6019 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector
Y9 Reversing Fan Solenoid
Y19 Ether Start Aid
Y5005 Variable Speed Fan

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Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram

Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram (1 of 2)

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Engine Interface Harness (W5) Wiring Diagram (2 of 2)

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LEGEND:
B16 Air Filter Restriction Switch
B53 Fan Speed Sensor
B82 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor 2
B5107 Inlet Fuel Pressure Sensor
B5600 Water-in-Fuel Sensor
F6000 JDLink™ Unswitched Power 7.5 A Fuse
F6001 JDLink ™ Ground 7.5 A Fuse
F6002 JDLink™ Switched Power 7.5 A Fuse
R11 Interface CAN Resistor 2 (later models)
S5001 Engine Coolant Loss Level Sensor
S5002 Engine Coolant Service Level Sensor
X5 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 1
X6 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 1-Pin Connector
X7 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 2
X8 Machine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness 8-Pin Connector 3
X160 1356 YEL Splice
X161 1357 GRN Splice
X174 Engine Harness-to-Engine Interface Harness Connector
X200 M12A YEL Splice
X201 M13A GRN Splice
X202 R02A BLK Splice 1
X203 P01A RED Splice 1
X204 G01A BLK Splice 2
X205 P01B RED Splice 2
X206 P307 RED Splice 3
X207 G01B BLK Splice 3
X208 R99A BLK Splice 4
X6016 Engine Interface Harness-to-Satellite (SAT) Connector
X6019 Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Connector
Y9 Reversing Fan Solenoid
Y19 Ether Start Aid
Y5005 Variable Speed Fan Solenoid

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Pump Harness (W8) Component Location

Pump Harness (W8) Component Location (1 of 2)

LEGEND:
B36 Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor
B38 Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor
W8 Pump Harness

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X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector


X97 Pump Harness Splice Connector
Y20 Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB)
Y21 Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST)

Pump Harness (W8) Component Location (2 of 2)

LEGEND:
B35 Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor

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B36 Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor


B37 Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B38 Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor
W8 Pump Harness
Y20 Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB)
Y21 Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST)

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Pump Harness (W8) Wiring Diagram

Pump Harness (W8) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
B35 Pump 1 Delivery Pressure Sensor
B36 Pump 1 Control Pressure Sensor
B37 Pump 2 Delivery Pressure Sensor

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B38 Pump 2 Control Pressure Sensor


X40 Pump Harness-to-Machine Harness Connector
X97 Pump Harness Splice Connector
Y20 Pump 2 Flow Rate Limit Solenoid (marked SB)
Y21 Torque Control Solenoid (marked ST)
Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Harness (W10) Component Location
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015.)

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Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Harness (W10) Wiring Diagram

Service ADVISOR ™ Remote (SAR) Harness (W10) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S18 Service Advisor™ Remote (SAR) Switch
X74 Cab Harness-to-Service ADVISOR™ Remote (SAR) Switch Harness

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Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Component Location

Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Component Location

LEGEND:
S3 Pilot Shutoff Switch 1
S4 Pilot Shutoff Switch 2
V20 Pilot Shutoff Switch Diode
W11 Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector

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Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Wiring Diagram

Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness (W11) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
S3 Pilot Shutoff Switch 1
S4 Pilot Shutoff Switch 2
V20 Pilot Shutoff Switch Diode
X65 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Switch Harness Connector
X135 Pilot Shutoff Harness Splice 1
X136 Pilot Shutoff Harness Splice 2
X137 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Component Location
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015.)

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Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Wiring Diagram


Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Wiring Diagram (S.N. —040754)

Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
F21 Heated Air Seat 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT HEATER)
F22 Front Cab Light One 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
F23 Rear Cab Light 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
F24 12 Volt Power Unit 10 A Fuse (marked 12V UNIT)
F25 IMOBI 5 A Fuse (marked IMOBI)
F26 Quick Hitch 5 A Fuse (marked QUICK HITCH)
F27 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector Three 5 A Fuse (marked AUX. 3)
F31 Seat Compressor 10 A Fuse (marked SEAT COMPR)
F32 Front Cab Light Two 10 A Fuse (marked CAB LAMP FRONT +2)
F33 Warning Lamp 10 A Fuse (marked WARNING LAMP)
F34 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector Two 10 A Fuse (marked AUX. 2)
F51 Auxiliary Fuse Box
X43 Optional Fuse Connector
X44 Optional Light Connector
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Sear Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X55 Front Cab Light 1 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT)
X56 Front Cab Light 2 Connector (marked CAB LAMP FRONT+2)
X57 Rear Cab Light Connector (marked CAB LAMP REAR)
X58 Warning Light (marked WARNING LAMP)
X59 Satellite Communication Connector (marked IMOBI)
X60 12 Volt Power Supply (marked 12V UNIT)
X61 Quick Hitch Connector (marked QUICK HITCH)
X62 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 2 (marked AUX_2)
X63 Cab Auxiliary Power Connector 3 (marked AUX_3)

Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness (W13) Wiring Diagram (S.N. 040755— )

See Cab Harness (W1) Wiring Diagram . (Group 9015-15.)

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Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Component Location

Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Component Location

LEGEND:
K20 Seat Heater Relay
M12 Seat Air Compressor
R18 Seat Heater (marked SEAT HEATER)

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S62 Seat Heater Switch


W14 Heated Air Seat Harness
W24 Seat Heater Switch Harness
X53 Heated Air Seat Harness-to-Heated Seat Switch Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Sear Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)

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Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Wiring Diagram

Seat Heater Switch Harness (W14) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
K20 Seat Heater Relay
M12 Seat Air Compressor Motor
R18 Seat Heater (marked SEAT HEATER)
X53 Heated Air Seat Harness-to-Heated Seat Switch Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)
X54 Auxiliary Fuse Box Harness-to-Heated Air Seat Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)

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Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Component Location

Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Component Location

LEGEND:
K30 Right Solenoid Relay B
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B

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K33 Left Solenoid Relay A


S30 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C)
S32 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S33 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C)
S34 Right Enable Switch
S35 Left Enable Switch
W15 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness
W22 Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X26 Optional Connector (2 used)
X81 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X82 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)

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Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Wiring Diagram

Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
K30 Right Solenoid Relay B
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A
S30 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked A)
S32 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S33 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked A)
X26 Optional Connector
X81 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X82 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid (marked SR/H) Connector
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid (marked SL/H) Connector
Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness (W16) Component Location
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness (W16) Wiring Diagram

Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness (W16) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S13 Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
X50 Cab Harness-to-Travel Alarm Cancel Switch Harness Connector

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Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location

Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location

LEGEND:
B60 Attachment Pressure Sensor
B61 Arm Out Pressure Sensor
V40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Diode

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V41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve Diode


V43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve Diode
W17 Attachment Harness
W32 2-Speed Harness
X46 Attachment Connector
X87 Attachment Harness-to-Two Speed Harness Connector
Y40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve
Y41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve
Y43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve
Y44 Flow Rate Adjustment Solenoid Valve

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Attachment Harness (W17) Wiring Diagram

Attachment Harness (W17) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
B60 Attachment Pressure Sensor
V40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve Diode
V41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve Diode
X46 Attachment Connector
X87 Attachment Harness-to-Two Speed Harness Connector
Y40 Selector Valve Solenoid Valve
Y41 Secondary Relief Solenoid Valve

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Rear Camera Harness (W19) Component Location

Rear Camera Harness (W19)

LEGEND:
A12 Rear Camera
W19 Camera Harness
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector

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Rear Camera Harness (W19) Wiring Diagram

Rear Camera Harness (W19) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
A12 Rear Camera
X64 Machine Harness-to-Rear Camera Harness Connector

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Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Component Location

Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Component Location

LEGEND:
W21 Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
Y10 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid

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Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Wiring Diagram

Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness (W21) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
X75 Cab Harness-to-Pilot Shutoff Valve Harness Connector
Y10 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid
Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness (W22) Component Location
See Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness (W15) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness (W22) Wiring Diagram

Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness (W22) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S34 Right Enable Switch
S35 Left Enable Switch
X81 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
X82 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness-to-Auxiliary 3-Button Cancel Switch Harness
Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Component Location
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015.)

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Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Wiring Diagram

Reversing Fan Switch Harness (W23) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S15 Reversing Fan Switch
X83 Cab Harness-to-Reversing Fan Switch Harness
Seat Heater Switch Harness (W24) Component Location
See Heated Air Seat Harness (W14) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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Seat Heater Switch Harness (W24) Wiring Diagram

Seat Heater Switch Harness (W24) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S62 Seat Heater Switch
X53 Heated Air Seat Harness-to-Heated Seat Switch Harness 3-Pin Connector (marked SEAT HEATER)

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Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Component Location

Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Component Location

LEGEND:
H4 Travel Alarm
W2 Machine Harness
W26 Travel Alarm Harness
X86 Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness

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Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Wiring Diagram

Travel Alarm Harness (W26) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
H4 Travel Alarm
X86 Machine Harness-to-Travel Alarm Harness

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Starter Harness (W27) Component Location

Starter Harness (W27) Component Location

LEGEND:
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
K34 Starter Relay
K35 Starter Protection Relay
M1 Starter Motor
V44 Starter Relay Diode
W27 Starter Harness
X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector

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Starter Harness (W27) Wiring Diagram

Starter Harness (W27) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
F45 Starter In-Line 30 A Fuse
K34 Starter Relay
K35 Starter Protection Relay
M1 Starter Motor
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V44 Starter Relay Diode


X175 Machine Harness-to-Starter Harness Connector
X400 E03 WHT Splice
X401 P21 RED Splice
Starter Switch Harness (W29) Component Location
See Cab Harness (W1) Component Location . (Group 9015.)

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Starter Switch Harness (W29) Wiring Diagram

Starter Switch Harness (W29) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
S1 Key Switch
X47 Cab Harness-to-Key Switch Harness Connector
2-Speed Harness (W32) Component Location
See Attachment Harness (W17) Component Location . (Group 9015-10.)

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2-Speed Harness (W32) Wiring Diagram

2-Speed Harness (W32) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
B61 Arm Out Pressure Sensor
V43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve Diode
X87 Attachment Harness-to-Two Speed Harness Connector

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Y43 2-Speed Activation Solenoid Valve


Y44 Flow Rate Adjustment Solenoid Valve
Fuel Injector Harness (W38) Component Location
See Engine Harness (W4) Component Location . (Group 9015.)

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Fuel Injector Harness (W38) Wiring Diagram

Fuel Injector Harness (W38) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
X209 5491 BLK Splice 1
X210 5496 BLK Splice 2
X5000 Engine Harness-to-Fuel Injector Harness 8-Pin Connector

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Y1 Electronic Injector 1 (cylinder 1)


Y2 Electronic Injector 2 (cylinder 2)
Y3 Electronic Injector 3 (cylinder 3)
Y4 Electronic Injector 4 (cylinder 4)

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Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location

Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Component Location

LEGEND:
A7 Air Conditioner Controller (ACF)
B41 Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch
B55 Air Recirculation Sensor
M7 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Motor
M9 Air Conditioner and Heater Internal and External Servomotor
M10 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor
M11 Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor
R16 Blower Motor Transistor
R17 Blower Motor Resistor
W41 Heater and Air Conditioner Harness
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector

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Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram

Heater and Air Conditioner Harness (W41) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
A7 Air Conditioner Controller (ACF)
B41 Air Conditioner Freeze Control Switch
B55 Air Recirculation Sensor
M7 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Motor
M9 Air Conditioner and Heater Internal and External Servomotor
M10 Air Conditioner and Heater Blower Port Change Servomotor
M11 Air Conditioner and Heater Mixer Servomotor
R16 Blower Motor Transistor
R17 Blower Motor Resistor
X51 Air Conditioner 4-Pin Connector
X52 Air Conditioner 10-Pin Connector
X418 978 BLK Splice
X419 BLK/RED Splice
X420 BLK/YEL Splice
X421 979 RED Splice
X422 RED/BLK Splice

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Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Component Location

Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Component Location

LEGEND:
V30 Right Solenoid Diode B
V31 Right Solenoid Diode A
V32 Left Solenoid Diode B
V33 Left Solenoid Diode A
W15 Multi-Function Pilot Control Lever Harness
W61 Auxiliary Solenoid Harness
W75 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
Y34 Right Solenoid (marked SR/H)
Y34A Right Solenoid Connector A (marked SR/H)
Y34B Right Solenoid Connector B (marked SR/H)
Y35 Left Solenoid (marked SR/H)

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Y35A Left Solenoid Connector A (marked SR/H)


Y35B Left Solenoid Connector B (marked SR/H)

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Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Wiring Diagram

Auxiliary Solenoid Harness (W61) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
V30 Right Solenoid Diode B
V31 Right Solenoid Diode A
V32 Left Solenoid Diode B

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V33 Leftt Solenoid Diode A


X450 GO5 BLK Splice
X451 HO1 GRN Splice
X452 HO2 GRN Splice
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
Y34A Right Solenoid Connector A (marked SR/H)
Y34B Right Solenoid Connector B (marked SR/H)
Y35A Left Solenoid Connector A (marked SR/H)
Y35B Left Solenoid Connector B (marked SR/H)

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Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Component Location

LEGEND:
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A (marked RSW1)
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B (marked LSW1)
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A (marked LSW3)

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S5 Horn Switch
S7 Power Dig Switch
S29 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Proportional Control Switch
S31 Right Pilot Control Lever Switch
S32 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch B (marked B)
S33 Left Pilot Control Lever Switch A (marked C)
S34 Right Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF)
S35 Left Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF)
S45 Auxiliary Function Enable Switch (marked AFL_SW)
V22 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Diode
W75 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness
X26 Optional Connector (2 used)
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
X536 Right Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked R_GRIP)
X537 Left Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked L_GRIP)
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X577 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector

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Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Wiring Diagram

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness (W75) Wiring Diagram

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LEGEND:
K31 Right Solenoid Relay A (marked RSW1)
K32 Left Solenoid Relay B (marked LSW1)
K33 Left Solenoid Relay A (marked LSW3)
S5 Horn Switch
S7 Power Dig Switch
S34 Right Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF)
S35 Left Enable Switch (marked ON/OFF)
S45 Auxiliary Function Enable Switch (marked AFL_SW)
V22 Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Diode
X26 Optional Connector
X534 Right Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SR/H)
X535 Left Auxiliary Solenoid Connector (marked SL/H)
X536 Right Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked R_GRIP)
X537 Left Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector (marked L_GRIP)
X574 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Connector 1
X577 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector

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Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component


Location

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Component Location

LEGEND:
B68 Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor

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B85 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1)
W75 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness
W76 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness
X577 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector
Y61 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A)
Y62 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B)
Y66 Secondary Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Valve (marked PiC)

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Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Wiring Diagram

Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness (W76) Wiring Diagram

LEGEND:
B68 Secondary Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor
B85 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Pressure Sensor (marked PS1)
X577 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Harness-to-Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid Harness Connector

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Y61 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid A (marked 1A)


Y62 Auxiliary Function Lever (AFL) Solenoid B (marked 1B)
Y66 Secondary Pilot Shutoff Solenoid Valve (marked PiC)
Modular Telematics Gateway (MTG) Harness (W6002) Com