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Service Bulletin

Please remove Service Bulletin 1300 Series No. 1 re-issue 1 dated January 1993 and put this page in its place. The key to the electrical
circuit diagram has been corrected.

1300 Series 1 re-issue 2


Failure of electrical stop solenoid May 1993

On some 1300 Series engines, there have been reports about the failure of the stop solenoid to remain in the
run position after the engine has started.
It was found that although the solenoid was connected in accordance with the usual procedure, (solenoid
energised to start) a reverse electro-magnetic force was generated by the starter motor through the "S"
terminal. This caused the solenoid to be released from the run position, which then stopped the engine.
It will be necessary to separate the connection to the starter motor "S" terminal from that of the solenoid to
prevent the starter motor relay being overloaded. Another relay, part number 2848A204 (12V) or 2848A227
(24V) must then be added.
When the new relay is fitted, in the 12V circuit (A1) and in the 24V circuit (B1), it must be connected between
the solenoid and the B+ terminal of the starter motor. The solenoid will then operate correctly.
Circuit diagrams
Electrical circuit diagrams are shown for both 12 volt (A) and 24 volt (B) systems, and for an ether start
system (C).
Main starter motor cables are shown in thick lines. Total resistance must not be more than 0.0017 ohms for
12V systems and 0.0034V for 24V systems.
Alternator charge system: Maximum circuit decrease in voltage must not be more than 0.5V for 12V systems
and 1.0V for 24V systems.
Maximum cable size for 375 series Lucar terminals on the alternator is 65/0,3 mm (4,5 mm 2) therefore, twin
cables are needed at the connection to the alternator.
Starter motor solenoid circuit. Maximum circuit decrease in voltage must not be more than 0.63V for 12V
systems and 1.0V for 24V systems.
Minimum cable size: All cable sizes not shown, are 14/0,3mm (1 mm2) for strength on low current cables.
All cable lengths to be kept as short as possible.
Caution: To prevent damage to the alternator:
Before any cable is disconnected, stop the engine and turn the relevant switches to the off position.
When a cable is removed from its terminal, always ensure it is returned to the same terminal.
Never join the positive and negative battery connections together to check for a flow of current.
Always check for the correct polarity and voltage before a battery is connected into the system.
Remove all alternator connections if any part of the installation is to be electric welded.
Never run the alternator with the field energised and the battery disconnected.

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Service Bulletin - 1300 Series 1 re-issue 2 May 1993

Circuit diagram-12V system, negative earth - Part number 3186K007 (A)

A 2x12V batteries in parallel L Water temperature gauge


B Lucas relay 33RA M Tachometer
(1)
C "Syncrostart" solenoid N Oil pressure gauge
D Ignition switch O Warning lights
E Ammeter P Oil pressure sender
F Starter motor Q Water temperature sender
G Bosch relay R Water temperature switch (2)
H Resistor S Oil pressure switch (3)
I Alternator warning light T Common (black)
J Instrument light switch U Pull (white)
K Alternator V Retain (red)

(1) Energise to run


(2) Closes when temperature increases
(3) Opens when lubricating oil pressure increases

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2848A204
A 86 85
2003E S
30 G
- - B T
60A 120/0,3 (8,5)
+ +
U C
V
60A 120/0,3 (8,5)

2
60A 80/0,4 (10) 1 5
64A, 13,5A 128SA
120/0,3 (8.5) 8 D
9 3 4

PE129 E
2873A204
F
87 86
2848A205
30A 30A
30 85 2 x 65/0,3 (4,5)
or
G 1 x 80/0,4 (10)

H
100 ohm 5W
K W B+
(~) IND
12V 2,2W
AC5RS 40A
2871A001 I
J

G - G -
L + +
W - +
M N

Q P O

R S

A CGL0218

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Service Bulletin - 1300 Series 1 re-issue 2 May 1993

Circuit diagram-24V system, negative earth - Part number 3186L001 (B)

A 2x12V batteries in parallel L Tachometer


B Lucas Relay 33RA M Water temperature gauge
(1)
C "Syncrostart" solenoid N Oil pressure gauge
D Ignition switch O Warning lights
E Ammeter (if fitted) P Oil pressure sender
F Starter motor Q Water temperature sender
G Lucas Relay 33RA R Water temperature switch (2)
H Resistor S Oil pressure switch (3)
I Alternator warning light T Common (black)
J Instrument light switch U Pull (white)
K Alternator V Retain (red)

(1) Energise to run


(2) Closes when temperature increases
(3) Opens when lubricating oil pressure increases

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A 2848A227
86 85
- - 2003E S
30 G
B T
+ + 37A 84/0,3 (6)
U C
V
37A 84/0,3 (6)

2
40A 80/0,3 (6) 1 5
19,41A 128SA
35/0,3 (2,5) S115 D
B + 2873K055 3 4
S E
19,4A
R35/0,3(2,5)
F
G 86
2848A227
20A
30 85 20A
2 x 35/0,3 (2,5)
or
G 1 x 84/0,3 (6)

H
300 ohm 5W
K W B+
(~) IND
24V 2W
AC5RS 40A
2871A001 I
J

G - G -
L + +
W - +
M N

Q P O

R S

B CGL0219

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Service Bulletin - 1300 Series 1 re-issue 2 May 1993

Circuit diagram-Ether cold start system - Part number 3186K006 (C)


Note: To be used with main circuit diagrams 3186K007 (12V) (A) or 3186L001 (24V) (B).

A Auxiliaries H Lucas relay 28RA


B Heat position I Ether container
C Supply voltage J IND terminal on alternator
D Starter motor solenoid K As shown on main circuit diagrams
E Thermostat L Ignition switch diagram
F Alternator warning light M Terminal
G 1 Amp Diode

1 Supply voltage 6 Off


2 Auxiliaries 7 Auxiliaries
3 Start 8 Heat
4 Warning light 9 Heat/start
5 Heat

Continued

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Service Bulletin - 1300 Series 1 re-issue 2 May 1993

Note: The ether start system operates during engine cranking speed and after the engine starts. The solenoid
prevents operation of the ether start system if the engine does not start.

End

Issued by Perkins Engines Company Ltd, Peterborough PE1 5NA, England.  Proprietary information of Perkins Engines Company Ltd
1993, all rights reserved. The information is correct at the time of print. This bulletin is for technical information only and cannot be used
as a basis for any claim including but not limited to warranty.

128SA
A 0º 30 º 60 º 9 0 º
M Off A ux HT HT/ST
6 7 8 9

2
2
B
C 1 128A 5
3

3 4
4
D

L
I E

F K

H
3 0 51 85
12V 2846A201
24V 2848A225 8 7A
8 7 86
2863B001

J
C CGL0220