Body Builder Electrical Guide Post 2007 HPV

Body Builder Electrical Guide Post 2007 HPV
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description
SectionPage #
FORWARD................................................................................................................................................................. 01-1
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................................ 02-1
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW......................................................................................................................... 03-1
GENERAL ELECTRICAL .......................................................................................................................................... 04-1
GENERAL.................................................................................................................................................................. 05-1
BODY CONTOLLER..................................................................................................................................................06-1
BATTERY, IGNITION, AND ACCESSORY TAPS .................................................................................................... 07-1
CB AND 2-WAY RADIO ACCOMMODATION PACKAGES..................................................................................... 08-1
POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY.................................................................................... 09-1
FUSED BATTERY CONNECTIONS INSIDE CAB.................................................................................................... 10-1
PRODUCTIVITY FEATURES .................................................................................................................................... 11-1
FOG, PLOW, GUIDE POST AND WIG WAG ACCOMMODATIONS ....................................................................... 12-1
BODY BUILDER WIRING FOR STOP/TAIL/TURN LIGHTS .................................................................................... 13-1
WORK LIGHT AND OUTSIDE CAB POWER FEATURES....................................................................................... 14-1
AIR CONDITIONING..................................................................................................................................................15-1
TRANSMISSION SPARE INPUT/OUTPUTS AND TRANSMISSION CODES ......................................................... 16-1
GAUGES.................................................................................................................................................................... 17-1
REMOTE POWER MODULES................................................................................................................................... 18-1
SWITCHES AND SWITCH LABLE PART NUMBERS AND INFORMATION .......................................................... 19-1
POWER FEATURES USING REMOTE POWER MODULES ................................................................................... 20-1
INDICATOR LIGHTS AND ALARMS ........................................................................................................................ 21-1
BODY BUILDER INTEGRATION HARNESS............................................................................................................ 22-1
PTO POWER TAKE OFF .......................................................................................................................................... 23-1
REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL FEATURES................................................................................................. 24-1
REMOTE AIR SOLENOID MODULE......................................................................................................................... 25-1
REMOTE START/STOP ............................................................................................................................................ 26-1
LIFT GATE ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE............................................................................................................ 27-1
POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY MOUNT FEATURE ......................................................................28-1
THEFT DETERRENT................................................................................................................................................. 29-1
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE .................................................................................................................................. 30-1
ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONALITY WITHOUT ASSOCIATED FEATURE CODES..................................................... 31-1
CROSS REFERENCE ............................................................................................................................................... 32-1
INDEX
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CONTENTS
In this manual, Navistar ® Inc. provides information about its different products to assist those who wish to modify
these products for individual applications. Navistar does not recommend or approve any firm nor make any
judgments on the quality of the work performed by a particular firm. Individuals who use the services of a Body
Builder must satisfy themselves as to the quality of the work.
The party installing a body, a fifth wheel, any other equipment, or making any modifications to complete the vehicle
for delivery and make it road-ready is responsible to see that the completed vehicle complies with all applicable
certification procedures and safety standards, as may be set forth in Federal, State, and local statutes, rules and
regulations.
Specifications, descriptions and illustrative material in this literature are as accurate as known at time of publication
but are subject to change without notice. Illustrations are not always to scale and may include optional equipment
and accessories but may not include all standard equipment.
In addition to this Body Builder Electrical Data Book, publication CT-471, Body Builder Data, may be required. The
CT-471 - Body Builder Data is a set of booklets which includes a General Information Body Builder Data booklet for
information about the Navistar, Inc. product line; model series Body Builder Data booklets which contain information
related to the features and specifications for each of their respective models; Component Body Builder Data booklet
containing information for components which have common application in two or more truck series, Body Builder
Engine Programming information and any supplemental Body Builder Data booklets containing information for
components which have common application in two or more truck series.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT - Read the following before starting the service procedure.
You must follow your company safety procedures when you service or repair equipment. Be sure to understand all of
the procedures and instructions before you begin work on the unit.
Navistar uses the following types of notations to give warning of possible safety problems and to give information that
will prevent damage to the equipment being serviced or repaired.
WARNING - A warning indicates procedures that must be followed exactly. Personal injury or possible death, along
with damage to the vehicle, can occur if the procedure is not followed.
CAUTION - A caution indicates procedures that must be followed exactly. If the procedure is not followed, damage to
equipment or components can occur.
NOTE - A note indicates an operation, procedure or instruction that is important for correct service.
Some procedures require the use of special tools for safe and correct service. Failure to use these special tools when
required can cause injury to service personnel or damage to vehicle components.
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FORWARD
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
DISCLAIMER: NAVISTAR DOES NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR CUSTOMER OR BODY BUILDER
WIRING.
NOTE: After-market installed wiring for engine speed control must comply with the following guidelines:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Sealed switches and connectors must be used for switches and connections that are exposed to the weather or to salt spray emanating from
the vehicle's tires.
Route and clip wiring to minimize chafing and exposure to weather. Use conduit, loom, and/or tape to achieve this.
Fuse all power leads as close to the power source as possible. Remember fuses protect the wiring - size fuses accordingly.
All ground connections that will be made to the frame or body must be connected to clean bare metal. Remove all dirt, paint, grease and rust
that would insulate the terminal from ground. After connecting the ground, seal the connection with a good quality grease or surface sealant
to protect the connection from corrosion.
Spliced wires should be twisted together and soldered. Use a heat shrink tube with a meltable inner wall to seal the connection. Do not expose
splices to the weather.
WARNING: To avoid serious personal injury, possible death, or damage to the vehicle, make sure the transmission is
in neutral, parking brake is set, and the wheels are blocked before undertaking service procedures. In addition, turn
off the engine when you leave the vehicle. Never leave the vehicle unattended with the engine running.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury, possible death, or damage to the vehicle when adding electrical features,
disconnect batteries. Reconnect batteries when installation is complete.
•
Whenever disconnecting battery terminals always disconnect the ground terminal first. When reconnecting,
always connect the ground terminal last.
• To prevent injury to the eyes, face, limbs and body, it is imperative that lighted materials, flames or sparks be kept
away from the vent openings of the battery. The gas mixture in the battery cells, which escapes through the
vents, could ignite and/or cause an explosion. This is particularly true when jumper cables are being used.
• In addition, inhaling of gas produced by the normal operation of the battery could result in partial or permanent
damage to the respiratory system.
• Always wear eye protection when working around batteries. Do not attempt to jump-start a vehicle having a
frozen battery because the battery may explode. If a frozen battery is suspected, examine all fill vents on the
battery. If ice can be seen, do not attempt to start with jumper cables as long as the battery remains frozen. Thaw
out the battery and recharge.
• Do not check battery condition by shorting (flashing) across terminals.
• Failure to observe these instructions could result in personal injury and/or damage to the vehicle.
Battery cable terminals must be clean and tight. Use hot water and common baking soda for removing terminal
corrosion and for cleaning the top of the battery. Brighten the contact surface with steel wool, apply a light coat of
lubricant sealing grease such as Fleetrite® 472141-C1 or equivalent and reassemble. Be sure the terminals are
clamped tightly and that the battery is clamped securely in place.
When working around the terminals and battery, use extra care to avoid shorting. A good practice is to insulate pliers
and screwdrivers.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW
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INTERNATIONAL® DIAMOND LOGIC ® ELECTRICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW
■ ■ Multiplexing Architecture
Unlike the electrical systems on previous models, which utilized point-to-point wiring for all input signals and
output loads, this system uses multiplex technology to provide control and communication between major
functional areas of the vehicle. Multiplexing simply means: communicating multiple pieces of information via a
single twisted pair of wires (called the data link) without requiring a wire for each piece of information. This
information could be gauge information such as engine oil pressure, or switch information that controls vehicle
functions such as headlamps.
The electrical system relies on a collection of electronic circuit modules and software to perform vehicle
functions instead of implementing similar features using complex wire harness designs with electromechanical
relays and switches. These electronic module components are connected together by data links. The data links
can be thought of as computer networks that allow the electronic components on the vehicle to communicate
with one another.
The concept of multiplexing is not new since data links for communicating between engine controllers, the
instrument cluster and the diagnostic connector have been used for several years.
The goal of multiplexing is to reduce cab harness wiring and to simplify circuits. This is accomplished by using
a low current data link for communicating between cab switches, the Body Controller and the Instrument
Cluster. Other data links in the vehicle allow other electrical controllers, the BC and the Instrument Cluster to
communicate with each other.
■ ■ Data Links
Navistar’s multiplexing uses two types of data-links, J1708 and J1939. The J1708 data link is often referred to
as ATA and J1939 is often referred to as CAN. These two types are utilized in four separate data links on the
vehicle.
• Power Train data-link – J1939
This data-link provides a path for communication between the engine controller, transmission controller,
antilock brake system (ABS) controller, pyrometer ammeter module (PAM), Body Controller (BC), auxiliary
gauge switch pack (AGSP) and the electronic gauge cluster (EGC). It also provides the capability for
programming and diagnostic functions via the 9-pin diagnostic connector through the use of the appropriate
service tool and diagnostic cable interface.
• Body Builder data-link – J1939
This data-link provides a path for communication between the remote power module(s), remote engine speed
control module and the BC.
• Switch data-link – J1708
This J1708 data-link provides a path for communication between the center panel switch packs, door pods and
BC.
• ATA data-link – J1708
This is the same J1708 data-link (sometimes referred to as ATA) that has been used in the past. The J1708
data-link is available, but is no longer the primary data link for communicating with the engine diagnostic and
programming tool. The J1708 data-link has historically been used to provide programming capability and
diagnostic information for various control modules including the ABS and the engine.
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BODY CONTROLLER (BC)
The heart of the multiplex system is the BC.
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Body Controller (BC)
The BC communicates with the switch packs on the switch datalink, controllers from other features on the power train
datalink, and RPMs (remote power modules) and the RESCM (remote engine speed control module) on the Body
Builder datalink. It also receives input from various sensors and hard wire inputs throughout the truck. The BC
converts these inputs, in accordance with the programmed “rules,” into data to be transmitted on the datalinks.
It is also the power source for circuits that feed some of the components, controlled by the multiplexed switches,
inside and outside of the cab. The primary vehicle software programming resides in the BC.
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REMOTE POWER MODULE (RPM)
RPMs provide a method of distributing and controlling power to various device loads on the vehicle, outside the cab,
without running high current wires from in-cab switches to the loads or splicing into existing wiring.
Remote Power Module (RPM)
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The RPM is connected to the BC via the Body Builder J1939 datalink (the BC is capable of controlling up to seven
RPMs on the vehicle). The only factory-installed wires connected to the RPM are battery power for driving the loads
and the datalink cable. Connectors for Body Builder-installed inputs and outputs are also provided. Power is fed to
the RPM through a fusible link to the battery source. Each RPM has six independently controllable, 20 Ampere
(AMP) outputs (80A maximum per RPM) with virtual (software programmable) fusing similar to the BC. If higher
current capacity is needed, two outputs can be paralleled or the RPM can control a high current relay while still
maintaining logic and diagnostic capability without having to wire to the inside of the cab.
Because the RPM is connected to the BC via the datalink, it also serves as an “integration gateway” to the BC and
the vehicle electrical system. Six digital inputs on each RPM allow information from body accessories to be
communicated to the BC and processed for interlocks, operator information/warning, etc. These inputs also allow the
Body Builder to add body-mounted switches to turn on or off the same electrical devices controlled by in-cab
switches.
Additional information concerning the use and installation of RPMs is contained in the applicable Feature sections
that follow (see 60AAA/60AAB in particular for detailed data on RPM connectors/pin functions, wiring, and mounting).
The following is an example of how a vehicle electrical system might be configured.
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International® Diamond Logic ® Electrical System
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The International® Diamond Logic ® electrical system, in conjunction with the Diamond Logic ® Builder software,
provides the Body Builder with unprecedented flexibility in adding and customizing the electrical features on a
vehicle.
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GENERAL ELECTRICAL
Navistar vehicle electrical systems are becoming increasingly complex with the addition of a BC, electronic engine
and transmission controls, electronically driven instrument gauges, and Antilock Brake Systems (ABS) to name a
few. While most systems still operate on battery voltage (12 volts), some systems operate at as high as 107 volts
(electronic fuel injection) and as low as five (5) volts (electronic engine controls).
Navistar publishes Electrical Circuit Diagram Manuals for all its models. Body builders and installers should refer to
these manuals before connecting body lights and accessories to the vehicle electrical system to assure that circuits
chosen are both appropriate and not overloaded. Modifications not defined in the circuit diagram book are not to be
made to the vehicle electrical/electronic control systems without first contacting Navistar for assistance at its Tech
Central Department, telephone 1-800-336-4500.
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J1939 HIGH SPEED DATA LINK CABLE (SAE J1939/15)
The information in this section applies to all 3200, DuraStar, WorkStar, and 8000 models.
Performing the proper repairs or modifications of the cable is critical to the integrity and performance of the
vehicle systems. (For repair procedure see Electrical Troubleshooting Guide - S08250 or Data Link Repair in
this manual.) This information based on SAE J1939/15.
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COLOR CODE SYSTEM FOR INTERNATIONAL® TRUCK
Table 1
Color
Red
Pink
Light Blue
Yellow
Dark Blue
Brown
Orange
Gray
Tan
Green
Light Green
Violet
White
Black
Description
Alternator/Battery Feeds
Ignition Feeds
Accessory Feeds
Headlight System (Daytime Running Lights, Fog, Hi-Beam,etc.); Data Link J1939(+)
Interior Lights (Dome, Panel, etc.); Data Link J1708(+)
Exterior Lights (Tail, Market, Clearance, etc.)
Exterior Lights (Turn, back-up, etc.)
Engine/Chassis Systems (Fuel Solenoid, Horn, etc.); Data Link J1708(-)
Engine/Chassis Monitoring Systems (Gauges)
Data Link J1939(-)
Driver Aid Systems (Windshield Washer, Heater, etc.)
Engine Controls - Electronic
GND
Battery GND Cables or Computer Data Link Systems
NOTE: The wiring in multiple conductor jacketed cable does not follow the above color code system. See the
electrical circuit diagram manual for specific colors and circuit numbers used with each system. Use only
“GXL", “SXL" or “TXL" insulated wire. Crimp and solder all connections.
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RECOMMENDED CIRCUIT PROTECTION
Table 2
Wire Gauge
18 Ga
16 Ga
14 Ga
12 Ga
10 Ga
8 Ga
6 Ga
4 Ga
Protective Device Size
10 AMP Fuse/Circuit Breaker
15 AMP Fuse/Circuit Breaker
20 AMP Fuse/Circuit Breaker
25 AMP Fuse/Circuit Breaker
30 AMP Fuse/Circuit Breaker
12 Gauge Fusible Link
10 Gauge Fusible Link
2-12 Gauge Fusible Link
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Maximum Current (Amps)
8A
12 A
16 A
20 A
24 A
80 A
108 A
160 A
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CAUTION: Wire gauge is designed to match fuse/circuit breaker rating. Do not increase the size of a circuit
breaker or fuse. To do so could cause wiring to overheat and burn.
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CIRCUIT PROTECTION DEVICES
Table 3
Size
7.5 A
10 A
15 A
20 A
25 A
30 A
Circuit Breakers
Part Number
Type III - Manual Reset
Type III - Manual Reset
Type III - Manual Reset
Type III - Manual Reset
Type III - Manual Reset
Type III - Manual Reset
Size
5A
7.5 A
10 A
15 A
20 A
25 A
30 A
3536177C1
3536178C1
3536179C1
3536180C1
3536181C1
3536182C1
Fuses
Color
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
White
Green
Part Number
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
Mini - SAE J2077
3534208C1
3546109C1
3534209C1
3534210C1
3534211C1
3534212C1
3534213C1
Color
Tan
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
Natural
Green
Circuit breakers and fuses can be installed in the chassis wiring using the following in-line connectors:
• 1676841C91 - Inline socket and cable for circuit breaker/fuse (20 A Maximum)
• 1682115C91 - Inline socket and cable for circuit breaker/fuse (30 A Maximum)
Table 4
Size
20 A
20 A
30 A
30 A
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Devices
Part Number
Color
131224C1
3529688C1
571691C1
3529690C1
Yellow
Autofuse
Circuit Breaker - Type III
Autofuse
Circuit Breaker - Type III
Green
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS COMMONLY USED BY EQUIPMENT INSTALLERS
Table 5
3200, DuraStar,
Type
WorkStar
3534164C1
3573312C1
3573311C1
589390C1
589391C1
1652325C1
1661375C2
1661377C1
1661376C1
1677851C1
1671609C1
1677914C1
587579C1
At Fuse Block
Terminal Fuse Block (18/20 Gauge)
Terminal Fuse Block (14/16 Gauge)
Terminal Fuse Block (10/12 Gauge)
At Tail Lights
Seal, Wire - (Blue) .165-.138 O.D. Cable (12-14 Gauge)
Seal, Wire - (Gray) .137-.111 O.D. Cable (14-16 Gauge)
Seal, Wire - (LtGn) .110-.080 O.D. Cable (16-20 Gauge)
Body Connector, 5-Way Male
Terminal, Female - 14/16 Gauge
Lock, 5-Way Male Connector
Body Connector, 5-Way Female
Terminal, Male - 14-16 Gauge
Lock, 5-Way Female Connector
Sealing Plug (for Empty Connector Cavities)
NOTE: Any unused circuit cavities must be plugged with sealing plugs provided with chassis harness.
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CONNECTORS 4450 AND 4460
Connectors 4450 and 4460 have their mating connectors attached filled with cavity plugs. To use connectors,
remove cavity plugs and use the following:
Table 6
Terminals
Wire Gauge
2033912C1
2033911C1
12, 14
16, 18, 20
Cavity Seals
Wire Gauge
0589390C1
0589391C1
1652325C1
12
14
16, 18, 20
Mating Connector Part Numbers
4450 Connector
4450 Lock
4460 Connector
4460 Lock
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2039312C91
2039342C1
3553961C1
3554019C1
STANDARD TERMINALS AND SPLICES
1. Cut the cable just before the insulation wings on the terminal.
2. Remove the insulation being careful not to cut any of the wire strands (¼ inch exposed copper stranding is
typical).
3. Position cable in the new terminal.
4. Hand crimp the core wings first, then the insulation wings.
5. Check to ensure copper stranding is not cut as this can cause “hot spots”.
6. Ensure no copper is exposed beyond the insulation crimp as this will allow a pivot point and the copper
stranding will break.
7. Solder all hand crimped terminals and electrically check for continuity.
NOTE: Always use the recommended crimp tool for each terminal. A detailed crimp chart is included in the
repair kit.
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Standard Terminal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Mating End
Core Wings
Insulation Wings
Cable
Lock Tang
Insulation
Wire Strands
Solder
SPLICE CLIP INSTALLATION
NOTE: A new clip must be located a minimum of 1.5 inches (40 mm) from a connector, sleeve or another clip
1. Cut off the old clip or bad section of wire.
2. Remove the insulation being careful not to cut any of the wire strands.
3. Install the proper clip on the wire strands.
4. Hand crimp the clip until securely fastened.
5. Solder the clip and electrically check for continuity.
6. Cover the entire splice with splice tape. Extend the tape onto the insulation on both sides of the splice(s).
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Splice Clip Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Insulation
Wire Strands
Clip (Positioned Correctly)
Crimped Correctly
Solder
Tape
SPLICE INSPECTION
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Splice Inspection
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Terminal Application
Insulation Crimp
Wire Strands Visible in this Area
Core Crimp
Solder Application
Good Solder Application
Crimp and Seal Heat Application
Evidence of Glue
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CRIMP AND SEAL SPLICE SLEEVE INSTALLATION
Part Number
3517501C1
3517502C1
3517503C1
2644000R1
Description
12-10 AWG Splice
16-14 AWG Splice
22-18 AWG Splice
Dual Wall Heat Shrink, 50mm
Quantity
2
7
2
50
NOTE: A new sleeve must be located a minimum of 1.5 inches (40 mm) from a connector, clip or another
sleeve.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cut off the old sleeve or bad section of the wire.
Remove insulation being careful not to cut any of the wire strands.
Install the proper sleeve on the wire strands, making sure the ends of the wire hit the stop.
Hand crimp to the sleeve. Gently tug on the wire to make sure that they are secure.
NOTE: Always use the recommended crimp tool for each sleeve. A detailed crimp chart is included in the
Repair Kit.
CAUTION: Use appropriate heat gun. Do not use a match or open flame to heat the sleeve seal.
5. Electrically check the sleeve and wire cable for continuity.
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Crimp and Seal Splice Sleeve Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Wire Strands
Wire Stop
Crimp Connector
Evidence of Glue
DATA LINK REPAIR
■ ■ J1708
Repairs to damaged J1708 circuits should be accomplished using similar types of wiring. Splices should be
crimped and soldered. Insure the twist in the wire pair (one twist per inch) is maintained and individual wires are
covered with heat shrink.
■ ■ J1939/11 Shielded Only
Repairs to damaged J1939 circuits should be accomplished using identical types of wiring. Splices should be
crimped, soldered and covered with heat shrink. Insure the twist in the wire pair (one twist per inch) is
maintained and that any wire bundles in the engine compartment are shielded and covered with heat shrink.
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■ ■ Wire Repair
This instruction addresses termination and splicing of J1939 wire.
Preparation of J1939 Wire for Connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Strip back (view C) outer shield 3 1/8 in. (76 mm).
Strip (view A) green wire and yellow wire 1/4 in. (6.35 mm) being careful not to cut individual strands.
Re-twist all three wires (one twist per inch) if they have separated.
Sleeve drain wire (view B) may be soldered to aid in sleeving.
Install terminals on green and yellow wire ends, and crimp.
The 1/4" heat shrink tube (view D) will be shrunk later after the wires have been inserted into the crimp connector.
WIRE SPLICING
1. Strip wire ends 1/4 inch.
2. Re-twist any loose wires (one twist per inch).
Re-Twist Any Loose Wires
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3. Slide 2-inch pieces of insulated heat shrink tube over wire for later use.
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Put Heat Shrink Tube Over Each Wire
4. Put heat shrink tube over each wire.
5. Insert ends of wires into splice joint and crimp.
6. Solder the wires and crimp joint together.
Solder Wires Together
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7. Center heat shrink tube over splice and shrink.
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Center Heat Shrink Tube Over Splice
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8. Wrap wires with foil tape. Maintain at least 1/2 wrap overlap.
.
Center Heat Shrink Tube Over Cable
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9. Center heat shrink tube over the splice and shrink.
Center Heat Shrink Tube Over Cable
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J1939 HIGH SPEED DATA LINK CABLE (SAE J1939/15)
Performing the proper repairs or modifications of the cable is critical to the integrity and performance of the
vehicle systems. (For repair procedure see Electrical Troubleshooting Guide - S08250 or Data Link Repair in
this manual.) This information is based on SAE J1939/15 and TMC RP 142.
These instructions are intended for modifications that meet the SAE spec; i.e., no internal resistor. When
extending the backbone the proper materials must be used. The data link cable consists of a twisted pair of
insulated wires and is covered by an insulating jacket. The data link cable must meet the SAE - specified
characteristic impedance of 120 ohms. Never splice regular automotive type wire such as GXL, SXL or TXL
into the data link cable. Use data link cable furnished by Raychem, part number 2021D0309.
The backbone is the main part of the cable. This is terminated at each end with a 120 ohm resistor. When
adding a device the backbone must be extended. This is done by removing the resistor, inserting the backbone
extension, then plugging the resistor and the device into the extension.
The International® high performance vehicle will always have a power train J1939 system. This is for key
operations that come from the factory direct. A second J1939 system is put in place for body builders and will
be referred to as body builder J1939. Circuit diagrams are shown in Chapter 9 of the Circuit Diagram Book
(S08322) under Remote Power Units, Solenoid Packs, Remote Engine Speed Controller.
■ ■ J1939
J1939 is a high speed serial communications data link. The system requires two resistor caps. The first resistor
cap for Body Builder J1939 currently starts in the engine compartment. The second resistor cap ends where the
last module is placed. The wire between these two resistors is called the backbone. The backbone cannot be
longer than 131.2 feet (40m). A module can tap into the backbone. This point is called the Node. The distance
between two nodes cannot be less than 3.9 inches (0.1m). The cable length from the node to the module
cannot be longer than 9.8 feet (3m).
With the research of the robustness of the J1939-15 lite (unshielded) International® removed the shield from
their high performance vehicle in January 2002. Mixing of the shielded (J1939-11) and unshielded (J1939-15)
is not recommended.
■ ■ Adding Body Builder J1939, Power and Grounds
Without any Body Builder J1939: Ask Service Parts for “the components needed to add the Body Builder J1939
datalink to the vehicle. Service part kits are available to add the datalink, RPMs and switch packs."
Most of the software information is processed in the BC. Therefore, the J1939 wires must be connected to the
BC. Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Remote Power Units, Solenoid Packs, Remote
Engine Speed Controller for proper circuit installation.
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HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (GREATER THAN 50 VOLTS) ON INTERNATIONAL® TRUCKS
AND BUSES
Only a trained technician may perform service inside high voltage components. When working around or
maintaining high voltage circuits, please seek high voltage training.
WARNING: To avoid property damage, personal injury, or death; refer to the manufacturer's service information
before working on any high voltage equipment. By definition, high voltage circuits and components contain
voltage levels that may cause equipment damage, electrical shock, and/or electrocution if handled incorrectly.
NOTE: The intent of this section IS to provide some basic guidelines when working on or around International®
vehicles that are equipped with high voltage electrical equipment and circuits. For specific instructions,
maintenance, or service information on specific equipment or options, refer to the service manuals for the
specified truck models and component(s). It IS NOT the intent of this section to provide detailed service
instructions for high voltage equipment and circuits.
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High voltage systems require the maintainer to be familiar with two types of electrical systems.
• DC (Direct Current)
Most DC systems on today's trucks use 12 volt negative GND. Some systems can store DC electricity in
batteries with operating voltages as high as 600 DC volts.
• AC (Alternating Current)
The main difference between AC and DC systems is that the voltage levels in DC systems remain constant
while the voltage levels in AC systems are constantly changing. When measuring an AC system, it is important
to know that the average voltage is zero, and that is why A VOLTMETER SET TO DC WILL NOT INDICATE
THE PRESENCE OF AN AC VOLTAGE WHEN CONNECTED TO AN AC CIRCUIT!
High voltage can be lethal. Always refer to the manufacturer of the high voltage component when maintenance
or repairs are needed. In most cases, diagnostics and repair are performed after the high voltage circuits are
disabled. If working around or maintaining high voltage circuits, please seek high voltage training.
WARNING: To avoid property damage, personal injury, or death, circuits must be checked using a voltmeter for
the presence of both DC and AC voltages. A voltmeter set to DC will not indicate the presence of an AC voltage
when connected to an AC circuit! Contacting an unknown AC or DC voltage may cause equipment damage,
electrical shock, and/or electrocution.
Only a trained technician may perform service inside high voltage components. If working around or
maintaining high voltage circuits, please seek high voltage training.
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UNDERSTANDING HIGH VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT AND CIRCUITS ON INTERNATIONAL®
PRODUCTS
Some examples of high voltage equipment that can be encountered on products are as follows:
■ ■ Auxiliary Power Units (APUs)
APUs are basically small diesel powered generator units that are integrated into the vehicle electrical system.
APUs are utilized in combination with inverters and battery chargers. APUs are often set up to automatically
start when the electrical management system deems it necessary to maintain battery charge or electrical
demand requires it.
NOTE: APU high voltage wiring may NOT be marked for easy identification as high voltage.
■ ■ Shore Power
Shore power is a connection from a vehicle to an external 120 volt AC power source. The vehicle is equipped
with an exterior receptacle that allows connection to an external “shore” power source.
NOTE: High voltage shore power wiring may NOT be marked for easy identification as high voltage.
■ ■ Inverters
Inverters are electronic devices used to change DC (Direct Current) into AC (Alternating Current). Some
inverters contain converters that also convert AC to DC for battery charging or running 12V equipment.
NOTE: High voltage wiring for inverters may NOT be marked for easy identification as high voltage.
■ ■ Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs)
HEVs combine internal combustion engines with high voltage batteries, electric motors, and inverters to offer
higher fuel efficiency and lower emissions without compromising power, range, and convenient fueling of
conventional vehicles. Regardless of the HEV design, high electrical voltages and currents are present.
NOTE: The industry standard for high voltage cables is for the cables to be covered in ORANGE CONDUIT.
If orange conduit is observed on a vehicle, please review the safety precautions for that system.
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HOW TO IDENTIFY HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS
High voltage circuits are not always connected with large wires. The best way to identify high voltage
equipment or circuits is to be familiar with the equipment and circuit diagrams as well as to look for high voltage
warning labels and orange conduit. Inspect the vehicle for any equipment or circuits added after the truck was
built (owner/operators may add high voltage components such as inverters or APUs).
All electrical circuits associated with APUs, shore power, inverters, and HEVs should be considered high
voltage. The standard for high voltage cabling on HEVs is orange. APUs, inverters, shore power, and cabin
110/120V outlet wiring may not indicate high voltage by visual inspection (they may not be marked and are
NOT orange in color).
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SERVICING NAVISTAR PRODUCTS
The following steps outline the appropriate method to follow to identify and address any maintenance or service
on Navistar products with factory-installed high voltage equipment.
1. Complete related training prior to attempting to identify and service any high voltage system.
2. Review the line-set ticket provided with the vehicle or from ISIS, and identify all high voltage components.
Inspect the vehicle for any equipment or circuits added after the truck was built (owner/operators may add
high voltage components such as inverters or APUs that could be live and powering circuits in the vehicle
EVEN WITH THE IGN OFF AND THE BATTERIES DISCONNECTED).
3. Refer to manufacturer’s service publications for identified high voltage components.
4. Physically locate high voltage components on the vehicle and disable them according to manufacturer’s
instructions (some components may require a waiting period or special procedures to discharge the voltage
completely).
5. Use Best Work Practices (see below) when performing work on electrical systems.
■ ■ Best Work Practices
WARNING: To avoid personal injury or death, permit only trained responsible and capable persons to operate
or maintain the equipment. Carelessly operating or neglecting maintenance despite the safe design of any
vehicle and its high voltage equipment may result in personal injury or death.
The danger of injury through electrical shock is possible whenever electrical power is present. Most fatal
injuries result from high-voltage exposure; however, people can sustain severe injuries from low voltage power
if it has a high current flow.
• Be aware of ALL high voltage equipment on the vehicle; review line-set/build ticket and the owner and
service manuals of high voltage equipment BEFORE starting any work.
• When working on this equipment, remain alert at all times. Never work on the equipment when physically or
mentally fatigued, and never work alone near high voltage equipment.
• Always stand on an insulated, dry surface when working on any electrical circuit. Do not handle any kind of
electrical device while standing in water, while barefoot, or while hands or feet are wet.
• Always work in an adequately illuminated area.
• Always use appropriate protective equipment: insulated gloves, rubber gloves, goggles/face shield, safety
shoes, protective clothing, and insulated tools when working on electrical components/circuits of the vehicle.
• Never wear jewelry when working on this equipment. Jewelry can conduct electricity resulting in electric
shock or burns and may get caught in moving components causing injury.
• When working on vehicles that have high voltage devices or equipment, use appropriate alerting techniques
in plain view to warn people that may be in the general area and to prevent inadvertent activation of any
disabled high voltage circuit(s) during service: safety signs, safety symbols, tags, barricades, cones, etc.
• Keep a fire extinguisher close by at all times. Extinguishers rated “ABC” by the National Fire Protection
Association are appropriate for use on the electrical system. Make sure the extinguisher is properly charged
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and be familiar with its use. Consult the local fire department with any question pertaining to fire
extinguishers.
Ensure that the high voltage power, high voltage power generating equipment and high voltage storage
devices are disconnected, locked out, or otherwise disabled BEFORE working on or around the vehicle, its
electrical circuits, or components. Unless disabled, Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) may start at any time
without warning; when this occurs, the circuits associated with the APU become energized with potentially
lethal high voltage. Some components may require a waiting period or special procedures to discharge the
voltage completely.
Use an appropriate electrical tester and procedures to confirm that the power is disconnected BEFORE
performing any work on or near any high voltage components/circuits.
Exercise caution around output circuits even when the input power is off. Parallel power sources and energy
storage devices can still be dangerous. Be familiar with the high voltage equipment installed on the vehicle.
Some systems contain high voltage condensers that may require time to discharge after power is removed.
After disconnecting or exposing a high-voltage connector or terminal, insulate it immediately using insulation
tape.
After completion of any electrical work, BEFORE restoring the power, verify that parts and/or tools are
removed from the work area and that the fasteners are firmly tightened to the specified torque and the
connectors are correctly connected.
Voltage can be fatal at levels greater than 60 volts. High voltage can jump a larger air gap than low voltage. If
contact is made with high voltage, it may not be possible to simply “let go”.
Towing a HEV with its drive wheels on the ground may cause the motor to generate electricity. Consult the
operator’s/owner’s manual for proper towing procedures.
If a high voltage fuse or circuit protection device trips, do not re-energize the circuit until it has been
determined that the circuit is safe. See manufacturer’s troubleshooting procedures before servicing a high
voltage system.
Reference OSHA Regulations as necessary and applicable.
SUPPRESSION
International® strongly recommends these electromagnetic devices be electrically suppressed, when adding
electromagnetic devices such as relays, magnetic switches, and solenoids.
Unsuppressed electromagnetic devices can generate large voltage spikes which are conducted into the vehicle
electrical system. These voltage spikes may adversely affect customer added electronic devices and in some
instances may affect International® installed electronic components.
When installing electromagnetic devices, specify suppressed units. If suppressed units are not available, diode
suppression may be added as shown below:
The following suppressed relays and magnetic switches are available from International®.
Table 8
Part Number
1691520C91
1693479C91
3519350C1
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Suppressed Relays and Magnetic Switches
Description
Magnetic Switch - Continuous Duty (Suppressed) 100 AMP
Magnetic Switch - Intermittent Duty (Suppressed) 100 AMP
Micro Relay – SPDT (Suppressed), NO – 20 AMP, NC – 10 AMP
WELDING INFORMATION
Whenever electric welding is done on any part of the vehicle, it is not necessary to disconnect the
International® electronic modules in the cab such as the BC, ESC or RPM, and the instrument cluster. The
welder's GND must be connected as close to the weld as possible. If the vehicle is equipped with an
International® engine, disconnect both the positive (+) and the negative (-) battery cables including the
electronic power feeds prior to electric welding. If it is necessary to weld close to an electronic component, it is
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recommended that the component be temporarily removed.
Consult manufacturer’s instructions for all other electronic modules such as Allison Transmission, Eaton Auto
Shift Transmission, Bendix ABS, Wabco ABS, Cummins Engine, Caterpillar Engine, and Detroit Diesel Engine.
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ROUTING GUIDELINES
Any hosing, tubing, battery cable, wiring or electrical harness must not rub on a sharp edge. However, due to
the high abrasion resistance of synflex tubing, it is permissible for synflex tubing to make contact with the lower
edge of the frame rail flange when the tubing is making the transition from the outside to down and under the
rail. This does not mean that proper clearance or the need for protective wrap is not needed when synflex line
contacts sharp edges or threaded fasteners.
Any hosing, tubing, battery cable, wiring or electrical harness must not rub or make contact with a hot surface.
There should be 5" minimum clearance from the exhaust depending on the situation. The further back from the
turbo, the less clearance required.
Nothing should rub or make contact with the copper compressor discharge tubing other than the clamp(s) that
support it.
All hosing, tubing, battery cables or electrical harnesses should be supported at least every 18" to 20".
Straplocks used to directly clamp or support battery cables or main engine wiring harnesses must be no less
than 7/16" in width.
Straplocks are not to be used on any bulk hose materials (heater hoses, make-up lines, etc.).
■ ■ Route and Clip Recommendations
Table 9
Heat Source
Exhaust Manifold to Muffler Inlet
Aftertreatment
Muffler Inlet to Tail Pipe Out
Other (EGR Discharge Pipe/Hose)
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6”
8”
3”
1/2”
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■ ■ Electrical Harness
Table 10
Problem
Requirement
Sharp or Abrading Surface
Tension Along Harness/Wires/Hoses
Distance From Moving Parts
Connector Clipped to Avoid Damage
Connectors Are Sealed
Max Eyelets Per Stud
Harness Protected From Damage
Drip Point For Harness
Distance of Harness to Flammable Fluids
Harness Location to Flammable Fluids
Battery Cables to Flammable Fluids
Battery Cable to Conductive Surface
Battery Cable Tie Strap
Harness Contact with Metal Surface
P-Clamps — Electrical
P-Clamps Fastening Support
High Pressure Pipe/Hose (>200 PSI)
Harness Through Metal Holes
Full Articulated Position
Clipping Fixed MAX Distance — Harness
Splices
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No Contact
None
1”
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
Yes
1/2”
Not Directly Under
1” Minimum
1/2” Minimum
1/2” (250 Pound) Wide
No Relative Motion
Cushioned Only
No Cantilever
Don’t Clip Anything to Them
Use Grommet
Operates Without Damage
14”
Use Shrink Wrap
ELECTRICAL DO’S AND DON'TS
The information in this section applies to all DuraStar 3200, 4200, 4300, 4400, and WorkStar models.
Table 11
Item
Accessory (power taps with key in “Accessory”
mode)
Battery - Clean (unfused) power and
maxi-fused power feeds and GND connection
points
GND
GND — with ammeter
IGN (power taps with key in “IGN”)
Start (power taps with key in “Start”)
BC (access to pinouts of discrete circuits)
Electric City Horn
Air Horn (or Air Horn Accommodation)
CB Radio (or CB Accommodation)
Radio installation for customer aftermarket
radio accommodation
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Don’t
Connect to accessory relay output in the inside
Connect to key switch accessory output.
cab fuse block; circuit A12B.
Use inline Maxi-holder from Mega-fuse unfused Exceed additional 45 AMPS
side.
Exceed 3 ring terminals total on Maxi-fuse stud.
GND additional electrical loads (customer
supplied devices) to chassis or GND studs
located on the dash panel.
GND to frame or dash GND stud to allow for
ammeter to register current.
Connect to the IGN relay output in the inside
cab fuse block; circuit A13FC
Connect to the starter relay input circuit A17 at
the outside fuse block.
Connect to BC outputs only.
a) Connect to circuit A85E (Dash), M85E,
M85N, or M85L (Forward chassis) and M85H
(Horn jumper) or
b) Only use suppressed type horn assembly.
Connect air line to output side of the solenoid
pack controlled through BC.
Use power connector 2303 and CB antenna
connector 2306 at CB opening in overhead
console with optional code 08RCB
a) Connect to pigtail (A13B) owner/operator
IGN feed
b) Use a relay if load exceeds 5 AMPS.
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GND to vehicle batteries for additional loads.
GND directly to batteries for meter signal.
Connect circuits directly to key switch IGN
circuits.
Connect circuits directly to the key switch start
circuits.
a) Exceed BC outputs amperage refer to BC
section
b) Connect to signal inputs of the BC
Connect to Electric City Horn circuit without a
diode for protection.
Connect to input side of air switch electrical
circuit.
Exceed 10 AMPS.
Exceed 5 AMPS.
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Item
Do
Don’t
For I6 or V8 engines without optional code
12VZA - Add circuit to Pins 16, 49, 60, and 68
of Engine ECM connector 6020 depending on
desired function, or add a Remote Engine
Cruise/Stationary Throttle via Remote Throttle Speed Control Module (RESCM). Refer to
Connect to the BC Cruise Control Input circuits.
12VZA Component Information Diamond
module and via hardwire for remote hook-up
®
Logic Controller Engine Control Features and
Programmable Parameters for vehicles
equipped with these optional codes or the
RESCM.
For I6 or V8 engines without optional code
12VZA - Add circuit to Pin 22 of Engine ECM
connector 6020 depending on desired function;
or add a RESCM. Refer to 12VZA Component
Engine Warning for remote panel display
Vehicle Speed output with Manual
Transmission for optional feature control; i.e.,
sand spreader
Vehicle Speed output with Automatic
Transmission for optional feature control; i.e.,
sand spreader
Tachometer Signal Output for remote panel
display
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Information Diamond Logic ® Controller Engine
Control Features and Programmable
Parameters for vehicles equipped with these
optional codes. Install discrete oil pressure
sensor or tap signal off the ATA or public J1939
Datalink.
For I6 or V8 engines without optional code
12VZA - Add circuit to Pin 72 of Engine ECM
connector 6020 depending on desired function;
or add a RESCM. This provides 30,000
pulse/mile output for speed. Use an isolated
Dual wound sensor with manual transmission.
Refer to Component Information Diamond
Connect directly to oil pressure sensor circuit.
a) Connect into the speedometer sensor circuit
on the engine.
b) Wire into Speed sensor circuit on
transmission. Use sensors in parallel with
existing output speed sensor. It will cause VSS
Logic ® Controller Engine Control Features and Diagnostic Trouble Code DTC to set.
Programmable Parameters for vehicles
equipped with 12VZA optional code.
For I6 or V8 engines without optional code
12VZA - Add circuit to Pin 72 of Engine ECM
connector 6020 depending on desired function;
or add a RESCM. This provides 30,000
pulse/mile output for speed. Use an isolated
Dual wound sensor with manual transmission.
Refer to Component Information Diamond
Logic ® Controller Engine Control Features and
Programmable Parameters for vehicles
Connect into the speedometer sensor circuit on
equipped with 12VZA optional code. This
the engine.
provides 30,000 pulse/mile output for speed.
Refer to Component Information Diamond
Logic ® Controller Engine Control Features and
Programmable Parameters for vehicles
equipped with 12VZA optional code. Allison
Transmission utilizes a variable frequency
pulse generated by Transmission ECU. For
vehicle speed information, refer to Allison
service information, Connector 7205, cavity F
(provides this signal connection point)
For I6 or V8 engines without optional code
12VZA - Add circuit to Pin 71 of Engine ECM
connector 6020 depending on desired function;
or add a RESCM. This provides a 12/pulse/eng Connect into the tachometer sensor circuits on
RPM. Refer to Component Information
the engine.
Diamond Logic ® Controller Engine Control
Features and Programmable Parameters for
vehicles equipped with 12VZA optional code.
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Item
Do
Don’t
Install discrete Engine Coolant Temperature
sensor. Refer to Component Information
Diamond Logic ® Controller Engine Control
Features and Programmable Parameters.
Refer to ATA Datalink or public J1939 support
information.
Connect wire to alternator warning light output
Alternator warning light output circuit for remote terminal and connect the other side of the
warning light circuit to IGN feed. NOTE:
panel display
Available on Remy alternator only.
a) Tap into air line with additional sensor or
Low Air warning signal for remote panel display b) Refer to public J1939 Data Link information
to extract Air PSI signal..
a) Tap into air line with additional switch for
vehicles with air brakes or
Park Brake Warning Output Signal for circuit
b) Connect into BC connector 1601 pin F1 with
interlock features installed
a 12 volt active signal Air or Hydraulic brake
vehicle
Connect wire to ECU circuit 115 for WTC III
and circuit 125 for LCT 2000/24000
Trans Warning Output signal for remote panel transmission models. Circuit goes open to
GND to actuate a remote mounted light. An
display
external relay is required if current is .05 AMPS
or greater.
See the Transmission section in this manual
Transmission Interface (Body Builder
S08323 for Body Builder connection
Connections
information.
Connect into Body Builder connectors 4450;
Cavity E circuit 71, or connect into tail light
Back Up Lights
harness Connector 9303. Refer to Body Builder
Connections and circuit diagrams.
Connect into Body Builder connector 4450;
Cavity D circuit 58, or connect into tail light
Clearance/Marker Lights
harness Connector 9303. Refer to Body Builder
Connections and circuit diagrams.
a) Connect into BC connector 1604; Pin J for
output circuit.
Dome Light
b) Theater Dimming must be turned off in the
BC.Connect into any door switch circuit.
a) Connect into BC connector 1603; Pin F for
the left Fog Lamp and Pin K for the right Fog
Lamp output circuit.
Fog Light
b) Fog Light accommodation must be added to
the BC.
c) Add Fog Light Switch.
Headlights (including Plow Lights without Plow Connect into Plow Light 7-way Harness
Light option
connector provided with optional code 08THJ
Connect into panel lamp Bus connector 1002
Panel Lights
located behind the Instrument Panel (IP) left of
the interior fuse panel.
Connect into Body Builder connector (4450
cavity B and C; circuits 56 left/57 right
combined) (4460 cavity A and B; circuits 56 left
Stop Lights
/57 right separate), or connect into tail light
harness connector 9303. Refer to Body Builder
Connections and circuit diagrams.
Connect into Body Builder connector 4450;
Cavity A circuits 68 or connect into tail light
Tail Lights
harness Connector 9303. Refer to Body Builder
Connections and circuit diagrams.
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Output
Signal for remote panel display
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Connect into Engine Coolant Temperature
sensor circuits.
Connect warning light circuit to GND circuit.
Connect into electrical Low Air sensor circuits
Connect into existing air park brake switch
electrical circuit b) Exceed 200 ma total.
a) Splice into the transmission harness for
signal uses
b) Utilize this signal for vehicle shutdown
system.
Splice into the transmission harness for signal
uses.
Exceed 6 AMPS total circuit
Exceed 20 AMPS total circuit.
Exceed 10 AMPS total circuit.
Connect into fog light switch circuit.
Exceed 10 AMPS.
Connect into headlight switch circuit.
Exceed 20 AMPS total circuit.
Connect into panel dimmer switch circuit or
Panel light adapter circuit A62N.
Exceed 5 AMPS.
Connect into the stop light switch circuit at the
brake pedal.
Exceed 8 AMPS total.
Exceed 20 AMPS Total Circuit.
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Item
Turn Signals
Work Light
RPM Connection
Remote mounted Fuel Level (Low Fuel
Warning)
HVAC Interrupt (A/C compressor clutch and
Blower fan interrupts)
Clutch switch
Brake Switch
■
Do
Connect to Body Builder connector (4450
cavity B and C; circuits 56 left/57 right
combined) (4460 cavity A and B; circuits 56
left/57 right separate)
a) Connect into BC connector 1603 Pin G Work
Light Output circuit.
b) Work lamp accommodation (595ABR) must
be programmed into the BC.
c) Add Work Light push button switch to
instrument cluster.Exceed 10 AMPS.
Connect to Body Builder connectors at the
RPM (J3-output circuits and J4- remote inputs).
Refer to RPM Section.
Install additional fuel sender. Extract fuel gauge
data from the Public J1939 data link.
Don’t
Connect to the input side of the turn signal
switch or the BC circuit inputs.
Exceed 8 AMPS total circuit.
Exceed 10 AMPS.
Exceed 20 AMPS per channel output with a
maximum 80 AMPS total draw per module
Connect to fuel level gauge sender circuit or
short existing fuel sending unit to chassis GND.
Connect into HVAC A/C clutch circuit between
Add a secondary A/C Evaporator to cool
the BC and the A/C compressor clutch for
remote areas by tapping into the refrigerant
purposes of controlling the A/C system.
lines with the authorized hoses. Use only the
Connect to the high side of the pressure
standard HVAC Control for controlling the A/C
transducer or either of the A/C system
system.
thermistors.
Install additional switch.
Connect into the clutch switch or circuit.
Install additional switch.
Connect into the brake switch or circuit.
HOW DO I - GENERAL INFORMATION
The International® parts system is set up to give part information that is specific to a particular vehicle that has
been built. This includes all optional features that were ordered. If a feature is to be added after the vehicle was
built, the dealer must be provided with the vehicle VIN number, the last 8 characters, and the feature code to be
added. The dealer will contact “Parts Spec” to obtain a listing of parts required for that feature.
The circuits provided for the feature will be what are referred to as “overlay circuits” and are to be layered on
and taped to existing harnesses. In some cases, a total harness may be provided. The harness may include
standard wiring circuits.
The body builder will have to refer to the circuit diagram book for connector cavity information. If the decision is
made to build the overlay locally, part numbers of the terminals can be found in the “Connector Body
Composites” section at the rear of the circuit diagram manual S08322.
All hardware associated with a specific feature code, switches, brackets, etc. will be provided. The body builder
must decide which parts are to be ordered – it is not required that all parts for a code be ordered. Generally,
except for a few features, there are no “kits” available, hence, detailed instructions are not provided, and this
section will cover some basic direction.
If a feature is not available on a specific model, a parts list will not be provided.
Some features will require reprogramming of the Body Controller (BC). If reprogramming is required, the
vehicle must be returned to the dealer.
If the body builder adds a feature, they must assume full responsibility for proper operation of that feature.
International® parts purchased from any International® Truck Dealer carry a one-year, unlimited mileage
warranty. Other than the one year parts warranty, International® assumes no warranty for Body Builder installed
components or the labor to repair the Body Builder added feature if it is determined that the failure is not OEM
related.
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GENERAL
The following section provides basic information of how to integrate TEM's electrical systems with the vehicle
electrical system. This section includes feature descriptions, programming information and sales codes where
applicable. Also included is a description of how the feature works and in some cases, how the feature can be used.
If the vehicle was not ordered with the desired feature, this section covers basic information on how to add a feature
to the vehicle.
An index of feature codes covered in this section is included in the table below.
Before proceeding, review the Introduction information.
Table 12
Feature Code
04SBL
08518
08585
08718
08HAA
08HAB
08HAE
08HAG
08HAH
08HAT
08HAU
08NAA
08RBK
08RCB
08REA
08RGA
08SAJ
08THG
08THH
08THJ
08THN
08THU
08THV
08TKK
08TME
08TMG
08TMH
Feature Code Index
Description
Section Name
Optional Aux. Air Pressure Gauge - Hydraulic
Gauges
Chassis
Cigar Lighter
In Cab Battery Feed Power Source
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Auxiliary Toggle Switch for Fog or Driving Lights
Packages
Power Source, Cigar Type Receptacle
In Cab Battery Feed Power Source
Body Builder Wiring, End of Frame Without
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Connector — Separate Stop/Turn/Tail Only
Body Builder Wiring, Back of Cab With Connector
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
— Combined and Separate Stop/Turn/Tail
Body Builder Wiring, End of Frame With Connector
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
— Combined and Separate Stop/Turn/Tail
Electric Brake Accommodation Package for
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Separate Stop/Turn, End of Frame
Electric Brake Accommodation Package for
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Combined Stop/Turn, End of Frame
Body Builder Wiring for ease of connecting
Body Builder Wiring, Through Dash, Inside Cab
accessory equipment
Body Builder Wiring for Tail/Amber,
Turn/Marker/Backup/Accessory, Power/Ground and Body Builder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Stop/Turn
Extending Frame and Tail Light Harnesses — 8 ft. Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Dual CB Radio Antennas
CB and 2-Way Radio Accommodation Packages
Header — Mounted CB Radio Accommodation
CB and 2-Way Radio Accommodation Packages
Package
2-Way Radio Accommodation Wiring Package —
CB and 2-Way Radio Accommodation Packages
10 ft.
2-Way Radio Accommodation Package — Routed
B and 2-Way Radio Accommodation Packages
to Header Console
In Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 2
Remote power Modules
RPM’s (BOC)/12 Momentary Switches
Auxiliary 7–Way Trailer Socket
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Auxiliary 7–Way Trailer Socket
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Auxiliary Harness for Front Plow Lights and Turn
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Signals — 3 ft.
Packages
Hazard Lights Override Stop Lights
Productivity Features
7-Way Trailer Socket with Battery Fed Circuit to
Center Pin with 30 Amp Fuse and Relay Controlled Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
by Switch
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Front Harness for Guidepost Lights
Packages
Trailer Auxiliary Feed Circuit, 30 amp Accessory
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
feed
7–Way Trailer Socket at End of Frame —
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Independent of Stop Lights
7–Way Trailer Socket at End of Frame — Combined
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
with Stop Lights
Switched Power to Cab Roof
Worklight and Outside Cab Power Features
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
October 2012
Section & Page #
Section 17-Page 3
Section 10-Page 1
Section 12-Page 1
Section 10-Page 1
Section 13-Page 3
Section 13-Page 5
Section 13-Page 5
Section 13-Page 15
Section 13-Page 15
Section 22-Page 2
Section 13-Page 5
Section 13-Page 11
Section 08-Page 1
Section 08-Page 1
Section 08-Page 2
Section 08-Page 2
Section 18-Page 1
Section 13-Page 10
Section 13-Page 10
Section 12-Page 9
Section 11-Page 5
Section 13-Page 10
Section 12-Page 13
Section 13-Page 11
Section 13-Page 18
Section 13-Page 18
Section 14-Page 6
SECTION 05 - PAGE 1
GENERAL
Feature Code Index
Feature Code
08TMN
08TNP
08VZR
08VZS
08WAA
08WAD
08WCK
08WCM
08WCS
08WEB
08WEE
08WEX
08WGA
08WGB
08WGC
08WGD
08WGL
08WGP
08WGR
08WHX
08WHY
08WKM
08WJA
08WJB
08WJH
08WJT
08WJU
08WJV
08WJW
08WLL
08WLM
08WLN
08WMA
Description
Trailer Connection Socket
Auxiliary Harness for Front Snow Plow Application
In Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 1
RPM (BOC)/6 Momentary Switches
In Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 2
RPM’s (BOC)/12 Momentary Switches
Pedestal Mounted Work Light (Truck Lite 81 Series)
Battery Disconnect Switch — Battery Box-Mounted
Power Source, 2–Post Terminal Type
Power Source for Power Lift Gate Feed
Battery Disconnect Switch — Cab Floor-Mounted
Positive Disconnect
Extending Frame and Tail Light Harnesses — for
Drop Frame Beverage Body
Passenger- Controlled Air Horn — Instrument
Panel-Mounted Switch
Auxiliary Harness for Auxiliary Power Source
One Universal Air Solenoid, N/C
Two Universal Air Solenoids, N/C
Three Universal Air Solenoids, N/C
Four Universal Air Solenoids, N/C
Windshield Wiper Speed Control Forced to Slowest
Speed
Five Universal Air Solenoids, N/O
Six Universal Air Solenoids, N/O
Battery Disconnect Switch — Battery Box-Mounted
Positive Disconnect
Battery Disconnect Switch — Cab Floor-Mounted
Positive Disconnect
6 Universal Air Solenoids. N/C
Special 200 AMP Max. Lift Gate Power Source — 2
Gauge Power Cable
Power Source For Customer Lift Gate — 0 Gauge
Power Cable
Power Source, Dual Pole Terminal for Power Lift
Gate Feed
Battery Disconnect Switch (Power to PDC) {Joseph
Pollak} – Lever Operated, Mounted on Battery Box
Battery Disconnect Switch (Power to PDC) –
Locking, Key Operated, Mounted on Battery Box
Battery Disconnect Switch (Power to PDC) {Joseph
Pollak} – Lever Operated, Cab Mounted
Battery Disconnect Switch (Power to PDC) {Joseph
Pollak} – Key Operated, Cab Mounted
Pedestal-Mounted Work Light
Fog Lights (Peterson) – Amber, Rectangular –
WorkStar Series
Fog Lights (Peterson) – Clear, Rectangular –
WorkStar Series
Work Light Accommodation Package –
Customer-Supplied Light or Aux. Application
08WPL
Fog Lights – Amber, Oval – DuraStar Series
08WPM
Fog Lights – Clear, Oval – DuraStar Series
08WPZ
08WRB
Test Exterior Lamps Except Back-Ups
Headlights on with Wipers
In Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 1
RPM (EOF)/6 Momentary Switches
08WSK
SECTION 05 - PAGE 2
Section Name
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Packages
Section & Page #
Section 13-Page 10
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 1
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 1
Worklight and Outside Cab Power Features
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
In Cab Battery Feed Power Source
Liftgate Accommodation Package
Section 14-Page 1
Section 07-Page 5
Section 10-Page 1
Section 27-Page 1
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 5
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Turn/Tail Lights
Section 13-Page 13
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Section 25-Page 5
Bodybuilder Wiring for Stop/Turn/Tail Lights
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Section 13-Page 13
Section 25-Page 1
Section 25-Page 1
Section 25-Page 1
Section 25-Page 1
Section 12-Page 9
Productivity Features
Section 11-Page 4
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Section 25-Page 1
Section 25-Page 1
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 5
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 5
Remote Air Solenoid Module
Section 25-Page 1
Liftgate Accommodation Package
Section 27-Page 1
Liftgate Accommodation Package
Section 27-Page 1
Liftgate Accommodation Package
Section 27-Page 1
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 5
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 5
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 6
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 07-Page 6
Worklight and Outside Cab Power Features
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Packages
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Packages
Section 14-Page 1
Worklight and Outside Cab Power Features
Section 14-Page 1
Section 12-Page 1
Section 12-Page 1
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Packages
Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Packages
Productivity Features
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Section 11-Page 1
Section 07-Page 4
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 1
October 2012
Section 12-Page 1
Section 12-Page 1
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
GENERAL
Feature Code
08WSM
08WTJ
08WXB
08WXN
08WZG
08WZP
08XBK
08WXD
12VXT
12VXU
12VXV
12VXY
12VYL
12VZA
12VZB
13GSB
13GSS
13WDH
13GUE
13GUG
13WDN
13WUA
13WUB
13WUC
13WUD
13WUE
13WUG
13WUH
13WUJ
13WUK
13WUL
13WUM
Feature Code Index
Description
Section Name
In-Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 1
Remote Power Modules
RPM (BOC)/6 Momentary Switches
In-Cab Switch Controls for Body Accessories, 1
Remote Power Modules
RPM (EOF)/6 Latched Switches
Headlight Warning System
Productivity Features
Worklights (2) (Grote) 60 series
Work Light and Outside Cab Power Features
In-Cab Junction Stud-100A Battery Feed for Body
Body Builder Integration Harness
Builders
Battery Warning Indicator Light
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps
Auxiliary 40 Amp Circuit, Switch-Controlled
Work Light and Outside Cab Power Features
Park Brake Alarm
Productivity Features
Remote Engine Speed Control: Stationary, Variable
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Speed Control
Remote Engine Speed Control: Stationary, Pre-Set
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Speed Control
Remote Engine Speed Control: Mobile, Variable
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Speed Control
Remote-Mounted Engine Speed Control
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Accessory Wiring for Road Speed Wire Coiled
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Under Instrument Panel
Remote-Mounted Engine Speed Control, Direct
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Wire — for Post 2007 International® Engines
Engine Control, Remote Mounted for PTO with
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
MaxxForce 11 & 13 Engines
Eaton 6-Spd Hybrid without ePTO Capability
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
6-Spd Auto Manual with Electronic Shift Controls
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
not with ePTO capability – Beverage Tractor only
Wiring for Transmission/PTO Controls for Allison
PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
2000, 2100, 2200, 2400, 2500 Series
Transmission, Manual {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid
EH-8E406A-UP} 6-Speed Automated Manual,
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Hybrid Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls,
ePTO Capability, Less APG Capability
Transmission, Manual {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid
EH-8E406A-UPG} 6-Speed Automated Manual,
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Hybrid Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls,
ePTO Capability, APG Capability
PTO Control, Dash Mounted
PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
Automatic Neutral Allison WT Transmission Shifts Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
to Neutral When Park Brake is Engaged
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Highway Series (HS); Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
General Purpose Trucks
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
(RDS); General Purpose Trucks, Construction
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Emergency Vehicle Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Series (EVS); Rescue, Ambulance
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Emergency Vehicle Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Series (EVS); Fire/Pumper, Tank, Aerial/Ladder
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Truck Recreational
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Vehicle (TRV)
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
(RDS); Airport Refueler, Sewer Evac
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
(RDS); Front Loaders, Rear Loaders, Recycling/
Transmission Codes
Packer Trucks
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
(RDS); Side Loaders
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
(RDS); Street Sweeper
Transmission Codes
Allison Spare Input/Output for Pupil Transportation Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Series (PTS)
Transmission Codes
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
October 2012
Section & Page #
Section 18-Page 1
Section 18-Page 2
Section 11-Page 6
Section 14-Page 1
Section 22-Page 3
Section 07-Page 8
Section 14-Page 5
Section 11-Page 3
Section 24-Page 12
Section 24-Page 12
Section 24-Page 13
Section 24-Page 1
Section 24-Page 39
Section 24-Page 1
Section 24-Page 1
Section 30-Page 19
Section 30-Page 19
Section 23-Page 54
Section 30-Page 1
Section 30-Page 1
Section 23-Page 54
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
Section 16-Page 6
SECTION 05 - PAGE 3
GENERAL
Feature Code Index
Feature Code
13WUP
13WUR
13WUS
13WUT
13WUU
13WUV
13WUZ
13XAA
13ZYV
13ZYW
13ZYX
16HCK
16HCL
16HGG
16HGH
16HGJ
16HGL
16HGN
16HHT
16HKA
16HKT
16VCN
16WJU
16VCP
16WJV
16WKB
16WKZ
16WLM
60AAA
60AAB
Description
Allison Spare Input/Output for Bus Series (B)
Allison Spare Input/Output for Dump/Construction
with Two- Speed Axle or Auxiliary Transmission
(RDS)
Allison Spare Input/Output for Rugged Duty Series
(RDS); General Purpose Trucks Modified for Single
Input Auto Neutral
Allison Spare Input/Output for Emergency Vehicle
Series (EVS); without Split Shaft PTO
Allison Spare Input/Output for Specialty
Transmission Series (SP)
Allison Spare Input/Output for Highway Series (HP);
General Purpose Trucks Modified for Single Input
Auto Neutral
Allison Spare Input/Output for Emergency Vehicle
Series (EVS), 127/198 includes J1939 Based Auto
Neutral; Fire/Pumper, Tank, Aerial/Ladder
Dash-Mounted PTO Control for Customer- Provided
Clutched, Air-Shifted PTO
HEV, Power Electronics Carrier, Back of Fuel Tank
HEV, Power Electronics Carrier, Back of Battery
Box
HEV, Power Electronics Carrier, Behind PEC
Seatbelt Warning Prewire – 1 to 3 Belts
Seatbelt Warning Prewire – 4 to 6 Belts
Optional Engine Oil Temperature Gauge
Optional Allison Transmission Oil Temperature
Gauge
Optional Manual Transmission Oil Temperature
Gauge
Optional Rear Axle Oil Temperature Gauge
Optional Air Application Gauge
Optional Ammeter Gauge
Optional IP Cluster display — Omit fault codes
IP Cluster Display Diagnostics
Remote Keyless Entry w/Aux. Work Light Feature
Power Windows/Locks (2)
Keyless Entry Remote w/ Trailer Function
Power Windows/Locks (4)
Air Conditioning
Remote Keyless Entry and Use of Aux Feature
PTO Hourmeter for Customer-Supplied PTO
Remote Power Module (1) With 6 Latched Switches
Remote Power Modules (2) With 12 Latched
Switches
®
60AAC
60AAD
60AAE
60AAG
60AAH
60AAJ
60AAK
60AAL
60AAM
®
International Diamond Logic PowerPack 3,
Battery Box Mount
Remote Power Modules (2) With 6 Latched
Switches
International® Diamond Logic ® PowerPack 3, Temp
Mount
Remote Power Module (1) With 6 Latched Switches
Remote Power Modules (2) With 12 Latched
Switches
Remote Power Modules (3) With 18 Latched
Switches
Remote Power Modules (2) Special With 6 Latched
Switches
Remote Power Module Special
Remote Power Module (1) With No Switches
SECTION 05 - PAGE 4
Section Name
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Code
Section & Page #
Section 16-Page 6
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Section 16-Page 7
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Section 16-Page 7
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Section 16-Page 7
Section 16-Page 7
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Section 16-Page 7
Transmission Spare Input/Outputs and
Transmission Codes
Section 16-Page 7
PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
Section 23-Page 54
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Section 30-Page 1
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Section 30-Page 1
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Productivity Features
Productivity Features
Gauges
Section 30-Page 1
Section 11-Page 6
Section 11-Page 6
Section 17-Page 3
Gauges
Section 17-Page 4
Gauges
Section 17-Page 5
Gauges
Gauges
Gauges
Gauges
Gauges
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry
Air Conditioning
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry
PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
Remote Power Modules
Section 17-Page 6
Section 17-Page 8
Section 17-Page 9
Section 17-Page 11
Section 17-Page 11
Section 09-Page 1
Section 09-Page 1
Section 09-Page 1
Section 09-Page 1
Section 15-Page 1
Section 09-Page 1
Section 23-Page 83
Section 18-Page 2
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
Features
Section 28-Page 1
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
Features
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
Remote Power Modules
Remote Power Modules
Section 18-Page 2
Section 18-Page 1
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GENERAL
Feature Code
60AAN
60ABA
60ABB
60ABC
60ABD
60ABE
60ABK
60ABL
60ABM
60ABN
60ACA
60ACB
60ACC
60ACD
60ACE
60ACG
60ACH
60ACJ
60ACK
60ACS
60ACT
60ACU
60ACV
60ACW
60ACX
60AJA
60AJC
60AJD
60AJE
60AJG
60AJH
60AJJ
Feature Code Index
Description
Section Name
Remote Power Module (1) With No Switches
Remote Power Modules
Cable Shift PTO Accommodation Package
PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
Muncie Lectra-Shift PTO Accommodation Package PTO (Power Take OFF) and PTO Hourmeter
Remote Start/Stop
Remote Start/Stop Feature
Remote Start/Stop With Emergency Pump
Remote Start/Stop Feature
Accommodation
Electric Over Hydraulic PTO Accommodation
PTO (Power Take OFF)
Package
Electric Over Air (Non-Clutched) PTO
PTO (Power Take OFF)
Accommodation Package
Electric Over Air (Clutched) PTO Accommodation
PTO (Power Take OFF)
Package
I/O Expansion Harness
Body Builder Integration Harness
I/O Expansion Harness
Body Builder Integration Harness
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
One Latched Switch
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
Two Latched Switches
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
Three Latched Switches
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
Four Latched Switches
In Cab Switch Controls for High Current (40AMP)
Power Features Using Remote Power Modules
Body Accessories
In Cab Switch Control (1) With Vehicle Speed
Power Features Using Remote Power Modules
Interlock for Body Accessories
In Cab Switch Controls (2) With Vehicle Speed
Power Features Using Remote Power Modules
Interlock for Body Accessories
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
Five Latched Switches
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
Six Latched Switches
In Cab/External Switch for Body Accessories (3–
Power Features using Remote Power Modules
Way Momentary), Two Switches
In Cab/External Switch for Body Accessories (3–
Power Features using Remote Power Modules
Way Momentary), Two Switches
In Cab/External Switch for Body Accessories (3–
Power Features using Remote Power Modules
Way Momentary), Three Switches
Unadvertised Code for Remote Power Module with
Remote Power Modules
an Additional Six Latched Switches
Body Integration Input/Output Expansion Harness
Body Builder Integration Harness
(DLB Controlled
Theft Deterrent Feature
Theft Deterrent
Throttle Control Accommodation for Single
Customer- Mounted External Engine Speed Control Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Switch – Recovery Applications
Special Gauge Cluster Indicators and Alarms (Gate
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Open and Rear Alert) for Refuse Applications
Special Gauge Cluster Indicators and Alarms
(Boom Not Stowed and Outriggers Not Stowed) for Indicator Lights and Alarms
Utility Applications
Throttle Control Accommodation for Single
Customer- Mounted External Engine Speed Control Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Switch – General Purpose
Throttle Control Accommodation for Single
Customer- Mounted External Engine Speed Control Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Switch – Utility Applications
Remote Throttle Control for Dual Function Engine
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Running/Emergency Power Engine Off
Remote Throttle Control for Customer- mounted
Remote Engine Speed Control Features
Momentary Switch – Refuse Applications
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
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Section & Page #
Section 18-Page 2
Section 23-Page 1
Section 23-Page 6
Section 26-Page 1
Section 26-Page 3
Section 23-Page 17
Section 23-Page 26
Section 23-Page 35
Section 22-Page 1
Section 22-Page 1
Section 18-Page 13
Section 18-Page 13
Section 18-Page 13
Section 18-Page 13
Section 20-Page 1
Section 20-Page 2
Section 20-Page 7
Section 18-Page 13
Section 18-Page 13
Section 20-Page 14
Section 20-Page 16
Section 20-Page 19
Section 18-Page 13
Section 22-Page 1
Section 29-Page 1
Section 24-Page 21
Section 21-Page 1
Section 21-Page 5
Section 24-Page 25
Section 24-Page 29
Section 24-Page 32
Section 24-Page 36
SECTION 05 - PAGE 5
GENERAL
Feature Code
60AJK
60AJL
60AJM
60AJN
60AJR
60AJS
60AJT
60AJU
60AJV
60AJW
60AJX
60AJY
60AJZ
60AKA
60AKB
60AKC
60AKD
60AKE
60AKG
60AKK
60AKL
595AKY
595ANR
595ABC
Feature Code Index
Description
Section Name
Body Integration, Indicator Lights (Body Up and
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Gate Open) Plow/Dump Applications
Remote Power Module (1) With 6 Latched
Remote Power Modules
Switches
Remote Power Module (2) With 12 Latched
Remote Power Modules
Switches
®
®
PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
International Diamond Logic PowerPack 3,
Features
Battery Box Mount
Dash Indicator Light – Red (1)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Red (2)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Red (3)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Red (6)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Green (1)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Green (2)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Green (3)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Green (6)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Yellow (1)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Yellow (2)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Yellow (3)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Dash Indicator Light – Yellow (6)
Indicator Lights and Alarms
Auxiliary Power Generator – Hybrid Mounted Inside PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
Rail, Back of Cab
Features
Auxiliary Power Generator – Hybrid Mounted Left PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
Side Outside Rail, Back of Cab
Features
PTO Control, Engine Compartment (LS)
PTO (Power Take Off) and PTO Hourmeter
Bdy INTG, Headlight Wig Wag, Park Brake Disables Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
Wig Wag
Packages
Bdy INTG, Headlight Wig Wag, Park Brake Disables Fog, Plow and Guide Post Accommodation
High Beam, Enables Low Beam
Packages
Electrical Functionality without associated feature
Dome Light Features
codes
Electrical Functionality without associated feature
Park Brake Applied Connection
codes
Electrical Functionality without associated feature
Brake Applied Connection
codes
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Section 21-Page 9
Section 18-Page 2
Section 18-Page 3
Section 28-Page 16
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 13
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 21-Page 12
Section 28-Page 15
Section 28-Page 15
Section 23-Page 44
Section 12-Page 14
Section 12-Page 14
Section 31-Page 1
Section 31-Page 2
Section 13-Page 3
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BODY CONTROLLER
BODY CONTROLLER
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3200, DURASTAR, WORKSTAR MODELS
At the center of the Diamond Logic ® Electrical System is the Body Controller (BC). The BC is an electronic
module that provides multiple analog and switched input/output interfaces to monitor vehicle sensors and
control vehicle functions through solid state switches, relay driver outputs, and serial data communications.
Serial datalinks connected to the BC include the following:
• A drivetrain J1939 datalink to communicate information between the engine, transmission, Antilock Brake
System (ABS), the BC, and the Instrument Panel (IP)
• A switch datalink for communicating switch status between the rocker switch assemblies (in the IP and the
switches in the door pods) and the BC
• A Body Builder datalink to interface optional input/output modules with the BC
The BC is located under the IP behind a kick plate to the left of the driver’s left foot. All connections are now
located inside the cab with the exception of the power connection that passes through the dash panel to the
engine compartment. The BC provides a standard interface signals for the park brake set signal. This interface
signal is described at the end of this section. The BC receives battery power from the maxi-fuse block and
Ignition (IGN) power from the IP harness.
f_015
Body Controller (BC)
NOTE: Pins E3, E5, and E7 of the BC 32-way connector (1602) are the Zero Volt References (ZVR) for various
sensors on the vehicle and should NEVER have battery voltage applied to them. Doing so will permanently
damage the BC. Do not connect other Ground (GND) signals to the ZVR.
NOTE: All connectors are viewed as looking at the terminal side of the connector.
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BODY CONTROLLER
■
BC CONNECTOR J3 (1600)
BC Connector J3 (1600)
f_016
Table 13
#1600 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
Type
A1
A2
A3
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
A4
Input (Gnd Active)
A5
Input (Gnd Active)
A6
Input (Gnd Active)
A7
Input (Gnd Active)
A8
Input (Gnd Active)
A9
A10
A11
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
A12
Input (Gnd Active)
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
A13
Input (Gnd Active)
A14
Input (Gnd Active)
A15
A16
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
Accessory Switch Input Accessory Switch Input Accessory Switch Input Accessory Switch Input
AC Request
AC Request
AC Request
AC Request
AC Diagnostics
AC Diagnostics
AC Diagnostics
AC Diagnostics
Headlight Dimmer
Headlight Dimmer
Headlight Dimmer
Headlight Dimmer
Switch (Highbeam
Switch (Highbeam
Switch (Highbeam
Switch (Highbeam
Switch)
Switch)
Switch)
Switch)
Electric Horn Switch
Electric Horn Switch
Electric Horn Switch
Electric Horn Switch
Input
Input
Input
Input
Right Turn Signal
Right Turn Signal
Right Turn Signal
Right Turn Signal
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
Left Turn Signal Switch Left Turn Signal Switch Left Turn Signal Switch Left Turn Signal Switch
Input
Input
Input
Input
Washer Fluid Low
Washer Fluid Low
Washer Fluid Low
Washer Fluid Low
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
Wiper Switch 0
Wiper Switch 0
Wiper Switch 0
Wiper Switch 0
Wiper Switch 1
Wiper Switch 1
Wiper Switch 1
Wiper Switch 1
Wiper Switch 2
Wiper Switch 2
Wiper Switch 2
Wiper Switch 2
Manual Park Brake
Manual Park Brake
Air Park Brake Switch Air Park Brake Switch
Switch
Switch
Door Switch Input
Door Switch Input
Door Switch Input
Door Switch Input
Flash-to- Pass Switch Flash-to- Pass Switch Flash-to- Pass Switch Flash-to- Pass Switch
Input
Input
Input
Input
Washer Pump
Washer Pump
Washer Pump
Washer Pump
IGN Switch InputI
IGN Switch InputI
IGN Switch InputI
IGN Switch InputI
B1
B2
B3*
B4
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Open
Open
Open
Open
Primary Air Pressure Primary Air Pressure Auxiliary Air Pressure Auxiliary Air Pressure
Secondary Air PressureSecondary Air Pressure
Open
Open
Open
Clutch Switch
Open
Clutch Switch
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BODY CONTROLLER
#1600 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
Type
B5
Input (Gnd Active)
B6
Input (Gnd Active
B7
Input (Gnd Active)
B8
Input (Gnd Active)
B9
Input (Gnd Active)
B10
B11
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
B12
Input (Gnd Active)
B13
Input (Gnd Active)
B14
Input (Gnd Active)
B15
Input (Gnd Active)
B16
Input (Gnd Active)
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
AC Accumulator Inlet AC Accumulator Inlet AC Accumulator Inlet AC Accumulator Inlet
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
MD: Open
MD: Open
Open
Open
SS: Engine Oil Temp (Cat SS: Engine Oil Temp (Cat
engine only)
engine only)
Transmission Oil
Transmission Oil
Temperature Sensor
Temperature Sensor
PTO State Input
PTO State Input
(Manual) OR PTO State
(Manual) OR PTO State
Input
Input
Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input
— Right Side
— Right Side
— Right Side
— Right Side
Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input Fuel Level Sensor Input
— Left Side
— Left Side
— Left Side
— Left Side
FR(Front) Axle Oil TempFR(Front) Axle Oil TempFR(Front) Axle Oil TempFR(Front) Axle Oil Temp
RR(Rear) Axle Oil Temp RR(Rear) Axle Oil Temp RR(Rear) Axle Oil Temp RR(Rear) Axle Oil Temp
AC Pressure
AC Pressure
AC Pressure
AC Pressure
Transducer Signal
Transducer Signal
Transducer Signal
Transducer Signal
AC Accumulator Outlet AC Accumulator Outlet AC Accumulator Outlet AC Accumulator Outlet
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Brake Application
Brake Application
Open
Open
Pressure
Pressure
Open
Open
Open
Open
Steering Wheel Cruise Steering Wheel Cruise Steering Wheel Cruise Steering Wheel Cruise
Switches Input
Switches Input
Switches Input
Switches Input
The circuit attached to pin B3 should NOT have additional connections or splices added on an air chassis.
NOTE: All outputs will handle up to a 500 milliAmpere load unless stated otherwise.
NOTE: Circuits labeled “Gnd Active", “12v Active", or “5v Active” are open circuit until active.
No connections or splices are allowable on any signals that are highlighted in bold italic.
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BC CONNECTOR J4 (1601)
BC Connector J4 (1601)
f_017
Table 14
#1601 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
Type
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
TEM Pump Inhibit Relay TEM Pump Inhibit Relay TEM Pump Inhibit Relay TEM Pump Inhibit Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
Output (Low Side Driver)
OR TEM Aux Relay
Driver 2
Driver 2
Driver 2
Driver 2
TEM Engine Stop Relay TEM Engine Stop Relay TEM Engine Stop Relay TEM Engine Stop Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
OR TEM Aux Relay
Output (Low Side Driver)
OR TEM Aux Relay
Driver 1
Driver 1
Driver 1
Driver 1
Auto Neutral Relay OR
Auto Neutral Relay OR
Open OR Advanced
LCT Column Shifter IGN Open OR Advanced LCT Column Shifter IGN
Output (Low Side Driver)
Logic Relay Driver #3
Relay OR Advanced
Logic Relay Driver #3
Relay OR Advanced
Logic Relay Driver #3
Logic Relay Driver #3
MD: Theft Deterrent OR MD: Theft Deterrent OR
Advanced Logic Relay Advanced Logic Relay
Theft Deterrent OR
Theft Deterrent OR
Driver #4
Driver #4
Advanced Logic Relay Advanced Logic Relay
Output (Low Side Driver)
SS: Theft Deterrent OR SS: Theft Deterrent OR
Driver #4
Driver #4
Advanced Logic Relay Advanced Logic Relay
Driver #4
Driver #4
40 Amp Aux Circuit OR 40 Amp Aux Circuit OR 40 Amp Aux Circuit OR 40 Amp Aux Circuit OR
Output (Low Side Driver)
Stop Relay (Brake Pedal) Stop Relay (Brake Pedal) Stop Relay (Brake Pedal) Stop Relay (Brake Pedal)
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Output (Low Side Driver)
High/Low Speed
High/Low Speed
High/Low Speed
High/Low Speed
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Windshield Wiper
Output (Low Side Driver)
Power (On/Off)
Power (On/Off)
Power (On/Off)
Power (On/Off)
MD: LCT Shifter — PB
MD: LCT Shifter — PB
position unlock solenoid
position unlock solenoid
MD: Open
SS: LCT Shifter— PB
SS: LCT Shifter— PB
SS: Odometer Shut-off
Output (Low Side Driver)
Open
position unlock solenoid
position unlock solenoid
Relay
OR Odometer Shut-off
OR Odometer Shut-off
Relay
Relay
Air Solenoid #7/Relay
Air Solenoid #7/Relay
Air Solenoid #7/Relay
Air Solenoid #7/Relay
Output (High Side Driver)
Driver #7
Driver #7
Driver #7
Driver #7
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BODY CONTROLLER
#1601 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
Type
E10
Output (High Side Driver)
E11
Output (High Side Driver)
E12
Output (High Side Driver)
E13
Output (High Side Driver)
E14
Output (High Side Driver)
E15
Output (High Side Driver)
F1
Output (High Side Driver)
F2
Output (High Side Driver)
F3
Output (High Side Driver)
F4
Output (High Side Driver)
F5
Output (High Side Driver)
F6
Output (High Side Driver)
F7
Output (High Side Driver)
F8
Output (High Side Driver)
F9
Output (High Side Driver)
F10
Output (High Side Driver)
F11
F12
Output (High Side Driver)
Output (High Side Driver)
F13
Output (High Side Driver)
F14
Output (High Side Driver)
F15
Output (High Side Driver)
F16
Output (High Side Driver)
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
Trailer Tail Lights (Tractor Trailer Tail Lights (Tractor
Body Builder Tail Lights/ Body Builder Tail Lights/
or Body Builder Lighting)/ or Body Builder Lighting)/
Air Solenoid #13/Relay Air Solenoid #13/Relay
Air Solenoid #13/Relay Air Solenoid #13/Relay
Driver #13
Driver #13
Driver #13
Driver #13
Trailer Auxiliary Circuit Trailer Auxiliary Circuit
TEM PTO Engagement TEM PTO Engagement
OR TEM PTO
OR TEM PTO
Relay (Lectra-Shift)
Relay (Lectra-Shift)
Engagement Relay
Engagement Relay
(Lectra-Shift)
(Lectra-Shift)
Air Solenoid #3/Relay
Air Solenoid #3/Relay
Air Solenoid #3/Relay
Air Solenoid #3/Relay
Driver #3
Driver #3
Driver #3
Driver #3
Air Solenoid #5/Relay
Air Solenoid #5/Relay
Air Solenoid #5/Relay
Air Solenoid #5/Relay
Driver #5
Driver #5
Driver #5
Driver #5
Right Plow Lights Relay Right Plow Lights Relay Right Plow Lights Relay Right Plow Lights Relay
Trailer Right Turn Signal Trailer Right Turn Signal
(Tractor or Body Builder (Tractor or Body Builder Body Builder Right Turn Body Builder Right Turn
Lighting)/Air Solenoid Signal/Air Solenoid #14/ Signal/Air Solenoid #14/
Lighting)/Air Solenoid
Relay Driver #14
Relay Driver #14
#14 (Truck)/Relay Driver #14 (Truck)/Relay Driver
#14
#14
Park Brake Relay
Park Brake Relay
Park Brake Relay
Park Brake Relay
Air Solenoid #11/Relay Air Solenoid #11/Relay Air Solenoid #11/Relay Air Solenoid #11/Relay
Driver #11
Driver #11
Driver #11
Driver #11
Air Solenoid #12/Relay Air Solenoid #12/Relay Air Solenoid #12/Relay Air Solenoid #12/Relay
Driver #12
Driver #12
Driver #12
Driver #12
Air Solenoid #6/Relay
Air Solenoid #6/Relay
Air Solenoid #6/Relay
Air Solenoid #6/Relay
Driver #6
Driver #6
Driver #6
Driver #6
Air Solenoid #8/Relay
Air Solenoid #8/Relay
Air Solenoid #8/Relay
Air Solenoid #8/Relay
Driver #8
Driver #8
Driver #8
Driver #8
Air Solenoid #9/Relay
Air Solenoid #9/Relay
Air Solenoid #9/Relay
Air Solenoid #9/Relay
Driver #9
Driver #9
Driver #9
Driver #9
Air Solenoid #10/Relay Air Solenoid #10/Relay Air Solenoid #10/Relay Air Solenoid #10/Relay
Driver #10
Driver #10
Driver #10
Driver #10
Air Solenoid #4/Relay
Air Solenoid #4/Relay
Air Solenoid #4/Relay
Air Solenoid #4/Relay
Driver #4
Driver #4
Driver #4
Driver #4
Left Plow Lights Relay
Left Plow Lights Relay
Left Plow Lights Relay
Left Plow Lights Relay
Air Solenoid #2/Relay
Air Solenoid #2/Relay
Air Solenoid #2/Relay
Air Solenoid #2/Relay
Driver #2
Driver #2
Driver #2
Driver #2
Fuel Pump Transfer
Fuel Pump Transfer
Fuel Pump Transfer
Fuel Pump Transfer
Particulate Trap Indicator Particulate Trap Indicator Particulate Trap Indicator Particulate Trap Indicator
Trailer Left Turn Signal Trailer Left Turn Signal
(Tractor or Body Builder (Tractor or Body Builder Body Builder Left Turn Body Builder Left Turn
Lighting)/Air Solenoid Signal/Air Solenoid #16/ Signal/Air Solenoid #16/
Lighting)/Air Solenoid
Relay Driver #16
Relay Driver #16
#16 (Truck)/Relay Driver #16 (Truck)/Relay Driver
#16
#16
Trailer Marker Lights
Trailer Marker Lights
Body Builder Marker
Body Builder Marker
(Tractor or Body Builder (Tractor or Body Builder
Lighting)/Air Solenoid Lights/Air Solenoid #15/ Lights/Air Solenoid #15/
Lighting)/Air Solenoid
Relay Driver #15
Relay Driver #15
#15 (Truck)/Relay Driver #15 (Truck)/Relay Driver
#15
#15
Trailer or Body Builder Trailer or Body Builder Trailer or Body Builder Trailer or Body Builder
Stop Lights
Stop Lights
Stop Lights
Stop Lights
Exhaust System High
Exhaust System High
Exhaust System High
Exhaust System High
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
NOTE: All outputs will handle up to a 500 mAmp load unless stated otherwise.
NOTE: Circuits labeled “Gnd Active", “12v Active", or “5v Active” are open circuit until active.
NOTE: For Air Solenoid/Relay Driver wiring see the Air Solenoid section of this manual or consult the
applicable circuit diagram manual.
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BODY CONTROLLER
No connections or splices are allowable on any signals that are highlighted in bold italic.
*Ampere
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BC CONNECTOR J5 (1602)
BC Connector J5 (1602)
f_018
Table 15
#1602 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
Pin
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
E10
E11
E12
E13
E14
E15
E16*
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Type
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Type
Automatic Transmission Manual Transmission
Automatic
Manual Transmission
Transmission
Input/Output
Switch Datalink –
Switch Datalink –
Switch Datalink –
Switch Datalink –
Input/Output
Switch Datalink +
Switch Datalink +
Switch Datalink +
Switch Datalink +
Reference
ZVR (1)
ZVR (1)
ZVR (1)
ZVR (1)
Output
+5V Output (A)
+5V Output (A)
+5V Output (A)
+5V Output (A)
Reference
ZVR (2)
ZVR (2)
ZVR (2)
ZVR (2)
Output
+5V Output (B)
+5V Output (B)
+5V Output (B)
+5V Output (B)
Reference
ZVR (3)
ZVR (3)
ZVR (3)
ZVR (3)
Output
+5V Output (C)
+5V Output (C)
+5V Output (C)
+5V Output (C)
Input (Gnd Active)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Input (Gnd Active)
Open
Open
Open
Open
Input (Gnd Active)
Headlight Enable
Headlight Enable
Headlight Enable
Headlight Enable
Air Horn Solenoid/Air
Air Horn Solenoid/Air
Air Horn Solenoid/Air
Air Horn Solenoid/Air
Input/Output
Solenoid #1/Relay Driver Solenoid #1/Relay Driver Solenoid #1/Relay Driver Solenoid #1/Relay Driver
#1
#1
#1
#1
Input/Output
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Input (Gnd Active)
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
Input (Gnd Active)
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
Brake Switch Input
GND
AC Coupled GND
AC Coupled GND
AC Coupled GND
AC Coupled GND
Input (Gnd Active)
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
Input/Output
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
Input/Output
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
Input (Gnd Active)
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
J1939 Shield Datalink
Input/Output
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
J1939– Datalink
Input/Output
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
J1939+ Datalink
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BODY CONTROLLER
#1602 In-Cab
32-Way Connector
Pin
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
Type
Air Chassis
Pin Description
Automatic Transmission Manual Transmission
Hydraulic Full Power Chassis
Pin Description
Automatic
Transmission
N/A
Air Horn Switch Input
Seat Belt Alarm Input
Backup Light State OR
Electric Trailer Brake
Controller Input
N/A
N/A
Air Horn Switch Input
Air Horn Switch Input
Seat Belt Alarm Input
Seat Belt Alarm Input
Backup Light State OR
Backup Light State OR
Electric Trailer Brake
Input (Gnd Active)
Electric Trailer Brake
Controller Input
Controller Input
MD: Hood Switch Input for Two Speed Axle Switch
Open
Input (Gnd Active)
HEV
Input
Input (Gnd Active)
TEM Aux Input 2
TEM Aux Input 2
TEM Aux Input 2
MD: N/A
MD: N/A
MD: N/A
SS: Variable Speed
SS: Variable Speed
Input (Gnd Active)
SS: Variable Speed
Engine Fan
Engine Fan
Engine Fan
Input (Gnd Active)
TEM Aux Input 1
TEM Aux Input 1
TEM Aux Input 1
TEM Remote Start/Stop TEM Remote Start/Stop TEM Remote Start/Stop
Input (Gnd Active)
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
MD: SAAR Input
Input (Gnd Active) SS: Single Speed T-Case SS: Single Speed T-Case
MD: SAAR Input
Motion Sensor
Motion Sensor
Input (Gnd Active)
Input (Gnd Active)
Manual Transmission
N/A
Air Horn Switch Input
Seat Belt Alarm Input
Backup Light State OR
Electric Trailer Brake
Controller Input
Two Speed Axle Switch
Input
TEM Aux Input 2
MD: N/A
SS: Variable Speed
Engine Fan
TEM Aux Input 1
TEM Remote Start/Stop
Switch Input
MD: SAAR Input
The circuit attached to pin E16 should NOT have additional connections or splices added on a hydraulic
chassis.
NOTE: All outputs will handle up to a 500 mAmp load unless stated otherwise.
NOTE: Circuits labeled “Gnd Active", “12v Active", or “5v Active” are open circuit until active.
NOTE: For Air Solenoid/Relay Driver wiring see the Air Solenoid section of this manual or consult the
applicable circuit diagram manual.
No connections or splices are allowable on any signals that are highlighted in bold italic.
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BC CONNECTOR J1 (1603)
BC Connector J1 (1603)
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Table 16
#1603 In-Cab
12-Way Connector
Signal Description
Pin
Type
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
10 AMP FET*
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
12 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
Right Front Turn Signal
Left Front Turn Signal
AC Compressor
Left Rear Turn Signal
Electric Horn
Left Fog Lamp
Work Light
Left Heated Mirror
Lift Gate
Right Fog Lamp
Right Heated Mirror
Right Rear Turn Signal
*Field Effect Transistor
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BODY CONTROLLER
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BC CONNECTOR J2 (1604)
BC Connector J1 (1603)
f_020
Table 17
#1604 In-Cab
10-Way Connector
Signal Description
Pin
Type
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
20 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
10 AMP FET
Windshield Wiper Power
Headlamp, Low Beam — Left
Headlamp, High Beam — Left
N/A
Cab GND
Park, Marker, Clearance, ID Lamp #2
Park, Marker, Clearance, ID Lamp #1
Headlamp, Low Beam — Right
Cab Dome Lamp Circuit
Headlamp, High Beam — Right
*Field Effect Transistor
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BODY CONTROLLER
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BATTERY, IGNITION & ACCESSORY TAPS
BATTERY, IGNITION & ACCESSORY TAPS
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STANDARD BATTERY AND IGNITION TAPS
FEATURE CODE DESCRIPTION
None
See radio and power source connections and fused battery connection sections for additional information.
Battery, Ignition (IGN) and accessory taps allow the customer to obtain battery IGN and accessory power from
various locations on the vehicle to operate various Body Builder or after-market accessories such as lights,
motors, heaters, cell phones, computers, etc.
NOTE: When adding any circuit, be sure to protect the circuit being added. See the General Electric section for
circuit protection information.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
Battery Connections
Location 1: Exterior battery tap in battery box.
Attach to battery post using ring terminals. Circuits should not be connected to the battery if vehicle is equipped
with sealed battery terminals.
NOTE: Do not use starter stud for battery power, as extra terminals may cause nut to loosen.
Location 1: Exterior Battery Tap In Battery Box
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Location 2: Exterior battery tap driver's side engine compartment mega-fuse assembly
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Location 2: Exterior Battery tap Driver’s side Engine Compartment
Table 18 – Battery Feed Connection Points
Circuit
Max. Current
Terminal Size
Nut Torque
Special
Number
(Amperes)
—
20
5/16
12 Nm/9 lbf-ft
—
—
—
3/8
15 Nm/11 lbf-ft
**
Description
Location
Instructions
Mega-Fuse Stud, Outside Dash Panel,
Fused Side*
Driver’s Side
Positive Battery
Battery Box
Terminal*
* Additional “in-line” fuse of appropriate size must be added for circuit being added. Fuse should be located
close to power source.
Special Instructions
**Circuits should not be connected to the battery if vehicle is equipped with sealed battery terminals.
NOTE: Do not use starter stud for battery power, as extra terminals may cause nut to loosen.
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BATTERY, IGNITION & ACCESSORY TAPS
CONNECTING TO IGN SYSTEM
Location 1: Located by inside fuse panel.
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Passenger Side PDC
Table 19
Circuit
Color
Number
Max. Current
Special
(Amps)
Instructions
Description
Location
A14G
Red
15
A
Pigtail at fuse block
A13B
Pink
5
B
Pigtail protected by 5 AMP fuse
Inside Cab,
Passenger Side
Inside Cab,
Passenger Side
Special Instructions
a. Circuit A14G circuit protected by a 15 AMP fuse in fuse block. A relay is required if the battery load
exceeds 15 AMPS.
b. Circuit A13B circuit protected by a 5 AMP fuse in fuse block. A relay is required if the battery load exceeds
5 AMPS.
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BATTERY, IGNITION & ACCESSORY TAPS
On most vehicles, there are unused IGN bussed fuse locations in the PDC. These can be used for low current
IGN loads provided that the total IGN load in the PDC does not exceed the 40A rating for the ISO cube IGN
relay. For relay and fuse descriptions, see the product graphic located on the inside of the PDC cover.
Fuse terminal part numbers
18 gauge – 3515517C1
16 gauge – 3573312C1
14 gauge – 3573312C1
12 gauge – 3573311C1
TESTING
• For Battery taps, test to see that battery voltage is present at all times.
• For Accessory taps, test to see that battery voltage is present when the IGN key is in “Accessory” or “IGN”
key states
• For IGN taps, test to see that battery voltage is present when the IGN key is in “IGN” key state.
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HEADLIGHTS ON W/WIPERS
08WRB
HEADLIGHTS ON W/WIPERS Headlights Will Automatically Turn on if Windshield Wipers are turned on. There
are two functions, Lights On With Wipers (LOWW) and Day Time Running Lights (DTRL), available with this
sales code.
Function (LOWW): The Lights On With Wipers (LOWW) function turns on the low beam headlights (tail, marker
& clearance lights are also turned on with low beam headlights) whenever the windshield wipers are ON steady
or intermittent. The headlights will not be enabled in washer mode. When the wipers are turned OFF, headlights
will remain ON until the key is turned OFF or the headlight switch is cycled from OFF to ON to OFF.
Function (DTRL): The Day Time Running Lights (DTRL) function will turn on low beam headlights at 75% of
normal brightness whenever the key is in the RUN position and the Park Brake is OFF.
Both features may be enabled or disabled by using Diamond Logic ® Builder programming software.
NOTE: DTRL is required by law for Canadian registered vehicles and the feature must not be disabled.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: 595ALB
• Software feature codes that must be removed: NONE
• The Lights_on_with_Wipers parameters activates the Lights On With Wipers function when the On/Off box is
checked. If it is not checked the function is deactivated.
• The DTRL_Enabled parameter activates the daytime running lights function when the On/Off box is checked.
If it is not checked the function is deactivated.
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BATTERY, IGNITION & ACCESSORY TAPS
Table 20
Parameter
ID
Lights_on_with
_Wipers
317
DTRL_Enabled
188
Description
Activate/Deactivate headlights on with wipers. A
value of 1 enables and a value of 0 disables this
feature.
Activate/deactivate daytime running lights. A
value of 1 enables and a value of 0 disables this
feature.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Off
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
NOTE: The DTRL_Enable parameter is accessible only to Dealers.
WIRING INFORMATION
None
TESTING
1. If LOWW is wanted to be activated on the vehicle, check the parameter box for Lights_on_with_Wipers and
program the Body Controller.
2. Turn on the wipers (Steady or Intermittent) and verify that the low beam headlights, tail, marker and/or
clearance lights are turned on.
3. Turn off the wipers and verify that the above lights are OFF.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• For 08WRB, the software feature code 595ALB must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software (see local dealer).
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
local dealer if software is not owned).
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BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH
08WAD
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak} Lever Operated
08WCS
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak 51-315} Positive Type, Lever Operated, Mounted on Cab
Floor
08WHX
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak 51-316} Locking, Key Operated, Positive Type, Mounted on
Battery Box
08WHY
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak 51-316} Positive Type, Locking, Key Operated, Mounted on
Cab Floor
08WJT
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak} Lever Operated, Disconnect Power to PDC, Does Not
Disconnect Charging Circuits, Mounted on Battery Box
08WJU
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak} Locking, Key Operated, Disconnects Power to PDC, Does
Not Disconnect Charging Circuits, Mounted on Battery Box
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08WJV
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH (Joseph Pollak) for Cab Power Disconnect Switch; Cab Mounted, Lever
Operated, Disconnects Power to PDC, Does Not Disconnect Charging Circuits
08WJW
BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH {Joseph Pollak} Key Operated, Disconnects Power to PDC, Does Not
Disconnect Charging Circuits, Cab Mounted
The disconnect switch is used to shut down the entire battery-fed electrical system. When a vehicle is not going
to be used for several days or longer, this switch will shut off the system so that the electrical components on
the vehicle, if left on, do not drain the batteries of their charge. Customers have the choice between a key or
lever operated battery disconnect switch.
NOTE: The disconnect switch should never be used to shut off the engine as there is a possibility of the
alternator generating a high positive voltage spike which may result in electrical damage.
Battery Disconnect Switch (08WAD)
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is necessary if the vehicle is ordered from International® with the sales feature codes listed
above.
TESTING
1. Close switch.
2. Verify that the vehicle is providing 12-14 Volts to the starter motor.
3. Verify vehicle will start.
4. Turn engine off.
5. Open disconnect switch.
6. Verify vehicle systems do not have any electrical power.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
The disconnect switch cannot be put into the battery Ground (GND) cable as was previously done. The
electronic modules will provide a GND path around the master disconnect switch if this is tried. The engine and
transmission modules must always be connected to the batteries, even when the master disconnect switch is
open. Separate power and GND circuits are provided on each vehicle to the engine and transmission
electronics. To install a master disconnect switch, splice into the positive battery cable, or use OEM cables,
going from the batteries to the cranking motor and insert disconnect switch into that circuit (NOT 08WJT,
08WJU, 08WJV or 08WJW), as shown in Figure f_025. For 08WJT, 08WJU, 08WJV and 08WJW, the battery
disconnect switch must be inserted in the positive cable after the starter motor and all battery power leads from
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the starter motor positive terminal must be re-routed to the load side of the master disconnect switch. Ensure
that adequate electrical insulation is used between the positive battery cable, the switch mounting, and the
surrounding area. Place boots or covers over the disconnect switch studs to protect the batteries and cables
from accidental shorting. Do not disturb the direct connections from the battery to the engine or transmission
electronics. To reduce corrosion, dielectric grease should cover eyelets and studs.
CAUTION: Make sure that batteries are disconnected prior to performing any electrical work.
If a non-OEM switch is to be used, make sure it is designed to handle at least 1,000 AMPS (intermittent duty)
Installation Circuit for Battery Disconnect Switch (not 08WJT, 08WJU, 08WJV
or 08WJW)
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NOTE: If there is more than one positive cable, eyelet terminals will have to be stacked on the switch stud.
Some installations may not have GND strap to rail – if none exists, there is no need to add one.
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BATTERY WARNING INDICATOR
08WZP
BATTERY WARNING Green Indicator Mounted on Left Side of Instrument Panel above left side switch panel.
May be used with factory code 08WAD, 08WCS, 08WHX, 08WHY, 08WJT, 08WJU, 08WJV or 08WJW (battery
disconnect switch for cab power) or with a customer supplied disconnect.
The indicator will illuminate any time the battery disconnect switch is turned on regardless of key position.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Green “Battery On” indicator light and associated wiring to the battery disconnect switch.
Green “Battery On”
Indicator Light
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CB & 2-WAY RADIO ACCOMMODATION
CB & 2-WAY RADIO ACCOMMODATION PACKAGES
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CB RADIOS
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 4, Cab Accessories, CB Power Radio.
08RCB
CB RADIO Accommodation Package; Header Mounted; Feeds From Accessory Side of Ignition (IGN) Switch;
Includes Power Source and Two Antenna Bases with Wiring
• When installing a CB radio, this feature provides the power circuits required for hook-up. This
accommodation package includes a two-way connector with 10 Ampere (AMP) accessory power feed and
cab Ground (GND), dual CB antenna cables routed from the mirrors to the cab overhead console panel
opening, and two CB antenna mounts located at the top of each mirror. A strap is also provided in the header
to mount the customer-supplied CB radio. The CB antennas are not provided with this code. If the two
antennas are desired, an additional feature code 08RBK must be ordered.
08RBK
CB ANTENNA (2) {Pana-Pacific} Full Wave; 4.0’ Length Includes “International®” Name on Top
• Provides two 4’ long CB antennas.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
Locations for connecting to the vehicle IGN and cab GND have been provided. The table below lists the
connection point along with information about that point. For a complete diagram of the IGN system and for
connector and terminal part numbers, see vehicle circuit diagram manual.
Table 20
Feature Codes
Max. Current (Amps)
Power Feed
08RCB
10
Accessory
Description
CB Radio Accommodation Package
(Includes 2 Antenna Bases and Cable)
The mating connector for the CB connector is 1661196C1 and terminal 1661209C1 (16 gauge).
TESTING
To test these circuits, refer to the above chart and verify that battery voltage is present in the correct key-state
for each respective feature.
HOW DO I ADD THESE FEATURES?
If the vehicle was ordered without one of the desired features, they can be installed in the field. Refer to the
section “How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide for information on obtaining required
parts. The same parts that are used in the OEM installation are available (cables, components, etc.). Also, refer
to the circuit diagram that applies to the vehicle to aid in the installation.
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2-WAY RADIOS
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 4, Cab Accessories, 2-Way Radio.
08REA
2-WAY RADIO Wiring Effects; Wiring With 20 AMP Fuse Protection, Includes IGN Wire With 5 AMP Fuse, Wire
Ends Heat Shrink and 10’ Coil Taped to Base Harness
• Feature code 08REA provides a fused 20 AMP battery feed power wire, GND wire and fused 5 AMP IGN
feed for applications requiring two–way radio communications such as local municipal government units or
state DOT highway maintenance vehicles. The three wires are taped to the main cab harness.
08RGA
2-WAY RADIO Wiring Effects; Wiring With 20 AMP Fuse Protection, Includes IGN Wire with 5 AMP Fuse, Wire
Ends Heat Shrink and Routed to Center of Header Console in Cab
• Feature code 08RGA provides a fused 20 AMP battery feed power wire, GND wire and fused 5 AMP IGN
feed for applications requiring two–way radio communications such as local municipal government units or
state DOT highway maintenance vehicles. The three wires are located in the center of the header console in
the cab.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
Locations for connecting to the vehicle IGN have been provided. The table below lists the connection point
along with information about that point. For a complete diagram of the IGN system and for connector and
terminal part numbers, see vehicle circuit diagram manual.
Table 21
Feature Code
08REA
08RGA
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Max. Current (AMPS)
Power Feed
Description
20
5
20
5
Battery
IGN
Battery
IGN
Power feed to two-way radio
IGN feed to two-way radio
Power feed to two-way radio
Ignition feed to two-way radio
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08REA and 08RGA provide radio power and GND directly from the battery to minimize electrical noise on the
line.
The cable is coiled up under the Instrument Panel (IP) as shown above in 08REA, and is of sufficient length to
route to the back of the Travelcrew cab.
The wiring is located in the center of the header console in the cab for 08RGA.
TESTING
To test these circuits, refer to the applicable circuit diagram for the feature and verify that battery voltage is
present in the correct key-state for each respective feature.
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
If the vehicle was ordered without one of the desired features, it can be installed in the field. Refer to the “How
Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide for information on obtaining required parts. The same
parts that are used in the OEM installation are available (cables, components, etc.). Also, refer to the circuit
diagram that applies to the vehicle to aid in the installation.
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POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, REMOTE
KEYLESS ENTRY
POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
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KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM REMOTE/WINDOW, POWER
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 4, (Page 4 & 5) Cab Accessories, Front Door Windows
and Locks (Power), or For Crew for crew cab vehicles.
16WKZ
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM REMOTE With Panic and Auxiliary Buttons, Includes One Key Fob (Transmitter)
16VCN
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM REMOTE With Panic and Auxiliary Work Light Function, Includes One Key Fob
(Transmitter)
16VCP
KEYLESS ENTRY REMOTE W/ TRAILER FUNCTION
16WJU
WINDOW, POWER (2) and Power Locks, Left and Right Doors
16WJV
WINDOW, POWER (4) and Power Door Locks, Front and Rear Doors, Left and Right
16WSS
WINDOW, POWER and Power Lock, Left Side Only
Driver and passenger power windows and door locks are available. The driver switches are located on the
driver door trim and can control all door windows and locks. The passenger switches are located on the
passenger door trim and can control the passenger door window and all locks. Window express down is
available for all window switches by momentarily depressing the window down switch. The driver can “lockout”
all non-driver controllable window switches by momentarily depressing the lower left switch on the driver door
control.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE FOR SALES CODE:
16VCN: 595ABZ & 595ABT
16WJU: 595ABY
16WJV: 595AEJ
16WKZ, 16VCP: 595ABZ
16WSS: 595ALE
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POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, REMOTE
KEYLESS ENTRY
Driver's Side Door Pod
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Passenger's Side Door Pod
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The International® Keyless Entry System uses electronic door pods in the driver and passenger side doors
which also operate the power door locks and the power windows. If equipped with Remote Keyless Entry
(optional code), the memory in the receiver (front passenger door pod) learns the transmitter codes from the
key fobs (transmitters) and only recognizes those which it has learned in the programming process. Each
vehicle's passenger side door pod has the ability to learn up to six transmitter codes allowing the vehicle to be
accessed by six different key fobs. Each key fob has a unique code which can be learned by any number of
RKE equipped vehicles.
The key fob controls the following functions:
• Chirp of the horn and doors lock if the lock button is pressed on the key fob.
• Autolock function, which automatically locks the doors at a vehicle speed of 15 MPH see details below.
• Panic function, button with horn symbol, which chirps the horn on/off in unison with the headlights and park
lights for three minutes when the panic button on the key fob is pressed and the ignition (IGN) switch is off. If
the button is pressed prior to the time out period, the lights, etc. will go off
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KEYLESS ENTRY
• Pressing the “AUX” button will toggle the work light circuit on. Pressing the button will turn the work light off.
Vehicle must be ordered with work light or work light accommodation package.
With the IGN on, if wheel-based vehicle speed is above the auto lock speed, the park brake was released
below the auto lock speed and is still released, and the doors were closed below the auto lock speed and are
still closed, all doors will lock.
The auto lock feature will only lock the doors once regardless of the number of times the truck stops and starts.
Cycling the key and/or opening the door, while below the auto lock speed, will allow the auto lock feature to lock
the doors again when the speed conditions are met.
NOTE: Horn chirp, auto lock are programmable parameters.
Keyless Entry Controller
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TRANSMITTER LEARNING AND ERASING
Before the transmitter can be used for the first time, it has to be "learned" by the receiver. Up to 6 transmitters
with different identification codes can be learned by a single RKE Pod.
These procedures are designed for manual learning/erasing operations on a complete vehicle. They can be
used for learning replacement transmitters, for using up to six transmitters for accessing the same vehicle, or
for accessing any number of vehicles using the same transmitter. If RKE is being added to the vehicle,
additional programming of the Body Controller (BC) is required to operate the horn, panic, and dome light
functions with RKE.
PROCEDURE FOR ERASING ALL LEARNED TRANSMITTERS
1. Cycle the IGN from Off to On.
NOTE: Step 2 must be initiated (all four buttons pressed) within 10 seconds of this IGN event.
2. On the driver door pod, do the following:
While holding down the driver window-up, driver window-down, and unlock switches, depress and hold the lock
switch. All four switches must be held for at least 5 seconds. Six or seven seconds is recommended. After the
5 seconds, the door pod RKE unit will erase all learned transmitters and the RKE will be disabled. At this point,
the erase procedure is finished and a new IGN cycle must be initiated to perform any transmitter learning.
PROCEDURE FOR LEARNING A TRANSMITTER
NOTE: This learning procedure cannot be performed during the same IGN cycle as the "erase all learned
transmitters" procedure. If necessary, the erase procedure should be completed before this procedure is
started.
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KEYLESS ENTRY
1. Cycle the IGN from Off to On (leaving the IGN on will not work, it must be cycled). Step 2 must be initiated
(all four buttons pressed) within 10 seconds of this IGN event.
2. On the passenger door pod, do the following:
While holding down the window-up, window-down, and unlock switches, depress and hold the lock switch.
All four switches must be held for at least 5 seconds. Six or seven seconds is recommended.
3. After the 5 seconds, the Door Pod RKE unit will enter "Learn Mode" and stay there for 10 seconds (or until
a transmitter is learned). Once the RKE enters the "Learn Mode", the four buttons can be released. During
the ten second "Learn Mode" any function on the new fob/transmitter must be keyed at least twice (See
NOTE 1).
NOTE: After the transmitter is learned, the next keying of the new transmitter will perform the indicated
function. It is recommended that the transmitter be successively keyed until the selected key's function is
actually performed; i.e., pressing the lock button on the transmitter two times should learn its code; on the third
push, it should lock the door and momentarily beep the city horn. This is a good way to quickly confirm the
success of the learning.
NOTE: Steps 1 through 5 of the learning process must be repeated for each transmitter to be learned.
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KEYLESS ENTRY
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PARTS INFORMATION
Replacement key fobs/transmitters can be obtained from Service Parts by ordering part number 3544938C2.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code for sales code 16VCN or 16WKZ: 595ABZ
Turning the Panic_Enable parameter ON enables the Panic Mode feature of the keyless remote. The panic
function chirps the horn on/off in unison with the headlights and park lights for three minutes when the panic
button on the key fob is pressed and the IGN switch is off. If the button is pressed prior to the time out period,
the lights and horn will go off.
Turning the Chirp_Enable parameter ON enables the Chirp feature for the keyless remote. The chirp feature
results in a “chirping” sound when the truck is locked and unlocked.
Table 22
Parameter
ID
Panic_ Enable
644
Chirp_ Enable
647
Description
Enable/disable the Panic Mode
for the Keyless Remote. A value
of 1 enables and a value of 0
disables the feature.
Enable/disable the remote lock
"chirp" for Keyless Remote. A
value of 1 enables and a value of
0 disables the feature.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
On
No_Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
No_Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
The AutoLock_Speed parameter sets the vehicle speed at which the vehicle doors will lock automatically.
Table 23
Parameter
AutoLock_
Speed
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
652
uto lock speed. The speed at
which the vehicle doors will lock
automatically (requires power
locks); Setting this parameter to
zero will disable auto door locks.
15
mph
0
155
1
WIRING INFORMATION
When using the “Aux” feature, the work light circuit can be used for other features other than a work light - see
“Work Light Feature for additional information.
If truck was built with power locks but not the keyless entry, see “How Do I Add Work Light Feature.”
With the Diamond Logic ® Builder software, one other system can be activated. For example, the Aux button
could turn on headlights or hazard lamps, not both.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
The Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) feature can be added if power windows/power locks
(16WJU/16WJV/16WSS) are already installed on the vehicle by replacing the standard front passenger side
door pod with an RKE compatible door pod.
• Software feature code 595ABZ must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software
(see local dealer).
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KEYLESS ENTRY
• Remove the existing passenger side door pod and replace it with the RKE compatible pod, part number
3544937C6 as described below. The desired quantity of remote key fobs, part number 3544938C2, must
also be ordered.
• Set the applicable programmable parameters, chirp enable, panic enable - see above, using the Diamond
Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer if not owned). The auto lock with vehicle speed option should
already be set since power locks are installed.
• As noted above, additional wiring may be required if the Aux button on the key fob will be utilized for turning
on a work light or other functions.
• Program the RKE receiver to recognize the desired key fobs as described above.
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT OF PASSENGER SIDE DOOR POD
To remove the door pod use the DIN Radio Removal Tool part number 2504954C1.
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Insert the extraction tools (2) into the two holes on either side of the pod housing until the locking tabs are fully
depressed. The pod can then be removed from the door panel and the extraction tools removed.
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To install the new replacement pod, connect the appropriate connectors and push the pod in until the locking
tabs are fully engaged.
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FUSED BATTERY CONNECTIONS INSIDE
CAB
FUSED BATTERY CONNECTIONS INSIDE CAB
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FUSED BATTERY CONNECTIONS INSIDE CAB
08518
CIGAR LIGHTER
• Provides cigar lighter.
08718
POWER SOURCE Cigar Type Receptacle without Plug and Cord
• This option provides a power source for customers who wish to use CB radios, hand held spotlights or
trouble lights, or other accessories that plug into the power socket receptacle for 12-Volt power.
08WCK
POWER SOURCE, TERMINAL TYPE 2-Post
• Customers often desire the ability to power 12-volt accessories with the truck’s electrical system. This option
provides a power source for items equipped to receive power from post-type terminals.
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 4, Cab Accessories, Cigar Lighter and Power Feeds.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
Locations for connecting to the vehicle Ignition (IGN) have been provided. The table below lists the connection
point along with information about that point. For a complete diagram of the IGN system and for connector and
terminal part numbers, see vehicle circuit diagram manual.
Table 24 – Vehicle Ignition Connections.
Feature Code
Max. Current
Power Feed
Description
Power Source, Two Post-Type
Power Source (Cigar-Type Receptacle)
Cigar Lighter (provides customer with a 15
AMP battery supply)
(Amperes)
08WCK
08718
20
20
Battery
Battery
08518
15
Battery
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FUSED BATTERY CONNECTIONS INSIDE
CAB
Power Source Connections
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TESTING
To test these circuits, refer to the applicable circuit diagram for the feature and verify that battery voltage is
present in the correct key-state for each respective feature.
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
If the vehicle was ordered without one of the desired features, it can be installed in the field. Refer to the “How
Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide for information on obtaining required parts. The same
parts that are used in the OEM installation are available (cables, components, etc.). Also, refer to the circuit
diagram that applies
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PRODUCTIVITY FEATURES
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TEST EXTERIOR LAMPS EXCEPT BACK UPS
08WPZ
Test Exterior Lights Pre-Trip Inspection will cycle all exterior lamps except back-up lights.
Exterior light test feature allows easier verification of light illumination during walk-around checks. Exterior
lights shall illuminate in a fashion that allows the operator to verify the illumination of exterior lights. Feature
595AZY comes with push button “LMPv” (Lamp Check) to activate the lamp test. If this sales code is not
ordered, the feature 595AES may be added for functionality without the push button.
For feature 595AZY, to enable the external lamp check sequence:
• Turn the key to IGN or ACCESSORY
• All exterior lights are off
• All of the external lights inputs, park light switch, service brake switch, cruise switch and key state have a
good status
• Set the park brake
• Push the ELC button in the cluster
To disable the external lamp check sequence, the operator must:
•
•
•
•
Press the service brake OR
Manually turn on any of the external lights OR
Turn the key to the off or crank position OR
Release the park brake.
NOTE: A bad status on any of the external light inputs, park light switch, service brake switch or key state will
also terminate the lamp check sequence.
For feature 595AES, to enable the external lamp check sequence:
• Turn the key to IGN or ACCESSORY
• All exterior lights are off
• All of the external lights inputs, park light switch, service brake switch, cruise switch and key state have a
good status
• Set the park brake
• Simultaneously press the cruise on and cruise resume switches
THEN
• Press and release the brake pedal.
To disable the external lamp check sequence, the operator must:
•
•
•
•
Press the service brake OR
Manually turn on any of the external lights OR
Turn the key to the off or crank position OR
Release the park brake.
NOTE: (Note: A bad status on any of the external light inputs, park light switch, service brake switch or key
state will also terminate the lamp check sequence)
The backup lamp cannot be included within this test since the ESC does not control this lamp's functionality.
The lamp test repeatedly flashes all the lights on in the following sequence. This allows the operator to get
outside the vehicle and verify that all the lights are working properly.
The following sequence is repeated with no delay between the steps; the programmable time parameter (PP)
shall have a default value of two seconds, a minimum of one second, and a maximum of 10 seconds, with
increments of one second. This parameter is set at FLEET access.
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PRODUCTIVITY FEATURES
Table 25
Sequence Number
Lights Requested On
Time In This
0
1
High Beam on Plow (if plow is installed)
High Beams and Park Lights on
Fog Lamps (if installed) and Park Lights on
If fog lamps not installed, skip sequence one
Low Beam on Plow (if plow installed)
Low Beam and Park Lights on
Right Front and Rear Turn Light and Park Lights on
Left Front and rear Turn Light and park Brake Lights on
All Lights Off
Brake Lights
All Lights Off
Sequence
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
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Push Button Switch Located Below the Instrument Cluster (595AZY)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code: 595AZY or 595AES
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
Table 26
Parameter Parameter Parameter
Name
Ext_Lamp_
Test_ Seq_Time
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Default
ID#
Description
Settings
2230
The time
between each
step of the
exterior lamp
check
2
Units
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Minimum
Maximum
Value
Value
1
10
STEP
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WIRING INFORMATION
None required.
TESTING
Refer to the FEATURES/BODY FUNCTION section.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
1. Enable the software feature code using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
2. Set the desired programmable features from the table above.
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ALARM, PARKING BRAKE
08WXD
ALARM, PARKING BRAKE Electric Horn Sounds in Repetitive Manner when Vehicle Park Brake is “NOT” Set,
With Ignition (IGN) “OFF” and any Door Open.
The purpose of the parking brake alarm is to alert drivers if they fail to set the park brake before exiting the
vehicle. For this feature to be activated, ALL of the following conditions MUST occur:
• The IGN switch is in the off position.
• The parking brake is not set.
• A cab door is open.
Once activated, the electric horn will sound for 60 seconds, which is the factory default setting for this
programmable parameter. To deactivate the parking brake alarm, press on the brake pedal to immediately quiet
the horn, and then make sure the IGN switch is in the run or accessory position and set the park brake.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
• Required software feature code: 595AZV
• 595AJD activates this feature; however, the parameters below can be found under 595AYC.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
Park_Brake_Alarm_Duration parameter determines the maximum amount of time the horn will sound when the
alarm is triggered. The default time is set at 60 seconds, but the range is from 0 to 180 seconds.
Park_Brake_Alarm_Suspend parameter determines the amount of time the alarm will suspend after the brake
pedal is depressed in order to allow the driver to complete the steps to deactivate the park brake alarm. The
default time is set at 10 seconds, but the range is from 0 to 60 seconds.
Park_Brake_Alarm_KeyOff_Enable parameter allows for the selection of the park brake alarm to work in either
key off or key on/off.
Table 27
Parameter
Park_Brake_
Alarm_ Duration
Park_Brake_
Alarm_
Suspend
Park_Brake_
Alarm_ KeyOff_
Enable
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1951
The amount of time the horn will
sound when alarm activated
60
S
0
180
1
1952
Amount of time the alarm will
suspend before brake is depressed
10
S
0
60
10
2457
Park brake alarm depends on
Key=Off, or not
1
On/Off
0
1
1
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is required for this feature.
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PRODUCTIVITY FEATURES
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
This feature is software only and can be added by activating software feature code 595AZV with Diamond
Logic ® Builder.
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WINDSHIELD WIPER SPEED CONTROL
08WGL
Windshield Wiper Speed Control forces wipers to slowest Intermittent Speed when the park brake is set and left
on for a predetermined time.
Feature 08WGL is a software feature that forces the windshield wipers to their slowest intermittent speed when
the park brake is set and the wipers are left on for a programmable period of time
(Wipers_To_Low_Int_Timeout).
The user may override this feature by manually moving the wiper switch to another position. The wipers will
remain at this speed for the same programmable period of time and then return to their slowest intermittent
speed after that time has passed.
If the IGN switch is turned off, this feature will be overridden.
There are two programmable parameters associated with this feature: Wipers_To_Low_Int_Enabled and
Wipers_To_Low_Int_Timeout. These parameters can be modified by anyone with the appropriate interface tool
and Fleet access or higher.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be installed: 08WGL — 595AJD
595AJD activates this feature; however, the parameters below can be found under 595AYC.
The Wipers_To_Low_Int_Enabled parameter shall enable or disable this feature. The default setting shall be
ON when this feature is ordered.
The Wipers_To_Low_Int_Timeout parameter shall determine the amount of time the park brake has to be set
before the wipers are forced to their slowest intermittent speed. The default value for this parameter is 60
seconds. The minimum time allowed is 10 seconds and the maximum time allowed is 300 seconds with 10
second intervals.
Table 28
Parameter
ID
Wipers_To_Low_
Int_Enabled
2171
Wipers_To_Low_
Int_Timeout
2228
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1
None
0
1
1
60
S
10
300
10
Enables or disables the wiper speed
override, if it is present.
Defines the amount of time the
parking brake has to be set before
the wiper speed is overridden.
WIRING INFORMATION
This feature is software driven.
TESTING
1. Start vehicle and make sure the parking brake is engaged.
2. Turn the windshield wipers on any setting except for the slowest intermittent speed.
3. Leave the wipers on this setting for 60 seconds without adjusting the wiper speed.
4. After 60 seconds, the wipers should slow to the lowest speed.
5. Adjust the wiper speed control.
6. The wiper setting should match the user set speed.
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HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to install the appropriate software and determine correct settings for
programmable parameters.
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HAZARD LIGHT OVERRIDE STOP LIGHTS
08THN
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH With Hazard Flasher Overrides Brake, to be done With Programming System
Controller.
This feature is for vehicles with combination stop and turn lamps. This feature allows hazard flashers to
continue flashing when service brakes are applied. This feature is used on bulk fuel transport where some
states require hazard lamps to remain flashing when stopped at R/R crossings. When the Stop Override
Hazard programmable parameter below is turned on, this feature allows hazard flashers on the rear of the
vehicle to stop flashing and stay illuminated as long as the brake pedal is depressed.
This feature can be enabled or disabled by using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required Software Feature Codes: 0595AAL
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
Activating the Stop_Override_Hazard_Enabled parameter means that the brake lights will override the hazard
lights if both are activated at the same time.
Table 29
Parameter
Stop_ Override_
Hazard_ Enabled
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
562
Activate/deactivate stop light
override of flashing hazards on rear
of vehicle. A value of 1 enables and
a value of 0 disables this feature.
On
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
WIRING INFORMATION
None required.
TESTING
Stop Override Hazard Disabled:
1. Turn on the Hazard lights and verify normal operation (flashing), front and rear.
2. Depress the brake pedal and verify that both front and rear hazard lights remain flashing.
Stop Override Hazard Enabled:
1. Turn on the Hazard lights and verify normal operation, front and rear.
2. Depress the brake pedal and verify that both rear stoplights are on (not flashing) and that the front hazard
lights remain flashing.
3. Release the brake pedal and verify that normal operation of the flashing hazards resumes at the rear of the
vehicle.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
If it is desired to have the HAZARD lights override the STOP lights, then the Stop_Override_Hazard_Enabled
parameter must be turned OFF.
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HEADLIGHT WARNING BUZZER
08WXB
HEADLIGHT WARNING BUZZER Sounds When Head Light Switch is on and Ignition Switch is in “Off”
Position.
The purpose of the Headlight Warning Buzzer is to alert drivers if their headlights are still in when the vehicle is
turned off.
This feature can be enabled or disabled by using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required Software Feature Codes: 0595BHH
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
Table 30
Parameter
Exterior_Lamp_
Warn
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2179
se this parameter to enable exterior lamp
reminder. A value of 1 will result in an
audible warning when the vehicle is off and
the lights are on. A value of 0 is used to
deactivate the audible warning
On
On/Off
0
1
N/A
WIRING INFORMATION
None required.
TESTING
Exterior_Lamp_Warn Disabled:
1. Turn the key off.
2. Turn headlights on. There should be no warning.
Exterior_Lamp_Warn Enabled:
1. Turn the key off.
2. Turn headlights on. The warning will beep five times (with the door closed).
3. Open door. The warning will buzz continuously.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to install the appropriate software and determine correct settings for
programmable parameters.
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SEATBELT WARNING PREWIRE
16HCK
SEATBELT WARNING PREWIRE for 1 to 3 Belts.
16HCL
SEATBELT WARNING PREWIRE for 4 to 6 Belts.
These features include Seat Belt Switches and Seat Sensors for belted positions in the cab and a harness
routed to the center of the dash for the aftermarket installation of a Data Recorder and Seat Belt Indicator
System.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
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WIRING INFORMATION
Refer to the circuit diagram manual chapter 4, pages 39-41 for wiring information.
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ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTROL 11.8 VOLTS
595BMY
ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTL 11.8 Volts
595BMY is the Electrical Load Control/Shedding (ELCS) intended to protect the vehicle’s batteries from
excessive discharge. The goal is to save enough charge to deliver sufficient power to the starting system to
start the engine. The feature is intended to provide a convenient means of automatically shutting down loads
overnight in order to conserve energy. This feature is specifically designed to be used for a Celadon split
battery system. The first shed point for this system shall be 11.8 Volts. The second shed point is at 10 V and the
third is at 9 V.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code: 595BMY and (595AYE or 595AYS or 595BJM or 595BJH)
Conflicts with Software feature: 595ACL, 595BRM
Features disabled by the Electrical Load Control/Shedding (ELCS) with an available parameter to specify the
level include the following: Work Lights, Fog Lights, Heated Mirrors, Air Shield Lights, Sleeper Dome Light,
Floor Search Lights, Skirt Light, Fuel Heater and Aux Trailer Circuit.
595AMU – WORK LIGHT Rocker Switch
595ABR – WORK LIGHT Push Button B
595AAU – HEATED MIRRORS Rocker Switch, Aftermarket only
595AMP – HEATED MIRRORS in Push Button Location B, Aftermarket only
595AMR – HEATED MIRRORS in Push Button Location A
595ACE – FOG LIGHTS Rocker Switch
595AMS – FOG LIGHTS Push Button Location A
595AMT – FOG LIGHTS Push Button Location B
595BMJ – FOG LIGHTS REAR ECE R38 Compliant, Red LED
595ADK – AIR SHIELD LIGHTING
595AAS – INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS in Sleeper
595AAT – INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Sleeper
595ADU – INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Cab
595 AEG – SKIRT LIGHTS Customer Supplied
595ADG – FUEL HEATER Will be Activated by ESC
595ADB – TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Accessory Powered
595ADC – TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Battery Powered
The Load_Shed _Level_Work_Light parameter specifies at what level the work light may be shed or loaded.
The Load_Shed _Mirror_Heat_Level parameter specifies at what level the work heated mirrors may be shed or
loaded.
The Load_Shed _Level_Fog_Light parameter specifies at what level the fog light may be shed or loaded.
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The Load_Shed _Level_Air_Shield_Lights parameter specifies at what level the air shield lights may be shed or
loaded.
The Load_Shed _Sleeper_Dome_Light parameter specifies at what level the sleeper dome light may be shed
or loaded.
The Load_Shed _Floor_Search_Lights parameter specifies at what level the floor search lights may be shed or
loaded.
The Load_Shed _Level_Skirt_Light parameter specifies at what level the skirt light may be shed or loaded.
The Load_Shed _Level_Fuel_Heater parameter specifies at what level the fuel heater may be shed or loaded.
The Load_Shed _Level_Aux_Trailer_Circuit parameter specifies at what level the auxiliary trailer circuit may be
shed or loaded.
For features 595AMU or 595ABR: Table 78
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Work_Light
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2327
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595AAU or 595AMP or 595AMR: Table 79
Parameter
Load_Shed_Mirror
_Heat_Level
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2360
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595ACE or 595AMS or 595AMT or 595BMJ: Table 80
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Fog_Light
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2369
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595ADK: Table 81
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Air_Shield_Lights
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
511
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595AAS:Table 82
Parameter
Load_Shed_
Sleeper_DomeLight
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ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2363
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Parameter
Load_Shed_Floor_
Search_Lights
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2324
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595AEG:Table 84
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Skirt_Light
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2370
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595AMU or 595ABR:Table 85
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Fuel_Heater
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2054
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
For features 595ADB or 595ADC:Table 86
Parameter
Load_Shed_Level_
Aux_Trailer_Circuit
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
601
Level at which load or shed occurs
(0 = Do not load shed,
1= Load shed at first level,
2 = Load shed at second level,
3 = Load shed at third level
1
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is needed.
TESTING
No physical testing is specified for this feature. If there is access to DLB, the signal for Battery Voltage could be
set below 11.8 V to test those features that should be shed at level 1, but it is not recommended that the actual
battery voltage be allowed to drain just to test the feature.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Select software feature 595BMY using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local Dealer). If any of the
related features are installed on the vehicle, specify the desired load shed level for these features using the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
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FOG/DRIVING LIGHTS
Codes 08585, 08WPL, 08WPM, 08WLM, and 08WLN
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Fog Light and Work Light.
■ ■ DuraStar
08585
TOGGLE SWITCH, AUXILIARY and Wiring; For Driving Lights or Fog Lights Mounted by Customer
08WPL
FOG LIGHTS (2) Amber, Oval, With H355W Halogen Bulb
08WPM
FOG LIGHTS (2) Clear, Oval, With H355W Halogen Bulb
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08585
TOGGLE SWITCH, AUXILIARY and Wiring; For Driving Lights or Fog Lights Mounted by Customer
08WLM
FOG LIGHTS {Peterson} Amber, Halogen, Rectangular
08WLN
FOG LIGHTS {Peterson} Clear, Halogen, Rectangular
Feature codes 08WPL, 08WPM, 08WLM, and 08WLN come with the fog light system (wiring and fog lamps)
completely installed. Feature code 08585 is an accommodation package that comes with wiring and a fog light
connector. Customer must supply the mating connector, terminals, and seals, and must install the fog lamps.
All above features operate as follows: to turn on the fog lamps; the headlamps must be on and in the low beam
position. The lamps will go off if the headlamps are switched to high beam.
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Fog Light Switch in Switch Pack
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Depending on the other features ordered on the vehicle, the fog light button switch could also be located on the
left of the steering column under the instrument cluster.
Fog Light Switch Located Under the Instrument Cluster
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For the customers who prefer to mount their own lamps, installation integrity is improved with the factory toggle
switch and wiring feature.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS - REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES:
595ACE for Rocker Switch
595AMT for Push Button in Location B under the instrument cluster
595AMS for Push Button in Location A under the instrument cluster
595AHT for 08585
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
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Table 31
Parameter
Left_Fog_Light
_Hi_Current
Left_Fog_Light
_Lo_Current
Left_Fog_Light
_OC_Current
Load_Shed_
Level_Fog_
Lights
Right_Fog_
Light_Hi_
Current
Right_Fog_
Light_Lo_
Current
Right_Fog_
Light_OC_
Current
ID
2309
2310
2311
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
Left Fog Light High Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Left Fog Light Low Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Left Fog Light Open Circuit Detection Level
(AMPS)
2369
Level for Load Shed for the Fog Lights
0
List
N/A
N/A
N/A
2312
Right Fog Light High Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
10
A
A
0
10
2313
Right Fog Light Low Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
0.5
A
A
0
10
2314
Right Fog Light Open Circuit Detection Level
(AMPS)
0.5
A
A
0
10
WIRING INFORMATION
With feature 08585 and if the vehicle is a 3200, 4200, 4300 or 4400, a “thin” fog lamp must be used if mounted
in the bumper opening.
The fog lamp connections are located at the front of the frame on each side. See view below.
Care must be taken when adding fog lamps as lamps may have a GND wire and also have a grounded base.
Be sure that the feed circuit, cavity A, the connector at front of frame, is not connected to GND.
Mating connector part number 587568C91
Terminal (16 gauge) part number 587575C1
Seal part number 1652325C1
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TESTING
1. Activate fog light switch with the IGN key on and the headlamp switch on the low-beam mode.
2. Verify that pin F (labeled Left_Fog_Light) and pin K (labeled Right_Fog_Light) in DLB located in connector
(#1603 J1) are providing battery voltage.
3. Verify that the fog lights are functioning correctly.
4. Turn the fog light switch OFF.
5. Verify that the fog light output goes OFF.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature code 595ACE, 595AMY, or 595AMS (depending on switch location) must be enabled on the
vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer if not owned).
• Install fog light switch part number 3563064C1 in the designated switch pack location or part number
3610765C1 for the pushbutton switch located below the instrument cluster. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder
software to determine the fog light switch assignment after the software has been programmed into the BC.
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
local dealer if not owned).
• Customer must wire the desired load into pin F (labeled Left_Fog_Light) and pin K (labeled Right_Fog_Light)
on the BC hood connector (#1603 J1).
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FOG LIGHT INSTALLATION
MODELS: 4200, 4300, 4400, 8500
There are two fog light kits available from your International® dealer, 2507255C91, Fog Lights Clear and
2507254C91 Fog Lights Amber. These kits provide the parts for the slim line fog lights for the DuraStar models
only. The installation instructions are shown below for reference.
WARNING: Turn off IGN switch before starting procedure to avoid injury.
DESCRIPTION
This section addresses installation, switching, and programming of fog lights on International® 4200, 4300,
4400, and 8500 trucks.
Table 32 – Parts Information
Part Number
Description
Quantity
2507254C91
2507255C91
Amber Light Kit
Clear Light Kit
1
1
Install fog lights using hardware included in the kit. The Figure below shows installation.
Front View with Attachment Points
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SWITCH INSTALLATION
Refer to the Figure below.
If there is an available switch opening in location one, install the fog light control switch in this location. If, in
location one, the switch pack module is fully populated, install a six pack (part number 3549776C4) in location
two. Additional switch blanks (part number 3533950C1) may be needed to cover unused switch locations.
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Control Panel
Location 1: Six pack
Location 2: Six Pack
Location 3: Twelve Pack
WIRING FOG LIGHTS
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Fog Light and Work Light for circuit
installations.
PROGRAMMING FOG LIGHTS
Adding fog lights will require reprogramming the system controller. See local dealer.
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Table 33 – Fog Light Kit - Clear
Part Number
Description
2507255C91
3555568C91
3535162C1
306132C1
3560279C91
3560225C91
3549438C91
3554890C1
3552493C1
3526712C1
3535292C1
30592R1
2507524R1
Fog Light Kit Clear
Light, Fog w/Brkt (Clear) Slim
Nut, Hex Metr Prev Torq*M8X1.25
Strap, Cable Lock
Harness, *Fog Lights
Harness, Electrical, Chassis Wi
Switch, Light *Assy — Fog Light
Screen, Air Intake Radiator Gau
Bolt, Sems M6X1.0–25 SST Blk Ox
Nut, Special *M6
Bolt, Sems All 6mm X15 Torx
Nut, Speed Standard Part M6 X1
Manual, Inst Fog Light Instl
Table 34 – Fog Light Kit - Amber
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Part Number
Description
2507254C91
3555569C91
3535162C1
306132C1
3560279C91
3560225C91
3549438C91
3554890C1
3552493C1
3526712C1
3535292C1
30592R1
2507524R1
Fog Light Kit Amber
Light, Fog w/Brkt (Amber) Slim
Nut, Hex Metr Prev Torq*M8X1.25
Strap, Cable Lock
Harness, *Fog Lights
Harness, Electrical, Chassis Wi
Switch, Light *Assy — Fog Light
Screen, Air Intake Radiator Gau
Bolt, Sems M6X1.0–25 SST Blk Ox
Nut, Special *M6
Bolt, Sems All 6mm X15 Torx
Nut, Speed Standard Part M6 X1
Manual, Inst Fog Light Instl
AUXILIARY FRONT LIGHTS
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Aux Headlights, Snow Plow Lights.
Feature Code Description
08THJ
AUXILIARY HARNESS 3.0’ for Auxiliary Front Headlights and Turn Signals for Front Plow Applications
08TNP
AUXILIARY HARNESS 5.0’ for Auxiliary Front Headlights and Turn Signals for Front Plow Applications
When front-mounted equipment blocks the vehicle headlamps and turn lamps, such as a snowplow, this feature
code is available to connect additional lamps to be used in place of the normal headlamps. These features
provide either a 3-foot or a 5-foot extension harness with a sealed 7-way connector cap for front-mounted
auxiliary headlights, park or identification, right turn signal, left turn signal and ground. The connector is located
behind the driver’s side headlight under the hood.
The harness and connector provide a 20 Amp high and low beam feed, a 10 Amp right and left turn signal feed
and a 20 Amp park light feed. The connector comes with a mating connector and sealing plugs pre-installed.
The auxiliary park or identification, right and left turn signals are directly tied to the respective front lighting
circuits. When the headlight switch is turned to the PARK or ON position, both the vehicle park and auxiliary
park lights will come on. If the turn signal switch is activated, both the vehicle turn and auxiliary turn signal lights
will come on.
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An auxiliary lighting switch labeled PLOW LIGHTS is mounted in the dash panel. The switch controls whether
the auxiliary or vehicle headlights are on. The headlamp switch must be ON for the auxiliary headlamps to
operate. Note that both sets of headlamps cannot be turned on at the same time. The plow light switch will only
function with the key in the ON or ACCESSORY position.
This option is not available with the fog light or customer-mounted fog light options and is not available
factory-installed on DuraStar models.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS - REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE:
• 595AMV – Push button located in position A below instrument cluster
• 595AMW – Push button located in position B below instrument cluster
• 595AYY – Rocker switch
Plow Lights Push Button Locations
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AMS, 595AMT, 595ACE
WIRING INFORMATION
The circuit ratings are as follows: the headlamp hi beam 20 AMP, the headlamp low beam 20 AMP, the left turn
10 AMP, the right turn 10 AMP and the park 15 AMP. Since the auxiliary park and turn current is shared with
vehicle lighting current, make sure the added lighting does not exceed the stated current rating for each circuit.
All circuit protection is internal to the BC (Body Controller).
NOTE: If the plow lights are turned on without the lights being connected, the BC will log a headlamp fault
code.
Table 35 – Aux. Connector Circuit Identification
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Circuit Number
Cavity
Function
M64HI
M11-GE
M64LO
M56D
M58F
M57D
Plug
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Hi Beam
GMD
Low Beam
T/S Left
Park
T/S Right
Plug
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To mate with the chassis harness use the following:
Table 36 – Part Information
Part
Quantity
Description
2039312C91
587579C1
2033912C1
589391C1
2039342C1
1
1
6
6
1
Body, Connector 7 Way Metri-Pack 280 Series, Sealed - FEM
Plug, Filler, Sealing Weatherpack - GREEN
Terminal, Cable, Cable* Metri-Pack 280 Series Male Blade
Seal, Cable Terminal Weatherpack - Gray
Lock, Connector Body
The terminals and seals in the above table are for 14-gauge cable.
NOTE: It is suggested that an extra connector (Part # 2039312C91), be completely filled with plugs, which can
be saved and connected to the chassis harness connector when the plowing season is over – this procedure
protects against corrosion.
TESTING
1. Activate the plow light switch in the dash using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for switch locations.
2. Turn on vehicle park lights.
3. Verify that auxiliary connector Cavity E has battery voltage levels present.
4. Turn ON vehicle headlights to the LOW BEAM position.
5. Verify that auxiliary connector Cavity C has battery voltage levels present.
6. Turn vehicle headlights to the HIGH BEAM position.
VERIFY THAT AUXILIARY CONNECTOR CAVITY A HAS BATTERY VOLTAGE LEVELS PRESENT.
1. Turn on vehicle left turn signal.
2. Verify that auxiliary connector Cavity D has intermittent voltage levels present.
3. Turn on vehicle right turn signal.
4. Verify that auxiliary connector Cavity F has intermittent voltage levels present.
5. Turn off the plow light switch.
6. Verify all vehicle lights are operating correctly.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
There is a plow light kit available 2585355C91 to facilitate installation. The instructions that come with the kit
are shown below.
NOTE: If the vehicle has hydraulic brakes, the instructions for installing relay circuits do not apply as the
cavities have factory-installed circuits in the cavities indicated DO NOT REMOVE THESE CIRCUITS, use
alternate open cavities. Be sure to mark the function of the added relays on the decal located on the bottom of
the PDC cover.
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ACCOMMODATION PACKAGES
■ ■ Kit, Auxiliary (Snowplow) Light Instructions
2585355C91
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Aux Headlights, Snow Plow Lights for circuit
information on installing this feature.
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FRONT GUIDE POST LIGHTS
08THV
DISCONNECT, FRONT HARNESS for Guide Post Lights; Connectors Located at Headlight Connection, for
Customer Installation
This feature provides two additional connectors located in the front wiring harness for front parking or
identification lights. This feature is commonly used for customer or Body Builder- added guidepost lights
typically mounted at each end of the front bumper. These connectors come with mating connectors and sealing
plugs pre-installed. The guide post light circuit is directly tied to the vehicle parking light system, so when the
headlight switch is turned to the park or on position, these auxiliary lights will turn on with the standard vehicle
lighting. This feature should be used in any application where operation in tight spaces requires constant
identification of the vehicle’s width.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: NONE
Software Feature Codes that must be removed: NONE
WIRING INFORMATION
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Light System – Marker, Park, Tail, Turn, and
Stop Lights.
Table 37 – Connector Cavity Information and Parts Required
Connector
P/N
1661778C1
Cavity
A
B
Circuit #
Left Side
Right Side
M58H
M58-GA
M58J
M58-GB
Gauge
Term
Part Number
Seal
Part Number
16
16
1661875C1
1661875C1
1661872C1
1661872C1
Plug part number: 2025431C1
Lock part number: 1661874C1
TESTING
1. Turn the Headlight switch to PARK position and verify that both right and left guide post lights are on.
2. Turn the Headlight switch to ON position and verify that both right and left guide post lights are on.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
If the vehicle was not ordered with the feature, it may be added. Refer to the part numbers identified in the
Wiring section above for information on parts and components. See also “How Do I” - General Information
section of this electrical guide.
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HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG
60AKK
HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Highbeam Flash
60AKK is the Wig Wag feature for emergency vehicles. This feature provides 13 different flash patterns for
vehicle high beams. High beams will only flash when the park brake is released. If high beams are requested
from the headlight switch, the high beams will come on steady. The headlight switch has ultimate control.
60AKL
HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Lowbeam or Highbeam Flash
60AKL is the Wig Wag feature for non-emergency vehicles. This feature provides 13 different flash patterns for
vehicle headlights. High beams will only flash when park brake is released. Low beams will flash whenever
requested to. Headlight switch has ultimate control. When vehicle is moving, if high beams are selected, low
beams will flash; if low beams are selected, high beams will flash.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Wig_Wag_Cad
This parameter specifies the Wig Wag pattern for the headlights. The following table indicates the pattern and
timing for the headlights.
Table 38
Setting
Wig Wag Pattern
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Standard Left, Right Pattern – 75 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern – 150 flashes per minute
2 Left then 2 Right flashes (repeat) – 75 flashes per minute
2 Left then 2 Right flashes (repeat) – 150 flashes per minute
3 Left then 3 Right flashes (repeat) – 75 flashes per minute
4 Left then 4 Right flashes (repeat) – 150 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern 3 flashes, then 3 flashes of both (repeat) – 75 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern 2 flashes, then 2 flashes of both (repeat) – 150 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern 3 flashes, then 3 flashes of both (repeat) – 150 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern 4 flashes, then 4 flashes of both (repeat) – 150 flashes per minute
Standard Left, Right pattern 2 flashes, then 2 flashes of both, Left 2 flashes, Right 2 flashes (repeat 2x), then
2 flashes of both, Left 3 flashes, Right 3 flashes (repeat 2x), then 2 flashes of both, Left 4 flashes, Right 4
flashes, then 2 flashes of both, then repeat entire pattern –150 flashes per minute
Standard and non-standard Left and Right patterns with flashes of both at varying lengths of time
Standard Left, Right pattern with flashes of both at varying lengths of time
11
12
13
Daytime_Running_Lights_Disable
This parameter (Daytime_Running_Lights_Disable), when set ON provides the capability to disable the
daytime running lights when the Wig Wag is ON.
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ACCOMMODATION PACKAGES
■ ■ Emergency Vehicle
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE FOR 60AKK
595BLN
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595BLP
Table 39
Parameter
Wig_Wag_Cad
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2629
Determines method of
flashing for the wig wag
headlights
1
Number
1
13
1
■ ■ Non-Emergency Vehicle
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE FOR 60AKL
595BLP
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595BLN
Table 40
Parameter
ID
Daytime_Running_Lights
_Disable
2630
Wig_Wag_Cad
2629
Description
Provides the ability to disable
the daytime running light during
wig wag
Determines method of flashing
for the wig wag headlights
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Off
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
1
Number
1
13
1
WIRING INFORMATION
Wig Wag switch is located in one of the multiplex switch housings.
WIG WAG INHIBIT INPUT
This input is located in the Body Controller on Connector 1600, pin B15. This input allows a customer to hook
up an external input to access the wig wag feature and tie it into a customer-supplied master switch. The inhibit
input wire is a blunt cur wire located inside the cab near the steering column under the dash.
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Wig Wag Enable Switch
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TESTING
60AKK (Emergency Vehicles)
1. Turn Wig Wag switch on with Park Brake released.
2. Verify that High Beams are flashing in the pattern selected by the Wig_Wag_Cad parameter.
3. Set Park Brake and verify that Wig Wag pattern stops.
4. Turn Wig Wag switch on with Park Brake released.
5. Verify the High Beams are flashing in the pattern selected by the Wig_Wag_Cad parameter.
6. Turn Wig Wag switch off and verify that Wig Wag stops.
60AKL (Non-Emergency Vehicles)
1. Turn Wig Wag switch on with Park Brake released.
2. Verify that High Beams are flashing in the pattern selected by the Wig_Wag_Cad parameter.
3. If Daytime_Running_Light_Disable parameter was set, verify that Daytime Running Lights are not on
during the Wig Wag.
4. Set Park Brake and verify that Wig Wag pattern stops.
5. Turn Wig Wag switch on with Park Brake released.
6. Verify the High Beams are flashing in the pattern selected by the Wig_Wag_Cad parameter.
7. Turn Wig Wag switch off and verify that Wig Wag stops.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Install Wig Wag Switch in the switch pack position shown in Diamond Logic ® Builder after adding feature
595BLN or 595BLP.
60AKK (Wig Wag for Emergency Vehicles)
Set Wig_Wag_Cad parameter to desired pattern using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software, or see a dealer.
60AKL (Wig Wag for Non-Emergency Vehicles)
Set Wig_Wag_Cad parameter to desired pattern using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software, or see a dealer.
Turn on Daytime_Running_Light_Disable, if desired using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software, or see a
dealer.
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BODY BUILDER WIRING FOR STOP/TAIL/TURN LIGHTS
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STOP/TURN/TAIL
International® provides standard rear stop and turn signal lights on every vehicle. If the Body Builder or TEM
needs to add different rear light configurations, such as separate stop and rear turn signals, various methods
are offered to tap into the tail light circuits. The first and most common way is to use the standard sealed tail
light 5-way Packard connector to provide lighting circuits for body-mounted lights that need combined stop and
rear turn signals. It is recommended that a sealed mating connector and terminals be used to attach body
wiring to the vehicle wiring. If the existing rear lighting is used and a marker or identification light feed is
needed, International® recommends using the 5-way connector on the driver side rear tail light. Other optional
methods for adding various light configurations are available (feature codes 08HAA, 08HAB, and 08NAA).
A feed terminal for body marker lights is provided in "terminal D" position on the left tail lamp. To wire body
lights, Body Builders are to attach a terminal (International® part number 2033816C1 or Packard Electric part
number 12129493) and seal (International® part number 589391C1 or Packard Electric part number 12015193)
to the body feed cable. The cable can then be snapped into the empty cavity of the existing 5-way connector
(Note: if a splice is absolutely necessary, use heat shrink tubing with proper wire).
To connect to the tail light wiring harness, instead of using the OEM tail lights, use International® connector
1677851C1 or Packard Electric P12186400. Be sure to use a terminal plug in any unused cavities in the
connector body. Alternately, order feature code 08NAA which includes separate wiring for standard left and
right tail lights with 8' of extra cable for extending tail light wiring and separate wiring for left and right
body-mounted tail lights.
The standard tail light connectors are located at the lights mounted to both the driver and passenger sides of
the frame rail at the rear.
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STANDARD TAIL, MARKER, AND CLEARANCE LAMP CONNECTION
This feature is standard with standard tail lamps.
International® provides a connection point at the left rear standard tail lamp. The connection point is made
available so that power can be provided to additional tail, marker and clearance lamps.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
There is an unused cavity in the left rear tail lamp connector that can be used to provide tail, marker and
clearance power. Remove the connector from the lamp and remove the cavity seal. Terminate added circuit
with terminal and seal below, and insert into cavity D.
Table 41
Parts
Part Numbers
Terminal (12 gauge)
Seal
2033816C1
589390C1
NOTE: Circuit is protected internally by the Body Controller (BC) at 15 Amperes (AMPS). If current is close to
or exceeds 15 AMPS, a relay must be added.
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If the rear lighting is to be entirely body-mounted, and a connection to the rear harness tail lamp connector is
needed, use connector, terminal and seal specified below.
Table 42
Parts
Part Numbers
Connector
1677851C1
1687848C1 — 10 Gauge
2033912C1 — 12-14 Gauge
1677914C1
0589390C1 — 10-12 Gauge
0589391C1 — 14-16 Gauge
Terminal
Lock
Seal
Feed Terminal Location on Left Tail Lamp
Feed Terminal Location on Left Tail Lamp
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TESTING
When additional lights are added, test those lights for functionality and test the connection point for battery
voltage.
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BODY BUILDER WIRING AT END OF FRAME
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer
Socket – Back of Cab (BOC) and EOF.
08HAA
BODY BUILDER WIRING To EOF, With Stop, Tail, Turn, and Marker Lights Circuits, Ignition (IGN)-Controlled
Auxiliary Feed and Ground (GND), Less Trailer Socket
This feature is for vehicles that have heavy-duty lighting requirements. This feature has a 30 AMP IGN Feed.
Right and left turn signals can support up to seven turn lamps per side. Code 08HAA is designed for separate
stop and turn lamps only. The 7-wire breakout is located at the EOF, and there is no connector. The wires are
blunt-cut with heat shrink covering.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: 595ABC
Software Feature Codes that must be removed: NONE
These parameters should be left at their factory default values!
Table 43
Parameter
LT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
ID
Description
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
Park and ID Lights Low Current
Detection Level (AMPS)
Park and ID Lights High Current
Detection Level (AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Open Circuit
Detection Level (AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Low Current
Detection Level (AMPS)
Park and ID Lights High Current
Detection Level (AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Open Circuit
Detection Level (AMPS)
WIRING INFORMATION
08HAA gives 7 wires located at EOF that are blunt-cut.
Table 44 – 08HAA
Cavity
Circuit Number
Maximum Current
Description
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
R70
R68
R94
R58
R56
R57
R10
30 A
20 A
30 A
20 A
15 A
15 A
N/A
Stop Lights
Park Lights
IGN Feed
Identification Lights
Left Turn
Right Turn
GND
Fused by
F7-D
F3-B
F8-D
F3-D
F2-A
F2-C
F4-E4
D2-C2
F4-E4
D4-C4
F1-E1
F3-E3
Connector pinout is labeled as Trailer Socket (9734) connector in Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10,
Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer Socket – BOC and EOF. The connector itself is not supplied,
and wires are blunt-cut.
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Location of 7-Wire Breakout at EOF
TESTING
WARNING: To avoid property damage, personal injury or death, park the vehicle on a level surface, set the
parking brake, chock the wheels and turn the engine off.
1. Turn on vehicle headlights.
2. Verify that the taillight circuit (# R68) has battery voltage levels present.
3. Verify that the marker light circuit (# R58) has battery voltage levels present.
4. Turn off vehicle headlights.
5. Turn on left turn signal in vehicle.
6. Verify that left turn circuit (# R56) is cycling between battery voltage and GND.
7. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
8. Turn on right turn signal in vehicle.
9. Verify that right turn circuit (# R57) is cycling between battery voltage and GND.
10. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
11. Put the vehicle in reverse.
12. Turn the key to the accessory or IGN position.
13. Verify that the IGN circuit (# R94) has battery voltage levels present.
14. Press the vehicle brake pedal.
15. Verify that the stop circuit (# R70) has battery voltage levels present.
16. Release brake pedal.
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
See Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer Socket –
BOC and EOF.
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Feature 08HAA is not available with code 08HAG and 08HAH Electric Trailer Brake or codes 08TME and
08TMG Trailer Connection Socket and 08THH Aux Trailer Socket with Center Pin Circuit. If the vehicle has any
of these codes, 08HAA cannot be installed in the vehicle.
This feature is not easy to install, and every effort should be made to order the vehicle with the desired code.
Refer to the “How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide for obtaining information on
obtaining required circuits.
Refer to the 7-way socket at EOF for information covering circuit connections and use of the circuit diagram
manual to aid in assembly.
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BODY BUILDER WIRING
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder Connections.
08HAB
BODY BUILDER WIRING, BOC AT LEFT OF FRAME, includes 7-way sealed connector for
tail/amber/backup/accessory power/GND and sealed connectors for combination stop/turn and a 3-way for
separate stop/turn lights.
08HAE
BODY BUILDER WIRING, BOC REAR OF FRAME, includes 7-way sealed connector for tail/
amber/backup/accessory power/GND and sealed connectors for combination stop/turn and a 3-way for
separate stop/turn lights.
08HAU
BODY BUILDER WIRING INSIDE CAB; Includes Sealed Connectors for Tail/Amber,
Turn/Marker/Backup/Accessory, Power/Ground, and Stop/Turn.
These features provide power to operate various body loads or after-market accessories such as
stop/tail/backup/marker/rear turn signal lights, motors, heaters, etc. There are two connectors that come with
these options. A 7-way and a 3-way both have sealed mating connectors and sealing plugs pre-installed. The
7-way connector provides the combined stop and turn signal circuits while the 3-way provides the separate
stop and turn signal circuits. It is always recommended that sealed mating connector terminals be used to
attach body wiring to the vehicle wiring. Also, if this option is used in place of the standard rear lighting
connector, it is recommended that a mating connector with sealing plugs be placed into the standard rear tail
light connector.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: 595ABC
Software Feature Codes that must be removed: NONE
These parameters should be left at their factory default values!
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Table 45
Parameter
ID
Description
LT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
1910
LT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
1911
LT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
1912
RT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
1913
RT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
1914
RT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
1915
Park and ID Lights Low
Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Park and ID Lights High
Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Open
Circuit Detection Level
(AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Low
Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Park and ID Lights High
Current Detection Level
(AMPS)
Park and ID Lights Open
Circuit Detection Level
(AMPS)
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
08HAB: Connectors are located inside the driver’s side frame rail at the BOC.
08HAE: Connectors are located inside the driver’s side frame rail at the EOF.
08HAU: Connectors are located inside the cab.
Table 46 – 7-Way Connector Information
Wire Number
Cavity
Gauge
Color
Description
N68BB
N56BB
N57BB
N54BB
N71BB
N12BB
N11-GD
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
14
16
16
14
16
14
12
Brown
Yellow
Light Green
Brown
Light Blue
Light Blue
White
Tail Light
Left Turn Light
Right Turn Light
Marker Light
Back-up Light
Accessory Feed
GND
Fuse Rating
Available
(Amps)
Current (Amps)
20
10
10
20
10
20
--
20
8
8
20
6
20
--
Table 47 – More 7-Way Connector Information
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Description
Chassis Harness
(4450) 7-Way Connector
Lock
12 Gauge Seals
14 Gauge Seals
16 Gauge Seals
12 Gauge Terminals
14 Gauge Terminals
16 Gauge Terminals
2039311C91
Body Builder Harness
2039312C91
2039342C1
589390C1
589391C1
1652325C1
2039344C1
3535486C1
2039343C1
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Table 48 – 3-Way Connector Information
Wire Number
Cavity
Gauge
Color
Description
Fuse Rating
Available
N56BC
N57BC
N70BB
A
16
Orange
Left Turn Light
(Amps)
10
Current (Amps)
6
B
16
Orange
Right Turn Light
10
6
C
14
Orange
Stop Light
15
15
Table 49 – More 3-Way Connector Information
Description
Chassis Harness
Body Builder Harness
(4460) 7-Way Connector
Lock
14 Gauge Seals
16 Gauge Seals
14 Gauge Terminals
16 Gauge Terminals
1686834C1
3553961C1
1664408C1
589391C1
1652325C1
2033816C1
2033819C1
7-Way and 3–Way Connectors for 08HAB (BOC)
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2033911C1
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7-Way and 3–Way Connectors for 08HAU (Inside Cab)
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TESTING
WARNING: To avoid property damage, personal injury or death, park the vehicle on a level surface, set the
parking brake, chock the wheels and turn the engine off.
For Combined Stop and Turn:
1. Turn on vehicle headlights.
2. Verify that the tail light circuit, Cavity A of 7-way socket with brown 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
3. Verify that the marker light circuit, Cavity D of 7-way socket with brown 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
4. Turn OFF vehicle headlights.
5. Turn on left turn signal in vehicle.
6. Verify that left turn/stop circuit, Cavity B of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, is cycling between
battery voltage and GND.
7. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
8. Turn on right turn signal in vehicle.
9. Verify that right turn/stop circuit, Cavity C of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, is cycling between
battery voltage and GND.
10. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
11. Put the vehicle in reverse.
12. Verify that the body backup lights are working correctly.
13. Verify that the backup light circuit, Cavity E of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
14. Take the vehicle out of reverse.
15. Turn key to accessory or IGN position.
16. Verify that the accessory circuit, Cavity F of 7-way socket with light blue 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
17. Press the vehicle brake pedal.
18. Verify that the brake lights are functioning correctly.
19. Verify that the left turn/stop circuit, Cavity B of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, AND the right
turn/stop circuit, Cavity C of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire have battery voltage levels present.
20. Release brake pedal.
For Separate Stop and Turn:
1. Turn ON vehicle headlights.
2. Verify that the tail light circuit, Cavity A of 7-way socket with brown 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
3. Verify that the marker light circuit, Cavity D of 7-way socket with brown 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
4. Turn off vehicle headlights.
5. Turn on left turn signal in vehicle.
6. Verify that left turn circuit, Cavity A of 3-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, is cycling between battery
voltage and GND.
7. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
8. Turn on right turn signal in vehicle.
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9. Verify that right turn circuit, Cavity B of 3-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, is cycling between battery
voltage and GND.
10. Turn off vehicle left turn signal.
11. Put the vehicle in reverse.
12. Verify that the backup light circuit, Cavity E of 7-way socket with orange 16 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
13. Take the vehicle out of reverse.
14. Turn key to accessory or IGN position.
15. Verify that the accessory circuit, Cavity F of 7-way socket with light blue 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage
levels present.
16. Press the vehicle brake pedal.
17. Verify that the stop circuit, Cavity C of 3-way socket with orange 14 gauge wire, has battery voltage levels
present.
18. Release brake pedal.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
This feature is not easy to install and every effort should be made to order the vehicle with the desired code.
Refer to the “How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide for obtaining information on
obtaining required circuits.
Refer to the 7-Way Socket at EOF for information covering circuit connections and use of the circuit diagram
manual to aid in assembly.
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AUXILIARY 7-WAY TRAILER SOCKET
Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer Socket –
BOC and EOF.
08THG
AUX. TRAILER SOCKET 7-Way; With Battery Fed Circuit to Center Pin, With 25 AMP Fuse and Relay
Controlled by Switch with Indicator Light on Instrument Panel (IP) Fed from Hot Battery Feed (Not Wired Thru
Key Switch)
08THH
AUX. TRAILER SOCKET 7-Way; With Battery Fed Circuit to Center Pin, With 25 AMP Fuse and Relay
Controlled by Switch with Indicator Light Controlled by Accessory Side of Key Switch, Switch Mounted on IP
08THU
TRAILER SOCKET 7-Way; With Battery Fed Circuit to Center Pin, With 30 Amp Fuse and Relay Controlled by
Switch With Indicator Light on Instrument Panel Fed from Hot Battery Feed, When Parking Brake Is Applied,
Not Wired Thru Key Switch
08TMN
TRAILER CONNECTION SOCKET {Phillips STA-DRY} 7-Way; Equipped With ABS Feed, Mounted at BOC
and End of Frame Locations
These features allow a customer to connect two trailer lighting circuits to the vehicle. These options provide the
same functionality as sales code 08HAB but provide a second 7-way socket next to the existing 7-way socket
at the BOC.
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
None
Refer to feature code 08HAB for wiring and installation information. The circuits from the first 7-way trailer
socket are directly spliced to the circuits of the second 7-way trailer socket. Part numbers for the connector and
terminals remain the same.
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TRAILER AUXILIARY FEED CIRCUIT, 30 AMP ACCESSORY FEED
Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer Socket –
BOC and EOF.
08TKK
TRAILER AUXILIARY FEED CIRCUIT for Electric Trailer Brake Accommodation/Air Trailer ABS; With 30 Amp
Fuse and Relay, Controlled by Ignition Switch
These features enables a truck to be wired to accommodate multiple trailer sockets that will drive the electrical
loads of either an air brake type trailer or a trailer with electric brakes.
The 30 amp feed may be used for air brake Trailer ABS Power or as a charging circuit for electric trailer brake
batteries.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
None
Refer to feature code 08HAB for wiring and installation information. The circuits from the first 7-way trailer
socket are directly spliced to the circuits of the second 7-way trailer socket. Part numbers for the connector and
terminals remain the same. The circuit is routed to the end of the frame rail with blunt cut wires.
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EXTENDING TAIL LIGHT HARNESSES
08NAA
TAIL LIGHT WIRING MODIFIED Includes: Separate Wiring for Standard Left and Right Tail Lights, With 8.0’ of
Extra Cable; Separate Wiring for Left and Right Body-Mounted Tail Lights, With 8.0’ of Extra Cable
Feature code 08NAA provides eight additional feet of stop, turn, and tail light wiring to relocate the stop/turn
lights provided with the vehicle.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
The extra harness length for code 08NAA is coiled at the EOF on both the right and left frame rail per view
below. The loose harness connector is covered with a sealed connector. If standard tail lights are being
removed, use sealing cap to protect open connector.
If a harness is to be connected to the OEM connector, see below for parts requirements. The part number for
the 08NAA extension harness is 3547275C91.
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Table 50 – Left Side Connector
Connector Cavity Information and Parts Required to connect to OEM Connector
Connector P/N
Cavity
Circuit #
Description
Term P/N
Seal P/N
1677851C1
A
B
C
D
E
S71H
S68F
S56E
Plug
S10-GF
Back up
Tail
Stop/Turn
-GND
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
Table 51 – Right Side Connector
Connector Cavity Information and Parts Required to connect to OEM Connector
Connector P/N
Cavity
Circuit #
Description
Term P/N
Seal P/N
1677851C1
A
B
C
D
E
S71G
S68G
S57E
Plug
S10-GE
Back up
Tail
Stop/Turn
-GND
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
2033911C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
589391C1
Plug P/N – 587579C1
Connector Lock P/N – 1677914C1
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
See the part numbers identified in the “Wiring Information” section of this document.
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CENTER CHASSIS EXTENSION HARNESS
08WEB
SPECIAL WIRING HARNESS, BODY for Chassis, With 6' Additional Length to Accommodate Drop Frame
Beverage Body Application
Feature code 08WEB provides an additional 6 feet to the center chassis harness. This feature is to
accommodate drop frame applications but may be specified when additional chassis harness length is desired.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
A 6’ extension of the center chassis harness, part number 3560971C91, is provided for Beverage Body
Applications. A 24-pin connector is provided at the end of the extension.
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
See the part numbers identified in the “Wiring Information” section of this document.
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AUXILIARY HARNESS FOR AUXILIARY POWER SOURCE
08WEX
AUXILIARY HARNESS for Auxiliary Power Source; 30 Amp, Key Switched, 2-Pin Connector, Located on Floor
Between Seats
This feature consists of an ignition key switched wiring that is routed up the right “A” pillar to the back of cab to
a coil that when stretched out can reach between the seats. The circuit is protected with a 30 AMP fuse. This
feature is only available on the 7000 models.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
The wiring inside back of cab includes both GND and feed circuits, and the circuits are terminated to a two pin
connector. The GND circuit is white, and the Ign12V feed is orange.
Connector Part Number: 0587568C91
Connector ref # 1872F
View of Coiled Wire Location , Viewed From Inside Vehicle
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This switch is “hard wired” and there are no multiplex circuits associated with this feature. NOTE - This feature
does depend on IGNITION key position, and can not be turned on with the key off.
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If wire is to be routed out of cab the desired hole location for the harness to exit the cab and location may vary
from customer to customer, circuits are left on the floor for customer to drill hole.
Note that there are floor or back of cab reinforcements that should not be drilled into. Remove interior
components to locate harness and determine best hole location. Install grommet into the hole and seal around
cables and grommet to prevent leakage of moisture into cab.
When connecting to load, be sure to use sealed connectors or a splice protected with heat shrink sleeve with
an adhesive inner lining.
TESTING
1. Turn on ignition switch.
2. Verify that the added feature operates.
3. Verify that the feed wire is receiving battery voltage.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
If the vehicle was not ordered with the feature, it may be added. For information on parts and components, see
“How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide.
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ELECTRIC TRAILER BRAKES
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Electric Trailer Brake.
08HAG
ELECTRIC TRAILER BRAKE/LIGHTS Accommodation Package to Rear of Frame (ROF); for Separate Trailer
Stop, Tail, Turn, Marker Light Circuits; Includes Electric Trailer Brake Accommodation Package With Cab
Connections for Mounting Customer- Installed Electric Brake Unit, Less Trailer Socket
08HAH
ELECTRIC TRAILER BRAKE/LIGHTS Accommodation Package to Rear of Frame; for Combined Trailer Stop,
Tail, Turn, Marker Light Circuits; Includes Electric Trailer Brake Accommodation Package With Cab
Connections for Mounting Customer-Installed Electric Brake Unit, Less Trailer Socket
These features provide a four-circuit breakout, blunt-cut with heat shrink covering located under the Instrument
Panel (IP) on the left side of the steering column. The circuits include a Ground (GND) circuit, an electric brake
feed to electric trailer brakes, a 30 Ampere (AMP) power circuit plus the stop lamp feed. The circuits are
designed to work with all popular electric trailer brake controllers.
The two different features are designed to handle trailers with separate stop and turn and combination stop and
turn circuits.
The seven circuits that connect to the trailer are located at the rear of frame and are blunt cut with heat shrink
covering. The appropriate socket assembly needs to be added by the customer.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: 595AHU, 595ABC
Software Feature Codes That Must Be Removed: 0595ABS
These parameters should be left at their factory default values!
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Table 52
Parameter
LT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
ID
1911
1910
1912
1914
1913
1915
Description
Left front turn signal high current
detection level (AMPS)
Left front turn signal low current
detection level (AMPS)
Left front turn signal open circuit
detection level (AMPS)
Right front turn signal high
current detection level (AMPS)
Right front turn signal low current
detection level (AMPS)
Right front turn signal open circuit
detection level (AMPS)
Default
Units
Min
Step
Max
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
For circuit installation, see Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Electric Trailer
Brake.
The circuit colors/function to the electric brake controller are as follows:
Table 53
Circuit
Wire Color
Wire Gauge
Power feed to the controller
Stop lamp feed
Feed to electric trailer brakes
GND
Black
Red
Grey
White
12
16
10
16
08HAG and 08HAH provides seven blunt-cut wires located at end of frame and four blunt-cut wires located
under cab IP.
The following are the wires for the circuits found in the blunt-cut wires located at the end of the frame.
Table 54
Circuit Number
Maximum
Description/Labeled
Color
Current
08HAG and 08HAH Label Number (Connector 9724)
R70
R68
R94
R58
R10
30 A
20 A
30 A
20 A
N/A
Stop Lights
Park Lights
Trailer Brake
Identification Lights
GND
Red
Brown
Grey
Brown
White
08HAG Connector (Connector 9724)
R56
R57
15 A
15 A
Left Turn
Right Turn
Yellow
Light Green
08HAH Connector (Connector 9724)
R56
$57
15 A
15 A
Left/Stop Turn
Right/Stop Turn
Yellow
Light Green
08HAG and 08HAH Label ETB Controller (Connector 1923)
AJ11-GNA
A14NS
A70NS
A94T
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15 A
20 A
GND Signal
Power Supply Signal
Stop Lights
Elec Brake Signal
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White
Black
Red
Dark Blue
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Location of 4-Wire Breakout under Dash
Location of 7-Wire Breakout at End of Frame
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NOTE: Many trailers combine trailer marker lamps with the tail lamp. If this has been done, leave the black
circuit covered with the heat shrink tube.
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TESTING
1. Make proper trailer connections.
2. Turn on headlights.
3. Verify that the brown tail light wire and the black identification light wire have battery voltage levels present.
4. Turn off headlights.
5. Press the footbrake.
6. Verify that the red brake wire has battery voltage levels present.
7. Release the footbrake.
8. Turn on the left turn signal.
9. Verify that the yellow left turn signal wire is cycling between battery voltage and GND.
10. Turn off left turn signal.
11. Turn on the right turn signal.
12. Verify that the light green right turn signal wire is cycling between battery voltage and GND.
13. Turn off right turn signal.
14. Activate trailer brakes with the trailer brake controller.
15. Verify that the dark blue electric trailer brake wire has variable voltage levels present commensurate with
the position of the brake controller lever.
16. Verify that trailer brakes are functioning correctly by calibrating the electric trailer brake controller according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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TRAILER SOCKETS
Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Body Builder and Trailer Socket –
BOC and EOF.
08TME
TRAILER CONNECTION SOCKET 7-Way; Mounted at EOF, Wired for Turn Signals Independent of Stop,
Compatible with Trailers That Have Amber or Side Lamps
08TMG
TRAILER CONNECTION SOCKET 7-Way; Mounted at EOF, Wired for Turn Signals Combines With Stop,
Compatible With Trailers That Use Combined Stop, Tail, Turn Lamps
These features are used to connect trailer lighting circuits to the vehicle. These options are for providing
separate and combined stop and turn signals and are located at the EOF. These 7-way sockets provide
IGN-controlled fused 30 AMP center pins for trailer Antilock Brake Systems (ABS). Feature 08TMG is designed
for trailers with combined stop and turn lamps. With all trailer connection features, the socket is a standard SAE
recommended socket used in the trucking industry. The circuit arrangement in the socket is also the same as
SAE recommendation, except for 08TMG which has no separate stop circuit.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: 595ABW, 595AAD, and 595ABC.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
These parameters should be left at their factory default values!
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Table 55
Parameter
LT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
LT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Lo_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
Hi_Current
RT_FT_Turn_
OC_Current
ID
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
Description
Park and ID Lights Low Current
Detection Level (Amps)
Park and ID Lights High Current
Detection Level (Amps)
Park and ID Lights Open Circuit
Detection Level (Amps)
Park and ID Lights Low Current
Detection Level (Amps)
Park and ID Lights High Current
Detection Level (Amps)
Park and ID Lights Open Circuit
Detection Level (AMPS)
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0.5
A
0
10
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
A 7-Way Trailer socket is provided at the end of the driver’s side frame rail.
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Table 56 – Electrical Description of 08TME
Circuit Description
Fused
Available Current
Color
GND
Tail Lamp
Right Turn
Left Turn
Marker
Stop
Center Pin
-20
15
15
20
30
30
-20
15
15
20
30
30
White
Brown
Green
Yellow
Black
Red
Blue
Circuit Description
Fused
Available Current
Color
GND
Tail Lamp
Right Turn
Left Turn
Marker
Stop
Center Pin
-20
15
15
20
-30
-20
15
15
20
Not Provided
30
White
Brown
Green
Yellow
Black
-Blue
Table 57 – Electrical Description of 08TMG
TESTING
08TME
1. Turn on vehicle headlights.
2. Verify that the tail lights circuit (brown wire, top left cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage levels
present.
3. Verify that trailer marker circuit (black wire, top right cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage levels
present.
4. Turn off vehicle headlights.
5. Turn on vehicle right turn lamp.
6. Verify that the trailer right turn lamp circuit (green wire, bottom left cavity on trailer socket) is cycling
between battery voltage and GND.
7. Turn off vehicle right turn lamp.
8. Turn on vehicle left turn lamp.
9. Verify that the trailer left turn lamp circuit (yellow wire, bottom right cavity on trailer socket) is cycling
between battery voltage and GND.
10. Turn off vehicle left turn lamp.
11. Press the vehicle brake pedal.
12. Verify that the trailer brake light circuit (red wire, bottom center cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage
levels present when the IGN key is in the accessory position.
13. Verify that trailer brake circuit (Blue wire, center cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage levels present.
14. Release brake pedal.
08TMG
1. Turn on vehicle headlights.
2. Verify that the tail lights circuit (brown wire, top left cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage levels
present.
3. Verify that trailer marker circuit (black wire, top right cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage levels
present.
4. Turn off vehicle headlights.
5. Turn on vehicle right turn lamp.
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6. Verify that the trailer right turn/stop lamp circuit (green wire, bottom left cavity on trailer socket) is cycling
between battery voltage and GND.
7. Turn off vehicle right turn lamp.
8. Turn on vehicle left turn lamp.
9. Verify that the trailer left turn/stop lamp circuit (yellow wire, bottom right cavity on trailer socket) is cycling
between battery voltage and GND.
10. Turn off vehicle left turn lamp.
11. Press the vehicle brake pedal.
12. Verify that the right turn/stop circuit (green wire, bottom left cavity on trailer socket) and the left turn/stop
circuit (yellow wire, bottom right cavity on trailer socket) have battery voltage levels present.
13. Verify that the trailer brake light circuit (red wire, bottom center cavity on trailer socket) has battery voltage
levels present when the IGN key is in the accessory position.
14. Release brake pedal.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Adding these features after the vehicle is built is not an easy task. It is encouraged that the vehicle be ordered
with the desired feature.
Refer to the “How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide to obtain information on circuits and
components. It is necessary to have the circuit diagram manual that applies to the vehicle to complete the
installation.
The installation requires additional fuses and relays be added to the Power Distribution Center (PDC) in the
cab. Be sure to label the function of the added relays and fuses to the decal on the underside of the PDC cover.
The loose circuits will be numbered and correspond to the circuits outlined in the circuit diagram manual.
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FEATURES
WORK LIGHT AND OUTSIDE CAB POWER FEATURES
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WORK LIGHT/AUXILIARY REAR LIGHT
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 9, Lights, Fog Light and Work Light.
■ ■ Tractor
08WLL
WORK LIGHT; Pedestal Mounted With Switch on Instrument Panel
08WAA
WORK LIGHT; Pedestal Mounted With Switch on Instrument Panel (Truck Lite 81 Series)
■ ■ Straight Truck
08WMA
WORK LIGHT TOGGLE SWITCH, on Instrument Panel and Wiring Effects for Customer Furnished Back of
Cab Light
08WXN
WORK LIGHT (2) (Grote) 60 Series, Mounted Under Hood One Each Side
With the International®-installed work light (08WLL, 08WAA), nighttime trailer hook-ups are made easier with a
work light mounted at the Back of Cab (BOC) on tractors. This light illuminates the fifth wheel area of the
vehicle. Both features include a switch in the Instrument Panel (IP), or 08WMA can also come with a push
button switch located below the instrument cluster. Either switch will illuminate when the switch is on. These
features provide an out-of-cab load on pin G of the Body Controller (BC) connector #1603. The feature without
the light (08WMA) can be used to satisfy any number of electrical needs for vehicles with straight truck brakes
(4091) such as lights inside dry van boxes, small pumps, and illumination to aid in various job functions.
If the engine is off, there is a time out feature, which is factory set at 120 minutes. The time out period can be
changed through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer if not owned). If the vehicle is running,
the work light will not time out after 120 minutes. If the work light is left on when the vehicle is moving, the green
indicator light in the work light switch will flash.
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FEATURES
Work Light Located in Switch Pack
Push Button Switch Located Below the Instrument Cluster
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS-REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
08WLL, 08WAA: 595ABR Switch located in the switch pack
08WMA:
• 595ABR or
• 595AMU Switch located below the instrument cluster in position B and
• 595AJE
08WXN:
• 595AMU Switch located below the instrument cluster on right side
The Work_Light_Timeout_Enable parameter is used to set the amount of time that the customer desires the
work light to remain on after the IGN key is turned off. This parameter is for customers who desire to have their
work light time out after a specified length of time so that the light does not drain the battery(s) in case the
operator forgets to turn the work light off.
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FEATURES
If the current in the work light circuit falls below the level set by the Work_Light_Lo_Current parameter, the
Body Controller (BC) will register a fault code.
If the current in the work light circuit exceeds the level set by the Work_Light_Hi_Current parameter, the Body
Controller (BC) will shut off the circuit and register a fault code.
The Work_Light_OC_Current parameter should be left at its factory default of zero.
Table 58
Parameter
Work_Light_
Timeout_ Enable
Work_Light_
Lo_Current
Work_Light_
Hi_Current
Work_Light_
OC_Current
Load_Shed_
Level _Work_
Light
Work_Light_Off_
Speed
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
120
Min
10
1440
10
0
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0
A
0
10
0.1
This signal is a parameter that can be
adjusted to vary the amount of time that the
work light will remain on after the IGN key is
640
turned off. If this value is set to 6, the work
light will remain on for 60 minutes after the
IGN key is turned off.
Work Light Low Current Detection Level
1898
(Amps)
Work Light High Current Detection Level
1899
(Amps)
Work Light Open Circuit Detection Level
1900
(Amps)
2327
Level at which GEN2 work light is shed
1
List
0
3
1
2568
Speed at which the Work Light
will be turned off
90
Mph
1
90
2
WIRING INFORMATION
The maximum current load for the work light/aux light is 10 AMPS. The circuit protection is internal to the Body
Controller (BC).
Table 59 – Parts Required to Connect to Work Light Cable
Connector Part #
Lock Part #
Term Part #
Seal Part #
1661778C1
1661874C1
1661875C1
1661872C1
Table 60 – Terminals Designed for 16-Gauge Wire
Connector Cavity
Circuit Number
Circuit Description
A
B
N65
N65-G
Work Light Feed
Work Light GND
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FEATURES
Arrow Indicates Location of Work Light Connector (Straight Truck)
Arrow Indicates Location of Work Light (Tractor)
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FEATURES
TESTING
1. Activate work light switch.
2. Verify that pin G (labeled Work_Light) on the Body Controller (BC) connector (#1603) is providing battery
voltage.
3. Verify that the work light (or alternate load) is functioning properly.
4. Turn work light switch OFF.
5. Verify that the work light output goes OFF.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• For 08WLL, the software feature code 595ABR must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software (see local dealer).
• For 08WMA, the software feature codes 595ABR or 595AMU (dependent on switch location) and 595AJE
must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
• For 08WXN, the software feature code 595AMU must be enabled on the vehicle using Diamond Logic ®
Builder software (see local dealer).
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
local dealer if software is not owned).
• The customer must then wire the desired load into the pin labeled Work_Light on the Body Controller (BC)
output connector (#1603 – Work Light).
• The customer must install a 3-position momentary rocker switch (part number 3549804C91) in the switch
pack or appropriate part number for switch located below the gauge cluster. The switches are backlit with an
amber light for better viewing during night operations. The switch has a green indicator light in the top half of
the switch to indicate when the work light is on.
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AUXILIARY 40 AMP CIRCUIT, SWITCH CONTROLLED
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Aux and Power Source.
08XBK
SWITCH, AUXILIARY Switch 40 AMP Circuit for Customer Use; Includes Wiring Connection in the engine
compartment near the megafuse
Feature code 08XBK provides a 40 AMP battery feed for customer use. An in-cab rocker switch controls the
circuit. A blank window switch is provided with this feature along with a graphic overlay kit that allows custom
labeling of the switch function.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: 595AJH Body Controller (BC) Prog, SWITCH AUXILIARY In
Center Panel, With 40 AMP Fuse Circuit, Accessory-Controlled
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
WIRING INFORMATION
A blunt-cut wire (light green) taped back to the dash harness near the megafuse is provided for customer
interface to this circuit. The battery feed to this wire is through a relay that is enabled by a 12V signal from the
Body Controller (BC) connector 1601 pin E5 when the switch is activated.
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FEATURES
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TESTING
To test this circuit, verify that battery voltage is present at the wire provided when the in-cab switch is activated
with the IGN key in the on or accessory position. The green indicator in the rocker switch shall be illuminated
when the output is on.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
If the vehicle was not ordered with the feature, it may be added. For information on parts and components, see
“How Do I” - General Information section of this electrical guide.
Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to add the following software feature: 595AJH BC Prog, SWITCH
AUXILIARY In Center Panel, With 40 AMP Fuse Circuit, Accessory-Controlled.
Also refer to the “Center Panel” tab in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine the assigned location
of the rocker switch for this feature.
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OTHER EXTERNAL LIGHTING
08TMH
SWITCH, AUXILIARY Accessory Control; for Wiring in Roof, With Maximum of 20 AMP Load with Switches in
the Instrument Panel
This feature consists of a switch mounted in the center panel with wiring that is routed up the right “A” pillar. The
circuit is protected with a 20 AMP fuse. This feature is only available on the WorkStar models.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
The wiring in the roof includes both GND and feed circuits, and the circuits are blunt-cut covered with a heat
shrink sleeve. The GND circuit is white, and the feed is brown.
Switch Part Number: 3557932C1
Switch Label: "Roof Aux"
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FEATURES
View of the Right Pillar and Roof Area, Viewed From Inside Vehicle
Switch Controlling the Aux Roof Circuit Will Be In One of Three
Switch Positions Viewed Above
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This switch is “hard wired” and there are no multiplex circuits associated with this feature. The switch is lighted
to give an “ON” indication.
NOTE: This feature does not depend on any IGN key position, and can be turned on with the key off. Care
must be taken as leaving the switch on may discharge the batteries.
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FEATURES
Since the desired hole location for the harness to exit the cab and location may vary from customer to
customer, circuits are left in roof for customer to drill a hole.
NOTE: There are roof reinforcements that should not be drilled into or through. Lower the headliner to locate
the harness and determine the best location to drill a hole. Install a grommet into the drilled hole and seal
around the cables and grommet to prevent leakage of moisture into cab.
When connecting to load, be sure to use sealed connectors or a splice protected with heat shrink sleeve with
an adhesive inner lining.
TESTING
1. Turn on in-cab switch.
2. Verify that the added feature operates.
3. Verify that the feed wire is receiving battery voltage.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
If the vehicle was not ordered with the feature, it may be added. For information on parts and components, see
“How Do I” General Information section of this electrical guide.
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IN-CAB LIGHTING
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12-Volt, Standard Equipment
This standard connection provides a fused connection point (5 AMPS maximum for all circuits connected to this
point) to allow auxiliary lights to be dimmed as the panel lights are dimmed.
This circuit utilizes a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal. Do not connect a relay coil to it.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software Feature Codes that must be added: NONE
Software Feature Codes that must be removed: NONE
WIRING INFORMATION
The connection is located under the instrument panel left of the interior fuse panel.
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To connect to this circuit, remove the lock from the wire side of the bus bar connector and insert the added wire
with terminal (terminal part number 1661208C1) on an unused connection point.
NOTE: The cover opposite the wires should also be removed to verify that the new connection is properly
seated.
Re-install the cover and lock.
TESTING
Check that the added circuit properly dims when the panel dimmer switch is activated with the headlamp switch
in the PARK or ON position.
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FEATURES
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LIGHTS ON WITH WIPERS (LOWW)/DAY TIME RUNNING LIGHTS (DTRL)
Parameter 317
Lights On With Wipers (LOWW) - None
The Lights On With Wipers (LOWW) function turns on low beam headlights (tail, marker and clearance lights
are also turned on with low beam headlights) whenever the windshield wipers are ON steady or intermittent.
The headlights will not be enabled in washer mode. When the wipers are turned OFF, headlights will remain
ON until the key is turned OFF or the headlight switch is cycled from OFF to ON to OFF.
Parameter 188
Day Time Running Lights (DTRL) – None
The Day Time Running Lights (DTRL) function will turn on low beam headlights at 75% of normal brightness
whenever the key is in the RUN position and the Park Brake is OFF.
Both features may be enabled or disabled by using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Note: the DTRL is
required by law for Canadian registered vehicles and the feature must not be turned off.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code: 595ALB
Software Feature Codes that must be removed: 595ALH
Table 61
Parameter
ID
LOWW_
Enabled
317
DTRL_ Enabled
(See Note)
188
Description
Activate/Deactivate headlights on
with wipers. A value of 1 enables
and a value of 0 disables this
feature.
Activate/Deactivate day time
running lights. A value of 1
enables and a value of 0 disables
this feature.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Off
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
NOTE: The DTRL_Enable parameter is accessible only to Dealers.
WIRING INFORMATION
None required.
TESTING
LOWW
1. Turn on wipers (to the low speed) with IGN switch in run position.
2. Verify that the low beam headlights (and tail, marker and clearance lights) are on.
3. Turn on wipers (intermittent) with IGN in Run position.
4. Verify low beam headlights are on.
5. Turn off wipers and verify headlights remain on.
6. Cycle the Headlight switch and verify that headlights are off.
DTRL
1. Set the IGN switch to run with the park brake off.
2. Verify that low beam headlights are on.
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FEATURES
3. Set the park brake to on and verify that the low beam headlights turn off.
4. Set the IGN switch to accessory with the park brake off and verify that the low beam headlights are off.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
LOWW
1. Activate the LOWW_Enabled parameter using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software, or see a dealer.
DTRL
2. Go to your local dealer and have them enable the DTRL_Enabled parameter with their version of the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
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FEATURES
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AIR CONDITIONING
AIR CONDITIONING
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AIR CONDITIONING
Refer to the circuit diagram in S08322, Chapter 12, Air Conditioning.
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Air Conditioner (International® Blend Air) with integral heater, defroster and R134-A Refrigerant.
This is an electrical connection point for detecting when the air conditioner clutch is on. No direct electrical
connection point is provided for tapping into the A/C clutch wire. However, if an A/C clutch connection is
necessary, the Body Builder may use proper splice techniques to tap into wire AC77A. The added load required
by the Body Builder should not exceed two Amperes (AMPS). This control wire shall be at battery volts when
the A/C clutch is on and 0 volts when off. The software in the Body Controller (BC) determines when the A/C
clutch should be on or off based upon the mode of the HVAC controls in the cab and condenser temperatures
and high side pressures of the A/C system.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
WIRE GAUGE: 16 Gauge
WIRE NUMBER/COLOR: AC77A-LTGN
BC connector (1603): Pin C
TERMINAL: 3534163C1
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM: See Electrical Circuit Diagram Manual S08322 Chapter 12, Air Conditioning.
BC located in the cab behind the kick plate next to
the driver’s left foot
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TESTING
1. Start the vehicle. Turn on air conditioner.
2. Verify that the wire feeding the body load is at battery volts when the A/C Clutch is ON and 0 volts when
OFF.
3. Ensure that no faults codes are present when the truck is on.
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AIR CONDITIONING
BODY BUILDER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
In some applications it may be advantageous to add an additional A/C evaporator to cool remote areas of the
vehicle. The following procedures and part numbers will accommodate this addition.
NOTE: Do not break into the A/C clutch circuit for the purpose of controlling the A/C system.
Do not connect to the high side of the pressure transducer.
Do not connect to either of the A/C system thermistors.
PARTS INFORMATION
2007 MaxxForce DT and MaxxForce 9 Engines, Low Cab Mount
Hose, A/C assy accumulator to compressor – 3613035C92
Hose, A/C assy condenser to evaporator – 3613034C93
Hose, A/C assy compressor to condenser – 3613033C94
2007 MaxxForce DT, MaxxForce 9 and MaxxForce 10 Engines, Mid High Cab
Hose, A/C assy accumulator to compressor – 3613038C92
Hose, A/C assy condenser to evaporator – 3616067C93
Hose, A/C assy compressor to condenser – 3613036C92
2007 MaxxForce 7
Hose, A/C assy accumulator to compressor – 3612962C93
Hose, A/C assy condenser to evaporator – 3613034C93
Hose, A/C assy compressor to condenser – 3612960C94
PROCEDURE
WARNING: To avoid property damage, personal injury or death, park the vehicle on a level surface, set the
parking brake, chock the wheels and turn the engine off.
WARNING: Wear a face shield, or other adequate eye protection, and nonporous gloves when working with
refrigerant. The temperature of liquid refrigerant may cause injury or blindness if the refrigerant contacts the
eyes. Should liquid refrigerant come in contact with skin, remove contaminated clothing, including shoes and
treat the injury as though the skin had been frostbitten. See a doctor immediately.
WARNING: Refrigerant must be recovered from the air conditioning system before any components of the
system are replaced. Removing components while pressure is in the system will cause personal injury or
death.
1. Recover the refrigerant from the A/C system.
2. Remove the A/C hose from the condenser to the evaporator and install the new hose.
3. Remove the A/C hose from the accumulator to the compressor and install the new hose.
4. Install the A/C hose from the new evaporator to the aux. fitting on the newly installed hose from the
condenser to the evaporator.
5. Install the A/C hose from the new evaporator to the aux. fitting on the newly installed hose from the
accumulator to the compressor.
6. Evacuate the system.
7. Recharge the system using R-134A refrigerant. The original truck system holds 30 oz. and the new
evaporator should require an additional 16 oz. The additional requirement will vary from system to system
depending on the length of hoses and the capacity of the new evaporator. The additional capacity will also
require an additional 40 cc (1.2 fl. Oz.) of PAG oil in the system.
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CAUTION: Failure to add additional PAG oil to the increased capacity A/C system will result in improper
lubrication and lead to premature component failure.
8. Operate the vehicle to make sure the A/C is performing properly and is not leaking.
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A/C COMPRESSOR ACCOM. DUAL; FOR LOW SPEED ACCELERATION DISABLE, FOR
AFTERMARKET A/C SYSTEM
595AZR
This feature shall activate high side relay driver outputs A/C Compressor Clutch RD1 and A/C Compressor
Clutch RD2. Output will be defaulted to turn off when vehicle is not accelerating from a stop. This feature is
used to reduce engine load added by the AC compressors.
NORMAL OPERATION
The feature shall set AC_Clutch_RD_1 and AC_Clutch_RD_2 if the following conditions are true:
• (Ignition Signal is ON AND Current Gear is in Neutral AND Park Brake is Set)
OR
• (Ignition Signal is ON AND Current Gear is not in Neutral AND Park Brake is not Set AND Wheel Based
Vehicle Speed is less than 1mph AND Accelerator Pedal Position is less than Accelerator 8%)
OR
• (Ignition Signal is ON AND Current Gear is not in Neutral AND Park Brake is not Set AND Wheel Based
Vehicle Speed is greater than 4mph AND Engine Speed is greater than or equal to Engine Speed AC
Compressor On Speed)
The feature shall reset AC_Clutch_RD_1 and AC_Clutch_RD_2 if the following conditions are true:
• Ignition Signal is Off
OR
• (Current Gear is not in Neutral AND Park Brake is not set AND Wheel Based Vehicle Speed is less than or
equal to 4mph AND Accelerator Pedal Position is greater than or equal to Accelerator 8%)
NOTE: Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations on the Body Controller.
If pin locations F13 and F14 are being used by other features, contact Vehicle Programming Support for
assistance.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AZR
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURE
595ABC
There are no programmable parameters associated with this feature.
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AIR CONDITIONING
WIRING INFORMATION
See the graphic below. Install the circuits, as illustrated, if they were not factory installed.
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TESTING
1. With Park Brake released, Air Conditioning Demand on and compressor running, accelerate from a stop.
The Compressor (s) should be shut off, upon initial acceleration is completed.
2. The Compressor (s) should be shut off, upon initial acceleration is completed.
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TRANSMISSION SPARE INPUTS/OUTPUTS
AND TRANSMISSION CODES
TRANSMISSION SPARE INPUTS/OUTPUTS AND TRANSMISSION CODES
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION INTERFACES
13AHE
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 1000_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Includes Park Pawl, Less Retarder, With 19,500-lb GVW & 26,000-lb GCW
Max
13AHK
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 1000_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Includes Park Pawl, Less Retarder, With 19,500-lb GVW & 26,000-lb GCW
Max
13AKX
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 1000_RDS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 19,500-lb GVW & 26,000-lb GCW
Max.
13AKY
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 1000_EVS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 19,500-lb GVW & 26,000-lb GCW
Max.
13AHG
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2100_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHJ
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 33,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHL
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2100_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHN
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 33,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHP
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2100_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHS
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; 33,000 lb GVW & GCW Max., With PTO Provision, Less Retarder
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AND TRANSMISSION CODES
13AHT
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Refuse; With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 24,200-lb GVW Max.
13AHU
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2100_EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHW
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 33,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHY
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_MH} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 33,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13ALN
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2500_SP} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 33,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHH
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2200_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHM
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2200_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHR
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2200_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13AHV
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2200_EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
13ALG
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 2200_SP} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Park Pawl, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 26,000-lb GVW & GCW Max. Military
use only.
13AHZ
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb GVW & GCW Max.
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AND TRANSMISSION CODES
13AJA
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb GVW & GCW
Max.
13AJB
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, School Max. Bus GVW N/A
SCHOOL BUS
13AJC
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_PTS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder, Shuttle Bus, With 33,000 lb GVW &
GCW Max.
13AJE
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb GVW &
GCW Max.
13AJG
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Refuse/Mixer; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 62,000-lb GVW
13AJH
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb
GVW
13AJJ
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Refuse/Mixer; Includes Oil Level Sensor With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 62,000-lb
GVW Max.
13AJK
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb GVW &
GCW Max.
13AJL
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Refuse/Mixer; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 60,000-lb GVW
13AJM
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Specialty PTO; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, MAX. GVW N/A
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AND TRANSMISSION CODES
13AJN
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 80,000-lb
GVW & GCW Max.
13AJP
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Control; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Refuse/Mixer; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, With 60,000-lb
GVW Max.
13AJR
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON B-300} 4th Generation Controls; 5-Speed; With Overdrive, Includes
Oil Level Sensor, With Deep Sump, Less PTO Provision and Less Retarder, With 38,000-lb GVW Max.
13AJU
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed; With
Double Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A
13AJV
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed; With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A
13AJW
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed; With
Double Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A
13AJX
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3500EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed; With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A
13AKA
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000TRV_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed; With
Double Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO Gear, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A with
40,000-lb
13AKB
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000TRV_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed; With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO Gear, Less Retarder, Max. GVW N/A with
40,000-lb GCW
13AKG
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKH
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder
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AND TRANSMISSION CODES
13AKJ
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKK
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500_HS} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, Less PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKL
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKM
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKN
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarde
13AKP
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed, With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder
13AKR
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls, Close Ratio, 5-Speed; With
Overdrive, Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder
13AKS
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4000EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 6-Speed; With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder
13AKT
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed; With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder
13AKU
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500EVS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 6-Speed; With
Double Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With Provision for PTO, Less Retarder
13ALH
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_SP_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close Ratio, 5-Speed,
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, Military Support/Tactical MILITARY
ONLY
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13ALJ
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 4500_SP_P} 4th Generation Controls; Wide Ratio, 5-Speed, With
Overdrive; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder, Military Support/Tactical
13WDH
WIRING, TRANS BODY BUILDER Installed Wiring for Transmission/PTO Controls, for Allison 2000, 2100,
2200, 2400, 2500 Series Transmission Only
13WUA
ALLISON NEUTRAL Allison WT Transmission Shifts to Neutral When Parking Brake is Engaged and Remains
on Neutral When Park Brake is Disengaged
13WUB
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Highway Series (HS); General Purpose Trucks
13WUC
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); General Purpose Trucks, Construction
13WUD
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Emergency Vehicle Series (EVS); Rescue, Ambulance
13WUE
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Emergency Vehicle Series (EVS); Fire/Pumper, Tank, Aerial/Ladder
13WUG
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Truck Recreational Vehicle (TRV)
13WUH
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); Airport Refueler, Sewer Evac
13WUJ
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); Front Loaders, Rear Loaders,
Recycling/Packer Trucks
13WUK
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); Side Loaders
13WUL
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); Street Sweeper
13WUM
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Pupil Transportation Series (PTS)
13WUP
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Bus Series (B)
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13WUR
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Dump/Construction with Two-Speed Axle or Auxiliary Transmission
(RDS)
13WUS
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); General Purpose Trucks Modified for Single
Input Auto Neutral
13WUT
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Emergency Vehicle Series (EVS); Without Split Shaft PTO
13WUU
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Specialty Transmission Series (SP)
13WUV
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Highway Series (HS); General Purpose Trucks Modified for Single Input
Auto Neutral
13WUZ
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Emergency Vehicle Series (EVS), 127/198 includes J1939 Based Auto
Neutral; Fire/Pumper, Tank, Aerial/Ladder
13WVB
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Emergency Vehicle Series (EVS), 108/174 Includes J1939 Based Auto
Neutral; Rescue, Ambulance
The features listed above describe both Allison transmission sales features as well as Allison vocational
electrical interface sales features. Review each entry carefully, and choose the transmission and optional
electrical interface feature that is right for the particular equipment application. Allison electrical interface
connections are optional equipment on International® vehicles. Choose one of the features described below to
receive a cable harness interface connection on a vehicle factory-installed.
Allison provides electrical inputs and outputs for a variety of vehicle controls. The controls may be specific for
fire truck, emergency vehicle, loader, etc. See Allison Controls and General Information for details.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
See Allison Controls and General Information for technical details and circuit design.
With the Allison 3000/4000 Series, there are two connectors – 7205 and 7206. Connectors 7205 and 7206
have their mating connectors attached filled with cavity plugs. The interface connections are located in between
the radiator pipe and the engine on the driver side of the engine.
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To use these connectors, remove cavity plugs and use the following:
Table 62
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Connector
Mating Connector for 7205
Connector Lock
Cavity Plug
3525874C1
3525875C1
2025431C1
Terminals
Wire Gauge
1667742C1
16, 18, 20
Cable Seals
Wire Gauge
1661872C1
16, 18, 20
Connector
Mating Connector for 7206
Connector Lock
Cavity Plug
3525872C1
3525873C1
2025431C1
Terminals
Wire Gauge
1661875C1
16, 18, 20
Cable Seals
Wire Gauge
1661872C1
16, 18, 20
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The circuit numbers on the harness correspond to the circuit numbers used by Allison. The table below gives
the Allison 3000/4000 circuit number which corresponds to the circuit numbers in the International® harness
connectors. For a complete circuit diagram of the transmission wiring and for connector and terminal part
numbers, see Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 11, Transmission.
Table 63
Cavity
Circuit Number
I/O
Connector Number 7205
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K92B103
K92#161
K92#157
K92#124
K92#122
K92#105
K92#164
K92#162
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K92#101
K92#117
K92C103
K92#143
K92#142
K92#145
K92#130
K92#123
Maximum Current
-Input
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Input
---500 mAMP*
--500 mAMP
--
Connector Number 7206
Input
Input
-Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
-----500 mAMP
500 mAMP
--
*milliAmpere
NOTE: See Allison technical manual for suggested circuit design.
NOTE: See special features table below for package content.
NOTE: MUST COMPLY WITH FMVSS STANDARD #102.
The Allison 1000/2000 series has a single connector – 7205. Connector 7205 has its mating connector
attached and filled with cavity plugs. The interface connections are located in between the radiator pipe and the
engine on the driver side of the engine.
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To use connector, remove cavity plugs and use the following:
Table 64
Connector
Connector Lock
Cavity Plug
3525874C1
3525875C1
2025431C1
Terminals
Wire Gauge
1667742C1
16, 18, 20
Cable Seals
Wire Gauge
1661872C1
16, 18, 20
The circuit numbers on the harness correspond to the circuit numbers used by Allison. The table below gives
the Allison 1000/2000 circuit number which corresponds to the circuit numbers in the International® harness
connectors. For a complete circuit diagram of the transmission wiring and for connector and terminal part
numbers, see Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 11, Transmission.
Table 65
Cavity
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Circuit Number
I/O
Connector Number 7205
L92C103
L92#143
L92#150
L47C125
L92#101
L92#123
L92#145
L92#105
-Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Input
Maximum Current
--500 mAMP*
---500 mAMP
--
*milliAmpere
NOTE: See Allison technical manual for suggested circuit design.
NOTE: See special features table below for package content.
NOTE: MUST COMPLY WITH FMVSS STANDARD #102.
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The following tables show the various vocational feature codes that are available. Note the Group and Package
number correspond to Allison Group and Package number.
NOTES for the tables below:
M = Mode Button Located on Shift Tower
# = Not Available with Code 13AAZ or 13WUA
@ = Requires Code 13AAZ, Automatic Neutral
% = Requires Code 13WUA, Automatic Neutral
* = Not Activate
Table 65
Spare
Input/Output
Package Content
Function #
I-A
I-C
I-D
I-E
I-F
I-G
I-H
I-J
I-L
I-Q
I-W
I-Y
I-Z
I-AA
I-AG
I-AJ
O-A
O-B
O-C
O-D
O-G
O-J
O-I
O-O
O-Q
O-S
Code
13WU#B
13WUC#
13WUD#
13WUE#
13WUG#
13WUH#
Group
Package
98
200
99
113
102
150
Highway Series
(HS)
Rugged Duty
Series (RDS)
107
120
Emergency
Vehicle Series
(EVS)
110
113
Other
108
174
Emergency
Vehicle Series
(EVS)
Requirements
General Purpose
Trucks
General Purpose
Trucks,
Construction
Rescue,
Ambulance
Fire/Pumper, Tank,
Aerial/Ladder
Truck Recreational Rugged Duty Series
Vehicle (TRV)
(RDS)
Airport, Refueler,
Sewer Evac
Function Name
Secondary Shift
Schedule
PTO Enable
Shift Selection Transition
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (STD)
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (Special)
Auxiliary Hold
Engine Brake &
Preselect Request
Fire Truck Pump Mode
Auto Neutral for PTO
(STD)
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Direction Change Enable
ABS Input
Retarder Enable
Service Brake Status
Auto Neutral for Refuse
Packer & PTO Enable
4th Gear Lockup for
Pump Mode
Engine Brake Enable
Sump/Retarder
Temperature Indicator
Range Indicator
Output Speed Indicator A
PTO Enable
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Engine Overspeed
Indicator
Service Indicator
Retarder Indicator
Neutral Indicator for PTO
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M
M
M
M
M
143
143
101*
142
143
101*
101*
142
102/157
102/157
M
101*
142
102/157
102/157
102/157
102/157
122*
121
161
162
122*
121
161
162
122/123*
121
161
162
122*
121
161
162
121
161
162
121
161
162
122/123*
104
104
104
104
104
164
164
145
105
145
105
130
104
164
164
164
164
113
105
130
145 (4th)
105
130
145
105
130
145 (4th)
105
130
124
124
124
145
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Spare
Input/Output
Package Content
Function #
I-A
I-C
I-D
I-E
I-F
I-G
I-H
I-J
I-L
I-Q
I-W
I-Y
I-Z
I-AA
I-AG
I-AJ
O-A
O-B
O-C
O-D
O-G
O-J
O-I
O-O
O-Q
O-S
Code
13WUJ@
13WUK@
13WUL#
13WUM#
13WUP#
Group
Package
105
142
106
170
103
167
112
1484
Other
Rugged Duty
Series (RDS)
Rugged Duty
Series (RDS)
Rugged Duty
Series (RDS)
111
203
Pupil
Transportation
Series (PTS)
Requirements
Front Loaders,
Rear Loaders,
Recycling/Packer
Trucks
Side Loaders
Street Sweeper
School/Shuttle
M
142
M
143
101*
M
Bus Series (B)
Transit and Intercity
Bus
Function Name
Secondary Shift
Schedule
PTO Enable
Shift Selection Transition
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (STD)
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (Special)
Auxiliary Hold
Engine Brake &
Preselect Request
Fire Truck Pump Mode
Auto Neutral for PTO
(STD)
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Direction Change Enable
ABS Input
Retarder Enable
Service Brake Status
Auto Neutral for Refuse
Packer & PTO Enable
4th Gear Lockup for
Pump Mode
Engine Brake Enable
Sump/Retarder
Temperature Indicator
Range Indicator
Output Speed Indicator A
PTO Enable
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Engine Overspeed
Indicator
Service Indicator
Retarder Indicator
Neutral Indicator for PTO
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102/157
M
143
101*
101*
142
142
102/157
102/157
102/157
117*
117*
117*
121
161
162
121
161
162
101
121
161
162
121
161
162
142/117
104
104
104
104
164
164
164
164
105
130
113
105
130
145
145
105
145
105
130
124
145
124
145
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Input/Output
Package Content
Code
13WUR#
13WUS%
13WUT#
13WUU#
13WUV%
Group
Package
100
146
Dump/Constructio
n with Two-Speed
Axle or Auxiliary
Transmission
(RDS)
99
113 mod
107
119
114
163
98
200
Rugged Duty
Series (RDS)
Emergency
Vehicle Series
(EVS)
Other
General Purpose
General Purpose
Trucks Modified for
Fire (not for
Trucks Modified for
Specialty Vehicles
Single Input
Split-Shaft PTO)r
Single Input
Auto Neutral
Auto Neutral
Requirements
Function #
I-A
I-C
I-D
I-E
I-F
I-G
I-H
I-J
I-L
I-Q
I-W
I-Y
I-Z
I-AA
I-AG
I-AJ
O-A
O-B
O-C
O-D
O-G
O-J
O-I
O-O
O-Q
O-S
Specialty Series
Highway Series (HS)
(SP)
Function Name
Secondary Shift
Schedule
PTO Enable
Shift Selection Transition
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (STD)
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (Special)
Auxiliary Hold
Engine Brake &
Preselect Request
Fire Truck Pump Mode
Auto Neutral for PTO
(STD)
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Direction Change Enable
ABS Input
Retarder Enable
Service Brake Status
Auto Neutral for Refuse
Packer & PTO Enable
4th Gear Lockup for
Pump Mode
Engine Brake Enable
Sump/Retarder
Temperature Indicator
Range Indicator
Output Speed Indicator A
PTO Enable
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Engine Overspeed
Indicator
Service Indicator
Retarder Indicator
Neutral Indicator for PTO
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M
M
M
143
143
143
143
101*
101*
M
101/142
142
102/157
102/157
142
102/157
102/157
102/157
117
142
121
161
162
122*
121
161
162
121
161
162
121
161
162
121
161
162
104
104
104
104
104
164
164
164
164
105
130
145
105
130
145
105
124
124
164
145
130
145
124
145
105
130
124
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Spare
Input/Output
Package Content
Code
13WUZ#
13WVB%
Group
Package
127
198
Emergency
Vehicle Series
(EVS)
Fire/pumper, Tank,
Aerial/Ladder
108
174
Emergency
Vehicle Series
(EVS)
Ambulance,
Rescue
Other
Requirements
Function #
I-A
I-C
I-D
I-E
I-F
I-G
I-H
I-J
I-L
I-Q
I-W
I-Y
I-Z
I-AA
I-AG
I-AJ
O-A
O-B
O-C
O-D
O-G
O-J
O-I
O-O
O-Q
O-S
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Function Name
Secondary Shift
Schedule
PTO Enable
Shift Selection Transition
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (STD)
Auxiliary Function Range
Inhibit (Special)
Auxiliary Hold
Engine Brake &
Preselect Request
Fire Truck Pump Mode
Auto Neutral for PTO
(STD)
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Direction Change Enable
ABS Input
Retarder Enable
Service Brake Status
Auto Neutral for Refuse
Packer & PTO Enable
4th Gear Lockup for
Pump Mode
Engine Brake Enable
Sump/Retarder
Temperature Indicator
Range Indicator
Output Speed Indicator A
PTO Enable
Two-Speed Axle Enable
Engine Overspeed
Indicator
Service Indicator
Retarder Indicator
Neutral Indicator for PTO
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M
142
143
101
102/157
102/157
122/123
121
161
162
121
161
162
104
104
164
164
145
105
130
113
105
130
124
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GAUGES
This chapter describes the optional gauges that are either installed or can be installed in the instrument cluster.
If the vehicle was ordered without a desired gauge, one or more can be added in the field. Programming of the
Body Controller (BC) and proper placement is critical. Certain gauges will only work in certain locations. Before
adding the gauge to the vehicle, ensure that the vehicle can accept it. The outboard four gauges are the only
ones that can be moved or added. They can be added by using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Follow
the steps below for adding a gauge to the cluster (those without Diamond Logic ® Builder should see an
International® dealer). The following instructions can be followed for any of the four auxiliary gauge positions.
ADDING AND PROGRAMMING THE VEHICLE
a. Using Diamond Logic ® Builder, obtain a copy of the electronic vehicle file either by getting it from the
vehicle or from history.
b. Select the proper software feature code for the gauge to be added, and add this code to the configuration.
d. Position the gauge in the desired location in the cluster by clicking and dragging it to an open location
identified by a large blue circle. If the gauge will not move to a particular position, it is not designed to work
in that location.
d. Once the location of the gauge is determined, save the configuration and program the vehicle.
INSTALLING THE GAUGE
NOTE: Refer to the “How Do I – General Information” section of this electrical guide for information on how to
obtain gauge, circuits, and sensor part numbers.
a. Remove the cluster shroud from the Instrument Panel (IP).
b. Remove the four screws which hold the cluster in place.
c.
Tilt the cluster forward to gain access to the back of the cluster (use caution not to scratch the face of the
cluster).
d. Remove all the connectors from the back of the cluster, and remove the cluster from the vehicle.
e. Remove the ten screws from the metal panel on the back of the cluster.
f.
Remove the proper filler plug. See below.
g. Install the gauge using caution not to move the needle, damage the face, or get the face of the gauge dirty.
h. Connect the jumper wire in the socket directly next to the added gauge.
i.
Replace the metal panel, and install in the vehicle in the reverse order of removing it.
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WIRING INFORMATION
The standard cluster includes:
ODOMETER DISPLAY: Miles, Trip Miles, Engine Hours, Trip Hours, Fault Code Readout (Odometer, trip
odometer, and fault code readout electronic-liquid crystal display)
WARNING SYSTEM: Low Fuel, Low Oil Pressure, High Engine Coolant Temp, and Low Battery Voltage (Visual
and Audible)
GAUGE CLUSTER GAUGES (6): Engine Oil Pressure (Electronic), Water Temperature (Electronic), Fuel
(Electronic), Tachometer (Electronic), Voltmeter, Speedometer
GAUGE, AIR PRESSURE: Air 1 and Air 2 Gauges; Located in Instrument Cluster (Air Chassis only)
TESTING
Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to steer each gauge to test values.
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – ADDING AIR GAUGES
This feature provides system air pressure when an air compressor is ordered with a hydraulic brake vehicle.
04SBL
AIR COMPRESSOR {Bendix Tu-Flo 550} 13.2 CFM Capacity; and Tank for Air Source on Hydraulic Chassis
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
04SBL (Auxiliary Air gauge): 595AEP
The Aux_Air_Press_Alrm_Type_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the auxiliary
air pressure gauge alarm.
The Aux_Air_Press_Filter_Param parameter sets the auxiliary air gauge update rate. The higher the number is,
the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update rate available.
The Aux_Air_Press_Max_WL_Gen2 parameter sets the maximum point for auxiliary air in-gauge warning light.
When the auxiliary air pressure rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate. A
value of 76040 is the default gauge parameter and should normally not be changed.
The Aux_Air_Press_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for auxiliary air in-gauge warning light. When
the auxiliary air pressure falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
Table 66
Parameter
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Aux_Air_
Press_Alrm_
Type_Param
2380
Auxiliary air pressure
alarm types available
4
List
0
7
1
Aux_Air_
Press_Filter_
Param
108
255
No_Units
1
255
1
Aux_Air_
Press_Max_
WL _Gen2
2392
Aux_Air_
Press_Min_WL
1964
Auxiliary air gauge update
rate. A value of 1 is the
slowest and 255 is the
fastest update rate.
Maximum threshold for
auxiliary air in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 76040 means no
minimum warning light.
Minimum threshold for
auxiliary air in-gauge
warning light
Table 67
Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Auxiliary Air Pressure Gauge
3615266C1
3615267C1
This feature provides engine oil temperature to the vehicle operator.
16HGG
GAUGE, OIL TEMP, ENGINE
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HGG (Engine Oil Temperature): 595ADW OR 595ADX (Customer cannot use both)
** Software Feature Code 595ADW is used to read engine oil temperature off the datalink.
** Software Feature Code 595ADX is used to read engine oil temperature from a hard-wired analog sensor.
The Eng_Oil_Temp_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the engine oil
temperature alarm.
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The Eng_Oil_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the engine oil temperature update rate. The higher the
number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update rate
available.
The Eng_Oil_Temp_Max_WL parameter sets the maximum point for engine oil temperature in-gauge warning
light. When the oil temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
The Eng_Oil_Temp_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for engine oil temperature in-gauge warning
light. When the oil temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
Table 68
Parameter
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Eng_Oil_
Temp_Alrm_
Ty_Param
2354
Engine oil temperature
gauge alarm type.
4
List
0
7
1
255
No_Units
1
255
1
251
F
100
300
0.03125
3226
F
100
300
0.03125
Eng_Oil_
Temp_Filter
_Param
219
Eng_Oil_
Temp_ Max_WL
2274
Eng_Oil_
Temp_ Min_WL
2291
Engine oil temperature
gauge update rate. A
value of 1 is the slowest
and 255 is the fastest
update rate.
Maximum threshold for
auxiliary air in-gauge
warning light.
Minimum set point for
engine oil temperature
in-gauge warning light.
The default of 3226
means no minimum
warning light.
Table 69
Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Engine Oil Temperature Gauge
3615258C1
3615259C1
16HGH
Provides Allison transmission fluid temperature information to the vehicle operator.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HGH (Allison Transmission Oil Temperature gauge): 595ADZ
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the
Transmission oil temperature alarm.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the transmission oil temperature update rate. The higher
the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update
rate available.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Max_WL parameter sets the maximum point for transmission oil temperature in-gauge
warning light. When the oil temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for transmission oil temperature in-gauge
warning light. When the oil temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
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Table 70
Parameter
ID
Trans_Oil_
Temp_Alrm_
Ty_Param
2356
Trans_Oil_
Temp_
Filter_Param
589
Trans_Oil_
Temp_ Max_WL
2272
Trans_Oil_
Temp_ Min_WL
2273
Description
Transmission oil
temperature gauge alarm
type.
Transmission oil
temperature gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Maximum set point for
transmission oil
temperature in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 3226 means no
maximum warning light.
Minimum set point for
transmission oil
temperature in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 3226 means no
minimum warning light.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
No_Units
0
7
1
255
No_Units
1
255
1
3226
F
100
300
0.03125
3226
F
100
300
0.03125
Table 71
Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Transmission Oil Temperature
Gauge
3615268C1
3615269C1
This feature provides manual transmission oil temperature to the vehicle operator. Manual transmissions
should not be operated at temperatures above 250 °F (120 °C).
16HGJ
GAUGE, OIL TEMP, MANUAL TRAN
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HGJ (Oil Temperature gauge on a manual transmission): 595AEW
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the
Transmission oil temperature alarm.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the transmission oil temperature update rate. The higher
the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update
rate available.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Max_WL parameter sets the maximum point for transmission oil temperature in-gauge
warning light. When the oil temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The Trans_Oil_Temp_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for transmission oil temperature in-gauge
warning light. When the oil temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
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Table 72
Parameter
ID
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
4
No_Units
0
7
1
255
No_Units
1
255
1
Maximum set point
for transmission oil
temperature
Trans_Oil_
2272
in-gauge
warning
Temp_ Max_WL
light. 3226 means no
maximum warning
light.
250
F
100
300
0.03125
Minimum set point for
transmission oil
temperature in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 3226 means no
minimum warning light.
3226
F
100
300
0.03125
Trans_Oil_
Temp_Alrm_
Ty_Param
2356
Trans_Oil_
Temp_
Filter_Param
589
Trans_Oil_
Temp_ Min_WL
2273
Description
Transmission oil
temperature gauge alarm
type.
Transmission oil
temperature gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Table 73
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Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Transmission Oil Temperature
Gauge
3615268C1
3615269C1
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – ADDING GAUGES
Provides rear axle operating information to the vehicle operator. Rear axle temperature should not exceed 240
°F (115 °C).FEATURE CODE DESCRIPTION:
16HGL
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HGL (Rear Axle Temperature): 595AYA OR 595AYB (Customer cannot use both)
** Software Feature Code 595AYA is used to read rear-rear axle temperature AND forward-rear axle
temperature.
** Software Feature Code 595AYB is used to read just rear-rear axle temperature.
* 595AYA (rear-rear and forward-rear axle temperature)
The Fwd_RR_Axle_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the forward rear axle temperature update rate. The
higher the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest
update rate available.
The Rear_Axle_Temperature_Alarm_Gen2_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the
rear-rear axle temperature alarm.
The Rear_RR_Axle_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the rear-rear axle temperature update rate. The
higher the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest
update rate available.
The Rear_Axle_TempC_Max_Gen2_WL parameter sets the maximum point for rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the rear-rear axle temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning light in
the gauge will illuminate.
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The Rear_Axle_TempC_Min_Gen2_WL parameter sets the minimum point for rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the rear-rear axle temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light in
the gauge will illuminate.
The Fwd_Axle_TempC_Max_Gen2_WL parameter sets the maximum point for forward-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the forward-rear axle temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning
light in the gauge will illuminate.
The Fwd_Axle_TempC_Min_Gen2_WL parameter sets the minimum point for forward-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the forward-rear axle temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light
in the gauge will illuminate.
The Fwd_Axle_Temperature_Alarm_Gen2_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the
forward-rear axle temperature alarm.
Table 74
Parameter
ID
Fwd_RR_
Axle_Temp_
Filter_Param
277
Rear_Axle_
Temperature_
Alarm_Gen2
2415
Rear_RR_
Axle_Temp_
Filter_Param
519
Rear_Axle_
TempC_
Max_Gen2_WL
2485
Rear_RR_
Axle_TempC_M
in_Gen2_WL
2486
Fwd_Axle_
TempC_
Max_Gen2_WL
2498
Fwd_RR_
Axle_TempC_M
in_Gen2_WL
2499
Fwd_Axle_
Temperature_
Alarm_Gen2
2500
Description
Forward-rear axle
temperature gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Rear-rear axle
temperature gauge alarm
type.
Rear-rear axle
temperature gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Maximum set point for
rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light
Minimum set point for
rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. A
value of 117923 means no
minimum warning light.
Maximum set point for
forward-rear axle
temperature in-gauge
warning light
Minimum set point for
forward-rear axle
temperature in-gauge
warning light. A value of
117923 means no
minimum warning light.
Forward-rear axle
temperature gauge alarm
type.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
255
No_Units
1
255
1
4
No_Units
0
7
1
255
F
1
255
1
240
F
100
300
1
100
F
100
300
1
240
F
100
300
1
100
F
100
300
1
4
No_Units
0
7
1
* 595AYB (just rear-rear axle temperature)
The Rear_Axle_Temperature_Alarm_Gen2_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the
rear-rear axle temperature alarm.
The Rear_RR_Axle_Temp_Filter_Param parameter sets the rear-rear axle temperature update rate. The
higher the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest
update rate available.
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The Rear_Axle_TempC_Max_Gen2_WL parameter sets the maximum point for rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the rear-rear axle temperature rises above this set parameter, the warning light in
the gauge will illuminate.
The Rear_Axle_TempC_Min_Gen2_WL parameter sets the minimum point for rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. When the rear-rear axle temperature falls below this set parameter, the warning light in
the gauge will illuminate.
Table 75
Parameter
ID
Rear_Axle_
Temperature_
Alarm_Gen2
2415
Rear_RR_
Axle_Temp_
Filter_Param
519
Rear_Axle_
TempC_
Max_Gen2_WL
2485
Rear_RR_
Axle_TempC_M
in_Gen2_WL
2486
Description
Rear-rear axle
temperature gauge alarm
type.
Rear-rear axle
temperature gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Maximum set point for
rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light.
Minimum set point for
rear-rear axle temperature
in-gauge warning light. A
value of 117920 means no
minimum warning light.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
4
No_Units
0
7
1
255
No_Units
1
255
1
240
F
100
300
1
100
F
100
300
1
Table 76
Optional Gauges
Rear-rear Axle Oil Temperature
Gauge
Forward-rear Axle Oil
Temperature Gauge
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ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
3615272C1
3615273C1
3615260C1
3615261C1
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – ADDING GAUGES
This feature gives a visual read-out of the amount of pressure being applied to the brake pedal.
16HGN
GAUGE, AIR APPLICATION
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HGN (Air application gauge): 595ANP
The LH_Brake_App_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the brake
application gauge alarm.
The Brake_App_Filter_Param parameter sets the brake application gauge update rate. The higher the number
is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update rate available.
The Brake_App_Max_WL parameter sets the maximum point for the brake application in-gauge warning light.
When the brake pressure rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
The Brake_App_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for brake application in-gauge warning light. When
brake pressure falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
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The Brake_App_Max_WL_Gen2_AGSP parameter sets the maximum point for the brake application AGSP
warning light. When the brake pressure rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The Brake_App_Min_WL_Gen2_AGSP parameter sets the minimum point for brake application AGSP warning
light. When brake pressure falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
Table 77
Parameter
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
LH_Brake_
App_ Alrm_Ty_
Param
2348
Brake application gauge
alarm type.
0
No_Units
0
7
1
255
No_Units
1
255
1
0
150
0.5
Brake_App_
Filter_Param
128
Brake_App_
Max_WL
2343
Brake_App_
Min_WL
2337
Brake_App_
Max_WL_
Gen2_AGSP
2424
Brake_App_
Min_WL_
Gen2_AGSP
2423
Brake application gauge
update rate. A value of 1
is the slowest and 255 is
the fastest update rate.
Maximum set point for
brake application in-gauge
warning light. A value of
38020 means no
maximum warning light.
Minimum set point for
brake application in-gauge
warning light. A value of
38020 means no minimum
warning light.
Maximum set point for
brake application AGSP
warning light. A value of
38020 means no
maximum warning light.
Minimum set point for
brake application AGSP
warning light. A value of
38020 means no minimum
warning light.
38020
38020
psi
0
150
0.5
150
psi
0
38020
1
0
psi
0
38020
1
Table 78
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Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Air Application Gauge
3616155C1
361656C1
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – ADDING GAUGES
This feature gives a visual read-out of the amperage on the vehicle.
16HHT
GAUGE, Ammeter 150 Ampere (AMP)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HHT (Ammeter 150 AMP Gauge): 595AEZ
The Ammeter_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the number of beeps associated with the ammeter gauge
alarm.
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The Ammeter_Filter_Param parameter sets the ammeter gauge update rate. The higher the number is, the
faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update rate available.
The Ammeter_Max_WL parameter sets the maximum point for the ammeter in-gauge warning light. When the
amperage rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
The Ammeter_Min_WL parameter sets the minimum point for ammeter in-gauge warning light. When
amperage falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
The PAM_Acc_Pos_Offset_Param parameter estimates the electrical loads measured by the PAM when the
key is in the accessory position.
The PAM_Run_Pos_Offset_Param parameter estimates the electrical loads measured by the PAM when the
key is in the run position.
The PAM_Xfer_Function_Slope_Param parameter sets the slope of the transfer function used to calculate the
electrical load on the vehicle displayed by the ammeter.
Table 79
Parameter
ID
Ammeter_
Alrm_Ty_
Param
71
Ammeter_
Filter_Param
72
Ammeter_
Max_WL
2394
Ammeter_
Min_WL
2393
PAM_Acc_
Pos_Offset_
Param
1941
PAM_Run_
Pos_Offset_
Param
1940
PAM_Xfer_
Function_
Slope_ Param
1939
Ammeter_
Max_WL
2004
Ammeter_
Min_WL
2001
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Description
Ammeter gauge alarm
type. The number of
“beeps” is the value of this
parameter divided by 5.
255 is a continuous tone.
Ammeter gauge update
rate. A value of 1 is the
slowest and 255 is the
fastest update rate.
Maximum set point for
ammeter in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 1676 means no
maximum warning light.
Minimum set point for
ammeter in-gauge
warning light. The default
of 1676 means no
minimum warning light.
Estimation of electrical
load that is not measured
by the PAM when the key
is in the accessory
position.
Estimation of electrical
load that is not measured
by the PAM when the key
is in the run position.
Slope of the transfer
function used to calculate
the electrical load on the
vehicle to be displayed by
the ammeter
Maximum set point for
ammeter in-gauge
warning light.
Minimum set point for
ammeter in-gauge
warning light.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
Number
0
255
25
255
Number
1
255
1
1676
A
-300
300
1
1676
A
-300
300
1
0
A
0
250
1
5
A
0
250
1
475
micro Ohm
0
64255
1
150
A
-300
300
1
-150
A
-300
300
1
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Table 80
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Optional Gauges
ENGLISH Part Number
METRIC Part Number
Ammeter
3615264C1
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – OMIT FAULT CODES
This is an optional feature that removes the ability to read fault codes inside the vehicle, using the cluster’s LCD
display. No hardware change is needed. This is a software configurable feature.
16HKA
IP CLUSTER DISPLAY OMIT FAULT CODES — Omit display of fault codes in instrument cluster and disable
blink codes (requires service tool to retrieve and view fault codes).
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HKA (IP Cluster Display Omit Fault Codes): 595ANV
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is needed.
TESTING
1. Set Park Brake
2. Press and hold “Cruise On” switch and “Cruise Resume” switch
3. Odometer should NOT display “NO FAULTS” or a number of FAULTS.
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
Select software feature code 595ANV using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local Dealer)
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – FAULT CODES
This feature allows the retrieval of fault codes from the LCD display in the cluster. No hardware change is
needed. This is a software configurable feature.
16HKT
IP CLUSTER DISPLAY DIAGNOSTICS — Display on board diagnostics of fault codes in gauge cluster
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
16HKT (IP Cluster Display Diagnostics): 595ANW
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is needed.
TESTING
1. Set Park Brake
2. Press and hold “Cruise On” switch and “Cruise Resume” switch
3. Odometer should display the number of active and past fault codes.
4. Pressing the selection button on the face of the cluster will cycle through the fault codes, or they will
change to the next fault code every ten seconds.
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
Select software feature code 595ANW using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local Dealer)
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REMOTE POWER MODULES
International® has developed a method of controlling loads on the vehicle, outside the cab, without running
individual wires from each switch to the load. This is accomplished by an electronic device called a Remote
Power Module (RPM). This module is used to distribute and control power to various devices on the vehicle
from switches inside the cab. The RPM is connected to the Body Controller (BC) via the Body Builder J1939
datalink (not the powertrain or ATA datalink). The only wires connected to the RPM are battery power (for
driving the loads), datalink cable (which includes power and Ground (GND) to operate the module), and a wire
for each vehicle device operated by the RPM.
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REMOTE POWER MODULES (RPMS)
Refer to the Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Remote Power Units, Solenoid
Packs, Remote Engine Speed Controller.
There are several combinations of RPM and switch types available. Listed below are the current configurations
and what types of switches are provided for them:
MOMENTARY SWITCH RPMS
08WSK
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, REAR for Body Builder; With Six Momentary Switches in Instrument Panel (IP);
One Power Module, With Six Channels, 20 Ampere (AMP) per Channel and 80 AMP Max. Output, Switches
Control the Power Modules through Multiplex Wiring, Mounted at Rear on Frame
08WSM
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, MID for Body Builder, With Six Momentary Switches in IP; One Power Module
with Six Channel, 20 AMP Max. per Channel and 80 AMP Max. Output, Switches Control the Power Module
through Multiplex Wiring, Mounted Battery Box, Back of Cab (BOC)
08SAJ
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, MID for Body Builder; 12 Momentary Switches in IP, With Two Power Modules
with Six Channels, 20 AMP Max. per Channel, 80 AMP Max. Output, Switch Control Power Modules through
Multiplex Wiring, Mounted on Battery Box, BOC
08VZR
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, MID for Bodybuilder, 6 Switches in Instrument Panel; One Power Module with 6
Channels, 20 Amp Max. Per Channel, 80 Amp Max Output, Switches Control Power Module Through Multiplex
Wiring, Mounted in Cab Behind Driver Seat
08VZS
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, MID for Bodybuilder, 12 Switches in Instrument Panel; Two Power Modules with 6
Channels, 20 Amp Max. Per Channel, 80 Amp Max Output, Switches Control Power Module Through Multiplex
Wiring, Mounted in Cab Behind Driver Seat
NO SWITCHES PROVIDED RPMS
60AAM
BDY INTG, RPM AUX Mounted on the Driver’s Side Frame Rail at Rear of Frame; Up to 6 Outputs and 6
Inputs, Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total
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60AAN
BDY INTG, RPM AUX Mounted Back of Cab; Up to 6 Outputs and Inputs, Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80
AMP Total, “(No switches included)”
60AAL
BDY INTG, RPM {SPECIAL} Mounted Inside Cab behind Driver Seat; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP
Total; Includes Three Modules with Hardware Only
LATCHED SWITCH RPMS
60AAA
BDY INTG, RPM Mounted Under Cab; Up to Six Outputs and Six Inputs, Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80
AMP Total (Includes One Switch Pack with Latched Switches) Mounted on Battery Box, BOC
60AAB
BDY INTG, RPM (2) Mounted Under Cab; Up to Six Outputs and Six Inputs Each, Max. 20 AMP per Channel,
Max. 80 AMP Total per Power Module (Includes Switch Packs with Latched Switches) Mounted on Battery Box,
BOC
08WTJ
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, REAR for Body Builder with Six Switches in IP (2-position Latched Switches), One
Power Module With Six Channels, 20 AMP per Channel and 80 AMP Maximum Output, Switches Control the
Power Modules Through Multiplex Wiring, Mounted at the Rear of the Frame (ROF)
60AAD
BDY INTG, RPM (2) {SPECIAL} Mounted Under Cab or on Battery Box; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80
AMP Total per Power Module; Includes One Module with Switch Pack Containing Six Latched Switches and
One Module with Hardware Only
60AAG
BDY INTG, RPM Mounted Inside Cab behind Driver Seat; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total;
Includes One Module with Switch Pack Containing Latched Switches
60AAH
BDY INTG, RPM (2) Mounted Inside Cab behind Driver Seat; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total;
Includes Two Modules with 2 Switch Packs Containing Latched Switches
60AAJ
BDY INTG, RPM (3) Mounted Inside Cab behind Driver Seat; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total;
Includes Three Modules with 3 Switch Packs Containing Latched Switches
60AAK
BDY INTG, RPM (2) {SPECIAL} Mounted Inside Cab behind Driver Seat; Max. 20 AMP per Channel, Max. 80
AMP Total; Includes One Module with Switch Pack Containing Six Latched Switches and One Module with
Hardware Only
60AJL
BDY INTG, REMOTE POWER MODULE Mounted Inside Cab; Up to 6 Outputs & 6 Inputs, Max. 20 AMP per
Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total; (Includes 1 Switch Pack With Latched Switches)
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60AJM
BDY INTG, REMOTE POWER MODULE (2) Mounted Inside Cab; Up to 6 Outputs & 6 Inputs each, Max. 20
AMP per Channel, Max. 80 AMP Total; (Includes Switch Packs With Latched Switches)
FEATURE/BODY FUNCTION
• On the DuraStar models, codes 08SAJ, 08WSM, 60AAA, AAD, AAN and 60AAB have the RPMs mounted at
the back of the battery box.
• On the WorkStar models, codes 08SAJ, 08WSM, 60AAA, AAD, AAN and 60AAB have the RPMs mounted
under the cab, left rear.
• On either the DuraStar or WorkStar models, codes 08WSK, 08WTJ or 60AAM have the RPMs mounted on
the driver’s side frame rail at the ROF.
• On the DuraStar or WorkStar models, codes 08VZR, 08VZS, 60AAG, 60AAH, 60AAJ, 60AAK, or 60AAL
have the RPMs mounted inside the cab, behind the driver’s seat.
• On the Workstar models, codes 60AJL and 60AJM have the PRMs mounted inside the cab, behind the
passenger’s seat. On the DuraStar, codes 60AJL and 60AJM are not available.
• On WorkStar models code 60AAN is not compatible with 60AAB
Remote Power Module Internal Mounting Locations
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REMOTE POWER MODULES
Picture of Sample Mounting in Cab, behind Driver’s Seat
f_072
Feature codes 08WSK, 08WSM, 08SAJ, 08VZR, 08VZS, and 08WTJ each add a 6-pack switch pack in a
one-to- one relationship to the RPM feature code.
60AAA and 60AAB add switches by filling in the first empty switch location. Once the first switch pack is full, a
second will be added filling in from the left to right of the switch pack.
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The table below summarizes the RPM locations and configurations by sales code and model:
Table 81
RPM
Code
08SAJ
08WSK
08WSM
08VZR
08VZS
08WTJ
60AAA
60AAB
60AAD
# of RPM’s
and
Addresses
Used
2
(1, 2)
1
(4)
1
(1)
1
(1)
2
(1, 2)
1
(4)
1
(1)
2
(1, 2)
2
(1, 2
# of
Switches
Type of
Switches
Switch Configuration
Model
Location
12
Momentary
Mounted in their own 6 Packs
or 12 Pack Switchpack
DuraStar
WorkStar
Back of Battery Box
Under Cab Left Rear
6
Momentary
Mounted in their own 6 Pack
Switchpack
DuraStar &
WorkStar
Drivers side Rear of
Frame
6
Momentary
6
Momentary
12
Momentary
6
Latched
6
Latched
12
Latched
6
Latched
Mounted in their own 6 Pack
Switchpack
Mounted in their own 6 Pack
Switchpack
Mounted in their own 6 Packs
or 12 Pack Switchpack
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
DuraStar
WorkStar
DuraStar &
WorkStar
DuraStar &
WorkStar
DuraStar &
WorkStar
DuraStar
WorkStar
DuraStar
WorkStar
DuraStar
WorkStar
Back of Battery Box
Under Cab Left Rear
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
Drivers side Rear of
Frame
Back of Battery Box
Under Cab Left Rear
Back of Battery Box
Under Cab Left Rear
Back of Battery Box
Under Cab Left Rear
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
(Extended cab,
mounted outside of cab
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
(Extended cab,
mounted outside of cab
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
(Extended cab,
mounted outside of cab
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
(Extended cab,
mounted outside of cab
Not available
60AAG
1
(1)
6
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
DuraStar &
WorkStar
60AAH
2
(1,2)
12
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
DuraStar &
WorkStarI
60AAJ
3
(1, 2, 4)
18
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
DuraStar &
WorkStarI
60AAK
2
(1,2)
6
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
DuraStar &
WorkStarI
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
Latched
Fills in the next blank switch
location after factory switches
60AJL (Not
recommended,
use 60AAG)
60AJM
(Not recommended,
use 60AAH)
DuraStar
1
2
6
12
WorkStar
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
DuraStar
Not available
WorkStar
Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
60AAL
3
(1, 2, 4)
0
None
N/A
DuraStar &
WorkStar
60AAM
1
(5)
0
None
N/A
DuraStar &
WorkStar
60AAN
1
(3)
0
None
N/A
WorkStar
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Inside the cab behind
the driver’s seat
(Extended cab,
mounted outside of cab)
Drivers side Rear of
Frame
Back of Cab (Not
compatible with 60AAB
on WorkStar)
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
08WSK: 595AHB
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level1_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #1 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level2_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #2 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level3_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #3 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level4_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #4 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level5_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #5 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Fuse_Level6_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #6 of RPM #4.
The PwrMod4_Init_State1_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #1. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #1 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0,
the output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod4_Init_State2_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #2. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #2 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0,
the output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod4_Init_State3_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #3. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #3 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the
output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod4_Init_State4_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #4. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #4 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0,
the output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod4_Init_State5_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #5. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #5 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0,
the output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod4_Init_State6_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #4, output #6. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #6 of RPM #4 will be turned ON at ignition (IGN) key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0,
the output will be OFF at key-on.
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Table 82
Parameter
PwrMod4_
Fuse_Level1_
Param
PwrMod4_
Fuse_ Level2_
Param
PwrMod4_
Fuse_ Level3_
Param
PwrMod4_
Fuse_Level4_
Param
PwrMod4_
Fuse_ Level5_
Param
PwrMod4_
Fuse_ Level6_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
454
Current Limit in amps for
Output #1 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
455
Current Limit in amps for
Output #2 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
456
Current Limit in amps for
Output #3 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
457
Current Limit in amps for
Output #4 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
458
Current Limit in amps for
Output #5 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
459
Current Limit in amps for
Output #6 of RPM #4
20
A
0
20
0.1
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
PwrMod4_
Init_State1_
Param
460
PwrMod4_
Init_State2_
Param
461
PwrMod4_
Init_State3_
Param
462
PwrMod4_
Init_State4_
Param
463
PwrMod4_
Init_State5_
Param
464
PwrMod4_
Init_State6_
Param
465
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #1 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #2 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at ignition key-on.
If set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #3 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at ignition key-on.
If set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #4 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at ignition key-on.
If set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #5 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at ignition key-on.
If set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #6 of RPM #4 will be
turned on at ignition key-on.
If set to 0, output will be off at
key-on
08WSM & 08VZR: 595AHE
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level1_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #1 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level2_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #2 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level3_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #3 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level4_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #4 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level5_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #5 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level6_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #6 of RPM #1.
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The PwrMod1_Init_State1_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #1. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #1 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at ignition key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the
output will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State2_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #2. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #2 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State3_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #3. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #3 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State4_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #4. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #4 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State5_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #5. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #5 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State6_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #6. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #6 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
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Table 83
Parameter
PwrMod1_
Fuse_Level1_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level2_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level3_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_Level4_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level5_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level6_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
392
Current Limit in amps for
Output #1 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
393
Current Limit in amps for
Output #2 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
394
Current Limit in amps for
Output #3 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
395
Current Limit in amps for
Output #4 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
396
Current Limit in amps for
Output #5 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
397
Current Limit in amps for
Output #6 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
PwrMod1_
Init_State1_
Param
398
PwrMod1_
Init_State2_
Param
399
PwrMod1_
Init_State3_
Param
400
PwrMod1_
Init_State4_
Param
401
PwrMod1_
Init_State5_
Param
402
PwrMod1_
Init_State6_
Param
403
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #1 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #2 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #3 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #4 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #5 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #6 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at ignition key-on. If
set to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
08SAJ & 08VZS: 595AHE and 595AHD
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level1_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #1 of RPM #2.
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level2_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #2 of RPM #2.
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level3_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #3 of RPM #2.
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level4_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #4 of RPM #2.
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level5_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #5 of RPM #2.
The PwrMod2_Fuse_Level6_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #6 of RPM #2.
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The PwrMod2_Init_State1_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #1. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #1 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod2_Init_State2_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #2. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #2 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod2_Init_State3_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #3. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #3 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod2_Init_State4_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #4. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #4 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod2_Init_State5_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #5. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #5 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod2_Init_State6_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #2, output #6. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #6 of RPM #2 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level1_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #1 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level2_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #2 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level3_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #3 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level4_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #4 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level5_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #5 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Fuse_Level6_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from Output #6 of RPM #1.
The PwrMod1_Init_State1_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #1. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #1 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State2_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #2. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #2 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State3_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #3. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #3 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State4_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #4. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #4 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State5_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #5. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #5 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
The PwrMod1_Init_State6_Param parameter determines the initial state of RPM #1, output #6. If the parameter
is set to 1, Output #6 of RPM #1 will be turned ON at IGN key-on. If the parameter value is set to 0, the output
will be OFF at key-on.
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Table 84
Parameter
PwrMod2_
Fuse_Level1_
Param
PwrMod2_
Fuse_ Level2_
Param
PwrMod2_
Fuse_ Level3_
Param
PwrMod2_
Fuse_Level4_
Param
PwrMod2_
Fuse_ Level5_
Param
PwrMod2_
Fuse_ Level6_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
35
Current Limit in amps for
Output #1 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
36
Current Limit in amps for
Output #2 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
37
Current Limit in amps for
Output #3 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
38
Current Limit in amps for
Output #4 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
39
Current Limit in amps for
Output #5 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
40
Current Limit in amps for
Output #6 of RPM #2
20
A
1
20
0.1
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
PwrMod2_
Init_State1_
Param
41
PwrMod2_
Init_State2_
Param
42
PwrMod2_
Init_State3_
Param
43
PwrMod2_
Init_State4_
Param
44
PwrMod2_
Init_State5_
Param
45
PwrMod2_
Init_State6_
Param
46
PwrMod1_
Fuse_Level1_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level2_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level3_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_Level4_
Param
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #1 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #2 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #3 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #4 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #5 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #5 of RPM #2 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
392
Current Limit in amps for
Output #1 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
393
Current Limit in amps for
Output #2 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
394
Current Limit in amps for
Output #3 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
395
Current Limit in amps for
Output #4 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
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Parameter
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level5_
Param
PwrMod1_
Fuse_ Level6_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
396
Current Limit in amps for
Output #5 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
397
Current Limit in amps for
Output #6 of RPM #1
20
A
1
20
0.1
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
OFF
No_ Units
N/A
N/A
N/A
PwrMod1_
Init_State1_
Param
398
PwrMod1_
Init_State2_
Param
399
PwrMod1_
Init_State3_
Param
400
PwrMod1_
Init_State4_
Param
401
PwrMod1_
Init_State5_
Param
402
PwrMod1_
Init_State6_
Param
403
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #1 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #2 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #3 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #4 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #5 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
If this parameter is set to 1,
Output #6 of RPM #1 will be
turned on at IGN key-on. If set
to 0, output will be off at
key-on.
FEATURE BODY FUNCTION
60AAA provides one RPM where 60AAB provides two RPMs. Each RPM provides six load outputs for a
maximum of 20 AMPS per channel and a maximum of 80 total AMPS per module. Each RPM also provides six
inputs that can be either a 12 volt input or a GND active input signal.
60AAD provides two RPMs with only one 6-pack switch pack. This feature is specifically for customers that
wish to use advanced logic to control the outputs of these two RPMs through special customer-created
software.
60AAG provides one RPM, 60AAH provides two RPMs and 60AAJ provides three RPMs. Each RPM provides
six load outputs for a maximum of 20 AMPS per channel and a maximum of 80 total AMPS per module. Each
RPM also provides six inputs that can be either a 12 volt input or a GND active input signal.
60AAK provides two RPMs with one switch a 6-pack switch pack. 60AAL provides three RPMs. These features
are fir customers that wish to use advanced logic to control the outputs of the RPMs through special
customer-created software.
60AJL and 60AJM provide the same functionality as 60AAG and 60AAH respectively. It is recommended that
60AAG or 60AAH be used instead of 60AJL or 60AJM.
* There are other software features that can be ordered such as PTO features that will also use RPM outputs
and inputs. These features will take precedence over the RPM feature code switches and inputs/outputs. For
example, an order for a PTO feature that uses switch location one and RPM input/output one comes with the
PTO switch and five other switches that would control outputs two through six.
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Feature code 60AAA, 60AAB, 60AAD, 60AAG, 60AAH, 60AAJ, 60AAK, 60AAL, 60AJL or 60AJM are
configured by special unadvertised software feature codes. These codes are determined by the number of
additional features that use the RPM resources. The following codes should be added after all other features
are added to the vehicle.
60ACA = 595AJK – This feature should be added if there are features already using five RPM inputs/outputs.
60ACB = 595AJL – This feature should be added if there are features already using four RPM inputs/outputs.
60ACC = 595AJM – This feature should be added if there are features already using three RPM inputs/outputs.
60ACD = 595AJN – This feature should be added if there are features already using two RPM inputs/outputs.
60ACJ = 595AJP – This feature should be added if there are features already using one RPM input/output.
60ACK = 595AJR – This feature should be added if there no other features using any RPM inputs/outputs.
60ACV = 595AJS – This feature should be added to add the second RPM (60AAB).
The following parameters may or may not show up in certain combinations based on which of the above
software feature codes are installed on the vehicle.
The TEM_Aux1_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_1_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux2_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_2_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux3_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_3_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux4_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_4_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux5_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_5_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux6_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_6_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux7_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_7_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux8_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_8_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux9_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_9_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux10_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_10_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux11_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_11_Output of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux12_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
Aux_Switch_12_Output of RPM #1.
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Table 85
Parameter
ID
TEM_Aux1_
Output_Fuse_
Param
1990
TEM_Aux2_
Output_Fuse_
Param
1991
TEM_Aux3_
Output_Fuse_
Param
1992
TEM_Aux4_
Output_Fuse_
Param
1995
TEM_Aux5_
Output_Fuse_
Param
1999
TEM_Aux6_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2000
TEM_Aux7_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2100
TEM_Aux8_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2101
TEM_Aux9_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2102
TEM_Aux10_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2103
TEM_Aux11_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2104
TEM_Aux12_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2105
Description
This is the maximum current
Aux 1 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 2 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 3 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 4 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 5 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 6 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 7 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 8 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 9 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 10 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 11output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 12 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
FEATURE/BODY FUNCTION
08WTJ: 595AJG
Feature 08WTJ adds one RPM to the end of the frame to be used by itself or in combination with 60AAA (one
RPM BOC) or 60AAB (two RPMs BOC). The RPM will have six channels, 20 AMPS per channel, and 80 AMPS
maximum output. There will be six, 2-position, latched switches located in the IP that will control the RPM
through multiplex wiring.
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code: 595AJG
Conflicts with Software features: 595AHB
The TEM_Aux13_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output1 of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux14_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output2 of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux15_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output3 of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux16_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output4 of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux17_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output5 of RPM #1.
The TEM_Aux18_Output_Fuse_Param sets the limit (in AMPS) of the current flowing from the output labeled
RPM4_Output6 of RPM #1.
Table 86
Parameter
ID
TEM_Aux13_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2215
TEM_Aux14_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2216
TEM_Aux15_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2217
TEM_Aux16_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2218
TEM_Aux17_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2219
TEM_Aux18_
Output_Fuse_
Param
2220
Description
This is the maximum current
Aux 13 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 14 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 15 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 16 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 17 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Aux 18 output is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
Each module receives power from a 4-gauge cable, protected by a fusible link, connected to the battery stud of
the starter motor or the battery depending on the location of the RPM.
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Remote Power Module
Each generic RPM has the ability to operate up to six devices of 20 AMPS or less not to exceed 80 AMPS for
the entire module. Each RPM comes with a 6-pack of switches that is inserted into the center section of the IP.
Each generic switch controls one output of the RPM. The switch mapping is one-to-one with the RPM, i.e.
switch one controls output channel one on the RPM. The switch pack is connected to the switch data bus that
communicates switch operation to the BC, which communicates that operation to the RPM. The RPM also has
inputs on the module itself that can be programmed to control the outputs. This means that the RPM functions
like a 3-way lamp switch in a home. Each in-cab switch is a momentary rocker switch that is stable in the center
position. The upper section of each switch has an indicator light to provide the status of each power output
channel. Pressing the upper section of the switch will latch the respective power output channel on and
illuminate the indicator. Pressing the lower section of the switch will latch the power output channel off and turn
the indicator off. Likewise, the output channels may be controlled remotely by using a three-position momentary
single pole, double throw switch on each remote switch input. Applying battery volts to the remote switch input
will turn the output channel on. Applying GND to the remote switch input will turn the output channel off. The
lamp indicator on the IP switch will always display the current status of the output channel as long as the IGN
key is in the IGN or accessory position. Each RPM In-cab switch operates with the key in the IGN or accessory
position. The RPM remote input switches operate at any time. If a conflict exists between the switches, the off
state always wins.
A maximum of three RPMs may be connected to the vehicle from the factory which allows a total of 18 devices
to be controlled as long as the 80 AMPS per module is not exceeded. The modules can be relocated from their
mounting position as long as the datalink cable will reach its new mounting location without the datalink cable
being modified.
ADDRESSING RPMS
All RPMs require jumpers to tell the system controller what RPM it is controlling. Jumpers are to be installed in
a 23-way connector in location J3, shown in the figure below. No two RPMs can have the same address on a
vehicle.
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J3 23–Way Connector
Instrument Panel Mounted Switch Pack
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Switch Labeling: Switch packs provided with the RPM feature are general purpose “un-labeled” rocker
switches. Since the functions of the rocker switches are unknown at the time of vehicle assembly, “un-labeled”
rocker switches are provided so the Body Builder can customize the switches to any particular need. For switch
graphic information, see the Switches chapter in this electrical guide.
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Example with RPM Output Controlled by Switch Inside Cab
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Example with RPM Output Controlled by Switch Located on Chassis
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Table 87
Pin
Signal Name
Signal Direction Rating (Amps)
Body Data Link
GND
GND/Pass-Thru
Body Builder
Datalink
J1939+
Body Builder
Datalink
J1939–
Battery
Input/Pass-Thru
Body Datalink
GND
GND/Pass-Thru
Body Builder
Datalink
J1939+
Body Builder
Datalink
J1939–
Battery
Input/Pass-Thru
Module Battery Feed
2
3
4
6
2
3
4
6
1
Supply Voltage
5
5
Input
80
NOTE: Body datalink output is supplied with the mate to this
connector which is sealed and includes a 120 ohm terminating
resistor.
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No additional circuits can be added.
Table 88
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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Signal Name
Signal Direction
Signal Connector
Module Select Common
Module Select #1
Module Select Common
Module Select #2
Module Select Common
Module Select #3
Input #1
Input #2
Input #3
Input #4
Input #5
Input #6
GND
Digital Input
GND
Digital Input
GND
Rating (Amps)
0.010
0.010
0.010
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
Switch Input
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.010
Power Connector
Output #1
Output #2
Output #3
Output #4
Output #5
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
20
20
20
20
20
Output #6
Output
20
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NOTE: Refer to the Recommended Circuit Protection in the General section when selecting wire gauge and
fusing.
Table 89 – Mating Connector Information
Signal Connector — 23 Way
Connector
2005482C1
Terminal
1698937C1
Plug
1688285C1
Cable Gauge
16, 18, 20
Table 90 – Mating Connector Information
Power Connector — 8 Way
Connector
Lock
3548934C1
3548943C1
Terminal
3535930C1
3534163C1
3535931C1
Cable Seal
3535936C1
3535937C1
3548945C1
Plug
Cable Gauge
16, 18
12
14
Cable Gauge
2025431C1
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For Switch Product Graphic Label Kit part numbers, see the Switch chapter in this electrical guide.
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Here are some facts about the use of the RPM:
• Each RPM provides six outputs. The loads on each output are protected by virtual fuses and are
programmable in 100mA (milliAmp) increments, 20 AMP max. per channel, 80 AMP max. per module.
• A maximum of three RPMs per vehicle may be factory-installed, and a total of seven can be added after the
vehicle has been built.
• Power is fed to the RPM through a fused link from the battery or starter lug (depending on the vehicle model)
that controls lights, mirrors, solenoids, fans, etc.
• If higher current capacity is needed, the RPM can control a high current relay and still maintain logic and
diagnostic capability without having to wire to the inside of the cab.
• The RPM outputs may be programmed to be on or off with each key-on cycle (assumes a momentary switch
is used in the cab).
• There is an input connector for the Body Builder switches.
• A 3-way output control may be achieved by using a single pole double throw switch with the RPM inputs. The
respective RPM output may be turned on by the in-cab switch and off by the remote switch, and vice versa.
The in-cab switch indicator displays the status of the RPM output.
• The switch input actually goes to the BC so that the program rules can be checked. If all of the rules
checkout, the controller will activate the channel. If the preprogrammed logic rules for this circuit are not met,
the switch will flash until the desired condition is activated.
• A 12 volt input will turn a channel on, and a GND input will turn the channel off.
• If a latching switch is used by the TEM or Body Builder with the remote switch inputs, the channel cannot be
controlled by the in-cab switch.
• RPMs have diagnostic capability.
• As mentioned, the fusing current can be programmed. If that current is exceeded, the circuit will be “fused”
and the RPM will send that message to BC indicating which RPM and what output is over current.
• The RPM has two 6-pin connectors.
• The last module must have a 120–ohm terminating resistor in the datalink connector.
• All power, GND, and datalink signals are contained in these connectors.
• The two identical connectors located on the power input side of the module are the datalink connectors. They
are pass-thru connectors that allow for the “daisy chaining” of modules. Only one connector plugs into the
chassis harness.
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120–ohm Datalink Termination Connector on RPM
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Three RPMs can be added to a vehicle. The RPM kit 2594132C91 contains the RPM, datalink cables, three
foot power cable, 6-pack switch pack, LED indicators for the switches, and six latching switches. If momentary
switches are needed, order part number 3564004C1 in the quantity needed.
Table 91 – RPM Kit Contents
Part
Description
Quantity
2588909C92
3804529P93
3558934C92
3611349P93
MIN10
3519178C91
3549776C4
3578910C1
3578733C1
3533928C1
3552005C4
2585423C91
2585651C91
2594135R1
KIT, REMOTE POWER MODULE W/JMPR
MM, IP, WRG, J1939 PRIVATE RPM
HARNESS, CHASSIS WIRING* SINGLE
HARN, CTR CHSS. RPU/RPTO BOC DAT
FUSE 10A (3534209C1)
RESISTOR, ELECT TERMINATING
HOUSING, SWITCH*6-PACK DIN MULT
SWITCH, BLANK RCKR-2 POS BISTAB
LIGHT, IND, LED ON-GREEN, BRIGHT
LIGHT, IND, LED AMBER BKLGT
KIT, LIGHT* PRODUCT GRAPHIC FOR
KIT, RPM TERMINAL/SEAL 14GA
KIT, RPM TERMINAL/SEAL 12GA
MANUAL, INST RMT PWR MOD/BOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
1
1
1
1
This kit is for left-mounted battery box for DuraStar models and under cab for WorkStar models and inside the
cab, for both models. If truck has right-mounted battery box, add 3558936C91. If adding two RPMs, use jumper
harness 3558937C91 from first to second RPM and add 3558934C92 cable for the battery feed.
If RPM brackets are needed, the following part numbers will need to be ordered.
DuraStar models (one or two RPMs)
RPM bracket for inside the cab – 3676154C4
• Mounted inside the cab behind driver’s seat
RPM bracket for second BOC RPM – 3558794C1
• Mounted under battery box
WorkStar models (one or two RPMs)
RPM bracket for inside the cab – 3676154C4
• Mounted inside the cab behind driver’s seat
Day Cab – 3582976C2, Crew/Extended Cab – 3582983C2
• Mounted under driver side of cab
• 3558794C1 – Mounting Bracket
Attach the mounting bracket to the underside of the vehicle cab on WorkStar models (driver’s side) and the
back of the battery box if a second RPM is mounted on a DuraStar series. See figures below.
Attach the RPM to the vehicle-mounting bracket, and securely tighten the fasteners.
Install dash harness and center chassis harness as per the following instructions. The schematic diagram is
provided for assistance in the installation.
Wrap the add-on harnesses to respective dash and center chassis harnesses with electrical tape or other
harness wrap after the installation. Ensure harnesses are routed away from sharp edges and properly clipped
for good wire harness support.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
In-Cab
1. Install A5EB (1939 +) {yellow} into the BC (1602) cavity F6
2. Install A5EB (1939 -) {green} into the BC (1602) cavity F5
5. Insert A20 {lt green} into the fuse panel (1017) cavity E3.
6. Insert a 10 AMP fuse in cavity F3-E3 in the fuse panel (1017).
Engine Compartment
1. Install A5E (1939 +) {yellow} into the IP center chassis (1701) cavity 52
2. Install A5E (1939 -) {green} into the IP center chassis (1701) cavity 53
3. Insert A20 {lt green} into the IP center chassis (1701) cavity 51
4. Install N10-GR {white} into splice pack (8809) cavity C
Install a terminating resistor in the open connector in the cab, and install a terminating resistor in the last
module in the datalink.
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DuraStar with 2 RPMs
WorkStar Models Under Cab Mounting
Inside Cab RPMs are located behind the driver’s seat on 4000 models.
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DuraStar Models In Cab Mounting
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When more than one Remote Power Module (RPM) is installed, the Data Link wire harness must be
daisy-chained using the scheme diagrammed in the figure below. Connect the 6 pin Data Link Harness (J1939)
from the first RPM to either data link connector of the second. Continue connecting the data link jumper
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harness of each RPM to the next until the final RPM is reached. The last RPM in the chain will have a
Terminating Resistor inserted into the last remaining open 6 pin data link connector of the remote power
module. Various lengths of data link jumper harnesses and extension harnesses are available from Navistar
Service Parts through any Navistar Dealer.
Connecting Multiple Remote Power Modules
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Installation of Switch Packs and LEDs
To install a switch in the switch pack housing, insert the switch in the proper slot and push in until the switch
locking tabs are fully engaged (switches are keyed and cannot be installed upside down).
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Remove the rear cover of the switch pack. It is attached with a snap fit. See the attached pictures to determine
which end is up on the switch pack. Install the LED lamps with the white base (part number 3578733C1) in the
upper section of each switch on the switch pack housing. These are the indication of on lamps and will glow
green when activated. Note that the LED lamps have a keying feature as they are installed in the switch pack
circuit board. If the lamps are forced in against the proper orientation, they will not illuminate.
Install the LED lamps with the black base (part number 3533928C1) in the lower section of each switch on the
switch pack housing. These are the back light lamps and will glow amber when the panel lights are on.
Reattach the rear cover and secure the wire harnesses under the cover hooks.
Locate a free switch pack opening in the central IP.
If no switch packs are present in the vehicle, remove the switch blank below the radio space and locate the
6-pin cab harness for the switch packs. Connect the cab switch harness to the left side switch pack harness (as
viewed from the front). Connectors are keyed to ensure proper connection. Ensure that the switch pack is
installed in the proper orientation. The green indication of on lamps must be on top when viewing the front of
the switch pack.
If one 6-switch pack is already present, locate the new switch pack in the lower left switch pack area.
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Connect the second harness of the first switch pack to the input cable harness of the second switch pack.
Install the second switch pack into center IP. It is secured with a snap action.
Determine the function of each of the newly added rocker switches. Locate the set of switch labels in the parts
kit. Place the labels named “on” in the upper section of each windowed rocker switch. Place the switch name in
the lower portion of the rocker switch.
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If an additional switch pack is being installed, it is connected to the multiplex system by “daisy chaining” its
connectors to the existing switch pack (or to the cab harness if no switch pack is currently installed). It is
important to connect the switch packs in the correct order. Connecting the switch packs together and to the cab
harness in the wrong order will cause switch pack addressing problems.
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REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT OF SWITCHES AND SWITCH PACKS
To remove a switch pack from the panel use the DIN radio removal tool part number 2504954C1.
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Insert the extraction tools (2) into the two holes on either side of a switch pack housing until the locking tabs are
fully depressed. The switch pack can then be removed from the panel and the extraction tools removed.
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To remove individual switches or blanks from a switch pack, squeeze the locking tabs on the rear of the switch
or blank (top and bottom) and push it from the housing.
To install a switch pack in the panel, make the necessary connections then simply push the assembly into place
until the locking tabs are fully engaged.
NOTE: The switch pack can be inadvertently installed upside down. To avoid this when no switches are
present in the housing, make sure the white wire in the lead assemblies on the rear of the housing is towards
the top.
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PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM
The RPM and switch pack system is now installed.
The electrical system must now be programmed to recognize these new components.
With the Diamond Logic ® Builder software program, enable the appropriate 595xxx software feature codes
from the beginning of this section.
The system may also be programmed at the nearest International® dealer. Contact the dealer for details on
purchasing either of these programs.
When other body integration features are used, please refer to the body integration feature section for further
directions on installing these features.
TESTING 08WSK, 08WSM, 08SAJ, OR 08WTJ (ONE-TO-ONE MAPPING):
1. Turn key to accessory or IGN key state.
2. Activate first in-cab switch.
3. Verify that RPM output #1 is providing battery voltage.
4. Deactivate first in-cab switch.
5. Apply 12V to RPM input #1.
6. Verify that RPM output #1 is providing battery voltage.
7. Apply GND to RPM input #1.
8. Verify that RPM output #1 shuts off.
Continue the above testing procedure for each RPM switch location.
If any RPM outputs have been programmed to turn on automatically when the key is turned on, (see
programmable parameters) then turn the key to the on position and verify that those outputs are providing
battery voltage.
TESTING 60AAA OR 60AAB:
1. Turn key to accessory or IGN key-state.
2. Activate first in-cab switch.
3. Verify that RPM output #1 is providing battery voltage.
4. Deactivate first in-cab switch.
Continue the above testing procedure for each RPM switch location.
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SWITCH BODY CIRCUITS FRAME MTG REAR
Feature 08WTJ adds 1 RPM to the end of the frame to be used by itself or in combination with 60AAA (1 RPM
BOC) or 60AAB (2 RPMs BOC). The Remote Power Module will have 6 channels, 20A per channel, and 80A
maximum output. There will be 6, 2–position, switches located in the Instrument Panel, that will control the
RPM through multiplex wiring.
08WTJ
SWITCH, BODY CIRCUITS, REAR for Bodybuilder with 6 switches in instrument panel (2–position switches),
one power module with 6 channels, 20 amp per channel and 80 amp maximum output. Switches control the
power modules through multiplex wiring, mounted at the rear of the frame.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature code: 595AJG
Conflicts with Software features: NONE
Table 92
Parameter
Name
TEM_
Aux13_
Output_Fuse_
Param
TEM_
Aux14_
Output_Fuse_
Param
TEM_
Aux15_
Output_Fuse_
Param
TEM_
Aux16_
Output_Fuse_
Param
TEM_
Aux17_
Output_Fuse_
Param
TEM_
Aux18_
Output_Fuse_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Settings
Units
PV-TEMAux-13
Min Value Max Value
Step
Default setting for
TEM_Aux13_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
PV-TEMAux-14
Default setting for
TEM_Aux14_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
PV-TEMAux-15
Default setting for
TEM_Aux15_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
PV-TEMAux-16
Default setting for
TEM_Aux16_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
PV-TEMAux-17
Default setting for
TEM_Aux17_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
PV-TEMAux-18
Default setting for
TEM_Aux18_Output_Fuse
Param
20
Amps
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
Refer to current remote power module.
TESTING
Refer to current remote power module.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Select software feature code 595AJG using ICAP or the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local
Dealer)
• Programmable Parameters must be set using ICAP or the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local
Dealer)
• Refer to current remote power module for further installation instructions.
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Listed below is a listing of parts that may be required depending on how the vehicle was equipped at the
factory.
Table 93
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Part Number
Description
3595804F91
6 of 3533928C1
6 of 3578733C1
6 of 3578910C1
Consists of the following:
Light, Indicator, LED backlight (Amber)
Light, Indicator, LED on (Green) 1.0 CAN
Switch, Electronic, Blank Rocker — 2 POS
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Most switches are rocker actuators that do not require hard wiring. See the Switch Actuators for Multiplex
Systems Table below. The switches are used in switch pack modules (6 or 12 switches) that connect to the
multiplex system through the switch housing cable harnesses. Push button switches for the cluster are also
available. See Push Buttons Table below.
If the original vehicle has a three switch pack with only one or two switch locations full, adding another switch is
acceptable. Once three switch locations are full, adding more would require the purchase of a six switch pack.
To identify a 3 or 6-pack, remove the switch pack from the center console using the radio removal tool. A
3-pack has wires on the left side only; a 6-pack has wires on the left and right side.
In the Switch Actuator Table below, the first column references the part numbers of the new replacement
switch, and columns 2 and 3 are the replacement LED’s part numbers. Column 4 is the switch description.
Columns 5, 6, and 7 describe the switch functions. Position Number reflects the number of positions where the
switch can physically be placed. Position On denotes the position of the switch for activation. Switch Action
indicates whether the switch is momentary (spring-loaded, switch returns to a specific state) or if the switch is
latching (switch stays in the selected state).
NOTE: Switches are no longer packaged with LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes). LEDs must be ordered separately.
Refer to the Table below to locate the proper LED part numbers. Each switch usually requires two LEDs that
are installed from the rear side of the switch pack assembly (see the Switches section). If the switch has an on
indicator, a green LED will be located in the upper portion. An amber LED is required in the lower portion
providing for nighttime viewing. If a switch does not contain an on indicator, then an amber LED should be
installed in the upper as well as the lower section.
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NUMBERS AND INFORMATION
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SWITCH ACTUATORS FOR MULTIPLEX SYSTEM
LED part numbers: 3578733C1 (green) = 1
3533928C1 (amber) = 2
* = User may use any LED color they see fit.
Table 94 – Switch Actuators for Multiplex System
1
2
3
4
5
New Part # Indicator LED Back Light LED
Description
Position #
3563061C1
2
2
Head Light Switch
3
3560046C1
1
2
Engine Compression Brake On/Off On/Off
2
3560047C1
2
2
Engine Compression Brake Selector
3
3560048C1
1
2
Fan Override
2
3560659C1
1
2
Transfer Case Hi/Neut/Low
3
3560961C1
1
2
Blower Road Switch
2
3561702C1
1
2
Auxiliary Transmission
3
3563062C1
Dimmer Switch
2
3563063C1
1
2
Work Light Switch
2
3563064C1
1
2
Fog Light Switch
2
3563065C1
1
2
Exhaust Brake Switch
2
3563066C1
1
2
Plow Light Switch
2
3563068C1
2
2 Speed Axle Hi/Low
2
3563069C1
1
2
Front Axle Switch
2
3563070C1
2
Marker Interrupt
2
3563072C1
1
2
Auto Neutral Switch
2
3563073C1
1
2
Power Divider Lock
2
3563074C1
1
2
Diff Lock
2
3563075C1
1
2
Air Suspension Dump
2
3563076C1
1
2
5th Wheel Slide
2
3563079C1
1
2
PTO On/Off
2
3563080C1
1
2
Air Assist
2
3563111C1
2
Transfer Case Hi/Low
2
3563113C1
2
Wet Tank Drain
2
3563114C1
2
Primary Tank Drain
2
3582129C1
1
2
Mirror Heat
3
3587551C1
1
2
PTO, Xfer Case
2
3593177C1
1
2
Lift Gate
3
3597367C1
1
2
Forward Rear Differential Lock
2
3597368C1
1
2
Rear-Rear Differential Lock
2
3598282C1
1
2
Eng Spd
2
3606678C1
1
2
120VAC
3
3621122C1
1
2
Traction Control Mud/Snow
2
3622543C1
1
2
Traction Control Off Road
2
3809914C1
1
2
Parked Regen
3
3813770C1
1
2
Engine Brake On/Variable/Off
3
3564004C1
1
2
*Window Rocker Blank (3 Position)
3
3578910C1
1
2
*Window Rocker Blank (2 Position)
2
3579027C1
1
2
*Window Rocker Blank (2 Position)
2
2589880C91
*
2
Blue Rocker Blank (2-Position)
2
2589590C91
*
2
Red Rocker Blank (2-Position)
2
2589883C91
*
2
Yellow Rocker Blank (2-Position)
2
2589881C91
*
2
Orange Rocker Blank (2-Position)
2
2589882C91
*
2
White Rocker Blank (2-Position)
2
3533950C1
Plug, Filler Switch Blank for 6/12 packs
2585638C1
1
2
Switch, Rocker Blank
3
6
7
Position On
Mid/Up
Up
All
Up
All
Up/Down
All
Up/Down
Up/Down
Up
Up
Up
Up/Hi
Up
Down
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up/Hi
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up/Mid
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Switch Action
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Momentary
Momentary
Momentary
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Latching
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Momentary
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
Latching
ALL
Latching
NOTE: Blank switches have two clear square windows on them and require a stick-on graphic to identify
function and allow for custom switches. The graphic labels can be purchased under part numbers in the Switch
Graphic Label Kits Table below.
*These blank switches are normally to be used with Remote Power Modules (RPMs) or advanced logic
functions.
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NUMBERS AND INFORMATION
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PUSH BUTTONS — LEFT SIDE OF CLUSTER TABLE
Table 96 – Warning Lights
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Part Number
Description
3587032C1
3596344C1
3587033C1
3587034C1
3587024C1
3587031C1
Green Indicator Housing Less LED
Green 3 Candle Power LED
Amber Indicator Housing Less LED
Amber 3 Candle Power LED
Red Indicator Housing Less LED
Red 3 Candle Power LED
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SWITCH PACK AND RPM SWITCH LABEL GRAPHICS
A package of the first five switch label sheets is provided for usage by the Body Builder to finish the labeling of
the switches. There are also seven additional sheets at this time with more labels available from Navistar (see
the Switch section of this manual for a list of all labels offered from Navistar). If the Body Builder requires a label
name not already provided by International®, a custom label may be designed by following the specification of
the switch label appliqué drawing below. Supply of custom labels is the responsibility of the Body Builder.
Switch Labeling: Switch packs provided with the RPM feature are general purpose “un-labeled” rocker
switches. Since the functions of the rocker switches are unknown at the time of vehicle assembly, “un-labeled”
rocker switches are provided so the Body Builder can customize the switches to any particular need.
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SWITCHES AND SWITCH LABEL PART
NUMBERS AND INFORMATION
Switch Label Dimensions in Millimeters
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The supplier for the windowed rocker labels is:
ECI Screenprint
135 S. Main St.
P.O. Box 116
Thomaston, CT 06787
Telephone: 860-283-9849
Web site: eciscreenprint.com
When contacting ECI Screenprint, instruct them to create the labels in the same format and style as the
Navistar sheets to ensure product consistency and the factory fit and finish that is achieved by using the
Navistar graphics.
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Table 97 – Legend
Sheet
Kit Part No.
Sheet 1 – 5
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
3552005C4
2588422C1
First Label
Sheet
Kit Part No.
First Label
Left Alley
Mangr Cancel
Aux 1
On
Raise Bed
Self Test
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
2589327C1
2590999C1
2591000C1
2593674C1
2593676C1
2593677C1
2597868C1
Left Cot
Night Strobe
Hyd Filter
Tank1 Open
Door
Estop
Front
AUX WARN
Sheet 2
BOOM N/STOW
Table 98 – Labels – Page 1
(BLANK)
110 V INVT
12 VOLT OUTLET
120VAC POWER
A/C
A/C HEAT
AIR COMPR
AIR HORN
ALLEY
ALLEY LIGHTS
ALT FLASH
AMB POWER
ARROW BOARD
ARROW LEFT
ARROW RIGHT
ARROW SPLIT
ATF PUMP
AUTO
AUTO CHAINS
AUTOMATIC
AUX 1
AUX 2
AUX 3
AUX ENGINE
AUX HEAT
AUX LIGHT
AUX PTO
Sheet 4
Quantity of 8
Sheet 2
Sheet 4
Sheet 7
Sheet 4
Sheet 4
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 4
Sheet 9
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 6
Sheet 13
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 2
AXLE 1 DOWN
AXLE 1 UP
AXLE 2 DOWN
AXLE 2 UP
B LOAD GATE
BACK ALARM
BACKUP LIGHT
BAR LIGHTS
BATH ASSIST
BATH CONFIRM
BATH LIGHT
BATT SAVE
BATTERY ON
BEACON LIGHT
BED UP
BELLY VALVE
BIN LIGHT
BLOWER
BODY LOWER
BODY N/STOW
BODY OVRHT
BODY RAISE
BODY UP
BOOM
BOOM DOWN
BOOM LEFT
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 7
Sheet 3
Sheet 2
Sheet 5
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 2
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Sheet 11
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
DECK LIGHT
DEFROST FAN
DEFUEL VALVE
DFROST FAN 1
DFROST FAN 2
DIESEL GEN
DIESEL HEATER
DIESEL PUMP
DIESEL REEL
DIGGER
DIVIDER DOWN
DIVIDER UP
DO NOT MOVE
DOCK LIGHTS
DOME LIGHT
DOOR
DOOR DOWN
Sheet 1
Sheet 7
Sheet 7
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 5
Sheet 2 &12
Sheet 10
Sheet 1
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Sheet 5
BOOM RIGHT
BOOM STOW
BOOM UP
BOOST DOWN
BOOST OPERATE
BOOST UP
BOTTOM LOAD
BOX UP
BRAKE INTLCK
BRAKE LOCK
BRK INT OVRIDE
CAB BACKUP
CAB ROTO
CAB STROBE
CABIN LIGHTS
CAMERA LIGHT
CARGO LIGHT
CEILING LIGHT
CENTER DOME
CHARGE PSI LOW
CHARGR POWER
CHASER FLASH
CHECK ELEC
CHECK FAULTS
CHECK HYBRID
CHUTES
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 7
Sheet 3
Sheet 7
Sheet 2
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 11
Sheet 9
Sheet 12
Sheet 9
Sheet 3
Sheet 12
Sheet 9
Sheet 8
EMERG SHTOFF
EMERG STOP
ESPAR HEAT
ESTOP
EXHST FAN
EXT SPEAKR
EXTEND
FAN
FAN 1
FAN 2
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
FAST IDLE
FILL VALVE
FILTER BYPASS
FLOOD LIGHT
FLOOR HEATER
Sheet 11
Sheet 6
Sheet 4
Sheet 12
Sheet 2
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 4
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 2
Sheet 5
Table 99 – Labels – Page 2
CHUTES DOWN
CHUTES LOCK
CHUTES UNLOCK
CHUTES UP
CITY HORN
CLEAR LIGHTS
CLEAR WARN
CLOSE
CLOSE DOOR
CLOSE GATE
CLOSE WINDOW
CODE AMBER
CODE BLUE
CODE GREEN
CODE RED
COLOR LIGHTS
COMPRS PTO
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 2
Sheet 7
Sheet 1
Sheet 9
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 5
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NUMBERS AND INFORMATION
COMPT 1 CLOSE
COMPT 1 OPEN
COMPT 2 CLOSE
COMPT 2 OPEN
COMPT 3 CLOSE
COMPT 3 OPEN
COMPT LIGHT
CONVEYOR
COOL
COORDINATOR
CRANE
CRANE ACTIVE
CRANE DOWN
CRANE EXTEND
CRANE LEFT
CRANE LIGHT
CRANE PTO
CRANE RETRACT
CRANE RIGHT
CRANE UP
CRUISE
DEAD MN SWITCH
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Sheet 5
Sheet 11
Sheet 4
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 6
Sheet 13
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 7
DOOR LIGHT
DOOR OPEN
DOOR UP
DOWN
DRAIN VALVE
DRIVE LIGHT
DRIVER ALLEY
DRIVER DOME
DRUM CHRGE
DRUM DISCHRG
DRUM START
DRUM STOP
DUMP CLOSE
DUMP OPEN
DUMP POWER
DUMP VALVE
ELECT HORN
ELECT MAGNET
ELECT SUCTN
EMERG MASTER
EMERG OVRIDE
EMERG PANIC
Sheet 12
Sheet 2
Sheet 12
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 2
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 2
Sheet 12
Sheet 3
Sheet 2
Sheet 13
Sheet 3
FLOOR LIGHTS
FLOOR UNLOAD
FLORES LIGHT
FLOW 1 CLOSE
FLOW 1 OPEN
FLOW 2 CLOSE
FLOW 2 OPEN
FOG LIGHTS
FRONT
FRONT A/C
FRONT ALARM
FRONT CENTER
FRONT FLASH
FRONT LIGHT
FRONT SCENE
FRONT STROBE
FRONT SWEEP
FRONT UNITY
FRONT WARN
FRONT WORK
FRT OW NOZZLE
FT LF ARM DN
Sheet 5
Sheet 9
Sheet 1
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 11
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 7
Sheet 1
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
HYD OIL HI TEMP
HYD OIL LOW
HYD OVRIDE
HYD PUMP
HYD SHUTDN
IN REVERSE
INJECT SYSTEM
INTERNL VALVE
INTSEC LIGHTS
LADDER
LADDER DOWN
LADDER LIGHTS
LADDER N/STOW
LADDER PTO
LADDER RACK
LADDER UP
LAMP OUT
LAMP TEST
LASER LIGHTS
LCR 11 POWER
LEFT ALLEY
LEFT CEILING
LEFT CENTER
LEFT CHUTE
LEFT COMPT
LEFT COT
LEFT DOME
LEFT DOOR
LEFT EVAC
LEFT FLOOD
LEFT FRONT
LEFT HOSE
LEFT PTO
LEFT PTO ON
LEFT READ
LEFT REAR
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 8
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 1
Sheet 8
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 7
Sheet 7
Sheet 7
Sheet 10
Sheet 9
Sheet 12
Sheet 5
Sheet 10
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 6
Sheet 1
Sheet 5
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 11
Sheet 5
LEFT WARN
LEFT WING
LF DUMP CLOSE
LF DUMP OPEN
LF WEEDSEEKER
LIFT
LIFT ENABLE
LIFT EXTEND
LIFT GATE
LIGHT BAR
LIGHT BOARD
LIGHT TOWER
LO FLO HOSE
LOAD
LOAD MANGR
LOCK
LOCK DOOR
LOCK WINDOW
LOW
LOW PRES
LOW THROTL
LOW VOLTS
LOWER
LOWER BED
LOWER BOX
LOWER IDLE
LOWER LIFT
LOWER PLW LTS
LOWER WARN
LOWER WORK
MACHINE
MANGR CANCEL
MANUAL
MAP LIGHT
MASTER
MASTER HEATER
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 5
Sheet 13
Sheet 11
Sheet 3 &5
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 7
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 2
Sheet 9
Sheet 4
Sheet 9
Sheet 4 &5
Sheet 9
Sheet 7
Sheet 2
Sheet 5
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 7
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 11
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 13
Table 100 – Labels – Page 3
FT LF ARM UP
FT RT ARM DN
FT RT ARM UP
GAS PUMP
GAS REEL
GATE DOWN
GATE OPEN
GATE UP
GEN RUN
GPM FLOW
GROUND LIGHT
HAZARD LIGHT
HEAT
HEAT 1
HEAT 2
HEATED MIRROR
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
HEATER 3
HEATER 4
HEV OFF
HI FLO HOSE
HI THROTL
HIGH
HIGH IDLE
HIGH PRES
HIGH RAIL
HIGH WATER
HOOD OPEN
HOOK DOWN
HOOK UP
HOPPER
HOPPER DOWN
HOPPER LIGHT
HOPPER UP
HOSE LIGHTS
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Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 9
Sheet 5
Sheet 9
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
Sheet 1
Sheet 11
Sheet 5
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 9
Sheet 11
Sheet 7
Sheet 4 & 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 9
Sheet 4
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 4
Sheet 8
Sheet 7
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HOSE REEL
HYD ENABLE
HYD FILTER
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
LEFT SCENE
LEFT SPRAY
LEFT SWEEP
Sheet 1
Sheet 10
Sheet 12
MASTER POWER
MASTER THROTL
MEDIUM IDLE
Sheet 12
Sheet 2
Sheet 10
PURGE
PUSHER DOWN
PUSHER UP
QUICK RAISE
RADIO REMOTE
RAISE BED
RAISE BOX
RAISE IDLE
RAISE LIFT
RAMP ENABLE
REAR
REAR A/C
REAR ALERT
REAR ALLEY
REAR CAMERA
REAR CENTER
REAR CHUTE
REAR CNTRL
REAR COMPT
REAR DELIVRY
Sheet 10
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 13
Sheet 8
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 7
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 5
Sheet 1
Sheet 5
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 7
Sheet 10
Table 101 – Labels – Page 4
MESSG WAIT
METEOR LIGHT
METER POWER
MID START
MID STOP
MIDDLE
MIXER
MTROIL PUMP
NEED REGEN
NEON LIGHTS
NEUTRAL
NIGHT STROBE
NO DATA LOGGED
NO DATA LOGGING
NOT LEVEL
NOZZLE N/STOW
OIL LEVEL
OK TO HI IDLE
OK TO PUMP
OK TO THROTL
ON
OPEN
OPEN DOOR
OPEN GATE
OPEN WINDOW
OPTI COM
OUTRIG DOWN
OUTRIG N/STOW
OUTRIG UP
OVER LOAD
OVER RIDE
OVER TEMP
OXYGEN
OXYGEN LIGHT
PA POWER
PACKER LEFT
Packer On
Sheet 8
Sheet 4
Sheet 10
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 13
Sheet 6
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Sheet 5
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 13
Sheet 7
Sheet 13
Sheet 4
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
Sheet 4
Qty of 24
Sheet 9
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 9
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Sheet 5
Sheet 3
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 6 &13
Sheet 11
Sheet 11
PACKER RIGHT
PANEL LIGHT
PASS ALLEY
PERM LIGHT
PLC POWER
PLOW DOWN
PLOW LEFT
PLOW LIGHT
PLOW RIGHT
PLOW UP
POLE LIGHT
POWER
POWER WINDOW
PRESSURE
PRIMRY WARN
PRINTR POWER
PTO
PTO 1
PTO 2
PTO 3
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 12
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 3
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 1
Sheet 11
Sheet 2
Sheet 12
Sheet 7 & 12
Sheet 12
PTO CURB
Sheet 10
REAR FLASHR
Sheet 2
PTO DIESEL
PTO DRIVER
PTO GAS
PTO GEN
PTO OVRIDE
PTO PASNGR
PTO PUMP
PTO STREET
PUMP
PUMP & ROLL
PUMP ENG’D
PUMP HI
PUMP LO
PUMP ONE
PUMP PANEL
PUMP TWO
Sheet 10
Sheet 12
Sheet 10
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
Sheet 12
Sheet 2
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 6
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
REAR FLOOD
REAR GATE
REAR LIGHT
REAR MOOD
REAR SCENE
REAR STROBE
REAR SWEEP
REAR UNITY
REAR WARN
REAR WORK
REEL GATE
REFER FUEL
REFER TEMP
REGEN ON
REMOTE OVRIDE
RESET
Sheet 1
Sheet 6
Sheet 1
Sheet 11
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 6
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 12
Sheet 8
Sheet 11
SECND WARN
SELF TEST
SENSOR POWER
SHAKER
SHRED POWER
SHUT DOWN
SIDE DELVRY
SIDE EVAC
SIDE GATE
SIDE WARN
SIREN
SIREN BRAKE
Sheet 1
Sheet 6
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 2
SWIVEL DOWN
SWIVEL UP
TAG DOWN
TAG UP
TAIL GATE
TANK 1 CLOSED
TANK 1 OPEN
TANK 2 CLOSED
TANK 2 OPEN
TANK 3 CLOSED
TANK 3 OPEN
TANK 4 CLOSED
Sheet 9
Sheet 9
Sheet 3&12
Sheet 3&12
Sheet 8
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Table 102 – Labels – Page 5
RETRACT
RF POWER
RIGHT ALLEY
RIGHT CEILING
RIGHT CENTER
RIGHT CHUTE
RIGHT COMPT
RIGHT COT
RIGHT DOME
RIGHT DOOR
RIGHT FLOOD
RIGHT FRONT
Sheet 8
Sheet 10
Sheet 1
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 11
Sheet 8
Sheet 1
Sheet 5
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NUMBERS AND INFORMATION
RIGHT HOSE
RIGHT PTO
RIGHT PTO ON
RIGHT READ
RIGHT REAR
RIGHT SCENE
RIGHT SPRAY
RIGHT SWEEP
RIGHT WARN
RIGHT WING
ROAD MODE
ROOF AC
ROOF LIGHT
ROTO LIGHT
RR DUMP CLOSE
RR DUMP OPEN
RR LF ARM DN
RR LF ARM UP
RR OW NOZZLE
RR RT ARM DN
RR RT ARM UP
RT DUMP CLOSE
RT DUMP OPEN
RT WEED SEEKER
SANDER
SANDER ROTO
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 11
Sheet 5
Sheet 1
Sheet 10
Sheet 12
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Sheet 6
Sheet 13
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 6
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
SIREN HORN
SLOW FLASH
SLOW IDLE
SPARE
SPOT LIGHT
SPRAY FILL
SPREDR
SPREDR LIGHT
START
START GEN
START REGEN
STEP HEATER
STEP LIGHT
STEP LT CANCEL
STOP
STOP CONFIRM
STOP GEN
STOP HYBRID
STOP REGEN
STOP REQST
STROBE BAR
STROBE LIGHT
SUMMER
SUSP DUMP
SUSP KNEEL
SUSP RAISE
Sheet 2
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 7
Sheet 5
Sheet 2
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 12
Sheet 7
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 6
Sheet 13
Sheet 7
Sheet 9
Sheet 12
Sheet 13
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 8
Sheet 7
Sheet 13
Sheet 7 & 13
TANK 4 OPEN
TANK 5 CLOSED
TANK 5 OPEN
TANK 6 CLOSED
TANK 6 OPEN
TANK 7 CLOSED
TANK 7 OPEN
TANK 8 CLOSED
TANK 8 OPEN
TANK EMPTY
TANK HEAT
TANK VENTS
TARP UNWIND
TARP WIND
T-GATE DOWN
T-GATE UP
THROTL
TIRE PRES
TOOL CIRCUIT
TOWER DOWN
TOWER POWER
TOWER UP
TRAFFC CNTRL
TRAILER ACTIVE
TRANS HEAT
TRAP LIGHT
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 5
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 3
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
Sheet 13
Sheet 9
Sheet 13
Sheet 10
Sheet 7
Sheet 10
Sheet 10
Sheet 8
Sheet 10
Sheet 3
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 2
Sheet 9
Sheet 3
Sheet 7
Sheet 7
Sheet 11
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Qty of 2
Sheet 8
Sheet 1
Sheet 3
Table 103 – Labels – Page 6
TRUCK
TTP CLOSED
TTP OPEN
TV MONITOR
U WING NOZZLE
UNLOAD
UNLOCK
UNLOCK DOOR
UNLOCK WINDOW
UP
Sheet 2
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 5
Sheet 7
Sheet 11
Sheet 9
Sheet 4
Sheet 9
Sheet 5
VAC ON
VACUUM
VAN DOWN
VAN UP
VAPOR PUMP
VAPOR VALVE
VOLUME
WARN 1
WARN 2
WARN 3
Sheet 12
Sheet 8
Sheet 5
Sheet 5
Sheet 11
Sheet 7
Sheet 10
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
Sheet 12
WELDER LIGHT
WHEEL CHAIR
WHEEL CHOCK
WIG WAG
WIGWAG FLASH
WINCH
WINCH IN
WINCH OUT
WINDOW AJAR
WING LIGHTS
UPPER PLW LTS
Sheet 13
WATER
Sheet 8
WINTER
UPPER WARN
UPPER WORK
VAC OFF
Sheet 1
Sheet 1
Sheet 12
WATER CANNON
WATER J-STICK
WATER PUMP
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 5
WINTER SUMMER
WORK LIGHT
XFER CASE
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DUAL OUTPUT LATCHED SWITCH 40 AMPS
This feature provides one two-positioned latched rocker switch that controls one auxiliary load with a 40 AMP
maximum. This feature was designed for owners who have a load that requires a RPM output of greater than
20 AMPS. Two RPM outputs are required, and power would only be available in IGN or accessory key-state.
60ACE
BDY INTG, SWITCH DUAL OUTPUT 2 Position Latched Rocker, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mounted on Dash,
for 1; Auxiliary Load 40 AMP Maximum; Power Available Only in “Ignition (IGN)” or “Accessory” Position;
Controls Two Remote Power Modules (RPMs) (requires two RPM outputs)
Through programmable parameters, the owner can send the amount of current desired to the two outputs. This
allows the owner to customize the amperage supplied to the RPM output based on their specific needs.
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
Required software feature code: 595AKA
Software features that must be removed: NONE
The TEM_Dual1_Output1_Fuse_Param is programmed to allow a specified amount of current to go to the
RPM output 1. If the current exceeds this specified amount, the virtual fusing shuts the output off.
The TEM_Dual1_Output2_Fuse_Param is programmed to allow a specified amount of current to go to the
RPM output 2. If the current exceeds this specified amount, the virtual fusing shuts the output off.
Table 101
Parameter
ID
TEM_Dual1_
Output1_
Fuse_Param
1988
TEM_Dual1_
Output2_
Fuse_Param
1989
Description
This is the maximum current
Dual 1 Output 1 is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
This is the maximum current
Dual 1 Output 2 is allowed to
source before the virtual fusing
turns the output off.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Set
20
A
0
20
0.1
20
A
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
This feature requires the customer to supply the wiring that runs from the pins labeled
DUAL_OUTPUT_SWITCH_Output1 and DUAL_OUTPUT_SWITCH_Output2, on the brown 8-pin RPM output
connector, to the customer-installed feature that requires the load.
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TESTING
1. Depress the switch.
2. Verify that the desired voltage is being pulled from the RPM outputs labeled
DUAL_OUTPUT_SWITCH_Output1 and DUAL_OUTPUT_SWITCH_Output2 (as programmed by the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature code 595AKA MUST be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local
dealer).
• Programmable parameters must be set using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
• Install the switch in the in-cab switch pack
• Customer must supply wiring from the RPM output
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ONE INTERLOCKED LATCHED SWITCH DISENGAGE AT 30 MPH
This feature provides a 2-position latched rocker switch that controls one auxiliary load of 20 AMPS maximum
and requires one RPM output. Output will be defaulted to turn off when vehicle speed reaches 30 MPH. The
output will only be available in IGN or accessory key-state. This feature is used for applications such as a rear
shining light. If the operator forgets to turn the light off before he drives away, the light will shut off when the
driver hits 30 MPH.
The owner can interlock the switch with certain programmable conditions. These conditions can be set as
programmable parameters using the Diamond Logic® Builder software. These parameters are listed and
explained below.
60ACG
BDY INTG, SWITCH, INTERLOCKED 2 Position Latched Rocker, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mounted on
Dash for 1; Auxiliary Load 20 Ampere (AMP) Maximum; Output will disengage when Vehicle Exceeds 30 MPH,
Programmable; Power Available Only in “Ignition (IGN)” or “Accessory” Position (requires one Remote Power
Module (RPM) output)
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section).
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
Required software feature code: 595AKB
Conflicts with Software features: NONE
* TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param
This parameter (TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param) is the master parameter for this feature. The setting for
this parameter selects the interlocking condition for the output. The following table indicates which interlocking
condition corresponds to which setting for the parameter. To select the interlocking condition simply set the
value of this parameter to the corresponding setting on the table.
Table 102
Setting
Interlocking Condition
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Apply no interlocks to this output
Activate this output when the park brake is set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the park brake is not set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when a door is open AND the switch is on
Activate this output when all doors are closed AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the PTO is engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the PTO is not engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the engine is running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the engine is not running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed exceeds the value set in TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed is less than the value set in TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is
on
Activate this output when the vehicle is stopped AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is moving AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the transmission gear is higher than TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission gear is lower than TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is not in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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* TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off
Normally, if the output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will re-activate as
soon as the interlocking condition is re-established as long as the switch is still on. If this behavior is not
desirable, the parameter TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off parameter can be set. When it is set and the
output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will not reactivate when the
interlocking condition is re-established even if the switch is still on. To re-activate the output in this case, the
switch must be re-cycled (flipped off and then on again).
* TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10, the speed-interlock parameter
(TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to the actual speed to use
in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param (default unit for this parameter is MPH). The
speed parameter is only used if TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10.
Example: If you want the output to only come on when the vehicle is traveling over 15 MPH, you would set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 9 and set TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param to 15 MPH.
* TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14 and the vehicle has an automatic transmission, the
gear-interlock parameter (TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to
the transmission gear to use in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param. The transmission
gear is set as follows:
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Table 103
Setting
Transmission Gear
125
Transmission in Neutral
126
127
128
125 + x
Transmission is in the 1st forward gear
Transmission is in the 2nd forward gear
Transmission is in the 3rd forward gear
Transmission is in the xth forward gear
124
123
125 – y
Transmission is in the 1st reverse gear
Transmission is in the 2nd reverse gear
Transmission is in the yth reverse gear
The transmission gear parameter is only used if TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle transmission is in a reverse gear, set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 10 and TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param to 125.
* TEM_Aux1_w_Ilocks_Output_Fuse
This parameter is the value at which the output will fuse (shut off). The allowable values are from 1 to 20
Amperes.
Table 104
Parameter
TEM_Aux1_
Interlock_
Latches_Off
TEM_Aux1_
Speed_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux1_
Gear_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ilocks_
Output_Fuse
TEM_Aux1_
Misc_ Interlock_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
2006
If this is set, when the output is turned
off due to an interlock, it will remain off
until the switch is recycled.
Min
Max
Set
Off
On/Off
2007
The speed parameter for the TEM Aux
#1 with Interlocks feature.
30
Mph
0
100
1
2008
The transmission gear parameter for the
TEM Aux #1 with Interlocks feature (124
is reverse, 125 is neutral, 126 is 1st
gear, 127 is second gear etc.).
0
Number
0
250
1
2009
Fuse parameter for the TEM Single
output with interlocks feature.
20
A
0
20
0.1
2033
Miscellaneous or control parameter
used for setting the interlock for the
auxiliary 1 with interlocks.
10
List
WIRING INFORMATION
The wiring out of the pin labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX1_Output on the Brown 8-pin RPM output
connector is customer supplied.
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TESTING
1. Depress switch.
2. Verify that the RPM output labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is obtaining the desired
voltage (as programmed by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
3. Verify the functionality of the 30 Mph interlock by violating the parameter and determine that the output
shuts off.
4. Test all other interlocks by violating the programmable parameters to see if the output shuts off.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature code 595AKB MUST be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local
dealer).
• Programmable Parameters must be set using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer)
• The 2-position latched rocker switch must be installed in the in-cab switch pack
• Customer must install the wiring from the RPM output.
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TWO INTERLOCKED LATCHED SWITCH DISENGAGE AT 30 MPH
This feature provides TWO 2-position Latched Rocker switches that control two auxiliary loads, each having a
20 AMP maximum and requiring a total of two RPM outputs. Outputs are defaulted to disengage when vehicle
speed reaches 30 MPH. The outputs will only be available in IGN or accessory key-state. This feature is used
for applications such as a rear shining light. If the operator forgets to turn the light off before he drives away, the
light will shut off when the driver hits 30 MPH.
The owner can interlock the switch with certain programmable conditions. These conditions can be set as
programmable parameters using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. These parameters are listed and
explained below.
60ACH
BDY INTG, SWITCH, INTERLOCKED (2) 2 Position Latched Rockers, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mtd on
Dash, for 2; Auxiliary Load each 20 AMP Maximum; Outputs will Disengage when Vehicle Exceeds 30 MPH,
Programmable; Power Available Only in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position (requires two RPM outputs)
** This feature includes two copies of the functionality provided by 60ACG; e.g., two outputs with two switches.
Each one of these outputs is exactly the same as that provided by 60ACG. The two outputs in this feature are
completely autonomous (independent of each other). Each of the two outputs has its own set of five parameters
as is mentioned in the description for 60ACG.
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
Required software feature codes: 595AKB, 595AKC
Conflicts with Software features: NONE
* TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param
This parameter (TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param) is the master parameter for this feature. The setting for
this parameter selects the interlocking condition for the output. The following table indicates which interlocking
condition corresponds to which setting for the parameter. To select the interlocking condition simply set the
value of this parameter to the corresponding setting on the table.
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Table 105
Setting
Interlocking Condition
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Apply no interlocks to this output
Activate this output when the park brake is set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the park brake is not set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when a door is open AND the switch is on
Activate this output when all doors are closed AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the PTO is engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the PTO is not engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the engine is running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the engine is not running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed exceeds the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed is less than the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is stopped AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is moving AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the transmission gear is higher than TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND
the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission gear is lower than TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND
the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic
Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is not in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic
Transmission)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Drop Down List of Possible Parameters for TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param
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* TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off
Normally, if the output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will re-activate as
soon as the interlocking condition is re-established as long as the switch is still on. If this behavior is not
desirable, the parameter TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off parameter can be set. When it is set and the
output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will not reactivate when the
interlocking condition is re-established even if the switch is still on. To re-activate the output in this case, the
switch must be re-cycled (flipped off and then on again).
* TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10, the speed-interlock parameter
(TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to the actual speed to use
in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param (default unit for this parameter is MPH). The
speed parameter is only used if TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle is traveling over 15 MPH, set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 9 and set TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param to 15 MPH.
* TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14 and the vehicle has an automatic transmission, the
gear-interlock parameter (TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to
the transmission gear to use in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param. The transmission
gear is set as follows:
Table 106
Setting
Transmission Gear
125
Transmission in Neutral
126
127
128
125 + x
Transmission is in the 1st forward gear
Transmission is in the 2nd forward gear
Transmission is in the 3rd forward gear
Transmission is in the xth forward gear
124
123
125 – y
Transmission is in the 1st reverse gear
Transmission is in the 2nd reverse gear
Transmission is in the yth reverse gear
The transmission gear parameter is only used if TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle transmission is in a reverse gear, set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 10 and TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param to 125.
* TEM_Aux1_w_Ilocks_Output_Fuse
This parameter is the value at which the output will fuse (shut off). The allowable values are from 1 to 20
Amperes.
* TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param
This parameter (TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param) is the master parameter for this feature. The setting for
this parameter selects the interlocking condition for the output. The following table indicates which interlocking
condition corresponds to which setting for the parameter. To select the interlocking condition simply set the
value of this parameter to the corresponding setting on the table.
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Table 107
Setting
Interlocking Condition
0
1
2
3
4
Apply no interlocks to this output
Activate this output when the park brake is set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the park brake is not set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when a door is open AND the switch is on
Activate this output when all doors are closed AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the PTO is engaged AND the switch is on (Requires
a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the PTO is not engaged AND the switch is on
(Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the engine is running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the engine is not running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed exceeds the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed is less than the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is stopped AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is moving AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the transmission gear is higher than
TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic
Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission gear is lower than
TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic
Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is in neutral AND the switch is on
(Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is not in neutral AND the switch is
on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Drop Down List of Possible Parameters for TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param
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* TEM_Aux2_Interlock_Latches_Off
Normally, if the output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will re-activate as
soon as the interlocking condition is re-established as long as the switch is still on. If this behavior is not
desirable, the parameter TEM_Aux2_Interlock_Latches_Off parameter can be set. When it is set and the
output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will not reactivate when the
interlocking condition is re-established even if the switch is still on. To re-activate the output in this case, the
switch must be re-cycled (flipped off and then on again).
* TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10, the speed-interlock parameter
(TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to the actual speed to use
in the condition selected by TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param (default unit for this parameter is MPH). The
speed parameter is only used if TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle is traveling over 15 MPH, set
TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param to 9 and set TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param to 15 MPH.
* TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14 and the vehicle has an automatic transmission, the
gear-interlock parameter (TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to
the transmission gear to use in the condition selected by TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param. The transmission
gear is set as follows:
Table 108
Setting
Transmission Gear
125
Transmission in Neutral
126
127
128
125 + x
Transmission is in the 1st forward gear
Transmission is in the 2nd forward gear
Transmission is in the 3rd forward gear
Transmission is in the xth forward gear
124
123
125 – y
Transmission is in the 1st reverse gear
Transmission is in the 2nd reverse gear
Transmission is in the yth reverse gear
The transmission gear parameter is only used if TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle transmission is in a reverse gear, you would set
TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param to 10 and TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param to 125.
* TEM_Aux2_w_Ilocks_Output_Fuse
This parameter is the value at which the output will fuse (shut off). The allowable values are from 1 to 20
Amperes.
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Table 109
Parameter
TEM_Aux1_
Interlock_
Latches_Off
TEM_Aux1_
Speed_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux1_
Gear_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ilocks_
Output_Fuse
TEM_Aux1_
Misc_ Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux2_
Interlock_
Latches_Off
TEM_Aux2_
Speed_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux2_
Gear_
Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux2_
w_Ilocks_
Output_Fuse
TEM_Aux2_
Misc_ Interlock_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Units
2006
If this is set, when the output is turned off due
to an interlock, it will remain off until the switch
is recycled.
Off
On/Off
2007
The speed parameter for the TEM Aux #1
with Interlocks feature.
30
2008
The transmission gear parameter for the TEM
Aux #1 with Interlocks feature (124 is reverse,
125 is neutral, 126 is 1st gear, 127 is second
gear etc.).
2009
Fuse parameter for the TEM Single output
with interlocks feature.
2033
2010
Miscellaneous or control parameter used for
setting the interlock for the auxiliary 1 with
interlocks.
If this is set, when the output is turned off due
to an interlock, it will remain off until the switch
is recycled.
Min
Max
Set
Mph
0
100
1
0
Number
0
250
1
20
A
0
20
0.1
10
List
Off
On/Off
2011
The speed parameter for the TEM Aux #2
with Interlocks feature.
30
Mph
0
100
1
2012
The transmission gear parameter for the TEM
Aux #2 with Interlocks feature (124 is reverse,
125 is neutral, 126 is 1st gear, 127 is second
gear etc.).
0
Number
0
250
1
2013
Fuse parameter for the TEM Single output
with interlocks feature.
20
A
0
20
0.1
2034
Miscellaneous or control parameter used for
setting the interlock for the auxiliary 2 with
interlocks.
10
List
WIRING INFORMATION
The wiring out of the pin labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX1_Output on the Brown 8-pin RPM output
connector is customer supplied.
The wiring out of the pin labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX2_Output on the Brown 8-pin RPM output
connector is customer supplied.
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TESTING
1. Depress switch.
2. Verify that the RPM output labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is obtaining the desired
voltage (as programmed by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
3. Verify the functionality of the 30 Mph interlock by violating the parameter and determine that the output
shuts off.
4. Test all other interlocks can by violating the programmable parameters to see if the output shuts off
5. Depress the second switch.
6. Verify that the RPM output labeled INTERLOCKED_SWITCH_AUX2_Output is obtaining the desired
voltage (as programmed by the Diamond Logic® Builder software).
7. Verify the functionality of the 30 MPH interlock by violating the parameter and determine that the output
shuts off.
8. Test all other interlocks can by violating the programmable parameters to see if the output shuts off
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature code 595AKB and 595AKC MUST be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software
(see local dealer).
• Programmable parameters must be set using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
• The 2-position latched rocker switch must be installed in the in-cab switch pack
• Customer must install the wiring from the RPM outputs.
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ONE MOMENTARY ROCKER SWITCH/REMOTE SWITCH CAPABILITY
This feature provides a three-way switch control function for a RPM output. An in-cab, 3-position momentary
switch is connected to a RPM output. In addition, a customer-supplied, remote-mounted momentary switch
may be used to control the same RPM output. This switch must be active at 12 volts and must use Ground
(GND) to deactivate the output. Thus, a three-way switch control action may be performed with these two
switch inputs. The RPM output may be turned off or on from either switch; however, an off command from either
switch takes precedence and will turn the RPM output off. This feature is useful when a lamp or other load
requires control from both in the cab and from a remote location on the body.
60ACS
BDY INTG, SWITCH MOMNTRY 3POS Rocker, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mounted on Dash, Latching
Software, for 1 Auxiliary Load 20 amp. Maximum; Power Available Only in “Ignition” or “Accessory” Position,
Output Also Controlled by a Customer Remote Mounted Switch (requires 1 Remote Power Module input and 1
output)
The in-cab switch provides a green lamp in the top section of the switch to indicate when the RPM output is on.
The RPM provides an active high output that will source up to 20 AMPS at battery voltage levels. The output
current level may be limited through programmable parameters between .1 and 20 AMPS in .1 AMP
increments. This virtual fusing level is controlled in software and mimics the performance of an SAE fuse.
The RPM output may be activated with the in-cab switch provided that the IGN key is in the accessory or IGN
position. The RPM output may also be activated with the remote switch input with IGN key off or on. It is
important to turn off RPM outputs that have been enabled remotely before leaving a parked vehicle with the
IGN key off. Otherwise, the system will remain active and drain the batteries.
60AAA or 60AAB is a prerequisite feature that must be ordered along with 60ACS. 60ACS uses a single
momentary switch in place of one of the latching switches that is provided with 60AAA and 60AAB. For
example, instead of the six latching switches that are provided with 60AAA, a vehicle with 60ACS will have a
switch pack of five latching switches and one momentary switch.
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic® Builder. Programmable parameters are
also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder.
Required software feature code: 595AKD
Conflicts with software features: NONE
The TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through auxiliary
output 1. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the Body Controller (BC) forces the RPM
output to be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
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Table 110
Parameter
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
ID
Description
This is the level above which the RPM
1998 will fuse the TEM Auxiliary output with
external switch.
This programmable parameter sets the
2032 initial State of RPM channel used with
TEM Auxiliary with external switch #1.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
WIRING INFORMATION
Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
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TESTING
1. This feature allows the customer the ability to activate the output when the IGN key is turned from OFF to
ACCESSORY or IGN. This functionality is obtained by turning programmable parameters
(TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State ON.
2. Activate the first remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
3. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic® Builder).
4. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
5. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
6. Deactivate the first remote Body Builder installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to GND.
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7. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
8. Activate the in-cab switch.
9. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
10. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
11. Deactivate the in-cab switch.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
•
•
•
•
•
■
Select software feature code 595AKD using Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer).
Programmable Parameters must be set using the Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer)
The 3-position momentary switch with latching software must be installed in the in-cab switch pack.
The customer must install wiring from the RPM output to the load they wish to control.
The customer may mount a remote switch and install the wiring into the RPM input.
TWO MOMENTARY ROCKER SWITCHES/REMOTE SWITCH CAPABILITY
This feature provides three-way switch control function for two RPM outputs. Each RPM output is controlled by
an in-cab, 3-position momentary switch and a 3-position momentary Body Builder-installed, remote-mounted
switch. These customer-installed, remote-mounted switches must be active at 12 volts and must use GND to
deactivate the output. Each in-cab, 3-position momentary switch is connected to a RPM output. In addition,
each customer-supplied, remote-mounted momentary switch may be used to control the respective RPM
outputs. Thus, three-way switch control action may be performed. The RPM outputs may be turned off or on
from either the respective in-cab switch or the respective Body Builder switch; however, an off command from
either switch takes precedence and will turn the RPM output off. This feature is useful when a lamp or other
load requires control from both in the cab and from a remote location on the body.
The in-cab switches provide green lamps in the top section of the switches to indicate when the RPM outputs
are on. The RPM provides active high outputs that will source up to 20 AMPS at battery voltage levels. The
output current level may be limited through programmable parameters between .1 and 20 AMPS in .1 AMP
increments. This virtual fusing level is controlled in software and mimics the performance of an SAE fuse.
The RPM outputs may be activated with the respective in-cab switches provided that the IGN key is in the
accessory or IGN position. The RPM outputs may also be activated with the remote switch inputs with IGN key
off or on. It is important to turn off RPM outputs that have been enabled remotely before leaving a parked
vehicle with the IGN key off. Otherwise, the system will remain active and drain the batteries.
60ACT
BDY INTG, SWITCH MOMNTRY 3POS Rocker, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mounted on Dash, Latching
Software, for 2; Auxiliary Load 20 AMP Maximum; Power Available Only in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position,
Output Also Controlled by a Customer Remote-Mounted Switch (requires two RPM inputs and two outputs)
60AAA or 60AAB is a prerequisite feature that must be ordered along with 60ACT. 60ACT uses two momentary
switches in place of two latching switches that are provided with 60AAA and 60AAB. For example, instead of
the six latching switches that are provided with 60AAA, a vehicle with 60ACT will have a switch pack of four
latching switches and two momentary switches.
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and outputs and
to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through Diamond Logic ®Builder. Programmable parameters are also
programmable through Diamond Logic® Builder.
Required software feature code: 595AKE
Software features that must be removed: NONE
The TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through Auxiliary
output 1. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the BC forces the RPM auxiliary output 1 to
be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
The TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through auxiliary
output 2. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the BC forces the RPM auxiliary output 2 to
be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
Table 111
Parameter
ID
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
1998
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
2032
TEM_Aux2_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
2106
TEM_Aux2_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
2142
Description
This is the level above which the
RPM will fuse the TEM Auxiliary
output with external switch.
This programmable parameter sets
the initial State of RPM channel used
with TEM Auxiliary with external
switch #1.
This is the level above which the
RPM will fuse the TEM Auxiliary
output #2 with external switch.
This programmable parameter sets
the initial State of RPM channel used
with TEM Auxiliary with external
switch #2.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
WIRING INFORMATION
• Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
• Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
• Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
• Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
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TESTING
1. This feature allows the customer the ability to activate the output when the IGN key is turned from off to
accessory or IGN. This functionality is obtained by turning the programmable parameters
(TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State and TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State) on.
2. Activate the first remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
3. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
4. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
5. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
6. Deactivate the first remote Body Builder-installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to GND.
7. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
8. Activate the first in-cab switch.
9. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
10. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
11. Deactivate the first in-cab switch.
12. Activate the second remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
13. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
14. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
15. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
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16. Deactivate the second remote Body Builder installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to
GND.
17. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
18. Activate the second in-cab switch.
19. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
20. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
21. Deactivate the second in-cab switch.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
•
•
•
•
•
■
Select software feature code 595AKE using Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer).
Programmable parameters must be set using Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer).
The 3-position momentary switch with latching software must be installed in the in-cab switch pack.
The customer must install wiring from the RPM outputs to the loads that are to be controlled
The customer may mount a switch (12 volts active and GND de-active) and install the wiring into the RPM
inputs (Use the Diamond Logic® Builder software to determine switch and pin location assignments).
THREE MOMENTARY ROCKER SWITCHES/REMOTE SWITCH CAPABILITY
60ACU
BDY INTG, SWITCH MOMNTRY 3POS (3) Rocker, Backlit, with “ON” Indicator Mounted on Dash, Latching
Software, for 3; Auxiliary Load 20 AMP Maximum; Power Available Only in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position,
Output Also Controlled by a Customer Remote-Mounted Switch (requires three RPM inputs and three outputs)
This feature provides three-way switch control function for three RPM outputs. Each RPM output is controlled
by an in-cab, 3-position momentary switch and a 3-position momentary Body Builder-installed,
remote-mounted switch. These customer-installed, remote-mounted switches must be active at 12 volts and
must use GND to deactivate the output. Each in-cab, 3-position momentary switch is connected to a RPM
output. In addition, each customer-supplied, remote-mounted momentary switch may be used to control the
respective RPM outputs. Thus, three-way switch control action may be performed. The RPM outputs may be
turned off or on from either the respective in-cab switch or the respective Body Builder switch; however, an off
command from either switch takes precedence and will turn the RPM output off. This feature is useful when a
lamp or other load requires control from both in the cab and from a remote location on the body.
The in-cab switches provide green lamps in the top section of the switches to indicate when the RPM outputs
are on. The RPM provides active high outputs that will source up to 20 AMPS at battery voltage levels. The
output current level may be limited through programmable parameters between .1 and 20 AMPS in.1 AMP
increments. This virtual fusing level is controlled in software and mimics the performance of an SAE fuse.
The RPM outputs may be activated with the respective in-cab switches provided that the IGN key is in the
accessory or IGN position. The RPM outputs may also be activated with the remote switch inputs with IGN key
off or on. It is important to turn off RPM outputs that have been enabled remotely before leaving a parked
vehicle with the IGN key off. Otherwise, the system will remain active and drain the batteries.
60AAA or 60AAB is a prerequisite feature that must be ordered along with 60ACU. 60ACU uses three
momentary switches in place of three latching switches that are provided with 60AAA and 60AAB. For
example, instead of the six latching switches that are provided with 60AAA, a vehicle with 60ACU will have a
switch pack of three latching switches and three momentary switches.
* Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
*Software feature codes can be added through theDiamond Logic ® Builder. Programmable Parameters are
also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder.
Required software feature code: 595AKG
Software features that must be removed: NONE
The TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through Auxiliary
output 1. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the BC forces the RPM auxiliary output 1 to
be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
The TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through Auxiliary
output 2. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the BC forces the RPM auxiliary output 2 to
be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
The TEM_Aux3_w_Ext_Sw_Fuse_Level parameter sets the amount of current that flows through Auxiliary
output 3. If current rises above this level, fusing takes place and the RPM output is shut down.
By turning the TEM_Aux3_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State parameter on, the BC forces the RPM auxiliary output 3 to
be on whenever the truck’s key-state is turned from off to accessory or IGN.
Table 112
Parameter
ID
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
1998
TEM_Aux1_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
2032
TEM_Aux2_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
2106
TEM_Aux2_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
2142
TEM_Aux3_
w_Ext_Sw_
Fuse_Level
2107
TEM_Aux3_
w_Ext_Switch_
Init_State
2143
Description
This is the level above which the
RPM will fuse the TEM Auxiliary
output #1 with external switch.
This programmable parameter sets
the initial State of RPM channel used
with TEM Auxiliary with external
switch #1.
This is the level above which the
RPM will fuse the TEM Auxiliary
output #2 with external switch.
This programmable parameter sets
the initial State of RPM channel used
with TEM Auxiliary with external
switch #2.
This is the level above which the
RPM will fuse the TEM Auxiliary
output #3 with external switch.
This programmable parameter sets
the initial State of RPM channel used
with TEM Auxiliary with external
switch #3.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
20
A
0
20
0.1
Off
On/Off
NA
NA
NA
WIRING INFORMATION
• Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
• Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
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• Customer may mount a switch and install the wiring into the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX3_Input in the
black 23-pin RPM input connector. Installation of the remote switch is optional with this feature (see Diamond
Logic ® Builder for input pin location).
• Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
• Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
• Customer must install wiring from the pin labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX3_Output brown 8-pin RPM output
connector to the electrical load that is to be controlled (see Diamond Logic ® Builder for output pin location).
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TESTING
1. This feature allows the customer the ability to activate the output when the IGN key is turned from off to
accessory or IGN. This functionality is obtained by turning programmable parameters
(TEM_Aux1_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State, TEM_Aux2_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State or
TEM_Aux3_w_Ext_Switch_Init_State) on.
2. Activate the first remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
3. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
4. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
5. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
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6. Deactivate the first remote Body Builder installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to GND.
7. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
8. Activate the first in-cab switch.
9. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX1_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ®Builder).
10. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
11. Deactivate the first in-cab switch.
12. Activate the second remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
13. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
14. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
15. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
16. Deactivate the second remote Body Builder installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to
GND.
17. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
18. Activate the second in-cab switch.
19. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX2_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ®Builder).
20. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
21. Deactivate the second in-cab switch.
22. Activate the third remote Body Builder installed switch to 12 volts by using a momentary switch action.
23. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX3_Output is providing the battery volts at rated
current levels (as programmed in Diamond Logic ®Builder).
24. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
25. Verify that the RPM input labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX3_Input is receiving battery volts from the
customer-mounted switch (as programmed in Diamond Logic ®Builder).
26. Deactivate the third remote Body Builder installed switch by providing a momentary switch action to GND.
27. Verify that the RPM output goes OFF.
28. Activate the third in-cab switch.
29. Verify that the RPM output labeled 3POS_SWITCH_AUX3_Output is providing the battery volts (as
programmed in Diamond Logic ® Builder).
30. Verify that the green switch indicator light comes on.
31. Deactivate the third in-cab switch.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
•
•
•
•
•
Select software feature code 595AKG using Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer).
Programmable parameters must be set using Diamond Logic ® Builder (see local dealer).
The 3-position momentary switch with latching software must be installed in the in-cab switch pack.
The customer must install wiring from the RPM outputs to the loads that are to be controlled
The customer may mount a switch (12 volts active and GND de-active) and install the wiring into the RPM
inputs (use Diamond Logic ® Builder to determine switch and pin location assignments).
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INDICATOR LIGHTS AND ALARMS
■
TWO INDICATOR LIGHTS AND AUDIBLE ALARMS PROGRAMMABLE MODE FOR
VARIOUS SWITCH ACTIONS (WASTE SOLUTION)
60AJC
BDY INTG, INDICATOR LIGHTS (2) One for Gate Open and One for Rear Alert, Includes Audible Alarm,
Programmable Mode for Various Switch Action (requires 2 Remote Power Module (RPM) inputs).
This feature provides a custom alarm package designed for the Refuse/Waste Applications. It provides both an
audible and visual alarm for Gate Open and Rear Alert. Red indicator lights are located in prime viewing area of
the driver in the switch pack. Audible alarm provides a second level of warning to the driver to indicate the
status of these two equipment options.
The gate open indicator light is ON constant when the gate open input is active with the park brake set. If the
park brake is released, with the gate open input active, the gate open indicator shall flash at 0.6-second
intervals, accompanied by an audible alarm. Flexibility is provided through programmable parameters to
establish whether the inputs are active high (12V) or active low (GND). See the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software to set programmable parameters.
Rear Alert provides the operator the capability to communicate from the rear of the vehicle to the cab. A
customer-mounted switch is wired into the black 23-pin RPM input connector (See the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software for pin location). The ignition (IGN) switch must be in “ignition” for this feature to function.
Programmable Parameters allow the customer to establish whether the input is active at 12 volts or active at
GND. When the operator activates the customer-mounted switch, the rear alert light in the gauge cluster
illuminates and an audible alarm sounds.
Switch Pack Display of “Gate Open” and “Rear
Alert” Indicator Lights
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PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: (595AMD or 595AMC**) and 595AKP
** Software feature code 595AMD should be used with an automatic transmission, whereas software feature
code 595AMC should be used for a truck with a manual transmission.
Software feature codes that must be removed: NONE
The TEM_Tail_Gate_Input_Active_State parameter sets the voltage level that determines when the Gate Open
alert should be active.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
When the TEM_Tail_Gate_Park_Brake_Inhibit parameter is turned ON, the tailgate alert will only alert when the
Park Brake is released.
The TEM_Tail_Gate_Transmission_Interlock parameter indicates the action of the tailgate alert based on
transmission gear.
0 = Ignores Gear
1 = Alert will only activate if the transmission is NOT in reverse
2 = Alert will only activate if transmission is in reverse
3 = Alert will activate for the tailgate sensor or if the transmission is in reverse
The TEM_Rear_Alert_Input_Active_State parameter sets the voltage level that determines when the rear alert
should be active.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
The TEM_Tail_Gate_Alarm_Timeout parameter determines the length of time that the audible alarm will beep
continuously after the gate is opened and the park brake is released. If this parameter is set to 0, the audible
alarm will beep continuously as long as the gate open indicator is illuminated. Once the audible alarm has
stopped continuous beeping (as set by the TEM_Tail_Gate_Alarm_Timeout parameter) and the gate open
indicator remains illuminated, the TEM_Tail_Gate_Alarm_Period parameter determines the length of time
between individual beeps of the audible alarm.
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Table 113
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_Tail_
Gate_Input_
Active_State
TEM_Tail_
Gate_Park_
Brake_Inhibit
TEM_Tail_
Gate_
Transmission_
Interlock
TEM_Rear_
Alert_Input_
Active_State
ID
2160
Description
This parameter is used to set the voltage
level that indicates when the tail gate alert
should be active.
Default
Units
Min
Max
3
List
0
3
Step
2165
When set, the tailgate alert will only alert
if the park brake is not set.
Off
On/Off
2167
This parameter is used to determine how
the tailgate alert acts based upon the
transmission.
0
List
3
List
0
3
20
s
10
60
1
10
s
10
60
1
2168
TEM_Tail_
Gate_Alarm_
Period
2172
TEM_Tail_
Gate_Alarm_
Timeout
2175
This parameter is used to set the voltage
level that indicates when the rear alert
should be active.
Once the audible alarm has stopped
continuous beeping and the gate open
indicator remains illuminated, this
parameter determines the length of time
between individual beeps of the audible
alarm.
This parameter determines the length of
time that the audible alarm will beep
continuously. If this parameter is set to 0,
the audible alarm will beep continuously
as long as the gate open indicator is
illuminated.
WIRING INFORMATION
**If the truck has a manual transmission, to interlock indicator lights and alarm with the transmission, splice a
wire off of the reverse light circuit and run that wire into a pin on the black 23-pin RPM input connector (see the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin and switch locations). This wire will indicate to the Body
Controller (BC) that the truck is in reverse. This is only required if the customer wishes to interlock the
functionality of the indicator lights and audible alarm with reverse (and they have a manual transmission).
• The customer must run a wire from the tailgate switch to the pin labeled Tail_Gate_Open_Input on the black
23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin locations).
• The customer must run a wire from the rear alert switch to the pin labeled Rear_Alert_Switch_Input on the
black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin
locations).
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TESTING
1. Set park brake.
2. Open the tailgate.
3. Verify that the input labeled Tail_Gate_Open_Input is receiving the correct voltage (as programmed in the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
4. Verify that the red “Gate Open” indicator light in the switch pack comes on.
5. Release park brake.
6. Verify that indicator light flashes and audible alarm sounds and works according to the set programmable
parameters seen above.
7. Close tail gate.
8. Reset park brake.
9. Activate Rear Alert switch.
10. Verify that the input labeled Rear_Alert_Switch_Input is receiving the correct voltage (as programmed in
the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
11. Verify that the red “Rear Alert” indicator light in the switch pack comes on and an audible alarm sounds.
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
For an Automatic Transmission
• Requires Warning Assy. 3587024C1 and LED 3587031C1 be added to the switch pack if this feature is
added aftermarket
• Software feature codes 595AKP and 595AMD must be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software
(see local dealer). NOTE: these features can be added individually in the field.
• Set programmable parameters for software feature codes using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See
Local Dealer).
• Install the wiring from tailgate switch into a pin on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software for pin locations).
• Install the wiring from rear alert switch into a pin on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software for pin locations).
• Customer must install indicator light labels in switch pack (indicator graphics or suitable substitutes can be
used from the graphics sheets that come with the RPM kit).
FOR A MANUAL TRANSMISSION
• Requires Warning Assy. 3587024C1 and LED 3587031C1 be added to the switch pack if this feature is
added aftermarket.
• Software feature codes 595AKP and 595AMC must be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software
(see local dealer).
• Set programmable parameters for software feature codes using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See
Local Dealer).
• Install the wiring from tailgate switch into a pin on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software for pin locations).
• Install the wiring from rear alert switch into a pin on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (See the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software for pin locations).
• Splice a wire into the backup light circuit and run that wire into a pin on the black 23-pin input connector on
the RPM (See the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for pin locations).
• Customer must install indicator light labels in switch pack (indicator graphics or suitable substitutes can be
used from the graphics sheets that come with the RPM kit).
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BODY INTEGRATED, INDICATOR LIGHTS (UTILITY SOLUTIONS)
60AJD
BDY INTG, INDICATOR LIGHTS (2) One for Boom Out of Stow, One for Outriggers Deployed, Includes Audible
Alarm and Interlock to Parking Brake, Programmable Mode for Various Switch Actions (requires 2 RPM inputs)
This feature provides a custom alarm package designed for the Utility Application. It provides both an audible
and visual alarm for Boom Out Of Stow and Outriggers Not Stowed. Red indicator lights are in viewing area of
the driver in the switch pack. Audible alarm provides a second level of warning to the driver to indicate the
status of these two equipment options. Indicator lights are ON constant when either the boom or outrigger
inputs are active with the park brake set. If the park brake is released, with either input active, the respective
indicator shall flash at 0.6-second intervals, accompanied by an audible alarm.
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Switch Pack Display of “Outrig Out” and “Boom Up”
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PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: 595AKR, 595AKS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
If the TEM_Boom_Not_Stowed_Alarm_Inhibit parameter is turned on, the audible alarm for the
boom-not-stowed will be disabled.
If the TEM_Outrig_Deploy_Alarm_Inhibit parameter is turned on, the audible alarm for the outriggers deployed
warning light will be disabled.
The TEM_Consol_Boom_Not_Stow_Param parameter sets the active state of the Remote Power Module Input
connected to the Boom switch. This active state indicates when the Boom is out of stow.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
The TEM_Consol_Outrig_Deployed_Param parameter sets the active state of the RPM input connected to the
outrigger switch. This active state indicates when the outriggers are down.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
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Table 114
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_Boom_
Not_Stowed_
Alarm_Inhibit
TEM_Outrig_
Deploy_Alarm_
Inhibit
TEM_ Consol_
Boom_Not_
Stow_Param
TEM_Consol_
Outrig_
Deployed_
Param
ID
2061
2074
Description
If this parameter is set, the audible alarm
for the boom-not- stowed warning light
will be inhibited.
If this parameter is set, the audible alarm
for the outriggers deployed warning light
will be inhibited.
Default
Units
Off
On/Off
Off
On/Off
Min
Max
2150
Active state for the RPM input connected
to the boom switch(es)
1
List
0
3
2151
Active state on the RPM input for the
outriggers deployed warning light.
1
List
0
3
Step
WIRING INFORMATION
• The customer must run a wire from the customer-mounted “Outriggers out of Stow” switch to the pin labeled
Outrig_Not_Stow_Input on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software for correct pin locations).
• The customer must run a wire from the customer-mounted “Boom out of Stow” switch to the pin labeled
Boom_Not_Stow_Input on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software for correct pin locations).
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TESTING
1. Set the park brake.
2. Take boom out of stow.
3. Verify that the RPM input labeled Boom_Not_Stow_Input is receiving the correct active state voltage (as
programmed in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
4. Verify that the boom up indicator light is on constantly.
5. Take off the parking brake (with boom still out of stow).
6. Verify that the boom up indicator light is now flashing and the audible alarm is sounding.
7. Set park brake and put boom back in stow.
8. Put outriggers down.
9. Verify that the RPM input labeled Outrig_Not_Stow_Input is receiving the correct active state voltage (as
programmed or the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
10. Verify that the outrig out indicator light is on constantly.
11. Take off the parking brake (with outriggers still down).
12. Verify that the outrig out indicator light is now flashing and the audible alarm is sounding.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Requires Warning Assy. 3587024C1 and LED 3587031C1 be added to the instrument cluster if this feature is
added aftermarket.
• Software feature codes 595AKR and 595AKS must be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software
(see local dealer). NOTE: these features can be added individually in the field.
• Set the programmable parameters for the required software feature codes using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software (see local dealer).
• Customer must install wiring from the customer-mounted boom switch into a pin on the black 23-pin RPM
input connector (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin locations).
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• Customer must install wiring from the customer-mounted outriggers switch into a pin on the black 23-pin
RPM input connector (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin locations).
• Customer must install indicator light labels (indicator graphics or suitable substitutes can be used from the
graphics sheets that come with the RPM kit).
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DUMP BOX INDICATOR LIGHTS AND ALARM
60AJK
INDICATOR LIGHTS (2), One for Body Up, One for Gate Open, Includes Audible Alarm, Programmable Mode
for Various Switch Actions (Requires 2 RPM Inputs).
This feature provides the operator of Dump Box Applications with visual and audible warning indications for a
raised dump box body and open dump gate using Body Builder-installed switches. The visual indications that
are provided for this feature are a “Body Up” light and a “Gate Open” light. Red indicator lights are located in
prime viewing area of the driver in the switch pack. Audible alarm provides a second level of warning to the
driver to indicate the status of these two equipment options.
The “Gate Open” indicator light is on constant when the gate open input is active with the park brake set. If the
park brake is released, with the gate open input active, the gate open indicator shall flash at 0.6 second
intervals, accompanied by an audible alarm. Flexibility is provided through programmable parameters to
establish whether the inputs are active high (12V) or active low (GND). See the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software to set programmable parameters.
For both the “BODY UP” and “GATE OPEN” indications, the associated light will illuminate continuously and the
associated audible alarm (default off) will sound when the corresponding input has entered an active state on
the condition that the park brake is set and the vehicle speed is less than or equal to 10 MPH.
For both the “BODY UP” and “GATE OPEN” indications, the associated light will illuminate in a slow flashing
manner and the associated audible alarm (default of five fast beeps) will sound when the corresponding input is
in an active state and either the park brake has been released or the vehicle speed has exceeded 10 MPH.
Both the “BODY UP” and “GATE OPEN” lights will be off when the RPM input is inactive.
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: 595AKT and 595AKU
Software feature codes that must be removed: NONE
The TEM_Body_Up_Input_Active_State parameter indicates the state that the BC will read as active for the
customer-installed switch for the dump body up function (as it goes into the RPM input). This active state will be
used to tell the BC when the dump body has been raised up.
The TEM_Tail_Gate_Input_Active_State parameter indicates the state that the BC will read as active for the
customer-installed switch for the dump gate open function (as it goes into the RPM input). This active state will
be used to tell the BC when the dump body has been raised opened.
The TEM_Body_Up_Alarm_Beeper parameter allows the customer to set the alarm type for the condition when
the dump body has been raised (active) and either the park brake has been released or the vehicle speed has
exceeded 10 MPH. The default alarm type is five fast beeps.
The TEM_Gate_Alarm_Beeper parameter allows the customer to set the alarm type for the condition when the
dump gate has been opened (active) and either the park brake has been released or the vehicle speed has
exceeded 10 MPH. The default alarm type is five fast beeps.
The TEM_Body_Up_Beeper parameter allows the customer to set the alarm type for the condition when the
dump body has been raised (active) and both the park brake is set and the vehicle speed is equal to or less
than 10 MPH. The default alarm type is off.
The TEM_Gate_Open_Beeper parameter allows the customer to set the alarm type for the condition when the
dump gate has been opened (active) and both the park brake is set and the vehicle speed is equal to or less
than 10 MPH. The default alarm type is off.
Table 115
Parameter
TEM_Body_
Up_Alarm_
Beeper
TEM_Body_
Up_Beeper
TEM_Body_
Up_Input_
Active_ State
TEM_Gate_
Alarm_ Beeper
TEM_Gate_
Open_ Beeper
TEM_Tail_
Gate_Input_
Active_State
Description
Allows the selection of one of four beeper
2259 cadences 0 = Off, 1 = 5 fast beeps, 2 = 3
slow beeps, 3 = continuous beeps
Allows the selection of one of four beeper
2260207 cadences 0 = Off, 1 = 5 fast beeps, 2 = 3
4
slow beeps, 3 = continuous beeps
This parameter selects the active state of
2261 the BODY UP RPM input. 0 = Open, 1 =
GND, 3 = 12 volts
Allows selection of one of four beeper
2262 cadences 0 = Off, 1 = 5 fast beeps, 2 = 3
slow beeps, 3 = continuous beeps
Allows the selection of one of four beeper
2263 cadences 0 = Off, 1 = 5 fast beeps, 2 = 3
slow beeps, 3 = continuous beeps
This parameter is used to set the voltage
level that indicates when the tailgate alert
2160
should be active. 0 = Open, 1 = GND, 3 =
12V
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ID
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1
List
0
3
1
0
List
0
3
1
3
List
0
3
1
1
List
0
3
1
0
List
0
3
1
3
List
0
3
1
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WIRING INFORMATION
The customer must run a wire from the customer-mounted “Gate Open” switch to the pin labeled
Tail_Gate_Open_Input on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software for correct pin locations).
The customer must run a wire from the customer-mounted “Body Up” switch to the pin labeled
TEM_Body_Up_Signal on the black 23-pin input connector on the RPM (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software for correct pin locations).
TESTING
1. Set park brake.
2. Open the tailgate.
3. Verify that the input labeled TEM_Tail_Gate_Input_Active_State input is receiving the correct voltage (as
programmed in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
4. Verify that the Red “Gate Open” indicator light in the switch pack comes on.
5. Release park brake.
6. Verify that indicator light flashes and audible alarm sounds and works according to the set programmable
parameters seen above.
7. Close tailgate.
8. Reset park brake.
9. Raise the body.
10. Verify that the input labeled TEM_Body_Up_Input_Active_State is receiving the correct voltage (as
programmed in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
11. Verify that the red “Body Up” indicator light in the switch pack comes on, and an audible alarm sounds.
12. Reset park brake.
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Requires Warning Assy. 3587024C1 and LED 3587031C1 be added to the instrument cluster if this feature is
added aftermarket.
• Software feature codes 595AKT and 595AKU must be enabled using Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See
Local Dealer). NOTE: these features can be added individually in the field.
• Set programmable parameters for software feature codes using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See
Local Dealer).
• Customer must install wiring from the customer-mounted body switch into a pin on the black 23-pin RPM
input connector (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin locations).
• Customer must install wiring from the customer-mounted tailgate switch into a pin on the black 23-pin RPM
input connector (see the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for correct pin locations).
• Customer must install indicator light labels (indicator graphics or suitable substitutes can be used from the
graphics sheets that come with the RPM kit).
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DASH INDICATOR LIGHTS
60AJR
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Red (1)
60AJS
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Red (2)
60AJT
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Red (3)
60AJU
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Red (6)
60AJZ
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Yellow (1)
60AKA
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Yellow (2)
60AKB
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Yellow (3)
60AKC
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Yellow (6)
60AJV
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Green (1)
60AJW
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Green (2)
60AJX
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Green (3)
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60AJY
BDY INTG, DASH INDICATOR LIGHT, Green (6)
These features give the ability to order the indicator lights and associated LED’s for body integration out of the
factory. A total of eighteen indicators may be ordered in any combination with the exception that only one code
may be ordered for each color. (For example, only one code from 60AJR, 60AJS, 60AJT, or 60AJU may be
ordered to get 1, 2, 3 or 6 red lights). These indicators are installed in the Diamond Logic ® switchpacks. They
are not associated with any input or electrical function and must be used with Advanced Logic.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes:
Sales code 60AJR – 595BHL
Sales code 60AJS – 595BHM
Sales code 60AJT – 595BHN
Sales code 60AJU – 595BHP
Sales code 60AJZ – 595BHR
Sales code 60AKA – 595BHS
Sales code 60AKB – 595BHT
Sales code 60AKC – 595BHU
Sales code 60AJV – 595BHV
Sales code 60AJW – 595BHW
Sales code 60AJX – 595BHX
Sales code 60AJY – 595BHY
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS REQUIRED
None
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Indicator Light Included
Location: Center Multiplex
Panel in Dash
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Switch
TESTING
1. Create Advanced Logic in Diamond Logic ® Builder to turn each light ON using RPM inputs for each light to
be tested.
2. Use indicator lights as outputs
3. Apply template to vehicle
4. Program the vehicle with the template created
5. Turn on RPM inputs as needed and check indicator lights
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes must be enabled using Diamond Logic ® Builder software (See Local Dealer). NOTE:
these features can be added individually in the field.
• Customer must install indicator light labels (indicator graphics or suitable substitutes can be used from the
graphics sheets that come with the RPM kit).
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BODY INTEGRATION, I/O EXPANSION HARNESS
60ABM
BDY INTG, RPM I/O HARNESS, Includes a Harness with 6 Input Blunt Cut wires and 6 Output Blunt Cut Wires,
for use with one RPM.
60ABN
BDY INTG, RPM I/O HARNESS, Includes 2 Harnesses with 6 Input Blunt Cut wires and 6 Output Blunt Cut
Wires, for use with two RPMs.
These features provide the I/O RPM connectors, terminals and blunt cut wires for TEMs which significantly
reduces labor installation and material content previously available with just the connector. The included wires
are approximately 3 feet long and ease connecting the RPM to vehicle wiring.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
For wiring information for this feature, see Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories,
Aux Inputs and Drivers.
TESTING
Use Diamond Logic ® Builder software to program and test drivers and inputs.
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BODY INTEGRATION, I/O EXPANSION HARNESS
60ACW
BODY INTG, I/O EXPANSION HARNESS (for Diamond Logic ® Builder only) includes a harness with five
blunt-cut wires routed on lower left of IP. Two GND active inputs and two (0.5 AMP) relay driver outputs (GND
active) are provided.
This feature is an input/output expansion feature for Diamond Logic ® Builder to be utilized by Body Builders.
This expansion feature provides the following: (2) digital inputs, (2) 0.5 AMP relay driver outputs, (1) ZVR on
the BC as well as an expansion overlay harness that is part of the IP harness. The expansion overlay harness
grants access to these inputs, outputs, and ZVR by providing blunt-cut wires that are strapped to the main IP
harness trunk near the J1939 diagnostic connector on the interior of the cab. The overlay harness was
designed to be long enough to allow the wires to be inserted into the 72-way pass thru connector if desired.
Additionally, there are two (0.5 AMP) relay driver outputs not included in the overlay harness which are
available only through the advanced logic capabilities of Diamond Logic ® Builder.
When this feature is added to the vehicle, the BC pins will not show up on the connector view of DLB until they
are written to with Advanced Logic. 595AKH must be turned on and the inputs/outputs must be used in
Advanced Logic to show up on the connector view of DLB. The following pins are NOT assigned with 595AKH
Diamond Logic ® must be used to assign these pins.
Description Of Each Digital Input
- GND active inputs,
Digital input 1: pin F14 of BC connector #1602
Digital input 2: pin F12 of BC connector #1602
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Refer to #1602 connector pinout for pinout description.
Description Of Each Relay Driver Output
- 0.5 AMP relay driver output (Active Low),
Relay driver output 1: pin E1 of the BC connector #1601
Relay driver output 2: pin E2 of the BC connector #1601
Relay driver output 3: pin E3 of the BC connector #1601
Relay driver output 4: pin E4 of the BC connector #1601
Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Aux Inputs and Drivers.
Description of ZVR
• Allows for the return of DC current from an external sensor or switch.
CAUTION: CAUTION – Do not connect any additional electrical loads to ZVR. Adding non-approved
electrical loads may adversely affect total electrical operation.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
595AKH
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
There are no customer or Body Builder programmable features associated with this feature.
WIRING INFORMATION
For wiring information for this feature, see Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories,
Aux Inputs and Drivers.
TESTING
Use Diamond Logic ® Builder software to program and test drivers and inputs.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Add the feature code 595AKH with Diamond Logic ® Builder. Create advanced logic using the GND active
inputs and/or the 0.5 AMP relay driver outputs (Active Low). View the connectors tab in Diamond Logic ®
Builder to verify the pin assignments and connect to these circuits.
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BODY BUILDER WIRING
08HAT
BODY BUILDER WIRING Includes Wires Installed through the Dash Panel and End in Engine Compartment, In
Cab Wire Ends Will Have ESC Input Terminals, Engine Compartment Wire Ends will have Sealed Connectors.
Feature code 08HAT provides 8 wires from the cab through the 76 way pass-through connector located on the
left (driver’s) side of the dash extending 685 mm into the engine compartment for ease of connecting accessory
equipment in the engine compartment to the ESC. This feature provides these circuits from the ESC without
compromising the cab seal or having to drill additional holes in the cab. The wires are terminated in a sealed
connector in the engine compartment and the other ends have ESC input pin termination inside the cab
compartment. This will significantly reduce labor and material costs for the bodybuilder.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
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WIRING INFORMATION
A 76-pin connector is provided inside the cab compartment. The pins in the following table will be used to
connect the 8 auxiliary wires.
Table 116
Pin Number
Circuit Number
Gauge
Color
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
RBTEM1
RBTEM2
RBTEM3
RBTEM4
RBTEM5
RBTEM6
RBTEM7
RBTEM8
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Terminals for the 76-Way Connector are part no. 3549418C1.
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Table 117 – 12-Way Output Connector
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Connector Lock Part
3601924C1
1689499C1
Connector, Body, 12–Way 16
Socket Deutsch
1651969R1 – 16 Gauge
3601925C1
Connector, Body, 12-Way 16
Pin Deutsch
N/A
N/A
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JUNCTION BLOCK STUD
08WZG
JUNCTION BLOCK Stud, 100 Amp Battery Feed, protected by a Fusable Link, Stud to be used for Body
Builder Feeds Inside Cab.
This feature is a battery feed point provided inside the cab. The connection will provide up to 100 amps for body
builder use. The circuit feeds off of the mega fuse on the left side of the dash panel and is protected by a fusible
link connection. A 3/8” stud is provided on the left side of the instrument panel behind the gauge cluster.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
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PTO ACCOMMODATION CABLE SHIFT
60ABA
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMMODATION for Monitoring Cable Shift Engaged PTO, With Indicator Light and
Audible Alarm in Gauge Cluster (requires one Remote Power Module (RPM) input)
This feature utilizes a customer-mounted PTO feedback switch wired to a RPM input to drive an indicator light
in the gauge cluster that allows the operator to determine that the PTO is engaged. An audible alarm is used to
warn the operator when the PTO is engaged during unsafe vehicle operating conditions such as when the park
brake is released or the engine speed is too high. Operating limits are established through programmable
parameters that are set in the Body Controller (BC). The RPM input also drives a PTO hourmeter to allow the
operator to measure stationary PTO hours for maintenance records and fuel tax purposes. To view the PTO
hourmeter, press the gauge cluster display selector button momentarily until the text portion of the display
indicates “PTO Hour.”
A Cable-Shifted PTO is a gear-to-gear engagement type mechanism. Very specific transmission operating
modes are required to allow safe engagement of a Cable-Shifted PTO. In essence, the PTO gear in the
transmission must be stopped before engagement of a Cable-Shifted PTO should be attempted. The clutch
must be depressed with the vehicle parked in order to engage the PTO for a manual transmission. An
automatic transmission must be in any driving gear with vehicle parked in order to engage a Cable-Shifted
PTO.
For Hybrid Electric Vehicles only, there is an additional feature code (595BBA) which must be added to make
this type of PTO operable in an Eaton hybrid system.
The PTO alarms are controlled by programmable parameters set in the BC. Factory default settings for these
programmable parameters are listed in the tables below.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Body Builders must set
programmable parameters that are appropriate for their PTO application.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant engines), 595AJU,
595BBA (Hybrid Electric Vehicles only)
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AJZ, 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, 595AJY, 595AMZ, 595BAM
ALARMS
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged while the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the engine
speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit
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If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
transmission is taken out of neutral
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
park brake is released
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
vehicle speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit
Table 117 PTO Alarms
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarms
2138
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Alarm_Limit
Description
If this parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the air pressure is below
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
NA
NA
NA
2139
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
2137
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine is turned off
Off
NA
NA
NA
2136
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarms
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
On
NA
NA
NA
Off
NA
NA
NA
Off
NA
NA
NA
On
NA
NA
NA
5 MPH
3
100
1
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Alarm_Limit
2134
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and transmission is taken out
of neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarms
OTHER PARAMETERS
The TEM_RPM_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter indicates the active state that the Body Controller (BC) will
read as active for the TEM PTO feedback switch. This active state will be used to indicate when the PTO is
engaged.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
Table 118
Parameter
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarms
ID
2147
Description
Active State for the TEM PTO engagement
feedback switch.
Default
Min
Max
Step
1
List
List
List
WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs.
• The wiring to the RPM input is customer supplied.
• A wire must be connected from the Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled
PTO_Feedback_Switch in the black 23-pin RPM input connector (J3).
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Diagram of Cable Shift PTO System
RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV Wire Terminal Kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to create wire harnesses for the RPM
connectors.
HPV terminal kits are pre-made kits that include six power output terminals and seals for the brown 8-way
connector and six terminals for the black 23-way connector.
Table 114
HPV Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C9
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder could purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors were damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a wire harness.
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Table 115 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
3548934C1
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
2585981C91
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built into the connector
RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
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TESTING
Verify that the RPM input labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch (pin position specified by the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or Ground (GND)) as specified by the programmable
parameter 2147 in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
Make certain that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster illuminates by engaging the PTO.
The audible alarm can be tested by activating a vehicle condition that will sound the alarm based upon the
settings of the programmable parameters. For example, if the park brake interlock is programmed on, release
the park brake and engage the PTO. The audible alarms should sound with continuous beeps.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AJT (595BJS or 595BJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant engines) and 595AJU
must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see Local Dealer)
• Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to make sure that software feature codes 595ACZ, 595AJV,
595AJW, 595AJX, 595AJY, and 595AMZ are NOT enabled on the vehicle (see local dealer).
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
Local Dealer)
• Connect a wire from a Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch
in the black 23-pin connector on the RPM as defined by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software program for
this particular vehicle.
• Perform the PTO testing procedure that is listed above.
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PTO ACCOMMODATION MUNCIE® POWERFLEX* LECTRA-SHIFT
Refer to the circuit diagram manual for PTO Accommodation for Lectra-Shift.
60ABB
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMMODATION for Muncie Lectra-Shift PTO Engagement and Disengagement, With
Switch Mounted on Dash; Includes Indicator Light and Audible Alarm in Gauge Cluster (requires one RPM
input and one output)
This feature provides a center stable, momentary rocker switch in a cab switch pack that drives a RPM output
and a 40 Ampere (AMP) relay that are used to engage and disengage the Muncie® Lectra-Shift PTO. The high
current relay output is engaged momentarily to shift in the PTO gear mechanism. Once engaged, the RPM
output is activated to keep the PTO gear in the engaged position. This feature utilizes a customer-mounted
PTO feedback switch wired to a RPM input to drive an indicator light in the gauge cluster that allows the
operator to determine that the PTO is engaged. An audible alarm is used to warn the operator when the PTO is
engaged during unsafe vehicle operating conditions such as when the park brake is released or the engine
speed is too high. Operating limits are established through programmable parameters that are set in the BCM.
The RPM input also drives a PTO hourmeter to allow the operator to measure stationary PTO hours for
maintenance records and fuel tax purposes. To view the PTO hourmeter, press the gauge cluster display
selector button momentarily until the text portion of the display indicates “PTO Hour.”
The Lectra-Shift is a gear-to-gear engagement PTO mechanism. Very specific transmission operating modes
are required to allow safe engagement of a Lectra-Shift PTO. In essence, the PTO gear in the transmission
must be stopped before engagement of the Lectra-Shift PTO should be attempted. The clutch must be
depressed with the vehicle parked in order to engage the Lectra-Shift PTO for a manual transmission. An
automatic transmission must be in any driving gear with vehicle parked in order to engage the Lectra-Shift
PTO. Engagement, disengagement and re-engagement parameters should be set according to the type of
transmission on which the Lectra-Shift is mounted.
For Hybrid Electric Vehicles only, there is an additional feature code (595BBA) which must be added to make
this type of PTO operable in an Eaton hybrid system.
The PTO alarms are controlled by programmable parameters set in the BC. Factory default settings for these
programmable parameters are listed in the tables below.
Through programmable parameters, the vehicle can be programmed to customize the number of times that an
operator can request a PTO engagement per key cycle. The customer can also customize the maximum time
allowed to engage the solenoid per attempt, and the length of time between a failed engagement attempt and
the next time the operator can attempt to engage the PTO.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Required software feature codes: 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010
compliant engines), 595AJU, 595AJV, 595AJZ, 595BBA (Hybrid Electric Vehicles only)
Software feature codes that must be removed: 595AJW, 595AJX, 595AJY, 595AMZ, 595BAM
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the PTO
to engage.
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If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Park Brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the Vehicle
Speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 121
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
NA
NA
NA
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
NA
NA
NA
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
NA
NA
NA
On
NA
NA
NA
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
On
NA
NA
NA
Off
NA
NA
NA
Off
NA
NA
NA
Off
NA
NA
NA
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
2087
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
0
1
100
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is not ON
Off
NA
NA
NA
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
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Table 122
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1400 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
5 MPH
3
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1m the PTO will be
disengaged if the external input designated for
this purpose is active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2118
if the vehicle master switch is not ON
2117
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be re-engaged.
NOTE: All re-engagement parameters should be set to 0 with Lectra-Shift PTOs to prevent gear grind and
damage to the transmission.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed is falls
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due to
the designated external input when the external input is no longer active.
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Table 123
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
ID
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_Key_
State_ Allow_
ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_ReEn 2123
g
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2121
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the master switch being
turned off when the master switch is turned on
again
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the designated external
input when the external input is no longer active
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
ALARMS
These parameters utilize the gauge cluster to sound an alarm to the driver when certain programmable
parameters are violated.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
air pressure is below the value set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the park brake is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
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Table 124 – PTO Alarms
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarms
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Alarm_Limit
ID
Description
If this parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the air pressure is below
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2139
SeeTEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
2137
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine is turned off
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2136
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarms
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
2138
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Alarm_Limit
2134
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and transmission is taken out of
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarms
OTHER PARAMETERS
The TEM_PTO_Retaining_Solenoid_Fuse parameter is the fusing value for the Remote Power Module output
feeding the retaining coil that holds the electric solenoid in the engaged position. If current exceeds this value,
the BC will turn off the output.
The TEM_PTO_Lectra_Shift_Max_Retries parameter allows the customer to establish the maximum number of
times that the operator can request a PTO engagement per key cycle.
The TEM_PTO_Lectra_Shift_Retry_Time parameter sets the time between a failed engagement attempt and
the time that the operator can attempt to engage the PTO again.
The TEM_PTO_Allowed_Engagement_Time parameter sets the maximum time allowed for the solenoid to
make one engagement attempt.
The TEM_RPM_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter indicates the state that the BC will read as active for the
TEM PTO feedback switch (as it goes into the RPM input). This active state will be used to tell the BC when the
PTO is engaged.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
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Table 125
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Retaining_
Solenoid_Fuse
TEM_PTO_
Lectra_Shift_
Max_Retries
TEM_PTO_
Lectra_Shift_
Retry_Time
TEM_PTO_
Allowed_
Engagement_ Time
TEM_RPM_
PTO_Engaged_
Param
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2022
Fuse value for the TEM PTO Single Polarity
engagement retaining solenoid power.
20 Amps
0
20
0.1
2058
The maximum number of times a PTO
engagement request is allowed to be issued in a
key cycle.
0 Retries
0
65535
1
2059
Time frame for retry counting in Lectra- Shift
engagement algorithm.
600
Seconds
0
600
1
0
10
0.1
List
List
List
2057
2147
Time allowed for engagement of the Lectra- Shift
3 Seconds
PTO.
Active State for the TEM PTO engagement
feedback switch.
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WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
• When a vehicle is ordered from Navistar with this feature, a 3-pin connector is provided which mates with the
connector from the Muncie Lectra-Shift Solenoid. This connector is located in the transmission/engine
harness located above the transmission. The customer is responsible for connecting two wires from this
connector to the RPM connectors.
• The white wire is pre-wired from a relay to the Lectra-Shift connector. This wire is for the engagement coil.
• The red wire is for the holding coil in the solenoid. The red wire must be connected to the brown 8-pin RPM
output connector pin labeled PTO_Lectra-Shift_Retaining_Solenoid_Output.
• The black wire is for the PTO feedback switch. The customer must wire from this pin into the black 23-pin
RPM input connector pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch.
• When the customer has completed the wiring from the connector, plug the 3-pin connector into the connector
provided by the Muncie Solenoid (See the Figure below).
• The customer is responsible for providing GND to the solenoid.
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Lectra-Shift PTO Solenoid Connectors
Navistar Supplied Harness for Lectra-Shift PTO
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Diagram of Lectra-Shift PTO System
RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV Wire Terminal Kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to create wire harnesses for the RPM
connectors.
HPV terminal kits are pre-made kits that include six power output terminals and seals for the brown 8-way
connector and six terminals for the black 23-way connector.
Table 126
HPV Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C91
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder could purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors were damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a wire harness.
Table 127 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
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3548934C1
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
October 2012
2585981C91
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built into the connector
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RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
RPM Mounting Location on a WorkStar Model Truck
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TESTING
1. Depress the PTO switch in the cab to the ON position. Ensure that all PTO interlock conditions are enabled.
2. Verify that the pin labeled PTO_Lectra-Shift_Retaining_Solenoid_Output of the Brown 8-way Remote
Power Module output connector has battery voltage levels present.
3. Verify that the Remote Power Module Input labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch (Pin position specified by the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or GND) as specified by the
customer in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
4. Make certain that the switch indicator lights are functioning by engaging the PTO and verifying that the
green light in the top section of the switch illuminates.
5. Make certain that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster is functioning by engaging the PTO.
6. The audible alarm can be tested by activating a vehicle condition that will sound the alarm based upon the
settings of the programmable parameters. For example, if the park brake interlock is programmed on,
release the park brake and engage the PTO. The audible alarms should sound with continuous beeps.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
A. If vehicle does not have a Remote Power Module installed, follow the Remote Power Module installation
procedure listed in this document.
B. If the vehicle already has a Remote Power Module, follow the procedure listed below to add specific wiring
for Lectra-Shift.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs and outputs (refer
to the CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
• Software feature codes 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant
engines), 595AJU, 595AJV, and 595AJZ must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software (see local dealer).
• Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to make sure that software feature codes 595AJW, 595AJX,
595AJY, and 595AMZ are NOT enabled on the vehicle (see local dealer).
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
Local Dealer)
• Connect a wire from the pin labeled PTO_Lectra-Shift_Retaining_Solenoid_Output pin the brown 8-pin RPM
output connector to the coil on the solenoid.
• Connect a wire from a Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch
in the black 23-Pin RPM input connector.
• Connect a wire from Body Controller connector 1600 Pin E11 (Blue Connector) to a 40A relay to provide
power for PTO Engagement.
Perform the PTO testing procedure that is listed above.
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WARNING: Batteries expel explosive gases. Keep sparks, flames, burning cigarettes or other ignition (IGN)
sources away at all times. Always wear safety glasses and a face shield when working near batteries to prevent
personal injury and/or property damage.
Open hood and disconnect batteries on the vehicle.
IN CAB INTERIOR INSTALLATION:
Remove BC kick panel to access the BC.
1. Locate an 18 gauge wire long enough to reach from the BC Connector 1601 to the 76-way dash panel
connector 1700.
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2. Disconnect connector 1700 outside the cab on the dash panel.
3. Terminate one end of the wire with a BC terminal and insert it into connector 1601 pin E11.
4. Terminate the other end of the wire with a 76-way wire terminal and insert it into cavity 12 of connector
1700.
5. Install dash switch.
a.
Ensure the switch assigned to the Lectra-Shift is a center stable momentary switch.
b.
If the switch is not a momentary switch, use a DIN removal tool and remove the affected switch pack
from the Instrument Panel (IP). Install a momentary switch in the position assigned to the PTO switch.
Re-install the switch pack in the IP.
6. Re-install the BC kick panel.
EXTERIOR WIRING AND FUSE/RELAY INSTALLATION
1. Position an in-line 40 AMP fuse and relay near the mega-fuse in the engine compartment.
2. Terminate an 18 gauge wire with a terminal and insert one end into connector 1700 pin 12.
3. Terminate the other end with a relay socket terminal and connect it to the 40 AMP relay coil terminal 86.
4. Connect a second 18 gauge wire from the 40 AMP relay coil terminal 85 to the GND stud on the dash panel
using a ring terminal.
5. Connect a 10 gauge wire from the battery side of the mega-fuse to one side of the in-line fuse.
6. Connect a 10 gauge wire from the other side of the in-line fuse to the moving contact of the 40 AMP relay.
7. Connect a 10 gauge wire from the normally open relay contact to the white wire of the Lectra-Shift supplied
wire harness.
8. Tie-wrap the in-line fuse and relay to the center chassis harness. Ensure that the terminals of the relay and
fuse are pointed down to prevent water intrusion.
9. Route the harness down along the engine harness next to the Engine Control Module (ECM) above the
clutch linkage; follow the portion of the transmission/engine harness coming out of the engine ECM. Tape
or tie-wrap the single white Lectra-Shift pull-in coil wire to the transmission/engine harness.
10. Connect the red wire to the brown 8-pin RPM output connector pin labeled
PTO_Lectra_Shift_Retaining_Solenoid_Output.
11. Connect the black wire to the black 23-pin RPM input connector pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch.
12. Reconnect vehicle batteries.
13. Test the PTO operation.
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PTO ACCOMMODATION FOR ELECTRIC OVER HYDRAULIC PTO
60ABE
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMMODATION for Electric over Hydraulic PTO, With Switch Mounted on Dash, Includes
Audible Alarm and Indicator Light in Gauge Cluster (Requires one RPM input and one output). This feature
does Not Include Solenoids.
This feature provides a latched switch in a switch pack to drive one RPM output to engage an Electric over
Hydraulic PTO.
This feature utilizes a customer-mounted PTO feedback switch wired to a RPM input to drive an indicator light
in the gauge cluster that allows the operator to determine that the PTO is engaged. An audible alarm is used to
warn the operator when the PTO is engaged during unsafe vehicle operating conditions such as when the park
brake is released or the engine speed is too high. Operating limits are established through programmable
parameters that are set in the BC. The RPM input also drives a PTO hourmeter to allow the operator to
measure stationary PTO hours for maintenance records and fuel tax purposes. To view the PTO hourmeter,
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press the gauge cluster display selector button momentarily until the text portion of the display indicates “PTO
Hour.”
For Hybrid Electric Vehicles only, there is an additional feature code (595BBA) which must be added to make
this type of PTO operable in an Eaton hybrid system.
The PTO alarms are controlled by programmable parameters set in the BC. Factory default settings for these
programmable parameters are listed in the tables below.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Body Builders must set
programmable parameters that are appropriate for their PTO application.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant engines), 595AJU,
595AJW, 595AJZ, 595BBA (Hybrid Electric Vehicles only)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AJV, 595AJX, 595AJY, 595AMZ, 595BAM
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
Transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Park Brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the Vehicle
Speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the Vehicle
Primary Air Pressure is under the value prescribed be TEM_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO will not be engaged if the vehicle
master switch is not ON.
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Table 128
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
2087
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2097
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Vehicle Primary Air Pressure is
under the value prescribed by
TEM_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib
0
1
500
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air pressure is
below TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
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If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disenages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air pressure is
below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
IF TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 129
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Disengages
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the primary air pressure is below the value set
in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_DisEng_Limit
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages
0
0
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2117 if the external input designated for this purpose is
active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2118
if the vehicle master switch is not ON
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer
in active state.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
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If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due to
low vehicle air pressure when the primary air pressure is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
Table 130
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Ext_Input_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
2122 after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
2120
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the designated
2121
external input when the external input is no longer
active.
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2123
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Allow_ReEng
2124
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the master switch being
turned off when the master switch is turned on
again.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to low vehicle air pressure
when the primary air pressure is over
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit
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Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
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ALARMS
These parameters set the conditions in which an audible alarm in the gauge cluster will sound.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the engine is turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the park brake is released
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
Table 131 – PTO Alarms
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarms
2138
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
TEMP_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
Description
If this parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the air pressure is below
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2139
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
2137
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine is turned off
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
See TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
2136
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2134
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If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and transmission is taken out of
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms
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OTHER PARAMETERS
These parameters allow the customer to program the active state of the Remote Power Module Input and set
the maximum current of the Remote Power Module Output.
The TEM_RPM_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter 2147 indicates the state that the BC will read as active for
the TEM PTO feedback switch (as it goes into the RPM input). This active state will be used to indicate when
the PTO is engaged.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
The TEM_Hyd_PTO_Engagement_Out_Param parameter sets the current at which the BC will fuse the
Remote Power Module output that drives the engagement of the PTO. This is used to define the maximum
amount of current that can flow through the Remote Power Module output.
Table 132
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_RPM_PTO_
Engaged_ Param
TEM_Hyd_PTO_
Engagement_
Out_Param
ID
2147
1993
Description
Active State for the TEM PTO engagement
feedback switch.
This is the fuse level of the Hydraulic PTO FET
(Field Effect Transistor).
Default
Min
Max
Step
1
List
List
List
20 Amps
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
• All wiring to RPM inputs and outputs is customer supplied.
• One wire must be connected from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the brown 8-pin RPM output connector to
the coil on the hydraulic solenoid. This wire drives the engagement and disengagement of the solenoid. The
customer supplies a GND wire for the hydraulic solenoid.
• A second wire must be connected from the Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch (GND active) to the
pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch in the black 23-pin RPM input connector. This feedback switch is used to
determine whether or not the PTO is engaged by determining if the switch is in the active state. If the switch
is indeed in the active state and the PTO is running, then an indicator light in the gauge cluster will be on.
When the switch is not in the active state, the indicator light will not be on.
• The switch provided is labeled PTO.
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Overview of Electric Over Hydraulic PTO System
RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV Wire Terminal Kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to create wire harnesses for the RPM
connectors.
HPV terminal kits are pre-made kits that include six power output terminals and seals for the brown 8-way
connector and six terminals for the black 23-way connector.
Table 133
HPV Terminal Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C91
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder can purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors are damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a wire harness.
Table 134 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
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3548934C1
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
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2585981C91
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built into the connector
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RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
RPM Mounting Location on a WorkStar Model Truck
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TESTING
1. To determine if the PTO is working, depress the PTO switch in the cab to the on position. Ensure that all
interlock conditions are enabled.
2. Verify that the pin labeled PTO_Output of the brown 8-way Remote Power Module output connector has
the battery voltage levels present.
3. Verify that the RPM input labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch (pin position specified by the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or GND) as specified by the programmable
parameter in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
4. Make certain that the indicator light in the top section of the PTO switch illuminates by engaging the PTO.
5. Make certain that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster illuminates by engaging the PTO.
6. The Audible Alarm can be tested by violating the set programmable parameters and determining if the
Alarm sounds. For example: If the park brake interlock is programmed ON, release the park brake and
engage the PTO. The audible alarm should sound with continuous beeps.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant
engines), 595AJU, 595AJW, and 595AJZ must be enabled on the vehicle using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software (see local dealer).
• Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to make sure that software feature codes 595AJV, 595AJX,
595AJY, and 595AMZ are NOT enabled on the vehicle (see local dealer).
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
Local Dealer)
• Connect a wire from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the brown 8-pin RPM output connector, to the coil on the
solenoid.
• Connect a wire from a Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch
in the black 23-Pin RPM input connector.
• Perform the PTO testing procedure that is listed above.
Constant Engagement Hydraulic Pump
Another use of 60ABE is to control a dump valve on a constantly engaged hydraulic pump. In this case the
operator would use the RPM (address 1) output A to activate and deactivate the dump valve. This dump valve
is used to control hydraulic pressure in the system, reducing wear on the system and increasing fuel economy.
■
PTO ACCOMMODATION ELECTRIC OVER AIR NON-CLUTCHED
60ABK
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMMODATION. Accommodation for Electric over Air, Non-Clutched PTO Engagement
and Disengagement, Does not Include Air Solenoid, With Switch Mounted on Dash, Includes Audible Alarm
and Indicator Light in Gauge Cluster (requires one RPM input and one output)
This feature provides a momentary switch in the in-cab switch pack to drive a RPM output to engage an Electric
over Air, Non-Clutched PTO.
A RPM input is used to drive an indicator light in the gauge cluster to indicate when the PTO is engaged. An
audible alarm sounds when certain programmable parameters are violated. The RPM input also drives a PTO
hourmeter to allow the operator to measure stationary PTO hours for maintenance records and fuel tax
purposes. To view the hourmeter, press the gauge cluster selection button momentarily until the text portion of
the display indicates “PTO Hour.”
The Non-Clutched air-shifted PTO is a gear-to-gear engagement mechanism. Very specific transmission
operating modes are required to allow safe engagement of the PTO. In essence, the PTO gear in the
transmission must be stopped before engagement of the PTO should be attempted. The clutch must be
depressed with the vehicle parked in order to engage the PTO for a manual transmission. An automatic
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transmission must be in any driving gear with vehicle parked in order to engage the PTO. Engagement,
disengagement, and re-engagement parameters should be set according to the type of transmission where the
Non-Clutched PTO is mounted.
For Hybrid Electric Vehicles only, there is an additional feature code (595BBA) which must be added to make
this type of PTO operable in the hybrid system.
The PTO alarms are controlled by programmable parameters set in the BCM. Through these programmable
parameters, the vehicle owner can customize the functionality of the PTO. Factory default settings for these
programmable parameters are listed in the tables below.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section).
All re-engagement parameters for Non-Clutched PTOs are defaulted OFF. These parameters are defaulted to
OFF because reengaging a Non-Clutched PTO automatically (after it has disengaged) could cause the gears to
grind and damage the PTO.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Body Builders must set
programmable parameters that are appropriate for their PTO application.
Required software feature codes: 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010
compliant engines), 595AJU, 595AJX, 595AJZ, 595BBA (Hybrid Electric Vehicles only)
Software feature codes that must be removed: 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJY, 595AMZ, 595BAM
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
Transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Park Brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the Vehicle
Speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 135
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air pressure is
below TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Inhib
90 psi
1
500
1
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2097
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
2087
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is not ON.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
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If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 136
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the primary air pressure is below the value set
in TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2117 if the external input designated for this purpose is
active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2118
if the vehicle master switch is not ON
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
All re-engagement parameters should be set to 0 with non-clutched air-shifted PTOs to prevent gear grind and
damage to the transmission.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
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If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
Table 137
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2124
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2121
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2123
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Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to low vehicle air
pressure when the primary air pressure is over
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the designated external
input when the external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the master switch being
turned off when the master switch is turned on
again
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Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
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ALARMS
These parameters utilize the gauge cluster to sound an alarm to the driver when certain programmable
parameters are violated.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the engine is turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged and the
engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the park brake is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound if the PTO is engaged
and the vehicle speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
Table 138 – PTO Alarms
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_ Alarms
2138
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
Description
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
primary air pressure is below TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit.
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
2139
2137
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEMP_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2136
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2134
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine is turned off
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and transmission is taken out of
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms
OTHER PARAMETERS
These parameters allow the customer to program the active state of the RPM input and set the maximum
current of the RPM output.
The TEM_RPM_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter 2147 indicates the state that the BC will read as active for
the TEM PTO feedback switch (as it goes into the RPM input). This active state will be used to indicate when
the PTO is engaged.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
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The TEM_Hyd_PTO_Engagement_Out_Param parameter 1993 sets the current at which the BC will fuse the
RPM output that drives the engagement of the PTO. This is used to define the maximum amount of current that
can flow through the RPM output.
Table 139
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_RPM_
PTO_Engaged_
Param
TEM_Hyd_ PTO_
Engagement_
Out_Param
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2147
Active State for the TEM PTO engagement
feedback switch.
1
List
List
List
1993
This is the fuse level of the Hydraulic PTO FET.
20 Amps
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section).
• All wiring to RPM inputs and outputs is customer supplied.
• One wire must be connected from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the Brown 8-pin RPM output connector, to
the coil on the air solenoid. This wire drives the engagement and disengagement of the solenoid. The
customer supplies a GND wire for the air solenoid.
• A second wire must be connected from the Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch (GND active) to the
pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch in the black 23-pin RPM input connector. This switch is used to
determine whether or not the PTO is engaged by determining if the switch is in the active state. If the switch
is indeed in the active state and the PTO is running, then an indicator light in the gauge cluster will be on.
When the switch is not in the active state, the indicator light will not be on.
• The switch provided is not labeled; therefore the customer will have to install a PTO label for the switch from
the bag of switch labels provided with the vehicle. The customer should use the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software to determine the location of the in-cab switch.
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Diagram of Electric Over Air (Non-Clutched) PTO System
RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to wire in and out of the RPM connectors.
HPV kits are pre-made kits that include terminals and seals for BOTH RPM connectors.
Table 140
HPV Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C91
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder can purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors are damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a harness.
Table 141 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
3548934C1
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
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2585981C91
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Included
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RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
RPM Mounting Location on a WorkStar Model Truck
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TESTING
1. To determine if the PTO is working, depress the PTO switch in the cab to the on position. Ensure that all
interlock conditions are enabled.
2. Verify that the pin labeled PTO_Output of the brown 8-way RPM output connector has the battery voltage
levels present.
3. Verify that the RPM input labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch (Pin position specified by the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or GND) as specified by the customer in the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
4. Make certain that the indicator light in the top section of the PTO switch illuminates by engaging the PTO.
5. Make certain that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster illuminates by engaging the PTO.
6. The audible alarm can be tested by violating the set programmable parameters and determining if the
alarm sounds. For example: If the park brake interlock is programmed ON, release the park brake and
engage the PTO. The audible alarm should sound with continuous beeps.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant
engines), 595AJU, 595AJX, 595AJZ and 595BBA (for Hybrids only) must be enabled on the vehicle using
the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see Local Dealer).
• Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to make sure that software feature codes 595AJV, 595AJW,
595AJY, and 595AMZ are NOT enabled on the vehicle (see Local Dealer)
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
Local Dealer)
• Connect a wire from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the Brown 8-pin RPM output connector to the coil on the
solenoid.
• Connect a wire from a Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch
in the Black 23-Pin RPM input connector.
• Perform the PTO testing procedure that is listed above.
■
PTO ACCOMMODATION ELECTRIC OVER AIR CLUTCHED
60ABL
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMMODATION. Accommodation for Electric over Air, Clutched PTO Engagement and
Disengagement, Does not Include Air Solenoid, With Switch Mounted on Dash, Includes Audible Alarm and
Indicator Light in Gauge Cluster (requires one RPM input and one output)
This feature provides a latched switch in the in-cab switch pack to drive a RPM output that provides power to
engage and disengage the Electric over Air, Clutched PTO. A RPM input is used to drive an indicator light in the
gauge cluster, allowing the operator to discern whether or not the PTO is engaged. An audible alarm sounds
when certain programmable parameters are violated. The RPM input also drives a PTO hourmeter to allow the
operator to measure stationary PTO hours for maintenance records and fuel tax purposes. To view the
hourmeter, press the gauge cluster selection button momentarily until the text portion of the display indicates
“PTO Hour.”
For Hybrid Electric Vehicles only, there is an additional feature code (595BBA) which must be added to make
this type of PTO operable in an Eaton hybrid system.
This PTO feature is a rule-based option. The operation of the PTO is governed by rules of engagement,
disengagement, re-engagement, and alarms. These rules are defined through programmable parameters.
Through these programmable parameters, the vehicle owner can customize the functionality of the PTO.
Factory default settings for these programmable parameters are listed in the tables below.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section).
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
Parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Body Builders must set
programmable parameters that are appropriate for their PTO application.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant engines), 595AJU,
595AJY, 595AJZ, 595BBA (Hybrid Electric Vehicles only)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, 595AMZ, 595BAM
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
Transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the Park Brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the Vehicle
Speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 142
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air pressure is
below TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Inhib
90 psi
1
500
1
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2097
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
2087
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is not ON.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
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If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 143
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the primary air pressure is below the value set
in TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_DisEng_Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2117 if the external input designated for this purpose is
active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2118
if the vehicle master switch is not ON
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
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If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
Table 144
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2124
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2021
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2023
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to low vehicle air
pressure when the primary air pressure is over
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the designated external
input when the external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
ALARMS
These parameters utilize the gauge cluster to sound an alarm to the driver when certain programmable
parameters are violated.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the engine is turned off.
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If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the park brake is released
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
Table 145
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_ Alarms
2138
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
Description
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
primary air pressure is below TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit.
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
2139
2137
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEMP_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2136
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2134
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine is turned off.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and transmission is taken out of
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms
OTHER PARAMETERS
These parameters allow the customer to program the active state of the RPM input and set the maximum
current of the RPM output.
The TEM_RPM_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter 2147 indicates the state that the BC will read as active for
the TEM PTO feedback switch (As it goes into the RPM input). This active state will be used to indicate when
the PTO is engaged.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
The TEM_Hyd_PTO_Engagement_Out_Param parameter 1993 sets the current at which the BC will fuse the
Remote Power Module output that drives the engagement of the PTO. This is used to define the maximum
amount of current that can flow through the Remote Power Module output.
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Table 146
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_RPM_
PTO_Engaged_
Param
TEM_Hyd_ PTO_
Engagement_
Out_Param
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2147
Active State for the TEM PTO engagement
feedback switch.
1
List
List
List
1993
This is the fuse level of the Hydraulic PTO FET.
20 Amps
0
20
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section).
• All wiring to RPM inputs and outputs is customer supplied.
• One wire must be connected from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the Brown 8-pin RPM output connector to
the coil on the air solenoid. This wire drives the engagement and disengagement of the solenoid. The
customer supplies a GND wire for the air solenoid.
• A second wire must be connected from the Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch (GND active) to the
pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch in the Black 23-pin RPM input connector. This switch used to determine
whether or not the PTO is engaged by checking if the switch is in the active state. If the switch is indeed in
the active state and the PTO is running, then an indicator light in the gauge cluster will be on. When the
switch is not in the active state, the indicator light will not be on.
• The switch provided is labeled PTO.
Diagram of Electric Over Air (Clutched) PTO System
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RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to wire in and out of the RPM connectors.
HPV kits are pre-made kits that include terminals and seals for BOTH RPM connectors.
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Table 147
HPV Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C91
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder can purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors are damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a harness.
Table 148 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
3548934C1
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
2585981C91
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Included
RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
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TESTING
1. To determine if the PTO is working, depress the PTO switch in the cab to the on position. Ensure that all
interlock conditions are enabled.
2. Verify that the pin labeled PTO_Output of the Brown 8-way Remote Power Module output connector has
the battery voltage levels present.
3. Verify that the Remote Power Module Input labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch (Pin position specified by the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or GND) as specified by the
customer in the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
4. Make certain that the indicator light in the top section of the PTO switch illuminates by engaging the PTO.
5. Make certain that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster illuminates by engaging the PTO.
6. The audible alarm can be tested by violating the set programmable parameters and determining if the
alarm sounds. For example, if the park brake interlock is programmed ON, release the park brake and
engage the PTO. The audible alarm should sound with continuous beeps.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AJT (Use 595BJS or 595BJT instead of 595AJT on vehicles with 2010 compliant
engines), 595AJU, 595AJY, 595AJZ and 595BBA (for Hybrids only) must be enabled on the vehicle using the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see Local Dealer).
• Use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to make sure that software feature codes 595AJV, 595AJW,
595AJX, and 595AMZ are NOT enabled on the vehicle (see Local Dealer)
• Set the desired programmable parameters for each signal using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see
Local Dealer)
• Connect a wire from the pin labeled PTO_Output in the Brown 8-pin RPM output connector to the coil on the
solenoid.
• Connect a wire from a Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch to the pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch
in the Black 23-Pin RPM input connector.
• Perform the PTO testing procedure that is listed above.
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THREE INTERLOCKED LATCHED SWITCHES DISENGAGE AT 30 MPH WITH PTO
ACCOMMODATION
60AKG
BDY INTG, PTO ACCOMODATION for (3) Rocker Switches, (1) PTO Switch, (2) Generic Switches to Control
(3) 30 amp relays, With Programmable Interlocks, for Body Builder Hook up in the Engine Compartment Left
Side, Recommended for Automatic Transmissions
This feature provides TWO 2-position Latched Rocker switches that control two auxiliary loads requiring a total
of two RPM outputs. Outputs are defaulted to disengage when vehicle speed reaches 30 MPH. The outputs will
only be available in IGN or accessory key-state. This feature is used for applications such as a rear shining
light. If the operator forgets to turn the light off before he drives away, the light will shut off when the driver hits
30 MPH.
The owner can interlock the switch with certain programmable conditions. These conditions can be set as
programmable parameters using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. These parameters are listed and
explained below.
This feature includes two copies of the functionality provided by 60ACG; e.g., two outputs with two switches.
Each one of these outputs is exactly the same as that provided by 60ACG. The two outputs in this feature are
completely autonomous (independent of each other). Each of the two outputs has its own set of four
parameters (the five mentioned in the description for 60ACG with the exception of the RPM fuse parameters).
This feature also provides the customer with the ability to control a customer-supplied PTO with an in-dash
switch. Programmable parameters allow customers to customize the functionality of their PTO.
Please use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to determine pin and switch locations for RPM inputs and
outputs and to set programmable parameters (refer to pin and switch location section)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595BHZ, 595BKY, 595AJZ
Conflicts with Software features: 595 AKB, 595AKC, 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, and 595AJY
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param
This parameter (TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param) is the master parameter for this feature. The setting for
this parameter selects the interlocking condition for the output. The following table indicates which interlocking
condition corresponds to which setting for the parameter. To select the interlocking condition simply set the
value of this parameter to the corresponding setting on the table.
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Table 149
Setting
Interlocking Condition
0
1
2
3
4
5
Apply no interlocks to this output
Activate this output when the park brake is set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the park brake is not set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when a door is open AND the switch is on
Activate this output when all doors are closed AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the PTO is engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the PTO is not engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO
feature)
Activate this output when the engine is running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the engine is not running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed exceeds the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed is less than the value set in
TEM_Aux_1_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is stopped AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is moving AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the transmission gear is higher than
TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission gear is lower than
TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is not in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Drop Down List of Possible Parameters for TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param
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* TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off
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Normally, if the output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will re-activate as
soon as the interlocking condition is re-established as long as the switch is still on. If this behavior is not
desirable, the parameter TEM_Aux1_Interlock_Latches_Off parameter can be set. When it is set and the
output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will not reactivate when the
interlocking condition is re-established even if the switch is still on. To re-activate the output in this case, the
switch must be re-cycled (flipped off and then on again).
* TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10, the speed-interlock parameter
(TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to the actual speed to use
in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param (default unit for this parameter is MPH). The
speed parameter is only used if TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle is traveling over 15 MPH, set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 9 and set TEM_Aux1_Speed_Interlock_Param to 15 MPH.
* TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14 and the vehicle has an automatic transmission, the
gear-interlock parameter (TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to
the transmission gear to use in the condition selected by TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param. The transmission
gear is set as follows:
Table 150
Setting
Transmission Gear
125
Transmission in Neutral
126
127
128
125 + x
Transmission is in the 1st forward gear
Transmission is in the 2nd forward gear
Transmission is in the 3rd forward gear
Transmission is in the xth forward gear
124
123
125 – y
Transmission is in the 1st reverse gear
Transmission is in the 2nd reverse gear
Transmission is in the yth reverse gear
The transmission gear parameter is only used if
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle transmission is in a reverse gear, set
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param to 10 and TEM_Aux1_Gear_Interlock_Param to 125.
* TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param
This parameter (TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param) is the master parameter for this feature. The setting for
this parameter selects the interlocking condition for the output. The following table indicates which interlocking
condition corresponds to which setting for the parameter. To select the interlocking condition simply set the
value of this parameter to the corresponding setting on the table.
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Table 151
Setting
Interlocking Condition
0
1
2
3
4
5
Apply no interlocks to this output
Activate this output when the park brake is set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the park brake is not set AND the switch is on
Activate this output when a door is open AND the switch is on
Activate this output when all doors are closed AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the PTO is engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO feature)
Activate this output when the PTO is not engaged AND the switch is on (Requires a PTO
feature)
Activate this output when the engine is running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the engine is not running AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed exceeds the value set in
TEM_Aux_2_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle speed is less than the value set in
TEM_Aux_2_Speed_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is stopped AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the vehicle is moving AND the switch is on
Activate this output when the transmission gear is higher than
TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission gear is lower than
TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param AND the switch is on (Requires Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
Activate this output when the transmission is not in neutral AND the switch is on (Requires
Automatic Transmission)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Drop Down List of Possible Parameters for TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param
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* TEM_Aux2_Interlock_Latches_Off
Normally, if the output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will re-activate as
soon as the interlocking condition is re-established as long as the switch is still on. If this behavior is not
desirable, the parameter TEM_Aux2_Interlock_Latches_Off parameter can be set. When it is set and the
output is deactivated because the interlocking condition is not met, the output will not reactivate when the
interlocking condition is re-established even if the switch is still on. To re-activate the output in this case, the
switch must be re-cycled (flipped off and then on again).
* TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10, the speed-interlock parameter
(TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to the actual speed to use
in the condition selected by TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param (default unit for this parameter is MPH). The
speed parameter is only used if TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 9 or 10.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle is traveling over 15 MPH, set
TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param to 9 and set TEM_Aux2_Speed_Interlock_Param to 15 MPH.
* TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param
If TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14 and the vehicle has an automatic transmission, the
gear-interlock parameter (TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param) must also be set. This parameter must be set to
the transmission gear to use in the condition selected by TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param. The transmission
gear is set as follows:
Table 152
Setting
Transmission Gear
125
Transmission in Neutral
126
127
128
125 + x
Transmission is in the 1st forward gear
Transmission is in the 2nd forward gear
Transmission is in the 3rd forward gear
Transmission is in the xth forward gear
124
123
125 – y
Transmission is in the 1st reverse gear
Transmission is in the 2nd reverse gear
Transmission is in the yth reverse gear
The transmission gear parameter is only used if
TEM_Aux1_Misc_Interlock_Param is set to 13 or 14.
Example: For the output to only come on when the vehicle transmission is in a reverse gear, you would set
TEM_Aux2_Misc_Interlock_Param to 10 and TEM_Aux2_Gear_Interlock_Param to 125.
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Table 153
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_Aux1_
Interlock_
Latches_Off
TEM_Aux1_
Speed_ Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux1_ Gear_
Interlock_ Param
TEM_Aux1_ Misc_
Interlock_ Param
TEM_Aux2_
Interlock_
Latches_Off
TEM_Aux2_
Speed_ Interlock_
Param
TEM_Aux2_ Gear_
Interlock_ Param
TEM_Aux2_ Misc_
Interlock_ Param
ID
2006
2007
Description
If this is set, when the output is turned off due to
an interlock, it will remain off until the switch is
recycled.
The speed parameter for the TEM Aux #1 with
Interlocks feature.
The transmission gear parameter for the TEM
Aux #1 with Interlocks feature (124 is reverse,
2008
125 is neutral, 126 is 1st gear, 127 is second gear
etc.).
Miscellaneous or control parameter used for
2033
setting the interlock for the auxiliary 1 with
interlocks.
If this is set, when the output is turned off due to
2010
an interlock, it will remain off until the switch is
recycled.
2011
The speed parameter for the TEM Aux #2 with
Interlocks feature.
The transmission gear parameter for the TEM
Aux #2 with Interlocks feature (124 is reverse,
2012
125 is neutral, 126 is 1st gear, 127 is second gear
etc.).
Miscellaneous or control parameter used for
2034
setting the interlock for the auxiliary 2 with
interlocks.
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
On/Off
30
Mph
0
100
0
Number
0
250
10
List
Off
On/Off
30
Mph
0
100
0
Number
0
250
10
List
ENGAGEMENT
*These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the park brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the vehicle
speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
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Table 154
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air pressure is
below TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Inhib
90 psi
1
500
1
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
3 MPH
1
100
1
2097
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
2087
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
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Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the primary air pressure is below the value set
in TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
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Table 156
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2124
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to low vehicle air
pressure when the primary air pressure is over
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
2148
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
2149 after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
2119
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
ALARMS
This feature does not provide any PTO feedback indications or alarms. If this functionality is required, add the
feature described in the chapter for 16WLM PTO Feedback and Alarms.
WIRING INFORMATION
The wiring out of the pin labeled TEM_PTO_Relay_Driver_Command should be connected to the F2 pin on the
J4 (1601) connector.
The wiring out of the pin labeled Interlocked_switch_relay1_output should be connected to the F6 pin on the J4
(1601) connector.
The wiring out of the pin labeled Interlocked_switch_relay2_output should be connected to the F7 pin on the J4
(1601) connector.
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TESTING
1. Depress switch.
2. Verify that the output labeled Interlocked_switch_relay1_output is obtaining the desired voltage (as
programmed by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
3. Verify the functionality of the 30 Mph interlock by violating the parameter and determine that the output
shuts off.
4. Test all other interlocks can by violating the programmable parameters to see if the output shuts off
5. Depress the second switch.
6. Verify that the RPM output labeled Interlocked_switch_relay2_output is obtaining the desired voltage (as
programmed by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software).
7. Verify the functionality of the 30 MPH interlock by violating the parameter and determine that the output
shuts off.
8. Test all other interlocks can by violating the programmable parameters to see if the output shuts off
9. Depress the In-cab PTO switch to the ON position.
10. Verify that all enabled interlock conditions are met.
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HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595BHZ, 595BKY and 595AJZ MUST be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software (see local dealer).
• Software feature codes 595AJU, 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, and 595AJY must NOT be enabled on the
truck.
• Three (3) 2-position latched rocker switches (P/N 3578910C1) must be installed in the in-cab switch pack in
the position specified by the Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
• Three (3) green LED indicator lights (P/N 3578733C1) must be installed behind the upper portion of each
switch.
• Three (3) amber LED indicator lights (P/N 3533928C1) must be installed behind the lower portion of each
switch.
• Three (3) relays, gen. control, 4-pin micro (P/N 3600329C1) must be installed with the proper pin
connections to the J4 connector described above.
• Programmable parameters must be set using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
• Set desired “Engagement”, “Disengagement”, and “Re-engagement” programmable parameters.
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PTO CONTROL
13XAA
PTO CONTROL, DASH MOUNTED For Customer Provided PTO; Includes Switch, Electric/Air Solenoid, Piping
and Wiring
13WDH
WIRING, TRANS, BODY BUILDER, Installed Wiring for Transmission/PTO Controls, for Allison 2000, 2100,
2200, 2400, 2500 Series Transmission Only. NOTE: See the Automatic Transmission Interfaces section of this
manual for connector reference information and connector location.
13WDN
PTO CONTROL, DASH MOUNTED for Customer Provided PTO; Includes 2 Independent Illuminated Switches,
2 Electric/Air Solenoids, Piping and Wiring
This feature provides the customer with the ability to control a customer-supplied PTO(s) with a single
(13XAA)/two (13WDN) in-dash switch(es) and a single (13XAA)/two (13WDN) air solenoid(s). This feature
provides all the software and wiring to the air solenoid located inside the driver’s side frame rail next to the
transmission. Customer must supply and route air plumbing to the PTO. Programmable parameters allow
customers to customize the functionality of their PTO.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES (FOR ALL MODELS OTHER THAN LINE HAUL AND PROSTAR):
595AJZ and 595AMZ
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AJU, 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, and 595AJY
NOTE: The parameters for 13XAA for the Line Haul and ProStar models are listed further down.
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
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If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the park brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the vehicle
speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 157
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air pressure is
below TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Inhib
90 psi
1
500
1
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2097
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2092 engaged if the engine speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2093
2089
2088
2087
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in Neutral or
Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
2090 engaged if the vehicle speed is over the value set
in TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is not ON
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
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If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 158
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the primary air pressure is below the value set
in TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
if the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2117 if the external input designated for this purpose is
active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged
2118
if the vehicle master switch is not ON
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
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If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
Table 159
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2124
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2121
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2123
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to low vehicle air
pressure when the primary air pressure is over
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to the engine stopping
when the engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to engine overspeed
when the engine speed is below
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to transmission out of
neutral when the transmission is placed back into
neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to park brake released
when the park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after disengagement due to vehicle overspeed
when the vehicle speed is below
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the designated external
input when the external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged
after a disengage due to the master switch being
turned off when the master switch is turned on
again
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
WIRING INFORMATION
Customer must supply and route air plumbing from the Navistar-provided air solenoid (Located inside the
driver’s side frame rail, adjacent to the Transmission) to the PTO.
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TESTING
1. Depress the In-cab PTO switch to the ON position.
2. Verify that all enabled interlock conditions are met.
3. Verify that the Navistar-provided air solenoid is supplying air pressure at the solenoid output.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AJZ and 595AMZ must be added to the truck using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software.
• Software feature codes 595AJU, 595AJV, 595AJW, 595AJX, and 595AJY must NOT be enabled on the
truck.
• Set desired “Engagement”, “Disengagement”, and “Re-engagement” programmable parameters.
• Add a latched switch (P/N 3578910C1) in the in-cab switch pack in the position specified by the Diamond
Logic ® Builder software.
• If the truck does not already have a 4-pack solenoid base, the customer should order a 4-pack base (part
number 2505594C1) and an air solenoid (part number 2506711C91).
• Add wiring as per the Electrical Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air
Solenoid.
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PTO CONTROL ONLY FOR LINE HAUL AND PROSTAR MODELS, DASH MOUNTED FOR
CUSTOMER PROVIDED PTO; INCLUDES SWITCH, ELECTRIC/AIR SOLENOID, PIPING
AND WIRING
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595ADD for post 2007 clusters and pre 2010 clusters – 595BKJ or 595BNP is required to be added for 2010
clusters.
Software feature 595BNP is similar to 595BKJ, but has 42 parameters available.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AEB for post 2007 clusters and pre 2010 clusters – 595BKK or 595BNN is required to be removed for 2010
clusters.
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be engaged and disengaged.
Software Feature Codes: 595ADD or 595BKJ
PARAMETERS
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the vehicle speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified vehicle speed for the PTO to engage. Please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate vehicle speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the engine speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified engine speed for the PTO to be engaged. Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate engine speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable – Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on engine speed. Set to 1 to have
a speed that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the engine speed is greater than the set value.
Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate engine speed if this parameter is
set to 1.
Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable PTOa_– Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on vehicle speed. Set to 1 to have
a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is greater than the set
value. Please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate vehicle speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Clutch_Pedal – Set to 0 to ignore the clutch pedal or if the vehicle does not have a clutch pedal. Set to 1
to ensure that the clutch pedal is depressed for engagement.
PTOa_Engine_Running – Set to 0 to ignore the engine. Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is running to engage
and disengage if the engine stops running.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range – Set to a speed that the engine has to be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the engine speed becomes greater than the set value. If engine speed is required for
PTO operation, please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable this interlock.
PTOa_Park_Brake – Set to 0 to ignore the park brake. Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is set for engage
and disengage if the park brake is released.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range – Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for the PTO to
engage. The PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If vehicle speed is
required for PTO operation, please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to enable this interlock.
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range.
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PTOa_Transmission_Neutral – NOTE: this parameter will only work for vehicles with automated manual
transmissions. Set to 0 to ignore the transmission state. Set to 1 to ensure that the transmission is in neutral for
engagement.
Table 160
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Enable
2242
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Enable
2243
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Alarm_
Enable
2244
Vehicle_Speed_
Alarm_Enable
PTOa
2267
PTOa_Clutch_
Pedal
PTOa_Engine_
Running
2333
2334
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Range
2336
PTOa_Park_Brake
2338
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Range
2339
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2340
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2342
PTOa_
Transmission_
Neutral
2355
Description
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below a specified
vehicle speed for the PTO to engage. Please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate vehicle speed if this parameter is set to 1..
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below a specified
engine speed for the PTO to be engaged. Please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate engine speed if this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed that an alarm will sound when
the PTO is engaged and the engine speed is greater
than the set value. Please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the
appropriate engine speed if this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed limit that an alarm will sound
when the PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is
greater than the set value. Please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the
appropriate vehicle speed if this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to ensure that the clutch pedal is depressed for
engagement.
Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is running to engage
and disengage if the engine stops running.
Set to a speed that the engine has to be below for the
PTO to engage. The PTO will disengage if the engine
speed becomes greater than the set value. If engine
speed is required for PTO operation, please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable this interlock.
Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is set for engage
and disengage if the park brake is released.
Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for
the PTO to engage. The PTO will disengage if the
vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If
vehicle speed is required for PTO operation, please
use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to
enable this interlock.
If an engine speed alarm is required for PTO operation,
please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable
parameter to enable this alarm.
Set to a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the
PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is greater than
the set value. If the vehicle alarm is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable to enable this
alarm.
NOTE, this parameter will only work for vehicles with
automated manual transmissions. Set to 1 to ensure
that the transmission is in neutral for engagement.
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Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
300
300
3000
10
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
100
1
300
300
3000
10
3
3
100
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595BNP (2010 Clusters, 42 Parameters)
PARAMETERS
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the park brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the vehicle
speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 161
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the primary vehicle air pressure is below
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2098
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_ Inhib
90 psi
1
500
1
2095
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the brake pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2094
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged
when the clutch pedal is not depressed
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2092
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the engine speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2093
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
2089
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only be engaged if
the Transmission is not in Neutral or Park
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2088
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the Transmission is not in Neutral or Park
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2087
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the Park Brake is not set.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2090
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the vehicle speed is over the value set in
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_ Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2099
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be engaged if
the vehicle master switch is not ON
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2097
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
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If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 162
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
primary air pressure is below the value set in
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages
1800 RPM
0
5000
1
2112
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
engine speed is over the value set in TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2109
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
vehicle speed is over the value set in TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
external input designated for this purpose is active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be disengaged if the
2118
vehicle master switch is not ON
2117
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
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If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
Table 163
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
disengagement due to low vehicle air pressure when
2124
the primary air pressure is over TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
2122 disengagement due to the engine stopping when the
engine is restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
disengagement due to engine overspeed when the
2120
engine speed is below TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_
Limit.
2069
2148
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2121
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2123
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be allowed to
reengage when the key state is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral
when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
disengagement due to park brake released when the
park brake is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
disengagement due to vehicle overspeed when the
vehicle speed is below TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_
Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
a disengage due to the designated external input when
the external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be reengaged after
a disengage due to the master switch being turned off
when the master switch is turned on again
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
ALARMS
These parameters utilize the gauge cluster to sound an alarm to the driver when certain programmable
parameters are violated.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the engine is turned off.
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If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the park brake is released
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
Table 164
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_Alarms
TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
TEMP_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
ID
Description
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the primary
2138
air pressure is below TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit.
2139
2137
2135
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the engine is turned off.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the engine speed is over
TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
2136
2132
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2134
See TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and transmission is taken out of neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the park brake is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound if the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is over
TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
0 psi
0
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
WIRING INFORMATION
Customer must supply and route air plumbing from the Navistar-provided air solenoid (Located inside the
driver’s side frame rail, adjacent to the Transmission) to the PTO.
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TESTING
1. Depress the In-cab PTO switch to the ON position.
2. Verify that all enabled interlock conditions are met.
3. Verify that the Navistar-provided air solenoid is supplying air pressure at the solenoid output.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595ADD must be added to the truck using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for
post 2007 clusters and pre 2010 clusters. For 2010 clusters add code 595BKJ.
• Software feature codes 595AEB must NOT be enabled on the truck for post 2007 clusters and pre 2010
clusters. For 2010 clusters remove code 595BKK, 595BNN.
• Set desired “Engagement”, “Disengagement”, and “Re-engagement” programmable parameters.
• Add a latched switch (P/N 3578910C1) in the in-cab switch pack in the position specified by the Diamond
Logic ® Builder software.
• If the truck does not already have a 4-pack solenoid base, the customer should order a 4-pack base (part
number 2505594C1) and an air solenoid (part number 2506711C91).
• Add wiring as per the Electrical Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air
Solenoid.
13WDN - PTO CONTROL Only for Line Haul and ProStar models, DASH MOUNTED For Customer Provided
PTO; Includes Switch, Electric/Air Solenoid, Piping and Wiring.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595AEB for post 2007 and pre 2010 clusters - 595BKK or 595BNN is required to be added for 2010 clusters.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595ADD for post 2007 and pre 2010 clusters – 595BKJ or 595BNP is required to be removed for 2010 clusters
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES 595AEB OR 595BKK - PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
* These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be engaged and disengaged.
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PTOb_Clutch_Pedal – Set to 0 to ignore the clutch pedal or if the vehicle does not have a clutch pedal. Set to 1
to ensure that the clutch pedal is depressed for engagement.
PTOb _Engine_Running – Set to 0 to ignore the engine. Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is running to
engage and disengage if the engine stops running.
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Range – Set to a speed that the engine has to be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the engine speed becomes greater than the set value. If engine speed is required for
PTO operation, please use PTOb_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable this interlock.
PTOb_Transmission_Neutral – NOTE: this parameter will only work for vehicles with automated manual
transmissions. Set to 0 to ignore the transmission state. Set to 1 to ensure that the transmission is in neutral for
engagement.
PTOb_Park_Brake – Set to 0 to ignore the park brake. Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is set for engage
and disengage if the park brake is released.
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Range – Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If vehicle speed is required for
PTO operation, please use PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to enable this interlock.
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the engine speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified engine speed for the PTO to be engaged. Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate engine speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable – Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on engine speed. Set to 1 to have
a speed that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the engine speed is greater than the set value.
Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate engine speed if this parameter is
set to 1.
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the vehicle speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified vehicle speed for the PTO to engage. Please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate vehicle speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable _– Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on vehicle speed. Set to 1 to
have a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is greater than the
set value. Please use PTOb _Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate vehicle speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range – Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for the PTO to
engage. The PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If vehicle speed is
required for PTO operation, please use PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to enable this interlock.
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range - Set to a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged
and the vehicle speed is greater than the set value. If the vehicle alarm is required for PTO operation, please
use PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable to enable this alarm.
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the vehicle speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified vehicle speed for the PTO to engage. Please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate vehicle speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable – Set to 0 to ignore the engine speed. Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified engine speed for the PTO to be engaged. Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range to specify the
appropriate engine speed if this parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable – Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on engine speed. Set to 1 to have
a speed that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the engine speed is greater than the set value.
Please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate engine speed if this parameter is
set to 1.
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PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable _– Set to 0 to not have an alarm based on vehicle speed. Set to 1 to
have a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged and the vehicle speed is greater than the
set value. Please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to specify the appropriate vehicle speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
PTOa_Clutch_Pedal – Set to 0 to ignore the clutch pedal or if the vehicle does not have a clutch pedal. Set to 1
to ensure that the clutch pedal is depressed for engagement.
PTOa_Engine_Running – Set to 0 to ignore the engine. Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is running to engage
and disengage if the engine stops running.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range – Set to a speed that the engine has to be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the engine speed becomes greater than the set value. If engine speed is required for
PTO operation, please use PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable this interlock.
PTOa_Park_Brake – Set to 0 to ignore the park brake. Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is set for engage
and disengage if the park brake is released.
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range - Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If vehicle speed is required for
PTO operation, please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to enable this interlock.
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range – Set to the speed that the vehicle has to be below for the PTO to
engage. The PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed becomes greater than the set value. If vehicle speed is
required for PTO operation, please use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter to enable this interlock.
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range - Set to a speed limit that an alarm will sound when the PTO is engaged
and the vehicle speed is greater than the set value. If the vehicle alarm is required for PTO operation, please
use PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable to enable this alarm.
PTOa_Transmission_Neutral – NOTE: this parameter will only work for vehicles with automated manual
transmissions. Set to 0 to ignore the transmission state. Set to 1 to ensure that the transmission is in neutral for
engagement.
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Table 165
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
PTOb_Clutch_Pedal
2017
PTOb_Engine_
Running
2018
PTOb_Engine_
Speed_Range
2019
PTOb_Transmission
_Neutral
2020
PTOb_Park_Brake
2021
PTOb_Vehicle_
Speed_Range
2031
PTOb_Engine_
Speed_Enable
2050
PTOb_Engine_
Speed_Alarm
2051
PTOb_Vehicle_
Speed_Enable
2052
PTOb_Vehicle_
Speed_Alarm_
Enable
2053
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Description
Set to 1 to ensure that the clutch pedal is
depressed for engagement.
Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is
running to engage and disengage if the
engine stops running.
Set to a speed that the engine has to be
below for the PTO to engage. The PTO
will disengage if the engine speed
becomes greater than the set value. If
engine speed is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable
this interlock.
NOTE, this parameter will only work for
vehicles with automated manual
transmissions. Set to 1 to ensure that the
transmission is in neutral for
engagement.
Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is
set for engage and disengage if the park
brake is released.
Set to the speed that the vehicle has to
be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed
becomes greater than the set value. If
vehicle speed is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter
to enable this interlock.
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified engine speed for the PTO to
be engaged. Please use
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Range to specify
the appropriate engine speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed that an alarm
will sound when the PTO is engaged and
the engine speed is greater than the set
value. Please use
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to
specify the appropriate engine speed if
this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified vehicle speed for the PTO to
engage. Please use
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify
the appropriate vehicle speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed limit that an
alarm will sound when the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is greater
than the set value. Please use
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to
specify the appropriate vehicle speed if
this parameter is set to 1.
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Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
300
300
3000
10
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
100
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
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On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
PTOb_Engine_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2140
PTOb_Vehicle_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2141
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Enable
2242
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Enable
2243
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Alarm_
Enable
2244
Vehicle_Speed_
Alarm_Enable PTOa
2267
PTOa_Clutch_
Pedal
2333
PTOa_Engine_
Running
2334
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Range
2336
PTOa_Park_Brake
2338
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Description
Set to a speed that an alarm will sound
when the PTO is engaged and the engine
speed is greater than the set value. If an
engine speed alarm is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOb_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable
parameter to enable this alarm.
Set to a speed limit that an alarm will
sound when the PTO is engaged and the
vehicle speed is greater than the set
value. If the vehicle alarm is required for
PTO operation, please use
PTOb_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable to
enable this alarm.
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified vehicle speed for the PTO to
engage. Please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Range to specify
the appropriate vehicle speed if this
parameter is set to 1..
Set to 1 to require the vehicle to be below
a specified engine speed for the PTO to
be engaged. Please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Range to specify
the appropriate engine speed if this
parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed that an alarm
will sound when the PTO is engaged and
the engine speed is greater than the set
value. Please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Range to
specify the appropriate engine speed if
this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to have a speed limit that an
alarm will sound when the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is greater
than the set value. Please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Range to
specify the appropriate vehicle speed if
this parameter is set to 1.
Set to 1 to ensure that the clutch pedal is
depressed for engagement.
Set to 1 to ensure that the engine is
running to engage and disengage if the
engine stops running.
Set to a speed that the engine has to be
below for the PTO to engage. The PTO
will disengage if the engine speed
becomes greater than the set value. If
engine speed is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Enable to enable
this interlock.
Set to 1 to ensure that the park brake is
set for engage and disengage if the park
brake is released.
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Default
Min
Max
Step
300
300
3000
10
3
3
100
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
300
300
3000
10
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Range
2339
PTOa_Engine_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2340
PTOa_Vehicle_
Speed_Alarm_
Range
2342
PTOa_
Transmission_
Neutral
2355
Description
Set to the speed that the vehicle has to
be below for the PTO to engage. The
PTO will disengage if the vehicle speed
becomes greater than the set value. If
vehicle speed is required for PTO
operation, please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Enable parameter
to enable this interlock.
If an engine speed alarm is required for
PTO operation, please use
PTOa_Engine_Speed_Alarm_Enable
parameter to enable this alarm.
Set to a speed limit that an alarm will
sound when the PTO is engaged and the
vehicle speed is greater than the set
value. If the vehicle alarm is required for
PTO operation, please use
PTOa_Vehicle_Speed_Alarm_Enable to
enable this alarm.
NOTE, this parameter will only work for
vehicles with automated manual
transmissions. Set to 1 to ensure that
the transmission is in neutral for
engagement.
Default
Min
Max
Step
3
3
100
1
300
300
3000
10
3
3
100
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
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PARAMETERS
ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set rules that must be met in order for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTO_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the park brake must be set in order for the
PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the vehicle
speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
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If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
If TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, the PTO cannot be engaged if the primary
vehicle air pressure is below the programmable parameter set by TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the brake pedal must be depressed in order
for the PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTOb_Cltch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the clutch pedal must be depressed for the
PTO to engage.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Run_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the engine has to be running in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the engine
speed is over a certain threshold, which is defined as a programmable parameter in
TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit
If TEM_PTOb_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO can only be engaged if the
transmission is NOT in Neutral or Park.
If TEM_PTOb_Non_Neut_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the transmission must be in Neutral or
Park for the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTOb_Pk_Brake_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the park brake must be set in order for
the PTO to be engaged.
If TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO cannot be engaged if the vehicle
speed is over the value prescribed by TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Mast_Switch_Engmnt_Inhib parameter is turned on, then the PTO will not be engaged if the
vehicle master switch is not ON.
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Table 166
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
2097
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
2098
2095
2094
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air
pressure is below TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_
Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not
depressed
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not
depressed
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
90 psi
1
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2096
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
2092
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine speed is over the
value set in TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
2093
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_
Inhib
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
TEM_PTO_
Neut_Engmnt_ Inhib
2089
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Cltch_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Run_
Engmnt_Inhib
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2088
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only
be engaged if the Transmission is not in
Neutral or Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in
Neutral or Park
2087
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2090
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle speed is over the
value set in TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2091
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_
Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
90 psi
1
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2099
2711
2712
2676
2677
2678
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is
not ON
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the primary vehicle air
pressure is below TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Engmnt_ Limit
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Engmnt_
Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the brake pedal is not
depressed
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged when the clutch pedal is not
depressed
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine is not running
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Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
2679
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTOb_
Neut_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Non_Neut_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTOb_Pk_
Brake_Engmnt_
Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Inhib
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_
Engmnt_Limit
TEM_PTOb_Mast_
Switch_Engmnt_
Inhib
2680
2681
2682
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the engine speed is over the
value set in TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
See TEM_PTO_Eng_ Spd_Engmnt_
Inhib
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will only
be engaged if the Transmission is not in
Neutral or Park
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Transmission is not in
Neutral or Park
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000 RPM
100
5000
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2683
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the Park Brake is not set.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2684
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle speed is over the
value set in TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2685
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Engmnt_
Inhib
3 MPH
1
100
1
2714
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will not be
engaged if the vehicle master switch is
not ON
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
DISENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO will be disengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park Brake
is released.
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
If TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the primary air
pressure is below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Run_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine is
turned off.
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If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the engine
speed rises above the value set by TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_ Non_Neut _Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the
transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTOb_Pk_Brake_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the Park
Brake is released.
If TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Disengages parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle
speed is over the valued specified by TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_DisEng_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Ext_Input_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active.
If TEM_PTOb_Mast_Switch_Disengages is turned on, then the PTO will be disengaged if the vehicle master
switch is not ON.
Table 167
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
ID
Description
Default
Min
Max
Step
2116
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
80 psi
0
500
1
2115
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the primary air pressure is
below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
2114
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the engine is turned off.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
5000
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
2113
2112
2109
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages 1800 RPM
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the engine speed is over
the value set in TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the transmission is taken
out of neutral.
2108
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
2110
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the vehicle speed is over
the value set in TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
2111
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Disengages
2117
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
2118
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_
DisEng_Limit
2719
80 psi
0
500
1
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If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the vehicle master switch is
not ON
See TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Disengages
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On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_
Disengages
2716
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Run_
Disengages
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_
Disengages
TEM_PTOb_
Non_Neut_
Disengages
TEM_PTOb_
Pk_Brake_
Disengages
2686
2687
2688
2689
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the primary air pressure is
below the value set in TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_DisEng_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the engine is turned off.
Default
Min
Max
Step
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
5000
1
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
See TEM_PTO_ Eng_Spd_ Disengages 1800 RPM
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the engine speed is over
the value set in TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the transmission is taken
out of neutral.
2690
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the Park Brake is released.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_
Disengages
2691
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the vehicle speed is over
the value set in TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_DisEng_ Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_
DisEng_Limit
2692
See TEM_PTO_Veh_ Spd_Disengages
0 MPH
3
100
1
TEM_PTOb_Ext_
Input_Disengages
2772
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_Mast_
Switch_Disengages
2718
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the external input
designated for this purpose is active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
disengaged if the vehicle master switch is
not ON
RE-ENGAGEMENT
These parameters set the conditions under which the PTO can be reengaged.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage when
the key state is returned to run.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
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If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
If TEM_PTO_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
If TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to low air pressure) when the primary air pressure rises about the value specified by
TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Run_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine stopping) when the engine is restarted.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to engine overspeed) when the engine speed falls below
TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Key_State_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be allowed to reengage
when the key state is returned to run.
If TEM_PTOb_Non_Neut_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to transmission out of neutral) when the transmission is placed back into neutral.
If TEM_PTOb_Pk_Brake_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to park brake released) when the park brake is reapplied.
If TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after
disengagement due to the vehicle being over the vehicle speed value) when the vehicle speed falls below
TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Engmnt_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Ext_Input_Allow_ReEng parameter is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged (after a
disengage due to the designated external input being in active state) when the external input is no longer in
active state.
If TEM_PTOb_Mast_Switch_Allow_ReEng is turned on, then the PTO will be reengaged after a disengage due
to the master switch being turned off when the master switch is turned on again.
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Table 168
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2124
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2122
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2120
TEM_PTO_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2069
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2148
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2149
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2119
TEM_PTO_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2121
TEM_PTO_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2123
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_
Allow_ReEng
2713
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Run_
Allow_ReEng
2693
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2694
TEM_PTOb_
Key_State_
Allow_ReEng
2696
TEM_PTOb_
Non_Neut_
Allow_ReEng
2697
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Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
low vehicle air pressure when the primary
air pressure is over TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
the engine stopping when the engine is
restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
engine overspeed when the engine
speed is below TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be
allowed to reengage when the key state
is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
transmission out of neutral when the
transmission is placed back into neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
park brake released when the park brake
is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
vehicle overspeed when the vehicle
speed is below TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after a disengage due to the
designated external input when the
external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after a disengage due to the
master switch being turned off when the
master switch is turned on again
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
low vehicle air pressure when the primary
air pressure is over TEM_PTO_Air_
Pres_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
the engine stopping when the engine is
restarted.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
engine overspeed when the engine
speed is below TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this parameter is set, the PTO will be
allowed to reengage when the key state
is returned to run.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
transmission out of neutral when the
transmission is placed back into neutral.
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Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
On
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTOb_
Pk_Brake_
Allow_ReEng
2698
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_
Allow_ReEng
2699
TEM_PTOb_Ext_
Input_Allow_ReEng
2771
TEM_PTOb_Mast_
Switch_Allow_
ReEng
2715
Description
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
park brake released when the park brake
is reapplied.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after disengagement due to
vehicle overspeed when the vehicle
speed is below TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Engmnt_ Limit.
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after a disengage due to the
designated external input when the
external input is no longer active
If this Parameter is 1, the PTO will be
reengaged after a disengage due to the
master switch being turned off when the
master switch is turned on again
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
ALARMS
These parameters utilize the gauge cluster to sound an alarm to the driver when certain programmable
parameters are violated.
If TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the engine is turned off.
If TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTO_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTO_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the park brake is released
If TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
primary air pressure drops below the value specified by TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Run_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the engine is turned off.
If TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO is
engaged and the engine speed is over the value set by TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
If TEM_PTOb_Non_Neut_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the
PTO is engaged and the transmission is taken out of neutral.
If TEM_PTOb_Pk_Brake_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the park brake is released
If TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Alarms parameter is turned on, then an audible alarm will sound in the cab if the PTO
is engaged and the vehicle speed is about the value set by TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarm_Limit.
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Table 169
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
ID
TEM_PTO_
Air_Pres_ Alarms
2138
TEM_PTO_Air_Pres
_Alarm_Limit
2139
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
2137
TEM_PTO_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2135
TEMP_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2136
Description
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the primary air pressure is below
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Alarm_Limit.
Default
Min
Max
Step
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
See TEM_PTO_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the engine is
turned off.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the engine
speed is over TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTO_Eng_Spd_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and transmission
is taken out of neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the park brake
is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the vehicle
speed is over TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit.
TEM_PTO_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2132
TEM_PTO_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2131
TEM_PTO_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2133
TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2134
See TEM_PTO_Veh_Spd_Alarms
5 mph
3
100
1
TEM_PTOb_
Air_Pres_ Alarms
2700
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the primary air pressure is below
TEM_PTO_Air_ Pres_Alarm_Limit.
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_Air_
Pres_Alarm_Limit
2701
See TEM_PTOb_Air_Pres_Alarms
0 psi
0
500
1
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Run_ Alarms
2702
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_PTOb_
Eng_Spd_ Alarms
2704
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEMP_PTOb_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2703
1400 RPM
0
5000
0.1
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 mph
3
100
1
TEM_PTOb_
Non_Neut_ Alarms
2705
TEM_PTOb_
Pk_Brake_ Alarms
2706
TEM_PTOb_
Veh_Spd_ Alarms
2708
TEM_PTOb_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit
2709
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the engine is
turned off.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the engine
speed is over TEM_PTO_Eng_
Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTOb_Eng_Spd_Alarms
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and transmission
is taken out of neutral.
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the park brake
is released
If this Parameter is 1, an alarm will sound
if the PTO is engaged and the vehicle
speed is over TEM_PTO_Veh_
Spd_Alarm_Limit.
See TEM_PTOb_Veh_Spd_Alarms
WIRING INFORMATION
Customer must supply and route air plumbing from the Navistar-provided air solenoid (Located inside the
driver’s side frame rail, adjacent to the Transmission) to the PTO.
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TESTING
1. Depress the In-cab PTO 1 or PTO 2 switch to the ON position.
2. Verify that all enabled interlock conditions are met.
3. Verify that the Navistar-provided air solenoid is supplying air pressure at the solenoid output.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• Software feature codes 595AEB must be added to the truck using the Diamond Logic ® Builder software for
post 2007 and pre 2010 clusters – Code 595BKK or 595BNN must be added for 2010 clusters.
• Software feature codes 595ADD must NOT be enabled on the truck for post 2007 and pre 2010 clusters –
Code 595BJKKJ, BNP must be removed for 2010 clusters.
• Set desired “Engagement”, “Disengagement”, and “Re-engagement” programmable parameters.
• Add two latched switches (P/N 3578910C1) in the in-cab switch pack in the position specified by the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software.
• If the truck does not already have a 4-pack solenoid base, the customer should order a 4-pack base (part
number 2505594C1) and two air solenoids (part number 2506711C91).
• Add wiring as per the Electrical Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air
Solenoid.
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PTO HOURMETER
16WLM
HOURMETER, PTO for Customer Provided PTO; Indicator Light and Hourmeter in Gauge Cluster Includes
Return Wire for PTO Feedback Switch
This feature provides the customer with a wire (Circuit K88B 14 gauge, light green – cut blunt – located in the
transmission harness) to be wired into a PTO body builder-installed feedback switch. Also included in this
feature is a PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster and a PTO hourmeter, which allows the operator to
measure stationary PTO hours for maintenance records and fuel tax purposes. To view the hourmeter, press
the gauge cluster selection button momentarily until the text portion of the display indicates “PTO Hour”.
This feature cannot be used if 16HGJ (Optional Transmission Oil Temperature Gauge for a MANUAL
Transmission) is utilized.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
595AJU and (595AYN, for pre-2010 OR 595BJT for post-2010)
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST NOT BE ENABLED
595AEW
The BC_PTO_Engaged_Param parameter defines the voltage that will be read as the active state for the PTO
engagement feedback switch.
0 = Input active when open circuit
1 = Input active when grounded
3 = Input active when at 12V
Table 170
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Parameter
BC_PTO_
Engaged_ Param
ID
Description
Default
2199 Active State for the PTO engagement feedback switch. No_Units
Min
Max
Step
N/A
NA
NA
WIRING INFORMATION
The customer must wire the Navistar-provided PTO engagement feedback return wire (14 gauge, Light Green)
into the PTO feedback switch which should be a GND active switch.
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TESTING
1. Customer should apply the correct active state voltage (as programmed in the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software) to the Navistar-provided PTO engagement feedback wire.
2. Verify that the PTO indicator light in the gauge cluster comes on and stays on as long as the active state
voltage is applied.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• The customer must enable software feature code 595AJU and 595AYN using the Diamond Logic ® Builder
software.
• The customer must make sure that software feature code 595AEW is NOT enabled using the Diamond
Logic ® Builder software.
• The customer must set BC_PTO_Engaged_Param to desired active state for the PTO feedback switch.
• When adding this feature to a vehicle, alternate wiring methods must be performed. It is not possible to add
a wire to connector 1702 pin 13 as described by the electrical circuit diagram manual. The dash panel
grommet is sealed, and additional wires may not be added.
• In order to add this feature, connect an 18 gauge wire to the PTO feedback switch, and terminate it in an
open wire terminal cavity in connector 1700 or 1701.
• Add another 18 gauge wire in the corresponding cavity on the cab harness connector, and terminate it in the
BC Connector 1600 terminal pin B7.
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REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
FEATURES
REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL FEATURES
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REMOTE MOUNTED ENGINE CONTROL
12VXY
ENGINE CONTROL, REMOTE MOUNTED Provisions for: Includes module and connector for Body Builder
installation of remote engine speed control with SAE J1939 communication with MaxxForce electronic engines.
12VZA
ENGINE CONTROL, REMOTE MOUNTED Provision for, Includes Wiring for Body Builder Installation of PTO
Controls, With Ignition Switch Control for International® post 2007 Emissions Electronic Engines
12VZB
ENGINE CONTROL, REMOTE MOUNTED for PTO with MaxxForce 11 & 13 Engines
Feature codes 12VZA, 12VZB and 12VXY are available to control engine speed from outside the cab. 12VZA
and 12VZB are hardwired remote engine speed control solutions and Remote Engine Speed Control Module
(RESCM) feature code 12VXY utilizes the Diamond Logic ® Electrical System to control engine speed. The
operation of the engine control features behaves exactly the same whether the body builder switches are
hardwired (12VZA) or multiplexed (12VXY).
Feature code 12VXY is an accommodation for a Remote Engine Speed Control Module (RESCM). This feature
also provides a public J1939 datalink to the Body Controller (BC) from the RESCM. The feature has associated
software (595AHA) that is programmed into the BC, which allows it to control the engine remotely through the
RESCM.
There are programmable parameters that are used by 12VXY both in the BC and the Engine Control Module
(ECM). The parameters in the BC are listed below and the parameters in the ECM allow the selection of
disabling the cab controls, engine speed presets, stationary or variable speed control, etc. The ECM
parameters are programmed with either the Master Diagnostics or ServiceMaxx software.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS (12VXY ONLY)
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595AHA
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
The Remote_Accelerator_Enable parameter is used to enable or disable the remote accelerator function within
the RESCM feature. If the parameter is set to 1, the remote accelerator function is enabled. If the parameter is
set to 0, the remote accelerator function is disabled.
The RESCM_Require_Park_Brake parameter is used to enable or disable the park brake interlock within the
RESCM feature. If the parameter is set to 1, the park brake interlock is enabled. If the parameter is set to 0, the
park brake interlock is disabled.
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FEATURES
Table 161
Parameter
Remote_
Accelerator_
Enable
RESCM_
Require_Park_
Brake
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ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1870
Enables the remote accelerator.
1
None
-
1
1
2240
Enables the park brake interlock for
RESCM.
1
None
-
1
1
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RESCM WIRING INFORMATION
Remote Engine Speed Control Module (RESCM) Overview Diagram
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REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
FEATURES
PRESET THROTTLE INFORMATION
Remote Throttle Installation with Preset Engine Control Using the Remote
Engine Speed Controller (RESCM)
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FEATURES
Split Shaft Throttle Information
Remote Throttle Installation with Split Shaft Engine Control Using the Remote
Engine Speed Controller (RESCM)
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REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
FEATURES
REMOTE THROTTLE PEDAL INFORMATION
Remote Throttle Installation with a Remote Throttle Pedal Control Using the
Remote Engine Speed Controller (RESCM)
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FEATURES
Location of Body Builder Wiring on
12VZA or 12VZB
RESCM Located on Battery Box on
DuraStar Models
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RESCM Located Under Cab on WorkStar
Models
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REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
FEATURES
The following page shows the connectors associated with the different sales feature codes for the Engine Body
Builder connectors on both the I6 and IBB Navistar products. The connectors can be located in the engine
compartment near the megafuse above the driver side wheel well.
On the IBB connectors, both the he male and female connectors and terminals are used in the same way as
the transmission Body Builder connectors.
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TESTING
12VXY is tested and programmable parameters are set with Master Diagnostics or ServiceMaxx Software
packages.
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FEATURES
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THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL, STATIONARY, VARIABLE SPEED
12VXT
THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL Engine Speed Control; Electronic, Stationary, Variable Speed; Mounted on
Steering Wheel
Stationary Variable Speed feature 12VXT allows the equipment operator to feather engine speed up or down to
make fine adjustments to engine speed to achieve the desired functionality. The vehicle must be in a stationary
position. Application examples are Fire (to throttle up to get a certain water flow), Utility Bucket, Crane, and
Digger Derrick.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
No software in the Body Controller (BC) is required.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is associated with this feature.
TESTING
This feature is added by programming the Engine Control Module (ECM) for stationary, variable speed control.
Refer to the Body Builder Book CT-471 (PBB-71000A) for engine ECM programming functionality.
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THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL, STATIONARY PRE-SET
12VXU
THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL Engine Speed Control for PTO; Electronic, Stationary Pre-Set, Two Speed
Settings; Mounted on Steering Wheel
Stationary Preset Speed feature 12VXU allows the user to operate auxiliary equipment at two pre-determined
engine speed settings while in a stationary position. Application examples are Garbage Packer, Recovery,
Sewer Suckers, and other applications that are meant to run at a set speed.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
No software in the BC is required.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is associated with this feature.
TESTING
This feature is added by programming the Engine Control Module (ECM) for stationary, pre-set speed control.
Refer to the Body Builder Book CT-471 (PBB-71000A) for engine ECM programming functionality.
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FEATURES
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THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL, MOBILE, VARIABLE SPEED
12VXV
THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL Engine Speed Control for PTO; Electronic, Mobile (Range 2 to 20 MPH),
Variable Speed; Mounted on Steering Wheel
Mobile Variable Speed feature 12VXV allows the equipment operator to feather engine speed up or down to
make fine adjustments to engine speed to achieve the desired functionality. The vehicle is moving; however,
the accelerator and brake pedals are inoperative. Speed is controlled through the steering wheel controls.
Application examples are Concrete Mixer, Asphalt Spreader, Dump (dumping gravel, etc.), and other
applications that require fine control of engine speed while the vehicle is moving.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
No software in the BC is required.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
WIRING INFORMATION
No additional wiring is associated with this feature.
TESTING
This feature is added by programming the Engine Control Module (ECM) for mobile, variable speed control.
Refer to the Body Builder Book CT-471 (PBB-71000A) for engine ECM programming functionality.
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REMOTE MOUNTED ENGINE CONTROL
FEATURE CODE DESCRIPTION:
12VZA & 12VZB
ENGINE CONTROL, REMOTE MOUNTED Provision for; Includes Wiring for Body Builder Installation of PTO
Controls; With Ignition (IGN) Switch Control for International® post 2007 Emissions Electronic Engines
This feature is an accommodation for remote engine speed control using hard wires directly into the ECM for
International® post 2007 emission electronic engines. This feature provides 13 blunt-cut wires on the V8 and 2
connectors on the I6 in the engine compartment above the steering shaft. These wires can be spliced to Body
Builder-supplied switches and throttle control devices to control the engine speed.
There are no programmable Body Controller (BC) parameters that are used by this function. The
programmable parameters are located in the ECM of the engine.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
No BC features
For proper ECM parameter programming, see the Body Builder book CT-471 PBB-71000.
WIRING INFORMATION
The new connector associated with sales feature code 12VZA is illustrated below. The connector can be
located in the engine compartment near the megafuse above the driver side wheel well.
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FEATURES
TESTING
12VZA & 12VZB is tested and programmable parameters are set via the Master Diagnostics or ServiceMaxx
Software package.
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ECM Engine Harness
If the Engine Harness is not provided, the following diagrams show how to hard-wire this feature.
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FEATURES
12VZA & 12VZB WIRING INFORMATION
12VZA & 12VZB Hard Wire ECM Engine Control Overview
Diagram
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12VZA AND 12VZB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND PIN LOCATIONS
12VZA and 12VZB Circuit Diagram and Pin Locations
(Reference Table for Preset Throttle, Variable Throttle,
Split Shft Operations, and Remote Throttle)
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FEATURES
PRESET THROTTLE INFORMATION
Remote Installation for Preset Engine Control Using the Hard Wired ECM
Inputs
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FEATURES
VARIABLE THROTTLE INFORMATION
Remote Installation for Engine Control Using the Hard Wired ECM
Inputs
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FEATURES
SPLIT SHAFT OPERATION WITH VARIABLE THROTTLE
Remote Throttle Installation for Split Shaft Control Using the
Hard Wire ECM Inputs
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FEATURES
REMOTE THROTTLE PEDAL
Remote Throttle Installation with a Remote Throttle Pedal
Cotnrol Using the Hard Wire ECM Inputs
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FEATURES
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REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL INTERLOCKED TO PARK BRAKE APPLIED —
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION: RECOVERY
60AJA
BDY INTG, THROTTLE CONTROL Accommodation for Single Customer-Mounted External Engine Speed
Control Switch, Programmable Mode for Various Switch Actions and Engine Speed Control Option; Useable
Only While Vehicle is Stopped and the Park Brake is Applied (requires one Remote Power Module (RPM)
input)
Truck Equipment Manufacturer (TEM) or customer-mounted single remote center stable, momentary switch;
when the operator moves the switch to the up position, the switch supplies 12 volts to the RPM input to activate
Remote engine speed control preset-1; when the operator returns the switch to the center position or stable
position, the engine will remain at preset-1 until the operator moves the switch to the down position; in the down
position, the switch then supplies a Ground (GND) to the RPM input to deactivate Remote engine speed control
preset-1; when the operator returns the switch to the center position or stable position, the engine will remain at
idle.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKJ
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AKK, 595AKL, 595AKM, 595AKN
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. Momentary 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH
5. Engine running and at idle
6. Optional PTO feedback is true.
DEACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. Momentary GND input to RPM
2. Park brake not applied
3. Transmission not in neutral or park or clutch pedal depressed
4. Vehicle speed is greater than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Service brake depressed
7. Optional PTO feedback not true
FEATURE ORDERING NOTES
1. This feature requires one RPM input.
2. If 60AJA is ordered, 12VXU must also be ordered which requires entering TEM or customer-requested
Remote engine speed control preset-1 RPMs.
3. TEM or customer must supply single pull, double throw, center stable, momentary switch and all associated
wiring from switch to RPM.
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4. The optional PTO interlock is defaulted off; this interlock only works with International® pre-engineered
PTO features. If the TEM or customer has one of the International® pre-engineered PTO features and
needs to have this interlock turned on, this will require an additional parameter change by someone who is
at least Diamond Logic ® Builder Level 2 or 3 certified.
HOW TO INSTALL THIS FEATURE
Software Installation:
1. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to install Body Controller (BC) software feature code 595AKJ, and set the
feature code parameters to the following settings:
a. 595AKJ – Set parameter 2035 to 1. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
b. 595AKJ – Set parameter 2158 to 3. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
c. 595AKJ – Set parameter 2036 to on for optional PTO interlock. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
2. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to remove BC software feature codes 595AKK, 595AKL, 595AKM, and
595AKN.
3. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab control: on
4. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab mode: stationary pre-set
5. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Power Take Off mode: remote and in-cab
operation
6. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Preset-1 RPM set (700.00 to 2800.00)
(Note: this is the RPM the customer or TEM has requested)
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
1. 2036 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Ctrl_PTO_Ilock; This parameter sets the optional PTO interlock mode on or off.
If set on, the Remote engine speed control preset-1 will be interlocked to all International® pre-engineered
PTO features that use a center panel switch. This means that the remote engine speed control will only be
allowed to operate if the PTO is being requested to engage. If this parameter is not set, the engine speed
control will operate regardless of the PTO request.
a. On
b. Off
2. 2035 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Control_Mode; This parameter sets the mode of operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature and should be set to 1.
a. 1, 12 volts on the engine speed control input causes engine to ramp to preset-1. GND on the same input
causes the engine to return to idle.
3. 2158 TEM_Ext_ Eng_Spd_ Ctrl_Active_State; This is the active state for the external engine speed control
switch input to the RPM and should be set to 3.
a. 3, 12 volts – The input is connected to 12 volts through a switch.
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Table 162
Parameter
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_PTO_ Ilock
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Speed_
Control_ Mode
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_Active_
State
ID
2036
2035
2158
Description
If this parameter is a one, external
engine speed controls will be
interlocked to PTO request.
This parameter sets the mode of
operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature.
This is the active state for the
external engine speed control switch.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
On/Off
0
1
1
1
List
0
3
1
3
List
0
1
3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
1. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® Builder to verify the correct RPM input pin on the
black 23-pin connector. The pin is named Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input.
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire to input pin, and run this wire to the center pole on the switch.
3. Connect one of the remaining switch poles to a 12 volt power source.
4. Connect the only remaining switch pole to a chassis GND source.
5. Mount switch.
Input connector part number – 2005482C1
Input terminal part number – 1698937C1
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Feature Testing
1. Stationary Remote engine speed control preset-1 Activation; Start engine, set park brake, transmission in
neutral or park, vehicle speed is less than one MPH, and take the switch to the up position, or supply 12
volts on the input pin labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input, or use Diamond Logic ® Builder to force
the RPM input pin to the 12 volt state.
2. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is receiving GND as long as the switch is closed.
3. Verify that the engine ramps to the first preset speed.
4. If engine does not ramp to the first preset speed, check engine programming to verify that the correct
engine speed control parameters are set.
5. Deactivate the remote engine speed control switch (release GND).
6. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is an open circuit when switch is in the center stable position.
7. Verify that the engine returns to idle.
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REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL INTERLOCKED TO PARK BRAKE APPLIED —
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION: VARIOUS
60AJE
BDY INTG, THROTTLE CONTROL Accommodation for On Demand Engine Speed for Single
Customer-Mounted Pressure Switch, Programmable Mode for Various Switch Actions, Useable Only While
Vehicle is Stopped and the Park Brake is Applied (requires one RPM input)
TEM or customer-mounted single remote momentary, latched switch or normally open pressure switch; when
the operator moves the switch to the up position or the switch closes, the switch supplies GND or 12 volts to the
RPM input which starts ramping the engine to Engine Speed Preset-1, the engine will continue to ramp to the
Engine Speed Preset-1 as long as the switch continues to supply either GND or 12 volts to the RPM input;
when the operator moves the switch to the down position or the switch opens, the switch removes the GND or
12 volt RPM input to deactivate Remote engine speed control preset-1 returning the engine to idle.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKK
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AKJ, 595AKL, 595AKM, 595AKN
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. Momentary or latched GND or 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH
5. Engine running and at idle
6. Optional PTO feedback is true.
DEACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. No GND or 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake not applied
3. Transmission not in neutral or park or clutch pedal depressed
4. Vehicle speed is greater than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Service brake depressed
7. Optional PTO feedback not true
FEATURE ORDERING NOTES
1. This feature requires one RPM input.
2. If 60AJE is ordered, 12VXU must also be ordered which requires entering TEM or customer-requested
Remote engine speed control preset-1 RPMs.
3. TEM or customer must supply single momentary, latched or normally open pressure switch and all
associated wiring from switch to RPM.
4. The optional PTO interlock is defaulted off; this interlock only works with International® pre-engineered
PTO features. If the TEM or customer has one of the International® pre-engineered PTO features and
needs to have this interlock turned on, this will require an additional parameter change by someone who is
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FEATURES
at least Diamond Logic ® Builder Level 2 or 3 certified.
HOW TO INSTALL THIS FEATURE
Software Installation
1. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to install Body Controller (BC) software feature code 595AKK, and set the
feature code parameters to the following settings:
a. 595AKK – Set parameter 2035 to 3. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
b. 595AKK – Set parameter 2158 to 3 for 12 volt input or 1 for GND input. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
c. 595AKK – Set parameter 2036 to on for optional PTO interlock. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
2. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to remove BC software feature codes 595AKJ, 595AKL, 595AKM, and
595AN.
3. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab control: on
4. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab mode: stationary pre-set
5. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Power Take Off mode: remote and in-cab
operation
6. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Preset-1 RPM set (700.00 to 2800.00)
(Note: this is the RPM the customer or TEM has requested).
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
1. 2036 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Ctrl_PTO_Ilock; This parameter sets the optional PTO interlock mode on or off.
If set on, the Remote engine speed control preset-1 will be interlocked to all International® pre-engineered
PTO features that use a center panel switch. This means that the remote engine speed control will only be
allowed to operate if the PTO is being requested to engage. If this parameter is not set, the engine speed
control will operate regardless of the PTO request.
a. On
b. Off
2. 2035 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Control_Mode; This parameter sets the mode of operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature and should be set to 3.
a. 3, Engine will ramp for only as long as the engine speed control input is held in its active state.
3. 2158 TEM_Ext_ Eng_Spd_ Ctrl_Active_State; This is the active state for the external engine speed control
switch input to the RPM and should be set to 3 or 1.
a. 3, 12 volts – The input is connected to 12 volts through a switch.
b. 1, GND – The input is connected to GND through a switch.
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Table 163
Parameter
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_PTO_ Ilock
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Speed_
Control_ Mode
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_Active_
State
ID
2036
2035
2158
Description
If this parameter is a one, external
engine speed controls will be
interlocked to PTO request.
This parameter sets the mode of
operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature.
This is the active state for the
external engine speed control switch.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
On/Off
0
1
1
3
List
0
3
1
1
List
0
1
3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
1. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® Builder to verify the correct RPM input pin on the
black 23-pin connector. The pin is named Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input.
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire to input pin, and run this wire to one pole on the switch.
3. Connect the remaining switch pole to a 12 volt or GND power source.
4. Mount switch.
Input connector part number – 2005482C1
Input terminal part number – 1698937C1
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FEATURE TESTING
1. Stationary Remote engine speed control preset-1 Activation; Start engine, set park brake, transmission in
neutral or park, vehicle speed is less than one MPH, and take the switch to the closed position, or supply
12 volts or GND on the input pin labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input, or use Diamond Logic ®
Builder to force the RPM input pin to the 12 volt or GND state.
2. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
software) is receiving GND or 12 volts as long as the switch is closed.
3. Verify that the engine ramps to the first preset speed.
4. If engine does not ramp to the first preset speed, check engine programming to verify that the correct
engine speed control parameters are set.
5. Deactivate the remote engine speed control switch (release GND).
6. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is an open circuit when switch is in the down or open position.
7. Verify that the engine returns to idle.
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■
REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL INTERLOCKED TO PARK BRAKE APPLIED —
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION: UTILITY
60AJG
BDY INTG, THROTTLE CONTROL Accommodation for Single Customer-Mounted External Engine Speed
Control Switch, for Utility Applications, Programmable Mode for Various Switch Actions and Engine Speed
Control Option, Only with Vehicle Stopped and Park Brake is Applied (requires one RPM input)
TEM or customer-mounted single remote, momentary switch; when the operator moves the switch to the up
position or the switch closes for the first time, the switch supplies the GND or 12 volts to the RPM input which
activates Engine Speed Preset-1; when the operator moves the switch to the down position or the switch
opens, the engine will remain at Engine Speed Preset-1; when the operator moves the switch to the up position
or the switch closes for the second time, Remote engine speed control preset-1 is deactivated returning the
engine to idle.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKL
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AKJ, 595AKK, 595AKM, 595AKN
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS
1. First momentary GND or 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH
5. Engine running and at idle
6. Optional PTO feedback is true.
DEACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. Second momentary GND or 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake not applied
3. Transmission not in neutral or park or clutch pedal depressed
4. Vehicle speed is greater than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Service brake depressed
7. Optional PTO feedback not true
FEATURE ORDERING NOTES
1. This feature requires one RPM input.
2. If 60AJG is ordered, 12VXU must also be ordered which requires entering TEM or customer-requested
Remote engine speed control preset-1 RPMs.
3. TEM or customer must supply single momentary switch and all associated wiring from switch to RPM.
4. The optional PTO interlock is defaulted off; this interlock only works with International® pre-engineered
PTO features. If the TEM or customer has one of the International® pre-engineered PTO features and
needs to have this interlock turned on, this will require an additional parameter change by someone who is
at least Diamond Logic ® Builder Level 2 or 3 certified.
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HOW TO INSTALL THIS FEATURE
Software Installation
1. Use Diamond Logic ® to install Body Controller (BC) software feature code 595AKL, and set the feature
code parameters to the following settings:
a. 595AKL – Set parameter 2035 to 2. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
b. 595AKL – Set parameter 2158 to 3 for 12 volt input or 1 for GND input. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
c. 595AKL – Set parameter 2036 to on for optional PTO interlock. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
2. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to remove BC software feature codes 595AKK, 595AKJ, 595AKM, and
595AKN.
3. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab control: on
4. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab mode: stationary pre-set
5. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Power Take Off mode: remote and in-cab
operation
6. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Preset-1 RPM set (700.00 to 2800.00)
(Note: this is the RPM the customer or TEM has requested)
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
1. 2036 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Ctrl_PTO_Ilock; This parameter sets the optional PTO interlock mode on or off.
If set on, the Remote engine speed control preset-1 will be interlocked to all International® pre-engineered
PTO features that use a center panel switch. This means that the remote engine speed control will only be
allowed to operate if the PTO is being requested to engage. If this parameter is not set, the engine speed
control will operate regardless of the PTO request.
a. On
b. Off
2. 2035 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Control_Mode; This parameter sets the mode of operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature and should be set to 3.
a. 3, Pulling the engine speed control input momentarily to its active state causes the engine to ramp to
preset-1; another momentary active state causes the engine to return to idle.
3. 2158 TEM_Ext_ Eng_Spd_ Ctrl_Active_State; This is the active state for the external engine speed control
switch input to the RPM and should be set to 3 or 1.
a. 3, 12 volts – The input is connected to 12 volts through a switch.
b. 1, GND – The input is connected to GND through a switch.
Table 164
Parameter
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_PTO_ Ilock
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Speed_
Control_ Mode
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_Active_
State
ID
2036
2035
2158
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Description
If this parameter is a one, external
engine speed controls will be
interlocked to PTO request.
This parameter sets the mode of
operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature.
This is the active state for the
external engine speed control switch.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
On/Off
0
1
1
2
List
0
3
1
1
List
0
1
3
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HARDWARE INSTALLATION
1. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® to verify the correct RPM input pin on the black
23-pin connector. The pin is named Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input.
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire to input pin, and run this wire to one pole on the switch.
3. Connect the remaining switch pole to a 12 volt or GND power source.
4. Mount switch.
Input connector part number – 2005482C1
Input terminal part number – 1698937C1
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FEATURE TESTING
1. Stationary Remote engine speed control preset-1 Activation; Start engine, set park brake, transmission in
neutral or park, vehicle speed is less than one MPH, and take the switch to the closed position, or supply
12 volts or GND on the input pin labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input, or use Diamond Logic ®
Builder to force the RPM input pin to the 12 volt or GND state.
2. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is receiving GND or 12 volts as long as the switch is closed.
3. Verify that the engine ramps to the first preset speed.
4.
If engine does not ramp to the first preset speed, check engine programming to verify that the correct
engine speed control parameters are set.
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5. Deactivate the remote engine speed control switch (release GND).
6. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
software) is an open circuit when switch is in the down or open position.
7. Verify that the engine returns to idle.
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REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL INTERLOCKED TO PARK BRAKE APPLIED —
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION: UTILITY
60AJH
BDY INTG, THROTTLE CONTROL for Dual Function Input, for Utility Applications, Remote Throttle Control
When Engine is Running, and Activating Output for Emergency Power When the Engine is Not Engaged;
Useable Only When Vehicle is Stopped and Park Brake is Applied (requires one RPM input and output)
Stationary Remote engine speed control preset-1 interlocked to park brake and transmission in neutral or park
and vehicle speed and engine running or optional PTO interlock; when engine is not running, the GND input will
turn on a 12 volt, 20 Ampere (AMP) RPM out used to control emergency pump.
TEM or customer-mounted single remote, momentary or normally open pressure switch; when the operator
moves the switch to the up position or the switch closes for the first time, the switch supplies a GND to the RPM
input which activates Engine Speed Preset-1; when the operator moves the switch to the down position or the
switch opens, the engine will remain at Engine Speed Preset-1; when the operator moves the switch to the up
position or the switch closes for the second time, the switch supplies a GND to the RPM input which
deactivates Remote engine speed control preset-1 returning the engine to idle; when the engine is not running
and the operator moves the switch to the up position and holds or the switch closes and holds, the switch will
supply a GND signal to the RPM input which then turns on a 12 volt, 20 AMP RPM output used for emergency
pump control.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKM
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AKJ, 595AKK, 595AKL, 595AKN
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS, PRESET-1
1. First momentary GND input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH
5. Engine running and at idle
6. Optional PTO feedback is true.
DEACTIVATION PARAMETERS, PRESET-1:
1. Second momentary GND input to RPM
2. Park brake not applied
3. Transmission not in neutral or park or clutch pedal depressed
4. Vehicle speed is greater than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Service brake depressed
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7. Optional PTO feedback not true
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS, EMERGENCY PUMP:
1. Hold GND input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Optional PTO feedback is true
FEATURE ORDERING NOTES
1. This feature requires one RPM input, one 12 volt, 20 AMP RPM output.
2. If 60AJH is ordered, 12VXU must also be ordered which requires entering TEM or customer-requested
Remote engine speed control preset-1 RPMs.
3. TEM or customer must supply single momentary or normally open pressure switch and all associated
wiring from switch to RPM.
HOW TO INSTALL THIS FEATURE
Software Installation
1. Use Diamond Logic ® to install Body Controller (BC) software feature code 595AKM, and set the feature
code parameters to the following settings:
a. 595AKM – Set Parameter 2060, fusing value for the output driving the emergency pump in the
combination remote engine speed control emergency pump feature.
b. 595AKM – Set parameter 2035 to 2. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
c. 595AKM – Set parameter 2158 to 1 for GND input. Reference feature configuration programmable
parameters.
d. 595AKM – Set parameter 2036 to on for optional PTO interlock. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
2. Use Diamond Logic ® to remove BC software feature codes 595AKK, 595AKJ, 595AKL, and 595AKN.
3. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab control: on
4. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab mode: stationary pre-set
5. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Power Take Off mode: remote and in-cab
operation
6. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Preset-1 RPM set (700.00 to 2800.00)
(Note: this is the RPM the customer or TEM has requested)
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
1. 2060 TEM_Emergency_Pump_Fuse; fusing value for the output driving the emergency pump in the
combination remote engine speed control emergency pump feature
2. 2036 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Ctrl_PTO_Ilock; This parameter sets the optional PTO interlock mode on or off.
If set on, the Remote engine speed control preset-1 will be interlocked to all International® pre-engineered
PTO features that use a center panel switch. This means that the remote engine speed control will only be
allowed to operate if the PTO is being requested to engage. If this parameter is not set, the engine speed
control will operate regardless of the PTO request.
a. On
b. Off
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3. 2035 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Control_Mode; This parameter sets the mode of operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature and should be set to 1.
a. 2, Pulling the engine speed control momentarily to its active state causes engine to ramp to preset-1;
another momentary active state causes the engine to return to idle.
4. 2158 TEM_Ext_ Eng_Spd_ Ctrl_Active_State; This is the active state for the external engine speed control
switch input to the RPM and should be set to 1.
a. 1, GND – The input is connected to GND through a switch.
Table 165
Parameter
TEM_
Emergency_
pump_Fuse
TEM_Ext_Eng_
Spd_Ctrl_PTO_
Ilock
TEM_Ext_Eng_
Spd_Control_M
ode
TEM_Ext_Eng_
Spd_Ctrl_Active
_State
ID
2060
2036
2035
2158
Description
Fusing value for the output driving
the emergency pump in the
combination remote engine speed
control emergency pump feature
If this parameter is a one, external
engine speed controls will be
interlocked to PTO request.
This parameter sets the mode of
operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature.
This is the active state for the
external engine speed control switch.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
A
0
20
0.1
0
On/Off
0
1
1
2
List
0
3
1
1
List
0
3
1
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
1. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® to verify the correct RPM input pin on the black
23-pin connector. The pin is named Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input.
2. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® to verify the correct RPM output pin on the brown
connector. The pin is named Utility_Emergency_Pump_Output.
3. Connect an 18 gauge wire to input pin, and run this wire to one pole on the switch.
4. Connect the remaining switch pole to a GND power source.
5. Connect emergency pump relay to RPM output connector using 12 gauge wire.
6. Mount switch.
Input connector part number – 2005482C1
Input terminal part number – 1698937C1
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FEATURES
60AJH WIRING INFORMATION
Figure 140
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FEATURE TESTING
1. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
software) is receiving GND as long as the switch is closed.
2. Verify that the engine ramps to the first preset speed.
3. If engine does not ramp to the first preset speed, check engine programming to verify that the correct
engine speed control parameters are set.
4. Deactivate the remote engine speed control switch (release GND).
5. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
Builder software) is an open circuit when switch is in the down or open position.
6. Verify that the engine returns to idle.
7. Verify 12 volts 20 AMPS on RPM output connector labeled Utility_Emergency_Pump_Output.
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FEATURES
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REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL INTERLOCKED TO PARK BRAKE APPLIED —
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION: REFUSE
60AJJ
BDY INTG, THROTTLE CONTROL Accommodation for Single Customer-Mounted Momentary Switch, for
Refuse Applications, Programmable Mode Various Switch Actions, Useable Only While Vehicle is Stopped and
the Park Brake is Applied (requires one RPM input)
TEM or customer-mounted single remote, latched switch; when the operator moves the switch to the up
position or the switch closes, the switch supplies 12 volts to the RPM input which activates Engine Speed
Preset-1, the engine will stay at Engine Speed Preset-1 as long as the switch continues to supply 12 volts to the
RPM input; when the operator moves the switch to the down position or the switch opens, the switch removes
the 12 volt RPM input to deactivate Remote engine speed control preset-1 returning the engine to idle.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKN
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
595AKJ, 595AKK, 595AKL, 595AKM
ACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. Latched switch that supplies 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake applied
3. Transmission in neutral or park or clutch pedal not depressed
4. Vehicle speed is less than one MPH
5. Engine running and at idle
6. Optional PTO feedback is true.
DEACTIVATION PARAMETERS:
1. No 12 volt input to RPM
2. Park brake not applied
3. Transmission not in neutral or park or clutch pedal depressed
4. Vehicle speed is greater than one MPH.
5. Engine not running
6. Service brake depressed
7. Optional PTO feedback not true
FEATURE ORDERING NOTES
1. This feature requires one RPM input.
2. If 60AJJ is ordered, 12VXU must also be ordered which requires entering TEM or customer-requested
Remote engine speed control preset-1 RPMs.
3. TEM or customer must supply single latched switch and all associated wiring from switch to RPM.
4. The optional PTO interlock is defaulted off; this interlock only works with International® pre-engineered
PTO features. If the TEM or customer has one of the International® pre-engineered PTO features and
needs to have this interlock turned on, this will require an additional parameter change by someone who is
at least Diamond Logic ® Level 2 or 3 certified.
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FEATURES
HOW TO INSTALL FEATURE
Software Installation
1. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder to install Body Controller (BC) software feature code 595AKN, and set the
feature code parameters to the following settings:
a. 595AKN – Set parameter 2035 to 3. Reference feature configuration programmable parameters.
b. 595AKN – Set parameter 2158 to 3 for 12 volt input. Reference feature configuration programmable
parameters.
c. 595AKN – Set parameter 2036 to on for optional PTO interlock. Reference feature configuration
programmable parameters.
2. Use Diamond Logic ® to remove BC software feature codes 595AKJ, 595AKK, 595AKL, and 595AKM.
3. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab control: on
4. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO in-cab mode: stationary pre-set
5. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Power Take Off mode: remote and in-cab
operation
6. Use Master Diagnostics to program Engine control module: PTO Preset-1 RPM set (700.00 to 2800.00)
(Note: this is the RPM the customer or TEM has requested)
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
1. 2036 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Ctrl_PTO_Ilock; This parameter sets the optional PTO interlock mode on or off.
If set on, the Remote engine speed control preset-1 will be interlocked to all International® pre-engineered
PTO features that use a center panel switch. This means that the remote engine speed control will only be
allowed to operate if the PTO is being requested to engage. If this parameter is not set, the engine speed
control will operate regardless of the PTO request.
a. On
b. Off
2. 2035 TEM_Ext_Eng_Spd_Control_Mode; This parameter sets the mode of operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature and should be set to 3.
a. 3, Engine will ramp for only as long as the engine speed control input is held in its active state.
3. 2158 TEM_Ext_ Eng_Spd_ Ctrl_Active_State; This is the active state for the external engine speed control
switch input to the RPM and should be set to 3.
a. 3, 12 volts – The input is connected to 12 volts through a switch.
Table 166
Parameter
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_PTO_ Ilock
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Speed_
Control_ Mode
TEM_Ext_
Eng_Spd_
Ctrl_Active_
State
ID
2036
2035
2158
Description
If this parameter is a one, external
engine speed controls will be
interlocked to PTO request.
This parameter sets the mode of
operation for the TEM external
engine speed control feature.
This is the active state for the
external engine speed control switch.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
0
On/Off
0
1
1
3
List
0
3
1
1
List
0
1
3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
1. Reference the connectors tab within Diamond Logic ® to verify the correct RPM input pin on the black
23-pin connector. The pin is named Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input.
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FEATURES
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire to input pin, and run this wire to one pole on the switch.
3. Connect the remaining switch pole to a 12 volt power source.
4. Mount switch.
Input connector part number – 2005482C1
Input terminal part number – 1698937C1
60AJJ WIRING INFORMATION
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FEATURE TESTING
1. Stationary Remote engine speed control preset-1 Activation; Start engine, set park brake, transmission in
neutral or park, vehicle speed is less than one MPH, and take the switch to the closed position, or supply
12 volts on the input pin labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input, or use Diamond Logic ® to force the
RPM input pin to the 12 volt.
2. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
software) is receiving 12 volts as long as the switch is closed.
3. Verify that the engine ramps to the first preset speed.
4. If engine does not ramp to the first preset speed, check engine programming to verify that the correct
engine speed control parameters are set.
5. Deactivate the remote engine speed control switch (release 12 volts).
6. Verify the RPM input labeled Remote_Engine_Speed_Sw_Input (pin position specified Diamond Logic ®
software) is an open circuit when switch is in the down or open position.
7. Verify that the engine returns to idle.
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FEATURES
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REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL – CATERPILLAR AND CUMMINS ENGINES
Caterpillar and Cummins engine controllers must be programmed using the appropriate
diagnostic/programming software for these functions to operate properly. Please see a certified Caterpillar or
Cummins dealer for proper installation and functionality of these features.
REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL FEATURES AVAILABLE WITH CATERPILLAR ENGINES
Feature codes 12VYC and 12VXY are not available on Caterpillar engines. The following features are available
to the Body Builder by directly wiring to the engine controller:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Vehicle Speed
Engine Speed
Remote PTO On/Off
Remote PTO Ramp Up/Ramp Down
Frequency Output Signals for Driving Off-board Engine Warning Lights
Remote Throttle (Pedal) Control
Remote Engine Speed Control Features Available with 2004 Cummins Engines
Vehicle speed on a Cummins engine can be accessed on a datalink or via a second vehicle speed sensor
added to the transmission.
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ACCESSORY WIRING
12VYL
ACCESSORY WIRING, SPECIAL For Road Speed Wire Coiled Under Instrument Panel for Customer Use
This feature provides a vehicle speed signal source from the engine ECM. This speedometer output is
calibrated to 30,000 pulses per mile.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® software. Programmable parameters are
also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® software.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
None
CONFLICTS WITH SOFTWARE FEATURES
None
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
WIRING INFORMATION
The Road Speed Wire is coiled under the instrument panel.
TESTING
Specific testing requirements depend upon the customer application.
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FEATURES
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REMOTE AIR SOLENOID MODULE
REMOTE AIR SOLENOID MODULE
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TEM AIR SOLENOIDS
Refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air Solenoid.
■ ■ Normally Closed
08WGA
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (1) Normally Closed Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Available Only With Key in “Ignition (IGN)” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will Exhaust with Key
in “Off” Position
08WGB
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (2) Normally Closed Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Available Only With Key in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will Exhaust with Key in “Off”
Position
08WGC
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (3) Normally Closed Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Available Only With Key in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will Exhaust with Key in “Off”
Position
08WGD
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (4) Normally Closed Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Available Only With Key in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will Exhaust with Key in “Off”
Position
08WKM
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (6) Normally Closed Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Available Only With Key in “Ignition” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will Exhaust with key in
“Off” Position
■ ■ Normally Open
08WGP
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (5) Normally Open Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Exhausted Only With Key in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will be Supplied with Key in
“Off” Position
08WGR
SOLENOID, AIR for Customer Use; Provides (6) Normally Open Pilot Air Source, Approx. 4 CFM, Includes
Switch in Cab; Air Exhausted Only With Key in “IGN” or “Accessory” Position; Air Will be Supplied with Key in
“Off” Position
These air solenoids provide Instrument Panel (IP)-mounted, rocker switches and normally closed and/or
normally open air solenoids that allow the operator to control up to four normally closed or five or six normally
open body-mounted air accessories from the cab. Note: these air solenoids are to be used as a pilot air source
and are not to be used as an air supply. All of the air solenoid feature codes include windowed latching rocker
switches and do not include any interlock features. Product graphics are included for application to each switch
window.
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The air solenoids will turn off and the air will be exhausted for normally closed solenoids, and air pressure will
be maintained with the normally open solenoids with the IGN key turned off. Take precautions to ensure that
equipment controlled by these solenoids will not cause personal injury when the IGN key is turned off.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE INSTALLED BASED ON THE FEATURE CODE BEING INSTALLED
08WGA — 595AHX; 08WGB — 595AHY; 08WGC — 595AHZ; 08WGD — 595AJA; 08WGP — 595AKZ;
08WGR — 595AJC; 08WKM --- 595BBD
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST NOT BE ENABLED
None
WIRING INFORMATION
Use the Diamond Logic® Builder software to determine switch locations of the air solenoid switches.
Customer supplies air plumbing from the air solenoids to the desired air-controlled accessory.
There are several positions where the solenoid packs may be mounted.
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(1) The first 4-pack is mounted on the inboard side of the driver’s side frame rail in front of the rear cab
crossmember.
(2) The second and third 4-packs for a 6x4 suspension are mounted on the forward rear suspension
crossmember.
(3) The second and third 4-packs for a 4x2 suspension are located on the passenger side frame rail in front of
the rear suspension crossmember.
(4) A 6x4 or SS 4x2 can have a fourth 4-pack which mounts on the passenger side frame rail in front of the
forward rear suspension crossmember.
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TESTING
Directions For 4-Pack
This procedure can be used for each auxiliary air solenoid added to the vehicle.
1. Activate the in-cab auxiliary air solenoid switch.
2. Verify that the particular air solenoid either provides air pressure for normally closed or exhausts the air for
normally open solenoids.
3. Verify that the proper pin in the air solenoid 4-pack connector has battery voltage.
4. Pin A for all air solenoids should have continuity with the negative battery stud.
HOW TO ADD THESE FEATURES
See the “How Do I – General Information” section of this electrical guide.
Feature codes 595AHX, 595AHY, 595AHZ, 595AJA, 595AKZ, or 595AJC must be added depending on the
number and type of air outputs desired.
Use the Diamond Logic® Builder software to determine correct in-cab switch location(s) for the switches
controlling the air outputs.
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Below is a listing of parts that may be required depending on how the vehicle was equipped at the factory.
Table 167
Part Number
Description
3610975C1
Support, 4-pack Solenoid (Bracket for 7700 w /Chalmers or HMX suspension)
Support, 8-pack Solenoid (Bracket holds 2 4-pack solenoids for 7700 w /Chalmers or HMX
suspension)
Support, 4-pack Solenoid (Bracket for 7700 w/ Hendrickson Air suspension w/ 3/8 frame rails)
Support, 8-pack Solenoid (Bracket holds 2 4-pack solenoids for 7700 w/ Hendrickson Air
suspension w/ 3/8 frame rails)
Support, 4-pack Solenoid (All other 6x4 vehicles)
Support, 8-pack Solenoid (Bracket holds 2 4-pack solenoids for all other 6x4 vehicles)
Kit, Air Brake Solenoid N.C. (includes labels and O-rings)
Kit, Air Brake Solenoid N.O. (includes labels and O-rings)
Kit, Air Horn Solenoid (includes labels and O-rings)
Housing, Switch 6-Pack DIN Multiplex
Housing, Switch 12-Pack DIN Multiplex
3610976C1
3610977C1
3610978C1
3610973C1
3610974C1
2506711C91
2506712C91
2506713C91
3549776C4
3549777C4
SCENARIOS FOR ADDING AIR SOLENOIDS
The vehicle has a 4-pack with unused solenoid locations.
Add the solenoid to the solenoid pack, and add the appropriate rocker to the switch pack. See the Switch Pack
section for switch information, and use the Diamond Logic ® Builder software in conjunction with Circuit
Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air Solenoid for terminal and connector
information. The BC will have to be programmed for the additional solenoid and switch. Add solenoids per the
view below.
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The vehicle does not have any solenoid switch pack.
A 4-pack and solenoid(s) will have to be added. The solenoids are controlled by the BC. There is no
multiplexing from the BC to the solenoid pack. See the Switch Pack section for switch information and use the
Diamond Logic ® Builder software in conjunction with Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis
Accessories, Air Solenoid for terminal and connector information.
The vehicle has a 4-pack, but it is full.
Use the same procedure that was used above for a vehicle that already has a solenoid pack that is completely
full. A total of two 4-packs may be added to DuraStar and 8000 series vehicles. Four total 4-packs may be
added to WorkStar series vehicles. Additional 4-packs are required to be wired per Circuit Diagram Manual
S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Air Solenoid.
The BC will have to be programmed for the additional air features to work properly.
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SWITCH, AIR HORN, PASSENGER, FIRE TRUCK
08WEE
SWITCH, AIR HORN, PASSENGER Fire Truck Application; Switch Located in Instrument Panel (IP) Close to
Passenger; Driver Also To Activate Switch at Steering Wheel
The passenger side air horn switch provides a method for an individual to activate the vehicle air horn from the
passenger seat. The feature consists of a hard wired momentary switch that is located in the lower right corner
of the central IP. This second rocker switch is used in conjunction with the air horn switch that is located in the
steering wheel.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
The air horn software feature code 595ALD must be enabled on the vehicle Body Controller (BC) using the
Diamond Logic® Builder software (see local dealer).
There are no programmable parameters associated with this feature.
WIRING INFORMATION
Both the hard wired rocker switch in the IP and the air horn switch in the steering wheel are connected to a
single input on the BC connector 1602 Pin F8. The air solenoid is driven from the BC output connector 1602 Pin
E12.
Air Horn Switch Part Number 3551415C1
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TESTING SYSTEM OPERATION
1. Turn the Ignition (IGN) key to the accessory position.
2. Momentarily depress the air horn switch in the steering wheel. Note that the air horn sounds.
3. Momentarily depress the air horn rocker switch. Note that the air horn sounds.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
1. Remove the central IP trim piece.
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Center Panels to Remove
2. Locate an open switch position in the lower right corner of the IP.
3. Use a switch hole punching tool to cut a hole in the plastic plate of the central IP plate.
4. Remove the storage box or 12-pack of switches located above plastic plate. Use a scribe or other marker
tool to outline the hard wired switch openings in the steel plate located behind the plastic switch plate.
5. Drill a pilot hole in the center of the desired switch location.
6. Use the switch punch to open the hole in the plastic plate. The recommended method to create a
rectangular switch slot is to use a Green Lee Punch (part number ZTSE4426 from SPX).
7. Insert the air horn switch in the plastic plate.
8. Wire the mating switch connector as Circuit Diagram Manual S08322, Chapter 4 Cab Accessories, Horn –
Electric.
9. Attach the switch connector to the air horn switch.
10. Reinstall the plastic switch plate and central IP trim piece.
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General Circuit Diagram for Adding the Passenger Side Air
Horn Switch
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REMOTE START/STOP
REMOTE START/STOP
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REMOTE START/STOP
Refer to the circuit diagram in S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Remote Start/Stop.
60ABC
BDY INTG, REMOTE START/STOP To Start and Stop Vehicle Engine
The Remote Start/Stop feature provides the operator with the ability to remotely start or stop the engine from a
single ground (GND) active switch closure located on the vehicle body equipment. The vehicle park brake must
be set, and the hood of the vehicle must be closed. The vehicle must also be equipped with an automatic
transmission and must be in neutral. This feature requires the customer to provide the GND active switch as
well as the wiring from that switch into the Remote Start/Stop connector located in the middle of the chassis.
The customer will also provide the terminals and seals for the International®-provided connector.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKW
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AKV
If TEM_Rem_Start_Stop_PTO_Ilock is turned on, then the operator can only use Remote Start/Stop when the
in-cab, International® PTO switch is in the ON position.
The TEM_Rem_Start_Stop_Crank_Delay_Gen2 parameter determines how long the engine will wait before
starting once the remote start/stop feature is activated.
Table 168
Parameter
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
TEM_Rem_
Start_Stop_
PTO_Ilock
2192
If this parameter is set, the remote
start/stop functionality will not
function unless the PTO switch is in
the on position.
Off
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
TEM_Rem_
Start_Stop_
Crank_Delay_
Gen2
2438
This is the time that the remote
start/stop feature delays before
starting to crank the engine.
0.5
S
0.1
1
0.01
WIRING INFORMATION
• When 60ABC is ordered on a truck, a connector (# 9778) is provided for the TEM to wire into for Remote
Start/Stop. This connector is located in the mid-chassis harness. The mid-chassis harness is located
approximately halfway between the rear axle (or forward-rear axle for trucks with tandem rear axles) and the
back of the cab on the driver’s side frame rail. The customer should wire into the circuit with the Dark Blue
wire (# N104CA).
• The customer must provide a GND active momentary switch that is wired into the mid-chassis Remote
Start/Stop connector.
• The customer must also order the terminals and seals (based on their wire gauge) for the
International®-provided connector so that the customer can wire the switch into the connector.
Table 169
Customer Wire Gauge
Terminal Part Numbers
Seal Part Numbers
12AWG
14AWG
16AWG
1673748C1
0587577C1
0587577C1
0589390C1
0589391C1
1652325C1
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Remote Start Stop Connector in Mid-Chassis Harness
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TESTING
1. When starting and stopping the engine, make sure that the Body Builder switch is providing a GND signal
to the mid-chassis wire. The vehicle ignition (IGN) key must be in the ON position and the hood must be
closed.
2. If the engine is running, a momentary switch closure of the body builder-supplied switch will stop the
engine.
3. If the engine is stopped, push and hold the body builder-supplied switch until the vehicle starts.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Refer to the circuit diagram in S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Remote Start/Stop for proper circuit
and connector/pin information.
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REMOTE START/STOP
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REMOTE START/STOP WITH EMERGENCY PUMP
Refer to the circuit diagram in S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Remote Start/Stop.
60ABD
BDY INTG, REMOTE START/STOP To Start and Stop Vehicle Engine, Will Start Emergency Pump Motor,
Programmable Time Intervals
The Remote Start/Stop feature provides the ability to remotely start or stop the engine from a single GND active
switch closure located on the vehicle body equipment. This feature operates in two modes, namely the remote
start/stop mode and the emergency pump mode. The vehicle park brake must be set and the hood of the
vehicle must be closed. The vehicle must also be equipped with an automatic transmission and must be in
neutral. The user may engage the same switch to control an emergency pump solenoid/motor combination, if
the vehicle engine cannot be restarted.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AKV
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AKW
If TEM_Rem_Start_Stop_PTO_Ilock is turned on, then the operator can only use Remote Start/Stop when the
in-cab, International® PTO switch is in the ON position.
If the engine shuts off unexpectedly or will not start, 60ABD provides the operator with the ability to use an
emergency pump solenoid/motor. The TEM_Remote_Engine_Stop_Time parameter sets the time to hold the
switch down, after the engine has unexpectedly shut off, before the emergency pump activates. Also, if the
truck is stopped remotely and the remote switch is held in the active position, the emergency pump will start by
holding the switch for the time set by the TEM_Remote_Engine_Stop_Time parameter.
The TEM_Rem_Start_Stop_Crank_Delay_Gen2 parameter determines how long the engine will wait before
starting once the remote start/stop feature is activated
Table 170
Parameter
TEM_Rem_
Start_Stop_
PTO_Ilock
TEM_ Remote_
Engine_Stop_
Time
TEM_Rem_
Start_Stop_
Crank_Delay_
Gen2
ID
2192
2072
2438
Description
If this parameter is set, the remote
start/stop functionality will not
function unless the PTO switch is in
the on position.
Time allotted to stop the engine for
the remote engine start stop with
emergency pump feature.
This is the time that the remote
start/stop feature delays before
starting to crank the engine.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
Off
On/Off
N/A
N/A
N/A
5
S
-
6-
0.01
0.5
S
0.1
1
0.01
WIRING INFORMATION
• When 60ABD is ordered on a truck, two mid-chassis wires with a connector (# 9778) are provided for the
TEM to wire into for Remote Start/Stop with emergency pump. This connector is located in the mid-chassis
harness. The mid chassis harness is located approximately halfway between the rear axle (or forward-rear
axle for trucks with tandem rear axles) and the back of the cab on the driver’s side frame rail.
• The first wire is the wire used to stop and start the engine (# N104CA). It is a dark blue wire.
• The second wire is used to control an emergency pump (#N59CA). It is a grey wire.
• The customer must also order the terminals and seals (based on their wire gauge) for the
International®-provided connector so that the customer can wire the switch into the connector.
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Table 171
Customer Wire Gauge
Terminal Part Numbers
Seal Part Numbers
12AWG
14AWG
16AWG
1673748C1
0587577C1
0587577C1
0589390C1
0589391C1
1652325C1
• The customer must provide a GND active momentary switch that is wired into the mid-chassis connector.
• If the customer orders 60ABD but decides not to use an emergency pump, the customer should simply use
the Diamond Logic ® Builder software to enable software feature code 595AKW, and remove software
feature code 595AKV.
Navistar does not suggest adding a remote start on vehicles
with manual transmissions.
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TESTING
1. When starting and stopping the engine, make sure that the Body Builder switch is providing a GND signal
to the mid-chassis wire. The vehicle IGN key must be in the ON position and the hood must be closed.
2. If the engine is running, a momentary switch closure of the body builder-supplied switch will stop the
engine.
3. If the engine is stopped, push and hold the body builder-supplied switch until the vehicle starts.
4. If the engine will not start, release the start/stop switch momentarily, activate the switch again, and hold it
until the emergency pump control wire supplies GND to the emergency pump relay. The emergency pump
will remain ON as long as the switch is active.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Refer to the circuit diagram in S08322, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Remote Start/Stop for proper circuit
and connector/pin information.
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LIFT GATE ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE
LIFT GATE ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE
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POWER SOURCE FOR LIFT GATE
08WJA
POWER SOURCE, SPECIAL for Customer-Installed Lift Gate; 200 AMP max, includes 2 gauge power cable to
end-of-frame, switch on Instrument Panel (IP), with a time out feature, battery discharge protection, controlling
a mag switch which provides power
08WJB
POWER SOURCE, for Customer-Installed Lift Gate; heavy duty, includes 0 gauge power cable to
end-of-frame, switch on IP, with a time out feature, battery discharge protection, controlling a mag switch which
provides power
08WJH
POWER SOURCE, SPECIAL Special Socket; Dual Pole Terminal, for Power Lift Gate Feed, Battery Feed Thru
150 Amp Circuit Breaker To Operate Lift Gate On Trailer
08WCM
POWER SOURCE, SPECIAL Special Socket; Single Terminal, for Power Lift Gate Feed, Battery Feed Thru
150 Amp Circuit Breaker, To Operate Lift Gate On Trailer, Includes a 15’ Power Cable Coiled in Cab
Feature code 08WJA or 08WJB provides a factory-installed, dedicated power source for lift gate operation. This
feature includes an IP-mounted master switch, which illuminates when the system is turned on, and an optional
“AUX” button on the key fob to enable or disable the lift gate. The purpose of the in-cab master switch and the
“AUX” button on the key fob is to help prevent unauthorized use of the lift gate. These switches also activate a
60 minute timer in the BC that will disable the lift gate after 60 minutes. For continued use of the lift gate, the
master switch or the aux button on the key fob must be used to activate the system for an additional ten
minutes. A Battery Protection Module, activated by the BC 60 minute timer, and a 200 AMP mag switch,
mounted in or at the battery box, enables power to the lift gate motor. A circuit protected cable from the battery
to the mag switch and a heavy gauge wire routed from the mag switch to the end of frame, to provide power to
the lift gate motor is also provided.
This feature will provide battery discharge protection for users who operate the lift gate with or without the
engine running. Without the engine running, key off, the Battery Protection Module will constantly monitor
battery voltage and shut down the lift gate operation before battery voltage reaches a state of charge that will
not allow the vehicle to restart. With the key switch in any position except start or off, an audible alarm will also
sound in the cab during certain low voltage conditions. In addition to battery voltage monitoring, this feature has
time out functionality from the BC to automatically disable the lift gate after a selected time. The default time out
is 60 minutes. A road speed interlock from the BC is provided that activates above approximately 2 MPH. If
activated, the indicator light in the switch flashes and the lift gate is disabled by the BC which prevents the lift
gate from being operated while the vehicle is in motion. The lift gate master switch, or the aux button on the key
fob, must be activated again to continue use of the lift gate after vehicle has stopped.
The lift gate shall be activated for 60 minutes when the key switch is in any position and the lift gate switch is
pressed to the momentary on position (up position), or key fob aux button is pressed, and the vehicle speed is
lower than 2 MPH and voltage conditions are met.
The lift gate shall be deactivated when any of the following conditions are met:
1. The lift gate switch is pressed to the momentary off position (down position), or the push button is cycled
depending on the programmable feature on the vehicle.
2. The aux button on the key fob is pressed.
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3. The voltage is lower than the safe voltage value, and the shutdown override time expires or the vehicle
speed is greater than 2 MPH.
4. The programmable time limit, set at 60 minutes, has been reached.
A cable accommodation is required to fit body van length of 14-26 feet. An additional 40 inch cable length is
provided for ease of installation.
Design accommodation for a lift gate with maximum current draw of up to 200 AMPS for code 08WJA and 200+
AMPS for code 08WJB is available.
This feature can work with the work light feature but cannot work with the work light Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) key fob feature.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Programmable
parameters are also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® software.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AYM for lift gate with rocker switch or 595AGN for lift gate with push button switch in the left side cluster
switch B location. Be careful: 595AGN “LIFT GATE WIRING PAK Push Button B” may conflict with other “B”
located switch features like Lamp Check (595AZY).
SOFTWARE FEATURES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595ABT
The Lift_Gate_Alarm_Time parameter is programmed to allow the operation of the lift gate for a period of 60
seconds. At the end of 60 seconds, the master switch or the aux button on the key fob must be used to
reactivate the system.
The Lift_Gate_Enable_Timeout parameter is programmed to allow continual operation of the lift gate, in 10
minute increments, with the master switch or aux button on the key fob after the time out period of 60 minutes.
The Lift_Gate_Enable_Hi_Current parameter will set an alarm if amperage load goes above the programmed
value.
The Lift_Gate_Enable_Lo_Current parameter will set an alarm if amperage load goes below the programmed
value.
The Lift_Gate_Enable_OC_Current parameter will set an alarm if amperage load goes below the programmed
value.
The Lift_Gate_Enable_Timeout parameter can be adjusted to vary the amount of time, in ten minute
increments, that the lift gate will remain enabled. If this value is set to 6, the lift gate will remain enabled for 60
minutes from the time that it is enabled.
The Lift_Gate_Disable_Threshold parameter will disable the lift gate feature if the voltage falls below this
threshold voltage.
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Table 172
Parameter
ift_Gate_
Alarm_Time
Lift_Gate_
Enable_Hi_
Current
Lift_Gate_
Enable_Lo_
Current
Lift_Gate_
Enable_OC_
Current
Lift_Gate_
Enable_Timeou
t
Lift_Gate_Disab
le_Threshold
ID
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
2249
Lift Gate Alarm Time Value
60
s
1
120
1
2234
Lift Gate Enable High Current
Detection Level (AMPS)
10
A
0
10
0.1
2233
Work Light Low Current Detection
Level (AMPS)
0.3
A
0
10
0.1
2232
Lift Gate Enable Open Circuit
Detection Level (AMPS)
0.3
A
0
10
0.1
60
Min
10
240
10
11.5
V
11.5
13.8
0.1
2235
2239
Amount of time, in 10 minute
increments, that the lift gate will
remain enabled.
Voltage threshold below which the lift
gate is disabled
WIRING INFORMATION
For 08WJA and 08WJB
Please refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08337, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Power Source, Customer
Installed Lift Gate.
For 08WJA
The Body Builder will be required to cut the 2 straplocks securing the power cable and route and clip the power
cable to the lift gate motor. Then trim the power cable to length and add a lug terminal for securing cable to the
lift gate motor. Two product graphics, from the plastic bag for Body Builders, need to be installed on the van
body in the approximate locations shown.
For 08WJB
The Body Builder will be required to route a 0 gauge cable from the mag switch, back along the frame to the lift
gate motor.
Code 08WJB is identical to code 08WJA with the following exceptions:
Added – 3598246C91 Cable Assy, Lift Gate Feed with “0” gauge cable and 3-10 Awg fusible links.
Removed – 3592398C91 Cable Assy, Lift Gate Feed with “2” gauge cable and 2-10 Awg fusible links.
Also the 3592400C93-REF “2” gauge Cable Assy, Lift Gate – 33.5 feet Ref – Cut to length is changed to “0”
gauge cable. The Body Builder will be required to remove the “2” gauge cable from the mag switch, back along
the frame to the lift gate motor and replace it with the “0” gauge cable.
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Harness Routing Diagram
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Warning Label Locations Diagram
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TESTING
1. The body builder or lift gate installer must bring the batteries up to a full charge before trying to test the
system for functionality.
2. With the batteries at a full charge, voltage in the 12.6 to 12.9 range and the lift gate power controlled by the
Battery Protection System, the system will operate as described in the above section.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Use the Diamond Logic ® software to add the following software feature:
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595AYM for lift gate with rocker switch or 595AGN for lift gate with push button switch
SOFTWARE FEATURES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595ABT
HARDWARE
Please refer to Circuit Diagram Manual S08337, Chapter 10, Chassis Accessories, Customer Installed Lift Gate
for circuit locations and routing and an International® dealer for parts information.
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POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY
MOUNT FEATURES
POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY MOUNT FEATURES
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POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY MOUNT FEATURES
60AAC
BDY INTG, POWER INVERTER 3000 Watt Dynamic (With Engine Running); On/Off Switch in Instrument Panel
(IP); Includes 120 volt AC Wiring; Connection for Customer-Mounted Power Outlet
60AAE
BDY INTG, POWER INVERTER Temporary Mount on Frame Rail for Customer Installation; 3000 Watt
Dynamic (With Engine Running); On/Off Switch in IP; Includes 120 volt AC Wiring Connection for
Customer-Mounted Power Outlet
WARNING: Shock hazard. Only trained technicians should service high voltage components. High voltage
circuits and components contain voltage levels that may cause equipment damage, electric shock, and/or
deadly electrocution if handled incorrectly.
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN the PowerPack 3. Hazardous voltages exist internally even after the PowerPack 3
is removed from the vehicle. Only a Qualified Technician may perform service inside the PowerPack 3. Failure
to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
WARNING: The alternator may generate high voltage, particularly at high rpm, which can be harmful. Do not
touch the 3–phase output terminals. Failure to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal
injury or death.
WARNING: The alternator output is a hazardous 3–phase AC voltage — Do not cut the cable or touch the
terminals. Failure to follow this warning could result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
The PowerPack 3 Inverter system is an advanced Power Generation and Power Management system to
provide both DC power and an on-board 120 volt AC power source. The PowerPack 3 system is integrated with
the Diamond Logic ® Electrical system. The DC portion of the system provides 14 volts DC at a maximum of
100 Amperes (AMPS) to charge the vehicle batteries. The AC portion of the system provides a 120 Volts AC
single, phase 60 Hertz output at a maximum of 25 AMPS. The system may be ordered from International®,
factory-installed either mounted in the battery box or as a temporary mounted inverter module behind the cab.
The body upfitter is tasked with mounting the inverter in a body compartment with the temporary mount.
The PowerPack system consists of an inverter module, a special 3-phase 42 volt AC alternator, a multiplexed
switch in the cab, and associated wiring harness. The engine must be running in order for the PowerPack
system to generate AC or DC voltages. The 120 volt AC output is only functional when the vehicle is stationary
with the park brake set. The 120 volt AC output contains a Ground (GND) fault interrupter device and a weather
sealed power plug.
CAUTION: If 120 volts AC Shore power is integrated into the body wiring, the shore power connection must
never be directly connected to the PowerPack 3 AC output.
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PowerPack 3 Block Diagram
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Battery Box Mounted PowerPack 3
Remote Mount PowerPack 3
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AC Derating Curve
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DC Derating Curve
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USING POWERPACK 3 WITH REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
PowerPack 3 provides full power output for the 120 volt AC section at an engine RPM of 935 or greater. The
PowerPack 3 inverter module uses special datalink commands to raise the engine RPM to 935 when the 120
volt AC rocker switch is turned on. Since the engine cannot respond to both datalink commands and direct
Engine Control Module (ECM) hard wired engine speed control commands, the body upfitter must use specific
alternative wiring methods to permit remote engine speed control from remote body locations as well as allow
PowerPack 3 to raise engine speed as required. Vehicles equipped with PowerPack 3 may not be used with the
feature 12VZA which provides remote engine speed control through hard wires connected directly to the
engine ECM. The following alternative features are compatible with PowerPack 3 and may be used to achieve
various engine speed control functions.
• Preset or variable engine speed control using the steering wheel cruise control switches
• Preset variable or remote pedal/throttle using the Remote Engine Speed Control Module (RESCM). Requires
Body Controller (BC) feature 595AHA
• Preset 1 using Remote Power Module (RPM) inputs; i.e., feature code 60AJE
• Preset or variable engine speed control using Diamond Logic ® Advanced Ladder Logic
When the PowerPack 3 AC output is turned off and no other form of remote engine speed control is requested,
the engine will be at an idle speed of approximately 700 RPM. If the PowerPack 3 AC switch is turned on, the
engine speed shall be increased to 935 RPM. If another form of remote engine speed control is activated, the
PowerPack 3 will release engine speed control to that input. When the remote engine speed request is
removed, the engine will return to 935 RPM until the PowerPack is turned off.
BODY CONTROLLER: SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Stationary Mode
Software feature code 595AZU must be enabled on the vehicle Body Controller using the Diamond Logic ®
Builder software (see local dealer).
Parameter PPE3_param_incrThrottle_rqst_enable will enable the automatic throttle request. This will
automatically ramp the engine to the value set in parameter 2344 when the PowerPack is requested on.
Parameter PPE3_param_incrThrottle_startDelay is the amount of time that the PowerPack will wait to turn on.
This is to allow the engine to ramp to the operating RPM before the PowerPack is activated.
Parameter PPE3_param_incrThrottle_targetRPMs is the target RPM for the engine to ramp to when the
PowerPack is activated.
Parameter PPE3_param_incrThrottle_timeout is the amount of time that the inverter is inhibited from coming
back on due to inadequate engine speed.
Table 173
Parameter
ID
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
rqst_enable
2357
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
startDelay
2399
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
targetRPMs
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
timeout
Description
If this is true, then the automatic
throttle increase request has been
enabled.
This parameter allows the throttle to
ramp to the target RPM prior to
enabling the PPE. The logic for this
parameter is that a maximum load on
the PPE would turn off the inverter if
the alternator RPMs are not at target.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1
On/Off
0
1
1
2
Seconds
0
5
0.1
2344
This is the target RPM rate for the
throttle increase feature.
935
RPM
900
2000
1
2345
The amount of time until the inverter
is inhibited because the engine
speed is not at an adequate level
5
Seconds
0
30
0.1
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WIRING INFORMATION
WARNING: All electrical connections to the PowerPack 3 must be made by a qualified electrician. Failure to
follow this warning could result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
A Hubbell Watertight Safety-Shroud male plug (Hubbell part number HBL2611SW) is needed to connect to the
AC output plug to mate with the PowerPack supplied Hubbell Watertight Safety-Shroud female socket (Hubbell
part number HBL2613SW). These plugs are available at electrical and industrial supply houses.
Using this part combination will allow for a weather resistant connection to the PowerPack 3 unit. Alteration of
the AC output plug, failure to use the correct male plug, or removal of the supplied socket will not guarantee a
watertight connection.
The AC output from the PowerPack 3 is wired to a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) to ensure protection
against GND fault conditions. Be aware that standard duplex GFCI and non-GFCI receptacles need to be
protected with a circuit breaker, usually rated for 15 or 20 AMPS.
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PowerPack 3 Inverter/Regulator Component Detail
PowerPack 3 Kit, Left Side under Cab for vehicles built after March 2007.
PowerPack 3 Kit, Right Side under Cab for vehicles built after March 2007.
PowerPack 3 Kit, Remote Mount for vehicles built after March 2007.
Fuse, 58 volt, 10 amp: Alternator Field Wire fuse. Navistar Part Number: 2590768C1
TESTING SYSTEM OPERATION
•
•
•
•
•
•
Start engine; ensure that the park brake is set.
Verify that the batteries are being charged. The voltmeter should be reading greater than 13.5 volts.
Depress 120 VAC rocker switch in IP.
Verify that the engine ramps to 935 RPM.
Verify green light in rocker switch is on solid within five seconds.
Verify 120 volt AC output voltage.
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POWERPACK 3 TROUBLESHOOTING
If the PowerPack 3 output does not power up or shuts down during vehicle operation, follow these steps to
troubleshoot the system:
1. Set the 120VAC ON/OFF switch to OFF position, and ensure interlocks are satisfied, as described above,
correcting as necessary.
2. Attempt to restart the PowerPack 3 by pressing the ON switch.
3. If the unit continues to shut-down, (blinking green light in the rocker switch) disconnect any AC loads before
restarting the PowerPack 3.
4. Check for green light on GFCI. If there is a red light press the reset button on GFCI.
5. Press the 120VAC switch to OFF, check the 30-Amp circuit breaker, and reset if necessary.
6. Wait several minutes to allow the system alternator and PowerPack 3 unit to cool, and then attempt to
restart.
7. If the unit does not restart, then turn the vehicle’s ignition OFF, and then back ON again. This will restart the
PowerPack 3 output protection circuits.
8. If the above steps fail to restart the PowerPack 3 unit, then have the system serviced by a qualified
technician.
NOTE: If the unit does not restart, the problem could be caused by overheating or other circuit protection
devices. If the PowerPack 3 circuit breaker or the GFCI device is tripped, the green light in rocker switch will
continue to show an indication that AC power is ON. Be advised to check these other elements of the system if
120 volt AC power is not present as expected.
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Table 174 – Diagnostic Indications Using the In-Cab Rocker Switch or Diamond Logic ® (Pre-2007 Vehicles)
SPN
FMI
Byte 7
Byte 8
Switch Indicator
Blink Rate
168
2
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Slow
168
4
0
0
Fast
168
4
0
0
Slow
168
6
0
0
Slow
168
8
0
0
Fast
168
16
0
0
Fast
168
16
0
0
Slow
168
17
0
0
Fast
639
14
37
255
Fast
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Condition Description/Comments/Probable Cause(s)
Communication fault from ESC to the PowerPack. Check for open
circuit or short in J1939 datalink. If switch is not blinking, verify vehicle
is programmed for PowerPack feature and the switchpack is
operating correctly.
DC module over voltage on vehicle DC bus. System detected voltage
over 15 volts. Remove any external power supply/charger from
vehicle
AC module over voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. Likely an
internal failure for AC output. AC has been shut down. DC output
remains on.
DC module under voltage condition on vehicle DC bus. System
detected low DC voltage. This could be due to insufficient power from
the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to the
PowerPack.
AC module under voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. System
detected low internal voltages. This could be due to insufficient input
power from the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the
alternator to the PowerPack.
AC module has shut down due to overload condition. AC overloaded,
remove some or all of AC load.
Phase missing fault/alternator fault. One of the three 3-phase wires
has an open circuit. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to
the PowerPack.
DC module over temperature condition. PowerPack is experiencing
extremely high internal temperatures. AC and DC has been shut
down. Allow the system to cool down.
AC module over temperature condition. PowerPack has detected high
internal temperatures although less severe. AC inverter has shut
down, but DC output remains on. Shut the system down to all it to
cool down or remove some of the loads.
PowerPack Fuse Open. Check DC battery charging connections from
PowerPack. Check 150A fuse.
Communication fault between PowerPack and the ESC. Check for
open circuit or short in J1939 datalink. Also, check the ignition circuit
to the PowerPack module
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Table 175 – Diagnostic Indications Using the In-Cab Rocker Switch or Diamond Logic ® (2007 Vehicles and
post-2007)
SPN
FMI
Byte 7
Byte 8
Switch Indicator
Blink Rate
520467
9
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Fast
520664
3
0
0
Slow
168
4
0
0
Fast
520644
4
0
0
Slow
520771
6
0
0
Slow
115
2
0
0
Fast
520774
0
0
0
Fast
520773
0
0
0
Slow
520772
31
0
0
Fast
639
9
37
255
Fast
Condition Description/Comments/Probable Cause(s)
Communication fault from ESC to the PowerPack. Check for open
circuit or short in J1939 datalink. If switch is not blinking, verify vehicle
is programmed for PowerPack feature and the switchpack is
operating correctly.
DC module over voltage on vehicle DC bus. System detected voltage
over 15 volts. Remove any external power supply/charger from
vehicle
AC module over voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. Likely an
internal failure for AC output. AC has been shut down. DC output
remains on.
DC module under voltage condition on vehicle DC bus. System
detected low DC voltage. This could be due to insufficient power from
the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to the
PowerPack.
AC module under voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. System
detected low internal voltages. This could be due to insufficient input
power from the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the
alternator to the PowerPack.
AC module has shut down due to overload condition. AC overloaded,
remove some or all of AC load.
Phase missing fault/alternator fault. One of the three 3-phase wires
has an open circuit. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to
the PowerPack.
DC module over temperature condition. PowerPack is experiencing
extremely high internal temperatures. AC and DC has been shut
down. Allow the system to cool down.
AC module over temperature condition. PowerPack has detected high
internal temperatures although less severe. AC inverter has shut
down, but DC output remains on. Shut the system down to all it to
cool down or remove some of the loads.
PowerPack Fuse Open. Check DC battery charging connections from
PowerPack. Check 150A fuse.
Communication fault between PowerPack and the ESC. Check for
open circuit or short in J1939 datalink. Also, check the ignition circuit
to the PowerPack module
NOTE: A complete aftermarket parts kit is under development. The PowerPack 3 kit part number is not
available at this time.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
1. Remove power from batteries.
a. Remove the lid from the battery box.
b. Remove all battery cables from the batteries and battery box, starting with the negative terminals.
2. Replace the 3 battery box with a 4 battery box.
a. Remove cab steps from the battery box.
b. Remove the front side of the battery box.
c. Remove all batteries.
d. Remove old battery box from the frame rail.
e. Remove any options that may be on box, and transfer to new box.
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f. Attach new 4 battery box to the frame rail. Some new mounting holes may need drilled in the frame rail.
Re-use existing holes as much as possible.
g. Add cover hold downs, and add new box to frame, 777937C1 retainers, 934871R1 nuts, 30278R1
screws, 30264R1 washers.
h. Put batteries in the two forward locations of the 4 battery box.
i. Install the PowerPack 3 Inverter Module in the most rearward location of the battery box. Align the PP3
module such that the mounting stud on the rear panel of the module projects through the rear of the
battery box.
j. Ensure that the PP3 harnesses are carefully routed through the openings in the rear panel of the battery
box without kinking or pinching.
k. Attach the battery box hold down bracket to secure the batteries and the PP3 Inverter Module.
l. Attach the retainer nut to the PP3 module stud on the back side of the battery box.
m. Attach vent tubes to each battery, and route out of battery box.
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the Vehicle
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3. Add new alternator.
a. Remove air filter and cover turbo intake to prevent items from falling into intake.
b. Remove serpentine belt and old alternator.
c. Tie off old cables.
1. Seal terminal ends with heat shrink tube, fold back onto trunk of harness, and tape to trunk of
harness.
d. Attach the Leece-Neville alternator (part number 3606039C91) to the engine. Transfer belt pulley from
old alternator to the new alternator.
e. Check alternator mounting bolt torque. DO NOT OVER TORQUE.
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1. Alternator to bracket mounting bolts 30 to 35 lb ft
f. Add new alternator harness overlay.
1. Route the PP3 harness next to existing engine harness to the starter; then follow battery cables to
the battery box.
2. At base of battery box, route inverter cables to back of battery box by going under the frame rail.
g. Use tie wraps, every 12 inches, to attach the alternator harness to the battery cables.
ALTERNATOR HARNESS
The harness from the PowerPack 3 to the alternator must be properly routed and securely fastened to avoid
any hot or sharp areas and to prevent cable movement. Failure to use the proper size wire can result in
overheating conditions that could cause fire, personal injury, and void of warranty.
h. Add Ignition (IGN) lead to the in-cab fuse relay panel.
1. Connect an 18 gauge wire from the PowerPack 3 IGN feed connector to the dash pass thru
connector 1702 pin 5.
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire from the dash pass thru connector 1702 pin 5 to an IGN feed in the cab
fuse/relay panel cavity G2-H2 (see fuse box detail).
3. Add 10 AMP fuse to fuse locations G2-H2.
4. Connect to inverter overlay harness (connector 9740 at the center of valve cover). Strap lock the
connector to the main center chassis harness.
5. Remove terminating resistor from J1939 datalink back bone harness (connector 7801M located on
the top center of the engine valve cover). Connect the PP3 J1939 datalink harness (connector
7801M) to J1939 inverter (connector 7801N). Save J1939 terminator resistor assembly.
6. Strap harness to existing harnesses.
Keep clear of sharp edges or anything that can rub or damage wire insulation.
4. Connect harness wires to the alternator.
a. Attach 3-Phase AC output ring terminal wires to bolt studs on the back of alternator. 80-120 in lb
(inch-pounds, NOT foot-pounds) Three phase wire attachment order to the alternator does not matter.
b. Attach field coil wires to the top of alternator using two nuts 15-20 in lb (inch- pounds, NOT
foot-pounds).
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5. Make connections from the PowerPack 3 wire harness to the inverter module.
a. At back of the battery box:
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1. Connect 3-Phase AC alternator connectors (9741, 9742, and 9743) which are large 4 gauge, 1-pin
connectors. Ensure the connectors are fully mated with a positive click of the male connector into the
female connector.
2. Connect inverter IGN connector (7899) 1-pin connector.
3. Connect inverter J1939 connector (7801R) 3-pin connector.
4. Connect field voltage connector (9740) 2-pin connector.
b. Connect terminating resistor connector to (7801L) located on inverter harness near inverter connection
to the J1939 data bus connector.
6. Secure PowerPack 3 harness to the chassis harness.
a. Keep harness clear of sharp edges or anything that can rub or damage wire insulation. Use tie wraps
every 12 inches to attach the PP3 alternator harness to battery cables.
7. Confirm connections.
8. Remove cloth from air intake, and reinstall air filter.
WARNING: Shock Hazard. Never make electrical connections to a “live” unit. Make the connections to the
PowerPack 3 first and the batteries last. Failure to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal
injury or death.
9. Installing battery cables
Step 1: Make sure that the batteries are disconnected from the vehicle.
Step 2: Install the in-line fuse on the positive battery terminal or within 18 inches of the battery or DC wiring bus
system.
Step 3: Route, but DO NOT connect, the positive DC (red) input cable from the PowerPack 3 to the in-line fuse
on the battery or DC wiring bus system. Make sure to protect all cables from where they contact hard or sharp
edges.
Step 4: Connect the PowerPack 3 to the battery in THIS order.
A. Install washers and nuts, and torque terminal nuts. (120 inch-pounds)
B. Connect red cables to the positive battery posts.
C. Connect black cables to the negative battery posts.
Step 5: Verify that all connections are tight and the cables are secure.
GENERAL CABLE INSTALLATION TIPS:
WARNING: Fire and Explosion Hazard. Double check the polarity of the DC input connections. Reverse
polarity may severely damage the PowerPack 3. Fire and/or explosion of the batteries may also occur as a
result of reversed polarity. Failure to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal injury or
death.
DC cables should be as short as possible. The optional installation kit includes all DC cables. The PowerPack
3 is polarity sensitive, and careful attention must be paid to the polarity. The black DC cable must be connected
to the battery negative (-) and the negative (-) PowerPack 3 terminal, located under the top cover (orange).
The red DC cable must be connected to the fuse which is connected to the positive (+) battery connection and
the positive (+) PowerPack 3 terminal, located under the red cover.
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Fuse Wiring
Route the AC power wiring separately from the DC wiring and low voltage wiring such as audio and video
signal wires with as much physical separation from the AC wires as possible.
WARNING: Fire Hazard. Make sure all connections are tight and properly made. Failure to follow this warning
may result in property damage, personal injury or death.
CAUTION: An in-line 150 AMP DC fuse is REQUIRED on the positive battery cable to properly protect the
PowerPack 3 and batteries. Failure to properly fuse the input leads to the PowerPack 3 can result in damage to
the unit.
10. Add switch to switch pack.
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT OF SWITCHES AND SWITCH PACKS
To remove a switch pack from the IP, use the DIN radio removal tool part number 2504954C1.
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Insert the extraction tools (2) into the two holes on either side of a switch pack housing until the locking tabs are
fully depressed. The switch pack can then be removed from the panel and the extraction tools removed.
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To remove individual switches or blanks from a switch pack, squeeze the locking tabs on the rear of the switch
or blank (top and bottom) and push it from the housing.
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To install a switch pack in the panel, make the necessary connections, and then simply push the assembly into
place until the locking tabs are fully engaged.
NOTE: The switch pack can be inadvertently installed upside down. To avoid this when no switches are present
in the housing, make sure the white wire in the lead assemblies on the rear of the housing are towards the top.
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To install a switch in the switch pack housing, insert the switch in the proper slot, and push in until the switch
locking tabs are fully engaged (switches are keyed and cannot be installed upside down).
LED INSTALLATION
The LEDs are installed from the rear of the switch housing (snap fit rear cover must first be removed). The
amber backlight LED (part number 3533928C1) must be installed in the lower position and the green indicator
LED (part number 3578733C1) in the upper position. The LEDs can be identified by the color of the base –
black for the amber LED and white for the green LED.
To install an LED, insert it into the hole in the printed wiring board and, with a small flat blade screwdriver, turn
the LED clockwise until locked. Replace the rear cover when complete.
11. Program Vehicle.
a. Using DLB, activate feature 0595AJU “BC PROG, INVERTER ON In-Cab Multiplex Switch enables 3kw
Inverter.”
b. After 0595AJU is activated, use DLB to locate position for 120 volt on switch location. Make note of
location for switch install. Exit DLB.
c. Use Master Diagnostics to program the engine for proper operation with PowerPack 3
Open Master Diagnostics. Turn IGN key on. Open com port, go to view >session>basic plus session. Right
click add/delete parameters, delete all currently selected parameters from “Selected Parameters” window. In
the available parameters window, double click on:
PTO Power Take Off mode
PTO in-cab control
PTO remote pedal
If PTO in-cab control is on, set Power Take Off mode to remote and in-cab operation.
If in-cab control is off, then set PTO mode to remote operation only.
Set remote pedal on.
Default ramp rate 100.
Right click, enter password, right click, then program all.
Cycle IGN key from off to on.
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12. Checking system operation
a. Start engine, and ensure that the park brake is set.
b. Verify that the batteries are being charged. Voltmeter should be reading greater than 13.5 volts.
c. Depress 120 VAC rocker switch in IP.
d. Verify that the engine ramps to 935 RPM.
e. Verify green light in rocker switch is on solid within 5 seconds.
f. Check 120 volt AC output voltage.
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POWERPACK 3 FOR MOBILE OPERATION
60AKD
BDY INTG, AUX POWER GEN HYBRID (1) 5000 Watt, Eaton, On/Off (APG) Button on Shift Selector, Mounted
Inside Rail, Back of Cab, Includes (3) 120 Volt AC Power Outlets, (to be mounted by body builder)
60AKE
BDY INTG, AUX POWER GEN HYBRID (1) 5000 Watt, Eaton, On/Off (APG) Button on Shift Selector, Mounted
Left Side Outside Rail, Back of Cab, Includes (3) 120 Volt AC Power Outlets, (to be mounted by body builder)
As an added feature to the International® Hybrid offerings, International® has announced the release of the
Auxiliary Power Generator. The APG enhances the current Eaton Hybrid Power Systems capabilities by
offering our customers a convenient way to produce exportable power without the need for a separate source
of power generation. Currently, the only vocation approved for this unit is the Utility segment. The addition of
the APG enhances the Utility application’s reduction in emissions as well as the associated fuel savings.
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PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
None
LOCATION
60AKD mounted Inside Rail, Back of Cab; 60AKE mounted Left Side Outside Rail, Back of Cab
APPLICATION RECOMMENDATION
Optional Equipment – Any application that requires mobile power at a work site, such as Utility, Recovery,
Construction or Rescue applications.
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POWERPACK 3 FOR MOBILE OPERATION
60AJN
BDY INTG, POWER INVERTER 3000 Watt Dynamic (With Engine Running); On/Off Switch in Instrument Panel
(IP); Includes 120 volt AC Wiring; Connection for Customer-Mounted Power Outlet
60AJP
BDY INTG, POWER INVERTER Mobile and Stationary; Temp Mount on Frame Rail for Customer Installation;
3000 Watt, On/Off Switch in Instrument Panel, Includes 120 Volt AC Wiring Connection for Customer Mounted
Power Outlet, Body Company Must be a Certified PowerPack 3 Installer or Warranty will be VOID.
WARNING: Shock hazard. Only trained technicians should service high voltage components. High voltage
circuits and components contain voltage levels that may cause equipment damage, electric shock, and/or
deadly electrocution if handled incorrectly.
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN the PowerPack 3. Hazardous voltages exist internally even after the PowerPack 3
is removed from the vehicle. Only a Qualified Technician may perform service inside the PowerPack 3. Failure
to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
WARNING: Shock Hazard. The alternator may generate high voltage, particularly at high rpm, which can be
harmful. Do not touch the 3–phase output terminals. Failure to follow this warning may result in property
damage, personal injury or death.
WARNING: Shock Hazard. The alternator output is a hazardous 3–phase AC voltage — Do not cut the cable or
touch the terminals. Failure to follow this warning could result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
The PowerPack 3 Inverter system is an advanced Power Generation and Power Management system to
provide both DC power and an on-board 120 volt AC power source. The PowerPack 3 system is integrated with
the Diamond Logic ® Electrical system. The DC portion of the system provides 14 volts DC at a maximum of
100 Amperes (AMPS) to charge the vehicle batteries. The AC portion of the system provides a 120 VAC single
phase 60 Hertz output at a maximum of 25 AMPS. The system may be ordered from International®,
factory-installed either mounted in the battery box or as a temporary mounted inverter module behind the cab.
The body builder is tasked with mounting the inverter in a body compartment with the temporary mounted
feature.
The PowerPack system consists of an inverter module, a special 3-phase 42 volt AC alternator, a multiplexed
switch in the cab, and associated wiring harness. The engine must be running in order for the PowerPack
system to generate AC or DC voltages. The 120 volt AC output is only functional when the vehicle is stationary
with the park brake set. The 120 volt AC output contains a Ground (GND) fault interrupter device and a weather
sealed power plug.
CAUTION: If 120 volts AC Shore power is integrated into the body wiring, the shore power connection must
never be directly connected to the PowerPack 3 AC output.
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PowerPack 3 Block Diagram
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Battery Box Mounted PowerPack 3
Remote Mount PowerPack 3
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USING POWERPACK 3 WITH REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
PowerPack 3 provides full power output for the 120 volt AC section at any engine speed. Vehicles equipped
with the mobile version of PowerPack 3 may be used with any of the following engine speed control functions.
• Preset or variable engine speed control using the steering wheel cruise control switches
• Preset variable or remote pedal/throttle using the Remote Engine Speed Control Module (RESCM). Requires
Body Controller (BC) feature 595AHA
• Preset 1 using Remote Power Module (RPM) inputs; i.e., feature code 60AJE
• Preset or variable engine speed control using Diamond Logic ® Advanced Ladder Logic
• 12VZA which provides remote engine speed control through hard wires connected directly to the engine
ECM.
BODY CONTROLLER: SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Mobile Operation
Software feature code 595BAH must be enabled on the vehicle Body Controller using the Diamond Logic ®
software (see local dealer).
Parameter: PPE3_Stationary or Mobile: In Stationary mode the AC function can be used only while the trucked
is parked with the park brake set. Mobile operation enables 120 AC anytime the engine is running. These
features are defaulted to Mobile Operation.
Parameter: PPE3_Auto ON or Manual ON: Allows the AC power to turn ON automatically each time the vehicle
is started. These features are defaulted to AUTO ON.
Parameter: PPE3_Auto Restart: Allows the PowerPack to restart should there be an over current situation. The
number restart retries and duration before the restart is also programmable. These features are defaulted to
Auto Restart ON with 3 retries with 40 seconds between retries.
Parameter: PPE3_ReStart_Attempts: Number of times the PowerPack will attempt to re-start the system after
an overload. These features are defaulted to 3 retries.
Parameter: PPE3_ReStart_Delay: The amount of time between re-start attempts should there be an over
current situation. These features are defaulted to 40 seconds between retries.
Parameter: PPE3_param_incrThrottle_rqst_enable will enable the automatic throttle request. This will
automatically ramp the engine to the value set in parameter 2344 when the PowerPack is requested on. This
parameter is defaulted OFF for these features.
Parameter: PPE3_param_incrThrottle_startDelay is the amount of time that the PowerPack will wait to turn on.
This is to allow the engine to ramp to the operating RPM before the PowerPack is activated. This parameter is
defaulted to 2 seconds for these features.
Parameter: PPE3_param_incrThrottle_targetRPMs is the target RPM for the engine to ramp to when the
PowerPack is activated. This parameter is defaulted to 935 RPM for these features.
Parameter: PPE3_param_incrThrottle_timeout is the amount of time that the inverter is inhibited from coming
back on due to inadequate engine speed. This parameter is defaulted to 5 seconds for these features.
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Table 176 – Programmable Parameters used with 595BAH
Parameter
PPE3_param_
Auto_or_
Manual_ON
PPE3_param_
mobile_or_
stationary
ID
2473
2487
PPE3_param_
Auto_ReStart
2488
PPE3_param_
ReStart_
Attempts
2490
PPE3_param_
ReStart_Delay
2489
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
rqst_enable
2357
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_sta
rtDelay
2399
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
targetRPMs
PPE3_param_
incrThrottle_
timeout
Description
If this is true, then the AC Power is
automatically activated when the
engine is started.
If this is true, then the AC Power is
available any time the engine is
running
If this is true, then the PowerPack 3
system will automatically attempt a
re-start after an over load event.
This number indicates the number of
re-start attempts after an overload
event.
If this is true, then the automatic
throttle increase request has been
enabled.
If this is true, then the automatic
throttle increase request has been
enabled.
This parameter allows the throttle to
ramp to the target RPM prior to
enabling the PPE. The logic for this
parameter is that a maximum load on
the PPE would turn off the inverter if
the alternator RPMs are not at target.
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1
On/Off
0
1
1
1
On/Off
0
1
1
1
On/Off
0
1
1
3
Number
0
7
1
40
Seconds
0
60
10
0
On/Off
0
1
1
2
Seconds
0
5
0.1
2344
This is the target RPM rate for the
throttle increase feature.
935
RPM
900
2000
1
2345
The amount of time until the inverter
is inhibited because the engine
speed is not at an adequate level
5
Seconds
0
30
0.1
WIRING INFORMATION
WARNING: All electrical connections to the PowerPack 3 must be made by a qualified electrician. Failure to
follow this warning could result in property damage, personal injury, or death.
A Hubbell Watertight Safety-Shroud male plug (Hubbell part number HBL2611SW) is needed to connect to the
AC output plug to mate with the PowerPack supplied Hubbell Watertight Safety-Shroud female socket (Hubbell
part number HBL2613SW). These plugs are available at electrical and industrial supply houses.
Using this part combination will allow for a weather resistant connection to the PowerPack 3 unit. Alteration of
the AC output plug, failure to use the correct male plug, or removal of the supplied socket will not guarantee a
watertight connection.
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The AC output from the PowerPack 3 is wired to a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) to ensure protection
against GND fault conditions. Be aware that standard duplex GFCI and non-GFCI receptacles need to be
protected with a circuit breaker, usually rated for 15 or 20 AMPS. ..
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PowerPack 3 Inverter/Regulator Component Detail
PowerPack 3 Kit, Left Side under Cab for vehicles built after March 2007.
PowerPack 3 Kit, Right Side under Cab for vehicles built after March 2007.
PowerPack 3 Kit, Remote Mount for vehicles built after March 2007.
Fuse, 58 volt, 10 amp: Alternator Field Wire fuse. International® Part Number: 2590768C1
TESTING SYSTEM OPERATION
1. Start the engine. Verify that the batteries are being charged. The voltmeter should be reading greater than
13.5 volts.
2. Verify green light in rocker switch is ON solid within five seconds.
3. Verify 120 volt AC output voltage.
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POWERPACK 3 TROUBLESHOOTING
If the PowerPack 3 output does not power up or shuts down during vehicle operation, follow these steps to
troubleshoot the system:
1. Set the 120VAC ON/OFF switch to OFF position, and ensure interlocks are satisfied, as described above,
correcting as necessary.
2. Attempt to restart the PowerPack 3 by pressing the ON switch.
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3. If the unit continues to shut-down, (blinking green light in the rocker switch and red warning light
illuminated) disconnect any AC loads before restarting the PowerPack 3.
4. Check for green light on GFCI. If there is a red light press the reset button on GFCI.
5. Press the 120VAC switch to OFF, check the 30-Amp circuit breaker, and reset if necessary.
6. Wait several minutes to allow the system alternator and PowerPack 3 unit to cool, and then attempt to
restart.
7. If the unit does not restart, then turn the vehicle’s ignition OFF, and then back ON again. This will restart the
PowerPack 3 output protection circuits.
8. If the above steps fail to restart the PowerPack 3 unit, then have the system serviced by a qualified
technician.
NOTE: If the unit does not restart, the problem could be caused by overheating or other circuit protection
devices. If the PowerPack 3 circuit breaker or the GFCI device is tripped, the green light in rocker switch will
continue to show an indication that AC power is ON. Be advised to check these other elements of the system if
120 volt AC power is not present as expected.
Table 177 – Diagnostic Indications Using the In-Cab Rocker Switch or Diamond Logic ® (Pre-2007 Vehicles)
SPN
FMI
Byte 7
Byte 8
Switch Indicator
Blink Rate
168
2
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Slow
168
4
0
0
Fast
168
4
0
0
Slow
168
6
0
0
Slow
168
8
0
0
Fast
168
16
0
0
Fast
168
16
0
0
Slow
168
17
0
0
Fast
639
14
37
255
Fast
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Condition Description/Comments/Probable Cause(s)
Communication fault from ESC to the PowerPack. Check for open
circuit or short in J1939 datalink. If switch is not blinking, verify vehicle
is programmed for PowerPack feature and the switchpack is
operating correctly.
DC module over voltage on vehicle DC bus. System detected voltage
over 15 volts. Remove any external power supply/charger from
vehicle
AC module over voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. Likely an
internal failure for AC output. AC has been shut down. DC output
remains on.
DC module under voltage condition on vehicle DC bus. System
detected low DC voltage. This could be due to insufficient power from
the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to the
PowerPack.
AC module under voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. System
detected low internal voltages. This could be due to insufficient input
power from the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the
alternator to the PowerPack.
AC module has shut down due to overload condition. AC overloaded,
remove some or all of AC load.
Phase missing fault/alternator fault. One of the three 3-phase wires
has an open circuit. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to
the PowerPack.
DC module over temperature condition. PowerPack is experiencing
extremely high internal temperatures. AC and DC has been shut
down. Allow the system to cool down.
AC module over temperature condition. PowerPack has detected high
internal temperatures although less severe. AC inverter has shut
down, but DC output remains on. Shut the system down to all it to
cool down or remove some of the loads.
PowerPack Fuse Open. Check DC battery charging connections from
PowerPack. Check 150A fuse.
Communication fault between PowerPack and the ESC. Check for
open circuit or short in J1939 datalink. Also, check the ignition circuit
to the PowerPack module
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Table 178 – Diagnostic Indications Using the In-Cab Rocker Switch or Diamond Logic ® Builder (2007 Vehicles
and post-2007)
SPN
FMI
Byte 7
Byte 8
Switch Indicator
Blink Rate
0467
9
0
0
Fast
168
3
0
0
Fast
520664
3
0
0
Slow
168
4
0
0
Fast
520644
4
0
0
Slow
520771
6
0
0
Slow
115
2
0
0
Fast
520774
0
0
0
Fast
520773
0
0
0
Slow
520772
31
0
0
Fast
639
9
37
255
Fast
Condition Description/Comments/Probable Cause(s)
Communication fault from ESC to the PowerPack. Check for open
circuit or short in J1939 datalink. If switch is not blinking, verify vehicle
is programmed for PowerPack feature and the switchpack is
operating correctly.
DC module over voltage on vehicle DC bus. System detected voltage
over 15 volts. Remove any external power supply/charger from
vehicle
AC module over voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. Likely an
internal failure for AC output. AC has been shut down. DC output
remains on.
DC module under voltage condition on vehicle DC bus. System
detected low DC voltage. This could be due to insufficient power from
the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to the
PowerPack.
AC module under voltage condition on high voltage DC bus. System
detected low internal voltages. This could be due to insufficient input
power from the alternator. Check the 3 phase wires from the
alternator to the PowerPack.
AC module has shut down due to overload condition. AC overloaded,
remove some or all of AC load.
Phase missing fault/alternator fault. One of the three 3-phase wires
has an open circuit. Check the 3 phase wires from the alternator to
the PowerPack.
DC module over temperature condition. PowerPack is experiencing
extremely high internal temperatures. AC and DC has been shut
down. Allow the system to cool down.
AC module over temperature condition. PowerPack has detected high
internal temperatures although less severe. AC inverter has shut
down, but DC output remains on. Shut the system down to all it to
cool down or remove some of the loads.
PowerPack Fuse Open. Check DC battery charging connections from
PowerPack. Check 150A fuse.
Communication fault between PowerPack and the ESC. Check for
open circuit or short in J1939 datalink. Also, check the ignition circuit
to the
NOTE: A complete aftermarket parts kit is under development. The PowerPack 3 kit part number is not
available at this time.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
1. Remove power from batteries.
a. Remove the lid from the battery box.
b. Remove all battery cables from the batteries and battery box, starting with the negative terminals.
2. Replace the 3 battery box with a 4 battery box.
a. Remove cab steps from the battery box.
b. Remove the front side of the battery box.
c. Remove all batteries.
d. Remove old battery box from the frame rail.
e. Remove any options that may be on box, and transfer to new box.
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f. Attach new 4 battery box to the frame rail. Some new mounting holes may need drilled in the frame rail.
Re-use existing holes as much as possible.
g. Add cover hold downs, and add new box to frame, 777937C1 retainers, 934871R1 nuts, 30278R1
screws, 30264R1 washers.
h. Put batteries in the two forward locations of the 4 battery box.
I. Install the PowerPack 3 Inverter Module in the most rearward location of the battery box. Align the PP3
module such that the mounting stud on the rear panel of the module projects through the rear of the
battery box.
j. Ensure that the PP3 harnesses are carefully routed through the openings in the rear panel of the battery
box without kinking or pinching.
k. Attach the battery box hold down bracket to secure the batteries and the PP3 Inverter Module.
l. Attach the retainer nut to the PP3 module stud on the back side of the battery box.
m. Attach vent tubes to each battery, and route out of battery box.
Sample Inverter on Installation on the Driver’s Side of
the Vehicle
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3. Add new alternator.
a. Remove air filter and cover turbo intake to prevent items from falling into intake.
b. Remove serpentine belt and old alternator.
c. Tie off old cables.
1. Seal terminal ends with heat shrink tube, fold back onto trunk of harness, and tape to trunk of
harness.
d. Attach the Leece-Neville alternator (part number 3606039C91) to the engine. Transfer belt pulley from
old alternator to the new alternator.
e. Check alternator mounting bolt torque. DO NOT OVER TORQUE.
1. Alternator to bracket mounting bolts 30 to 35 lb ft
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f. Add new alternator harness overlay.
1. Route the PP3 harness next to existing engine harness to the starter; then follow battery cables to
the battery box.
2. At base of battery box, route inverter cables to back of battery box by going under the frame rail.
g. Use tie wraps, every 12 inches, to attach the alternator harness to the battery cables.
ALTERNATOR HARNESS
The harness from the PowerPack 3 to the alternator must be properly routed and securely fastened to avoid
any hot or sharp areas and to prevent cable movement. Failure to use the proper size wire can result in
overheating conditions that could cause fire, personal injury, and void of warranty.
h. Add Ignition (IGN) lead to the in-cab fuse relay panel.
1. Connect an 18 gauge wire from the PowerPack 3 IGN feed connector to the dash pass thru
connector 1702 pin 5.
2. Connect an 18 gauge wire from the dash pass thru connector 1702 pin 5 to an IGN feed in the cab
fuse/relay panel cavity G2-H2 (see fuse box detail).
3. Add 10 AMP fuse to fuse locations G2-H2.
4. Connect to inverter overlay harness (connector 9740 at the center of valve cover). Strap lock the
connector to the main center chassis harness.
5. Remove terminating resistor from J1939 datalink back bone harness (connector 7801M located on
the top center of the engine valve cover). Connect the PP3 J1939 datalink harness (connector
7801M) to J1939 inverter (connector 7801N). Save J1939 terminator resistor assembly.
6. Strap harness to existing harnesses.
Keep clear of sharp edges or anything that can rub or damage wire insulation.
4. Connect harness wires to the alternator.
a. Attach 3-Phase AC output ring terminal wires to bolt studs on the back of alternator. 80-120 in lb
(inch-pounds, NOT foot-pounds) Three phase wire attachment order to the alternator does not matter.
b. Attach field coil wires to the top of alternator using two nuts 15-20 in lb (inch- pounds, NOT
foot-pounds).
3-Phase and Field Wire Alternator Connections
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POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY
MOUNT FEATURES
5. Make connections from the PowerPack 3 wire harness to the inverter module.
a. At back of the battery box:
1. Connect 3-Phase AC alternator connectors (9741, 9742, and 9743) which are large 4 gauge, 1-pin
connectors. Ensure the connectors are fully mated with a positive click of the male connector into the
female connector.
2. Connect inverter IGNITION connector (7899) 1-pin connector.
3. Connect inverter J1939 connector (7801R) 3-pin connector.
4. Connect field voltage connector (9740) 2-pin connector.
b. Connect terminating resistor connector to (7801L) located on inverter harness near inverter connection
to the J1939 data bus connector.
6. Secure PowerPack 3 harness to the chassis harness.
a. Keep harness clear of sharp edges or anything that can rub or damage wire insulation. Use tie wraps every
12 inches to attach the PP3 alternator harness to battery cables.
7. Confirm connections.
8. Remove cloth from air intake, and reinstall air filter.
WARNING: Shock Hazard. Never make electrical connections to a “live” unit. Make the connections to the
PowerPack 3 first and the batteries last. Failure to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal
injury or death.
9. Installing battery cables
Step 1: Make sure that the batteries are disconnected from the vehicle.
Step 2: Install the in-line fuse on the positive battery terminal or within 18 inches of the battery or DC wiring bus
system.
Step 3: Route, but DO NOT connect, the positive DC (red) input cable from the PowerPack 3 to the in-line fuse
on the battery or DC wiring bus system. Make sure to protect all cables from where they contact hard or sharp
edges.
Step 4: Connect the PowerPack 3 to the battery in THIS order.
A. Install washers and nuts, and torque terminal nuts. (120 inch-pounds)
B. Connect red cables to the positive battery posts.
C. Connect black cables to the negative battery posts.
Step 5: Verify that all connections are tight and the cables are secure.
GENERAL CABLE INSTALLATION TIPS:
WARNING: Fire and Explosion Hazard. Double check the polarity of the DC input connections. Reverse
polarity may severely damage the PowerPack 3. Fire and/or explosion of the batteries may also occur as a
result of reversed polarity. Failure to follow this warning may result in property damage, personal injury or
death.
DC cables should be as short as possible. The optional installation kit includes all DC cables. The PowerPack
3 is polarity sensitive, and careful attention must be paid to the polarity. The black DC cable must be connected
to the battery negative (-) and the negative (-) PowerPack 3 terminal, located under the top cover (orange).
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POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY
MOUNT FEATURES
The red DC cable must be connected to the fuse which is connected to the positive (+) battery connection and
the positive (+) PowerPack 3 terminal, located under the red cover.
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Fuse Wiring
Route the AC power wiring separately from the DC wiring and low voltage wiring such as audio and video
signal wires with as much physical separation from the AC wires as possible.
WARNING: Fire Hazard. Make sure all connections are tight and properly made. Failure to follow this warning
may result in property damage, personal injury or death.
CAUTION: An in-line 150 AMP DC fuse is REQUIRED on the positive battery cable to properly protect the
PowerPack 3 and batteries. Failure to properly fuse the input leads to the PowerPack 3 can result in damage to
the unit.
10. Add switch to switch pack.
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT OF SWITCHES AND SWITCH PACKS
To remove a switch pack from the IP, use the DIN radio removal tool part number 2504954C1.
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Insert the extraction tools (2) into the two holes on either side of a switch pack housing until the locking tabs are
fully depressed. The switch pack can then be removed from the panel and the extraction tools removed.
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POWERPACK 3 PRIMARY AND TEMPORARY
MOUNT FEATURES
To remove individual switches or blanks from a switch pack, squeeze the locking tabs on the rear of the switch
or blank (top and bottom) and push it from the housing.
To install a switch pack in the panel, make the necessary connections, and then simply push the assembly into
place until the locking tabs are fully engaged.
NOTE: The switch pack can be inadvertently installed upside down. To avoid this when no switches are present
in the housing, make sure the white wire in the lead assemblies on the rear of the housing are towards the top.
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To install a switch in the switch pack housing, insert the switch in the proper slot, and push in until the switch
locking tabs are fully engaged (switches are keyed and cannot be installed upside down).
LED INSTALLATION
The LEDs are installed from the rear of the switch housing (snap fit rear cover must first be removed). The
amber backlight LED (part number 3533928C1) must be installed in the lower position and the green indicator
LED (part number 3578733C1) in the upper position. The LEDs can be identified by the color of the base –
black for the amber LED and white for the green LED.
To install an LED, insert it into the hole in the printed wiring board and, with a small flat blade screwdriver, turn
the LED clockwise until locked. Replace the rear cover when complete.
11. Program Vehicle.
a. Using DLB, activate feature 0595AJU “BC PROG, INVERTER ON In-Cab Multiplex Switch enables 3kw
Inverter.”
b. After 0595AJU is activated, use DLB to locate position for 120 volt on switch location. Make note of
location for switch install. Exit DLB.
12. Checking system operation
a. Start engine, and ensure that the park brake is set.
b. Verify that the batteries are being charged. Voltmeter should be reading greater than 13.5 volts.
c. Verify green light in rocker switch is ON solid within 5 seconds.
d. Check 120 volt AC output voltage.
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MOUNT FEATURES
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THEFT DETERRENT
THEFT DETERRENT
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THEFT DETERRENT
60ACX
BODY INTG, THEFT DETERRENT SYS Includes one (1) Switch Pack of Six Switches
The International® Theft Deterrent system provides a means to help control the mobility of a vehicle. Once the
vehicle has been started, the driver is required to enter a pre-programmed code (theft deterrent code). The theft
deterrent code must also be entered when driving is resumed after the vehicle is at idle with the park brake set.
The theft deterrent feature is effective in preventing a vehicle from being driven by unauthorized individuals.
THEFT DETERRENT CODE
The theft deterrent code is any combination of one to eight digits (between 1 and 99999999) selected by the
customer. The Theft Deterrent system will come from the factory disabled. The dealer will be responsible for
enabling the system and programming the desired theft deterrent code during the regular dealer Pre-Delivery
Inspection (PDI). This is not included in the normal PDI reimbursement and is not a warranty expense.
THEFT DETERRENT SWITCHES
Six switches located in the Instrument Panel (IP) provide the functions of the Theft Deterrent system. Five of
the switches are dual digit switches (3-position, center stable momentary switches) numbered 0 to 9. The
remaining switch is the ENGINE STOP/CLEAR ENTRY switch, which is a combination switch indicator and a
standard momentary switch (see the illustration below).
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The red ENGINE STOP indicator portion of the ENGINE STOP/CLEAR ENTRY switch flashes to alert the
driver that the theft deterrent code must be entered (within the preprogrammed time delay or the engine will
shut down). The momentary CLEAR ENTRY position is pressed whenever the driver needs to clear a failed
code so that the correct code can be re-entered.
NOTE: If the operator enters the wrong security code, the vehicle must be stopped and the park brake must be
set/engaged before the system will clear the previous theft deterrent code entry.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature code 595AYU must be enabled on the vehicle Body Controller (BC) using the Diamond
Logic ® Builder software (see local dealer).
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Anti_Theft_Active_Min: Length of time the engine is shut down
Anti_Theft_Code_Length: Number of digits in the theft deterrent code
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo: Lower 4 digits of the numerical theft deterrent code to be entered by the driver
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi: Upper 4 digits of the numerical theft deterrent code to be entered by the driver
Anti_Theft_Enable: Parameter to enable or disable the theft deterrent feature
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Anti_Theft_Warning_Time: The amount of time after the park brake has been released or the vehicle starts
moving until the vehicle enters shutdown mode
Table 179
Parameter
Anti_Theft_
Active_Min
Anti_Theft_
Code_Length
Anti_Theft_
Code_Master_
Lo
Anti_Theft_
Code_Master_
Hi
Anti_Theft_
Enable
Anti_Theft_
Warning_Time
ID
Description
2227
2257
2224
2226
2222
2245
The minimum amount of time the
truck is disabled once it enters
shutdown mode
The number representing the code
length in terms of number of digits
Lower 4 numbers of the anti-theft
code required to keep truck
operating
Upper 4 numbers of the anti-theft
code required to keep truck
operating
Enables and disables the anti-theft
feature
The amount of time after the park
brake has been released or the
vehicle starts moving until the vehicle
enters shutdown mode
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
10
Seconds
10
60
1
5
Number
1
8
1
2345
Number
0
9999
1
0001
Number
0
9999
1
0
On/Off
0
1
1
1
Seconds
1
655
1
WIRING INFORMATION
2588809C93 KIT, THEFT DETERRENT
Table 180
Item
Part Number
Quantity
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2588808C91
3519350C1
239481R1
3544921C1
3515517C1
3535930C1
3535937C1
997129R2
2588813R2
3522073C1
001
001
002
004
004
001
001
AR
001
001
Description
MODULE, THEFT DETERRENT SWITCH
RELAY, MICRO SPDT
TERMINAL, CABLE
SLEEVE, CABLE INSULATING* HEAT S
TERMINAL, CABLE 280 M/P FEMALE
TERMINAL, CABLE* GT 280 SERIES 5
SEAL, CABLE TERMINAL* GT 280 SER
CABLE, LIGHTING, 18 GAUGE W/GXL
MANUAL, INST THEFT DETER KIT
TERMINAL, CABLE FEMALE
TESTING
Engine Start/Theft Deterrent Code Entry Sequence:
The correct engine start and theft deterrent code entry sequence is as follows:
1. Driver starts vehicle with park brake set.
2. The driver enters the code programmed by the dealer by pressing the switch positions for that code (read
from left to right). For example, if the code is 54321, the driver should press switch positions 5 4 3 2 1 in
that order.
If an error is made while entering the code, the driver presses the CLEAR ENTRY position of ENGINE
STOP/CLEAR ENTRY switch and enters the correct code. The park brake must be set for clearing the incorrect
code.
3. When the correct code is entered, the gauge cluster alarm will sound one short beep and, at the same time,
the ENGINE STOP indicator will flash once. If the wrong code is entered, the gauge cluster will sound one
long beep and the ENGINE STOP indicator will be illuminated for approximately 1.5 seconds.
4. Park brake is released.
5. Vehicle may be driven without interruption.
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NOTE: The theft deterrent code must be re-entered every time the park brake is set/engaged or when the key
switch is cycled from the run position.
Table 181 – System Response Table
Driver Action
Engine started with park
brake set
Correct theft deterrent
code entered (vehicle
stopped and park brake
set)
System Alerts
Engine Operating Status
No system alerts
Engine runs without interruption.
Gauge cluster alarm will sound one
short beep and, at the same time, the
ENGINE STOP indicator will flash
once.
Warning sequence is begun. The
Engine started with park gauge cluster alarm will beep
continuously, and the red ENGINE
brake released
STOP indicator will flash slowly.
Warning sequence is begun. The
Engine started and driven gauge cluster alarm will beep
continuously, and the red ENGINE
greater than 3 MPH
STOP indicator will flash slowly.
Warning sequence is begun. The
gauge cluster alarm will beep
Park brake is released
continuously, and the red ENGINE
with engine running.
STOP indicator will flash slowly.
Correct theft deterrent
The continuous alarm beeps, and
code is entered after the
ENGINE STOP indicator flashing stops
warning sequence has
after the alarm sounds once and the
begun (within the
ENGINE STOP indicator flashes once.
programmed delay time).
Alarm activates for one long beep, and
Incorrect theft deterrent
ENGINE STOP indicator turns on for ~
code is entered.
1.5 seconds.
Clear switch is depressed No system alerts. Theft deterrent code
with park brake set.
must be entered before driving vehicle.
Clear switch is depressed
with park brake released No action. Previously entered theft
deterrent code is not cleared.
(assumes correct code
previously entered).
With vehicle stopped while
The ENGINE STOP indicator stops
in warning mode, set park
flashing, and the alarm stops beeping.
brake (within the
The theft deterrent code must be
programmable delay
entered before driving vehicle.
time).
Engine runs without interruption.
Engine will shut down unless theft deterrent code is entered
within programmed delay time.
Engine will shut down unless theft deterrent code is entered
within programmed delay time.
Engine will shut down unless correct theft deterrent code is
entered within programmed delay time.
Engine runs without interruption.
Engine runs without interruption until the programmed time
delay expires.
Engine runs without interruption.
Engine runs without interruption.
Engine runs without interruption.
NOTE: There is a ten second period between the beginning of the warning sequence and engine shut down.
During this period, the vehicle can be started and moved. Once shutdown occurs, the sequence can be
re-initiated after a programmable time delay (default = 10 seconds).
THEFT DETERRENT TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Please review the following problem descriptions for help with installation.
The theft deterrent feature can be enabled using the Diamond Logic ® software program. Those who do not
have the software will need to see an International® dealer for programming assistance.
1. Existing vehicle switches no longer operate:
Solution: The theft deterrent switch pack populates in the first switch location in the IP. Physically locate the
switch pack in the DIN location below the radio, and ensure that the cab harness connector for switch
packs is plugged into the theft deterrent switch pack. Use Diamond Logic ® Builder (DLB) to determine the
new location for existing vehicle switches. Physically move those switches in the switch packs to match the
DLB layout.
2. The engine shuts down even though the correct theft deterrent code was entered:
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The theft deterrent code must be entered AFTER the engine is started and before the park brake is
released. After the engine is started, enter the correct theft deterrent code. The ENGINE STOP indicator in
the top portion of the first switch will illuminate for one fast blink with the correct code entered. If the wrong
code is entered, the ENGINE STOP light will be illuminated for 1.5 seconds, hence the system will still be
armed to shut down until the correct code is entered.
3. Theft deterrent code never works:
The theft deterrent code has been designed to be as flexible as possible and still work with the overall
design of the Body Controller (BC) in the vehicle. It is important that programmable parameters are set
correctly. The theft deterrent code is controlled by three programmable parameters. They are as follows:
Anti_Theft_Code_Length Number of digits in theft deterrent code
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi Upper portion of theft deterrent code
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo Lower portion of theft deterrent code
The theft deterrent code may be any length from one to eight digits. The Anti_Theft_Code_Length
programmable parameter must contain the length of the desired code. For example, if the theft deterrent
code is 739042, then the code length should have a 6 entered for the Anti_Theft_Code_Length parameter.
Use DLB to enter the code length under the FEATURES tab. Find the desired programmable parameter in
the list on the bottom half of the screen.
The theft deterrent code must be entered in two different parameters.
The Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo is the right most 4 digits of the code.
The Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi is the left or upper digits of the theft deterrent code.
For example, if the theft deterrent code is 739042, enter the following digits into the two parameters:
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi: 73
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo: 9042
For theft deterrent codes that are four digits or less, place a 0 in the parameter
Anti-Theft_Code_Master_Hi. It is not necessary to enter a leading zero in the code as long as the code
length is four digits or less.
4. Can leading zeros be entered in the theft deterrent code?
Leading zeroes may be used in either parameter as long as the Anti_Theft_Code_Length count is large
enough to include them in the count.
For example, if the theft deterrent code is 0142, the programmable parameters should be entered as
follows:
Anti_Theft_Code_Length: 4
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi: 0
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo: 0142
On early versions, the leading zero will not stay visible in the parameter entry, but the 0 still needs to be
entered on the switch packs when entering the theft deterrent code.
For example, if the theft deterrent code is 075142, the programmable parameters should be entered as
follows:
Anti_Theft_Code_Length: 6
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi: 07
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo: 5142
For example, if the theft deterrent code is 60925, the programmable parameters should be entered as
follows:
Anti_Theft_Code_Length: 5
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Hi: 6
Anti_Theft_Code_Master_Lo: 0925
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5. Once the engine shut down sequence is initiated, the engine stumbles but does not shut down. The theft
deterrent relay keeps cycling off and on.
The Ignition (IGN) interrupter relay that was added for this system must have the coil powered from an
un-switched battery source. This stumbling condition is caused by the relay being powered from an IGN
source instead of a battery source. Ensure an un-switched battery feed powers the coil of the theft
deterrent relay.
6. Engine will not shut down even though the ENGINE STOP light is on for a constant ten seconds.
Ensure that the theft deterrent relay coil is connected to the BC connector 1601 pin # for pre 2007 engine
vehicles or BC connector 1601 Pin E4 for post 2007 engine vehicles. If the relay is not being energized, the
vehicle engine will still be de-powered through an alternate means, thus rendering the vehicle immobile. If
the shut down sequence has been initiated and the ENGINE STOP light is illuminated for ten seconds, then
the theft deterrent relay should also be energized to kill the engine.
LOST OF FORGOTTEN THEFT DETERRENT CODES
In the event of a lost or forgotten theft deterrent code, the dealer will be the customer’s point of contact –
Navistar Tech Services personnel will not provide any information to callers concerning theft deterrent codes.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
1. 2007 - Purchase a theft deterrent kit, part number 2588809C93, from a local International® dealer
2. Add software feature code 595AYU to the vehicle BC using the Diamond Logic ® software (see local
dealer).
3. Install theft deterrent kit as per this drawing.
4. Test the system.
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HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
■
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
■ ■ Eaton 6SPD Hybrid Power Electronics Carrier
13ZYV
HEV, POWER ELECTRONICS CARRIER {Eaton} With Hybrid, Temporary Mounted, Includes Cooling System
LSM Back of Fuel Tank
13ZYW
HEV, POWER ELECTRONICS CARRIER {Eaton} With Hybrid, Temporary Mounted, Includes Cooling System
LSM Back of Battery Box
13ZYX
HEV, POWER ELECTRONICS CARRIER {Eaton} With Hybrid, Temporary Mounted, Includes Cooling System
LSM Behind PEC
■ ■ Eaton 6SPD Hybrid With ePTO Capability
13GUE
TRANSMISSION, MANUAL {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid EH-8E406A-UP} 6-Speed Automated Manual, Hybrid
Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls, ePTO Capability, Less APG Capability
13GUG
TRANSMISSION, MANUAL {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid EH-8E406A-UPG} 6-Speed Automated Manual, Hybrid
Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls, ePTO Capability, APG Capability
These features include warning lights, hood open light and capability to activate up to four demand circuits for
PTO operation (Requires six RPM inputs and one output)
The Eaton Hybrid system uses electric energy stored in a large high voltage (HV) battery. An electric motor
connected to the driveline prior to the transmission gears assists the engine to drive the truck which can
improve fuel economy. The diesel engine is connected to the driveline as needed by means of an electric
clutch. Energy is re-generated during deceleration (braking) and during efficient diesel engine operating
conditions.
This feature also adds the functionality for operating a PTO in a diesel engine off mode (called electric PTO, or
ePTO). The E-PTO mode consists of electric PTO operation while the diesel engine is off most of the time. It
includes vehicle interlocks, engagement, disengagement, and automatic control of diesel engine on/off
operation. The system will run the diesel engine automatically as needed to recharge the High Voltage
Battery, as well as if the 12 volt batteries are low or the air pressure is low.
IMPORTANT! Hands on training for the basic hybrid components is required along with reviewing
documentation provided by Eaton Corporation, This includes all cautions and warnings, before attempting to
diagnose, service or relocate any of the Hybrid electric components.
This feature comprises the following functions: 595BAL, 595BAM, 595BAN, 595BJA and 595BBL broken down
into the components of each feature as described below:
595BAL
This feature provides a hood open warning lamp [Red] and a hood open switch to prevent starting the diesel
engine when the hood is open.
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595BAN
This feature provides two hybrid warning lamps (CHECK HYBRID [Amber] and STOP HYBRID [Red]) in a
center panel mounted switch pack.
595BAM or 595BJA
This feature provides an air solenoid to control a PTO engagement mechanism. This feature also provides for
up to four demand circuits through RPM inputs that cause the hybrid electric motor to run and turn the PTO
shaft via the clutch gear and transmission counter shafts. Each of these circuits have separate parameters that
can be set to keep the hybrid electric motor running for a period of time after the demand circuit becomes
inactive. This feature provides an RPM input to disable the PTO, as required. Programmable parameters allow
the system designer to select the active state for this input. This feature will also request the Hybrid Control
Module (HCM) to start the diesel engine if the air pressure or 12-volt chassis battery voltage falls below
established parameter values.
This feature uses an RPM input to monitor the PTO feedback switch on the PTO mechanism. Note: To utilize a
PTO hour meter, feature 595AJU (pre-2010) OR 595BJA (post-2010) must be added (using Diamond Logic ®
software).
For convenience a diagram of the RPM pin connections (Figure 3) is included in this document.
595BBL
This feature adds advanced logic for open center hydraulic systems. It is similar to 595BAM and 595BJA, but
specifically assigns the following signals to the equivalent pins as follows:
595BAM/595BJA
595BBL
HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_1_Input = Aerial_Boom_Request_Signal_Input
HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_2_Input = Boom_Tool_Circuit_Signal_Input
HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_3_Input = Lower_Ground_Tool_Circuit_Signal_Input
HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_4_Input = Outrigger_Motion_Switch_Signal_Input
Please use the Diamond Logic ® software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the CONNECTOR
screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® software. Programmable Parameters are
also programmable through the Diamond Logic ® Builder software. Body Builders must set programmable
parameters that are appropriate for their PTO application.
Refer to the Hybrid Electrical Troubleshooting Guide for more information.
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES
595BAL, 595BAM or 595BJA, 595BAN or 595BBN
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595AJT
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ePTO DEMAND CIRCUITS [595BAM or 595BJA]
These parameters set active states for demand circuits used in ePTO control and the length of time that the
hybrid electric motor will be requested on after a demand circuit becomes inactive. These conditions are
monitored such that the system will automatically start and stop as needed.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_1_Enabled parameter enables this input as hydraulic demand input
circuit #1 for use in ePTO control as either active high or active low. Disabling it allows this input to be used in
other logic without affecting the ePTO logic.
0 = disabled
1 = input active when grounded
3 = input active when at 12V.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_1_Motor_On_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid
electric motor will be on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive. After this time, the motor will turn off until
demand is requested active again.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_2_Enabled parameter enables this input as hydraulic demand input
circuit #2 for use in ePTO control as either active high or active low. Disabling it allows this input to be used in
other logic without affecting the ePTO logic.
0 = disabled
1 = input active when grounded
3 = input active when at 12V.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_2_Motor_On_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid
electric motor will be on after demand circuit #2 becomes inactive. After this time, the motor will turn off until
demand is requested active again
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_3_Enabled parameter enables this input as hydraulic demand input
circuit #3 for use in ePTO control as either active high or active low. Disabling it allows this input to be used in
other logic without affecting the ePTO logic.
0 = disabled
1 = input active when grounded
3 = input active when at 12V.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_3_Motor_On_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid
electric motor will be on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive. After this time, the motor will turn off until
demand is requested active again
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_4_Enabled parameter enables this input as hydraulic demand input
circuit #4 for use in ePTO control as either active high or active low. Disabling it allows this input to be used in
other logic without affecting the ePTO logic.
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0 = disabled
1 = input active when grounded
3 = input active when at 12V.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Cir_4_Motor_On_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid
electric motor will be on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive. After this time, the motor will turn off until
demand is requested active again
Table 182
Parameter
ID
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
Max
1 (List)
0
3
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_1_Enabled
2391
Enables input as hydraulic demand circuit #1 for use
in ePTO control as either active high or active low.
Disabling this input frees it to be used in other logic
without affecting the ePTO logic.0 = Disabled1 =
Enabled active low3 = Enabled active high
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_1_Motor_
On_Time
2495
Amount of time that the hybrid electric motor will be
on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive
0s
0
600
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_2_Enabled
2396
Enables input as hydraulic demand circuit #2 for use
in ePTO control as either active high or active low.
Disabling this input frees it to be used in other logic
without affecting the ePTO logic.0 = Disabled1 =
Enabled active low3 = Enabled active high
1 (List)
0
3
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_2_Motor_
On_Time
2390
Amount of time that the hybrid electric motor will be
on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive
30s
0
600
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_3_Enabled
2400
Enables input as hydraulic demand circuit #3 for use
in ePTO control as either active high or active low.
Disabling this input frees it to be used in other logic
without affecting the ePTO logic.0 = Disabled1 =
Enabled active low3 = Enabled active high
1 (List)
0
3
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_3_Motor_
On_Time
2304
Amount of time that the hybrid electric motor will be
on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive
60s
0
600
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_4_Enabled
2425
Enables input as hydraulic demand circuit #4 for use
in ePTO control as either active high or active low.
Disabling this input frees it to be used in other logic
without affecting the ePTO logic.0 = Disabled1 =
Enabled active low3 = Enabled active high
1 (List)
0
3
HEV_Electric_
Motor_Demand
_Cir_4_Motor_
On_Time
2270
Amount of time that the hybrid electric motor will be
on after demand circuit #1 becomes inactive
120s
0
600
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These parameters set active states for demand circuits used in ePTO control and the length of time that the
hybrid electric motor will be requested on after a demand circuit becomes inactive. These conditions are
monitored such that the system will continue to run once started and automatically stop as needed.
The Aerial_Boom_Request_Signal_Active_State parameter sets the logical active state at the aerial boom
demand input that will cause the initiation of the hybrid electric traction motor.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = input active high
1 = input active low
The Aerial_Boom_Circuit_Demand_Timeout parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid electric traction
motor will continue to run following the operation of the aerial boom.
The Emergency_Pump_Interlocked_To_ePTO_Request_Parameter enables emergency pump to be ON only
in ePTO mode.
The Emergency_Pump_Maximum_Run_Timer_Enabled parameter enables an internal timer limiting the
continuous operation of the emergency pump.
The Emergency_Pump_Maximum_Run_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the emergency pump will
be requested ON once the emergency pump request switch has been initiated and maintained its active state.
The Outrigger_Motion_Switch_Request_Signal_Active_State parameter is the logical active state at the
outrigger motion switch device that will cause the initiation of the hybrid electric traction motor.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Outrigger_Traction_Motor_Operation_Timeout parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid electric
motor will continue to run following the operation of the chassis mounted equipment’s outriggers.
The Prohibit_Driving_Interlock_Parameter enables prohibit driving functionality to be activated.
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The Lower_Ground_Tool_Request_Signal_Active_State parameter is the logical active state at the lower tool
circuit demand input that will cause the initiation of the hybrid electric traction motor.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Lower_Ground_Tool_Circuit_Demand_Timeout parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid electric
traction motor will continue to run following the operation of any specific lower tool function where the demand
is no longer generating back pressure (“demand”) within the hydraulic system.
The Lower_Ground_Tool_Circuit_Switch_Action parameter is the type of switch device used to operate the
lower tools.
0 = disabled
1 = latching
2 = momentary
The Lower_Ground_Tool_Continuous_Run_Parameter enables a continuous run cycle where the hybrid
electric traction motor will continue to run as long as the lower tool switch request logic is active.
The Boom_Tool_Request_Signal_Active_State parameter is the logical active state at the boom tool circuit
demand input that will cause the initiation of the hybrid electric traction motor.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Boom_Tool_Circuit_Demand_Timeout parameter sets the amount of time that the hybrid electric traction
motor will continue to run following the operation of any specific upper bucket tool function where the demand is
no longer generating back pressure (“demand”) within the hydraulic system.
The Boom_Tool_Continuous_Run_Parameter enables a continuous run cycle where the hybrid electric traction
motor will continue to run as long as the boom tool switch request logic is active.
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The Boom_Not_Stowed_Parameter specifies the logical active state at the boom stow switch device/s used to
determine the stowed /out of stow status of the aerial tower.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Outriggers_Not_Stowed_Parameter specifies the logical active state at the outrigger motion switch
device/s that will cause the initiation of the hybrid electric traction motor.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Emergency_Pump_Request_Signal_Active_State specifies the logical active state at the emergency pump
input that will cause the initiation of the emergency pump.
2 = disabled
0 = enabled active floating
3 = enabled active high
1 = enabled active low
The Key_ON_Biased_RPM_Output_Delay parameter is used to delay the activation of the Key_ON biased
RPM output during the initialization of the HCM and subsequent systems.
The Emergency_Pump_Power_Output_Current_Limit parameter is the emergency pump output (RPM) fuse
value.
The Key_ON_Biased_RPM_Output_Current_Limit parameter is the key state biased power output (RPM) fuse
value.
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Table 183
Parameter
Aerial_Boom_
Request_Signal_
Active_State
Aerial_Boom_
Circuit_Demand_
Timeout
Emergency_Pump_
Interlocked_To_
ePTO_Request_
Parameter
Emergency_Pump_
Maximum_Run_
Timer_Enable
Emergency_Pump_
Maximum_Run_
Time
ID
2587
2589
2590
2591
2592
Outrigger_Motion_
Switch_Request_
Signal_Active_State
2618
Outrigger_Traction_
Motor_Operation_
Timeout
2619
Prohibit_Driving_
Interlock_Parameter
2620
Lower_Ground_Tool
_Request_Signal_
Active_State
2621
Lower_Ground_Tool
_Circuit_Demand_
Timeout
Lower_Ground_Tool
_Circuit_Switch_
Action
2622
2623
Lower_Ground_Tool
_Continuous_Run_
Parameter
2524
Boom_Tool_
Request_Signal_
Active_ State
2625
Boom_Tool_Circuit_
Demand_Timeout
2626
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Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
Enables input as aerial boom demand for
use in ePTO control as active floating,
active high or active low. Disabling this input
frees it to be used in other logic without
affecting the ePTO logic.2 = Disabled0 =
Enabled active floating1 = Enabled active
low3 = Enabled active high
Amount of time that the hybrid electric
motor will be on after aerial boom demand
becomes inactive
Enables emergency pump to be ON
(On/Off)
Enables an interal timer limiting the
continuous operation of emergency pump
(On/Off)
Time that the emergency pump will be
requested ON once the emergency pump
request switch has been initiated
Enables input as outrigger motion switch for
use in ePTO control as either active floating,
active high or active low. Disabling this input
frees it to be used in other logic without
affecting the ePTO logic.2 = Disabled0 =
Enabled active floating1 = Enabled active
low3 = Enabled active high
Amount of time that the hybrid electric
motor will continue to run following the
operation of the chassis mounted
equipment outriggers.
Enables prohibit driving functionality to be
activated (On/Off).
Logical active state at the lower tool circuit
demand input that will cause the initiation of
the hybrid electric traction motor.2 =
Disabled0 = Enabled active floating3 =
Enabled active high1 = Enabled active low
Amount of time that the hybrid electric
motor will continue to run following the
operation of any specific lower tool function.
Type of switch device used to operate the
lower tools.0 = Disabled1 = Latching2 =
Momentary
Enables a continuous run cycle where the
hybrid electric traction motor will continue to
run as long as the lower tool switch request
logic is active. (On/Off)
Logical active state at the boom tool circuit
demand input that will cause the initiation of
the hybrid electric traction motor.2 =
Disabled0 = Enabled active floating3 =
Enabled active high1 = Enabled active low
Amount of time that the hybrid electric
motor will continue to run following the
operation of any specific upper bucket tool
function.
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3
7s
0
655
1 (List)
0
3
60s
0
655
2 (List)
0
2
3 (List)
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30s
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ID
Boom_Tool_
Continuous_Run_
Parameter
2627
Boom_Not_Stowed
_Parameter
2647
Outriggers_Not_
Stowed_Parameter
2648
Emergency_Pump_
Request_Signal_
Active_State
2649
Key_ON_Biased_
RPM_Output_Delay
2727
Emergency_Pump_
Power_Output_
Current_Limit
Key_ON_Biased_
RPM_Output_
Current_Limit
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
Enables a continuous run cycle where the
hybrid electric traction motor will continue to
run as long as the boom tool switch request
logic is active. (On/Off)
Logical active state at the boom stow switch
device/s used to determine the stowed/out
of stow status of aerial tower.2 = Disabled0
= Enabled active floating3 = Enabled active
high1 = Enabled active low
Logical active state at the outrigger motion
switch device/s that will cause the initiation
of the hybrid electric traction motor.2 =
Disabled0 = Enabled active floating3 =
Enabled active high1 = Enabled active low
Logical active input state at the emergency
pump input that will cause the initiation of
the emergency pump.2 = Disabled0 =
Enabled active floating3 = Enabled active
high1 = Enabled active low
Amount of time to delay the activation of the
Key_ON biased RPM output during the
initialization of the HCM and subsequent
systems.
Max
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Off
3 (List)
0
3
3 (List)
0
3
1 (List)
0
3
0s
0
655
1
2739
Emergency pump power output (RPM) fuse
value.
20A
0
20
0.1A
2740
Key state biased power output (RPM) fuse
value.
20A
0
20
0.1A
RUN/STOP DIESEL ENGINE
These parameters set the conditions under which the ESC will request to start the diesel engine to recharge the
air supply or battery voltage and to stop running the diesel engine when not needed. These conditions are
monitored such that the system will automatically start and stop the diesel engine as needed.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Air_Pressure parameter is the pressure above which the Hybrid Control Module
(HCM) will be requested to quit running the diesel engine to recharge the air supply. This pressure must be
greater than HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Air_Pressure.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Air_Press_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the diesel engine will run
after the air pressure supply reaches the upper air pressure limit set for ePTO (set by
HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Air_Pressure). This allows the diesel engine to run for a minimum amount of time.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Battery_Voltage parameter sets the battery voltage limit that must be met for the
diesel engine to stop running after a set amount of time. This voltage must be greater than
HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Battery_Voltage.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Bat_Volt_Time parameter sets the amount of time to recharge the batteries
before the ESC will request the diesel engine to stop running. This parameter sets the minimum amount of time
that the diesel engine will run if the 12-volt batteries are low.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Air_Pressure parameter sets the minimum desired ePTO operating air pressure. If
in ePTO mode and the system air pressure falls below this value for a set amount of time, the HCM will be
requested to start the diesel engine to recharge the air supply.
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The HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Air_Press_Time parameter sets the amount of time that air pressure is below the
minimum before the ESC will request the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to start the diesel engine to recharge
the air supply.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Battery_Voltage parameter sets the minimum battery voltage level during ePTO
with diesel engine off. If in ePTO mode and the battery voltage falls below this value for a set amount of time,
the HCM will be requested to start the diesel engine to recharge the batteries.
The HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Bat_Volt_Time parameter sets the amount of time that the voltage is below the
minimum (HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Battery_Voltage parameter) before the ESC will request the HCM to start
the diesel engine to recharge the 12V batteries.
Table 184
Parameter
ID
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
Pressure above which the Hybrid Control
Module (HCM) will be requested to quit
HEV_Run_Engine_
2520
running the diesel engine to recharge the air
Max_Air_Pressure
supply
Amount of time that the diesel engine will
HEV_Run_Engine_
run after the air pressure supply reaches the
Max_Air_Press_Tim 2517
upper air pressure limit set for ePTO (set by
e
HEV_Run_Engine_Max_Air_Pressure)
HEV_Run_Engine_
Battery voltage limit that must be met for the
Max_Battery_Voltag 25143
diesel engine to stop running after a set
e
amount of time
Amount of time to recharge the batteries
HEV_Run_Engine_
2516
before the ESC will request the diesel
Max_Bat_Volt_Time
engine to stop running
Minimum desired ePTO operating air
pressure. If in ePTO mode and the system
air pressure falls below this value for a set
HEV_Run_Engine_
2521
amount of time, the HCM will be requested
Min_Air_Pressure
to start the diesel engine to recharge the air
supply
Amount of time that air pressure is below
HEV_Run_Engine_
the minimum before the ESC will request
Min_Air_Press_Tim 2519
the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to start
e
the diesel engine to recharge the air supply
Minimum battery voltage level during ePTO
with diesel engine off. If in ePTO mode and
HEV_Run_Engine_
the battery voltage falls below this value for
Min_Battery_Voltag 2513
a set amount of time, the HCM will be
e
requested to start the diesel engine to
recharge the batteries
Amount of time that the voltage is below the
minimum
(HEV_Run_Engine_Min_Battery_Voltage
HEV_Run_Engine_
2515
parameter) before the ESC will request the
Min_Bat_Volt_Time
HCM to start the diesel engine to recharge
the 12V batteries
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0.1
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150
1
10s
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These parameters set various input/output conditions for operating ePTO.
The HEV_Body_Equipment_Power_Current_Limit parameter sets the fuse value for the HEV ePTO Body
Equipment Power output (on the RPM).
The HEV_ePTO_Disengagement_Enabled parameter enables the PTO disengagement/disable signal by
selecting the input to the RPM as either active high (12V) or active low (ground). When the input goes active, it
will immediately disengage the PTO by deactivating the air solenoid. Disabling it (0) allows this input to be used
in other logic code without affecting the ePTO logic.
0 = disabled
1 = input active when grounded
3 = input active when at 12V.
The HEV_ePTO_Engaged_State parameter indicates the active state of the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
ePTO clutch engaged feedback signal into the RPM.
0 = disabled
1 = engaged when pulled low
3 = engaged when pulled high
The HEV_Body_Equipment_Power_Interlock_Enabled parameter allows the Body Equipment Power output to
be interlocked to the ePTO request from the HCM. When this parameter is enabled, power at this RPM output
will automatically be turned on when ePTO mode is requested. With this parameter turned off, this power will
be on automatically with key on and interlocks met (park brake set, transmission in neutral, etc.).
Table 185
Parameter
ID
HEV_PTO_Body_
Equipment_Power_
Current_Limit
2522
HEV_ePTO_
Disengagement_
Enabled
2533
HEV_ePTO_
Engaged_State
2523
HEV_Body_
Equipment_Power_
Interlock_Enabled
2494
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
Sets the fuse value for the HEV ePTO Body
Equipment Power output (on the RPM)
Enables the PTO disengagement/disable
signal by selecting the input to the RPM as
either active high (12V) or active low
(ground)0 = Disabled1 = Enabled active
low3 = Enabled active high
Indicates the active state of the Hybrid
Electric Vehicle (HEV) ePTO clutch
engaged feedback signal into the RPM
Allows the Body Equipment Power output to
be interlocked to the ePTO request from the
HCM. When this parameter is enabled,
power at this RPM output will automatically
be turned on when ePTO mode is
requested.
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0
20
0.1
3
0
3
List
1
0
3
List
On
The KeyState_Debounce_Time parameter allows the debounce time to be specified for the
HEV_Prohibit_Driving signal.
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Table 186
Parameter
KeyState_
Debounce_Time
■
Off – Indicates a 0 is set in for this parameter
On – Indicates a 1 is set for the parameter
Description
Default
Min
ID
2730
KeyState debounce time for
HEV_Prohibit_Driving signal
5000 ms
0
Max
Step
65
535
000
10 ms
HEV SIGNALS AVAILABLE TO ADVANCED LOGIC
The following signals are available for use in Advanced Logic in Diamond Logic ®. Some of the signals are used
in conjunction with some of the parameters defined above.
EPTO
DEMAND CIRCUITS
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_1_Input signal is the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Hydraulic Demand
Input Circuit 1. It is an input signal connected to RPM1 Input 1. The input must be enabled by setting the
HEV_Demand_Cir_1_Enabled parameter. Refer to parameter descriptions above for the proper settings.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_2_Input signal is the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Hydraulic Demand
Input Circuit 2. It is an input signal connected to RPM1 Input 2. The input must be enabled by setting the
HEV_Demand_Cir_2_Enabled parameter. Refer to parameter descriptions above for the proper settings.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_3_Input signal is the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Hydraulic Demand
Input Circuit 3. It is an input signal connected to RPM1 Input 3. The input must be enabled by setting the
HEV_Demand_Cir_3_Enabled parameter. Refer to parameter descriptions above for the proper settings.
The HEV_Electric_Motor_Demand_Circuit_4_Input signal is the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Hydraulic Demand
Input Circuit 4. It is an input signal connected to RPM1 Input 4. The input must be enabled by setting the
HEV_Demand_Cir_4_Enabled parameter. Refer to parameter descriptions above for the proper settings.
The HEV_Demand_Circuit_1_DLB_Disable_Req signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to request the Body
Controller (BC) to disable Demand Circuit # 1 input. If the circuit is active, the hybrid electric motor will not be
requested to run due to this input as long as it is disabled. The demand timer is not affected.
The HEV_Demand_Circuit_2_DLB_Disable_Req signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to request the Body
Controller (BC) to disable Demand Circuit # 2 input. If the circuit is active, the hybrid electric motor will not be
requested to run due to this input as long as it is disabled. The demand timer is not affected.
The HEV_Demand_Circuit_3_DLB_Disable_Req signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to request the Body
Controller (BC) to disable Demand Circuit # 3 input. If the circuit is active, the hybrid electric motor will not be
requested to run due to this input as long as it is disabled. The demand timer is not affected.
The HEV_Demand_Circuit_4_DLB_Disable_Req signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to request the Body
Controller (BC) to disable Demand Circuit # 4 input. If the circuit is active, the hybrid electric motor will not be
requested to run due to this input as long as it is disabled. The demand timer is not affected.
HOOD OPEN
The HEV_Hood_Open signal is an input reflecting the status of the Hood Open Switch (ON = open, OFF =
closed).
HYBRID FAULT
The HEV_Check_Hybrid_Input signal is an input from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to indicate a
non-critical fault in the hybrid system.
The HEV_Stop_Hybrid_Input signal is an input signal from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to indicate a
critical fault in the hybrid system.
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INTERLOCK CONDITIONS
The HEV_Prohibit_Driving_Req2 signal is a read only data link output from the ESC to the HCM which then
passes it to the transmission control module (TCM) on public data link from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM)
to prohibit the vehicle from being driven.
The HEV_Prohibit_Driving_DLB_Req2 is a written to data link semaphore1 output from the ESC to the HCM
which then passes it to the transmission control module (TCM) on public data link from the Hybrid Control
Module (HCM) to prohibit the vehicle from being driven.
The HEV_OK_To_Start_Engine signal is a data link output from the ESC to the HCM to allow the diesel engine
to be started.
DIESEL ENGINE/HYBRID ELECTRIC MOTOR
The HEV_Run_Engine_Req signal is a data link output from the ESC to the HCM.
The HEV_Run_Engine_DLB_Req2 signal is a written to data link semaphore1output from the ESC to the HCM
requesting the diesel engine to run.
The HEV_Run_Electric_Motor_Req signal is a data link output from the ESC to the HCM requesting the hybrid
electric motor to run.
The HEV_Run_Electric_Motor_DLB_Req signal is a written to data link semaphore1 output from the ESC to
the HCM requesting the hybrid electric motor to run.
The HEV_Air_Pressure_Low signal indicates that the HCM is being requested to run the engine because the
air pressure is low.
The HEV_Battery_Voltage_Low signal indicates that the HCM is being requested to run the engine because
the battery voltage is low.
EPTO
The HEV_PTO_Disengagement_Input signal is a body builder provided hardware input3 signal connected to
RPM1 input 5, disabling the ePTO air solenoid (ON = disable ePTO, OFF = allow normal ePTO operation).
The Hybrid_PTO_Disengagement_DLB_Req signal is a written to data link semaphore1output signal disabling
the ePTO air solenoid (ON = disable ePTO, OFF = allow normal ePTO operation).
The HEV_ePTO_Engaged signal is a data link output from ESC to the HCM indicating that the ePTO is
engaged.
The HEV_ePTO_Requested signal is an input signal from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to the Body
Controller (BC) indicating that the operator has pressed the ePTO switch to engage (or disengage) the PTO.
This signal will be active as long as the PTO is requested to be engaged.
The HEV_PTO_Air_Solenoid_Cmd signal is a data link input signal from the HCM to the ESC indicating that
the in cab, shift console mounted ePTO button has been depressed and all interlocks are met.
AIR PRESSURE
The HEV_Filtered_Pressure signal can be used in DLB ladder Logic to get the filtered pressure value (psi).
The HEV_Pressure_Filter_Reset_Flag signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to reset the pressure filter.
The HEV_Unfiltered_Pressure signal can be used in DLB ladder logic to get the unfiltered pressure (psi).
Notes
1. Semaphores are messages sent to another module to request that the other module take action.
2. These signals may become unavailable in a future release of the software.
3. Please use the Diamond Logic ® software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the
CONNECTOR screen view).
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WIRING INFORMATION
Please use the Diamond Logic ® software to determine pin locations for RPM inputs (refer to the CONNECTOR
screen view) and to set programmable parameters (refer to the FEATURE screen view).
• All wiring to RPM inputs and outputs is customer supplied.
• One wire may be connected to an RPM output (RPM #1, brown connector terminal A labeled PTO_Output in
the DLB connector view) and use as a 12-volt, 20 ampere source power for body builder installed equipment.
(Note: this RPM output can be biased to either the accessory key position or interlocked to the activation of
the ePTO mode of operation [default state] via feature 595BAM parameter 2494).
• A second wire must be connected from the Body Builder-installed PTO feedback switch (GND active) to the
pin labeled PTO_Feedback_Switch in the black 23-pin RPM input connector. This feedback switch is used to
determine whether or not the PTO is engaged by determining if the switch is in the active state. If the switch
is in its active state, then an indicator light in the gauge cluster shall be activated. When the switch is not in
the active state, the indicator light will not be on.
• The switch provided is labeled PTO.
RPM CONNECTOR INFORMATION
HPV Wire Terminal Kits are REQUIRED to allow Body Builders to create wire harnesses for the RPM
connectors.
HPV terminal kits are pre-made kits that include six power output terminals and seals for the brown 8-way
connect7r and six terminals for the black 23-way connector.
Table 185
HPV Terminal Kits
Part Number
RPM Terminal Kit 12 Gauge
RPM Terminal Kit 14 Gauge
2585651C91
2585423C91
NOTE: The following connectors are optional because they are already provided with the RPMs.
This information is given so that the Body Builder can purchase connectors in the event that the original
connectors are damaged or lost, or so that the Body Builder can pre-fabricate a wire harness.
Table 188 – 8-Way RPM Output Connector (Brown) and 23-Way RPM Input Connector (Black)
Connector Part No.
Description
Terminal Part
Cable Seal Part
Connector Lock Part
CPA Lock
Cavity Plug
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3548934C1
2585981C91
Connector, Body, Brown 8–Way RPM Output
3534163C1 – 12 Gauge
3535931C1 – 14 Gauge
3535930C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
C3548945C1 – 12 & 14 Gauge
3535937C1 – 16 & 18 Gauge
3548943C1
3573833C1
3535938C1
Connector, Body, Black 23-Way RPM Input Kit
October 2012
1698937C1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built into the connector
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RPM Mounting Location on a DuraStar Model Truck
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Body Builder Integration Points: This is where the connections are made to integrate the hybrid ePTO
application with the chassis. The following two figures illustrate the necessary connections.
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RPM Connections for ePTO Hybrid Application
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Air Solenoid Connections for ePTO Hybrid Application
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Mounting positions for air solenoids are different based upon vehicle air accessory content. Locate the air
solenoid labeled “Pwr Take Off” for controlling the PTO mechanism.
NORMAL SYSTEM OPERATION TEST
NORMAL SYSTEM OPERATION TEST
• Start the diesel engine with transmission in neutral and the park brake set and the chassis’ hood closed.
Make sure the air pressure is greater than 110 psi and battery voltage is greater than 13.3 volts.
• Depress the ePTO button on the shifter.
• Verify that PTO lamp in the gauge cluster is turned on when the ePTO is successfully engaged.
• Verify that the diesel engine shuts off.
• Activate one of the hybrid demand circuit inputs. Verify that the hybrid electric motor activates.
• De-activate the hybrid demand circuit input. Verify that the hybrid electric motor shuts off after the
programmed timeout period has elapsed.
GENERAL SYSTEM TESTS
• To determine if the HOOD OPEN warning is working, open the hood and check that the HOOD OPEN light is
on and that the diesel engine cannot be started. (This functionality/feature also includes the park brake and
the in-cab key switch in ignition run position. The feature is designed to prevent the hybrid electric motor from
cranking or starting the engine. If the hood is open and/or the park brake is not set, the engine can still be
started from the in-cab-key switch.)
• Verify that the pin labeled HEV_ePTO_Body_Equip_Pwr_Cmd of the brown 8-way Remote Power Module
output connector has the battery voltage levels present. (If parameter 2494 is enabled [default] this output
will source 12 volts at 20 amperes once the unit is in the ePTO mode of operation. Otherwise it will source 12
volts at 20 amperes when the in-cab key switch is in the ignition/run position and the vehicle is stationary).
• Verify that the RPM input labeled HEV_ePTO_Engaged_Feedback, HEV_Remote_PTO_Disable,
HEV_Demand_Circuit_1, HEV_Demand_Circuit_2, HEV_Demand_Circuit_3 and HEV_Demand_Circuit_4
(pin positions specified by the Diamond Logic ® software) is receiving the correct voltage (12V or GND) as
specified by the programmable parameter in the Diamond Logic ® software.
• Verify that the STOP HYBRID and CHECK HYBRID lamps work by cycling the in-cab key switch to the
ignition/run position. This action will initiate a lamp test, illuminating these lamps for a period of 8 seconds
following the key switch initialization.
• If the Service Disconnect switch is pushed in, the Check Hybrid light should be solid ON to indicate the
hybrid system is offline.
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HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
LOW AIR PRESSURE TEST
• Start the diesel engine with transmission in neutral and the park brake set. Make sure the air pressure is
greater than 110 psi and battery voltage is greater than 13.3 volts.
• Depress the ePTO button on the shifter.
• Verify that the diesel engine shuts off.
• Depress the brake pedal a number of times to allow air pressure to drop below the minimum air pressure
(default = 100 psi).
• Wait for the minimum air pressure time to elapse (default = 10 sec).
• Verify that the diesel engine starts to recharge the air supply.
EPTO
DISABLE TEST
• Start the diesel engine with transmission in neutral and the park brake set. Make sure the air pressure is
greater than 110 psi and battery voltage is greater than 13.3 volts.
• Depress the ePTO button on the shifter.
• Verify that the diesel engine shuts off.
• Disengage the ePTO through the RPM input “HEV_Remote_PTO_Disable”.
• Verify that the ePTO is disabled.
• Once the HEV_Remote_PTO_Disable switch has been activated, the PTO mechanism cannot be
re-engaged until the HEV_Remote_PTO_Disable switch has been returned to its inactive state and the
ePTO request switch located in the Eaton shift console is recycled.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• This feature cannot be added aftermarket at the present time.
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EATON 6-SPD HYBRID WITHOUT ePTO CAPABILITY
13GUB
TRANSMISSION, MANUAL {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid EH-8E406A-T} 6-Speed Automated Manual, Hybrid
Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls, Without ePTO Capability
13GUC
TRANSMISSION, MANUAL {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid EH-8E406A-CDG} 6-Speed Automated Manual, Hybrid
Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls and APG Capability; Without ePTO Capability
13GUD
TRANSMISSION, MANUAL {Eaton Fuller Eaton Hybrid EH-8E406A-CD} 6-Speed Automated Manual, Hybrid
Drive Unit, With Electronic Shift Controls, Without ePTO Capability
13GSB
EATON 6SPD HYBRID WITHOUT ePTO CAPABILTY for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle, includes warning lights.
13GSS
EATON 6SPD HYBRID WITHOUT ePTO CAPABILTY for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle, includes warning lights –
Beverage Tractor Only.
This feature provides two warning lamps (STOP HYBRID and CHECK HYBRID) in a switch pack. A software
feature (see below) will need to be added if the vehicle will have a mechanical PTO installed.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
Software feature codes can be added through the Diamond Logic ® software.
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REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595BAN
Optional software feature code: 595BBA (used if a mechanical PTO is installed on the vehicle). Please see the
appropriate PTO sections elsewhere in this manual for the specific PTO installed.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
HEV SIGNALS AVAILABLE TO ADVANCED LOGIC
The following signals are available for use in Advanced Logic in Diamond Logic ®.
HYBRID FAULT
The HEV_Check_Hybrid_Input signal is an input from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to indicate a
non-critical fault in the hybrid system.
The HEV_Stop_Hybrid_Input signal is an input signal from the Hybrid Control Module (HCM) to indicate a
critical fault in the hybrid system.
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HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
TESTING
1. Verify that the STOP HYBRID and CHECK HYBRID lamps work by having key in run position and perform
a bulb check. The lamps should be on for 8 seconds.
2. Simulate the light turning on with Diamond Logic ® or Eaton Service Ranger service tools.
3.
If the Service Disconnect switch is pushed in, the Check Hybrid light should be flashing to indicate the
hybrid system is offline.
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
• This feature cannot be added aftermarket at the present time.
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HYBRID DISPLAY LOCATED IN AUXILIARY GAUGE AND SWITCH PACK (AGSP)
595BBN
HEV DRIVER DISPLAY Located in AGSP
This feature provides gauges for a visual display of the instantaneous fuel economy, high voltage battery state
of charge and electric motor torque. It also contains Hybrid Warning and Hybrid Stop Light Indicators.
The fuel economy gauge shows how fuel efficient the vehicle is running. Filter parameters may be set to keep
the calculation reasonable.
The state of charge indicates percentage of charge for the high voltage battery pack. Filtering is also allowed on
the state of charge measurement.
The torque gauge displays the amount of torque on the electric motor. Filtering is also allowed on the torque
measurement.
Each of the above gauges parameters may be set for high and low values for warning indicators to be set.
The feature also comes with six switches in a switch pack. The rightmost two positions will be filled with the
hybrid warning lamps (CHECK HYBRID [Amber] and STOP HYBRID [Red]). The open switch locations are
available for other applications.
AGSP for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
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SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE
595BBN
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODE THAT MUST BE REMOVED
595BAN
The Fuel_Econ_Filter_Heavy_Weight parameter defines the weight value for the instantaneous fuel economy
heavy filter. Heavy filtering is used for pedal < 75%.
The Fuel_Econ_Filter_Lite_Weight parameter defines the weight value for the instantaneous fuel economy low
filter. Light filtering is used for rapid acceleration (i.e. pedal > 75%.
The HEV_Fuel_Econ_Filter_Param parameter defines the gauge filter parameter for fuel economy. The higher
the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update
rate available.
The Fuel_Econ_Alrm_Ty_Param parameter defines the alarm type for the fuel economy warning (continuous,
short beeps, long beeps).
The possible settings are:
0 = No alarm (default)
1 = Continuous single tone
2 = One long beep
3 = One short beep
4 = Five short beeps
5 = Repetitive short beeps
6 = Three long beeps
7 = Ten short beeps
The HEV_Fuel_Econ_MaxWL_Gen2 parameter sets the maximum point for the fuel economy application
in-gauge warning light. When the fuel economy rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge
will illuminate.
The HEV_Fuel_Econ_MinWL_Gen2 parameter sets the minimum point for the fuel economy application
in-gauge warning light. When the fuel economy falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The HEV_SOC_Filter_Param parameter sets the gauge filter value for the battery state of charge. The higher
the number is, the faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update
rate available.
The SOC_Alarm_Ty_Param parameter defines the alarm type for the state of charge warning (continuous,
short beeps, long beeps).
The possible settings are:
0 = No alarm (default)
1 = Continuous single tone
2 = One long beep
3 = One short beep
4 = Five short beeps
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5 = Repetitive short beeps
6 = Three long beeps
7 = Ten short beeps
The HEV_SOC_MaxWL_Gen2 parameter sets the maximum point for the state of charge application in-gauge
warning light. When the state of charge value rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The HEV_SOC_MinWL_Gen2 parameter sets the minimum point for the state of charge application in-gauge
warning light. When the state of charge value falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The HEV_Torque_Param parameter sets the gauge filter value for the torque. The higher the number is, the
faster the update rate. 255 is the fastest update rate available, and 1 is the slowest update rate available.
The Torque_Alarm_Ty_Param parameter defines the alarm type for the torque warning (continuous, short
beeps, long beeps).
The possible settings are:
0 = No alarm (default)
1 = Continuous single tone
2 = One long beep
3 = One short beep
4 = Five short beeps
5 = Repetitive short beeps
6 = Three long beeps
7 = Ten short beeps
The HEV_Torque_MaxWL_Gen2 parameter sets the maximum point for the torque application in-gauge
warning light. When the torque value rises above this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will
illuminate.
The HEV_Torque_MinWL_Gen2 parameter sets the minimum point for the torque application in-gauge warning
light. When the torque value falls below this set parameter, the warning light in the gauge will illuminate.
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Table 189
Parameter
ID
Fuel_Econ_Filter_
Heavy_Weight
Fuel_Econ_Filter_
Lite_Weight
HEV_Fuel_Econ_
Filter_Param
2731
Fuel_Econ_Alrm_
Ty_Param
2723
HEV_Fuel_Econ_
MaxWL_Gen2
HEV_Fuel_Econ_
MinWL_Gen2
HEV_SOC_Filter_
Param
SOC_Alarm_Ty_
Param
HEV_SOC_MaxWL
_Gen2
HEV_SOC_MinWL_
Gen2
HEV_Torque_
Param
Torque_Alarm_Ty_
Param
HEV_Torque_
MaxWL_Gen2
HEV_Torque_
MinWL_Gen2
2733
2581
2585
2584
2580
2724
2582
2583
2577
2725
2579
2578
Description
Weight value for Inst. Fuel Econ
heavy filter
Weight low value for Inst. Fuel
Econ light filter
Gauge filter parameter
The type of alarm that will occur
when the needle reaches a
warning area on the gauge
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Gauge filter parameter
The type of alarm that will occur
when the needle reaches a
warning area on the gauge
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Gauge filter parameter
The type of alarm that will occur
when the needle reaches a
warning area on the gauge
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Gauge warning light threshold
parameter
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
10
No_ Units
0
32768
1
32
No_ Units
0
32768
1
20
No_Units
0
255
1
No alarm
List
0
7
1
254
No_Units
0
65535
1
0
No_Units
0
65535
1
10
No_Units
0
255
1
No alarm
List
0
7
1
254
No_Units
0
65535
1
0
No_Units
0
65535
1
255
No_Units
0
255
1
No alarm
List
0
7
1
254
No_Units
0
65535
1
0
No_Units
0
65535
1
WIRING INFORMATION
The Hybrid Display Module Kit is listed below. The wiring for this kit is the same as the wiring requirements for
the Auxiliary Gauge and Switch Pack (AGSP) as found in the circuit diagrams under Cab Accessories Switch
Pack Optional Gauge Pack, p. 15.
Table 190
Kit
Part Number
Hybrid Display Module
2604309C91
HOW TO ADD THIS FEATURE
Select software feature 595BBN using the Diamond Logic ® software (See Local Dealer).
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DOME LIGHT, PARK BRAKE SIGNAL, AND
SERVICE BRAKE SIGNAL
DOME LIGHT, PARK BRAKE SIGNAL, AND SERVICE BRAKE SIGNAL
The following features are part of the General Electrical System Code (08000) and are documented here for
informational purposes only. They are standard features that come with all vehicles.
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DOME LIGHT FEATURES
Standard Feature
595AKY
The dome light feature allows for the ability to program the amount of time the dome light stays on after the cab
doors have been closed, the initial brightness the dome lights will go to when the cab doors are shut and the
ability of “theater dimming” (gradually fading to black instead of immediately turning off).
Dome lamps are controlled by the BC. After the door is shut, the dome lamps stay on for 20 seconds at 80%
voltage and a slight dimming of the lamp can be observed. After the 20 seconds, the lamps will dim then go out.
The BC can be programmed by the dealer to go out as soon as the door is closed.
The dome circuit is fused internal to the BC at 10 AMP. If the vehicle has courtesy lights, do not exceed five
AMPS additional load. If the vehicle does not have courtesy lights, do not exceed eight AMPS additional load.
If additional loads are required, use a relay. If a relay is added, theater dimming must be turned off to prevent
relay chatter.
CAUTION: Care must be taken when splicing into the dome lamp circuit. Do not splice into the door switch
circuits. The door switch circuits go to the BC and do not function the same as vehicles without a BC.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
595AKY
If the Dome_Light_Dim_Enable parameter is turned on, the dome light theater dimming feature is enabled.
The Dome_Light_Dim_Step_Size parameter sets the percentage that the light will be reduced for each
20-millisecond loop.
The Dome_Light_PWM_Percent_Level parameter is the programmable percentage of maximum voltage that
the dome light will be pulling when it is waiting to dim.
The Dome_Light_Wait_Time parameter sets the amount of time, after the door is shut, that the dome light stays
at the voltage set by Dome_Light_PWM_Percent_Level before dimming at the rate set by
Dome_Light_Dim_Step_Size.
If the current in the dome light circuit falls below the level set by the Dome_Light_Lo_Current parameter, the BC
will register a fault code.
If the current in the dome light circuit exceeds the level set by the Dome_Light_Hi_Current parameter, the BC
will shut off the circuit and register a fault code.
The Dome_Light_OC_Current parameter should be left at its factory default of zero.
The Dome_Light_Key_Off_Timeout parameter sets the amount of time that the dome light will remain on after
the truck is turned off and the door is left open.
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Table 191
Parameter
Dome_
Light_Dim_
Enable
Dome_
Light_Dim_
Step_Size
Dome_Light_P
WM_Percent_
Level
Dome_Light_
Wait_Time
Dome_Light_
Lo_Current
Dome_Light_
Hi_Current
Dome_Light_
OC_Current
Dome_Light_
Key_Off_
Timeout
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ID
177
178
179
182
1895
1896
1897
2213
Description
Default
Units
Min
Max
Step
1
No_ Units
NA
NA
NA
1
Percent
1
10
1
80
Percent
10
100
5
20
s
1
655
1
0
A
0
10
0.1
10
A
0
10
0.1
0
A
0
10
0.1
10
min
1
120
1
Enable/disable dome light theater
dimming. A value of 1 enables, and a
value of 0 disables the dimming
feature.
The size (in percentages) that the
dome light_ req should be stepped
down each loop
The level at which the dome light
should be set while it is waiting to
dim
This is the amount of time the dome
light should wait before dimming.
Dome Light Low Current Detection
Level (AMPS)
Dome Light High Current Detection
Level (AMPS)
Dome Light Open Circuit Detection
Level (AMPS)
The amount of time that the dome
light will remain on after the truck is
turned off and the door is left open
PARK BRAKE APPLIED BC CONNECTIONS
Navistar provides a location to obtain a “Park Brake Applied” status signal.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
595ANR
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
There are no programmable parameters for this feature.
Pin F1 of connector #1601 is switched to 12V when the park brake is applied. This pin is rated for a maximum
load current of 0.5 AMP. This pin can be connected to a relay coil to activate a relay for park brake interlock. To
use the pin, remove cavity plug from connector and insert a wire and terminal.
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BRAKE APPLIED BC CONNECTIONS
International® provides a location to obtain a “Brake Applied” status signal.
CAUTION: CAUTION – If a stop lamp circuit is required, do not splice into the circuits that go to the brake
switches (air or hydraulic). Circuits that come from the low current, brake switches must not be altered. Any
attempt to alter will result in system trouble.
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES/PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE ADDED
595ABC
SOFTWARE FEATURE CODES THAT MUST BE REMOVED
None
There are no programmable parameters for this feature.
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DOME LIGHT, PARK BRAKE SIGNAL, AND
SERVICE BRAKE SIGNAL
If sales codes 08HAB, 08HAE, or 08HAU were not ordered, you will need to pin into the body controller to gain
access to this signal. A relay will have to be added to provide the required voltage and current. See features
08HAB, 08HAE, or 08HAU in Section 13 of this book.
Pin F15 of connector #1601 is switched to 12V when the service brake is applied. This pin is rated for a
maximum load current of 0.5 AMP. This pin can be connected to a relay coil to activate a relay for park brake
interlock. To use the pin, remove cavity plug from connector and insert a wire and terminal.
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CROSS REFERENCE
CROSS REFERENCE
This section has been added to assist you in cross referencing software feature codes from pre–2007 and post–2007
model years. It is presented in two ways, the first is sorted by the pre–2007 software feature code and the second is
sorted on the post–2007 feature code.
Table 195 – 595 Feature Codes Sorted by Pre-2007 Feature Code Number
ESC 595 Code
514011
595006
595007
595008
595009
595010
595011
595012
595013
595014
595015
595016
595017
595018
595019
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595ANL
None
595AEP
595ABB
595ABV
None
595ACB
595ABW
None
595AAZ
595AAD
595AGC
595ANE
595ALB
595AMS
595AMT
595ACE
595020
None
595021
595022
595023
595024
595AAL
595ALD
595AAV
595AKY
595025
None
595026
None
595027
None
595028
None
595029
None
595030
595031
595032
595033
595034
595ABC
595AAC
595AHE
595ACY
595AHA
595035
None
595036
None
595037
595038
595039
595040
595041
595ADP
595AYP
595ALN
595ACU
595ACZ
595042
None
595043
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ESC PROG, RR AXLE ’Shift Control W/AUTO TRANS
ESC PROG, AIR SOLENOID CONTROLLED/SWITCH
ESC PROG, AIR PRESSURE W/AIR COMPRESSOR
ESC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGE/AIR BRAKE
ESC PROG, AIR ABS WARN LIGHT & FULL POWER BRAKES, NOT TRAILER
ESC PROG, HYD ABS WARN LIGHT NOT TRAILER
ESC PROG, TRACTION WARN LIGHT NOT TRAILER
ESC PROG TRAILER ABS W/LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, PARK BRAKES W/IND LIGHT
ESC PROG, BRAKE SWITCH
ESC PROG, ENGINE EXHAUST BRAKE
ESC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE
ESC PROG, HEADLIGHTS DAY/RUN
ESC PROG, FOG LIGHT ACCOM PACKAGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, PARKING/MARKER
ESC PROG, TURN SIGNALS/BRAKE
ESC PROG, AIR HORN W/ OR WITHOUT SWITCH
ESC PROG, ELECTRIC HORN CITY
ESC PROG, DOME LIGHT W/DIM
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, WORK LIGHT W/TIMER/KEYLESS ENTRY
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, CRUISE CONTROL IND LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, VIRTUAL FUSE LEVELS FOR OMITTED ITEMS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, WINDSHIELD WIPER
ESC PROG, TRAILER MARKER LIGHTING
ESC PROG, IGNITION KEY
ESC PROG, REMOTE POWER MODULE #1
ESC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL SLIDE
ESC PROG, REMOTE ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRANSMISSION RETARDER
ESC PROG, CLUTCH SWITCH
ESC PROG, AUTO NEUTRAL
ESC PROG, REAR AXLE SHIFT CONTROL
ESC PROG, DIFFERENTIAL LOCK
ESC PROG, POWER DIVIDER LOCK
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AIR SUSPENSION DUMP
ESC PROG. FUEL FILTER PLUGGED W/LIGHT
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ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595044
595045
None
595046
None
595047
595048
595ALE
595AYD
595049
None
595050
None
595051
595052
595ACW
595ABD
595054
None
595057
595058
595059
595060
595061
595063
595064
595065
595066
595067
None
None
None
595ADZ
595ABP
595ABA
None
None
595ABL
595ABK
595068
None
595069
595ABN
595070
None
595071
None
595072
595073
595074
595075
None
None
None
595ANP
595076
None
595077
None
595078
None
595079
None
595080
None
595081
None
595082
None
595083
595AAP
595084
None
595085
None
595086
595087
595AYA
595AYB
595088
None
595089
None
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ESC PROG, WATER IN FUEL WARNING LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, INFINEON
ESC PROG, POWER WINDOW & DOOR LOCKS 1 Door
ESC PROG, LOW WASHER FLUID W/LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ELECT PARAM DEFAULT SETTINGS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, REFRIDGERANT CONTROL HVAC
ESC PROG, ENGINE FAN OVERRIDE
ESC PROG, SINGLE FUEL TANK
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, DUAL FUEL TANKS W/SINGLE ENABLED PUMP
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, XMSM OIL TEMP GAUGE FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
ESC PROG, VOLTMETER
ESC PROG, SEATBELT INDICATOR
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ENGINE OIL PRESS GAUGE
ESC PROG, ENGINE COOLANT TEMP
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, BATTERY FEED FUSE DETECTION
ESC PROG, VEHICLE SPEED GAUGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ENGINE SPEED GAUGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TURBO BOOST
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, BRAKE APPL GAUGE IN EGC/AGSP
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TURBO BOOST
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, FUEL PRESS GAUGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
T/R DATA, WARNING LIGHTS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AIR SOLENOID POWER
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRANS WARN LIGHT LCT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRANS WARN LIGHT WTEC
ESC PROG, CRUISE ’CONTROL SWITCH STATE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ENGINE FAN REQUEST
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, GAUGE CLUSTER ALARM HANDLER
ESC PROG, DUAL REAR AXLE TEMP GAUGE
EESC PROG, SINGLE REAR AXLE TEMP GAUGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, PTO ENGAGED IND LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED LCT WARN LT
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595090
None
595091
595092
595093
595ANG
595ALX
595AYK
595094
None
595095
None
595096
None
595097
595ADX
595098
None
595100
595101
595AMV
595AMW
595AYY
595ADK
None
595102
None
595103
None
595104
None
595105
595106
595107
595108
595109
595110
595111
595112
595113
595114
595115
595116
595AYS
595AAK
595ABY
595AEJ
None
595ANN
595ANB
595ADR
595AEL
595AET
595AEV
595AEU
595117
None
595118
595119
595120
595121
595122
595ALV
595AHB
595AHC
595AHD
595AHG
595123
None
595124
None
595125
595126
595127
595128
595129
595130
595131
595132
595133
595134
595135
595136
595137
595ALK
595ABH
595ABJ
None
595ABZ
595ABG
None
None
None
None
None
None
595AHW
595099
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Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, RANGE WARN LIGHT WTEC
ESC PROG, RETARD OVER HEAT WARN Light
ESC PROG, WAIT TO START IND LIGHT
ESC PROG, FRONT AIR ASSIST SUSPENSION
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AUTO ENGINE SHUTDOWN/OVERRIDE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ENGINE STATE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, DASH MTG PRO FOR CUSTOMER
ESC PROG, OIL TEMP GAUGE ENGINE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, PRESSURE GOVERNOR FIRE TRUCK
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Push Button Location A
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Push Button Location B
ESC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS
ESC PROG, AIR SHIELD LIGHT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, CRUISE/RESCM OUTPUT HANDLER
ESC PROG, HARDWARE CONFIG DATA MD ONLY
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, NETWORK CONFIG DATA MD ONLY
ESC PROG, IP CONFIG MD ONLY
ESC PROG, OMIT DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS
ESC PROG, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, 2 Doors
ESC PROG, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, 4 Doors
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, STOP RELAY Active With Brake Lights
ESC PROG, MARKER INTERRUPT SW Located in Switch Pack
T/R DATA, NO PRNDL
T/R DATA, PRNDL w/LCT 5 SPD With Park Pawl & Shifter Interlock for MD Only
T/R DATA, PRNDL w/5 Speed NO/Power PK/PAWL
T/R DATA, PRNDL LCT 5 Speed W/Power Park
T/R DATA W/WTEC 5 & 6 Speed
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
T/R DATA, PRNDL EATON TRANS DISPLAY
ESC PROG, HEATER DIAGNOSTICS
ESC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #4
ESC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #7
ESC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #2 BOC
ESC PROG, SINGLE SPD XFER CASE W/PROTECT
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, XFER CASE FOR 4X4
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, XFER CASE FOR 6X6
ESC PROG, AUXILIARY TRANS
T/R DATA, ENGINE TYPE Caterpillar
T/R DATA, ENGINE TYPE Cummins
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, KEYLESS ENTRY REMOTE
T/R DATA, ENGINE TYPE International®
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, HAZARD LT OVERRIDE BRAKES LT
October 2012
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CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595138
595139
595140
595141
595142
595143
None
None
None
None
None
595ADN
595144
None
595145
595146
595AEW
595AEZ
595147
None
595148
595149
595150
595151
None
None
595ANP
595AMY
595152
None
595153
595AAW
595154
None
595157
595158
595159
595160
595161
595ALY
595AHL
595ALZ
595AHK
595AHT
595162
595ALW
595163
595ADV
595164
595AEK
595166
595167
595168
595ALC
595ANM
595AJE
595169
None
595170
595171
595172
595173
595174
595175
595176
595AJT
595AJV
595AKJ
595AJK
595AJL
595AJM
None
595177
None
595178
595179
595180
595AKA
595AJZ
595ALR
595181
595AKB
595182
595AKC
595183
595184
595185
595AJN
595AHJ
595AAX
595186
595ALS
595187
None
595188
595AAH
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Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
T/R DATA, METRIC GAUGE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, HYDROMAX MODULE ALARM
ESC PROG, TRANS OIL TEMP GAUGE MANUAL
ESC PROG, AMMETER GAUGE 150 AMP
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRANS WARN LIGHT LCT & WTEC
ESC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED LCT & WTEC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, BRAKE APPLICATION GAUGE W/AIR BRAKE
ESC PROG, SWITCHED ACCESSORY LOAD
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, LOAD INDICATION GAUGE
ESC PROG, LOW ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL WARNING LAMP
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, HITACH
ESC PROG, HUMPHREY DRAIN VALVES
ESC PROG, 6X6 AND 4X4 TRANSFER CASES
ESC PROG, PRNDL Interlock for Column Shifter
ESC PROG, 2-SPD AXLE Parameter for MEXICO EXPORT, AND DOMESTIC Manuals
ESC PROG, FOG LIGHTS – OMIT LAMPS
ESC PROG, OMIT STOP AND REAR TAIL LOW CURRENT AND OPEN CIRCUIT
DIAGNOSTICS
ESC PROG, PDL BUZZER
ESC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL {Wabco} With Traction Warning Light, for Full Power
Hydraulic Brake or Air Brakes, Not Including Trailer
ESC PROG, 2-SPD AXLE W/XMNSN IN NEUTRAL: & W/BRAKE PEDAL & 0 SPEED
ESC PROG, ENGINE DISPLAY for HDD Engines
ESC PROG, OMIT WORK LHT DIAGNOSTICS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AIR POWERED PARK BRAKE, FOR HYDRAULIC
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO MONITOR With Indicator and Alarm
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO SHIFT With Lectra Shift Control
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONT’ROL With single external control
(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (1) With Single Latched Switches
(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (2) With Single Latched Switches
(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (3) With Single Latched Switches
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCKED AUX LOAD #1 WITH SINGLE LATCHED SWITCH
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCKED AUX LOAD #2 WITH SINGLE LATCHED SWITCH
(TEM) ESC PROG, DUAL OUTPUT AUX #1 With Single Latched Switch
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO LOGIC With Dash Switch and engagement/disengagement logic
ESC PROG, FULL POWER HYDRAULIC BRAKES
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCK AUXILIARY LOAD #1 with rocker switch and <30 MPH
Interlock
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCK AUXILIARY LOAD #2 with rocker switch and < 30 MPH
Interlock
(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (4) With single latched switch
ESC PROG, HARDWIRED TRANSMISSION RETARDER
ESC PROG, PTO, SWITCH, ENGINE
ESC PROG, FULL POWERED PARK BRAKE W/FULL POWERED BRAKES,
HYDRAULIC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, ECONOMY MODE LT W/LCT TRANS
ESC PROG, LIGHTS ON W/WIPERS
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595189
595190
595192
595193
595194
595195
595AJP
595AJR
595ABE
595AJW
None
None
595196
595AKM
595197
595198
595AMD
595AKP
595199
None
595200
595AKD
595201
595202
595AKR
595AKS
595203
595AHU
595204
None
595206
595207
595208
595209
595210
595212
595213
595214
595AHM
None
595AER
None
595AGB
595AEX
595AGL
595AGP
595215
595AGR
595218
595219
595220
595221
595222
595223
595224
595225
595227
595228
595AGS
595AMN
None
595AHN
None
595AKX
595ALU
595AGT
595AYT
595AEV
595229
None
595230
595231
595232
595AMA
595AZX
595AAA
595233
None
595234
None
595235
None
595238
595AKE
595239
595AKG
595240
595AKL
595241
595AKK
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(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (5) With single latched switch
(TEM) ESC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD (6)With single latched switch
ESC PROG, DUAL FUEL TANKS W/RELAY DRIVEN PUMP
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO SHIFT for Hydraulic Clutch engagement mechanism
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCKED AUX LOAD #3 With single latched switch
(TEM) ESC PROG, INTERLOCKED AUX LOAD #4 With single latched switch
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONTROL for combined Emergency
Power Output and Utility Application
(TEM) ESC PROG, WARNING LIGHT TAILGATE Open for TCM
(TEM) ESC PROG, IN-CAB ALARM externally controlled
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO DISENGAGE (kill switch with external switch accommodation)
(TEM) ESC PROG, DUALLY CONTROLLED AUX LOAD (1) with internal switches and
external switch accommodations
(TEM) ESC PROG, AERIAL BOOM WARNING Light and Buzzer
(TEM) ESC PROG, OUTRIGGER WARNING Light and Buzzer
(TEM) ESC PROG, ELECTRIC TRAILER BRAKE Accommodation and ESC Input and
Light Control
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, SPECIAL ENGINE AUTO RAMPING WITH PTO ENGAGED
ESC PROG, VANDAL LOCK WARNING
ESC PROG, PTO SWITCH CRUISE ENABLE, engine speed control feature
ESC PROG, ENGINE SPEED GAUGE 4000 RPM
(BUS) ESC PROG, HARDWIRE CONFIG DATA - PT
(BUS) ESC PROG, EMERGENCY EXIT BUZZER
(BUS) ESC PROG, CROSSING GATE DISABLE Switch
(BUS) ESC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS, Steering Wheel Mounted (Sequential)
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS, Steering Wheel Mounted
(Non-Sequential)
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS, Panel Mounted Switch, (Non-Sequential)
(BUS) ESC PROG, RED PUPIL WARNING LIGHT OVERRIDE Switch
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, WHEELCHAIR LIFT INTERLOCK With Indicator Light in Cluster
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, CRUISE/THROTTLE Switches in the 6 Switch Pack
(BUS) ESC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Bus Only
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS, Panel Mounted Switch, (Sequential)
(BUS) ESC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION DATA – PT
(BUS) T/R DATA PROG, PRNDL W/LCT 5-SPD W/PWR PK
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, COMBINATION STOP TURN SIGNAL/BRAKE
(BUS) ESC PROG, HAZARD LIGHTS “ON” With Pupil Warning Lights
(BUS) ESC PROG, TEM ENABLERS
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, HITACHI ESC2
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, WATER IN FUEL LIGHT, ESC2
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, BATTERY FEED FUSE DETECTION, ESC2
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, HYDRAULIC BRAKE SPLIT Hydro-Max, ESC2
(TEM) ESC PROG, DUALLY CONTROLLED AUX LOAD (2) with internal switches and
external switch accommodations
(TEM) ESC PROG, DUALLY CONTROLLED AUX LOAD (3) with internal switches and
external switch accommodations
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONTROL For Utility Application
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONTROL for Utility application for
on-Demand Engine Speed
October 2012
32 - PAGE 5
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595242
None
595243
595244
None
595AJY
595245
595AKW
595246
595AKV
595247
None
595248
595250
595AJU
595AMP
595AMR
595ABR
595251
595AZZ
595252
595253
595254
595255
595AJX
595AYC
595ADW
595AMC
595256
None
595259
595260
595261
595262
595AHX
595AHY
595AHZ
595AJA
595263
595AKN
595265
595266
595AJH
595AYN
595267
595AMZ
595269
595ALA
595270
595AGU
595271
595272
595273
595AGE
595AGG
595ACA
595274
595AHH
595275
595276
595277
595ALG
595AEY
595AJS
595278
595AME
595279
595AMG
595280
None
595281
None
595282
595AJG
595283
595AKH
595284
595ALJ
595285
595ALH
595249
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Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, SPECIAL AERIAL PKG, for Aerial Device position and warning
system
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO SHIFT for electric over air clutched engagement mechanism
(TEM) ESC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP Without Emergency Pump Motor
Functionality
(TEM) ESC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP With Emergency Pump Motor Functionality
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, SPECIAL REMOTE WARNING, for use with a remote filter clogged
warning light
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO HOURMETER ENABLE
ESC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS
ESC PROG, WORK LIGHT W/TIMER & KEYLESS ENTRY
BC PROG, PARK/MARKER LIGHTS Dual Output, 20 AMP
ESC PROG, PARKING/MARKER W/15AMP FUSE
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO SHIFT for electric over air non-clutched engagement mechanism
ESC PROG, WINDSHIELD WIPER ESC2
ESC PROG, ENG OIL TEMP GAUGE W/DISCRETE INPUT
(TEM) ESC PROG, WARNING LIGHT TAILGATE OPEN for Manual Transmission
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO TEMPORARY DISABLE accommodation
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally closed solenoid (qty 1)
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally closed solenoid (qty 2)
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally closed solenoid (qty 3)
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally closed solenoid (qty 4)
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONTROL for Refuse application for
on-demand engine speed
(TEM) ESC PROG, High Current Load relay output
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO MONITOR with Indicator and ESC input
(TEM) ESC PROG, PTO SHIFT for electric over air clutched mechanism with included
solenoid
(TEM) ESC PROG, XFER CASE With Neutral Gear, for 6X6 or 4X4
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS, Panel Mounted Switch, With Override
“RED” Light
(BUS) ESC PROG, DOOR CONTROL Steering Wheel Mounted
(BUS ESC PROG, DOOR CONTROL, Panel Mounted
ESC PROG, SUSPENSION DUMP, DUAL SOLENOIDS
ESC PROG, XFER CASE PTO
Accommodation with 4X4 or 6X6 Transfer Case With Neutral Gear
(BUS) ESC PROG, DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT
(BUS) ESC PROG, CROSSING GATE DISABLE, Stop Arm Inhibit
(TEM) ESC PROG, ADD AUX LOAD (6) Additional Rocker Switches (same as 595243)
(BUS) ESC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES Primary & Secondary, for Air Brake
Chassis
(BUS) ESC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES for Hydraulic Chassis With Air
Compressor
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, Hitachi ESC2, FOR BUS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, REAR AXLE SHIFT CONTROL Zero Solenoid Count
ESC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #4 Mounted At End of Frame; max. 20 amps per
Channel; Max 80 amp Total (Includes 1 Switch Pack With 6 Latched Switches)
ESC PROG, I/O EXPANSION Harness (for Diamond Logic ® Builder) Provides 2 Digital
Inputs & 2 Relay Driver Outputs
ESC PROG, SPECIAL FUEL WARNING SINGLE TANK Low Fuel Warning Light and
Audible Alarm Activated Separately so Warning Light is Activated Prior to Audible Alarm
(BUS) ESC PROG, DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT Non-Programmable
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595286
595AGV
595287
595288
595289
595291
595292
595293
595295
595296
595297
595AYL
595AJD
None
595AGK
595AMB
595AGN 595AYM
595AGM
595AZY
595AKZ
595298
595AJJ
595299
595300
595301
595AKT
595AJC
595AKU
595302
None
595303
None
595304
None
595306
595307
595308
595AEH
595AGH
595AGJ
595309
None
595310
None
595311
None
595312
595AGW
595313
595AGX
595314
595315
595316
595317
595AAH
595AGA
595ANK
595AEL
595318
595AGY
595319
595AGZ
595320
None
595321
595322
595323
595324
595AYY
595AMX
595AHP
595AMH
595325
595AMJ
595326
595AHR
595327
595328
595AHS
595AZV
595329
None
595330
595331
595AMM
595AND
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS Panel Mounted Switch, (Non-Sequential),
Manual Activated Stop Arm and Crossing Gate With Alarm
(BUS) PROG, THROTTLE Without Cruise Control, in the Switch Packs
ESC PROG, WIPERS W/SPEED OVERRIDE for ESC2
ESC PROG, WIPERS W/SPEED OVERRIDE FOR ESC1
ESC PROG, FUEL FILTER PLUGGED W/LIGHT/I6 ENG
(BUS) ESC PROG, SEPARATE STOP TURN SIGNAL/BRAKE
ESC PROG, LIFT GATE WIRING PACKGE
ESC PROG, WATER IN FUEL LIGHT With J1939, for 2004 International® I6 Engines
ESC PROG, PRE-TRIP, ALL EXTERIOR LAMPS “”
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally open solenoids (qty 5)
(TEM) ESC PROG, IP CLUSTER DISPLAY Omit Display of Fault Codes in Instrument
Cluster, Requires Service Tool to Retrieve and View Fault Codes
(TEM) ESC PROG, WARN TAILGATE OPEN Dump Box Application
(TEM) ESC PROG, UNIVERSAL AIR SOLENOID using normally open solenoids (qty 6)
(TEM) ESC PROG, WARN DUMP BODY UP Application
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, BUS FMVSS VALIDATION
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, BUS ABS FMVSS VALIDATION
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, BUS PWL FMVSS VALIDATION
(BUS) ESC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK with Rocker Switch Activation
(BUS) ESC PROG, Redundant Door Controls
(BUS) ESC PROG, Manual Door
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AXLE, LIFT, CONTROLS for Automated and Manual Controls
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, NVM, FOR BUS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ELECCTRICAL SYSTEM CONTROLLER, NVM, FOR TRUCK
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING – Steering Wheel Mounted (SEQUENTIAL
WHERE DOOR CLOSED EXTINGUISHES RED PWL MODE)
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING – SEQUENTIAL FLASHERS VARIATION WITH A
THREE POSITION ROTARY DOOR SWITCH
ESC PROG, HEADLIGHTS ON W/WIPERS
(BUS) ESC PROG, Red Always Hot Override With Exit Buzzer
ESC PROG, VORAD ENGINE DISPLAY
(BUS) T/R DATA , PRNDL W/LCT 5-SPD With Park Pawl & Shifter Interlock
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS Steering Wheel Mounted Switch,
(Sequential) With Illinois Master Switch (SEQUENTIAL)
(BUS) ESC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS Steering Wheel Mounted Switch, With
Illinois Master Switch (SEQUENTIAL WHERE DOOR CLOSED EXTINGUISHES RED
PWL MODE)
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(BUS) ESC PROG, HARDWARE CONFIG DATA – PT with Extra Advanced Logic Outputs
ESC PROG, PLOW LIGHTS compatible w/ Fog Lights
(BUS) ESC PROG, IDLE SYSTEM, ENGINE RAMP With Low Battery
(BUS) ESC PROG, WHEELCHAIR LIFT INTERLOCK W/XMSN IN PARK ONLY
(BUS) T/R DATA, PRNDL W/LCT 5-SPD W/PWR PK W/LIFT DOOR SWITCH
(BUS) T/R DATA, PRNDL W/LCT 5-SPD With Park Pawl and Shifter Interlock With Lift
Door Switch
(BUS) ESC PROG, WHEELCHAIR LIFT INTERLOCK W/XMSN IN PARK ONLY W/O
INDICATOR
(BUS) ESC PROG, WHEELCHAIR LIFT INTERLOCK W/O INDICATOR
ESC PROG, PARK BRAKE ALARM
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, IDLE WARNING SHUTDOWN IND LIGHT
ESC PROG, TRANSMISSION WARN IND for LCT AND WTEC
ESC PROG, ECONOMY MODE LIGHT
October 2012
32 - PAGE 7
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595332
595ANC
595333
595334
595AZU
595AYU
595335
None
595336
595ADL
595337
595AZS
595338
595339
595AZM
595ANA
595341
None
595342
None
595343
595AZN
595344
595ANY
595345
595AZR
595346
595AZW
595347
None
595348
595AYV
595349
None
595350
None
595351
595AZJ
595352
None
595353
None
595354
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595ADA
595ADB
595ADC
595ADD
595ADG
595ADH
595ADS
595ADT
595ADU
595AEA
595AEB
595AEC
None
595AED
None
595AEE
32 - PAGE 8
ESC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED WARN Light, for LCT and WTEC XMSNs, Allison Gen 4
XMSNs
ESC PROG, INVERTER ON In Cab Multiplex Switch enables 3kw Inverter
ESC PROG, THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, AUXILLIARY IGNITION, 1 AMP
ESC PROG, REFRIDGERANT CONTROL, HVAC W/LIGHT IN LOWER CLUSTER
(BUS) ESC PROG, DLB PWL AND TURN SIGNAL GATEWAYS, w/engineering
read/write access
(BUS) ESC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION With Snooze
ESC PROG, ENGINE RAMP With A/C on, BUS
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, EXTERNAL ENGINE SPEED CONTROL for UTILITY application for
on-demand engine speed
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
(TEM) ESC PROG, SPECIAL AERIAL PKG, for Aerial Device position and warning
system
ESC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION for Child Reminder System
ESC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR Less Indicator Light in Cluster, for Cutaway Bus
Chassis
ESC PROG, DUAL A/C COMPRESSOR ACCOMMODATION; for Low Speed
Acceleration Disable for Aftermarket A/C System
ESC PROG, SPECIAL FUEL WARNING SINGLE TANK; Low Fuel Warning Light and
Audible Alarm Activated Separately so Warning Light is Activated Prior to Audible Alarm;
Gauge shows full at 7/8 Capacity
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TURN SIGNAL/BRAKE WITH BULB OUT DETECTION
ESC PROG, XFER CASE STATUS GEN 4 ALLISON
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, IND LIGHT AIR BRAKE PRESSURE FAILURE
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Wabco) WITH TRACTION WARNING LIGHT,
FOR FULL POWER HYDRAULIC BRAKE, AIR BRAKE SYSTEM, NOT INCLUDING
TRAILER
ESC PROG, MAX SPEED PARAMETER; Set at 80 mph, With Bus Models with Steering
Wheel Control Pupil Warning lights.
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL (Wabco ATC ENABLE/DISABLE) With Traction
Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL (Bendix ATC OFF ROAD) With Traction Control
Warning Light & Switch, for Air Brake Systems Only, Not Including Trailers
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
ESC PROG, WORK LIGHT Includes Keyless Entry and Timer Function Effects, (2) Default
Switch Located in Center Panel
BC PROG, BRAKE APPL GAUGE IN Prostar Secondary Gauge Cluster
BC PROG, TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Accessory Powered
BC PROG, TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Battery Powered
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Single
BC PROG, FUEL HEATER Will be Activated by BC
BC PROG, COMPASS DISPLAY
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Eaton
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Freedomline
BC PROG, INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Cab
BC PROG, ROLL STABILITY PROG
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Dual PTO
BC PROG, ELECT LOAD W/ICON SYS
BC PROG, BRAKE WARN INDICATOR Light and Audible Alarm; Parking Brake/Motion
Warning System for Engaged Parking Brake
BC PROG, COLLISION AVOIDANCE Requires Input From the Right Turn Signal.
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
None
None
None
None
595AEG
595AES
595BAA
595BAB
None
595BAC
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595AAE
595AAG
595AAJ
595AAM
595AAN
595AAR
595AAS
595AAT
595AAU
595ABM
595ABS
595ABT
595ABU
595ABX
595ACC
595ACD
595ACE
595ACG
595ACL
595ACM
595ACN
595ACP
595ACR
595ACS
595ACT
595ACV
595ACX
595ADJ
595ADM
595ADY
595ALL
595ALM
595ALT
595AMU
595ANR
595ANS
None
595ANT
None
595ANU
None
None
None
595ANV
595ANW
595ANX
None
595ANZ
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595AXY
595AYE
595AYG
595AYH
595AYJ
595AYM
595AYR
None
595AYW
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC PROG, SKIRT LIGHTS Customer Supplied
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK for MD, RH & SS
BC PROG, AIR POWER HYD PARK
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE {Borg-Warner} Variable Speed
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 Speed Transmission With Power Park & Arens
Shifter
BC PROG, WINDSHIELD WIPER
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL With Auto
BC PROG, HEADLIGHT REMINDER
BC PROG, PARK/MARKER LIGHTS
BC PROG, MARKER INTERRUPT SW Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS in Cab
BC PROG, INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS in Sleeper
BC PROG, INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Sleeper
BC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS Rocker Switch, Aftermarket Only
BC PROG, TACHOMETER 2500 RPM
BC PROG, WORKLIGHT ON W/BACKUP
BC PROG, REMOTE for Worklights
BC PROG, REMOTE for Trailer Auxiliary Circuit Battery Powered
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK for ProStar
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Dual
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Single
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Rocker Switch
BC PROG, OUTSIDE TEMP MONITOR
BC PROG, ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTL
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, AIR HORN Analog Input
BC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL UNLOCK
BC PROG, FRT AXLE LOAD MONITOR
BC PROG, RR AXLE LOAD MONITOR
BC PROG, LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL Includes Two Switches one for each Differential
BC PROG, ENGINE AIR MONITOR
BC PROG, INTAKE MANIFOLD PRESS
BC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP In Bunk
BC PROG, HVAC In Sleeper
BC PROG, TRANS OIL TEMP Through Body
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Rocker Switch
BC PROG, FLASHER SYS OUTPUTS
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Single Left Side
BC PROG, WORK LIGHT Rocker Switch
BC PROG, PARK BRAKE RELAY
BC PROG, MAX. ENGINE OIL TEMP Before the Warn Indicator Light is Activated
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Cummins ICON, W/Freedomline Xmsns,
Cruise Control State Must be Maintained Across Key Cycles Instead of Resetting
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE Increment/Decrement to allow idle adjust on Cummins or IBB
Engines
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION No On Board Display
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION Display in Gauge Cluster
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION In VID
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Cummins ICON, N/Freedomline Xmsns, Cruise
Control State Must be Maintained Across Key Cycles Instead of Resetting
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Dual Right Side Draw
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION for ProStar
BC PROG, ENGINE TYPE MFG International® HDD
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE Variable Speed
BC PROG, CRUSE CONT’L STEER WH ON/OFF, With Diagnosable Switches
BC PROG, LIFT GATE WIRING PACK Rocker Position
BC PROG, ECONOMY MODE SWITCH
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. Indicator for Clogged Diesel Particulate Filter in
Aftertreatment
October 2012
32 - PAGE 9
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
None
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595AYX
None
595AYZ
None
595AZA
None
595AZB
None
595AZC
None
595AZD
None
595AZE
None
595AZG
None
None
None
None
None
595AZH
595AZK
595AZL
595BAD
595BAE
None
595BAG
None
None
595BAH
595BAJ
None
595BAK
None
None
None
595BAL
595BAM
595BAN
None
595BAP
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BAR
595BAS
595BAT
595BAU
595BAV
595BAW
None
595BAX
None
595BAY
None
595BAZ
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BBA
595BBB
595BBC
595BBD
595BBE
595BBG
None
595BBH
None
595BBJ
None
595BBL
None
595BBM
None
None
None
None
None
595BBN
595BBR
595BHG
595BHH
595BHJ
32 - PAGE 10
BC PROG, EXHAUST HIGH TEMP Indicator for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment)
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH Latched (TWO POSITION, BI-STABLE)
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH Momentary (THREE POSITION,
CENTER-STABLE)
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BR With Programmable Levels; Uses On/Off
Switch in Steering Wheel and 1/2/3 Switch in Switchpack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BR With Programmable Levels; Located in Switch
Pack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BR With Variable & Programmable Levels; Located
in Switch Pack
BC PROG, EXHAUST TEMP LIGHT Indicator Light in IP; for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment) for ProStar.
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. Indicator Light in IP; for Clogged Diesel
Particulate Filter In Aftertreatment, for ProStar
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH for Aftertreatment
BC PROG, FRT AXLE LOAD MONITOR Meets SAE Standard, Forward Axle
BC PROG, RR AXLE LOAD MONITOR Meets SAE Standards, for Rear Axle
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Bus Body Controller
BC PROG, DATA LOG INDICATOR for Telematics System
BC PROG, SEATBELT LIGHT IND. Alarm and Continuous Flashing Indicator until
Seatbelt is Fastened
BC PROG, INVERTER ON Stationary and Moving
BC PROG, INVERTER ON Stationary Only
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE SHUTDOWN Indicator Light in Cluster Warning that Engine
Ready to Shutdown
BC PROG, INDICATOR, HOOD OPEN for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, HEV E-PTO for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, WARNING LIGHTS for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, SEATBELT LIGHT IND. for BUS; Alarm and Continuous Flashing Indicator
until Seatbelt is Fastened
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Heat/HVAC
BC PROG, REMOTE ENGINE SPEED With Cummins Engine
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL With Pupil Warning with Auto
BC PROG, HEADLIGHT REMINDER for Bus
Engine Exhaust Regeneration Control and Monitoring for BUS
BC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL UNLOCK Includes Two Air Solenoids
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Wabco ATC ENABLE?DISABLE} With Traction
Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic
BC PROG, 5TH WHEEL JAW MONITOR Includes Two Warning Indicators
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS With Auto Headlights, Rocker Switch to be located in Center
Panel Switch Housing, for Bus
BC PROG, CONVENTIONAL PTO With HEV (non-ePTO)
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN OVERRIADE for Low Air Pressure, No Switch
BC PROG, AIR SUSPENSION DUMP Programmable Max Speed
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID #6 (Universal Normally Closed)
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Eaton with Park Prawl
BC PROG, THEFT DETERRENT SYS for ProStar
BC PROG, PRNDL No PRNDL With 1000/2000 6 Speed Transmission not With Power
Park or Park Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL No PRNDL With 1000/2000 6 Speed Transmission With Power Park &
Shifter Interlock
BC PROG, HEV ADVANCED LOGIC for Open Center Hydraulic Systems
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE SHUTDOWN 2010 Indicator Light in Cluster Warning that
Engine Ready to Shutdown
BC PROG, HEV DRIVER DISPLAY Located in AGSP
BC PROG, TURN SIGNAL BULB OUT ECE R48 Compliant with Fault Detection
SINGLE SPD XFER CASE W/ODOMETER SHUTOFF
HEADLIGHT REMINDER #2
BC PROG, LOGIC BUILDER FOR DLB LIGHT ACCESS
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BHK
595BHL
595BHM
595BHN
595BHP
595BHR
595BHS
595BHT
595BHU
595BHV
595BHW
595BHX
595BHY
595BHZ
595BJA
595BJB
None
595BJC
None
595BJD
None
None
None
None
595BJE
595BJG
595BJH
595BJJ
None
595BJK
None
595BJL
None
None
595BJM
595BJN
None
595BJP
None
595BJR
None
595BJS
None
None
None
None
None
595BJT
595BJU
595BJV
595BJW
595BJX
None
595BJY
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BJZ
595BKA
595BKB
595BKC
595BKD
595BKE
595BKG
None
595BKH
None
None
None
595BKJ
595BKK
595BKL
None
595BKM
None
595BKN
None
595BKX
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC PROG, HVAC In Cab With Switch Controls (Bergstrom)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (6)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (6)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (6)
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD #7 for (2) Rocker Switches and (2) Relays
BC PROG, HEV E-PTO 2010 Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, WAIT TO START IND. 2010
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. 2010, Indicator for Clogged Diesel Particulate
Filter in Aftertreatment
BC PROG, EXHAUST HIGH TEMP 2010, Indicator for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment)
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH 2010, Latched
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH 2010, Momentary
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010, for MD, RH & SS
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010 Aftertreatment
BC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED WARN 2010, Light for 1000, 2000, 3000 & 4000 Allison
Gen 4 Transmission
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Bendix ATC Off Road) 2010, With Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010, for ProStar & LoneStar
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Sleeper (Behr) and Cab (Bergstrom)
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Wabco ATC MUD/SNOW) 2010, With Traction
Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic Brake or Air Brakes, Not Including Trailer
BC PROG, LOGIC BUILDER 2010 Enabler
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR 2010, for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Remote Power
Module
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR 2010, for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Body Controller
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010 for Bus
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010, for Aftertreatment Switch Blank for BUS
BC PROG, DIESEL PART FILTER ID 2010 Level Indicator
BC PROG, XFER CASE 2 SPD W/2007 V8
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {(Wabco ATC ENABLE/DISABLE}) 2010, With
Traction Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Bus Pupil Warning Lights
BC PROG, FULL TIME LIGHTS
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM for Heat/HVAC (Bergstrom)
BC PROG, HVAC, In Sleeper (Bergstrom) and Cab (Behr)
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Truck Body Controller #2
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Bus Body Controller #2
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR 2010 With Indicator Light in Cluster
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR 2010 With Transmission in Park, Indicator Light
in Cluster, Bus Only
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO SINGLE, for 2010
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO for 2010; Dual PTO
BC PROG, ENGINE RETARDER for 2010; Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, ENGINE RETARDER for 2010; With Programmable Levels; Uses On/Off
Switch in Steering Wheel and 1/2½/3 Switch in Switchpack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE with Optional Jake Brake Foot Pedal
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IN {Bendix ATC ENABLE/DISABLE} With Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes
October 2012
32 - PAGE 11
CROSS REFERENCE
ESC 595 Code
2007 BC
PRE 2007 Feature Description
595 Code
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
None
595BKY
None
None
595BKZ
595BLA
None
595BLB
None
None
None
595BLM
595BLN
595BLP
None
595BLS
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BLT
595BLU
595BLV
595BLW
595BLX
595BLY
595BLZ
595BMA
595BMH
595BMJ
595BMK
595BML
595BMN
None
595BMS
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BMT
595BMU
595BMV
595BMW
595BMX
595BMY
None
595BMZ
None
595BNA
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BNB
595BNJ
595BNN
595BNP
595BNY
595BPB
595BPC
None
595BPD
None
595BPE
None
595BPG
None
595BPK
None
595BPL
None
595BPM
32 - PAGE 12
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT for (1) Dash Switch with 30 AMP Relay, for Customer Provided
PTO
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Cab With Remote AC Condenser
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Cab & Sleeper With Remote AC Condenser
BC PROG, HVAC 2010 in Cab With Remote AC Condenser, with Pinout/Relay Drivers 31
& 32
BC PROG, HVAC Condenser Pusher Fan Control
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Highbeam Flash
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Lowbeam or Highbeam Flash
BC PROG, AIR SUSP LOAD CONTRL for Tandem Weight Bias Suspension Air Control
Valve
BC PROG, SNOW VALVE Engine Air Intake
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #7 for Tandem Hendrickson HAS 40-6-K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #2 for Single HAS 23K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #3 for Single IROS Long MSM 12-15.5K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #4 for Single IROS Long MSM 18-21K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #5 for Single IROS Short MSM 20K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #6 for Tandem Hendrickson HTB 40K
BC PROG, ROLL STABILLITY PROG {Wabco}
BC PROG, TRANS HILL START AID for Ultra Shift Plus Transmission
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS REAR ECE R38 Compliant, Red LED
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS ECE R19/48 Compliant
BC PROG, DAYTIME RUN/LIGHT ECE R87/48 Compliant
BC PROG, IND DAY RUN/LIGHTS ECE R48, On Dash
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Bendix ATC Enable/Disable} with Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes, with 2010 Cluster
BC PROG, IND LIGHT AIR BRAKE Pressure Failure
BC PROG, ADJ SPEED LIMIT Include Switch in Center Panel
BC PROG, ACCELERATOR INTERLOCK
BC PROG, UPSHIFT INDICATOR LIGHT
BC PROG, USER ACTIVATED DATA Logger
BC PROG, ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTRL 11.8 Volts
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010, Aftertreatment to Allow Parked Regen
Below Light Level for Service Use Only, Do Not Infuse
BC PROG, BRAKE LT W/Retarder ECE or ADR Compliant; Brake Light ON with Retarder
Activated
BC PROG, DM1 HEARTBEAT for pre 2007 Engines
BC PROG, HYDRAULIC BRAKE SPLIT for Hydro Max
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Dual PTO, for 2010 with 42 Parameters
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO, Single PTO, for 2010 with 42 Parameters
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN WARNING BUZZER
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE Variable Speed
BC PROG, CRUISE SWITCH DISABLE with Park Brake Set
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission not With Power Park or Park
Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Park Prawl and Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Power Park and Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable and
Park Prawl and Shifter Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable not With
Power Park or Park Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable and
Power Park and Shifter Interlock
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
Table 197 – 595 Feature Codes Sorted by Post-2007 Feature Code Number
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595AAA
595AAC
595AAD
595AAE
595AAG
595AAH
595AAH
595AAJ
595AAK
595AAL
595AAM
595AAN
595AAP
595AAR
595AAS
595AAT
595AAU
595AAV
595AAW
595AAX
595AAZ
595ABA
595ABB
595ABC
595ABD
595ABE
595ABG
595ABH
595ABJ
595ABK
595ABL
595ABM
595ABN
595ABP
595ABR
595ABS
595ABT
595ABU
595232
595031
595015
None
None
595188
595314
None
595106
595021
None
None
595083
None
None
None
None
595023
595153
595185
595014
595063
595008
595030
595052
595192
595130
595126
595127
595067
595066
None
595069
595061
595250
None
None
None
595ABV
595009
595ABW
595ABX
595ABY
595ABZ
595ACA
595012
None
595107
595129
595273
595ACB
595011
595ACC
595ACD
595ACE
595ACG
595ACL
595ACM
595ACN
595ACP
595ACR
595ACS
595ACT
None
None
595019
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER
BC PROG, KEY STATE
BC PROG, BRAKE SWITCH
BC PROG, WINDSHIELD WIPER
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL With Auto
BC PROG, LIGHTS ON W/WIPERS
BC PROG, LIGHTS ON W/WIPERS
BC PROG, HEADLIGHT REMINDER
BC PROG, DRL OMIT
BC PROG, TURN SIGNALS/BRAKE With Combined Stop and Turns
BC PROG, PARK/MARKER LIGHTS
BC PROG, MARKER INTERRUPT SW Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, CRUISE CONT’L STEER WHEEL
BC PROG, INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS in Cab
BC PROG, INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS in Sleeper
BC PROG, INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Sleeper
BC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS Rocker Switch, Aftermarket Only
BC PROG, HORN ELECTRIC
BC PROG, LOW ENGINE COOLANT
BC PROG, THROTTLE SWITCH Pack On/Off
BC PROG, PARK BRAKE INDICATOR
BC PROG, SEATBELT INDICATOR
BC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES
BC PROG, TRAILER LIGHTING
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Single Right Side
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Dual Left Side Draw
BC PROG, ENGINE TYPE MFG International®
BC PROG, ENGINE TYPE MFG Caterpillar
BC PROG, ENGINE TYPE MFG Cummins
BC PROG, ENGINE COOLANT TEMP
BC PROG, ENGINE OIL PRESS GAUGE
BC PROG, TACHOMETER 2500 RPM
BC PROG, SPEEDOMETER
BC PROG, VOLTMETER
BC PROG, WORK LIGHT Push Button B
BC PROG, WORKLIGHT ON W/BACKUP
BC PROG, REMOTE for Work Lights
BC PROG, REMOTE for Trailer Auxiliary Circuit Battery Powered
BC PROG, ABS INDICATOR for Full Power Hydraulic OR Air Brake Systems, Not
Including Trailer
BC PROG, TRAILER ABS INDICATOR
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK for ProStar
BC PROG, POWER WINDOW/DOOR LOCK With 2 Doors
BC PROG, KEYLESS ENTRY REMOTE
BC PROG, AIR SUSPENSION DUMP
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Bendix ATC Off Road} With Traction Warning
Light, for Air Brakes
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Dual
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Single
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Rocker Switch
BC PROG, OUTSIDE TEMP MONITOR
BC PROG, ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTL
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, AIR HORN Analog Input
BC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL UNLOCK
BC PROG, FRONT AXLE LOAD MONITOR
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR
BC PROG, LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL Includes Two Switches one for each Differential
October 2012
32 - PAGE 13
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595ACU
595ACV
595040
None
595ACW
595051
595ACX
595ACY
595ACZ
595ADA
595ADB
595ADC
595ADD
595ADG
595ADH
595ADJ
595ADK
595ADL
595ADM
595ADN
595ADP
595ADR
595ADS
595ADT
595ADU
595ADV
595ADW
595ADX
595ADY
595ADZ
595AEA
595AEB
595AEC
None
595033
595041
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595100
595336
None
595143
595037
595112
None
None
None
595163
595254
595097
None
595060
None
None
None
595AED
None
595AEE
595AEG
595AEH
595AEJ
None
None
595306
595108
595AEK
595164
595AEL
595113
595AEL
595317
595AEP
595AER
595AES
595007
595208
None
595AET
595114
595AEU
595116
595AEV
595115
595AEV
595228
595AEW
595AEX
595AEY
595AEZ
595AGA
595AGB
595AGC
595145
595212
595276
595146
595315
595210
595016
32 - PAGE 14
BC PROG, LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL for Single & Dual With Single Switch
BC PROG, ENGINE AIR MONITOR
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN OVERRIDE Includes Manual Switch for Automatic Manual Fan
Control
BC PROG, INTAKE MANIFOLD PRESS
BC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL SLIDE
BC PROG, POWER DIVIDER LOCK
BC PROG, BRAKE APPL GAUGE IN Prostar Secondary Gauge Cluster
BC PROG, TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Accessory Powered
BC PROG, TRAILER AUX CIRCUIT Battery Powered
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Single
BC PROG, FUEL HEATER Will be Activated by BC
BC PROG, COMPASS DISPLAY
BC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP In Bunk
BC PROG, AIR SHIELD LIGHTING
BC PROG, HVAC In Cab
BC PROG, HVAC In Sleeper
BC PROG, METRIC GAUGE
BC PROG, CLUTCH SWITCH
BC PROG, PRNDL No PRNDL, Manual Transmission
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Eaton
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Freedomline
BC PROG, INTERIOR FLOOR LIGHTS in Cab
BC PROG, PDL WARNING BUZZER
BC PROG, MONITOR ENG OIL TEMP Through Body Controller
BC PROG, MONITOR ENG OIL TEMP Through ECM
BC PROG, TRANS OIL TEMP Through Body
BC PROG, TRANS OIL TEMP Through TCM
BC PROG, ROLL STABILITY PROG
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Dual PTO
BC PROG, ELECT LOAD W/ICON SYS
BC PROG, BRAKE WARN INDICATOR Light and Audible Alarm; Parking Brake/Motion
Warning System for Engaged Parking Brake
BC PROG, COLLISION AVOIDANCE Requires Input From the Right Turn Signal.
BC PROG, SKIRT LIGHTS Customer Supplied
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK for Bus
BC PROG, POWER WINDOW/DOOR LOCK With 4 Doors
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Wabco ATC MUD/SNOW} With Traction Warning
Light, for Full Power Hydraulic Brake or Air Brakes, Not Including Trailer
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 SPD Transmission With Park Pawl & Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 SPD Transmission With Park Pawl & Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES Auxiliary
BC PROG, TACHOMETER 4000 RPM
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK for MD, RH & SS
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 Speed Transmission not With Power Park or Park
Pawl
BC PROG, PRNDL With 3000/4000 5 & 6 Speed Transmission
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 Speed Transmission With Power Park & Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 Speed Transmission With Power Park & Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, TRANS OIL TEMP
BC PROG, CROSSING GATE DISABLE Switch Mounted in Panel
BC PROG, CROSSING GATE DISABLE Switch With Stop Arm Inhibit, Mounted in Panel
BC PROG, AMMETER 150 AMP
BC PROG, BUZZER EMERGENCY EXIT Red Always Hot Override With Exit Buzzer
BC PROG, BUZZER EMERGENCY EXIT and Warning Light
BC PROG, ENGINE EXHAUST BRAKE
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595AGE
595AGG
595AGH
595AGJ
595AGK
595AGL
595AGM
595271
595272
595307
595308
595291
595213
595295
595AGN
595293
595AYM
595293
595AGP
595214
595AGR
595215
595AGS
595218
595AGT
595225
595AGU
595270
595AGV
595286
595AGW
595312
595AGX
595313
595AGY
595318
595AGZ
595319
595AHA
595AHB
595AHC
595AHD
595AHE
595AHG
595AHH
595AHJ
595AHK
595AHL
595AHM
595AHN
595034
595119
595120
595121
595032
595122
595274
595184
595160
595158
595206
595221
595AHP
595323
595AHR
595326
595AHS
595AHT
595AHU
595AHW
595AHX
595AHY
595AHZ
595AJA
595AJC
595327
595161
595203
595137
595259
595260
595261
595262
595300
595AJD
595288
595AJE
595168
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC PROG, SWITCH, DOOR CONTROL Steering Wheel Mounted
BC PROG, SWITCH, DOOR CONTROL Mounted in Panel
BC PROG, SWITCH, DOOR CONTROL Mounted in Panel and Steering Wheel
BC PROG, SWITCH, DOOR CONTROL for Manual Door Input Switch
BC PROG, FUEL FILTER PLUGGED
BC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION
BC PROG, WATER IN FUEL IND.
No Previous Feature
BC PROG, LIFT GATE WIRING PAK Push Button B
No Previous Feature
BC PROG, LIFT GATE WIRING PAK Push Button B
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Steering Wheel Mounted (Sequential),
Auto Activated Stop Arm and Crossing Gate Without Alarm
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Steering Wheel Mounted
(Non-Sequential)
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Panel Mounted Switch, (Non-Sequential),
Auto Activated Stop Arm and Crossing Gate Without Alarm
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Panel Mounted Switch, (Sequential)
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Panel Mounted Switch, With Override
“RED” Light
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Panel Mounted Switch, (Non-Sequential),
Manual Activated Stop Arm and Crossing Gate With Alarm
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Steering Wheel Mounted Switch,
(Sequential), With Door Deactivation, Auto Activated Stop Arm and Crossing Gate Without
Alarm
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS 8 Lamps, Panel Mounted Switch 3 Position With
(Sequential) Operation
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS Steering Wheel Mounted Switch, (Sequential) With
Illinois Master Switch
BC PROG, PUPIL WARNING LIGHTS Steering Wheel Mounted Switch, (Sequential) With
Illinois Master Switch, With Door Deactivation
BC PROG, REMOTE ENGINE SPEED
BC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #4
BC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #7
BC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #2
BC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #1
BC PROG, SINGLE SPD XFER CASE
BC PROG, TRANSFER CASE PTO
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION RETARDER
BC PROG, 2-SPD AXLE Parameter for Use With Manual Transmission
BC PROG, TRANSFER CASE 2-SPD
BC PROG, VANDAL LOCK WARNING
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR With Indicator Light in Cluster
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR With Transmission in Park, Indicator Light in
Cluster, Bus Only
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR With Transmission in Park, Less Indicator Light in
Cluster, Bus Only
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR Less Indicator Light in Cluster, Bus Only
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS OMIT DIAGNOSTICS
BC PROG, ELECTRIC TRAILER BRAKE
BC PROG, HAZARD OVERRIDE BRAKE
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #1
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #2
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #3
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #4
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #6
BC PROG, WIPERS W/SPD OVERRIDE Includes Hi, Lo and Intermittent Speeds Plus
Washer Effects, Wiper Will be Forced to Slow Intermittent With Park Brake Set and Wiper
Left On for a Pre-determined time
BC PROG, WORK LHT DIAGNOSTICS OMIT
October 2012
32 - PAGE 15
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595AJG
595282
595AJH
595265
595AJK
595AJL
595AJM
595AJN
595AJP
595AJR
595AJS
595AJT
595173
595174
595175
595183
595189
595190
595277
595170
595AJU
595248
595AJV
595171
595AJW
595193
595AJX
595252
595AJY
595244
595AJZ
595AKA
595AKB
595AKC
595AKD
595AKE
595AKG
595AKH
595AKJ
595179
595178
595181
595182
595200
595238
595239
595283
595172
595AKK
595241
595AKL
595240
595AKM
595196
595AKN
595AKP
595AKR
595AKS
595AKT
595AKU
595AKV
595AKW
595AKX
595AKY
595AKZ
595ALA
595ALB
595ALC
595ALD
595ALE
595263
595198
595201
595202
595299
595301
595246
595245
595223
595024
595297
595269
595018
595166
595022
595047
595ALG
595275
595ALH
595285
595ALJ
595284
595ALK
595ALL
595ALM
595ALN
595ALR
595125
None
None
595039
595180
32 - PAGE 16
BC PROG, REMOTE POWER MOD #4 With Latched Switches
BC PROG, SWITCH AUXILIARY In Center Panel, With 40 amp Fuse Circuit, Accessory
Controlled
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (1) Rocker Switch
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (2) Rocker Switches
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (3) Rocker Switches
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (4) Rocker Switches
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (5) Rocker Switches
BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD for (6)Rocker Switches
BC PROG, ADD AUX SWITCHES for (6) Rocker Switches
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Remote Power Module
BC PROG, PTO HOURMETER ENABLER Captures Hours PTO is Engaged and
Displayed on LCD Cluster
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT for Lectra Shift Control
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT for Hydraulic Clutch or Pneumatic Non Clutch Engagement
Accommodation
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT With Pneumatic Non Clutch Engagement Accommodation
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT With Pneumatic Engagement Mechanism for Clutch type Electric
Over Air PTO
BC PROG, PTO CONTROL LOGIC for Dash Switch
BC PROG, DUAL OUTPUT AUX #1 With Single Latched Switch
BC PROG, INTERLOCK AUX LOAD #1
BC PROG, INTERLOCK AUX LOAD #2
BC PROG, DUAL CONTL AUX LOAD#1
BC PROG, DUAL CONTL AUX LOAD#2
BC PROG, DUAL CONTL AUX LOAD#3
BC PROG, DLB I/O EXPANSION Includes 2 Digital Inputs & 2 Relay Driver Outputs
BC PROG, EXT ENGINE SPD CONT’L for single external control
BC PROG, EXT ENGINE SPD CONT’L for on Demand Engine Speed With Utility
Application
BC PROG, EXT ENGINE SPD CONT’L With Utility Application
BC PROG, EXT ENGINE SPD CONT’L for Emergency Power Output and Utility
Application
BC PROG, EXT ENGINE SPD CONT’L On Demand Engine Speed for Refuse
BC PROG, ALARM IN CAB With External Control
BC PROG, AERIAL BOOM WARNING Light and Buzzer
BC PROG, OUTRIGGER WARNING Light and Buzzer
BC PROG, TAILGATE OPEN WARNING Light and Buzzer
BC PROG, DUMP BODY UP WARNING Light and Buzzer
BC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP With Emergency Pump Motor Functionality
BC PROG, REMOTE START/STOP Without Emergency Pump Motor Functionality
BC PROG, THROTTLE CRUISE Switches in 6 Pack
BC PROG, DOME LIGHTS
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID MODULE #5
BC PROG, TRANSFER CASE 2-SPD With Neutral Gear, for 6x6 or 4x4
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL Less Auto
BC PROG, 2-SPD AXLE Parameter for Use With Automatic Transmission
BC PROG, AIR HORN Digital Input
BC PROG, POWER WINDOW/DOOR LOCK With 1 Door
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL Active with Pupil Warning Lights or Engine Running with
Park Brake Released
BC PROG, DAYTIME RUN/LIGHT Non-Programmable; With Low Beams and Marker
Lights on Full
BC PROG, FUEL WARNING Low Fuel Warning Light and Audible Alarm Activated
Separately so Warning Light is Activated Prior to Audible Alarm
BC PROG, AUXILIARY TRANS
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Rocker Switch
BC PROG, FLASHER SYS OUTPUTS
BC PROG, RR AXLE SHIFT CONTROL Without Dash Mounted HI/LOW switch
BC PROG, HYDRAULIC BRAKE SPLIT for Full Power System
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595ALS
595ALT
595ALU
595ALV
595ALW
595ALX
595ALY
595ALZ
595AMA
595AMB
595186
None
595224
595118
595162
595092
595157
595159
595230
595292
595AMC
595255
595AMD
595197
595AME
595278
595AMG
595279
595AMH
595324
595AMJ
595325
595AMM
595330
595AMN
595219
595AMP
595249
BC PROG, POWER PARK BRAKE SPLIT for Full Power System
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Single Left Side
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Bus Only
BC PROG, HEATER DIAGNOSTICS
BC PROG, STOP/TURN/PARK/MARKER DIAGNOSTICS OMIT
BC PROG, WAIT TO START IND.
BC PROG, DRAIN VALVE {HUMPHERY}
BC PROG, PRNDL Interlock for Column Shifter with Allison 1000 & 2000 Series
BC PROG, HAZARD LIGHTS “ON” With Pupil Warning Lights
BC PROG, TURN SIGNALS/BRAKE Hazard Lights, With Separate Stop and Turns
BC PROG, TAILGATE OPEN WARNING Light and Buzzer, for Use With Non-Electronic
Transmissions Only
BC PROG, TAILGATE OPEN WARNING Light and Buzzer, for Use With Electronic
Transmissions Only
BC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES Primary & Secondary, for Air Brake Chassis, for
Bus Without Door Switch
BC PROG, AIR PRESSURE GAUGES for Hydraulic Chassis With Air Compressor, for Bus
without Door Switch
BC PROG, PRNDL W/1000/2000 5-SPD With Power Park and Lift Door BUS
BC PROG, PRNDL 1000/2000 5-SPD With Park Pawl and Shifter Interlock With Lift Door
Switch, for Bus
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION WARN IND for 1000,2000, 3000, & 4000
BC PROG, OVERRIDE DOOR/FLASH Switch, Mounted in Panel, for Red Pupil Warning
Lights
BC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS in Push Button Location A
595AMR
595AMS
595AMT
595AMU
595AMV
595AMW
595AYY
595AMX
595249
595019
595019
None
BC PROG, HEATED MIRRORS in Push Button Location B Aftermarket Only
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Push Button Location A
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS Push Button Location B
BC PROG, WORK LIGHT Rocker Switch
595099
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Push Button Location A
PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS Push Button Location B
595AMY
595151
595AMZ
595267
595ANA
595ANB
595339
595111
595ANC
595332
595AND
595ANE
595ANG
595ANK
595ANL
595ANM
595ANN
595ANP
595ANP
595ANR
595ANS
595331
595017
595091
595316
514011
595167
595110
595075
595150
None
None
595ANT
None
595ANU
None
595ANV
595ANW
595ANX
None
None
None
595322
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC
BC PROG, ENGINE RAMP With Low Battery
BC PROG, SWITCH AUXILIARY In Center Panel, With 30 amp Fuse Circuit, Accessory
Controlled
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT for Customer Provided PTO, Mounted on Dash, With
Programmable Parameters for, Engagement, Disengagement, and Reengagement
BC PROG, ENGINE RAMP With A/C on
BC PROG, MARKER INTERRUPT SW Located in Switch Pack
BC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED WARN Light, for 1000, 2000, 3000 & 4000 Allison Gen 4
Transmission
BC PROG, ECONOMY MODE LIGHT 95 for Allison Transmissions
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE Located in Switch Pack
BC PROG, RETARD OVER HEAT WARN Light
BC PROG, IP CENTER PANEL #1 Location, Reserved for Non-Multiplexed Functionality
BC PROG, REAR AXLE SWITCH CON’T With Dash Mounted HI/LOW switch
BC PROG, ENGINE DISPLAY for HDD Engines
BC PROG, STOP RELAY Active With Brake Lights
BC PROG, BRAKE APPL GAUGE IN EGC/AGSP
BC PROG, BRAKE APPL GAUGE IN EGC/AGSP
BC PROG, PARK BRAKE RELAY
BC PROG, MAX. ENGINE OIL TEMP Before the Warn Indicator Light is Activated
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Cummins ICON, W/Freedomline Xmsns, Cruise
Control State Must be Maintained Across Key Cycles Instead of Resetting
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE Increment/Decrement to allow idle adjust on Cummins or IBB
Engines
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION No On Board Display
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION Display in Gauge Cluster
BC PROG, DIAGNOSTICS LOCATION In VID
October 2012
32 - PAGE 17
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595ANY
595344
595ANZ
None
595AXY
595AYA
595AYB
595AYC
595AYD
595AYE
595AYG
595AYH
595AYJ
595AYK
595AYL
595AYM
595AYN
595AYP
595AYR
595AYS
595AYT
None
595086
595087
595253
595048
None
None
None
None
595093
595287
None
595266
595038
None
595105
595227
595AYU
595334
595AYV
595348
595AYW
None
595AYX
None
595AYY
595AYZ
595321
None
595AZA
None
595AZB
None
595AZC
None
595AZD
None
595AZE
None
595AZG
None
595AZH
None
595AZJ
595351
595AZK
595AZL
595AZM
595AZN
None
None
595338
595343
595AZR
595345
595AZS
595337
595AZU
595AZV
595333
595328
595AZW
595346
595AZX
595AZY
595231
595296
32 - PAGE 18
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR Less Indicator Light in Cluster, for Cutaway Bus
Chassis
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Cummins ICON, N/Freedomline Xmsns, Cruise
Control State Must be Maintained Across Key Cycles Instead of Resetting
BC PROG, FUEL TANK GAUGE Dual Right Side Draw
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Dual
BC PROG, AXLE TEMP GAUGE Single, for SS & Medium
BC PROG, WINDSHIELD WIPER Without Low Washer Fluid Indicator
BC PROG, LOW WASHER FLUID IND.
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION for ProStar
BC PROG, ENGINE TYPE MFG International® HDD
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE Variable Speed
BC PROG, CRUISE CONT’L STEER WH ON/OFF, With Diagnosable Switches
BC PROG, FRONT AIR SUSPENSION
BC PROG, THROTTLE CRUISE Without Cruise in Switch Pack
BC PROG, LIFT GATE WIRING PAK Rocker Position
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Body Controller
BC PROG, AUTO NEUTRAL
BC PROG, ECONOMY MODE SWITCH
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION for MD, RH, & SS
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION for Bus
BC PROG, THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM to Read a Combination Code From a 6-Pack
and Send TSC1 Messages to Limit Engine Speed if an Incorrect Code is Entered
BC PROG, XFER CASE STATUS To TCM; for Allison Gen 4 Transmissions
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. Indicator for Clogged Diesel Particulate Filter in
Aftertreatment
BC PROG, EXHAUST HIGH TEMP Indicator for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment)
BC PROG, SNOW PLOW LIGHTS GEN 2, With Rocker Switch
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH Latched (TWO POSITION, BI-STABLE)
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH Momentary (THREE POSITION,
CENTER-STABLE)
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE With Programmable Levels; Uses On/Off
Switch in Steering Wheel and 1/2/3 Switch in Switchpack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BR With Programmable Levels; Located in Switch
Pack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BR With Variable & Programmable Levels; Located
in Switch Pack
BC PROG, EXHAUST TEMP LIGHT Indicator Light in IP; for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment) for ProStar.
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. Indicator Light in IP; for Clogged Diesel Particulate
Filter In Aftertreatment, for ProStar
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH for Aftertreatment
BC PROG, MAX SPEED PARAMETER for PWL; Set at 80 mph, With Bus Models with
Steering Wheel Control Pupil Warning lights.
BC PROG, FRONT AXLE LOAD MONITOR Meets SAE Standard, Forward Axle
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR Meets SAE Standards, for Rear Axle
BC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION With Snooze
BC PROG, POST TRIP INSPECTION for Child Reminder System
BC PROG, A/C COMPRESSOR ACCOM. DUAL; for Low Speed Acceleration Disable for
Aftermarket A/C System
BC PROG, ADVANCED LOGIC DLB for Service and Engineering Changes on Bus Only
Not to be infused on any vehicle (DO NOT INFUSE)
BC PROG, INVERTER ON In Cab Multiplex Switch enables 3kw Inverter
BC PROG, PARK BRAKE ALARM
BC PROG, SPECIAL FUEL WARNING SINGLE TANK; Low Fuel Warning Light and
Audible Alarm Activated Separately so Warning Light is Activated Prior to Audible Alarm;
Gauge shows full at 7/8 Capacity
BC PROG, LOGIC BUILDER Enabler
BC PROG, EXTERIOR LIGHT CHECK Push Button “B”; for MD, RH & SS
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595AZZ
595BAA
595BAB
595251
None
None
595BAC
None
595BAD
595BAE
None
None
595BAG
None
595BAH
595BAJ
None
None
595BAK
None
595BAL
595BAM
595BAN
None
None
None
595BAP
None
595BAR
595BAS
595BAT
595BAU
595BAV
595BAW
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BAX
None
595BAY
None
595BAZ
None
595BBA
595BBB
595BBC
595BBD
595BBE
595BBG
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BBH
None
595BBJ
None
595BBL
None
595BBM
None
595BBN
595BBR
595BHG
595BHH
595BHJ
595BHK
595BHL
595BHM
595BHN
595BHP
595BHR
595BHS
595BHT
595BHU
595BHV
595BHW
595BHX
595BHY
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
BC PROG, PARK/MARKER LIGHTS Dual Output, 20AMP
BC PROG, AIR POWER HYD PARK
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE {Borg-Warner} Variable Speed
BC PROG, PRNDL With 1000/2000 5 Speed Transmission With Power Park & Arens
Shifter
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Bus Body Controller
BC PROG, DATA LOG INDICATOR for Telematics System
BC PROG, SEATBELT LIGHT IND. Alarm and Continuous Flashing until Seatbelt is
Fastened
BC PROG, INVERTER ON Stationary and Moving
BC PROG, INVERTER ON Stationary Only
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE SHUTDOWN Indicator Light in Cluster Warning that Engine
Ready to Shutdown
BC PROG, INDICATOR, HOOD OPEN for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, HEV E-PTO for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, WARNING LIGHTS for Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, SEATBELT LIGHT IND. for BUS; Alarm and Continuous Flashing Indicator
until Seatbelt is Fastened
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYS for Heat/HVAC
BC PROG, REMOTE ENGINE SPEED With Cummins Engine
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS W/DRL With Pupil Warning with Auto
BC PROG, HEADLIGHT REMINDER for Bus
Engine Exhaust Regeneration Control and Monitoring for BUS
BC PROG, FIFTH WHEEL UNLOCK Includes Two Air Solenoids
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Wabco ATC ENABLE/DISABLE} With Traction
Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic
BC PROG, 5TH WHEEL JAW MONITOR Includes Two Warning Indicators
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS With Auto Headlights, Rocker Switch to be located in Center
Panel Switch Housing, for Bus
BC PROG, CONVENTIONAL PTO With HEV (non-ePTO)
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN OVERRIADE for Low Air Pressure, No Switch
BC PROG, AIR SUSPENSION DUMP Programmable Max Speed
BC PROG, AIR SOLENOID #6 (Universal Normally Closed)
BC PROG, PRNDL Gear Display Eaton with Park Prawl
BC PROG, THEFT DETERRENT SYS for ProStar
BC PROG, PRNDL No PRNDL With 1000/2000 6 Speed Transmission not With Power
Park or Park Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL No PRNDL With 1000/2000 6 Speed Transmission With Power Park &
Shifter Interlock
BC PROG, HEV ADVANCED LOGIC for Open Center Hydraulic Systems
BC PROG, ENGINE IDLE SHUTDOWN 2010 Indicator Light in Cluster Warning that
Engine Ready to Shutdown
BC PROG, HEV DRIVER DISPLAY Located in AGSP
BC PROG, TURN SIGNAL BULB OUT ECE R48 Compliant with Fault Detection
BC PROG, SINGLE SPD XFER CASE W/ODOMETER SHUTOFF
BC PROG, HEADLIGHT REMINDER #2
BC PROG, LOGIC BUILDER FOR DLB LIGHT ACCESS
BC PROG, HVAC In Cab With Switch Controls (Bergstrom)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT RED (6)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT GREEN (6)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (1)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (2)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (3)
BC PROG, DASH IND. LT YELLOW (6)
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CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595BHZ
595BJA
595BJB
None
None
None
595BJC
None
595BJD
None
595BJE
595BJG
595BJH
595BJJ
None
None
None
None
595BJK
None
595BJL
None
595BJM
595BJN
None
None
595BJP
None
595BJR
None
595BJS
None
595BJT
595BJU
595BJV
595BJW
595BJX
None
None
None
None
None
595BJY
None
595BJZ
None
595BKA
None
595BKB
None
595BKC
None
595BKD
595BKE
595BKG
None
None
None
595BKH
None
595BKJ
595BKK
595BKL
None
None
None
595BKM
None
595BKN
None
595BKX
None
595BKY
None
595BKZ
595BLA
None
None
595BLB
None
595BLM
595BLN
595BLP
None
None
None
595BLS
None
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BC PROG, AUXILIARY LOAD #7 for (2) Rocker Switches and (2) Relays
BC PROG, HEV E-PTO 2010 Hybrid Electric Vehicle
BC PROG, WAIT TO START IND. 2010
BC PROG, EXHAUST CLOGGED IND. 2010, Indicator for Clogged Diesel Particulate
Filter in Aftertreatment
BC PROG, EXHAUST HIGH TEMP 2010, Indicator for High Exhaust Temperatures
(Aftertreatment)
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH 2010, Latched
BC PROG, INHIBIT REGEN SWITCH 2010, Momentary
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010, for MD, RH & SS
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010 Aftertreatment
BC PROG, RANGE INHIBITED WARN 2010, Light for 1000, 2000, 3000 & 4000 Allison
Gen 4 Transmission
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Bendix ATC Off Road) 2010, With Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010, for ProStar & LoneStar
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Sleeper (Behr) and Cab (Bergstrom)
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Wabco ATC MUD/SNOW) 2010, With Traction
Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic Brake or Air Brakes, Not Including Trailer
BC PROG, LOGIC BUILDER 2010 Enabler
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR 2010, for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Remote Power
Module
BC PROG, PTO MONITOR 2010, for Indicator and Alarm Connected to Body Controller
BC PROG, IP CONFIGURATION 2010 for Bus
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010, for Aftertreatment Switch Blank for BUS
BC PROG, DIESEL PART FILTER ID 2010 Level Indicator
BC PROG, XFER CASE 2 SPD W/2007 V8
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND (Wabco ATC ENABLE/DISABLE) 2010, With
Traction Warning Light, for Full Power Hydraulic
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Bus Pupil Warning Lights
BC PROG, FULL TIME LIGHTS Provides Head Lights, Park Lights, and Panel Lights when
the Engine is Running
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
BC PROG, IDLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM for Heat/HVAC (Bergstrom)
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
BC PROG, HVAC, In Sleeper (Bergstrom) and Cab (Behr)
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Truck Body Controller #2
BC PROG, BODY CONTROLLER for Bus Body Controller #2
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR 2010 With Indicator Light in Cluster
BC PROG, INTERLOCK WHEELCHAIR 2010 With Transmission in Park, Indicator Light in
Cluster, Bus Only
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Single, for 2010
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO for 2010; Dual PTO
BC PROG, ENGINE RETARDER for 2010; Located in Steering Wheel
BC PROG, ENGINE RETARDER for 2010; With Programmable Levels; Uses On/Off
Switch in Steering Wheel and 1/2/3 Switch in Switchpack
BC PROG, ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKE with Optional Jake Brake Foot Pedal
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Bendix ATC ENABLE/DISABLE} With Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes
BC PROG, PTO SHIFT for (1) Dash Switch with 30 AMP Relay, for Customer Provided
PTO
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Cab With Remote AC Condenser
BC PROG, HVAC 2010, In Cab & Sleeper With Remote AC Condenser
BC PROG, HVAC 2010 in Cab With Remote AC Condenser, with Pinout/Relay Drivers 31
& 32
BC PROG, HVAC Condenser Pusher Fan Control
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Highbeam Flash
BC PROG, HEADLIGHTS WIG WAG With Lowbeam or Highbeam Flash
BC PROG, AIR SUSP LOAD CONTRL for Tandem Weight Bias Suspension Air Control
Valve
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Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
595BLT
595BLU
595BLV
595BLW
595BLX
595BLY
595BLZ
595BMA
595BMH
595BMJ
595BMK
595BML
595BMN
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BMS
None
595BMT
595BMU
595BMV
595BMW
595BMX
595BMY
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BMZ
None
595BNA
None
595BNB
595BNJ
595BNN
595BNP
595BNY
595BPB
595BPC
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595BPD
None
595BPE
None
595BPG
None
595BPK
None
595BPK
None
595BPM
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595006
595010
595013
595020
595025
595026
595027
595028
595029
595035
595036
595042
595045
595046
595049
595050
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BC PROG, SNOW VALVE Engine Air Intake
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #7 for Tandem Hendrickson HAS 40-6-K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #2 for Single HAS 23K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #3 for Single IROS Long MSM 12-15.5K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #4 for Single IROS Long MSM 18-21K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #5 for Single IROS Short MSM 20K
BC PROG, REAR AXLE LOAD MONITOR #6 for Tandem Hendrickson HTB 40K
BC PROG, ROLL STABILLITY PROG {Wabco}
BC PROG, TRANS HILL START AID for Ultra Shift Plus Transmission
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS REAR ECE R38 Compliant, Red LED
BC PROG, FOG LIGHTS ECE R19/48 Compliant
BC PROG, DAYTIME RUN/LIGHT ECE R87/48 Compliant
BC PROG, IND DAY RUN/LIGHTS ECE R48, On Dash
BC PROG, TRACTION CONTROL IND {Bendix ATC Enable/Disable} with Traction
Warning Light, for Air Brakes, with 2010 Cluster
BC PROG, IND LIGHT AIR BRAKE Pressure Failure
BC PROG, ADJ SPEED LIMIT Include Switch in Center Panel
BC PROG, ACCELERATOR INTERLOCK
BC PROG, UPSHIFT INDICATOR LIGHT
BC PROG, USER ACTIVATED DATA Logger
BC PROG, ELECTRICAL LOAD CONTRL 11.8 Volts
BC PROG, PARKED REGEN SWITCH 2010, Aftertreatment to Allow Parked Regen Below
Light Level for Service Use Only, Do Not Infuse
BC PROG, BRAKE LT W/Retarder ECE or ADR Compliant; Brake Light ON with Retarder
Activated
BC PROG, DM1 HEARTBEAT for pre 2007 Engines
BC PROG, HYDRAULIC BRAKE SPLIT for Hydro Max
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO Dual PTO, for 2010 with 42 Parameters
BC PROG, TRANSMISSION PTO, Single PTO, for 2010 with 42 Parameters
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN WARNING BUZZER
BC PROG, ENGINE FAN DRIVE Variable Speed
BC PROG, CRUISE SWITCH DISABLE with Park Brake Set
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission not With Power Park or Park
Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Park Prawl and Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Power Park and Shifter
Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable and
Park Prawl and Shifter Interlock
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable not With
Power Park or Park Prawl
BC PROG, PRNDL with 1000/2000 6 SPD Transmission With Sixth-Gear Disable and
Power Park and Shifter Interlock
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
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32 - PAGE 21
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
32 - PAGE 22
595054
595057
595058
595059
595064
595065
595068
595070
595071
595072
595073
595074
595076
595077
595078
595079
595080
595081
595082
595084
595085
595088
595089
595090
595094
595095
595096
595098
595101
595102
595103
595104
595109
595117
595123
595124
595128
595131
595132
595133
595134
595135
595136
595138
595139
595140
595141
595142
595144
595147
595148
595149
595152
595154
595169
595176
595177
595187
595194
595195
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
October 2012
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
CROSS REFERENCE
2007 BC
595 CODE
ESC 595 CODE
POST 2007 Feature Description
***All denotes 2000, DuraStar, WorkStar, 8000, Bus and Prostar Models***
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
595199
595204
595207
595209
595220
595222
595229
595233
595234
595235
595242
595243
595247
595256
595280
595281
595289
595302
595303
595304
595309
595310
595311
595320
595341
595342
595347
Electrical Data Body Builder Book
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
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Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
Not Required or Implemented for 2007 BC
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32 - PAGE 24
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INDEX
C
Numerics
3200, DuraStar, WorkStar Models ............................06-1
595 Feature Codes Sorted by Post-2007
Feature Code Number ......................................32-13
595 Feature Codes Sorted by Pre-2007
Feature Code Number ........................................32-1
A
A/C Compressor Accom. Dual ..................................15-3
Accessory Wiring.....................................................24-39
Air Conditioning .........................................................15-1
Alarm, Parking Brake ................................................11-3
Automatic Transmission Interfaces ...........................16-1
Auxiliary 40 Amp Circuit, Switch Controlled ..............14-5
Auxiliary 7-Way Trailer Socket ................................13-10
Auxiliary Front Lights.................................................12-9
Auxiliary Harness for Auxiliary Power Source .........13-14
B
Battery Disconnect Switch.........................................07-5
Battery Warning Indicator..........................................07-8
Battery, Ignition & Accessory Taps ...........................07-1
BC Connector J1 (1603)............................................06-8
BC Connector J2 (1604)............................................06-9
BC Connector J3 (1600)............................................06-2
BC Connector J4 (1601)............................................06-4
BC Connector J5 (1602)............................................06-6
Body Builder Integration Harness..............................22-1
Body Builder Wiring..........................................13-5, 22-2
Body Builder Wiring At End of Frame........................13-3
Body Builder Wiring for Stop/Tail/Turn Lights............13-1
Body Controller..........................................................06-1
Body Integrated, Indicator Lights (Utility Solutions)...21-5
Body Integration, I/O Expansion Harness .................22-1
Brake Applied BC Connections .................................31-2
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CB & 2-Way Radio Accommodation Packages......... 08-1
CB Radios ................................................................. 08-1
Center Chassis Extension Harness......................... 13-13
Circuit Protection Devices ......................................... 04-2
Color Code System for International® Truck............. 04-1
Connectors 4450 and 4460 ....................................... 04-3
Crimp and Seal Splice Sleeve Installation................. 04-6
Cross Reference ....................................................... 32-1
D
Dash Indicator Lights............................................... 21-12
Data Link Repair........................................................ 04-6
Dome Light Features................................................. 31-1
Dual Output Latched Switch 40 Amps....................... 20-1
Dump Box Indicator Lights And Alarm ...................... 21-9
E
Eaton 6-Spd Hybrid Without ePTO Capability.........30-20
Electric Trailer Brakes ............................................. 13-15
Electrical Components Commonly Used
By Equipment Installers ...................................... 04-2
Electrical Do’s and Don'ts........................................ 04-15
Electrical Functionality Without Associated
Feature Codes .................................................... 31-1
Electrical Load Control 11.8 Volts ............................. 11-7
ePTO ....................................................................... 30-12
ePTO Demand Circuits ............................................. 30-2
ePTO Open Center Hydraulic Systems..................... 30-6
Extending Tail Light Harnesses............................... 13-11
F
Fog Light Installation ................................................. 12-7
Fog, Plow, Guide post & Wig Wag Accommodation
Packages ............................................................ 12-1
Fog/Driving Lights ..................................................... 12-1
Front Guide Post Lights........................................... 12-13
Fused Battery Connections Inside Cab..................... 10-1
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G
O
General Electrical ......................................................04-1
One Interlocked Latched Switch Disengage
at 30 MPH ...........................................................20-2
One Momentary Rocker Switch/Remote Switch
Capability ..........................................................20-14
Other External Lighting..............................................14-6
H
Hazard Light Override Stop Lights ............................11-5
Headlight Warning Buzzer.........................................11-6
Headlights On W/Wipers ...........................................07-4
Headlights Wig Wag ................................................12-14
HEV Signals Available to Advanced Logic ..............30-13
High Voltage Circuits (Greater Than 50 Volts) on
International® Trucks and Buses......................04-10
How Do I - General Information...............................04-18
How to Identify High Voltage Circuits ......................04-12
Hybrid Display Located in Auxiliary Gauge
and Switch Pack ...............................................30-22
Hybrid Electric Vehicle...............................................30-1
P
Keyless Entry System Remote/Window, Power ........09-1
Park Brake Applied BC Connections.........................31-2
Parts Information .......................................................09-5
Power Features Using Remote Power Modules........20-1
Power Source for Lift Gate ........................................27-1
Power Take Off (PTO)...............................................23-1
Power Windows, Locks, Remote Keyless Entry........09-1
PowerPack 3 for Mobile Operation..........................28-15
PowerPack 3 Primary and Temporary Mount
Features..............................................................28-1
Productivity Features.................................................11-1
PTO Accommodation Cable Shift..............................23-1
PTO Accommodation Electric Over Air Clutched ....23-35
PTO Accommodation Electric over Air
Non-Clutched ....................................................23-26
PTO Accommodation for Electric over
Hydraulic
PTO...................................................................23-17
PTO Accommodation Muncie® Powerflex*
Lectra-Shift..........................................................23-6
PTO Control.............................................................23-54
PTO Control Only for Line Haul and ProStar
Models ..............................................................23-60
PTO Hourmeter .......................................................23-83
Push Buttons - Left Side of Cluster Table .................19-3
L
R
Lift Gate Accommodation Package ...........................27-1
Lights On With Wipers (LOWW)/Day Time
Running Lights (DTRL) .....................................14-10
Radios, 2-Way...........................................................08-2
Recommended Circuit Protection..............................04-1
Remote Air Solenoid Module.....................................25-1
Remote Engine Speed Control – Caterpillar and
Cummins Engines.............................................24-39
I
In-Cab Lighting ..........................................................14-9
Indicator Lights and Alarms .......................................21-1
Instrument Cluster – Adding Air Gauges ...................17-3
Instrument Cluster - Adding Gauges .........................17-6
Instrument Cluster - Fault Codes.............................17-11
Instrument Cluster - Omit Fault Codes ....................17-11
J
J1939 High Speed Data Link Cable ........................04-10
J1939 High Speed Data Link Cable (SAE J1939/15) 04-1
Junction Block Stud ...................................................22-3
K
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INDEX
Remote Engine Speed Control features....................24-1
Remote Mounted Engine Control ............................24-13
Remote Power Modules ............................................18-1
Remote Start/Stop.....................................................26-1
Remote Start/Stop with Emergency Pump................26-3
Remote Throttle Control Interlocked to Park Brake
Applied..............................................................24-21
Routing Guidelines ..................................................04-14
Run/Stop Diesel Engine ..........................................30-10
S
Safety Information .....................................................01-1
Seatbelt Warning Prewire..........................................11-6
Servicing Navistar Products ....................................04-12
Splice Clip Installation ...............................................04-4
Splice Inspection .......................................................04-5
Standard Battery and Ignition Taps...........................07-1
Standard Tail, Marker, and Clearance Lamp
Connection..........................................................13-1
Standard Terminals and Splices ...............................04-3
Stop/Turn/Tail............................................................13-1
Suppression ............................................................04-13
Switch Actuators for Multiplex System ......................19-2
Switch, Air Horn, Passenger, Fire Truck ...................25-5
Switches and Switch Label part Numbers and
Information..........................................................19-1
Trailer Auxiliary Feed Circuit, 30 Amp
Accessory Feed ................................................ 13-11
Trailer Sockets ........................................................ 13-18
Transmission Spare Inputs/Outputs and Transmission
Codes ................................................................. 16-1
Two Indicator Lights and Audible Alarms
Programmable Mode for Various Switch
Actions (Waste Solution) .................................... 21-1
Two Interlocked Latched Switch Disengage
at 30 MPH........................................................... 20-7
Two Momentary Rocker Switches/Remote Switch
Capability .......................................................... 20-16
U
Understanding High Voltage Equipment and
Circuits on International® Products .................. 04-11
W
Windshield Wiper Speed Control .............................. 11-4
Wire Splicing ............................................................. 04-7
Work Light and Outside Cab Power Features...........14-1
Work Light/Auxiliary Rear Light ................................. 14-1
T
TEM Air Solenoids.....................................................25-1
Test Exterior Lamps Except Back Ups......................11-1
Theft Deterrent .................................................29-1, 30-1
Three Interlocked Latched Switches Disengage
at 30 MPH with PTO Accommodation ..............23-44
Three Momentary Rocker Switches/Remote Switch
Capability ..........................................................20-19
Throttle, Hand Control, Mobile, Variable Speed......24-13
Throttle, Hand Control, Stationary Pre-Set..............24-12
Throttle, Hand Control, Stationary, Variable Speed 24-12
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