BBCV Instrument Panel Service Manual

BBCV Instrument Panel Service Manual
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BBA3 Instrument Panel Service Manual
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Written
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Date
Russell Parks
11/16/04
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ACTIA Ref.
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REVISION TRACKING SHEET
Rev
A
B
C
D
Modified
R. Parks
R. Parks
R. Parks
R. Parks
Date
11-16-04
06-28-05
07-07-05
07-19-05
Comment
Original Release
Updated to current software functionality
Updated for changes in the functionality of the speed detect output
Updated for changes in the functionality of the alternator and engine door
messages.
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Table of Content
1. PART NUMBERS AND FEATURES ..................................................................................................................................6
1.1. DASH PANEL: .........................................................................................................................................................................6
1.2. SERVICE PARTS: ....................................................................................................................................................................6
2. ELEMENTS ...........................................................................................................................................................................7
3. INPUTS AND OUTPUTS .....................................................................................................................................................8
3.1.1. Connectors: ...................................................................................................................................................................8
3.1.2. J1 - Speedometer power/communication connector .....................................................................................................8
3.1.3. J2 - Speedometer I/O connector (inputs & outputs)......................................................................................................9
3.1.4. J3 - Speedometer Slave connector (communication, power supply) .............................................................................9
3.1.5. Warning Module Binary Input connector ...................................................................................................................10
3.1.6. Switch Harness Connections .......................................................................................................................................10
OPERATION ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
3.2. DISPLAY ODOMETER & CLOCK ............................................................................................................................................11
3.3. TURN SIGNAL/HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS ............................................................................................................................ 11
3.4. START-UP MODE .................................................................................................................................................................11
3.4.1. Gauges ........................................................................................................................................................................11
3.4.2. LCD.............................................................................................................................................................................11
3.4.3. Warning Lights ........................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.4.4. Communication ........................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.4.5. Audible Alarm ............................................................................................................................................................. 11
3.5. TURN-OFF ............................................................................................................................................................................12
3.6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC MODE .....................................................................................................................................................12
4. IGNITION MODE ............................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1. GAUGE DISPLAY ..................................................................................................................................................................12
4.1.1. Master Gauge – Speedometer .....................................................................................................................................12
4.1.2. Tachometer / Clock .....................................................................................................................................................12
4.1.3. Coolant temperature ...................................................................................................................................................12
4.1.4. Oil Pressure ................................................................................................................................................................ 12
4.1.4.1. Cummins ......................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.4.2. John Deere & CAT ......................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.5. Fuel gauge ..................................................................................................................................................................13
4.1.5.1. Cummins & CAT ............................................................................................................................................. 13
4.1.5.2. John Deere ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.6. Voltmeter .....................................................................................................................................................................13
4.1.6.1. Cummins & CAT ............................................................................................................................................. 13
4.1.6.2. John Deere ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.7. Ammeter ......................................................................................................................................................................13
4.1.8. Front Air Gauge.......................................................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.9. Rear Air Gauge ........................................................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.10. Transmission temperature.........................................................................................................................................13
4.2. APPLIED AIR FEATURE .........................................................................................................................................................13
4.2.1. Applied Front Air Gauge ............................................................................................................................................14
4.2.2. Applied rear Air Gauge ..............................................................................................................................................14
4.3. BACKLIGHTING ....................................................................................................................................................................14
4.4. GAUGES INTERNAL WARNING INDICATORS .........................................................................................................................14
4.4.1. Low Oil Pressure ........................................................................................................................................................14
4.4.2. High Coolant Temperature .........................................................................................................................................14
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4.4.3. High Transmission Temperature ................................................................................................................................ 14
4.4.4. Low Fuel Level............................................................................................................................................................ 14
4.4.5. Low Air Pressure - Front ............................................................................................................................................14
4.4.6. Low Air Pressure - rear ..............................................................................................................................................15
4.4.7. Low/High Battery voltage ...........................................................................................................................................15
4.4.8. Low Applied Air Pressure - Front............................................................................................................................... 15
4.4.9. Low Applied Air Pressure - rear .................................................................................................................................15
4.5. WARNING BANK INDICATORS ..............................................................................................................................................15
4.5.1. Left Turn .....................................................................................................................................................................15
4.5.2. Right Turn ...................................................................................................................................................................15
4.5.3. Park Brake ..................................................................................................................................................................15
4.5.4. High Beam ..................................................................................................................................................................15
4.5.5. Stop Engine .................................................................................................................................................................15
4.5.6. Wait to Start ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
4.5.6.1. CAT
......................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.5.6.2. Cummins ......................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.5.7. Check Transmission ....................................................................................................................................................16
4.5.8. Range Inhibit .............................................................................................................................................................. 16
4.5.9. ABS .............................................................................................................................................................................16
4.5.10. High Hydraulic oil temperature ................................................................................................................................ 16
4.5.11. Retarder ....................................................................................................................................................................16
4.5.12. Stop Light ..................................................................................................................................................................16
4.5.13. Hydraulic brake failure.............................................................................................................................................16
4.5.14. Low coolant level ......................................................................................................................................................16
4.5.15. High Transmission Temperature .............................................................................................................................. 16
4.5.16. Sanders Refill ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
4.5.17. Engine Warning ........................................................................................................................................................17
4.5.18. Maintenance Indicator Lamp ....................................................................................................................................17
4.6. AUDIBLE ALARM .................................................................................................................................................................17
4.7. BINARY OUTPUTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 18
4.7.1. Speed Detect ............................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.7.2. Lift Authorization ........................................................................................................................................................19
5. COMMUNICATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.1. PLUG AND PLAY FUNCTION .................................................................................................................................................20
5.2. COMMUNICATION ERRORS...................................................................................................................................................20
5.3. MESSAGES SENT ..................................................................................................................................................................20
5.3.1. Service Brake .............................................................................................................................................................. 20
5.3.2. Throttle Interlock ........................................................................................................................................................20
5.3.3. Brake Interlock ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
5.4. J1939 TABLE OF MESSAGES ................................................................................................................................................22
6. MESSAGE DISPLAY CENTER ........................................................................................................................................23
6.1. DRIVE MODE SCREEN .......................................................................................................................................................... 23
6.2. ODOMETER ..........................................................................................................................................................................23
6.2.1. Accuracy .....................................................................................................................................................................24
6.2.2. Normal Shutdown .......................................................................................................................................................24
6.2.3. Abnormal shutdown ....................................................................................................................................................24
6.2.4. Durability ....................................................................................................................................................................25
6.2.5. Error Recovery ........................................................................................................................................................... 25
6.2.6. Maximum Reading ......................................................................................................................................................25
6.2.7. Service Programming .................................................................................................................................................25
6.2.8. Service Gauges ........................................................................................................................................................... 25
6.3. TRIP ODOMETER ..................................................................................................................................................................25
6.4. PRIORITY MESSAGES ........................................................................................................................................................... 26
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6.4.1. Eng Comm Failure ......................................................................................................................................................26
6.4.2. Trans Comm Failure ...................................................................................................................................................26
6.4.3. Alternator ....................................................................................................................................................................26
6.4.4. Lift Not Stowed............................................................................................................................................................ 26
6.4.5. Battery Voltage Error .................................................................................................................................................26
6.4.6. Vehicle speed Error ....................................................................................................................................................26
6.4.7. Turn signal ON ........................................................................................................................................................... 26
6.4.8. Water in Fuel .............................................................................................................................................................. 26
6.4.9. Headlight Alert ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
6.4.10. Engine Door Open ....................................................................................................................................................27
6.5. SECOND LINE DISPLAY SELECTION ......................................................................................................................................27
6.5.1. Cummins & CAT .........................................................................................................................................................27
6.5.2. John Deere ..................................................................................................................................................................28
6.6. SETTINGS AND DIAGNOSTIC .................................................................................................................................................29
6.6.1. Set Units ......................................................................................................................................................................29
6.6.2. Contrast ......................................................................................................................................................................29
6.6.3. Read Parameters.........................................................................................................................................................30
6.6.3.1. Cummins & CAT ............................................................................................................................................. 30
6.6.3.2. John Deere ..................................................................................................................................................... 31
6.6.4. Instrument Diagnostics ...............................................................................................................................................31
6.6.4.1. Gauge Test ...................................................................................................................................................... 32
6.6.4.2. Lamp Test ....................................................................................................................................................... 32
6.6.4.3. LCD Test......................................................................................................................................................... 32
6.6.4.4. Binary Inputs .................................................................................................................................................. 33
6.6.4.5. Analog Inputs (Cummins) ............................................................................................................................... 33
6.6.4.6. Analog Inputs (CAT)....................................................................................................................................... 34
6.6.4.7. Analog Inputs (John Deere) ........................................................................................................................... 34
6.6.4.8. Data Link ........................................................................................................................................................ 35
6.6.4.9. Engine Diagnostic .......................................................................................................................................... 35
6.6.4.10. Trans Diagnostic .......................................................................................................................................... 35
6.7. SETUP MENU .......................................................................................................................................................................36
6.7.1. Trip .............................................................................................................................................................................36
6.7.2. Default Parameter ......................................................................................................................................................36
6.7.3. Self Test .......................................................................................................................................................................36
6.7.4. Transmission Diagnostics ...........................................................................................................................................37
6.7.5. Test Panel ...................................................................................................................................................................37
6.7.6. Manual Transmission..................................................................................................................................................37
6.7.7. Turn Signal Click ........................................................................................................................................................38
6.7.8. Stop Light Inhibit ........................................................................................................................................................38
6.7.9. Diesel Engine .............................................................................................................................................................. 38
6.7.10. Diesel Engine Type ...................................................................................................................................................39
6.7.11. Sanders Refill Warning light .....................................................................................................................................39
6.7.12. Brake Interlock .........................................................................................................................................................39
6.7.13. Lift Authorization ......................................................................................................................................................39
6.7.14. Engine Door Open ....................................................................................................................................................40
7. GLOSSARY/ABBREVIATIONS .......................................................................................................................................40
8. TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................................................................41
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1. PART NUMBERS AND FEATURES
1.1. Dash Panel:
Assembly #
0077816
Panel #
104474
BB Service Panel #
0079104
0086105
0085244
0085244
Description
Instrument Panel
Assembly - BBA3
Instrument Panel
Assembly - BBA3 - AC
1.2. Service Parts:
Actia #
BBB #
Description
104496
0079091
Master Gauge
Speedo – 90 MPH
104497
0079092
Master Gauge
Speedo – 140 KMH
102081
0057500
Tach / Clock Slave
Gauge
102060
0057505
102072
0057503
102084
0057504
102063
0057501
102066
0057506
102078
0057507
102087
0057509
102075
0057511
105819
0079106
104500
0079105
Voltmeter Slave
Gauge
Oil Pressure Slave
Gauge
Coolant Temp Slave
Gauge
Fuel Level Slave
Gauge
Front Air Pressure
Slave Gauge
Rear Air Pressure
Slave Gauge
Trans Temp Slave
Gauge
Ammeter Slave
Gauge
Warning Bank
Module w/ Air
18 position telltale
LED PWA
18 position telltale
overlay
106516
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36
35
34
33
40
39
38
37
2. ELEMENTS
42
220
100
260
220 TRANS
TEMP 300
75
50 FRONT 100
AIR
125
°F
0
260
30
20
25
0
30
110
30
16
F
50 70
30 ENG OIL 90
130
0
0
AMP
24
23
30
90
150
90
AMP
150
150
R
150
AMP
51
150
T
5
7
6
3
4
Headlight Switch
Panel Dimmer
Hi Idle Switch
Low Idle Switch
m (Mode) Button
Message Display Center
t (toggle) Button
Range Inhibit Warning Light
Sanders Warning Light
Wait to Start Warning Light
MIL Warning Light
Engine Warning Light
H (Hour) Button
Clock
M (Minute) Button
Tire Chains Switch
Adjust Pedals Switch
Cruise On/Off Switch
Cruise Set/Resume Switch
Exhaust Brake Switch
Low Oil Pressure Warning Light
Ammeter Warning Light
Ammeter Gauge
Oil Pressure Gauge
Low Fuel Warning Light
Fuel Gauge
M
H
22
12
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
RPM
X 100
10
M
2
400
25
10
10
0
90
8
km/h
140
E
20
80
0
MPH
10
120
50
10 12 14
60
15
60
80
340
70
REAR 100
AIR
PSI
25
125
50
40
150
VOLTS
75
50
26
FUEL
°F
180
F
49
27
28
29
30
PSI
25
5
180
ENG TEMP
140
0
48
41
43
44
40
45
46
20
47
32
31
9
11
10
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
15
13
21
14
16
17
18
19
20
High Trans Temp WL (In Gauge)
Transmission Temp Gauge
Tachometer Gauge
Stop Light Warning Light
Low Coolant Level Warning Light
Right Turn Signal
Engine Retarder Warning Light
Stop Engine Warning Light
Hi Hydraulic Temp Warning Light
Hi Beam Warning Light
Check Trans Warning Light
Hydraulic Brake Failure
High Trans Temp Warning Light
ABS Warning Light
Park Brake Warning Light
Left Turn Signal
Speedometer
Front Air Gauge
Front Air Warning Light
Voltmeter gauge
Coolant Temperature Gauge
High Coolant Temp Warning
Rear Air Gauge
Rear Air Warning Light
High / Low Voltage Warning Light
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3. INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
3.1.1. CONNECTORS:
Mating connectors for the gauges and warning modules are TYCO GET .64 sealed connectors.
The speedometer has three connectors associated with it:
J1 – an eight (8) position for power/communication,
J2 – a 16 position for input and output connections, and
J3 for slave device power and communications
The figures below show the connector pin numbering from the wire entry side with the latch on top. This
numbering can also be found on the connector housing.
The Mating Terminals (Sockets) used with the connector housings are Tyco P/N: 1393366-1 (Actia P/N
100952)
3.1.2. J1 - SPEEDOMETER POWER/COMMUNICATION CONNECTOR
8 positions (2 X 4) (Actia P/N 100950)
Tyco US Part Number: 1411001-1
Terminal
Designation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Battery
Ground
CAN+
CANJ1708+
J1708Not used
CAN Res
Bluebird Harness
Pin Out
Unswitched positive (+) 14V
P26-R
Chassis ground
P26-C
SAE J1939 Databus
P29-11
SAE J1939 Databus
P29-12
SAE J1708/J1587 Databus
N/A
SAE J1708/J1587 Databus
N/A
N/A
CAN Termination Resistor
N/A
Description
Wire Mrkg
1185
1206S
J1939 +
J1939 N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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3.1.3. J2 - SPEEDOMETER I/O CONNECTOR (INPUTS & OUTPUTS)
16 Positions (Actia P/N 100951)
Tyco US Part Number: 1438031-1
Terminal
Designation
Description
Bluebird Pin Out Wire Mrkg
1
Fuel level sender
See Chart
P26-J
1403B
2
Wait to Start
Active low – Wait to Start
P27-11
1436
Hyd. Brake Sys.
P27-8
2431B
3
Failure
Active low – Hydraulic Brake set
4
Dimmer
PWM voltage input from dimmer –Wake up input
P26-A
1333A
5
Oil pressure sender See Chart
P26-N
1417
6
Headlight Alert
Internal Harness connection to Parking lights
N/A
N/A
7
Ammeter +
Ammeter (Hall Effect Output)
P26-E
1440A
8
Engine Door Open Active low – Engine Door Open
P26-G
Engine Door
P26-S
VEH
SPEED
9
Speed detect out
Vehicle speed  3 mph = output low
10
Lift Authorization See Flow Chart
P26-L
LIFT AUTH
11
Ignition
Switched high for ignition on –Wake up input
P26-H
11136G
12
Left Turn
Switched high (ign) parallel with turn signal –Wake up input
P29-4
1313A
13
Right Turn
Switched high (ign) parallel with turn signal – Wake up input
P29-5
1323A
14
Park brake switch Switched high = Park Brake set and icon on
P29-2
1521E
15
Stop Light
Switched high = Service Brake engaged and icon on
P27-7
1316D
16
Hi Beam
Switched high = Headlight Hi Beam engaged and icon on
P27-10
1334A
Signal low = Chassis Ground (0.0V – 1.5V)
Signal high = 4.0V up to Ignition Voltage
3.1.4. J3 - SPEEDOMETER SLAVE CONNECTOR (COMMUNICATION, POWER SUPPLY)
4 Positions (Actia P/N 100949)
Tyco US Part Number: 9-1419167-0
Terminal
1
2
3
4
Designation
+7.6V Power
Ground
LIN
Open
Description
Slave device power output
Slave device ground
LIN Databus
Bluebird Harness
Pin Out
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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3.1.5. WARNING MODULE BINARY INPUT CONNECTOR
8 positions (2 X 4) (Actia P/N 100950)
Tyco US Part Number: 1411001-1
Terminal
Designation
Description
1
Hi Hyd. Oil Temp
Active low – Hi Hyd. Oil Temp
2
Alternator
Active low – Alternator Failure
3
Sanders Refill
Active low – Sanders Box Empty
4
ABS
Active low – ABS System Warning
5
Water In Fuel
Active low – Water in Fuel
6
Lift Not Stowed
Active low – Lift Not Stowed
7
Retarder
Active low – Engine Retarder Engaged
8
Door Open
Active low – Door Open
Signal low = Chassis Ground (0.0V – 1.5V)
Signal high = 4.0V up to Ignition Voltage
Bluebird Harness
Pin Out
P27-1
P27-3
P27-6
P29-3
P27-9
P27-2
P27-4
P26-D
Wire Mrkg
2220
1460
1445
1710
WIF
LNS SIG
Retard Lgt
1262C
3.1.6. SWITCH HARNESS CONNECTIONS
Description
Head Lights In
Head Lights Out
Park Lights In
Park Lights Out
High Idle In
High Idle Out
Switch Input (GND)
Low Idle Inc. Output
Low Idle Dec. Output
Cruise Set Output
Cruise Res Output
Cruise On/Off Output
Switch lights (GND)
Bluebird Harness Wire Mrkg
Pin Out
P28-E
1160
P28-F
1301
P28-G
1167
P28-H / P28-J 1315A / 1335
P28-B
1521C
P28-A
15106
P28-N
1206X
P28-C
1442
P28-D
1443
P28-M
1529
P28-L
1528
P28-K
1504
P26-B
1212D
Eaton Pin#
2B
3
5B
4/6
2B
3
2B
3
1
3
1
3
7&8
Note:
Sanders, Pedal Adjust and Transmission Retarder switches are wired with an optional harness at Bluebird.
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OPERATION
3.2. Display Odometer & Clock
The odometer & clock value will be displayed with the ignition off when the vehicle lights are
turned on as long as the panel dimmer level is greater than approximately 10%.
3.3. Turn signal/Hazard warning lights
The right and left turn icons are operational with the ignition off when their respective binary input
becomes high. Hazard lights normally turn both the right and left turn binary inputs high.
3.4. Start-Up Mode
The Master enters start-up mode when the ignition is turned on. The ignition binary input is used to
sense if the key switch is on or off.
The start up self-test is an option enabled through the setup menu. The factory setting for this
option is enabled.
3.4.1. GAUGES
Gauge pointers will drive to zero position. The pointers will then drive up scale, pausing at ½
scale, before completing the sweep to full scale. The pointers will then return to zero position
before moving to the commanded position.
3.4.2. LCD
During the up scale sweep of the pointers, the LCD will turn all its segments on for one second, off
for one second and then display the opening message. The opening message is the Bluebird logo
followed by the software ID, complete with revision level.
3.4.3. WARNING LIGHTS
Starting at the up scale pointer sweep, all warning lights will turn on for 5 seconds and then go out.
Active warning lights will turn on when the gauges go to their commanded position.
3.4.4. COMMUNICATION
The speedometer will determine which data buses are connected and which devices are present.
Error messages will display if a data bus is missing or a device that had been previously found is
now missing.
3.4.5. AUDIBLE ALARM
The audible alarm will sound its three different tones for one second each during the up scale swing
of the pointers.
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3.5. Turn-off
When the ignition line goes low all gauges will zero, except the fuel gauge, and the odometer value
will be stored to the EEPROM before the IP turns itself off. This will take up to 4 seconds. While
off, the instrument panel will consume less than 1mA from the hot battery power input.
3.6. Self-Diagnostic Mode
The self-diagnostic mode is entered through a menu selection using the LCD. Diagnostics is only
available when the Park Brake is set.
Detail specifications are found in the Message Display Center section.
The self-diagnostic includes the following tests:
 Gauges
 Warning Lights
 LCD
 Binary Inputs
 Analog Inputs
 Data Links
4. IGNITION MODE
4.1. Gauge Display
4.1.1. MASTER GAUGE – SPEEDOMETER
The speedometer is a standard gauge for the Instrument Panel and is the master gauge in the system.
The speedometer data source will be J1939 (PGN65265)
4.1.2. TACHOMETER / CLOCK
The tachometer gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display engine RPM. The tachometer data
source will be J1939 (PGN61444).
4.1.3. COOLANT TEMPERATURE
The coolant temperature gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display engine coolant
temperature. The coolant temperature data source will be J1939 (PGN65262).
4.1.4. OIL PRESSURE
4.1.4.1. Cummins
The oil pressure gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display engine oil pressure. The oil
pressure is driven by the oil pressure sender analog input.
4.1.4.2. John Deere & CAT
The oil pressure gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display engine oil pressure. The oil
pressure data source will be J1939 (PGN65263).
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4.1.5. FUEL GAUGE
4.1.5.1. Cummins & CAT
The fuel gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display fuel tank level. The Fuel Level is driven by
the fuel level sender analog input. Fuel level will be sampled over a one-minute period to prevent
fuel slosh.
4.1.5.2. John Deere
The fuel gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display fuel tank level. The fuel level data source
will be J1939 (PGN65276.) The data range is between 5% (empty) and 95% (full).
4.1.6. VOLTMETER
4.1.6.1. Cummins & CAT
The voltmeter gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display chassis voltage. The voltmeter data
source will be J1939 (PGN65271).
4.1.6.2. John Deere
The voltmeter gauge is a standard slave gauge used to display chassis voltage. The voltmeter data
source will be J1939 (PGN65271JD).
4.1.7. AMMETER
The ammeter gauge is an optional slave gauge used to display battery charging / discharging
conditions. The ammeter is driven by Hall effect sender into an analog input.
4.1.8. FRONT AIR GAUGE
The front air gauge is an optional gauge used when air pressure is required. The gauge displays
Front Air Pressure. The warning bank transducer drives the Front Air Pressure Gauge.
4.1.9. REAR AIR GAUGE
The rear air gauge is an optional gauge used when air pressure is required. The gauge displays Rear
Air Pressure. The warning bank transducer drives the Rear Air Pressure Gauge.
4.1.10. TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE
The transmission temperature gauge is a optional slave gauge used to display transmission oil
temperature. The transmission temperature data source will be J1939 (PGN65272).
4.2. Applied Air Feature
The applied air feature is used to monitor front and rear brake line pressure. This feature is activated when
the master gauge detects the presence of one or all of the applied air kit.
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4.2.1. APPLIED FRONT AIR GAUGE
The applied front air gauge is an optional gauge used when applied air pressure is required. The
gauge displays Applied Front Air Pressure. The warning bank transducer # 2 drives the Applied
Front Air Pressure Gauge.
4.2.2. APPLIED REAR AIR GAUGE
The applied rear air gauge is an optional gauge used when applied air pressure is required. The
gauge displays Applied Rear Air Pressure. The warning bank transducer # 2 drives the Applied
Rear Air Pressure Gauge.
4.3. Backlighting
The PWM dimmer for panel illumination feeds into the master gauge so that the gauge components
can match the dimming of other panel components. The master gauge interprets this input as
indicated in the table below:
Dimmer Input
0%-9%
10-100% Ignition V
LCD Backlight
Maximum brightness
Linearly go from min to max brightness
Gauge Backlight
Off
Linearly go from min to max brightness
4.4. Gauges Internal Warning Indicators
4.4.1. LOW OIL PRESSURE
The data source of the Low Oil Pressure warning light indicator is J1939 (DM1SPN100).
4.4.2. HIGH COOLANT TEMPERATURE
The data source of the High Coolant Temperature indicator is J1939 (DM1SPN110).
4.4.3. HIGH TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE
The data source of the High Transmission Temperature indicator is J1939 (PGN65272) with a
threshold of 250F calculated by the master gauge. The alternate data source of the high
transmission temperature is J1939 (DM1HighTransTempLamp). The logic is programmed to alarm
on either conditions.
4.4.4. LOW FUEL LEVEL
Low Fuel Level icon turns on when the fuel level is less than 12.5% and turns off when the level is
above 18%.
4.4.5. LOW AIR PRESSURE - FRONT
Low Air Pressure - Front indicator turns on when the front air pressure is less than or equal to 65
PSI. The indicator will turn off at 72 PSI.
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4.4.6. LOW AIR PRESSURE - REAR
Low Air Pressure - Rear indicator turns on when the rear air pressure is less than or equal to 65 PSI.
The indicator will turn off at 72 PSI.
4.4.7. LOW/HIGH BATTERY VOLTAGE
Low/High battery voltage icon turns on when the battery voltage is less than 12v or is more than
15.4v.
4.4.8. LOW APPLIED AIR PRESSURE - FRONT
Low Air Pressure – Due to system operation parameters, this warning light does not turn on.
4.4.9. LOW APPLIED AIR PRESSURE - REAR
Low Air Pressure – Due to system operation parameters, this warning light does not turn on.
4.5. Warning Bank Indicators
4.5.1. LEFT TURN
Left Turn indicator turns on when the left turn binary input is switched high. If the left turn
indicator is left on for a measured distance of 1 mile, then the alert tone will be activated and the
message center will display “Left Turn”.
4.5.2. RIGHT TURN
Right Turn indicator turns on when the right turn binary input is switched high. If the right turn
indicator is left on for a measured distance of 1 mile, then the alert tone will be activated and the
message center will display “Right Turn”.
4.5.3. PARK BRAKE
Park Brake indicator is turned on when the park brake is set (park brake input is high).
4.5.4. HIGH BEAM
High Beam indicator is turned on when the high beam binary input is switched high.
4.5.5. STOP ENGINE
Stop Engine indicator is J1939 driven (DM1RedStopLamp).
4.5.6. WAIT TO START
4.5.6.1. CAT
Wait to Start indicator is turned on when the wait to start binary input is switched low (analog input
used as binary input).
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4.5.6.2. Cummins
Wait to Start indicator is J1939 driven (PGN65252).
4.5.7. CHECK TRANSMISSION
Check Transmission indicator is J1939 driven (Allison DM1 CheckTransLamp).
4.5.8. RANGE INHIBIT
The Range Inhibit indicator is J1939 driven by the Transmission (PGN65098).
4.5.9. ABS
The ABS indicator is turned on when the ABS binary input is switched low.
4.5.10. HIGH HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE
High hydraulic oil temperature indicator is turned on when the high hydraulic oil temperature
binary input is switched low.
4.5.11. RETARDER
Retarder indicator is turned on when the retarder binary input is switched low.
4.5.12. STOP LIGHT
Stop Light indicator is turned on when the stop light binary input is switched high.
4.5.13. HYDRAULIC BRAKE FAILURE
Hydraulic brake failure indicator is turned on when the hydraulic brake failure input is switched
low (analog input used as binary input).
4.5.14. LOW COOLANT LEVEL
The data source of the Coolant level is J1939 (DM1LowCoolantLamp).
4.5.15. HIGH TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE
The data source of the High Transmission Temperature indicator is J1939 (PGN65272) with a
threshold of 250F calculated by the master gauge. The alternate data source of the high
transmission temperature is J1939 (DM1HighTransTempLamp). The logic is programmed to alarm
on either conditions.
4.5.16. SANDERS REFILL
Sanders refill indicator is turned on when the sanders refill binary input is switched low. This
warning lights operation will be selectable through a configuration bit and can be set through the set
up menu.
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4.5.17. ENGINE WARNING
The data source of the engine warning is J1939 (DM1CheckEngLamp).
4.5.18. MAINTENANCE INDICATOR LAMP
The data source of the maintenance indicator is J1939 (DM1EngMaintLamp).
4.6. Audible Alarm
The audible alarm is used in the following conditions:
Audible Alarm
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Designation
High Hydraulic Temperature
Stop engine
Low coolant level
Low Oil Pressure
High Coolant Temperature
High Transmission Temp
Hydraulic Brake Failure
Engine Warning
Low/High chassis voltage
Front low air pressure
Criteria
Binary input
PGN 65226 DM1 Red Stop Lamp
PGN 65,226 SPN 111 FMI 1 & 18
PGN 65,226 SPN 100 FMI 1 or 18
PGN 65,226 SPN 110 FMI 0 or 16
PGN 65272 SPN 177 FMI 15 Or hi Trans temp
Analog input
PGN 65226 DM1 Check Engine Lamp
PGN 65271 When ≤ 11.9V or ≥ 15.4V
Analog input - When ≤ 62 PSI (448 kPa)
Priority
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Rear low air pressure
Alternator
Engine Door Open
ABS
Wait to start
2
2
2
2
2
Beep 1
Beep 1
Beep 1
Range inhibit
Sanders refill
Low Fuel Level
Analog input - When ≤ 62 PSI (448 kPa)
Binary input & Engine Speed ≥ 400 RPM
Binary input
Binary input
PGN 65252 Byte 4 – Bits 2-1 / Binary input
(CAT)
PGN 65098 Byte 2 – Bits8-7
Binary input
When < 13%
Beep 1
Turn signal reminder
(1)
8
Beep 1
Beep 2
Water in Fuel
Headlight Alert reminder
Binary input
(3)
4
(6)
Beep 3
Turn signals
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Continuous 1
Beep 1
Beep 1
5
5
4
(4)
(1) Turn signal reminder is ON if the right or the left turn signal indicator is left ON for a distance of 1
mile.
(2) The click for the turn signals are always generated but might not be heard (for example if the buzzer is
also ON)
(3) Headlight Alert reminder is ON
- If the headlights / parking lights are on when ignition is turned OFF (during 2 minutes or until
headlights / parking lights are turned off)
(4) Headlight Alert reminder has a lower priority than a buzzer (continuous 1) but a higher priority than an
alert (Beep 1).
The audible tone are defined in the table below:
Audible Alarm
Continuous 1
Beep 1
Beep 2
Beep 3
Freq 1
2900
2000
2900
2000
T1
160ms
160ms
160ms
40ms
Freq 2
0
0
0
T2
160ms
160ms
160ms
Freq 3
T3
Period
Continuous
320ms
320ms
Once
Priority
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Example:
Period
T1
Freq1
T2
Freq2
T3
Freq3
4.7. Binary Outputs
4.7.1. SPEED DETECT
This binary output is active (low side drive) when vehicle speed  3 MPH is detected.
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4.7.2. LIFT AUTHORIZATION
This binary output is active when the requirements are met, shown in the flow chart below:
START
Lift Not
Stowed?
Lift Authorize
Output is
unavailable (No
Power)
NO
Ignition
On?
YES
Lift Authorize
Output is inactive
(high)
NO
Park
Brake
Set?
Lift Authorize
Output is active
(low)
YES
Once lift authorize is
activated the lift not
stowed signal will “latch
on” lift authorize until
removed, regardless of
the changes in park brake
or neutral.
Transmit Throttle
Interlock
(See 5.3.2)
YES
Transmit Service
Brake = Off
(See 5.3.1)
NO
In
Neutral?
YES
NO
Door
Open
YES
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5. COMMUNICATION
There are two communication channels for data transfer between the vehicle and the speedometer.
One channel for SAE J1708/J1587 and a second channel for CAN 2.0B/SAE J1939 (Controller
Area Network).
All frames transmitted by the speedometer on J1939 are continuously sent at the standard broadcast
rate for the frame using source address (SA) 23dec (17h).
The speedometer communicates via the LIN bus to slave devices. The slave gauges are updated
every 400mSec except for the tachometer which is updated every 80mSec.
5.1. Plug and Play Function
The master keeps a “roll call” list and verifies that all devices are present during start up. The
master listens for devices on each communication bus and remembers which devices are present
during initialization. When a new device is found it is added to the roll call list. If a device is
found missing, a message will be sent to the LCD but the roll call list is not updated. Devices can
only be removed from the list through the diagnostic menu
5.2. Communication Errors
If a parameter is not received by J1939 for 5 seconds it will be flagged as missing. Missing LCD
information will display a “-“ and missing gauge information will be signaled by wagging the
pointer from dial end to dial end. A missing J1939 data bus will be announced in the LCD.
If a LIN parameter is missing for 5 seconds the gauge will wag the pointer from dial end to dial end
and flash the warning LED.
5.3. Messages Sent
5.3.1. SERVICE BRAKE
The service brake message is sent to the engine via J1939 (PGN65265SB ) when the brake pedal is
depressed.
5.3.2. THROTTLE INTERLOCK
The throttle interlock message is sent to the engine via J1939 (CAT - PGN65264) or (Cummins PGN61441) when the proper lift safety conditions are met (see 4.7.2) or when the proper brake
interlock conditions are met (see 5.3.3).
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5.3.3. BRAKE INTERLOCK
The function of the brake interlock (when activated) is shown in the flow chart below:
START
NO
Ignition
On?
YES
NO
End
Speed
Detect
Output
Active
YES
Door
Open
Binary
Active
YES
Transmit Throttle
Interlock
(See 5.3.2)
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5.4. J1939 Table of Messages
Applies to: Cummins ISC03, CAT C7, John Deere CNG, Allison 2000 and Allison WT (MD380)
Frame
PGN
Name
Byte
TX/RX
Engine Hours
Cruise Control/Vehicle Speed
Cruise Control/Vehicle Speed
PTO
EBC1
Shutdown
DM1
DM1
DM1
EEC1
EEC2
Engine Fluid Level/Pressure
Engine Temperature
ETC1
ETC7
Fuel Economy
Fuel Economy
Inlet/Exhaust Conditions
Inlet/Exhaust Conditions
Transmission Fluids
Vehicle Electrical Power
Vehicle Electrical Power
65,253 (00FEE5)
65,265 (00FEF1)
65,265 (00FEF1)
65,264 (00FEF0)
61,441 (00F001)
65,252 (00FEE4)
65,226 (00FECA)
65,226 (00FECA)
65,226 (00FECA)
61,444 (00F004)
61,443 (00F003)
65,263 (00FEEF)
65,262 (00FEEE)
61,442 (00F002)
65,098 (00FE4A)
65,266 (00FEF2)
65,266 (00FEF2)
65,270 (00FEF6)
65,270 (00FEF6)
65,272 (00FEF8)
65,271 (00FEF7)
65,271 (00FEF7)
Dash Display
Defined Faults
English
Units
H
MPH
Metric
Units
H
km/H
RPM
%
PSI
F
RPM
%
KPa
C
MPG
MPG
PSI
F
F
V
V
L/100Km
L/100Km
KPa
C
C
V
V
%
Source
Address
0
1,2,3,4
2,3
4 b 6&5
6 b 2&1
4 b 2&1
4 b 2&1
3-6
1 b 4&3
1 b 6&5
4,5
3
4
1
N/A
2 b 8&7
3,4
5,6
2
3
5,6
5,6
7,8
RQ
RX
TX
TX
TX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
RX
65276 (00FEFC)
PGN
Total engine hours
Wheel-based vehicle speed
Service Brake
Throttle Interlock
Throttle Interlock
Wait to Start
Active DTC
Amber warning lamp
Red Stop lamp
Engine speed
Percent load
Engine oil pressure
Engine coolant temp.
Electronic Trans. Controller
Shift inhibit
Instantaneous fuel econ
Average fuel economy
Boost pressure
Intake manifold temperature
Transmission oil temp.
Electrical potential (volts)
Battery potential (volts)
Switched
Fuel Level
Name
2
Byte
RX
SPN
%
FMI
DM1
65,226 (00FECA)
High Coolant Temp
3-6
110
DM1
65,226 (00FECA)
Low Oil Pressure
3-6
100
DM1
65,226 (00FECA)
65,226 (00FECA)
177
15
3
DM1
65,226 (00FECA)
Low Coolant Level
1 b 4&3
3-6
1 b 4&3
3-6
3-6
2003
DM1
Amber warning light/Check
Transmission
High Trans Temperature
0, 11 and
16
1, 11 and
18
31
111
1, 11 and
18
0
0
3
Note:
In the table bytes are numbered 1 to n and bits are numbered 1 to 8. 1 is LSb.
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6. MESSAGE DISPLAY CENTER
The message display is a graphical, backlit, LCD that displays information to the vehicle operator.
The messages that are displayed include:
1. Odometer
2. Trip Odometer (optional)
3. Boost Pressure (Cummins / CAT)
4. Percent Engine Load
5. Instantaneous Fuel Rate (Cummins / CAT)
6. Average Fuel Rate (Cummins / CAT)
7. Engine hours
8. Engine RPM
9. Coolant Temperature
10. Engine Oil Pressure
11. Fuel Level
12. Transmission Temperature
13. Primary Air Pressure
14. Secondary Air Pressure
15. Dimmer %
16. Intake Manifold Temperature
17. Vehicle Speed
18. Battery Voltage
19. Ammeter
20. Instrument Panel Diagnostic Information
6.1. Drive Mode Screen
During normal operation the LCD displays the odometer or trip value on the top line and a selected
parameter on the second line. (Boost Pressure shown in the following example)
1234.5 mi
0 PSI
Boost
6.2. Odometer
The odometer function is in the speedometer. The season odometer displays 0.0 - 9,999,999.9 and
the trip odometer, when offered, will display 0.0 - 9999.9. Both have a resolution of 0.1 mi/km.
Leading zeros are only displayed in the 1’s position. The vehicle distance is calculated every 80
msec. from the vehicle speed transmitted on the J1939 data bus by the engine ECM and stored
within the speedometer in kilometers. It can be displayed on the LCD in miles or kilometers. The
odometer reading will be displayed when the ignition switch is off by activating the gauge backlight.
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6.2.1. ACCURACY
Accuracy of the odometer value is dependant on two (2) main variables. 1) The algorithm in the
speedometer for calculating distance, and 2) the speed value transmitted by the ECM. The
algorithm has been designed and written to calculate the distance with the accuracy and resolution
necessary to exceed SAE recommendations. The distance is calculated every 80 msec. to reduce
error during any rapid speed change the vehicle might make. The speed data is dependant on the
calibration parameters for tire size and axle ratio being properly entered into the ECM. These are
the same parameters necessary to have the ECM properly calculate the vehicle speed and distance
value. Testing has indicated that the algorithm will calculate mileage within 0.07% of actual
based on the speed received. This far exceeds the SAE recommended 0.3% found in SAE J1226.
6.2.2. NORMAL SHUTDOWN
The odometer value is stored to the EEPROM at each 1-kilometer increment (0.62 mi) and when
the ignition switch is turned off. The value is stored to 1/100 of a kilometer resolution (33 ft) using
a 4-byte memory location within an array. Each store is made sequentially to one (1) of eight (8)
locations in the array so at any point in time the last eight (8) values are maintained. Each value
stored is verified at the time it is saved. Multiple store attempts to a location will be made if
necessary, and if not successful, the memory location will be tagged as bad. The "precount" that is
used to increment the odometer every 1/100th km is also saved. The "precount value is 115200.
Therefore, our internal resolution is 1/11520000th of a km or 0.003385827 inches. This value is
stored on power down and recovered on power up.
Value
n
Byte
1
Byte
2
Odometer Value Array
Byte Byte Value
Byte 1
3
4
n+4
Value
n+1
Byte
1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Value
n+5
Byte 1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Value
n+2
Byte
1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Value
n+6
Byte 1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Value
n+3
Byte
1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Value
n+7
Byte 1
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
Byte
2
Byte
3
Byte
4
6.2.3. ABNORMAL SHUTDOWN
If there is battery power loss at the speedometer prior to turning the ignition off, an abnormal shut
down will occur. The odometer value, when power is restored, will return to the last kilometer
increment value saved; i.e. the last XXX.0 kilometer rollover. Therefore, the maximum distance
lost by an abnormal shutdown will be 0.9 km (0.56 mi). Battery loss that occurs >4 seconds after
turning the ignition off will NOT result in an abnormal shutdown. The occurrence of an abnormal
shutdown during the life of a vehicle should be rare.
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6.2.4. DURABILITY
The EEPROM store routine will allow for a minimum of 4 million store cycles. The design will
accommodate 200 key-offs per day, 260 days per year, for 20 years plus 1.609344 million kilometers
(1,000,000 mi) which could be seen if the vehicle is used on a delivery route, with a 50% safety
factor (200*260*20+1,609,334) = 2,649,334+51% = 4,000,494 store cycles. An error recovery
scheme is implemented that will allow the odometer value to be recovered should a hardware failure
in one of the EEPROM memory cells occur.
6.2.5. ERROR RECOVERY
The error recovery algorithm will check each stored value to determine if the values are in sequence
(low to high) and 1 km or less apart. If this condition is found no errors are present and no further
action is required. If a value is found to be out of order or greater than 1 km from the others, the
software will identify the largest value in the group with the proper sequence and use that value.
In the unlikely event the speedometer fails in such a way that the odometer value cannot be
displayed, the factory, in most instances, will be able to recover the stored value.
6.2.6. MAXIMUM READING
The odometer will stop incrementing when the maximum display count is reached. Therefore, the
value will not rollover to zero and continue incrementing but will freeze at 9,999,999.9.
6.2.7. SERVICE PROGRAMMING
If replacement of the speedometer becomes necessary, the actual vehicle mileage may be
programmed into the odometer using Actia proprietary software. The mileage may be incremented,
but not decremented, using this software.
6.2.8. SERVICE GAUGES
Replacement speedometers will be shipped in a mode that allows the installer to preset actual
vehicle distance, thus eliminating the need to “tag” the vehicle. Documentation on how this mode
works can be found in Actia document # 104426.
6.3. Trip Odometer
The trip odometer may be displayed by pressing the t button. This will toggle you between the
Odometer and the Trip Odometer. You will know the trip odometer is being displayed by the T1
symbol in the top right corner of the message center display. To reset trip odometer press and hold
the “M” button until it clears.
1234.5 mi
0 PSI
T1
Boost
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6.4. Priority Messages
Priority messages are displayed in the LCD due to various inputs or data messages.
When a new fault appears, associated priority message is displayed, overwriting the odometer/trip
display. After 5s, the exit command will appear, allowing the return to the normal display by
pressing the m button. If several faults are defined, the more command will be displayed.
It will then be possible to scroll thru the list of faults by pressing the t button.
6.4.1. ENG COMM FAILURE
This message is displayed when the master gauge does not receive the J1939 data from the engine.
This is accomplished by monitoring for the presence of the engine speed message (PGN61444).
6.4.2. TRANS COMM FAILURE
This message is displayed when the master gauge does not receive the J1939 data from the
transmission. This is accomplished by monitoring for the presence of the ETC #1 message
(PGN61442).
6.4.3. ALTERNATOR
This message is displayed when the associated binary input is switched low and engine speed is 
400 RPM (PGN61444).
6.4.4. LIFT NOT STOWED
This message is displayed when the associated binary input is switched low.
6.4.5. BATTERY VOLTAGE ERROR
This message is displayed if the voltage message received from the ECM via the J1939 contains a
wrong value (error or not available or underrange or overrange) (PGN65271).
6.4.6. VEHICLE SPEED ERROR
This message is displayed if the vehicle speed received from the ECM via the J1939 contains a
wrong value (error or not available) during a certain time (PGN65265).
6.4.7. TURN SIGNAL ON
This message is displayed if the right or the left turn signal indicator is left ON for a distance of 1
mile
6.4.8. WATER IN FUEL
This message is displayed when the associated binary input is switched low.
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6.4.9. HEADLIGHT ALERT
The headlight alert message is displayed on the message center when the headlights / parking lights
are on (input is high) and ignition is turned off. The headlight alert message will flash on & off at a
1 sec interval for a period of 2 minutes, or until the headlights / parking lights is turned off.
6.4.10. ENGINE DOOR OPEN
“Engine Door” should be displayed when the associated binary input is switched low.
6.5. Second Line Display Selection
6.5.1. CUMMINS & CAT
Pressing the m button for < 5 seconds allows the selection of the parameter to be displayed on the
second line. The parameter will highlight in reverse video indicating it is selected. Pressing the m
or t button will display a different parameter from the list. To select the highlighted parameter
simply do nothing and the highlight will disappear leaving the parameter displayed. Parameters
that can be displayed are:
Intake Manifold Temperature
1234.5 mi
180 F
IMT
1234.5 mi
Engine Load
70 %
Eng L
1234.5 mi
Hourmeter
67.8 hr
1234.5 mi
Boost Pressure
Instantaneous Fuel Economy
70 PSI
Boost
1234.5 mi
20.3 mpg Inst F
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Average Fuel Economy
1234.5 mi
20.3 mpg Avg F
6.5.2. JOHN DEERE
Pressing the m button for < 5 seconds allows the selection of the parameter to be displayed on the
second line. The parameter will highlight in reverse video indicating it is selected. Pressing the m
or t button will display a different parameter from the list. To select the highlighted parameter
simply do nothing and the highlight will disappear leaving the parameter displayed. Parameters
that can be displayed are:
Intake Manifold Temperature
1234.5 mi
180 F
IMT
1234.5 mi
Engine Load
Hourmeter
70 %
Eng L
1234.5 mi
67.8 hr
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6.6. Settings and Diagnostic
With the park brake set and in the Drive Mode Screen, pressing the m button for >5 seconds brings
up the following screen:
1-Set Units
2-Contrast
3-Instrument Diag
\/ Select /\
The item highlighted in reverse video will be selected when both the m and t buttons are pressed
together. Pressing the m or t button separately will move the highlight through the list, as indicated
by the arrow, so other items can be selected. There are 6 items in this menu as follows:
4- Read Param
5-Ammeter Calib
6-Engine Diag
\/ Select /\
6.6.1. SET UNITS
Selecting menu item 1 brings up the following screen that is used to select if values are to be
displayed in metric units or English units.
Current Units
ENGLISH
Press t for METRIC
Press m to Exit
6.6.2. CONTRAST
Selecting menu item 2 display a screen to allow setting the LCD contrast. Pressing the m (+)
button will increase contrast while pressing the t (-) button will decrease contrast.
CONTRAST ADJUST
+
-
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6.6.3. READ PARAMETERS
6.6.3.1. Cummins & CAT
Item 4-Read Param – This screen displays various parameter received by the master gauge. The
main use for these screens is in troubleshooting the system.
Eng RPM
775 RPM
Coolant T
160F
Oil Press
54 PSI
\/
EXIT
/\
Fuel Level
100%
Trans Temp
160F
Dimmer %
0%
\/
EXIT
/\
Boost Pr
Engine Load
Inst Fuel
\/
EXIT
5 PSI
25%
0 mpg
/\
Avg Fuel
Man Temp
Hrs
\/
EXIT
5 mpg
100F
67.80
/\
V
InjSpeed
Press
Battery
V Speed
Ammeter
Battery
\/
0 mph
120
PSI
13V
0 mph
50 A13V
/\
EXIT
Air
Rear
Ammeter
50124
A PSI
Air Front
124
PSI
Rear
124
PSI
Air Front
124 PSI
\/
EXIT
/\
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6.6.3.2. John Deere
Item 4-Read Param – This screen displays various parameter received by the master gauge. The
main use for these screens is in troubleshooting the system.
Eng RPM
775 RPM
Coolant T
160F
Oil Press
54 PSI
\/
EXIT
/\
Fuel Level
100%
Trans Temp
160F
Dimmer %
0%
\/
EXIT
/\
Engine Load
Man Temp
Hrs
\/
EXIT
V Speed
Battery
Ammeter
\/
EXIT
Air Rear
Air Front
\/
25%
100F
67.80
/\
0 mph
13V
50 A
/\
124 PSI
124 PSI
EXIT
/\
6.6.4. INSTRUMENT DIAGNOSTICS
Selecting menu item 3 in the Settings and Diagnostic Menu will display the instrument diagnostic
menu. There are 6 items in this menu and is navigated the same as the previous menu.
1-Gauge Test
2-Lamp Test
3-LCD Test
\/ Select
/\
4-Binary Inputs
5-Analog Inputs
6-Data Links
\/ Select /\
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6.6.4.1. Gauge Test
The selected gauge will be driven through three positions pausing at each position for 500 mSec. as
shown in the LCD as a percentage of scale. This test will proceed through all gauges and return to
the menu. Pressing the m button (Exit) will end the test and return to the menu.
Fuel Level
EXIT
0%
Fuel Level
EXIT
50%
Fuel Level
EXIT
100%
6.6.4.2. Lamp Test
Item 2-Lamp Test – Turns each IP warning lamp (not the vehicle load) on then off displaying the
lamp name and status in the LCD. This test goes through all warning lamps and then returns to the
menu. Pressing the m button (Exit) will end the test and return to the menu. (High beam test
shown as an example)
High Beam
EXIT
ON
High Beam
EXIT
OFF
6.6.4.3. LCD Test
Item 3 – Displays the Bluebird logo in normal and reverse video three times and then returns to the
menu.
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6.6.4.4. Binary Inputs
Item 4 – Displays the module, pin number, and status of each binary input defined in the system.
Pressing the m button exits the test and returns to the menu. Pressing the t button scrolls the
display to the next 4 inputs. The value “high” and “low” refers to the voltage level at the connector
pin. This information will be continuously updated to assist in troubleshooting.
Press t to Scroll
Press m to Exit
S-1
S-2
S-3
S-4
Hydr Temp
Alternator
Sanders R
ABS
Low
Low
Low
Low
S-5
S-6
S-7
S-8
Water in Fuel
LNS
Retarder
Door Open
Low
Low
Low
Low
M-11
M-12
M-13
M-14
Ign ON
High
Left turn
High
Right turn High
Park Brake High
M-15 Stop Light
M-16 High Beam
High
High
6.6.4.5. Analog Inputs (Cummins)
Item 5 – Displays the module, pin number, and status “Out of Range High”, “Out of Range Low”,
or the actual value of each analog input defined in the system. Pressing the m button exits the test
and returns to the menu. Pressing the t button scrolls the display to the next 4 inputs.
Press t to Scroll
Press m to Exit
M-1
M-3
M-4
M-5
Fuel
Hydr F
Dimmer
Oil Press
M-6 Headlights
M-7 Amp
M-8 Eng. Door
100%
Off
0%
100%
0V
12A
On
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6.6.4.6. Analog Inputs (CAT)
Item 5 – Displays the module, pin number, and status “Out of Range High”, “Out of Range Low”,
or the actual value of each analog input defined in the system. Pressing the m button exits the test
and returns to the menu. Pressing the t button scrolls the display to the next 4 inputs.
Press t to Scroll
Press m to Exit
M-1
M-2
M-3
M-4
Fuel
Wait
Hydr F
Dimmer
M-6 Headlights
M-7 Amp
M-8 Eng. Door
100%
Off
Off
0%
0V
12A
On
6.6.4.7. Analog Inputs (John Deere)
Item 5 – Displays the module, pin number, and status “Out of Range High”, “Out of Range Low”,
or the actual value of each analog input defined in the system. Pressing the m button exits the test
and returns to the menu. Pressing the t button scrolls the display to the next 4 inputs.
Press t to Scroll
Press m to Exit
M-3
M-4
M-6
M-7
M-8
Hydr F
Dimmer
Headlights
Amp
Eng. Door
Off
0%
0V
12A
On
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6.6.4.8. Data Link
Item 6– The LIN will be checked and each device found on that data bus would be displayed. The
roll call for the LIN bus may be updated using the appropriate menu selection. Devices may only
be deleted if they are designated inactive.
1-<LIN>
\/ Select
/\
Fuel Level
Active
Battery Volt
Active
Ammeter
Active
\/
Delete
/\
Oil Pressure
Active
Coolant Temp
Active
Trans Temp
Active
\/
Delete /\
Engine Speed
Front Air
Rear Air
\/
Delete
Active
Active
Active
/\
Warning Bank
Active
\/
Delete
/\
6.6.4.9. Engine Diagnostic
Item 6-Engine Diagnostics – This screen displays the Suspect Parameter Number (SPN) and Failure
mode Identifier (FMI) as received from the engine for active faults via J1939 (DM1SPN100) (Two
active faults shown below as an example)
SPN 100
FMI 1
SPN 110
FMI 0
End of list
\/
Exit
/\
6.6.4.10. Trans Diagnostic
Item 7-Trans Diagnostics – This screen displays the Suspect Parameter Number (SPN) and Failure
mode Identifier (FMI) as received from the transmission for active faults via J1939
(DM1HighTransTempLamp). (Two active faults shown below as an example)
SPN 2003
FMI 31
SPN 177
FMI 15
End of list
\/
Exit
/\
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6.7. Setup Menu
Holding m and t pressed while turning the ignition on enters the setup menu. Trip, Default
Parameter, Self-Test and can be enabled and disabled by the user.
6.7.1. TRIP
Shows if the Trip Odometer is present (YES). Pressing m (OK) will go to the next selection.
Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
Trip Odometer
YES
OK
Exit
NO
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.2. DEFAULT PARAMETER
Shows if the default parameter line is present (YES). Pressing m (OK) will go to the next selection.
Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
Default Parameter
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.3. SELF TEST
When YES is selected, the start up self test will zero the pointers, sound three tones from the
speaker, sweep the gauge pointers through 50%, 100%, then back to zero, and turn all warning
lights on for 5 seconds. When NO is selected the pointers will zero and all warning lights will be
turned on for 5 seconds
SELF TEST
YES
OK
Exit
NO
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
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6.7.4. TRANSMISSION DIAGNOSTICS
When YES is selected, the active transmission SPN and FMI faults are displayed. When NO is
selected the transmission diagnostics functions are deactivated.
TRANSMISSION DIAG
YES
NO
OK
Exit
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen. The
toggle function is not active on this menu and will be activated upon future implementation.
6.7.5. TEST PANEL
When YES is selected, the software is configured as a production chassis test fixture. When NO is
selected the production chassis test fixture are deactivated. This feature can only be activated
through Actia provided software.
TEST PANEL
YES
OK
NO
Exit
Pressing m (OK) will save the selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will
exit to the start up screen. The toggle function is not active on this menu
6.7.6. MANUAL TRANSMISSION
When YES is selected, the configure the software to ignore the loss of transmission
communications and not display a “TRANS COMM” message as listed in paragraph 7.4.3. When
NO is selected the manual transmission functions are deactivated.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
YES
NO
OK
Exit
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen. The
toggle function is not active on this menu and will be activated upon future implementation.
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6.7.7. TURN SIGNAL CLICK
When YES is selected, the software is configured to enable the turn signal “click”. When NO is
selected the turn signal “click”, the turn signal “ON” (see 6.4.7) and the turn signal “reminder
audible alarm” (see 4.6 (1)) will be disabled.
TURN SIGNAL CLICK
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.8. STOP LIGHT INHIBIT
When YES is selected, the software is configured to disable the “stop light” warning indicator,
unless in a warning condition created from the brake interlock circuit (see 4.5.12). When NO is
selected the “stop light” warning indicator will be enabled (see 4.5.12).
STOP LIGHT INHIBIT
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.9. DIESEL ENGINE
When YES is selected, the software is configured to select the Cummins/CAT option for the second
line display (see 6.5.1). When NO is selected, the software will select the John Deere option for the
second line display (see 6.5.2).
DIESEL ENGINE
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
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6.7.10. DIESEL ENGINE TYPE
When Cummins is selected, the software is configured to select the Cummins Engine package
option. When CAT is selected, the software will select the CAT Engine option.
DIESEL ENGINE TYPE
Cummins
CAT
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.11. SANDERS REFILL WARNING LIGHT
When YES is selected, the software is configured to disable the “Sanders” warning indicator (see
5.5.16). When NO is selected the “Sanders” warning indicator will be enabled (see 4.5.16).
SANDERS LIGHT INHIBIT
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.12. BRAKE INTERLOCK
When YES is selected, the software is configured to enable the brake interlock function (see 5.3.3).
When NO is selected the brake interlock function will be disabled (see 5.3.3).
BRAKE INTERLOCK
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
6.7.13. LIFT AUTHORIZATION
When YES is selected, the software is configured to enable the lift authorization function (see
5.7.2). When NO is selected the lift authorization function will be disabled (see 4.7.2).
LIFT AUTHORIZE
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
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6.7.14. ENGINE DOOR OPEN
When YES is selected, the software is configured to enable the engine door open function (see
6.4.10). When NO is selected the lift authorization function will be disabled (see 6.4.10).
ENGINE DOOR OPEN
YES
NO
OK
Exit
TOGGLE
Pressing t (TOGGLE) will toggle between YES and NO, while pressing m (OK) will save the
selection and go to the next selection. Pressing both m and t will exit to the start up screen.
7. GLOSSARY/ABBREVIATIONS
TBD – To be determined
EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers
PGN – Parameter Group Number (J1939)
SPN – Suspect Parameter Number (J1939)
FMI – Failure Mode Identifier (J1939)
ECM – Electronic Control Module
TVD – Total Vehicle Distance
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8. TROUBLESHOOTING
Observation (Symptom)
All gauge pointers wagging end to end;
LCD message “Eng Comm Failure” or
“Trans Comm Failure”;
Various warning lights may be on or off
but are not flashing
Problem
No J1939 Databus being
received by the speedometer
2
All gauge pointers, except speedometer,
wagging end to end;
All warning lights are flashing
No LIN Databus between the
speedometer and the other
gauges and warning modules
3
Instrument panel does not power up;
No activity on any gauge or warning
lights
Speedometer indicating 0;
Read parameter Speed = 0
Engine controller sending
speed data as zero (0) on J1939
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Speedometer pointer wagging;
Read parameter Speed = NA
Tachometer pointer wagging;
Read parameter Eng RPM = NA
Tachometer pointer wagging;
Read parameter Eng RPM = a value
No engine speed data on J1939
Coolant temp gauge pointer wagging;
Coolant temp warning light OFF or ON;
Read parameter coolant temp = NA
Coolant temp gauge pointer wagging;
Coolant temp warning light flashing
No coolant temp data on J1939
Oil pressure gauge pointer wagging;
Oil pressure warning light OFF or ON;
Read parameter oil psi = NA
Oil pressure gauge pointer wagging;
Oil pressure warning light flashing
No oil pressure data on J1939
Oil pressure gauge pointer stuck at
maximum
Oil pressure gauge pointer stuck at
maximum
Oil pressure gauge pointer stuck at
minimum
Wrong engine selected
No engine speed data on J1939
No LIN Databus going to
tachometer
No LIN Databus going to
coolant temp gauge
No LIN Databus going to oil
pressure gauge
Oil pressure sender open circuit
Oil pressure sender shorted
Things to check
1) Wiring at speedometer 8 position
connector pins 3, 4, & 8
2) IP J1939 stub disconnected from
backbone harness
3) Bus termination resistor missing
(speedometer 8 position connector pins 4
& 8 must be connected together
4) Engine or Transmission controllers not
configured for J1939 communication
1) Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
2) Remove one gauges at a time from the
LIN bus harness and observe if LIN
communications is restored.
1) 9-16V power at speedometer J1 pin 1
2) 9-16V power at speedometer J2 pin 11
3) Ground at speedometer J1 pin 2
1) Transmission not sending tail shaft
speed to engine
2)Broken data link between engine and
transmission
Engine controller not sending vehicle
speed information
Engine controller not sending engine
speed information
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Engine controller not sending engine
coolant temperature information
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Engine controller not sending engine oil
pressure information
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Change engine type in master gauge from
Cummins to Cat.
Check sender or for a open sender wire to
master gauge (Cummins Only)
Check sender or for a shorted sender wire
to master gauge (Cummins Only)
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Observation (Symptom)
Trans temp gauge pointer wagging;
Trans temp warning light OFF or ON;
Read parameter trans temp = NA
Trans temp gauge pointer wagging;
Trans temp warning light flashing
Problem
No trans temp data on J1939
Things to check
Transmission controller not sending trans
temperature information
No LIN Databus going to trans
temp gauge
Voltmeter pointer wagging;
Voltmeter warning light OFF or ON;
Read parameter Voltmeter = NA
Voltmeter pointer wagging;
Voltmeter warning light flashing
Fuel gauge pointer stuck at EMPTY;
Low fuel warning light ON
Fuel gauge pointer stuck at FULL;
Low fuel warning light OFF
Fuel gauge pointer wagging;
Low Fuel warning light flashing
No voltmeter data on J1939
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Transmission controller not sending trans
temperature information
Front Air pressure gauge pointer
wagging;
Read parameter air = NA
Front Air pressure gauge pointer
wagging;
Low air warning light flashing
Rear Air pressure gauge pointer
wagging;
Read parameter air = NA
Rear Air pressure gauge pointer
wagging;
Low air warning light flashing
Ammeter reading seem low / high
Ammeter pointer stuck at +150 / -150
Warning module does not have
air transducers programmed
Warning modules do not perform lamp
test on turn on;
Icons not flashing
Left Turn icon stuck off;
Left turn binary input reads low
Left Turn icon stuck on;
Left turn binary input reads high
No LIN Databus going to
voltmeter
Fuel sender wire shorted to
ground
Fuel sender wire open circuit
Check the 3-wire harness between the
Speedo, other gauges, and WB modules
Wire to speedometer pin 1 shorted to
chassis
Wire to speedometer pin 1 open
No LIN Databus going to fuel
level gauge
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Contact Actia Corp.
No LIN databus between the
right warning module and the
speedometer
Warning module does not have
air transducers programmed
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Contact Actia Corp.
No LIN databus between the
right warning module and the
speedometer
Ammeter not calibrated
Ammeter wires open / short
circuit
No power to the warning
module
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Check Sender output voltage
Wire to speedometer pin 7 open / shorted
to chassis
Check the 3-wire harness between the
speedometer, other gauges, and warning
modules
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 12 broken or
shorted to chassis
1) Bad turn signal switch
2) Wire to Speedo J2 pin 12 shorted to
ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 13 broken or
shorted to chassis
1) Bad turn signal switch
2) Wire to Speedo J2 pin 13 shorted to
ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 16 broken or
shorted to chassis
Left turn binary input will not
go high
Left turn binary input shorted
high
Right Turn icon stuck off;
Binary input reads low
Right Turn icon stuck on;
Binary input reads high
Right turn binary input will not
go high
Right turn binary input shorted
high
Hi Beam icon is stuck OFF;
Hi Beam binary Input reads low
Input is not switching high
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Observation (Symptom)
Hi Beam icon is stuck ON;
High Beam binary input reads high
Problem
Input shorted high
Park Brake icon is stuck OFF;
Park Brake binary Input reads low
Park Brake icon is stuck ON;
Park Brake binary input reads high
Input is not switching high
Stop Light icon is stuck OFF;
Stop Light binary Input reads low
Stop Light icon is stuck ON;
Stop Light binary input reads high
Input is not switching high
Hydraulic Brake Failure icon stuck off;
Hydraulic Brake Failure binary input
reads high
Hydraulic Brake Failure icon stuck on;
Hydraulic Brake Failure binary input
reads low
Wait to Start icon stuck off;
Wait to Start binary input reads high
Wait to Start icon stuck on;
Wait to Start binary input reads low
High Hyd. Oil Temp icon stuck off;
High Hyd. Oil binary input reads high
High Hyd. Oil icon stuck on;
High Hyd. Oil binary input reads low
Alternator message will not display;
Alternator message binary input reads
high
Alternator message stuck on;
Alternator message binary input reads
low
Sanders Refill message will not display;
Sanders Refill message binary input
reads high
Sanders Refill message stuck on;
Sanders Refill message binary input
reads low
ABS icon stuck off;
ABS binary input reads high
ABS icon stuck on;
ABS binary input reads low
WIF message will not display;
WIF message binary input reads high
Hydraulic Brake Failure binary
input will not switch low
WIF message stuck on;
WIF message binary input reads low
Input shorted high
Input shorted high
Things to check
1) Bad headlight or dimmer switch
2) Wire to Speedo J2 pin 16 shorted to
ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 14 broken or
shorted to chassis
1) Bad park brake switch
2) Wire to Speedo J2 pin 14 shorted to
ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 15 broken or
shorted to chassis
1) Service Brake switch
2) Wire to Speedo J2 pin 15 shorted to
ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 3 broken or shorted
to ignition voltage
Hydraulic Brake Failure binary
input shorted low
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 3 shorted to chassis
Wait to Start binary input will
not switch low
Wait to Start binary input
shorted low
High Hyd. Oil binary input will
not switch low
High Hyd. Oil binary input
shorted low
Alternator message binary
input will not switch low
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 2 broken or shorted
to ignition voltage
Wire to Speedo J2 pin 2 shorted to chassis
Alternator message binary
input shorted low
Wire to warning bank module pin 2
shorted to chassis
Sanders Refill message binary
input will not switch low
Wire to warning bank module pin 3
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Sanders Refill message binary
input shorted low
Wire to warning bank module pin 3
shorted to chassis
ABS binary input will not
switch low
ABS binary input shorted low
WIF message binary input will
not switch low
Wire to warning bank module pin 4
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Wire to warning bank module pin 4
shorted to chassis
Wire to warning bank module pin 5
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
WIF message binary input
shorted low
Wire to warning bank module pin 5
shorted to chassis
Wire to warning bank module pin 1
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Wire to warning bank module pin 1
shorted to chassis
Wire to warning bank module pin 2
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
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Observation (Symptom)
Problem
Things to check
Lift not stowed message binary
input will not switch low
Wire to warning bank module pin 6
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Lift not stowed message binary
input shorted low
Wire to warning bank module pin 6
shorted to chassis
Retarder binary input will not
switch low
Retarder binary input shorted
low
Engine Door message binary
input will not switch low
Wire to warning bank module pin 7
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Wire to warning bank module pin 7
shorted to chassis
Wire to warning bank module pin 8
broken or shorted to ignition voltage
Engine Door message binary
input shorted low
Wire to warning bank module pin 8
shorted to chassis
No stop engine data on J1939
Engine controller not sending stop engine
information
Engine controller sending stop
engine FMI on J1939
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Lift not stowed message will not
display; Lift not stowed message binary
input reads high
Lift not stowed message stuck on;
Lift not stowed message binary input
reads low
Retarder icon stuck off;
Retarder binary input reads high
Retarder icon stuck on;
Retarder binary input reads low
Engine Door message will not display;
Engine Door message binary input reads
high
Engine Door message stuck on;
Engine Door message binary input reads
low
Stop Engine icon stuck off;
Stop Engine FMI not Active in Eng.
Diag. Menu
Stop Engine icon stuck on;
Stop Engine FMI Active in Eng. Diag.
Menu
Low Coolant Level icon stuck off;
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Low Coolant Level icon stuck on;
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Check Trans icon stuck off;
Check Trans FMI not Active on
transmission diagnostic tool
Check Trans icon stuck on;
Check Trans FMI Active on
transmission diagnostic tool
Trans Temp icon stuck off;
Trans Temp data not Active in read
parameters menu
Trans Temp icon stuck on;
Trans Temp reading higher than set
point in read parameters menu
Engine Warning icon stuck off;
Engine Warning FMI not Active in Eng.
Diag. Menu
Engine Warning icon stuck on;
Engine Warning FMI Active in Eng.
Diag. Menu
Engine controller sending Low
Coolant Level data on J1939
No Check Trans FMI on J1939
1) Engine controller Error
2) Broken sender wire between engine
sender
Engine controller not sending Low
Coolant Level information
1) Engine controller Error
2) Coolant level sender error
Transmission controller not sending check
trans information
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No coolant level data on J1939
Transmission controller
sending check trans FMI on
J1939
No Trans Temp Data on J1939
1) Transmission controller Error
2) Transmission sender error
Transmission controller
sending erroneous data on
J1939
No Engine Warning data on
J1939
1) Transmission controller Error
2) Transmission sender error
Engine controller sending
Engine Warning FMI on J1939
1) Engine controller Error
2) Broken sender wire between engine
sender
Transmission controller not sending trans
temp information
Engine controller not sending Engine
Warning information
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Observation (Symptom)
Problem
Things to check
MIL icon stuck off;
MIL FMI not Active in Eng. Diag.
Menu
MIL icon stuck on;
MIL FMI Active in Eng. Diag. Menu
No stop engine data on J1939
Engine controller not sending stop engine
information
Engine controller sending MIL
FMI on J1939
1) Engine controller Error
2) Broken sender wire between engine
sender
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