Multi-Function Display Y53

Multi-Function Display Y53
Contents
Safety
1
Emergency
2
Controls
3
Driving
4
Maintenance
5
Information
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Index
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Contents
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SAFETY
INTRODUCTION
1
Safety Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Illustrations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Safety Alerts
Please read and follow all of the
safety alerts contained in this manual.
They are there for your protection
and information. These alerts can
help you avoid injury to yourself, your
passengers, and help prevent costly
damage to the vehicle. Safety alerts
are highlighted by safety alert symbols
and signal words such as "WARNING",
"CAUTION", or "NOTE". Please do not
ignore any of these alerts.
WARNING
WARNING:
The safety alert following this symbol
and signal word provides a warning
against operating procedures which
could cause injury or even death.
They could also cause equipment or
property damage. The alert will identify
the hazard, how to avoid it, and the
probable consequence of not avoiding
the hazard.
Example:
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WARNING: Do not carry
additional fuel containers in
your vehicle. Fuel containers,
either full or empty, may leak,
explode, and cause or feed a
fire. Do not carry extra fuel
containers. Even empty ones
are dangerous. Failure to
comply may result in personal
injury, death, equipment or
property damage.
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INTRODUCTION
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CAUTION
CAUTION:
The safety alert following this symbol
and signal word provides a caution
against operating procedures which
could cause equipment or property
damage. The alert will identify the
hazard, how to avoid it, and the
probable consequence of not avoiding
the hazard.
NOTE
NOTE:
The alert following this symbol and
signal word provides important
information that is not safety related
but should be followed. The alert
will highlight things that may not be
obvious and is useful to your efficient
operation of the vehicle.
Example:
Example:
CAUTION: Continuing to
operate your vehicle with
insufficient oil pressure
will cause serious engine
damage. Failure to comply
may result in equipment or
property damage.
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NOTE: Pumping the accelerator
will not assist in starting the
engine.
INTRODUCTION
Foreword
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This manual contains information for
the correct operation of your vehicle’s
instrumentation system. Read and
follow all safety instructions. Keep
this manual with the equipment. If
the equipment is traded or sold,
give the manual to the new owner.
The information, specifications,
and recommended maintenance
guidelines in this manual are based
on information in effect at the time of
printing. Kenworth reserves the right
to make changes at any time without
obligation. If you find differences
between your instruments and the
information in this manual, contact an
authorized Kenworth dealer. When
replacement parts are needed, we
recommend using only genuine parts
from Kenworth.
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INTRODUCTION
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Illustrations
General Information
Some of the illustrations throughout
this manual are generic and will not
look exactly like the parts used in your
application.
The illustrations are intended to show
repair or replacement procedures.
The procedure will be the same for all
applications, although the illustration
can differ.
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CONTROLS
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Alarms, Warning Tones and Visual
Indicator Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Warning and Information Alert Screens . . 3-4
Wingman® ACB Warning Tone / Alert Screens3-8
Multi-Function Display . . . . . . . . . 3-11
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Introduction
This section explains the location and
function of the various instruments and
controls on your vehicle.
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Please remember that each Kenworth
is custom made. Your instrument panel
may not look exactly like the one in
the illustration below. Described below
are the most common instruments and
controls available.
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Alarms, Warning Tones and
Visual Indicator Lights
Introduction
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Your vehicle’s dash and
instrumentation uses various
methods to indicate to you the status
of various systems, or that one or
more of your vehicle’s systems may
be malfunctioning. The method
to communicate or alert you of a
particular condition is by:
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•
•
Audible alarm tone
Audible warning tone
Indicator light(s)
you an indication of what
system is affected. It could
be a failure of an important
system, such as the brakes,
which could lead to an
accident and may result
in personal injury, death,
equipment or property
damage.
Warning and Information
Alert Screens
The Multi-Function display has various
alert screens that are either warnings,
or informational.
No Idle Shutdown
The No-Idle Shutdown screen is
activated upon engine shutdown due
to extended idle time while not moving.
In some cases, you may have both an
alarm or warning tone accompanied by
an indicator light(s).
WARNING: Do not ignore
any type of tone or lights.
These signals tell you that
something is malfunctioning
on your vehicle and provide
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Cruise Control Rationality
(Brake/Clutch)
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The Cruise Control Rationality screen
is displayed when attempting to
activate the cruise control prior to
depressing both the service brake
pedal and the clutch pedal. For
vehicles with automated transmissions
and no clutch pedal, only the service
brake pedal needs to be depressed.
Lamp Faults - Low/High Beam (Not
available on Medium Duty or T700
vehicles)
The Lamp Faults screen is displayed
when an error is detected in the
headlamp circuits.
Park Brake On While Moving
The Park Brake On While Moving
warning screen is displayed when
the Park Brake is on and the vehicle
speed is greater than zero and/or the
accelerator pedal position is greater
than 10%.
DEF (Low Diesel Exhaust Fluid)
The DEF Warning screen is displayed
when the DEF Fluid level has reached
a critically low level. It may be
suppressed by pushing enter on the
MCS (Menu Control Switch). See
Menu Control Switch on page 3-13.
This warning may be accompanied by
the DEF Level in the low range, DEF
Lamp on solid or flashing, the Check
Engine lamp, the Stop Engine lamp,
the MIL lamp, and/or engine de-rate.
Regen Inhibited
The Regen Inhibited due to
Switch screen is displayed when
a regeneration is required and the DPF
switch is in the inhibit positiion.
SCR/DEF
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The Exhaust (SCR/DEF) Service
Required screen is displayed when
either the SCR system has been
tampered with or the DEF quality
is below standards. It may be
suppressed by pushing enter on the
MCS (Menu Control Switch). See
Menu Control Switch on page 3-13.
This warning may be accompanied
by the DEF Lamp flashing, the Check
Engine lamp, the Stop Engine lamp,
the MIL lamp, and/or engine de-rate.
Low Voltage Disconnect (Not available
on Medium Duty vehicles)
The Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD)
screen is displayed when the system
voltage falls to 12.1 volts.
Alarm Clock Active
The Alarm Clock Active screen is
displayed when the Alarm is on and
the Alarm time equals clock/local time.
The Alarm Clock Active screen will
be displayed for approximately 10
minutes and may be suppressed by
pressing MCS (Menu Control Switch)
enter, which turns off the alarm. See
Menu Control Switch on page 3-13.
Over-Crank Protection
Trailer Fault (Not available on Medium
Duty or T700 vehicles)
The Trailer Fault screen is displayed
when an error is detected in the trailer
circuits.
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Over-Crank Protection screen is
displayed when the starter motor is
being protected from over heat or from
being engaged while the engine is
running.
Cruise Control Screen
The Cruise Control Set screen is
displayed when the Cruise Control is
active and the Set/Resume switch is
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used. The current cruise control speed
will be displayed.
Hydrocarbon Burn
Water In Fuel
The Water In Fuel (WIF) screen
is displayed when the WIF sensor
detects water in the fuel.
The “Do Not Drive 10 Minute Parked
Regen Required” is displayed when
unburned hydrocarbons or water vapor
are trapped in the Diesel Particular
Filter (DPF). These need to be burned
off before the vehicle is driven. This
warning may be accompanied by the
DPF lamp on or flashing, the Check
Engine Lamp, the Stop Engine Lamp
and/or engine derate. An audible alarm
will engage when the vehicle starts
moving while this warning is active.
Circuit Failure (Not available on
Medium Duty or T700 vehicles)
The Circuit Failure screen is displayed
when a circuit fault is detected. This
screen is accompanied with the hazard
indicators and low beam headlamps.
Engine Protection Shutdown Timer
The “Shutdown” is displayed when the
engine has derated and the situation
requires the engine to turn off. The
time to shutdown is displayed. This
warning may be accompanied by the
Check Engine Lamp, the Stop Engine
Lamp and/or engine derate. A restart
of the engine is possible with minimal
function to ensure safe operation. It
may be suppressed by pushing on
the MCS (Menu Control Switch). See
Menu Control Switch on page 3-13.
Front Drive Axle Speed Warning
The “Attention Front Axle Is Engaged”
is displayed when the front drive
axle is engaged and the vehicle has
exceeded a pre-determined speed.
An audible alert will sound when the
warning is displayed.
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What You Should Do
If an alert screen comes on while
driving, do the following:
Engine Over-Speed Shutdown Low Air
Warning
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The “Overspeed Shutdown May not
work due to low-air” is displayed when
the system air pressure is to low to
guarantee that the Air Inlet Valve will
shut for overspeed conditions. It may
be suppressed by pushing on the MCS
(Menu Control Switch). See Menu
Control Switch on page 3-13. There is
an accompanying audio alarm, which
will continue to sound as long as the
conditions are true even if the pop-up
has been suppressed.
1.
Slow down carefully.
2.
Move a safe distance off the road
and stop.
3.
Set the parking brake. (Refer to
Operator’s Manual for "Operating
the Transmission" and "Operating
the Brake System".)
4.
If the engine is overheating do
not turn it off (see “Overheating
Engine” in the Operator’s Manual);
otherwise, for other conditions turn
the engine OFF.
5.
Turn on the emergency flasher
and use other warning devices to
alert other motorists.
Wingman® ACB Warning
Tone / Alert Screens
•
Series of high pitched rings that
repeat at different rates. See the
following warning descriptions and
corresponding number of tones
per minute.
•
Indicates one of the following
scenarios; your vehicle is too close
to the vehicle ahead, a stationary
object has been detected, or there
is an active fault in the Wingman®
ACB system.
Level 3 Following Distance Alert
This Wingman® ACB warning tone is
active when the following distance is
less than what is set in the Wingman®
ACB system. This is the least severe
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of all the ACB warning tones. The high
pitched ring will have a single beep
repeating at a rate of 42 tones per
minute.
more braking power and/or steering
clear of the vehicle ahead to avoid a
potential collision. The high pitched
ring will have a solid tone for a 3
second duration.
Level 1 Following Distance Alert
Level 2 Following Distance Alert
This Wingman® ACB warning tone is
active when the following distance is
less than what is set in the Wingman®
ACB system. This ACB warning
tone is more severe than the Level
3 Following Distance Alert. The high
pitched ring will have a double beep
repeating at a rate of 80 tones per
minute (40 double beeps per minute).
This Wingman® ACB warning tone is
active when the following distance is
less than what is set in the Wingman®
ACB system. This ACB warning tone
is the most severe following distance
alert. The high pitched ring will have a
continuous beep repeating at a rate of
188 tones per minute.
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Fault Alert
This Wingman® ACB warning tone
is active when there is a fault in the
Wingman® ACB system. The high
pitched ring will have a single beep
that is not repeating.
Impact Alert
This is the most severe warning issued
by Wingman® ACB. The warning tone
is active when the driver must take
immediate evasive action by applying
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death, serious injury, and/or
property damage.
Stationary Object Alert
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This Wingman® ACB warning tone
is active when the system detects a
sizable stationary object with reflective
surfaces in your lane of travel. The
high pitched ring will have a continuous
beep repeating at a rate of 188 tones
per minute.
WARNING: The Wingman®
ACB sensor may not be
able to detect vehicles
and objects with limited metal
surfaces (such as recreational
vehicles, horse-drawn
buggies, motorcycles,
logging trailers, etc.). Failure
to understand the system
limitation may result in
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Disabled Alert
This Wingman® ACB is able to use
the vehicle’s foundation brakes as a
last resort in attempt to keep the set
following distance. This alert screen is
active once the system stops applying
the foundation brakes because cruise
control is disabled.
Not Available Alert
This Wingman® ACB alert screen
is active after a cruise set/resume
switch activation with a fault in the
ACB system. It is also used as the
brake overuse alert when the system
is intervening and using the foundation
brakes excessively.
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Multi-Function Display
WARNING: Do not look at
the Multi-Function Display
for prolonged periods while
the vehicle is moving. Only
glance at the monitor briefly
while driving. Failure to do
so can result in the driver
not being attentive to the
vehicle’s road position, which
could lead to an accident
involving personal injury,
death or vehicle damage.
The Multi-Function Display integrates
the following list of functions (menu
items) into one display.
of systems. The display will turn on
whenever one of the following are
activated:
•
Blank Screen (for night driving)
•
•
Engine RPM Display
Ignition key is in ON or ACC
positions
•
Fuel Economy Display
•
Ignition timer is ON (active)
•
Ignition Timer
•
•
Trip Information Display
MCS button is pushed
(independent of ignition key
switch position)
•
Truck Information Display
•
Clock alarm sounds
•
On-Board Diagnostic Display
•
•
Transmission Gear Display
(automated transmissions only)
Driver or passenger door is
opened
•
Hazard warning lamp switch is ON
•
Clock Display
•
Head lamp switch is ON
•
Collision Avoidance
•
Dome lamp switch is ON
•
Settings Screen
•
Service Brake switch is ON
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The Multi-Function Display, located
above the primary instrument
cluster will display important vehicle
information through a constant monitor
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Menu Navigation & Definitions
Table 3 Menu Item Accessibility
Accessible Accessible
while
while
Parked
Driving
Yes
Yes
Blank Screen
Fuel Economy
Yes
No
RPM Detail
Yes
Yes
Ignition Timer
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Trip Information
No
Yes
Truck Information
Diagnostic
No
Yes
Display
Transmission
Yes
Yes
Gear Display
Yes
Yes
Clock Display
Collision
Yes
Yes
Avoidance
No
Yes
Settings Screen
Right Hand Status Bar and
Definitions
NOTE: This gear display
will only be displayed in the
right-hand status bar if the
operator has not selected
the Transmission Display. If
the Transmission Display is
selected, a larger gear icon and
the current gear number will be
displayed while driving. (See
Transmission Display on page
3-16 for additional information.)
Menu Items
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●
Cruise Control Active - Icon
will indicate when cruise control
is active or the cruise set speed
will be displayed (optional). Icon
looks like a clock dial face.
●
Alarm On Indicator - The right
hand status bar is equipped
with a clock warning bell. If the
alarm has been set, the bell will
be displayed with no animation.
When the alarm is active, the bell
shows animation.
●
Right Hand Status Bar
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Gear Display (for automatic
transmissions only) - Displays
present gear.
●
Shift Indicator (option)
-Prompts the driver when to shift
up on manual transmissions for
fuel economy.
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Left Hand Menu Bar
Menu Items
A. Blank Screen - No information or
graphics displayed.
B. Fuel Economy
Medium Duty and T700 Vehicles
The left hand menu bar (menu bullets)
gives the status of the current menu
item. Scroll through the menu items
by rotating the Menu Control Switch
(MCS) clockwise (down the menu)
or counterclockwise (up the menu).
Select a menu item by pressing the
MCS. Some menu items require
the MCS to be pressed to access
Submenu information.
1
2
Scroll through the menu
screens by rotating the
MCS.
Select a menu item by
pressing the MCS.
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Fuel Economy
1.
Bar graph - Indicates
instantaneous fuel economy.
2.
Trip Econ. - Indicates trip fuel
economy.
C. RPM Detail
Heavy Duty Vehicles
1
2
Menu Control Switch (MCS)
Heater and Air Conditioning
Controls
RPM
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RPM reading of actual engine RPM.
Engine RPM within the bar graph
chevrons (in range zone) indicates the
engine is operating in the most efficient
RPM range.
NOTE: When accessing the
trip information menu, push the
MCS on this menu (bullet). To
exit, push the MCS again. To
reset the trip values, press the
Trip Odometer Reset Button
on the main gauge instrument
cluster.
D. Ignition Timer
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1.
Trip Distance - Indicates total trip
distance.
2.
Trip Engine Hours - Indicates total
trip engine hours.
Idle Info
1.
Trip Engine Hours - Indicates total
trip engine hours.
2.
Trip Idle Percentage (%) Indicates total trip idle percentage.
PTO Info (Optional)
Ignition Timer (Not available on
Medium Duty vehicles)
Ignition timer is set from this menu.
To set the timer, push the MCS on
the ignition timer menu (bullet). Then
rotate the MCS to the desired time (0
to 30 minutes). After the time expires,
the vehicles ignition (switched) power
will be shut off (if the ignition key is in
the OFF position).
E. Trip Information
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Trip Information
Trip Info (submenu):
1.
PTO Hours - Indicates total vehicle
PTO operation hours.
2.
PTO Trip Hours - Indicates total
trip PTO operation hours. To reset
the Trip Values, press the Trip
Odometer Reset Button on the
main gauge instrument cluster.
3.
PTO Trip (%) (Accessible when
parked) - Indicates total trip PTO
percentage.
4.
PTO Trip Fuel - Indicates total trip
PTO fuel.
Instant Info
1.
Trip Economy (Accessible when
driving) - Indicates trip fuel
economy.
2.
Average Speed (Accessible when
driving) - Indicates trip average
speed (not including idling).
Trip Result
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5.
PTO Trip Economy - Indicates
total trip PTO economy.
NOTE: Display functions for
PTO hours, PTO Trip Hours and
PTO Trip Percentage will only
be available if supported by the
engine installed. If the truck
has a factory-installed PTO,
these fields will appear in the
Trip Information screen. If the
engine does not support the
data, dashes will be shown.
NOTE: When accessing the
truck information menu, push
the MCS on this menu (bullet).
To exit, push the MCS again.
Transmission Model
3.
Transmission Software Version
ABS Info
Truck Information
Truck Info (submenu):
Chassis Info
1.
Chassis Number
2.
Fleet ID Number (Optional)
3.
Cab Electronic Control Unit
(CECU) Software Version
F. Truck Information
NOTE: Only available truck
information will be shown (i.e.,
manual transmissions do not
have a software version).
2.
1.
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
Make
2.
ABS Model
3.
ABS Software Version
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Engine Info
1.
Engine Make
2.
Engine Model
3.
Engine Software Version
4.
Governed Speed Limit (Optional)
Transmission Info (Automated
Transmissions only)
1.
Transmission Make
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G. Diagnostic Display
NOTE: "Faults Found" will only
be active if a red or yellow
warning lamp is illuminated
and additional information is
available.
H. Transmission Display (Automated
Transmissions only)
NOTE: Refer to the Automated
Transmission Operator’s
Manual for complete description
of arrow symbols.
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Diagnostic Display
Transmission Display
The diagnostic display menu (bullet)
will indicate a fault that is present.
While on this menu item the display
will either indicate "No Faults Found"
or "Faults Found". If "Faults Found"
is active, pushing the MCS on this
menu item will show "Exit", "Engine",
"Transmission", "ABS", "Truck", and/or
"Soot Filter". Exit will take you back to
the diagnostic menu bullet and clicking
on any of the other items will display
an active vehicle diagnostic message.
Shows gear number that coincides
with the current transmission gear
selected. Can also indicate to driver
to shift up or down.
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I. Speed Control Management
Display (Automated Transmissions
only)
Upshift Indicator while on Transmission
Gear Screen with Autoshift or Ultrashift
Transmissions
The “Shift for fuel econ.” is displayed
when the current screen is
Transmission Display And the
engine requests an upshift for better
fuel economy.
J. Clock Display
Clock Display
Shows Local or Home time as selected
by the driver. The time can also be
set to show 12 hour time (AM/PM) or
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24 hour time (military). Refer to the
"Settings Menu" section for additional
information covering clock/alarm and
formatting options.
•
•
Pre-Trip Lamp Test
Exit
1. Scroll through the list of menu items
to Time: Home or Local. Press the
MCS to toggle between Home or Local
time.
K. Settings Menu
The Settings menu screen allows
the driver to view and/or change the
following menu items:
•
Clock Display Format 12 Hour
(AM/PM) or 24 Hour (military)
•
Clock Home/Local Time
•
Clock Alarm ON/OFF
•
Clock Local Time (Set)
•
Clock Alarm Time (Set)
•
Trailer Detect
•
Headlamps With Wipers
•
Units Standard or Metric
•
Language English, Spanish or
French
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Settings Menu
To Set Clock Display Format:
1.
When in the settings menu, scroll
through the list of menu items to
"Format".
2.
Press the MCS to display either 12
hour (AM/PM) or 24 hour (military
time).
Clock Home/Local Time
2. To change the selected time (Home
or Local), rotate the MCS to the
Settings screen. Press the MCS to
select it.
3. When in the menu settings, scroll
through the list of menu items to Set
Clock Time (for home time) or Set
Local Time. Press the MCS to select it.
Clock Display Format
To Set Clock Home/Local Time:
Set Clock Time
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4. Rotate the MCS to change the hour.
Press the MCS. Rotate the MCS again
to change the minutes. Press the MCS
to set the new time.
2. When in the Settings menu, scroll
through the list of menu items to "Set
Alarm Time". Press the MCS to select
it.
1.
Rotate the MCS to the "Settings"
menu. Press the MCS.
2.
When in the setting menu, scroll
through the list of menu items to
"Alarm".
3.
Press the MCS to turn the alarm
ON or OFF.
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Set Hour/Minutes
5. To exit the screen, rotate the MCS
to Exit, then press the MCS.
3. Rotate the MCS to change the hour.
Press the MCS. Rotate the MCS again
to change the minutes. Press the MCS
to set the new alarm time.
4. To exit the screen, rotate the MCS
to Exit, then press the MCS.
To Set Alarm Time:
Set Alarm Hour/Minutes
To Turn Alarm ON/OFF:
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4.
To exit the screen, rotate the MCS
to Exit, then press the MCS.
NOTE: A bell icon appears
in the clock display when
the alarm has been set to
ON.
Exit
1. Rotate the MCS to the "Settings"
menu. Press the MCS.
NOTE: Unless there is a
loss of battery power, the
display will always maintain
the last screen from key off
after the key is turned back
to the on position and the
POST cycle completes.
Set Alarm Time
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To Set Standard or Metric Units:
Alarm "On"
To activate Trailer Detect:
The trailer outputs on your vehicle
may be able to detect whether or not
a trailer is attached. Should a trailer
connection be detected and later lost
while driving the driver will be notified
of the error. Errors will be presented
to the driver as either intermittent or
persisitent depending ont he duration
of the error. All notifications may be
surpressed by the driver.
1.
Scroll to TRLR Detect and select
by pressing the MCS.
2.
Scroll to the desired ON/OFF
setting.
3.
When set to ’ON’ Trailer Detect will
be active when the ignition switch
is in the ’ON’ position.
1.
Rotate the MCS to the "Settings"
menu. Press the MCS.
2.
When in the Settings menu, scroll
through the list of menu items to
"Units". Press the MCS to display
either Standard or Metric units.
Trailer Detect (Not available on
Medium Duty or T700 vehicles)
To activate Headlamps with Wipers:
1.
Scroll to HL + Wiper and select by
pressing the MCS.
2.
Press MCS to toggle to the desired
ON/OFF setting.
3.
When set to ’ON’ the Low Beam
Lamps will be acitve when the
ignition switch is in the ’ON’
position and the Wiper Control
Switch is ’ON’.
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To Set Language:
1.
Rotate the MCS knob to the
"Settings" menu. Press the MCS.
2.
When in the Settings menu, scroll
through the list of menu items to
"Language". Press the MCS to
display either English, Spanish or
French.
L. Pre-trip Lamp Test (Not available
on Medium Duty or T700 vehicles)
Headlamps with Wipers (Not available
on Medium Duty or T700 vehicles)
When activated with the MCS,
‘Pre-trip Lamp Test Active’ appears
on the Multi-function display and will
re-appear periodically while the test
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is active. The test will illuminate the
following lamps:
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Lamp
Marker*
Clearance*
Headlamp low-beam
Headlamp high-beam
Auxiliary (fog or
driving)
Stop
Park*
Hazard/Turn lamps
Sequence
1, 2
1, 2
1
2
1, 2
2
1, 2
1
All lamps with sequence #1 will
illuminate simultaneously for 10
seconds. All lamps with sequence
#2 will illuminate simultaneously for
10 seconds immediately following
sequence #1. Each sequence will
illuminate lamps for 10 seconds.
With the default settings and without
intervention the Pre-trip Lamp Test will
deactivate after 10 minutes. Sequence
time can vary from 10 seconds with a
10 minute duration up to 30 seconds
and a 30 minute duration.
3-20
Asterisks (*) indicate that dash switch
must be ON for the Pre-trip Self Test to
operate these lamps.
Pre-trip Lamp Test (Not available on
Medium Duty or T700 vehicles)
Index
Index
A
Alarms 3-4
Alert screens
alarm clock active 3-6
circuit failure 3-7
cruise control 3-6
cruise control rationality 3-5
DEF 3-5
disabled alert 3-10
engine over-speed shutdown low
air warning 3-8
engine protection shutdown
timer 3-7
fault alert 3-9
front drive axle speed warning 3-7
hydrocarbon burn 3-7
impact alert 3-9
lamp faults 3-5
level 1 following distance alert 3-9
level 2 following distance alert 3-9
level 3 following distance alert 3-9
low voltage disconnect 3-6
no-idle shutdown 3-4
not available alert 3-10
over-crank protection 3-6
park brake on while moving 3-5
SCR/DEF 3-6
stationary object alert 3-10
trailer detect 3-6
water in fuel (WIF) 3-7
Wingman® ACB alert screens 3-8
C
Clock
clock display 3-16
clock settings menu 3-17
lamp test 3-19
to set alarm time 3-18
to set clock display 3-17
to set clock home/local time 3-17
to turn alarm ON/OFF 3-18
D
Displays/menu screens
clock display 3-16
clock home/local time 3-17
clock settings menu 3-17
diagnostic display 3-16
fuel economy 3-13
ignition timer 3-14
lamp test 3-19
left hand menu bar 3-13
multi-function display 3-11
multi-function menu items 3-12
RPM detail 3-13
speed control management
display 3-16
to set language 3-19
to set standard or metric units 3-19
transmission display 3-16
trip information 3-14
truck information 3-15
Index-1
7
Index
F
display panel 3-11
left hand menu bar 3-13
left hand menu bar - menu
items 3-13
menu items 3-12
right hand status bar 3-12
Foreword 1-5
G
General information 1-6
H
Headlamps with Wipers
to activate headlamps with
wipers 3-19
I
Illustrations 1-6
Instrument panel
alert screens 3-4
audible warning or alarm tone 3-4
indicator light(s) 3-4
warning and information
screens 3-4
Wingman® ACB alert screens 3-8
Wingman® ACB warning tone 3-8
7
M
Multi-function display 3-11
Index-2
S
Safety
foreword 1-5
safety alerts 1-3
Safety Alerts 1-3
T
Trailer Detect
to activate trailer detect 3-19
W
Warning light/indicator symbols
alarm on indicator 3-12
cruise control active icon 3-12
gear display 3-12
shift indicator 3-12
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