Power Take-Offs Owner`s Manual
Effective:
December 2016
Supercedes: HY25-1FRD-M1/US September 2016
Power Take-Offs Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
247, 249, 249V Series
WARNING — User Responsibility
FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product or system options for further investigation by users
having technical expertise.
The user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely responsible for making the final selection of the system and components and assuring that all performance, endurance, maintenance,
safety and warning requirements of the application are met. The user must analyze all aspects of the application, follow applicable industry standards, and follow the information concerning
the product in the current product catalog and in any other materials provided from Parker or its subsidiaries or authorized distributors.
To the extent that Parker or its subsidiaries or authorized distributors provide component or system options based upon data or specifications provided by the user, the user is responsible
for determining that such data and specifications are suitable and sufficient for all applications and reasonably foreseeable uses of the components or systems.
Offer of Sale
The items described in this document are hereby offered for sale by Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries or its authorized distributors. This offer and its acceptance are governed
by the provisions stated in the “Offer of Sale”.
Patent Information
The Chelsea® Power Take-Off or its components shipped with this owner’s manual may be manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. patents:
7,159,701 7,007,565 6,962,093 1,326,036 60,321,840.7
Other patents pending.
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Contents
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
General Information
Foreword................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Safety Information............................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Safety Label Instructions........................................................................................................................................ 3
Direct Mount Pump Support Requirements........................................................................................................... 4
Function of Auxiliary Power Shafts......................................................................................................................... 5
Spicer Universal Joint Engineering Data................................................................................................................ 6
Transmission Overview
5R110 Transmission
Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) – 6.7L Diesel and 6.8L Gas................................................................. 7-9
6R140 Transmission
Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) – 6.7L Diesel.................................................................................... 10-12
Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) – 6.8L Gas....................................................................................... 13-15
247 Series Installation Instructions
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation.................................................................................................................... 18-19
Ford LCF/International CF Overview (MY2006-MY2010).................................................................................... 19
Mounting the PTO.......................................................................................................................................... 20-23
Setting the Potentiometer for SEIC Mode............................................................................................................ 23
Installation Sketches
Elec/Hyd Shift Option “B” – w/o EOC................................................................................................................... 24
Wiring Chart w/o EOC.......................................................................................................................................... 25
Elec/Hyd Shift Option “K” – w/ EOC..................................................................................................................... 26
Wiring Chart w/ EOC............................................................................................................................................ 27
249/249V Series Installation Instructions
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
Super Duty 6.7L Diesel (MY2011-2016) In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
Medium Duty 6.7L Diesel (MY2016-Current) In-Cab PTO Switch Installation.............................................. 30-31
Super Duty 6.2L/6.8L Gas (MY2017) In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
Medium Duty 6.8L Gas (MY2013-Current) In-Cab PTO Switch Installation.................................................. 32-35
Mounting the PTO.......................................................................................................................................... 36-41
Setting the Potentiometer for SEIC Mode (249F, 249G, 249H)....................................................................... 42-43
Installation Sketches
Wiring Installation – Super Duty F250-550 (MY2011-Current) w/o EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 (MY2016-Current) w/o EOC 6.7L Diesel (249F)..................................................... 44-45
Wiring Installation – Super Duty F250-550 (MY2011-Current) w/ EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 (MY2016-Current) w/ EOC 6.7L Diesel (249F)....................................................... 46-47
Wiring Installation – Medium Duty F650 6.8L Gas (MY2013-MY2015) w/o EOC (249G)............................... 48-49
Wiring Chart – Medium Duty F650/750 6.8L Gas (MY2016-Current) w/o EOC (249H)....................................... 50
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Contents
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
247/249 Series Pump Information
Mounting CGP-P11 Pumps to PTO...................................................................................................................... 51
Vane Pump Information
Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only)........................................................................................................ 52-59
Hydraulic Fluid Recommendations.................................................................................................................. 54-55
Pump & Cartridge Breakdown Drawing................................................................................................................ 56
Pump Cartridge Replacement......................................................................................................................... 57-59
Vane Pump Troubleshooting
Vane Pump Troubleshooting Guide................................................................................................................. 60-63
PTO Maintenance................................................................................................................................................... 64
Appendix
TorqShift® Bracket – Field Modification MY2005.................................................................................................. 65
Ford Shifter & Bracket Removal and Installation............................................................................................. 66-67
Chelsea PTO Ford Application Chart................................................................................................................... 68
Ford Wiring Chart – Diesel................................................................................................................................... 69
Ford Wiring Chart – Gas...................................................................................................................................... 70
Offer of Sale.....................................................................................................................................................................71
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Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Foreword
This booklet will provide you with information on correct installation of Chelsea® Power Take-Offs (PTOs). Proper
installation and set up procedures will help you get additional and more profitable miles from your truck equipment
and components.
It is important that you be sure that you are getting the right transmission/PTO combination when you order
a new truck. An inadequate transmission will overwork any PTO in a short period of time. In addition, a
mismatched transmission and PTO combination can result in unsatisfactory performance of your auxiliary power
system from the start.
If you have questions regarding correct PTO and transmission combination, please contact your local
Chelsea® Auxiliary Power Specialist. They can help you select the properly matched components to ensure correct
and efficient applications.
Safety Information
These instructions are intended for the safety of the installer, operator & supporting personnel. Read them carefully
until you understand them.
General Safety Information
To prevent injury to yourself and/or damage to the equipment:
■ Read carefully all owner’s manuals, service manuals, and/or other instructions.
■ Always follow proper procedures, and use proper tools and safety equipment.
■ Be sure to receive proper training.
■ Never work alone while under a vehicle or while repairing or maintaining equipment.
■ Always use proper components in applications for which they are approved.
■ Be sure to assemble components properly.
■ Never use worn-out or damaged components.
■ Always block any raised or moving device that may injure a person working on or under a vehicle.
■ Never operate the controls of the Power Take-Off or other driven equipment from any position that could result
in getting caught in the moving machinery.
Proper Matching of PTO
WARNING: A Power Take-Off must be properly matched to the vehicle transmission and to the auxiliary
equipment being powered. An improperly matched Power Take-Off could cause severe damage to the vehicle
transmission, the auxiliary driveshaft, and/or to the auxiliary equipment being powered. Damaged components
or equipment could malfunction causing serious personal injury to the vehicle operator or to others
nearby.
To avoid personal injury and/or equipment damage:
■ Always refer to Chelsea catalogs, literature, and owner’s manuals and follow Chelsea recommendations when
selecting, installing, repairing, or operating a Power Take-Off.
■ Never attempt to use a Power Take-Off not specifically recommended by Chelsea for the vehicle transmission.
■ Always match the Power Take-Off’s specified output capabilities to the requirements of the equipment to be
powered.
■ Never use a Power Take-Off whose range of speed could exceed the maximum.
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Safety Information (Continued)
Cold Weather Operation of PowerShift PTO
WARNING: During extreme cold weather operation [32°F (0°C) and lower], a disengaged PowerShift Power
Take-Off can momentarily transmit high torque that will cause unexpected output shaft rotation. This is caused by
the high viscosity of the transmission oil when it is extremely cold. As slippage occurs between the Power Take-Off
clutch plates, the oil will rapidly heat up and the viscous drag will quickly decrease.
The Power Take-Off output shaft rotation could cause unexpected movement of the driven equipment resulting in
serious personal injury, death, or equipment damage.
To avoid personal injury or equipment damage:
■ Driven equipment must have separate controls.
■ The driven equipment must be left in the disengaged position when not in operation.
■ Do not operate the driven equipment until the vehicle is allowed to warm up.
Rotating Auxiliary Driveshafts
WARNING:
■ Rotating auxiliary driveshafts are dangerous. You can snag clothes, skin, hair, hands, etc. This can cause
serious injury or death.
■ Do not go under the vehicle when the engine is running.
■ Do not work on or near an exposed shaft when the engine is running.
■ Shut off the engine before working on the Power Take-Off or driven equipment.
■ Exposed rotating driveshafts must be guarded.
Guarding Auxiliary Driveshafts
WARNING: We strongly recommend that a Power Take-Off and a directly mounted pump be used to eliminate the auxiliary driveshaft whenever possible. If an auxiliary driveshaft is used and remains exposed after installation, it is the responsibility of the vehicle designer and PTO installer to install a guard.
Using Set Screws
WARNING: Auxiliary driveshafts may be installed with either recessed or protruding set screws. If you
choose a square head set screw, you should be aware that it will protrude above the hub of the yoke and may
be a point where clothes, skin, hair, hands, etc. could be snagged. A socket head set screw, which may not
protrude above the hub of the yoke, does not permit the same amount of torquing as does a square head set
screw. Also, a square head set screw, if used with a lock wire, will prevent loosening of the screw caused by
vibration. Regardless of the choice made with respect to a set screw, an exposed rotating auxiliary driveshaft must
be guarded.
Important: Safety Information and Owner’s Manual
Chelsea Power Take-Offs are packaged with safety information decals, instructions, and an owner’s manual.
These items are located in the envelope with the PTO mounting gaskets. Also, safety information and
installation instructions are packaged with some individual parts and kits. Be sure to read the owner’s
manual before installing or operating the PTO Always install the safety information decals according to
the instructions provided. Place the owner’s manual in the vehicle glove compartment.
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Safety Information (Continued)
Warning: Operating the PTO with the Vehicle in Motion
Some Power Take-Offs may be operated when the vehicle is in motion. To do so, the PTO must have been
properly selected to operate at highway speeds and correctly matched to the vehicle transmission and the
requirements of the driven equipment.
If in doubt about the PTO specifications and capabilities, avoid operating the PTO when the vehicle is in motion.
Improper application and/or operation can cause serious personal injury or premature failure of the vehicle, the
driven equipment, and/or the PTO.
Always remember to disengage the PTO when the driven equipment is not in operation.
Chelsea PTO Safety Label Instructions
1. The two black and orange on white 5" x 7" pressure sensitive vinyl labels, part number 379274, must be placed
on the vehicle frame rails (one (1) on each side), in a position that would be HIGHLY visible to
anyone that would go under the truck near the PTO rotating shaft. If the vehicle is to be painted after these
labels are installed, cover them with two (2) blank masking covers. Remove the masking covers
after painting.
2. Place the one (1) black and orange on white 3.5" x 5" pressure sensitive vinyl label, part number 379275, on
the visor nearest the operator of the vehicle, this must be placed near the PTO visor label.
3. Place the one (1) red and white with black lettering 3.5" x 7.5" pressure sensitive vinyl label, part number
379915, on the opposite side of the visor from the above label #379275.
4. Place the one (1) white and black heavy duty card, part number 379276, in the vehicle glove box in a
position highly visible to the operator. For example, try to place this card on top of whatever may be in the glove
box.
If you require labels, please order part number 328946X at no charge from your local Chelsea Warehouse or send
request direct to:
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Chelsea Products Division
8225 Hacks Cross Road
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Customer Service: (662) 895-1011
Part #379276
Part #379275
This symbol warns of possible personal injury.
Part #379915
Part #379274
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Direct Mount Pump Support Requirements (Universal)
"
NOTE:
For Proper Bracketing, Attach at 2 or More
Transmission Bolt Locations and 2 or More
Pump Locations. Contact Transmission
Manufacturer for Proper Bracket Mounting
Locations.
Use caution to ensure the support bracket does not pre-load pump / PTO mounting.
When mounting the pump, it should be fully supported by a jack until the support bracket
is secured in place, then the jack can be released. This will make sure the PTO is not being
stressed by the bracket.
Chelsea requires the use of pump supports (Support Brackets) in all applications to ensure the Maximum
Bending Moment (MBM) of the PTO / Pump assembly is not exceeded. Exceeding the MBM can result in
damage to PTO, transmission, driven equipment, and / or personnel. It is the responsibility of the installer
to ensure that adequate support is implemented. All applications are unique and it is important to consider
all parameters in designing a proper support bracket.
PTO warranty will be void if a pump bracket is not used when one of the following conditions are present:
1. The combined weight of pump, fittings and hose exceed 40 pounds [18.14 kg].
2. The combined length of the PTO and pump is 18 inches [45.72 cm] or more from the PTO
centerline to the end of the pump.
ALSO: Remember to pack the female PTO shaft with grease before installing the pump on the PTO
(reference Chelsea grease pack 379688).
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Function of Auxiliary Power Shafts
An auxiliary power shaft transmits torque from the power source to the driven accessory. The shaft must be capable
of transmitting the maximum torque and RPM required of the accessory, plus any shock loads that develop.
An auxiliary power shaft operates through constantly relative angles between the power source and the driven
accessory, therefore, the length of the auxiliary power shaft must be capable of changing while transmitting
torque. This length change, commonly called “slip movement”, is caused by movement of the power train due to
torque reactions and chassis deflections.
Joint operating angles are very important in an auxiliary power joint application. In many cases, the longevity of a
joint is dependent on the operating angles. (See chart below)
This information is limited to 1000 through 1310 series applications. For applications requiring a series larger than
1310, contact your local Chelsea distributor.
Determining Shaft Type
1. Solid or tubular?
a. In applications requiring more than 1000 RPM or where the application necessitates a highly balanced
auxiliary power shaft, a tubular shaft should be used.
b. Spicer’s solid shafting auxiliary power joints are designed for 1000 or less RPM intermittent service such
as:
Driving small hydraulic pumps
Driving winches
Driving low speed product pumps
2. Joint Series should be determined using the chart on the following page.
Spicer ® Universal Joint Operating Angles
Prop. Shaft RPM
3000
2500
2000
Max. Normal
Operating Angle
5° 50'
7° 00'
8° 40'
Prop. Shaft RPM
1500
1000
500
Max. Normal
Operating Angle
11° 30'
11° 30'
11° 30'
Above based on angular acceleration of 100 RAD/SEC2
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Spicer ® Universal Joint Engineering Data
Joint Series
Torque Rating
Automotive (Gas or Diesel Engine) lbs-ft Continuous
Tubing
Diameter
Wall Thickness
W = Welded S = Seamless
Flange Diameter (Swing Diameter)
Rectangular Type
Bolt Holes - Flange Yoke
Circle
Diameter
Number
Male Pilot Dia.
Distance Across Lugs
Snap Ring
Construction
Bearing Diameter
1000
1100
1280
1310
50
54
95
130
1.750"
.065"
W
1.250"
.095"
S
2.500"
.083"
W
3.00"
.083'
W
3.500"
3.500"
3.875"
3.875"
2.750"
.312"
4
2.250"
2.750"
.312"
4
2.250"
3.125"
.375"
4
2.375"
3.125"
.375"
4
2.375"
2.188"
2.188"
.938"
2.656"
2.656"
.938"
3.469"
3.469"
1.062"
3.469"
3.469"
1.062"
Maximum Operating Speed * By Tube Size, Solid Shaft Size, and Length
*(For speed below 500 RPM or over 2500 RPM, contact your Chelsea Distributor)
Tubing Dia. & Wall Thickness
Joint & Shaft
(W=Welded S=Seamless)
1.750" x .065" W
1.250" x .095" S
2.500" x .083" W
3.000" x .083" W
Max. Installed Length in Inches for Given RPM
Centerline to Centerline of Joints for a Two Joint Assembly
or
Centerline of Joint to Centerline of Center Bearing for a Joint & Shaft
RPM - Revolutions per Minute
500
117"
91"
122"
-
1000
82"
64"
87"
-
1500
67"
52"
70"
-
2000
58"
45"
62"
85"
2500
52"
40"
55"
76"
60"
62"
65"
69"
77"
42"
44"
46"
49"
55"
35"
36"
37"
40"
45"
30"
31"
32"
35"
39"
27"
28"
29"
31"
35"
Solid Shaft
Diameter
.750"
.812"
.875"
1.000"
1.250"
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TorqShift® 5R110 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC)
6.7L Diesel and 6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2009-MY2016
Medium Duty – MY2009-MY2010
Overview
SEIC
• A Powertrain Control Module (PCM) strategy that provides elevated engine speed to drive auxiliary
commercial equipment such as hydraulic pumps, generators, air compressors; or maintain vehicle battery
charge under extreme electrical demands.
SEIC Enable/Disable Conditions
Vehicle Conditions to Enable SEIC
(all are required)
Vehicle Conditions that Disable SEIC
(any one required)
SEIC
Mobile
Mode
Parking brake applied.
Parking brake disengaged.
Yes
No
Foot off of service brake
Depressing service brake
Yes (1)
No (2)
Vehicle in PARK (automatic trans.)
Vehicle taken out of PARK
Yes
No
Foot off of accelerator pedal
Accelerator pedal depressed
Yes
No
Vehicle speed is 0 mph (stationary)
Vehicle speed is not 0 mph (stationary)
Yes
No
Brake lights functional
Brake light circuit disconnected
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Engine at a stable base idle speed
Transmission oil Temp above 20°F
Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT)
Limit exceeds 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas
Yes
Yes
Eng Coolant Temp above 20°F (3)
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) above 234°F
No
Yes
Eng Coolant Temp above 140°F
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) above 220°F
Yes (1)
No
Yes
Yes
Catalyst Temperature Limit
(1)
A “Change-of-State” at the “PTO-Request” circuit is required to re-invoke SEIC. When a disabler is seen by the
PCM, the “PTO-Indicator” circuit changes from “Ground-Source” to an “Open-Circuit”. After approximately 3
seconds SEIC drops out, returning the engine speed to base idle. For vehicle-stationary operation, the automatic transmission torque converter unlocks as engine speed proceeds below 1200 RPM. To re-initiate SEIC
the operator must turn off the aftermarket PTO switch (removing command voltage to the “PTO-Mode” circuit)
and then turn it back on again.
(2)
SEIC is automatically re-activated after approximately 3 seconds after the disabling condition is removed.
(3)
MY2013 Gas Engine Applications Engine Coolant Temperature above 30°F.
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TorqShift® 5R110 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.7L Diesel and 6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2009-MY2016
Medium Duty – MY2009-MY2010
General System Behavior
• To guarantee full advertised torque capability at the automatic transmission PTO gear and through the
aftermarket PTO clutch, the transmission torque converter must be locked, and the hydraulic line pressure
serving the aftermarket PTO clutch must be elevated. Applying battery voltage to the PTO circuit is the
signal to the transmission to enter SEIC strategy and command these two important functions. This applies
to both stationary and mobile PTO operations.
• If an SEIC disabler occurs:
-GAS engines will require a “change-of-state”, meaning the operator is required to turn off voltage to the
“PTO-Request” circuit, and back on again to re-invoke SEIC and PTO operation.
-DIESEL engines do not require a “change-of-state” at the “PTO” circuit. Once the disabling condition is
removed, the strategy re-invokes SEIC after approximately 3 seconds, automatically returning the engine
speed back to what was commanded by the operator prior to the disabling condition.
• Battery Charge Protection (BCP): A diesel-only function. When it is switched on the engine speed goes
immediately to 1200 RPM, and stays there even if the battery is fully charged. From this state it uses system
voltage as well as ambient air temp., engine oil temperature information to raise engine speed higher to
maintain a certain battery charge. Maximum engine speed in BCP mode is 2400 RPM The BCPSW circuit
may be wired to circuit to Ignition-Hot-in-Run to make it “automatic” for ambulance. Park-Brake-Set is one of
the enablers of BCP.
• The Transmission Control Module (TCM) will turn off the PTO system when Transmission Oil Temperature
(TOT) reaches 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas.
• SEIC/PTO strategy function in the PCM is not affected by the loss of vehicle battery electrical power.
• SEIC Ramp Rate (fixed, not programmable):
-GAS engines: 400 RPM / second.
-DIESEL engines: When first applying battery voltage to the PTO circuit the PCM directs the engine to go
to the initial target that it sees at the RPM circuit at 200 RPM / second (1200 RPM if there is no resistor in
the RPM circuit – open circuit). If resistance is subsequently changed at the RPM circuit then the ramp
rate to this second speed target is virtually instantaneous (as fast as the diesel engine can get there).
• Correlation between engine speed and resistor values:
-The external voltage source that the aftermarket PTO system designer uses to command SEIC through the
“PTO” or “PTO-Request” circuits must be the same as that used by the PCM internally for predictable SEIC
function. Reasoning is that a fully-charged vehicle battery fluctuates with ambient temperature.
-The correlation will be better for diesel engines since the diesel engine SEIC system offers buffered PCM
voltage and ground circuits to complete the resistor circuits for engine speed, while the gas engine system
forces the SEIC circuit installer to use chassis voltage and ground.
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TorqShift® 5R110 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.7L Diesel and 6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2009-MY2016
Medium Duty – MY2009-MY2010
General System Behavior (Continued)
• Correlation between engine speed and resistor values (Continued):
-If there is a high electrical demand on the chassis battery, such as from aftermarket inverters or generators,
etc., the actual elevated idle engine speed may vary with that demand for any given resistance in the SEIC
circuit. More so for gas engine systems than diesel since gas engine uses chassis battery voltage as a
reference.
• GAS Engine Only:
-Normal base engine calibration allows approximately +/-50 RPM fluctuation. If any factory vehicle
accessories are used during SEIC, e.g. a/c, defroster, etc., then that fluctuation may increase to
approximately +/-100 RPM or more.
-The sudden loss of aftermarket PTO hydraulic pressure during SEIC/PTO operation, like a ruptured hose,
may send SEIC engine speed to near 3000 RPM It is recommended that a hydraulic pressure switch linked
to SEIC/PTO be added to disable SEIC/PTO when a hose ruptures.
-Because of a service brake circuit characteristic at engine-start, invoking SEIC may cause the diagnostic error
code FFG_BOO to get flagged (recorded in the PCM). To avoid this, simply tap the service brake pedal
sometime after engine-start and prior to invoking SEIC. Once the code is set, SEIC may not be available until
it is erased.
-Gas engines require a “change-of-state” at the PTO-Mode and PTO-Engage circuits whenever a disabler
turns off SEIC (remove battery voltage signal and re-apply).
-For aftermarket remote engine start-stop: a change-of-state is required to get SEIC to function again.
Special Situations
Mobile PTO Operation (TorqShift® Automatic or M6 manual Transmission)
Always apply battery voltage to the PTO wire to keep SEIC active. Engine speed is no longer commanded by
SEIC, instead it is controlled by the foot throttle. The increased line pressure and torque converter commands
must remain active to protect the automatic transmission. Convert PTO solenoid power to direct-battery instead of
through the SEIC circuit suggested in this bulletin, possibly using the VSO signal circuit. A slightly harsher automatic
transmission shift can be expected but is harmless.
Alternative Calibration
All new Ford light trucks have an "Alternative Calibration" or ALT-CAL installed in the PCM that conditions the
powertrain during its early lifetime. It may increase the PARK-idle or drive-idle speed of the engine, by as small as
50 RPM or by several hundred. It affects SEIC initiation by not letting it activate, because one of the SEIC enablers
is having a steady, base, idle speed, generally near 650 RPM If ALT-CAL sets the idle at 700 RPM then SEIC
activation will be prevented. ALT-CAL is normally removed after 50 key-on starts, or by driving over 5 continuous
miles; it is also sometimes erased by disconnecting the battery for a minute or so.
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TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC)
6.7L Diesel
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2011-Current
Medium Duty – MY2016-Current
Overview
SEIC
• A Powertrain Control Module (PCM) strategy that provides elevated engine speed to drive auxiliary
commercial equipment such as hydraulic pumps, generators, air compressors; or maintain vehicle battery
charge under extreme electrical demands.
SEIC Enable/Disable Conditions
Vehicle Conditions to Enable SEIC
(all are required)
Vehicle Conditions that Disable SEIC
(any one required)
SEIC
Mobile
Mode
Parking brake applied.
Parking brake disengaged.
Yes
No
Foot off of service brake
Depressing service brake
Yes (1)
No (2)
Vehicle in PARK (automatic trans.)
Vehicle taken out of PARK
Yes
No
Foot off of accelerator pedal
Accelerator pedal depressed
Yes
No
Vehicle speed is 0 mph (stationary)
Vehicle speed is not 0 mph (stationary)
Yes
No
Brake lights functional
(Select model years)
Brake light circuit disconnected
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes (1)
Yes
Engine at a stable base idle speed
Transmission Oil Temp above 20°F
Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT)
Limit exceeds 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas
Eng Coolant Temp above 20°F (3)
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Limit
No
Yes
Eng Coolant Temp above 40°F
(Select model years)
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Limit
Yes (1)
No
Catalyst Temperature Limit
Yes (1)
Yes
(1)
A “Change-of-State” at the “PTO-Request” circuit is required to re-invoke SEIC. When a disabler is seen by the
PCM, the “PTO-Indicator” circuit changes from “Ground-Source” to an “Open-Circuit”. After approximately 3
seconds SEIC drops out, returning the engine speed to base idle. For vehicle-stationary operation, the automatic transmission torque converter unlocks as engine speed proceeds below 1200 RPM. To re-initiate SEIC
the operator must turn off the aftermarket PTO switch (removing command voltage to the “PTO-Mode” circuit)
and then turn it back on again.
(2)
SEIC is automatically re-activated after approximately 3 seconds after the disabling condition is removed.
(3)
MY2013 Gas Engine Applications Engine Coolant Temperature above 140°F.
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TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.7L Diesel
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2011-Current
Medium Duty – MY2016-Current
General System Behavior
• To guarantee full advertised torque capability at the automatic transmission PTO gear and through the
aftermarket PTO clutch, the hydraulic line pressure serving the aftermarket PTO clutch must be elevated.
Applying battery voltage to the PTO circuit is the signal to the transmission to enter SEIC strategy and this
important functions. This applies to both stationary and mobile PTO operations.
• If an SEIC disabler occurs:
- ALL engines will require a “change-of-state”, meaning the operator is required to turn off voltage to the “PTO Request” circuit, and back on again to re-invoke SEIC and PTO operation.
• Battery Charge Protection (BCP):
- When it is switched on the engine speed goes immediately to 600 RPM and stays there even if the battery
is fully charged. From this state it uses system voltage as well as ambient air temp., engine oil temperature
information to raise engine speed higher to maintain a certain battery charge. Maximum engine speed in BCP
mode is 1200 RPM.
• Auto Entry:
- The BCP and Live-Drive operation modes allow PTO to engage automatically once the engine started
provided the input switch is left in the on position prior to starting the engine. However, loss of an operating
condition after PTO is initially engaged will require the switch to be cycled before PTO will re-engage.
• The Transmission Control Module (TCM) will turn off the PTO system when Transmission Oil Temperature
(TOT) reaches 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas.
• SEIC/PTO strategy function in the PCM is not affected by the loss of vehicle battery electrical power.
• SEIC Ramp Rate (fixed, not programmable):
- When first applying battery voltage to the PTO circuit the PCM directs the engine to go to the initial target
that it sees at the RPM circuit at 200 RPM/sec.
- The correlation will be better for diesel engines since the diesel engine SEIC system offers buffered PCM
voltage and ground circuits to complete the resistor circuits for engine speed.
- If there is a high electrical demand on the chassis battery, such as from aftermarket inverters or generators,
etc., the actual elevated idle engine speed may vary with that demand for any given resistance in the SEIC
circuit.
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TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.7L Diesel
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2011-Current
Medium Duty – MY2016-Current
General System Behavior (Continued)
Special Situations
Stationary mode, Live Drive and Split Shaft operation are supported.
Stationary Mode
Operates in Park at elevated engine speed. The maximum load at the transmission PTO gear is 250 lbs-ft.
Mobile Mode
Operates in all gears and all vehicle speeds. The engine idle speed is slightly elevated, but peak engine speed
is not limited beyond normal operating ranges. An additional rev limiter may be required to prevent over speed
damage to attached pumps and equipment. The maximum load allowable for mobile mode is 150 lbs-ft at the
transmission PTO gear. If the PTO feature is used for extended periods of time without vehicle movement it is
recommended to switch to Stationary Mode.
Split Shaft Mode
Note: Split Shaft mode engagement procedure has changed for MY2013.
To install Split Shaft mode, wire according to the diagram shown on page 7 of Ford SVE Bulletin Q-180R4. Select
elevated idle speed by installing a resistor (which provides voltage to PTO RPM input) as indicated in the wiring
diagram. Split-Shaft mode requires that supply voltage (nominal 12VDC) be applied to both the PTORS1 and
PTORS2 circuits.
Adaptive Cooling
This PCM strategy is new for 2011 6.7L diesel engine. It automatically restricts engine power when it senses an
over-temperature condition, and may interrupt the SEIC-PTO operation. Typically, the over-temperature condition
it reacts to will also show up on the temperature gage on the instrument panel. Elevated engine speed, typical
of SEIC operation, may help avoid Adaptive Cooling occurrence due to the resultant additional engine and
transmission coolant flow. However, depending on the auxiliary PTO power being demanded, 900 RPM may
not be enough to prevent the power train from entering Adaptive Cooling mode, but 1500 RPM may.
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Transmission Overview
TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC)
6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2017
Medium Duty – MY2013-Current
General System Behavior
Purpose to explain changes and functions of the (SEIC) system for Power Take-Off (PTO) applications.
Overview – SEIC and Transmission PTO (6.8L only)
• A powertrain control module (PCM) strategy that provides elevated engine speed to drive auxiliary commercial
equipment such as hydraulic pumps, generators, air compressors; or maintain vehicle battery charge under
extreme electrical demands.
• SEIC is standard in all PCMs for F650 with the 6.8L gas engine.
SEIC Enable/Disable Conditions
Vehicle Conditions to Enable SEIC
(all are required)
Vehicle Conditions that Disable SEIC
(any one required)
Parking brake applied.
Parking brake disengaged.
Yes
Foot off of service brake
Depressing service brake
Yes (1)
Vehicle in PARK (automatic trans.)
Vehicle taken out of PARK
Yes
Foot off of accelerator pedal
Accelerator pedal depressed
Yes
Vehicle speed is 0 mph (stationary)
Vehicle speed is not 0 mph (stationary)
Yes
Brake lights functional
(Select model years)
Brake light circuit disconnected
Yes
SEIC
Engine at a stable base idle speed
Yes
Transmission Oil Temp above 20°F
Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT)
Limit exceeds 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas
Eng Coolant Temp above 20°F (3)
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Limit
No
Eng Coolant Temp above 40°F
(Select model years)
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Limit
Yes (1)
Catalyst Temperature Limit
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
(1)
A “Change-of-State” at the “PTO-Request” circuit is required to re-invoke SEIC. When a disabler is seen by the
PCM, the “PTO-Indicator” circuit changes from “Ground-Source” to an “Open-Circuit”. After approximately 3
seconds SEIC drops out, returning the engine speed to base idle. For vehicle-stationary operation, the automatic transmission torque converter unlocks as engine speed proceeds below 1200 RPM. To re-initiate SEIC
the operator must turn off the aftermarket PTO switch (removing command voltage to the “PTO-Mode” circuit)
and then turn it back on again.
(2)
SEIC is automatically re-activated after approximately 3 seconds after the disabling condition is removed.
(3)
MY2013 Gas Engine Applications Engine Coolant Temperature above 140°F.
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TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2017
Medium Duty – MY2013-Current
General System Behavior (Continued)
Customer Access Wires for SEIC and VSO/CTO/PARK Signals
• Located under hood, below left (passenger) side engine cowl.
• The final stage manufacturer or up-fitter is required to supply the customer interface equipment.
Transmission PTO Gear and Port
• Available on 6.8L F650.
• Available for TorqShift® 6-speed automatic transmission.
• The PTO gear is direct-splined to the torque converter cover and thus able to deliver power any time the engine is running, (i.e. no internal PTO clutch).
• NEVER use any sealer, especially silicone-based, on the PTO port gasket.
• The PTO gear delivers up to 250 lbs-ft torque to the aftermarket PTO, and can manage the heat of 40 HP
continuously. Higher horsepower can be delivered, but for shorter durations depending on the amount of
power required.
Product Descriptions/Special Situations
SEIC
• Intended to be commanded ONLY by applying battery voltage to certain customer-access blunt-cut wire circuits,
and adding a target-speed resistor, and is only available when the vehicle road speed signal is zero.
• Includes a link circuit which changes from open-circuit to ground when enablers are met, that may be used to
turn on an indicator lamp, while providing battery power to an aftermarket PTO clutch or solenoid.
• Ramp rates are fixed and cannot be altered by the customer.
• Maximum engine speed is 2400 RPM without PTO installed.
NOTE: Chelsea PTO output speed should not exceed 2500 RPM. The PTO is 124% of engine speed. DO NOT
exceed 2,016 engine RPMs with Chelsea PTO installed.
• Minimum engine speed – Gas engine: 910 RPM approximately. Gas engine has a 900 RPM “stand-by” speed
that it first goes to when SEIC is initiated to step it away from stall speed that it could dip to as PTO load is
applied. This is an unusable speed for any application. However, a resistor can be chosen that sets the useable
target speed for carrying an auxiliary load to just above 900 RPM This is mainly intended for applications using
a FEAD-driven PTO device like a clutch-pump, because the TorqShift® torque converter cannot fully lock until
900 RPM engine speed RPM.
WARNING: Using the TorqShift® PTO below 900 RPM for the 6.8L risks transmission damage from overheating, or aftermarket PTO clutch slippage debris.
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TorqShift® 6R140 Transmission – Stationary Elevated Idle Control (SEIC) (Continued)
6.8L Gas
Models Affected
Super Duty – MY2017
Medium Duty – MY2013-Current
General System Behavior (Continued)
To guarantee full advertised torque capability at the 6.8L automatic transmission PTO gear and through the
aftermarket PTO clutch, the transmission torque converter must be locked, and the hydraulic line pressure
serving the aftermarket PTO clutch must be elevated. Applying battery voltage to the PTO circuit is the signal
to the transmission to enter SEIC strategy and command these two important functions.
• If an SEIC enabling condition is not met upon SEIC initialization:
-SEIC will not initialize. SEIC will require a “change-of-state” (voltage to both the “PTO_REQUEST” and
“PTO_ENGAGE” circuits removed completely.) The enabling conditions must be met, and then SEIC and
PTO operation may be initiated.
• If an SEIC disabler occurs:
-GAS engines will require a “change-of-state”, meaning the operator is required to turn off voltage to both the
“PTO_REQUEST” and “PTO_ENGAGE” circuits, and back on again to re-invoke SEIC and PTO operation.
-The Transmission Control Module (TCM) will turn off the PTO system when Transmission Oil Temperature
(TOT) reaches 240°F on Diesel and 250°F on Gas.
-SEIC/PTO strategy function in the PCM is not affected by the loss of vehicle battery electrical power.
• SEIC Ramp Rate Max (Not programmable and approximate):
-400 RPM/second up and 200 RPM/second down.
• Correlation between engine speed and resistor values: -The external voltage source that the aftermarket PTO system designer uses to command SEIC through
the “PTO_REQUEST” or “PTO_ENGAGE” circuits must be the same as that used by the PCM internally
for predictable SEIC function. Reasoning is that a fully-charged vehicle battery fluctuates with ambient
temperature.
-If there is a high electrical demand on the chassis battery, such as from aftermarket inverters or generators,
etc., the actual elevated idle engine speed may vary with that demand for any given resistance in the SEIC
circuit. This has a greater effect on gas engine systems than it does on diesel since gas engine uses chassis
battery voltage as a reference.
Product Descriptions/Special Situations
SEIC (Continued)
-Normal base engine calibration allows approximately +/-50 RPM fluctuation. If any factory vehicle accessories are used during SEIC, e.g. a/c, defroster, etc., then that fluctuation may increase to approximately
+/-100 RPM or more.
-The sudden loss of aftermarket PTO hydraulic pressure during SEIC/PTO operation, like a ruptured hose,
may send SEIC engine speed to near 3000 RPM It is recommended that a hydraulic pressure switch linked
to SEIC/PTO be added to disable SEIC/PTO when a hose ruptures.
-Because of a service brake circuit characteristic at engine-start, invoking SEIC may cause the diagnostic
error code FFG_BOO to get flagged (recorded in the PCM). To avoid this, simply tap the service brake pedal
sometime after engine-start and prior to invoking SEIC. Once the code is set, SEIC may not be available
until it is erased.
-Gas engines require a “change-of-state” at the PTO_REQUEST and PTO_ENGAGE circuits whenever a
disabler turns off SEIC (remove battery voltage signal and re-apply).
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5R110 Transmission
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Super Duty F250-550
6.7L Diesel MY2009-MY2010
6.8L Gas MY2009-MY2016
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247 Series Installation Instructions
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
NOTE: Before starting installation of the electrical wiring:
72 Way Connector
Air Bag Deactivation Switch
Passenger Air
Bag Module
Battery
1. Disconnect the battery cables from the battery and
secure to prevent accidental contact.
2. Locate a position in the cab for mounting the PTO
switch and mounting bracket. The shaded area
in Fig. 1 shows the Occupant Protection Zone of
the deployed air bags that are available in these
vehicles.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury or equipment
damage: Do not install any item from a Chelsea Power
Take-Off (ie: PTO switch or mounting bracket) in the
Occupant Protection Zone.
Driver Air Bag Module
Electronic Crash Sensor Module
Figure 1
CAUTION: Before drilling any holes, make sure there is
adequate clearance on both sides.
For electrical installation, see installation sketch on
page 24 for Non-EOC and page 26 for EOC.
1. Locate suitable location to install PTO switch.
2. Locate and remove the customer access panel
located on the lower left portion of the instrument
panel (driver’s side) (Fig. 2).
Figure 2
Customer Access Panel
3. After determining the location of the PTO switch, run
wiring assembly over to the area under the vehicle
steering column. You are now ready to attach the
wires from the Chelsea wiring harness.
NOTE: Wiring Strategy is slightly different between the
Gas and Diesel engines. Use the charts listed on pages
25 and 27 for complete wiring chart information for prior
years when using Chelsea wiring harness.
4. Located in the cabin, tagged and bundled above
the parking brake assembly (Fig. 3), are the
wires needed to connect the Chelsea PTO wiring
harness to the Ford SEIC strategy. Wires that will
be connected at this bundle from the Chelsea wiring
harness are the Black, Orange, Yellow, White and
Red wires. All have butt connector ends. Connect
these wires using Wiring Charts page 25 or 27 of
this manual.
Figure 3
Figure 4
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In-Cab PTO Switch Installation (Continued)
5. Locate Ford circuit #294 (White w/ light blue) or
for MY2008 circuit #CBP44 (purple). This wire
can be found under-dash on the right side of
the customer access and is blunt cut. Connect
Chelsea wire White w/ Light Blue stripe using a
butt connector to this Ford wire. Next, connect
the black ground wire with a ring terminal to
one of the screws located on the right side of
the access area dash frame (Fig. 4). Reference
Wiring Charts on page 25 or 27 of this manual.
NOTE: It is important to remember that a solid
electrical connection is essential when installing any
electrical device or option. A proper crimp is shown in
Fig. 5.
CAUTION: Apply battery voltage to the Diesel “PTO” or
“Gas PTO - Mode” (Circuit #2242), MY2008 (#CE912)
wire is what the transmission looks for to initiate
commands. Failing to do so may show up as low or
oscillating hydraulic line pressure and low or no PTO
torque or pump flow output. Any attempt to operate the
Power Take-Off at elevated idle without these commands
may result in under-capacity PTO clutch wear, resulting
in rapid contamination of transmission fluid and internal
transmission damage. This applies to both stationary
and mobile automatic transmission PTO operations.
Reference Wiring charts on pages 25 or 27.
Apply Crimping
Pressure In the
Middle
.25”
6. Find a suitable location to route the wiring
harness out of the cab area and to the location
of the manifold. Make sure wiring is clear of
driveline and exhaust.
.25”
Wire
Insulation
Wire
Insulation
Figure 5
Ford LCF/International CF Overview MY2006-MY2010
Utilizing Chelsea wiring harness to wire a 247 Series PTO
into a Ford LCF/International CF MY2006-MY2010.
CAUTION: Installing a transmission-mounted PTO without
the required PTO wiring may result in transmission failure. To
minimize the risk of transmission damage, PTO controls must
be integrated into the vehicle wiring.
Note: Installation requires the lengthening and splicing of
the current Chelsea harness.
Fuel Pump/
Filter
Blunt Cut PTO Wires
Figure 21
Follow the normal PTO installation instructions provided.
1. Installer supplied wire will connect between the Chelsea
supplied butt connectors (SK-448 or SK-449) and the OE
supplied blunt connectors located in the blunt cut wiring
bundle on the left side of the transmission (Fig. 21).
Chelsea switch panel mounting suggestion.
2. Switch panel may be located in cavity below the lighter
(Fig. 22).
Figure 22
Note: Clearance cut required for fitment.
3. Relocate the relay located on the back of the Chelsea
switch panel. It is adhered with double stick tape (Fig. 23).
Figure 23
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Mounting the PTO
CAUTION: When installing the PTO, always wear
protective clothing and safety glasses.
Installation of a 247 PTO will be faster and easier
if several steps are completed before mounting the
unit to the transmission. On a clean secure work
surface complete the following steps.
1.
There are two split dowels that will act as guides
when installing the PTO to the transmission.
Gently squeeze the dowel together and install in
the top and lower right side mounting hole of the
PTO as shown in Fig. 6. The dowel should
be flush with the side away from the mounting
face (Fig. 6 and 7) and protrude into the
corresponding mounting holes of the transmission
aperture when installing the PTO.
2.
Before installing the PTO remove the shift cable
bracket that is to the right side of the PTO
aperture. Use a 14mm wrench to remove the two
cap screws. Remove the cable from the
transmission range selector by pulling it straight
off. Place the bracket and cable on the top of the
transmission to allow easier installation of the PTO.
Figure 6
Figure 7
NOTE: On some early production Ford Super Dutys,
the shifter bracket design was changed by about 3mm.
The increase in size of the bracket interfered with
the Power Take-Off. See appendix for Ford approved
modification of this bracket for PTO clearance.
This transmission does not require the oil to be
drained for PTO installation, but expect some oil to
weep when covers and plugs are removed.
WARNING: Oil may be hot. Use extreme
caution to assure that you do not accidentally come in
contact with hot oil.
Figure 8
3. Remove the plug from the transmission
pressure port (Fig. 8) and install the 90° male
elbow in the opening. Position the fitting
(Fig. 9) at a 10 o’clock position as you look at
the fitting.
Figure 9
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
4. Remove the PTO aperture cover plate and
gasket (Fig. 10).
IMPORTANT: Discard the gasket. It will NOT be used
when installing the PTO on the transmission.
NOTE: All hose routing described herein is the
recommended routing for the 6.8L gas engine. Other
hose routing options may be required depending
on the chassis model (4 x 2 or 4 x 4) and or engine
selection (6.8L Gas or 6.0L Diesel).
Figure10
5.
Connect hose (Transmission-to-Hydraulic Valve) to
the fitting on the transmission. Route as shown in
Fig. 11. Hold hose fitting in desired position and
tighten lock nut with a wrench until solid feeling is
encountered. From that point, apply one-sixth turn.
6.
Six fasteners (Fig. 12) are used to attach the
PTO to the transmission opening. The longest bolt
requires an O-Ring on it to ensure a positive seal.
Slide this on now after applying lube to the O-Ring.
7.
Slide the special gasket supplied with the PTO
over the split dowels (Fig. 13) installed in the PTO.
This is the controlled compression gasket that
is used to eliminate the setting of the gear
backlash between he PTO and transmission.
Figure 11
O-Ring
Figure 12
NOTE: Do not use sealing compounds because
they are generally incompatible with automatic
transmission fluids and could possibly contaminate
valve bodies in the transmission.
Figure 13
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
8. Install the stud from the stud kit in the top hole on
the transmission PTO aperture pad (Fig. 14).
Figure 14
9. Tighten the stud and torque to 17-19 lbs-ft
[23-26 Nm].
CAUTION: Overtightening of the stud may damage
stud and/or Transmission threads.
10. Mount the PTO to the transmission at this time by
sliding the top PTO mounting hole w/dowel pin over
the shoulder stud. Guide other dowel pin into hole
(Fig. 15).
Figure 15
11. Attach the self-locking nut to the shoulder stud. Do
not tighten down at this time (Fig. 16).
Figure 16
12. Make sure the O-Ring from the stud kit is still on the
longer hex head cap screw. Install this hex head
cap screw and O-Ring in the bottom mounting hole
finger tight (Fig. 17).
IMPORTANT: Make sure the O-Ring is positioned in the
counter bore.
Figure 17
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
13. Finish fastening the PTO to the transmission
using the remaining (4) flange head hex bolts.
14. Torque all 5 cap screws (Fig. 18) to 25 lbs-ft
[34 Nm] and torque the self-locking nut to
35-40 lbs-ft [48-54 Nm].
Figure 18
15. Reinstall the cable to the transmission selector and
reattach the bracket that was removed in Step 14.
Torque cap screws to 22-29 lbs-ft [30-40 Nm].
16. Install Transmission-to-Solenoid hose to the
Hydraulic Valve Bearing Cap 90° Elbow fitting
(Fig. 19).
17. Install PTO Pressure Switch into port on Hydraulic
Valve Cap. Torque to 10-12 Lbs-ft (Fig. 20).
Figure 19
18. Install hydraulic pump or driveline as necessary.
See page 51 for more pump mounting information.
Figure 20
Setting the Potentiometer for SEIC Mode
F250-550 6.8L Gas Engine MY2009-MY2016
F250-550 6.8L Diesel MY2009-MY2010
SEIC Common RPMs
Engine Target Speed
(RPM)
650 (Base)
912
1024
1056
1184
1264
1440
1536
1648
1712
(1)
(1)
Engine Target Speed
(RPM)
1792
1904
1936
2000
2064
2128
2160
2208
2256
2320
Voltage (Volts)
3.61
4.18
4.80
5.39
6.76
7.43
8.06
8.70
(1)
Voltage (Volts)
9.25
9.89
10.27
10.75
11.20
11.60
11.90
12.23
12.46
13.77
Voltage Reading - Chelsea Wiring Harness “PTO_RPM” Green Wire
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Hose Assembly Identification Chart
19.25"-19.75"
TRANSMISSION TO
HYDRAULIC VALVE CAP
329232-1X
Elec/Hyd Shift Option “B” – w/o EOC
(SK-448 Rev A)
See Chart on Page 25
1
4
2
3
379625 90° Elbow
GAS ENGINE ONLY
CONNECT TO FORD
CIRCUIT #CE914
GREEN
GAS ENGINE ONLY
CONNECT TO FORD
CIRCUIT #CE924
BLUE W/GREEN
STRIPE
CONNECT TO FORD
CIRCUIT #CE912
YELLOW W/GREEN
STRIPE
379502 Pressure
Switch Torque Bolt
to 10-12 Lbs-ft
CONNECT TO GROUND
329598X
B
O
F
F
A
329232-1X
Hose Ass’y
To TorqShift®
Trans. High
Pressure
Port
READ
O OWNERS
N
MANUAL
P.T.O. IS ENGAGED WHEN LIGHT IS ON
379698 90° Elbow
Firewall Pass-Thru
Installation
Cut 1.25" Dia. Hole in Firewall
Near Ford Clutch Master Cylinder
Seal Assembly
379817 Grommet
6
CONNECT TO FORD
CIRCUIT #CBP44
PURPLE
Slice Grommet, Insert in Hole
in Clutch Master Cylinder Seal
Assembly
5
See Chart on Page 25
CONNECT TO FORD
CHASSIS GROUND
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Wiring Chart w/o EOC
MY2005-MY2010 Ford Super Duty w/ Gas or Diesel (Stationary Mode Only)
MY2005-MY2007 Connect
to Ford Wire Number
Chelsea Wire
1 or Orange
1
Both
Orange
Circuit 2242 - Orange
Circuit 2244 - Orange
w/ Lt. Blue Stripe
Circuit 2243 - Orange
w/ White Stripe
Circuit 2246 - Orange
w/ Yellow Stripe
*MY2008-MY2010
Connect to Ford
Wire Number
Gas/Diesel
Circuit CE912 - Yellow
w/ Green Stripe
Diesel Only
(1)
Both
2
Black w/ Butt Connector
3
Yellow
4
Red
5
Black w/ Ring Terminal
Connect to Dash Chassis Ground
Both
6
White w/ Light Blue Stripe Circuit 294 - White w/ Blue Stripe
Both
Gas Only
Gas Only
Circuit CE326 - Blue
w/ White Stripe
Circuit CE924 - Blue
w/ Green Stripe
(1)
Circuit CE914 - Green
Connect to Dash
Chassis Ground
Circuit CE914 - Purple
NOTE: For Mobile Operation Only Connect Black Wire w/ Butt Connector to Chassis Ground
* 2011 Gas Engine Only
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
MY2011-MY2016 Ford Super Duty w/ 6.8L Gas (Stationary Mode Only)
MY2011 (1) Connect
Chelsea Wire
Gas
to Ford Wire Number
Circuit #CE912 - Yellow
Orange
Gas Only
w/ Green Stripe
Circuit #CE326 - Blue
Black w/ Butt Connector
Gas Only
w/ White Stripe
Circuit #CE933 - Blue
Yellow
Gas Only
w/ Orange Stripe
Red
Gas Only
Circuit #CE914 - Green
Connect to Dash
Black w/ Ring Terminal
Gas Only
Chassis Ground
(2)
Circuit #CDC64 - White
White w/ Light Blue Stripe
Gas Only
w/ Blue Stripe
NOTE: (1) MY2011-MY2012 Gas Engine Only
(2)
Trucks built prior to May 15, 2010 this Ford wire is Yellow w/ Orange Stripe
*MY2006-MY2010 Ford & International LCF
Chelsea Wire
Connect to Ford Wire Number
1
Orange
Circuit #2335 - Purple w/ Light Green Stripe
1
Orange
Circuit #2231 - Light Blue w/ Red Stripe
1
Orange
Circuit #1924 - Dark Green w/ White Stripe
2
Black w/ Butt Connector
Circuit #2334 - Brown w/ Yellow Stripe
3
Yellow
Not Used
4
Red
Not Used
5
Black w/ Ring Terminal
Connect to Dash Chassis Ground
6
White w/ Light Blue Stripe
Circuit #2335 - Dark Green w/ Yellow Stripe
*NOTE: Installer must provide wires to connect between the vehicle blunt wire connections and the Chelsea Wiring Harness 329598X.
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Black
(4.9")
2
Yellow
Black
Red
Black
White
379243
Speed Sensor
Speed Sensor Extension Cable
328923-10X (10 Ft Supplied w/EOC)
328923-5X (5 Ft Optional Cable)
28-P-171
O-Ring
See Chart on
Page 27
Wire “A”
16 AWG Wire and Connector
Supplied by Installer
See Wiring Chart
page 27
Connect to
Green Wire
from EOC
Saddle Splice Connector.
Supplied by Installer
Run Cable through
Grommet in Firewall
CAUTION: DO NOT ENGAGE PTO ABOVE 1000 RPM ENGINE
(1.8")
(1.0")
16 AWG Wire, Green
NOTES:
1)Reference Kits:
329255-12X
329601X
2)Caution: Torque Values Must Be Maintained 10-12 Lbs-ft
3)Strip Wire Ends 0.25" Prior to Installing Connector
ON/OFF
Red
16 AWG Wire, Blue
16 AWG Wire, Red
Connect per
Wiring Chart page 27
3/8" Stud Size
Ring Terminal
Accepts 1/4" Screw
Connect to Blue Wire from EOC
3
4
1
High Pressure Port
to 5R110 Transmission
379698
90° Elbow
379502
Pressure Switch
329599X
Wire Harness
329232-1X
Hose Assembly
See Wiring Chart page 27
RELAY
Elec/Hyd Shift Option “K” w/ EOC
(SK-474 Rev A)
247 Series Installation Sketches
Chelsea
329650X Electronic
Overspeed Controller
The Clutch Master Cylinder Seal
Assembly is Located on the
Engine Compartment Firewall on
the Driver’s Side Near the Brake
Master Cylinder
Connector and 2-Wire
Shielded Cable
379817
Grommet
Slice Grommet.
Insert in Hole in Clutch
Master Cylinder Seal
Assembly
Cut 1.00" Hole in Firewall
Near Ford Clutch Master
Cylinder Seal Assembly
Firewall Pass-through Installation
16 AWG Wire, Black
Connect to Ground
White W/Blue Stripe
Electrical Ground
of Cab
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Wiring Chart w/ EOC
2005-2007
Chelsea
Super Duty
Wire
w/ 6.0L Diesel
2005-2007
Super Duty
w/ 6.8L Gas
2008-2010
Super Duty
w/ 6.4L Diesel
Not Used
Ford Circuit
2246 Orange
w/ Yellow Stripe
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CE914 Green
Not Used
Ford Circuit
294 White
w/ Lt. Blue
Stripe
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CBP44 Purple
3
Not Used
Ford Circuit
2243 Orange
w/ White Stripe
4
Ground
Ford Circuit
2244 Orange w/
Lt. Blue Stripe
1
2
EOC
Ford Circuit
Box
2242 Orange
Wire “A”
EOC
Box
Red
(1)
Ford Circuit
294 White
w/ Lt. Blue
Stripe
2008-2010
Super Duty
w/ 6.8L Gas
2005-2009
LCF
w/ 4.5L Diesel
2011-2016
Super Duty
w/ 6.8L Gas
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CE914 Green
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CDC64
(1)
White / Blue
Stripe
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CE924 Blue
w/ Green Stripe
Not Used
Ford Circuit
CE933 Blue
w/ Orange
Stripe
Ground
Ford Circuit
CE326 Blue
w/ White Stripe
Ground
Ford Circuit
2242 Orange
Ford/International
Ford Circuit
Ford Circuit
Circuit 2335
CE912 Yellow
CE912 Yellow
Purple w/ Lt.
w/ Green Stripe w/ Green Stripe
Green Stripe
Ford Circuit
294 White
w/ Lt. Blue
Stripe
Ford Circuit
CBP44 Purple
Ford Circuit
CBP44 Purple
Ford/International
Circuit 1043
Dark Green
w/ Yellow Stripe
Ford Circuit
CE326 Blue
w/ White Stripe
Ford Circuit
CE912 Yellow
w/ Green Stripe
Ford Circuit
CDC64
(1)
White / Blue
Stripe
Trucks built after May 15, 2010. Trucks built prior to May 15, 2010 this Ford wire is Yellow w/ Orange Stripe
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249/249V Series
FORD TorqShift
6R140 Transmission
®
Super Duty F250-550
6.7L Diesel MY2011-Current
6.2L/6.8L Gas MY2017
Medium Duty F650/750
6.7L Diesel MY2016-Current
6.8L Gas MY2013-Current
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Super Duty F250-5506.7L Diesel MY2011-MY2017
Medium Duty F650/750 6.7L Diesel MY2016-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
NOTE: Before starting installation of the electrical wiring:
72 Way
Connector
1. Disconnect the battery cables from the battery and
secure to prevent accidental contact.
Battery
Air Bag
Deactivation
Switch
Passenger Air
Bag Module
2. Locate a position in the cab for mounting the PTO
switch and mounting bracket. The shaded area in
Fig. 24 shows the Occupant Protection Zone of
the deployed air bags that are available in these
vehicles.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury or equipment
damage: Do not install any item from a Chelsea Power
Take-Off (ie: PTO switch or mounting bracket) in the
Occupant Protection Zone.
All other
wiring
locations
Driver Air Bag Module
MY2017
F250-550
Wiring
Location
Electronic Crash Sensor Module
Figure 24
CAUTION: Before drilling any holes, make sure there is
adequate clearance on both sides.
For electrical installation see installation sketch on
page 44 for Non-EOC and page 46 for EOC.
3. Locate the Ford wiring to be connected to the
Chelsea PTO harness.
a.MY2017 F250-550 blunt cut wires located at
passenger side kick panel.
b.All Others - Ford wiring is located behind the
customer access panel located directly under the
steering column (Fig. 25).
Figure 25
4. After determining the location of the PTO switch,
run wiring assembly over to the area of the blunt cut
wires. You are now ready to attach the wires from the
Chelsea wiring harness to the Ford wires.
Customer Access Panel
NOTE: For F250-550 MY2017, all necessary wires are in
the Ford wiring harness.
This symbol warns of possible personal injury.
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Medium Duty F650/750 6.7L Diesel MY2016-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
5. Located in the cabin, tagged and bundled (Fig. 26)
are the wires needed to connect the Chelsea PTO
wiring harness to the Ford SEIC strategy. All have
butt connector ends. Connect these wires using
Wiring Charts page 45 or 47 of this manual.
6. Attach the ground wire Black with ring terminal (3/8")
on its end to a confirmed ground location (Fig. 27).
Reference Wiring Charts on page 45 or 47 of this
manual.
Splice/Repair
When necessary to splice wire for repair or circuit length
revisions, the following guide should be followed:
• Wire ends should be stripped making sure that
individual conductor strands are not damaged.
• When soldering, make sure an adequate
mechanical joint exists before applying solder.
Use only rosin core solder — never acid core.
• For crimp joints, use butt-type metal barrel
fasteners and a proper tool (such as Motorcraft
crimp tool S-9796) specifically designated for this
type of work.
• Splice joints must be adequately sealed and
insulated. Adhesive-lined heat shrink tubing is highly
recommended to cover soldered and bare metal
barrel crimp joints.
• The most durable splice joint will be bare metal
barrel crimped, flow-soldered and covered with
adhesive lined heat shrink tubing. This is
recommended as the preferred splice joint.
NOTE: It is important to remember that a solid electrical
connection is essential when installing any electrical
device or option. A proper crimp is shown in Fig. 28.
7. Find a suitable location to route the wiring
harness out of the cab area and to the location of the
manifold. Make sure wiring is clear of driveline and
exhaust. See page 44 and 46 for information.
Figure 26
Figure 27
Apply Crimping
Pressure In the
Middle
.25”
Wire
Insulation
.25”
Wire
Insulation
Figure 28
CAUTION: A battery voltage to the Diesel “PTO” wire is what the transmission looks for to initiate commands.
Failing to do so may show up as low or oscillating hydraulic line pressure and low or no PTO torque or pump
flow output. Any attempt to operate the Power Take-Off at elevated idle without these commands may result in
under-capacity PTO clutch wear, resulting in rapid contamination of transmission fluid and internal transmission
damage. This applies to both stationary and mobile automatic transmission PTO operations. Reference Wiring
charts on pages 45 or 47.
NOTE: Chelsea Wiring Harness includes a potentiometer factory set to Maximum Resistance which defaults to
the minimum engine RPM established by Ford. See page 42-43 for more information.
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Super Duty F250-550 6.2L/6.8L Gas MY2017
Medium Duty F650/750 6.8L Gas MY2013-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
72 Way
Connector
NOTE: Before starting installation of the electrical wiring:
Air Bag
Battery Deactivation
Switch
Passenger Air
Bag Module
1. Disconnect the battery cables from the battery and
secure to prevent accidental contact.
2. Locate a position in the cab for mounting the PTO
switch and mounting bracket. The shaded area in
Fig. 29 shows the Occupant Protection Zone of
the deployed air bags that are available in these
vehicles.
All other
wiring
locations
Driver Air Bag Module
MY2017
F250-550
Wiring
Location
Electronic Crash Sensor Module
Figure 29
WARNING: To avoid personal injury or equipment
damage: Do not install any item from a Chelsea Power
Take-Off (ie: PTO switch or mounting bracket) in the
Occupant Protection Zone.
CAUTION: Before drilling any holes, make sure there is
adequate clearance on both sides.
For electrical installation see installation sketch on
page 48 for Non-EOC.
3. Locate the Ford wiring to be connected to the
Chelsea PTO harness.
a.MY2017 F250-550 blunt cut wires located at
passenger side kick panel.
b.All Others - Locate and remove the customer
access panel located directly under the steering
column (Fig. 31)
Figure 30
4. Run the wiring assembly over to the area
of the located Ford wiring. You are now ready to
attach the wires from the Chelsea wiring harness.
5. Next locate the Ford ignition switch wire. Connect the
Chelsea 12V wire to the Ford ignition wire (Fig. 32).
Figure 31
NOTE: For F250-550 MY2017, all necessary wires are in
the Ford wiring harness.
Figure 32
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Medium Duty F650/750 6.8L Gas MY2013-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
6. Remove the kick panel in front of the door just above
the floor board for F650-750 only (Fig. 33).
7. Connect the Chelsea Black wire w/ring connector
(3/8") to the Ford ground screw that is located in
an area that is paint free (Fig. 34).
NOTE: Chelsea Wiring Harness includes a
potentiometer factory set to Maximum Resistance.
See page 42-43 for more information.
Splice/Repair
When necessary to splice wire for repair or circuit length
revisions, the following guide should be followed:
• Wire ends should be stripped making sure that
individual conductor strands are not damaged.
• When soldering, make sure an adequate
mechanical joint exists before applying solder.
Use only rosin core solder — never acid core.
• For crimp joints, use butt-type metal barrel
fasteners and a proper tool (such as Motorcraft
crimp tool S-9796) specifically designated for this
type of work.
• Splice joints must be adequately sealed and
insulated. Adhesive-lined heat shrink tubing is highly
recommended to cover soldered and bare metal
barrel crimp joints.
• The most durable splice joint will be bare metal
barrel crimped, flow-soldered and covered with
adhesive lined heat shrink tubing. This is
recommended as the preferred splice joint.
Figure 33
Figure 34
Apply Crimping
Pressure In the
Middle
.25"
Wire
Insulation
NOTE: It is important to remember that a solid
electrical connection is essential when installing any
electrical device or option. A proper crimp is shown in
(Fig. 35).
.25"
Wire
Insulation
Figure 35
8. Find a suitable location to route the blunt cut and
PTO connector wiring harnesses out of the cab area.
See page 48-49 for information.
F650/750 only
9. The Ford SEIC blunt-cut customer service wires are
located under hood, on the right (passenger) side of
the engine compartment, below the cowl (Fig. 36).
Figure 36
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Super Duty F250-550 6.2L/6.8L Gas MY2017(Continued)
Medium Duty F650/750 6.8L Gas MY2013-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
Installing the PTO
1. Refer to pages 36-41 of this manual for PTO
installation.
2. PTO installation is the same basic installation
as on the Ford Super Duty Vehicles. But, on the
6.8L Gas, a heat shield is required to protect the
PTO and accessories such as the PTO electrical
wiring and the transmission-to-PTO hydraulic hose.
3. Hose Routing – It is critical that the hose be routed
to ensure it does not touch the exhaust.
Figure 37
-The PTO fitting should be indexed at 90 degrees
and the transmission fitting indexed at 45
degrees. Route the hose as shown in (Fig. 37).
4. Electrical – Solenoid and pressure switch
connections.
-Route the wiring harness with heat resistant
wire guard to connect the solenoid and pressure
switch. Position so the harness is not in contact
with the exhaust pipe. Zip tie the harness to the
Ford shift linkage cable after the connections to
the PTO are complete.
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Medium Duty F650/750 6.8L Gas MY2013-Current
In-Cab PTO Switch Installation
Installing the PTO Heat Shield
1. Locate the Ford O2 sensor located on the inside of
the vertical exhaust pipe, located on the PTO side
(approximately 3-4 inches above the top of the PTO)
(Fig. 38).
Figure 38
2. Wrap the top of the heat shield material around the
pipe just below the O2 sensor, with the open end of
the heat shield opposite the PTO (Fig. 39).
3. Secure one (1) stainless steel clamp around the top
of the heat shield, leaving approximately 1.0" of heat
shield material exposed at the top of the clamp
(Fig. 39).
4. Secure the second clamp at the 90 degree bend of
the pipe. Insure that the heat shield material is tight
with the seam (split) remaining on the back side of
the pipe opposite the PTO.
Figure 39
5. Install the third clamp equal distance between the
1st clamp and the 2nd clamp (elbow clamp).
6. Secure the fourth clamp approximately 8.0" to the
right of the 90° elbow.
7. Attach the fifth clamp approximately 8.0" from clamp
#4.
NOTE: The heat shield should end right at the pipe weld.
There should be at least 1.0" of heat shield material
exposed between the clamp and the pipe weld.
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Mounting the PTO
CAUTION: When installing the PTO, always wear
protective clothing and safety glasses.
Overview: The 249 Series comes in two main sections.
1. A geared adapter section (Fig. 40).
Figure 40
2. Main PTO housing. This unique design allows for
time saving installation on both 4 x 2 and 4 x 4
Super Duty applications (Fig. 41 and Fig. 42).
249 Series
Figure 41
249V Series
Figure 42
NOTE: There are two split dowels that will act as
guides when installing the adapter to the transmission.
These come pre-installed in the adapter (Fig. 43).
Dowels
Figure 43
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
Installation
IMPORTANT: MY2017 F250-550 4x4 with manual
transfer case shifter - the manual shift cable has a
bracket connected to the PTO aperture that needs to
be relocated as it will interfere with PTO installation.
Contact your local Ford Dealer or Ford Body Builders
Advisory Service at 877-840-4338 or https://www.fleet.
ford.com/truckbbas/
NOTE: The removal of the transmission electrical
connection plug will aid in the installation of the PTO
(Fig. 44) (249V).
Figure 44
This transmission does not require the oil to be
drained for the PTO installation, but expect some
oil to weep when covers and plugs are removed.
WARNING: Oil may be hot. Use extreme
caution to assure that you do not accidentally come in
contact with hot oil.
3. Remove the plug from the transmission pressure
port (Fig. 45) and install fitting in the opening
(Fig. 46).
Figure 45
Washers
IMPORTANT: Both Washers and the O-Ring must be
present at installation. The second Washer must fit
around the O-Ring for proper seal (Fig. 46).
O-Ring
(380569)
Figure 46
20.25" +/- .25"
PTO Pressure/Lube Fitting & Hose:
380569 90° Adapter Fitting (1 each) (Fig. 46)
329130-3X Hose Assembly (1 each) (Fig. 47).
JIC4
(329130-3X)
JIC4
Transmission-to-Hydraulic Valve Cap Hose Assembly
Figure 47
This symbol warns of possible personal injury.
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
4. Remove the PTO aperture cover plate and gasket
(Fig. 48 & 48a).
IMPORTANT: Do Not Discard the gasket. It will be used
when installing the adapter on the transmission.
IMPORTANT: MY2017 F250-550 4x4 with manual
transfer case shifter - the manual shift cable has a
bracket connected to the PTO aperture that needs to be
relocated as it will interfere with PTO installation. Contact
your local Ford Dealer or Ford Body Builders Advisory
Service at 877-840-4338 or https://www.fleet.ford.com/
truckbbas/
Figure 48
Figure 48a
NOTE: PTO installation may be easier if the shifter lever
and bracket are removed. Hold PTO in position to see
if the PTO/Pump can be installed with out removing the
transmission shifter. If shifter or bracket needs to be
removed (see page 66-67) (249V).
5 Six fasteners (Fig. 49 or 50) are used to attach the
PTO to the transmission opening.
NOTE: Do not use sealing compounds because
they are generally incompatible with automatic
transmission fluids and could possibly contaminate
valve bodies in the transmission.
249 Series
Figure 49
6 249 - Install the three studs from stud kit (Fig. 49).
Install the two longer studs at 12 o’clock and 6
o’clock and the shorter stud at the 8 o’clock location
on the transmission aperture pad (Fig. 51).
249V - Install the six studs from stud kit (Fig. 50).
Install the two shorter studs at 4 o’clock and
8 o’clock and the longer studs in the other locations
on the transmission aperture pad.
249V Series
Figure 50
CAUTION: Over tightening of the studs or running
the shoulder past the transmission mounting
surface may damage stud and/or Transmission
threads (249).
7. 249 - Install the three studs until the shoulder of the
stud is flush with the transmission mounting surface.
249V - Tighten the stud and torque to 17-19 lbs-ft
[23-26 Nm].
Figure 51
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CAUTION: Overtightening of the stud may damage
stud and/or Transmission threads (249V).
8. Slide the gasket supplied with the transmission
over the dowel pins on the geared adapter (Fig. 52).
Figure 52
9. Install the geared adapter into the transmission
aperture and over the studs (Fig. 53).
Figure 53
10. Install the gasket supplied with the PTO over the
studs and against the geared adapter (Fig. 54).
Figure 54
11. Install the PTO over the studs and attach the selflocking nuts to the top shoulder stud and left top
shoulder stud. DO NOT tighten down at this time
(Fig. 55).
Figure 55
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
12. Install the bottom two self-locking nuts. DO NOT
tighten down at this time (Fig. 56).
Figure 56
13. 249 - Next, install the three remaining hex
cap screws in the remaining holes (Fig. 57).
249V - Next, install the two remaining locking nuts
on the top and middle right side studs (Fig. 57).
Figure 57
14. Torque all cap screws (Fig. 58) to 25 lbs-ft
[34 Nm] and torque the self-locking nuts to
35-40 lbs-ft [48-54 Nm].
1
3
6
NOTE: Always torque fasteners in a crossing
pattern (Fig. 58).
4
5
2
15. Connect hose (Transmission-to-Hydraulic Valve)
to the fitting on the transmission. Route as shown
in Fig. 59. Hold hose fitting in desired position and
tighten lock nut with a wrench until solid feeling
is encountered. From that point, apply one-sixth
turn. Next, connect the other end of the hose to
fitting on the PTO valve cap. Tighten until solid
feeling is encountered. From that point, apply
one-sixth turn.
Figure 58
WARNING: Oil may be hot. Use extreme
caution to assure that you do not accidentally come in
contact with hot oil.
Figure 59
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Mounting the PTO (Continued)
16. Install the PTO pressure switch onto port on
the Hydraulic Valve Cap. Torque to 10-12 Lbs-ft
(Fig. 60).
17. Connect wiring harness as shown on
pages 44-50.
18. If installing a Chelsea Pump, see page 51 for
pump installation and bolt torque specifications
(249).
19. Reinstall the transmission electrical connection
plug (Fig. 61) (249V).
Figure 60
20. Connect hydraulic hoses to pump inlet and
pressure ports. Fill hydraulic tank with
recommended hydraulic oil. Follow start up
instructions on page 52.
249V Pump Porting
Inlet = SAE 24 ORB
Pressure = SAE 16 ORB
CAUTION: Do NOT start engine with 249V PTO and
pump installed unless hydraulic system is connected
and filled with oil. Failure to follow these instructions
may result in PTO and pump damage.
Figure 61
MY2013-MY2015 (249G)
F650 Special Installation Instructions
Wiring Out Side the Cab – Engine Compartment
1. Route the Chelsea blunt-cut wiring harness along
the Ford main wiring harness in the engine
compartment fire wall to the Ford blunt-cut SEIC
customer access circuits (Fig. 62).
2. See pages 48 and 49 for complete blunt-cut wiring
instructions.
3. Route the PTO solenoid connection and pressure
switch connection wires parallel to the transmission
linkage cable.
Figure 62
4. Make sure wiring is clear of driveline and exhaust.
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Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Setting the Potentiometer for SEIC Mode
249F, 249G, 249H
1. A potentiometer (#3) is located on wiring harnesses, 329616X, 329617X & 75-P-39. It comes from the factory
set to Maximum resistance which equals 900 engine RPM in SEIC mode. Wiring Harness 329789X comes
factory set to Maximum resistance which equals 912 RPM in SEIC mode.
2. Ford’s Power Control Module (PCM) will allow a range from 900 to 3000 RPM depending on the
resistance selected. See Ford’s Current Body Builder’s Book for any changes.
3. Chelsea recommends for Power Take-Off operations in SEIC mode a Minimum Engine RPM of 900 and a
Maximum of 2000. If other then recommended RPM’s are required contact Chelsea for approval. Failure to do
so may cause premature PTO/Transmission failure and void warranty.
4. To adjust the potentiometer to the desired engine RPM.
a. Make sure the PTO installation is complete and all wiring and auxiliary equipment is connected.
b. Start engine and verify all SEIC Enable/Disable Conditions are met. (See page 8)
c. Locate the potentiometer on the wiring harness under the dash.
d. Rotate the potentiometer COUNTER CLOCKWISE until desired engine RPM is attained.
5. You can now operate the PTO in SEIC mode at the preset engine RPM anytime the PTO is engaged.
NOTE: In Mobile Mode the potentiometer does not have any affect on engine operation.
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249/249V Series PTO Installation
Setting the Potentiometer for SEIC Mode
249F, 249G, 249H
F250-550 6.8L Gas Engine MY2017
F650/750 6.8L Gas Engine MY2012-Current
SEIC Common RPMs
Engine Target Speed
(RPM)
(1)
6.7L Diesel Engine
SEIC Common RPMs
Engine Target Speed
(RPM)
Voltage (Volts)
650 (Base)
912
2.72
1024
3.61
1056
4.18
1184
4.80
1264
5.39
1440
6.76
1536
7.43
1648
8.06
1712
8.70
1792
9.25
1904
9.89
(1)
Voltage (Volts)
900
0.400
1000
0.590
1200
0.971
1400
1.352
1600
1.733
1800
2.114
2000
2.495
2200
2.876
2400
3.257
2600
3.638
2800
4.019
3000
4.400
Voltage Reading - Chelsea Wiring Harness “PTO_RPM”
Green Wire
(1)
1936
10.27
2000
10.75
2064
11.20
2128
11.60
2160
11.90
2208
12.23
2256
12.46
2320
13.77
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Cut 1.25" Dia.
Hole In Firewall
Near Ford Clutch
Master Cylinder
Seal Assembly
To Pressure
Switch
To Valve
(SK-490 Rev D)
To 6R140 Transmission
High Pressure Port
JIC4
379817 Grommet
Firewall PassThru Installation
Slice Grommet, Insert
in Hole in Clutch Master
Cylinder Seal Assembly
Please Refer to page 45 for the Installation of
the Connectors to the Truck
379502 Pressure
Switch Torque Bolt
to 120-140 Lbs. In.
Wiring Installation (“B” Shift Option)
Super Duty F250-550 – MY2011-Current w/o EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 – MY2016-Current w/o EOC
6.7L Diesel
249F
380569
90° Elbow
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
329616X Wiring Harness Assembly
(Includes Wiring Harness, Mounting
Bracket, Switch and Indicator Light).
Electrical
Ground of
Cab
3/8" Stud
Size Ring
Terminal
22-P-124 Gasket
329130-3X Hose Assembly
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Hose Assembly Identification Chart
249F
20.25" +/- .25"
Transmission to
Hydraulic Valve Cap
329130-3X
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Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
Wiring Chart (“B” Shift Option)
Super Duty F250-550 – MY2011-Current w/o EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 – MY2016-Current w/o EOC
6.7L Diesel
249F
Wire
Chelsea
Function Wire Color
Super Duty F250-550
Medium Duty F650/750
Wiring Location:
2011-2016 - Drive Side behind Data Link
2017 - Passenger Side Kick Panel
Driver Side behind Data Link
Wiring Harness
329616X
12V
Power
Purple
PTO REQ1
Yellow
Stationary
Mobile
2011-2016 (2)
White w/Blue CDC64
2011-2016 (2)
White w/Blue CDC64
2017 Green w/Orange
CBP22 (PIN 2)
2017 Green w/Orange
CBP22 (PIN 2)
Yellow w/Green
CE912 (PIN 7)
NOT USED
Stationary
Mobile
Yellow w/Gray
Circuit CBB35
Yellow w/Gray
Circuit CBB35
Yellow w/Blue
CE912
NOT USED
2016 (3) - Blue w/
Orange CE933
Blue w/Orange
CE933 (PIN 11)
NOT USED
White w/Brown
LE434 (PIN 10)
White w/Brown
LE434 (PIN 10)
White w/Brown
LE434
White w/Brown
LE434
Green CE914 (PIN 9)
Green CE914 (PIN 9)
Green CE914
Green CE914
Gray
Gray w/Violet
RE327 (PIN 6)
Gray w/Violet
RE327 (PIN 6)
Gray w/Violet
RE327
Gray w/Violet
RE327
Blue w/
White
Blue w/White
CE326 (PIN 4)
Blue w/White
CE326 (PIN 4)
Blue w/White
CE326
Blue w/White
CE326
PTO REQ2
Yellow
NOT USED
PTO VREF
White
PTO RPM
Green
PTO RTN
PTO
RELAY
(1)
2017 - Blue w/RED
CE933
NOTE:
Early MY2011 Product Units may come with two Blunt Cut Blue w/ Gray Stripe wires. One wire will be for PTO
Function (PTORS2) the other will be a Customer Wire for “Park Only Output” (TRO-P). Refer to Ford Body Builders web
site for more on this subject.
(2)
For Trucks built after May 15, 2010. Trucks built prior to May 15, 2010 this Ford wire is Yellow / Orange Stripe.
(3)
Blue w/ Orange prior to March 2016. Blue w/Red after March 2016.
See Appendix for more year specific wiring information.
(1)
Mobile to Stationary Switch
1. If required for your application a Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) switch can be installed in the cab to control PTO
function between Mobile Mode and SEIC Stationary Mode. Connect the Chelsea YELLOW wire as illustrated below.
Switching Between Stationary and Mobile
To switch between Mobile & Stationary Mode – Install a Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) switch as
shown:
Chelsea Yellow Wire
SEIC
PTORS1
Mobile
PTORS2
SPDT
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(4.9")
CAUTION: DO NOT ENGAGE PTO ABOVE 1000 RPM ENGINE
28-P-171
O-Ring
Speed Sensor Extension Cable
328923-10X (10 Ft Supplied w/EOC)
328923-5X (5 Ft Optional Cable)
Run Cable through
Grommet in Firewall
(1.8")
379243
Speed Sensor
To 6R140 Transmission
High Pressure Port
380569
90° Elbow
379502
Pressure Switch
RELAY
A
B
(SK-489 Rev E)
Wiring Installation (“K” Shift Option)
Super Duty F250-550 – MY2011-Current w/ EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 – MY2016-Current w/ EOC
6.7L Diesel
249F
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Chelsea Products Division
Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
CAUTION: Torque Values must be Maintained 10-12 Lbs-ft
NOTE: Strip Wire Ends 0.25" Prior to Installing Connector
ON/OFF
Chelsea
Electronic Overspeed
Controller - 329650X
(1.0")
329130-3X
Hose Assembly
329617X
Wire Harness
Please Refer to page 47
for the Installation of the Connectors to the Truck
3/8" Stud Size Ring Terminal
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
Connector
and 2-Wire
Shielded
Cable
16 AWG Wire, Green
16 AWG Wire, Blue
379817 Grommet
Connect to
Green Wire
from EOC
Blue Wire
Red Wire
Electrical Ground of Cab
Connect to
Blue Wire from EOC
Firewall Pass-Through Installation
Cut 1.00" Hole in Firewall Near Ford Clutch Master
Cylinder Seal Assembly
Slice Grommet.
Insert in Hole in Clutch
Master Cylinder Seal
Assembly
16 AWG Wire, Red
Connect per Wiring Chart
Accepts 1/4" Screw
16 AWG Wire, Black
Connect to Ground
Reference Kits: 329255-12X
329601X
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
Wiring Chart (“K” Shift Option)
Super Duty F250-550 – MY2011-Current w/ EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 – MY2016-Current w/ EOC
6.7L Diesel
249F
Chelsea PTO
Wire Harness
White Wire
Gray Wire
Stationary Mode
Mobile Mode
Ford PTOREF #LE434 White
w/ Brown Stripe
Ford PTORTN #RE327 Gray
w/ Violet Strip
Ford PTOREF #LE434
White w/ Brown Stripe
Ford PTORTN #RE327
Gray w/ Violet Stripe
Green Wire
Ford PTO_RPM #CE914 Green Ford PTO_RPM #CE914 Green
Blue Wire w/ White Stripe
Ford PTO_RLY #CE326 Blue
w/ White Stripe
Ford PTO_RLY #CE326
Blue w/ White Stripe
Black w/ Ring Terminal
Ford Chassis Ground in Dash
Ford Chassis Ground in Dash
Yellow Wire
Ford PTORS1 #CE912 Yellow
w/ Green Stripe
Ford PTORS2 #CE933
(1)
Blue w/ Orange Stripe (Before March 2016)
(1)
Blue w/ Red Stripe (After March 2016)
Blue Wire
Chelsea EOC Blue Wire
Chelsea EOC Blue Wire
Red Wire
Chelsea EOC Green Wire
Chelsea EOC Green Wire
NOTE: (1) Early MY2011 Product Units may come with two Blunt Cut Blue w/ Gray Stripe wires. One wire will be
for PTO Function (PTORS2) the other will be a Customer Wire for “Park Only Output” (TRO-P). Refer to Ford
Body Builders web site for more on this subject.
12V Power
Chelsea EOC Wire
Stationary Mode – Mobile Mode
F250-550
F650/750
MY2011-Current
Ford 12V #CDC64 (2) White w/ Blue Stripe
Red Wire
MY2017
Ford 12V #CBP22 Green w/ Orange Stripe
(Pin 2)
Black w/Ring Terminal
Ford Chassis Ground in Dash
MY2016-Current #CBB35 Yellow / Gray
NOTE: (2) For Super Duty Trucks built after May 15, 2010. Super Duty Trucks built prior to May 15, 2010 this
Ford wire is Yellow / Orange Stripe.
See Appendix for more year specific wiring information.
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CHELSEA
P.T.O. IS ENGAGED WHEN LIGHT IS ON
MANUAL
O OWNERS
N
87 30
86 85
Black Wire
Black Wire w/ 3/8" Stud
Size Ring Terminal
Connect to Electrical
Ground of Cab
Blue Wire
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NOTE: Strip Wire Ends 0.25" Prior to Installing Connector
329789X Wiring Harness Assembly
(Includes Wiring Harness, Mounting Bracket and
Switch Indicator Light)
O
F
F
White
Wire
75-P-38 Power
Connection Harness
Purple
Wire
FIREWALL
PASS-THRU
INSTALLATION
Enlarge Existing Hole in
Firewall Under Ford Brake Fluid
Reservoir to a 1.38" Dia. Hole
To Solenoid Valve
Slice Grommet & Insert in Hole Near Brake
Fluid Reservoir Assembly
385096 Grommet
To Pressure Switch
(SK-560 Rev C)
To 6R140 Transmission
High Pressure Port
329130-3X Hose Assembly
380089 Adapter
Wiring Installation (“B” Shift Option)
Medium Duty F650 – MY2013-MY2015 w/o EOC
6.8L Gas
249G
Please Refer to
page 42-43 for
Potentiometer
Adjustment of
Stationary
Elevated
Idle
INSIDE CAB
379502
Pressure Switch
Torque between
10-12 Lbs-ft.
329232-1X Hose Assembly
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
OUTSIDE CAB
Purple Wire
Please Refer to Page 49-50 for the Installation
of the Connectors to the Truck
Reference Kits: 329789X, 329804X
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
249/249V Series Installation Sketches
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Wiring Chart (“B” Shift Option)
Medium Duty F650 – MY2013-MY2016 w/o EOC
6.8L Gas
249G
Wiring Interface Configurations
Chelsea Wire
Stationary Mode (Mobile Mode Not Available)
75-P-38 Power Connection Harness
Gas Engine (6.8 Liter) Equipped Chassis:
Under Hood
80" Purple Wire Butt Connector
Ford Pass Thru Circuit #870 (Violet w/ Yellow Stripe)
80" Purple Wire Ring Terminal
Battery Junction Box Battery Connection Post
Under Dash
Black Wire
Ford Ground Circuit #57 (Black)
Blue Wire
Ford IGN 12V (Blue w/ Green Stripe)
Purple Wire
Ford Pass Thru Circuit #870 (Violet w/ Yellow Stripe)
White Wire
Chelsea White Wire on 329789X Main Harness
329789X Main Harness
Under Hood
Green Wire
Ford PTO_RPM Circuit #CE914 (Green)
Blue w/ White Stripe Wire
Ford PTO_RLY Circuit #CE326 (Blue w/ White Stripe)
Blue Wire
Ford PTO_REQ2 Circuit #CE933 (Blue w/ Orange Stripe) or
Blue w/Red Stripe (eff. March 2016)
Yellow Wire
Ford PTO_REQ1 Circuit #CE912 (Yellow w/ Green Stripe)
Under Dash
Black Wire w/ Ring Terminal
Chassis Ground In Dash
See Appendix for more year specific wiring information.
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249/249V Series Installation Sketches
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Wiring Chart (“B” Shift Option)
Super Duty F250-550 – MY2017 w/o EOC
Medium Duty F650/750 – MY2016-Current w/o EOC
6.2/6.8L Gas
249H
Wire
Function
Chelsea
Wire Color
Wiring Location:
Wiring Harness 75-P-39
Super Duty F250-550
(starting w/ MY2017)
Medium Duty F650/750
Passenger Side Kick Panel
Driver Side behind Data Link
Stationary
Mobile
Stationary
Mobile(1)
Yellow w/Gray
Circuit CBB35
12V Power
Yellow w/Gray
Green w/Orange
CBP22 (PIN 2)
Green w/Orange
CBP22 (PIN 2)
Yellow w/Gray
Circuit CBB35
PTO REQ1
Yellow w/Blue
Yellow w/Green
CE912 (PIN 7)
Blue w/Orange
CE933 (PIN 11)
Yellow w/Blue
CE912
PTO REQ2
Blue
NOT USED
NOT USED
2016 - Blue w/
Orange or Red(2)
CE933
2016 - N/A
PTO VREF
Yellow w/
Green
Yellow w/Green
LE424
Yellow w/Green
LE424
Yellow w/Green
LE424
Yellow w/Green
LE424
PTO RPM
Green
Green CE914 (PIN 9)
Green CE914 (PIN 9)
Green CE914
Green CE914
PTO RTN
Yellow w/Violet
Yellow w/Violet
RE407 (PIN 16)
Yellow w/Violet
RE407 (PIN 16)
Yellow w/Violet
RE407
Yellow w/Violet
RE407
Blue w/White
CE326 (PIN 4)
Blue w/White
CE326 (PIN 4)
Blue w/White
CE326
Blue w/White
CE326
PTO RELAY Blue w/White
(1)
Mobile Mode is not available on the 2016 GAS Trucks.
(2)
Blue w/Orange prior to March 2016. Blue w/Red after March 2016.
2016 - N/A
2017 - Blue w/RED
CE933
2017 - NOT USED
See Appendix for more year specific wiring information.
NOTE:
Some early build 2016 6.8L gas F650/750 vehicles have 2 identically colored wires for PTO, which are located in the
blunt cut harness under the driver side dash. They are Yellow w/Green stripes. Use a voltmeter to identify which circuit
you need:
• One wire has 0V to ground (PCM Pin C1551B-84 Circuit CE912)
• One has +5V to ground (PTO_VREF, PCM Pin 01551B-52 Circuit LE424)
• Circuit CE912 will be changing to Yellow/Blue in later production.
NOTE:
Early build 2016 6.8L gas F650/750 vehicles (built before 10/22/15) have an incorrectly pinned customer access circuit.
Circuit CE326 is pinned in pcm connector C175B PIN 96. This circuit should be located at PIN 98.
SYMPTOMS:
6.8L gas vehicles built before October 22, 2015 and not entering PTO mode due to circuit CE326 not going to ground
when all enabling conditions are met.
CORRECTIVE ACTION:
Upfitters and body builders who have a 6.8L gas vehicle built before October 22, 2015 and find that SEIC is
exhibiting the symptoms above are advised to contact their local Ford Service center for corrective action per
TSB 15-0180. The dealer will be able to determine if this TSB is applicable to the vehicle.
Vehicles built after 10/22/15 will have this circuit in the correct PCM connector cavity.
Reference: SVE Bulletin Q-241
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247/249 Series Pump Information
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Mounting CGP-P11 Pumps to PTO
The Parker/Chelsea CGP-P11 pumps listed below have a special pump flange designed to mount the pump to the
249 Series PTO without modifying the pump flange. This allows the same pump to be installed on either 4 x 2 or
4 x 4 applications.
NOTE: Each Chelsea PTO that features a female pump shaft will include a packet of lubricant (part number
379688). Apply this to the male end of the pump shaft before installing the pump to the PTO.
Chelsea CGP-P11 Series Pump Bolt Specifications - 249 Series
Order
Code
Chelsea Pump
Model
Pump Tag
Number
Pump
Bolt Number
Mounting Kit 2 per Pump
Bolt Size
Flat Washer
(Qty.)
16
CGP-P11A016-5GC 334 9110 027
329418-2X
378431-31
.375"-16 x 4.25"
500365-26 (2)
26
CGP-P11A026-5GC 334 9110 028
329418-3X
378431-32
.375"-16 x 4.50"
500365-26 (2)
32
CGP-P11A032-5GC 334 9110 068
329665-3X
378431-33
.375"-16 x 4.75"
500365-26 (2)
37
CGP-P11A037-5GC 334 9110 029
329665-3X
378431-33
.375"-16 x 4.75"
500365-26 (2)
42
CGP-P11A042-5GC 334 9110 030
329418-6X
378431-34
.375"-16 x 5.00"
500365-26 (2)
55
CGP-P11A055-5GC 334 9110 031
329418-7X
378431-35
.375"-16 x 5.25"
500365-26 (2)
61
CGP-P11A061-5GE 334 9110 097
329418-8X
378431-36
.375"-16 x 5.50"
500365-26 (2)
71
CGP-P11A071-5GE 334 9110 098
329665-7X
378431-37
.375"-16 x 5.75"
500365-26 (2)
82
CGP-P11A082-5GE 334 9110 099
329665-8X
378431-38
.375"-15 x 6.00"
500365-26 (2)
87
CGP-P11A087-5GE 334 9110 100
329665-8X
378431-38
.375"-15 x 6.00"
500365-26 (2)
NOTE: Torque Pump Mounting Bolts between 35-38 lbs-ft [48-52 Nm].
CAUTION: Failure to Torque pump bolts to the correct specifications may result in poor pump performance
and/or premature failure.
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249V Series Vane Pump Information
Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only)
General
All DENISON by Parker vane pumps & motors are individually tested to provide the best quality & reliability.
Modifications, conversions & repairs can only be done by authorized dealers or OEM to avoid invalidation of the
guarantee.
The pumps & motors are to be used in the design limits indicated in all the sales bulletins.
Do not modify or work on the pump under pressure or when the engine is on. Qualified personnel are required to
assemble and set-up hydraulic devices.
Always conform to regulations (safety, electrical, environment).
The following instructions are important to follow to obtain good service life from the unit.
Rotation & Ports Indication
■ The rotation and ports orientation are viewed from the shaft end.
■ CW stands for clockwise, right-hand rotation.
■ CCW stands for counter-clockwise, left-hand rotation.
Start-Up Check-Up
Check that the assembly of the power unit is correct:
The distance between the suction pipe & the return lines in the tank should be as great as possible.
A bevel on both suction & return lines is recommended to increase the surface and so lower the velocity. We
suggest a 45° minimum angle.
Velocities
: inlet 0.5 < x < 1.9 m/s
(164 < x < 6.23 ft per sec.)
: return x < 6 m/s
(x < 19.7 ft per sec.)
: Always insure that all return and suction lines are under the oil level to avoid forming aeration
or vortex effect. This should be done under the most critical situation (all cylinders extended for
example). Straight and short pipes are the best.
V=
Q (Lpm)
6 x p x r² (cm)
= m/s
V=
Q (GPM)
3.12 x p x r² (in)
= ft/s
The size of the air filter should be 3 times greater than the max. instant return flow (all cylinders in movement for
example).
DENISON does not recommend inlet strainers. If needed, a 100 mesh (149 microns) is the finest mesh
recommended.
Make sure that all protective plugs & covers have been removed.
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249V Series Vane Pump Information
Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Start-up:
■ The tank has been filled up with a clean fluid in proper conditions.
■ Flushing the system with an external pump prior to the start-up is good.
■ To allow a good priming of the pump, the air should be bled off.
■ The first valve on the circuit should be open to tank.
■ Air bleed off valves are available on the market place.
■ It is possible to bleed off the air by creating a leak in the P port of the pump.
WARNING: This has to be done in low pressure mode as it could create a dangerous fluid leak. Make sure
that the pressure cannot rise (open center valve to tank, pressure relief valve unloaded).
■ When oil free of air appears, tighten the connectors to the correct torque.
■ The pump should prime within a few seconds. If not, please read the troubleshooting guide (pages 60-63).
■ If the pump is noisy, please troubleshoot the system.
■ Never operate the pump at top speed and pressure without checking the completion of pump priming.
Model
Code
Chelsea
Number
Vendor
Description
Displacement
Pump (D) Torque (D)
GPM (D)
in³/rev
HP
Ft. Lbs.
Max Pressure PSI (C)
Speed RPM (E)
Max
Speed
RPM
Intermittent
Continuous
Min.
Max
Engine (B)
08
380418-08
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
1.61
9.85
20.1
71.0
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
10
380418-10
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
2.08
12.73
26.0
91.7
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
12
380418-12
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
2.26
13.83
28.2
99.7
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
14
380418-14
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
2.81
17.20
35.1
123.9
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
17
380418-17
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
3.56
21.79
44.5
157.0
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
20
380418-20
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
3.89
23.80
48.6
171.6
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
22
380418-22
CARTR T6CM
UNIT CCW SI
4.29
26.25
53.6
189.2
4000
3500
400
2480
2000
(B)Max Engine Speed = (Max Pump Speed) / (1.24) for PTO Ratio Increase
(C)Based on antiwear petroleum or non antiwear petroleum base. For synthetic fluids, water in oil emulsions or water glycols MAX RPM is 1800.
(D)GPM & Pump Input HP @ 1200 Engine RPM (1488 PTO Output RPM - 124% Ratio) & Continuous Pressure Rating with 94% efficiency rating considered.
Pressures are stated for antiwear petroleum base only.
(E)249 “V” Pump Options: “The PTO drive gear delivers up to 250 Lbs. ft. torque to the aftermarket PTO, and can manage the heat of 40 HP continuously.
Higher horsepower can be delivered, but for shorter durations depending on the amount of power required.” Ref: Ford Body Builders Manual; TorqShift
Automatic Transmission.
To calculate the HP of the above pumps use the following: HP = (GPM x P) ÷ (E x 1714)
HP = Horse Power, GPM = Gallons Per Minute, P = Pressure, E = Pump Efficiency as a decimal.
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Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Hydraulic Fluid Recommendations
Minimum Inlet Pressure
Please read the charts in the sales leaflets as the minimum requested inlet pressure varies versus the
displacement and the speed. Never go under 0.8 bar Absolute (-0.2 bar relative) 11.6 PSI Absolute (-2.9 PSI G).
Maximum Inlet Pressure
It is recommended to always have at least 1.5 bar (22 PSI) differential between inlet and outlet. Standard shaft
seals are limited to 0.7 bar (10 PSI G) but some allow 7 bar (100 PSI G).
Minimum Allowable Inlet Pressure (PSI Absolute)
Cartridge
Size
1200
1500
1800
Pump Speed RPM
2100
2200
2300
2500
08
10
12
14
17
20
22
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
12.3
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
12.3
12.3
13.0
12.3
12.3
12.3
12.3
13.0
13.0
13.0
13.7
13.7
13.7
13.7
13.7
13.7
14.2
Inlet pressure is measured at inlet flange with petroleum base fluids at viscosity between 60 and 300 SUS.
The difference between inlet pressure at the pressure at the pump flange and atmosphere pressure must not exceed
2.9 PSI to prevent aeration.
Multiply absolute pressure by 1.25 for HF-3, HF-4 fluid by 1.35 for HF-5 fluid by 1.10 for ester or rapeseed base
Minimum Outlet Pressure
It is recommended to always have at least 1.5 bar (22 PSI) differential between inlet and outlet.
Fluids:
DENISON Classifications
Types of fluids: For all types of fluids, DENISON’s products have different pressures, speeds & temperature limits.
Please refer to the sales leaflets for a DENISON T6C Vane Pump.
HF-0 = Anti-wear petroleum base.
HF-1 = Non anti-wear petroleum base.
HF-2 = Anti-wear petroleum base.
HF-3 = Water-in-oil invert emulsions.
HF-4 = Water glycol solutions.
HF-5 = Synthetic fluids.
Filtration Recommendations
NAS 1638 class 8 or better.
ISO 18 / 14 or better.
Inlet strainers: DENISON does not recommend inlet strainers. If requested, a 100 mesh (149 microns) is the finest
mesh recommended.
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Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Hydraulic Fluid Recommendations (Continued)
Recommended Fluids
Petroleum based antiwear R & O fluids. These fluids are the recommended fluids for pumps & motors. Maximum
catalog ratings and performance data are based on operation with these fluids. These fluids are covered by
DENISON Hydraulics HF-0 and HF-2 specifications.
For optimum performance, Chelsea recommends Parker DuraClean™ Premium Hydraulic Fluid available from
Parker Hydraulic Filter Division. For more information about DuraClean, visit www.Parker.com or contact Hydraulic
Filter Division by email at HFDinsidesales@parker.com.
Acceptable Alternate Fluids
The use of fluids other than petroleum based antiwear R & O fluids requires that the maximum ratings of the
pumps will be reduced. In some cases the minimum replenishment pressures must be increased.
Viscosity
Max. (cold start, low speed & pressure)
Mobile
Industrial
2000 cSt - 9400 SUS
860 cSt - 3900 SUS
Max. (full speed & pressure)
108 cSt - 500 SUS
108 cSt - 500 SUS
Optimum (max. life)
30 cSt - 140 SUS
30 cSt - 140 SUS
Min. (full speed & pressure for HF-1, HF-3, HF-4 &
18 cSt - 90 SUS
HF-5 fluids)
18 cSt - 90 SUS
Min. (full speed & pressure for HF-0 & HF-2 fluids) 10 cSt - 60 SUS
10 cSt - 60 SUS
Viscosity Index
90 min. Higher values extend the range of operating temperatures.
Temperatures
The usual limiting factor of temperature (low or high) comes from the obtained viscosity. The seals are sometimes
the limit: standard seals range from -30° C to 90° C (-9.4° F to 194° F).
Maximum fluid temperature (Ø)
°C
°F
HF-0, HF-1, HF-2
+100
+212
HF-3, HF-4
+50
+122
HF-5
+70
+158
Biodegradable fluids (esters & rapeseed base)
+65
+149
Minimum fluid temperature (Ø) (also depend on max. viscosity)
°C
°F
HF-0, HF-1, HF-2, HF-5
-18
-0.4
HF-3, HF-4
+10
+50
Biodegradable fluids (esters & rapeseed base)
-20
-4
Over or under these values, please contact DENISON.
Water Contamination in the Fluid
Maximum acceptable content of water:
■ 0.10 % for mineral base fluids.
■ 0.05 % for synthetic fluids, crankcase oils, biodegradable fluids.
If the amount of water is higher, then it should be drained off the circuit.
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Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Pump & Cartridge Breakdown Drawing
SAE 16-ORB
Torque to 80-85 lbs-ft
[108-115 Nm]
Shaft assembly
Front cap
Mounting cap
Cartridge
SAE 24-ORB
Seals
Housing
Back-up ring
Pressure port plate
Vanes
Pins
Rotor
Cam ring
Rear port plate
Retaining
screws
Dowel pins
WARNING: The purpose of the two screws is just to hold the cartridge together. When tightening them, check the
rotation of the rotor & vane assembly.
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Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Cartridge Replacement
Removal
1. Lay the PTO/Pump on the table (Fig. 63).
NOTE: PTO must be supported on table.
Figure 63
2. Unscrew the 4-Bolts (Fig. 64).
Figure 64
3. Remove the housing (Fig. 65).
WARNING: This seal can sometimes stay in the
housing.
Figure 65
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Start-Up Instructions (249V Series Only) (Continued)
Cartridge Replacement (Continued)
4. Disassemble the cartridge / front cap with an extractor
(Fig. 66).
Figure 66
5. Remove cartridge from shaft (Fig. 67).
Figure 67
WARNING: If you want to reassemble a new
cartridge (Fig. 68).
Installation
6. Fit the cartridge into the housing (Fig. 68).
Figure 68
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Cartridge Replacement (Continued)
7. Check if the dowel pin is in its position in the housing by
trying to rotate the cartridge (Fig. 69).
WARNING: Put some grease on the seals to prevent
them from moving. If the cartridge does rotate, the dowel pin is
not in the hole. Take the cartridge out and try again.
If the cartridge does not fit in the housing correctly, check
the concentricity of the three elements = port plates (rear &
pressure) & cam ring.
Figure 69
WARNING: Never use a hammer. The cartridge is to fit
into the housing without any tools (Fig. 70).
8. Assemble the front cap ass’y on the housing & cartridge
ass’y (Fig. 71).
WARNING: Position the shaft / front cap ass’y only if
the cartridge is well positioned, dowel pin in the housing dowel
pin hole. Put some grease on the seals to prevent them from
moving.
Figure 70
9. Final ass’y (Fig. 72).
a.Always check if the shaft rotates freely. If not,
disassemble and go back to the previous step.
b.Flip/rotate the pump to fit the 4 screws.
Figure 71
c.Fix the pump to thePTO before tightening the pump’s
bolts.
d.Check the porting configuration.
e.Tighten the 4-Bolts. Step by step to avoid damaging the
seals (Fig. 73).
Figure 72
f. Always check if the shaft rotates freely. If not,
disassemble and go back to the previous step.
1
4
3
2
Torque Requirements.
108-115 Nm
80-85 lbs-ft
Figure 73
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Vane Pump Troubleshooting Guide
1. No flow, no pressure
a.Is the pump rotating?
a-1. Check if the coupling is rotating. If not, check the rotation of the electric motor.
a-2. Check the keys of the pump and E motor shaft.
a-3. Check if the shaft is not broken.
b.Is the rotation in the correct direction?
b-1. Check if the rotation of the pump corresponds to the arrow on the name plate.
b-2. Check if the wiring of the electric motor is correct.
c.Is the air bleed-off done?
c-1. Check that no air is still located in the pressure line. Loosen a connector.
d.How are the inlet conditions?
d-1. Check if the inlet gate valve is not closed.
d-2. Check the oil level.
d-3. Check if the inlet hose in the tank is under the oil tank level.
d-4. Check if an air intake is not disturbing the inlet (missing inlet flange seal, air trapped in suction line as
examples).
d-5. Check if the pump is not located too high above the oil level.
d-6. Check if the tank is not completely sealed. Then the lack of atmospheric pressure will not allow the
pump to prime.
d-7. Check if all connections and seals are air-tight.
e.Is the Viscosity not too high?
e-1. Check if the oil characteristics are not incompatible with the temperature and the pumps
requirements. Too high Viscosity will “stick” the vane fluid and enable the pump to suck the oil correctly.
f. Is the pump flow not going somewhere else?
f-1. Check the hydraulic circuit and the main sequences. Doing so, you will check if all the valves are set or
work properly.
f-2. Check if the main relief valve is not set at an extremely low pressure and therefore bringing all the flow
back to the tank.
f-3. Check if in the directional valves the spools are not sticking in a position that brings the flow back to
the tank.
f-4. Check if the check valve is not mounted “upside down”.
g.Is the receptor working correctly?
g-1. Check if the motor does not let all the flow leak internally.
g-2. Check if the cylinder inner seals are not ruined.
h.Is the speed high enough?
h-1. Check if the minimum speed is reached. Mobile pumps require 400 RPM and industrial pumps require
600 RPM.
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2. Not enough flow (or not the flow required)
a.Are the components OK?
a-1. Check the displacement of the pump.
a-2. Check if the speed of the pump is not too low or too high (E motor or thermic engine sized too small so
dropping the speed too low).
a-3. Check if the main relief valve is not set at an extremely low pressure and therefore venting some flow
back to the tank.
a-4. Check if in the directional valves the spools are not sticking in a position that brings part of the flow
back to the tank.
a-5. Check if the hydraulic motor is not leaking internally due to a bad efficiency, low viscosity.
a-6. Check if the cylinder inner seals are not ruined and therefore allow internal leakage.
b.Is the connection from the tank to the pump correct?
b-1. Check if there is no air intake between the pump and the inlet pipe (bad seals for example).
b-2. Check if the inlet hose is convenient for the required velocity (0,5 < V < 1,9 m/s).
b-3. Check if the pump is not too high compared to the oil level or if the pump is not too far from the tank
(check the inlet absolute pressure with the catalog values).
b-4. Check if the gate valve is not semi-open.
b-5. Check if the inlet strainer is sized correctly (250 m mesh mini.) or not clogged.
c.Is the tank design correct?
c-1. Check if the oil level is correct.
c-2. Check if the suction pipe is under the oil level during the complete cycle of the machine.
c-3. Check if the inlet hose fitted in the tank is cut with an angle wider than 45°.
c-4. Check if this inlet hose is not too close to the tank wall or to the bottom of the tank and therefore limits
the “vane flow”.
c-5. Check if the suction hose is not located near the return line and therefore sucking a lot of air coming
from these turbulences.
c-6. Check if baffles are required to allow correct aeration of the fluid.
c-7. Check if the air filter is not clogged or undersized (not well dimensioned).
c-8. Check if the tank is not fully tight, not allowing the atmospheric pressure to apply.
d.Is the oil convenient?
d-1. Check if the oil characteristics are not incompatible with the pumps requirements.
d-2. Check if the viscosity is not too high, therefore “sticking” some vanes in the rotor or blocking the
vane fluid.
d-3. Check if the high temperature does not destroy the viscosity of the fluid. Doing so, the internal leakage
will “consume” the flow.
3. No pressure
a.Is the hydraulic circuit correctly designed?
a-1. Check the hydraulic circuit schematic.
b.Is the circuit correctly piped?
b-1. Compare the schematic to the piped circuit.
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c.Are the components working properly?
c-1. Check the main sequences. Doing so, you will check if all the valves are set or work properly.
c-2. Check if the main relief valve is not set at an extremely low pressure and therefore bringing all the
flow back to the tank.
c-3. Check if in the directional valves the spools are not sticking in a position that brings the flow back to
the tank.
4. Not enough pressure
a.Check as when “no pressure” 3.
b.Is the system well dimensioned?
b-1. Check if the flow required is not over the available flow and therefore cannot build-up pressure.
c.Is there an internal leakage somewhere that maintains a certain pressure?
c-1. Check all the possible faulty components, from the pump to all the receptors and intermediates
(high pressure seals, mechanical wear).
5. Uncommon noise level
a.Is the noise coming from the pump?
a-1. Check the mechanical link of the pump shaft: alignment, balancing of the coupling or Universal joint,
key properly fastened.
a-2. Check if the air bleed has been done correctly.
a-3. Check if there is no air intake from the tank to the pump (nor through the shaft seal).
a-4. Check if the hose strain force does not create this noise.
a-5. Check if the oil level is correct.
a-6. Check if the oil in the tank is not aerated.
a-7. Check if the strainer is not clogged or under-dimensioned.
a-8. Check if the inlet pipe is under the oil level.
a-9. Check if the air filter is not clogged or too small.
a-10. Check if the speed is not incompatible with the catalog values.
a-11. Check if the oil is compatible with the catalog recommendations.
a-12. Check if the inlet pressure is not higher than the outlet pressure.
b.Is the noise coming from the surroundings?
b-1. Check the hoses and see if the noise in not coming back to the pump this way.
b-2. Check the pressure piping and see if its length dumps or amplifies the noise.
b-3. Check if the structure of the tank is stiff enough to avoid amplification / resonance.
b-4. Check the E motor fan.
b-5. Check the balancing of the E motor.
b-6. Check the water cooler and its theoretical limits.
b-7. Check the filtration unit, its capacity and if the noise does not come from the opened by-pass valve.
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6. Unusual heat level
a.Does the heat appear when the pump is running without pressure?
a-1. Check the oil level and the suction pipe. Is the oil coming to the pump (check the length of the pipe,
its internal diameter, all that could influence the inlet pressure)?
a-2. Check if the air bleed has been done correctly.
a-3. Check if the flow versus the volume of oil in the tank is correct to obtain a good cooling effect.
a-4. Check if a cooler is required or, if there is one, if it is well dimensioned.
a-5. If there is a cooler, check if it is working (example for water cooler: is the water flow open or sufficient).
a-6. Check if the hydraulic circuit is not bringing back the flow directly to the inlet port. Doing so, it would
create a very small closed circuit not able to cool down the fluid.
a-7. Check the quality of the fluid.
a-8. Check the velocity of the fluid.
a-9. Check the filtration unit, its capacity and if the heat does not come from the open by-pass valve or if it
is under-dimensioned (bigger delta P).
b.Does the heat appear when the pump is running with pressure?
b-1. Check the viscosity.
b-2. Check the pressure rating.
b-3. Check if the cooler is working correctly or well dimensioned.
b-4. Check if the relief valve is not creating this heat because always open.
b-5. Check if any other component in the system is not creating this heat due to an internal defect.
b-6. Check if there is a big temperature differential between the inlet and the outlet.
7. Shaft seal leakage
a.Is the seal destroyed?
a-1. Check the alignment and the correct power transmission (non homokinetic movement, high radial
force as examples).
a-2. Check the inlet pressure and compare it to the catalog values.
a-3. Check if the bad suction conditions do not create a vacuum that could even reverse the seal lip.
a-4. Check if the external environment is not too dirty and therefore ruining the seal.
b.Is the seal only leaking?
b-1. Check the alignment of the front shaft and check if there is not any radial load.
b-2. Check if seal lip has not been cut during a maintenance operation.
b-3. Check if the inlet pressure is not over or under the catalog values. This has to be done for the whole
cycle because the inlet pressure can vary from time to time.
b-4. Check if the seal material has not been modified because of a too warm environment. The seal can
vulcanize and stop sealing correctly.
b-5. Check the acidity of the oil that can “burn” the seals material. It will therefore destroy the elasticity of
the sealing.
b-6. Check if the chosen seal (high pressure seal for example) is not too stiff for the use. If the environment
requires some elasticity due to a gentle misalignment, a high pressure seal will not be able to follow the
movement and therefore leak.
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Due to the normal and sometimes severe torsional vibrations that Power Take-Off units experience, operators
should follow a set maintenance schedule for inspections. Failure to service loose bolts or Power Take-Off leaks
could result in potential auxiliary Power Take-Off or transmission damage.
Periodic PTO MAINTENANCE is required by the owner/operator to ensure proper, safe and trouble free operation.
Daily:
Check all air, hydraulic and working mechanisms before operating PTO. Perform maintenance
as required.
Monthly: Inspect for possible leaks and tighten all air, hydraulic and mounting hardware, if necessary. Torque all
bolts, nuts, etc. to Chelsea specifications. Ensure that splines are properly lubricated, if applicable.
Perform maintenance as required.
With regards to the direct mounted pump splines, the PTO requires the application of a specially formulated
anti-fretting, high pressure, high temperature grease. The addition of the grease has been proven to reduce the
effects of the torsional vibrations, which result in fretting corrosion on the PTO internal splines as well as the
pump external splines. Fretting corrosion appears as a “rusting and wearing” of the pump shaft splines. Severe
duty applications, which require long PTO running times and high torque may require more frequent regreasing.
Applications such as Utility Trucks that run continuously and are lightly loaded also require frequent regreasing
due to the sheer hours of running time. It is important to note that service intervals will vary for each and every
application and are the responsibility of the end user of the product. Chelsea also recommends that you consult
your pump owner's manuals and technical services for their maintenance guidelines. Fretting corrosion is caused
by many factors and without proper maintenance the anti-fretting grease can only reduce its effects on components.
Chelsea offers the grease to our customers in two packages. The first is a 5/8 fluid ounce tube (379688), which is
included with every applicable PTO, and the second is a 14-ounce grease cartridge (379831).
Warranty:Failure to comply entirely with the provisions set forth in the appropriate
Owner’s Manual will result in voiding of ALL Warranty consideration.
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TorqShift® Bracket – Field Modification MY2005 (247 Series)
Current Bracket
• Cut this area to eliminate interference
with the PTO housing.
• Grind surface to eliminate sharp edges.
• Clean and paint the part with
rust preventative.
▼
Modified Bracket
▼
18mm Minimum
Models Affected: 2005 Model Year F250-550 with TorqShift® 5-Speed Automatic Transmission with PTO Provision
Option.
Background: The shift bracket holding the shift linkage in position was revised for MY2005. That change resulted
in the bracket interfering with the Chelsea and Muncie PTOs by approximately 2.8 mm, preventing installation of
the aftermarket PTOs.
Recommendation: Grind or cut away a portion of the bracket to gain clearance. The illustration in the attachment
to this bulletin depicts how much material may be removed without deteriorating the strength and reliability of
the bracket and transmission gearshift function. Affected vehicles built approximately November 15th, 2004, will
incorporate a revised shift bracket that provides clearance to the aftermarket PTO.
WARNING: The modification shown is the only one supported. No modifications to the bracket mounting holes are
acceptable.
For additional questions please contact the Ford Truck Body Builders Advisory Service at toll-free number
1-877-840-4338, or by e-mail at bbasqa@ford.com. QVM Bulletins can be found at www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas.
Ref: Ford SVE Bulletin Q-112 dated October 15, 2004
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Ford Shifter & Bracket Removal and Installation (249/249V Series)
Removal
1. Next the vehicle selector lever cable and bracket
must be removed to help in the
installation (Fig. 74).
2. The following instructions are Ford’s recommended
instructions for removal of the lever cable and
bracket for PTO installation on the
TorqShift® 6 transmission.
Ford
Part Number
Description
4
56539
Selector lever cable bracket
bolts (2 required)
5
7B229
Selector lever cable bracket
6
7H181
Retaining clip
Item
Figure 74
NOTICE: To prevent selector lever cable damage, do
not apply force to the selector lever cable assembly
between the manual control lever and the selector lever
cable bracket.
3. Position the vehicle selector lever into the drive
position.
Figure 75
4. Disconnect the selector lever cable from the manual
control lever (Fig. 75).
5. Remove and discard the selector lever cable
retaining clip.
•Lift the lock tabs on the retaining clip arms to
release the clip.
•Pull the clip and selector lever cable from the selector lever cable bracket (Fig. 76).
Figure 76
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Installation
6. Move the manual control lever all the way forward
into the LOW position, then move it 3 detents
rearward (Fig. 77).
NOTE: When installing the selector lever cable, make
sure that the selector lever cable locking tabs are
locked in place. Press the selector lever cable into the
bracket and listen for the cable to click in place. Pull
back on the selector lever cable to make sure that it is
locked into the bracket.
Figure 77
Install the selector lever cable into the selector lever
cable bracket and install a new retaining clip.
7. Correct the selector lever cable onto manual control
lever (Fig. 78).
Figure 78
8. Slide the adjuster tab in place to lock the selector
lever cable (Fig. 79).
Figure 79
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Chelsea PTO Ford Application Chart – PTO w/o EOC
Model Year
2009-2010
2011-2012
2013-2015
2016
2017
247
247
247
247
249H
5R110
5R110
5R110
5R110
6R140
*Wiring Harness
329598X
329598X
329598X
329598X
75-P-39
Installation Kit
329600X
329600X
329600X
329600X
329902X
Gas
Super Duty F250-550
Transmission
Heat Shield Kit
Diesel
329790X
247
249F
249F
249F
249F
5R110
6R140
6R140
6R140
6R140
*Wiring Harness
329598X
329616X
329616X
329616X
329616X
Installation Kit
329600X
329651X
329651X
329651X
329651X
249G
249G
249H
249H
6R140
6R140
6R140
6R140
*Wiring Harness
329789X
329789X
75-P-39
75-P-39
Installation Kit
329804X
329804X
329902X
329902X
Heat Shield Kit
329790X
329790X
329790X
329790X
Misc Kit
75-P-38X
75-P-38X
249F
249F
6R140
6R140
329616X
329616X
329651X
329651X
Transmission
2012 Only
Gas
Medium Duty F650/750
Transmission
Diesel
Transmission
*Wiring Harness
Allison Transmissions
Installation Kit
* Wiring Harness is included in the installation kit unless otherwise noted.
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Chelsea Products Division
Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
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Green
Gray
Black w/Ring
Term.
PTO
SIGRTN
Ground
White
PTO VREF
PTO RPM
Blue/White
Stripe
Yellow
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Chelsea Products Division
Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
SUPER DUTY
MEDIUM DUTY
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
Chassis Ground
Gray/Violet
Gray/Violet
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
Gray/Violet
Green
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
Gray/Violet
Green
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
Green
White/Brown
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
Green
White/Brown
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
White/Brown
Blue/White
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
White/Brown
Blue/White
Blue/White
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
Blue/White
Blue/Orange (Blue/Red
eff. March 2016)
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
Blue/Orange
Yellow/Green
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
Yellow/Green
Yellow/Green
Yellow/Green
White/Blue (CDC64)
2016
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
White/Blue
(CDC64)
2012-2015
Yellow/Gray (CBB35)
Yellow/Orange (Early)
White/Blue (CDC64)
2011
Ford
Blue/Orange F250-550
Blue/Red F650-750
(Pin 11)
Chelsea - Yellow
Ford - Gray/Violet
(Pin 6)
Chelsea - Gray/Violet
Ford - Green
(Pin 9)
Chelsea - Green
Ford - White/Brown
(Pin 10)
Chelsea - White/Brown
Ford - Blue/White
(Pin 4)
Chelsea - Blue/White
Ford - Yellow/Green
(Pin 7)
Chelsea - Yellow
Chelsea - Purple
(Pin 2)
Ford
Green/Orange F250-550
Yellow/Grey F650-750
2017
Ford Wire Color, Diesel 6.7L (Reference Ford Bulletin Q-180 and Q-236, and Q256)
MEDIUM DUTY
F650/750
SUPER DUTY
F250-550
Chassis
Group
Appendix
PTO RELAY
PTO
REQUEST 2
PTO
REQUEST 1
Purple
12V
SOURCE
Yellow
Chelsea
Wire Color
Ford
Function
329616X
Stationary
Mode
Mobile Mode
(Live Drive)
6.7L Diesel Harness P/N
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Chelsea – Ford Wiring Chart Diesel
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Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
MD - MY16+
SD
MD - MY13-15
MD - MY16+
Black w/Ring Term.
Black w/Ring Term.
MD - MY13-15
SD
MD - MY16+
Yellow/Violet
Green
MD - MY13-15
SD
Red (247)
Green
MD - MY16+
Yellow/Green
MD - MY13-15
Ground
Green
Blue/White
Blue/Orange
Yellow/Green
Ground
Ground
Tan/Orange
Early - Green
Green
White/Purple
Early - Blue/White
Blue/White
Black/Orange
Early - Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
White/Red
Early - Yellow/Green
Yellow/Green
Blue Ign Wire
Purple Pass-Thru
Black
White/Blue
Yellow/ Orange
Early - White/Blue
SD = Super Duty (F250-550) / MD = Medium Duty (F650/750)
GROUND
PTO
SIGRTN
PTO
RPM
PTO
VREF
SD
MD - MY16+
Blue/White
SD
Black With
Butt Conn.
MD - MY13-15
MD - MY16
MD - MY17
Blue
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
MD - MY13-15
SD
Yellow
(PTO_engage)
Blue
MD - MY16+
Yellow/Blue
SD
Orange (247)
MD - MY13-15
MD - MY16+
Yellow/Gray
Yellow
MD - MY12-15
White Wire to Relay
Harness attached to
Battery Source
2012
2011
Ground
Ground
Green
Green
Blue/White
Blue/White
Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
Yellow/Green
Yellow/Green
Blue Ign Wire
Purple Pass-Thru Black
White/Blue
2013-2015
Ground
Ground
Yellow/Violet
Green
Green
Yellow/Green
Blue/White
Blue/White
Blue/Orange
(Blue/Red
eff. March 2016)
Blue/Orange
Yellow/Blue
Early - Yellow/Green
Yellow/Green
Yellow/Gray
White/Blue
2016
Ground
Ford - Yellow/Violet
Chelsea - Yellow/Violet
Ground
Ford - Yellow/Violet
Chelsea - Yellow/Violet
Ford - Green
Chelsea - Green
Ford - Green
Chelsea - Green
Ford - Yellow/Green
Chelsea - Yellow/Green
Ford - Yellow/Green (PIN 18)
Chelsea - Yellow/Green
Ford - Blue/White
Chelsea - Blue/White
Ford - Blue/White (PIN 4)
Chelsea - Blue/White
Ford - Blue/Red (PIN 11)
Chelsea - Yellow/Blue
Ford - Blue/Orange (PIN 11)
Chelsea - Yellow/Blue
Ford - Yellow/Green
Chelsea - Yellow/Blue
Ford - Yellow/Green (PIN 7)
Chelsea - Yellow/Blue
Ford - Green/Orange
Chelsea - Yellow/Gray
Ford - Green/Orange (PIN 2)
Chelsea - Yellow/Gray
2017
Ford Wire Color, 6.8L Gas (Reference Ford Bulletin Q-180, Q-236 and Q-256)
Appendix
PTO
RELAY
PTO
REQUEST
2
PTO
REQUEST
1
12V
SOURCE
SD
Chassis
Group
White/Blue (247)
Chelsea
Wire Color
6.8L Gas
Stationary Mode
Mobile Mode
(Live Drive)
Ford
Circuit
Bulletin HY25-1FRD-M1/US
Owner’s Manual
Ford “F” Series
Chelsea – Ford Wiring Chart Gas
Parker Hannifin Corporation – Chelsea Division
Offer of Sale
The items described in this document and other documents and descriptions provided by Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and its authorized distributors (“Seller”)
are hereby offered for sale at prices to be established by Seller. This offer and its acceptance by any customer (“Buyer”) shall be governed by all of the following Terms and
Conditions. Buyer’s order for any item described in its document, when communicated to Seller verbally, or in writing, shall constitute acceptance of this offer. All goods, services
or work described will be referred to as “Products”.
11. Improper use and Indemnity. Buyer shall indemnify, defend, and hold Seller
harmless from any claim, liability, damages, lawsuits, and costs (including attorney
fees), whether for personal injury, property damage, patent, trademark or copyright
infringement or any other claim, brought by or incurred by Buyer, Buyer’s employees,
or any other person, arising out of: (a) improper selection, improper application or
other misuse of Products purchased by Buyer from Seller; (b) any act or omission,
negligent or otherwise, of Buyer; (c) Seller’s use of patterns, plans, drawings, or
specifications furnished by Buyer to manufacture Product; or (d) Buyer’s failure to
comply with these terms and conditions. Seller shall not indemnify Buyer under any
circumstance except as otherwise provided.
12. Cancellations and Changes. Orders shall not be subject to cancellation or
change by Buyer for any reason, except with Seller’s written consent and upon terms
that will indemnify, defend and hold Seller harmless against all direct, incidental and
consequential loss or damage. Seller may change product features, specifications,
designs and availability with notice to Buyer.
13. Limitation on Assignment. Buyer may not assign its rights or obligations under
this agreement without the prior written consent of Seller.
14. Force Majeure. Seller does not assume the risk and shall not be liable for delay
or failure to perform any of Seller’s obligations by reason of circumstances beyond
the reasonable control of Seller (hereinafter “Events of Force Majeure”). Events of
Force Majeure shall include without limitation: accidents, strikes or labor disputes,
acts of any government or government agency, acts of nature, delays or failures in
delivery from carriers or suppliers, shortages of materials, or any other cause beyond
Seller’s reasonable control.
15. Waiver and Severability. Failure to enforce any provision of this agreement will
not waive that provision nor will any such failure prejudice Seller’s right to enforce that
provision in the future. Invalidation of any provision of this agreement by legislation
or other rule of law shall not invalidate any other provision herein. The remaining
provisions of this agreement will remain in full force and effect.
16. Termination. Seller may terminate this agreement for any reason and at any time
by giving Buyer thirty (30) days written notice of termination. Seller may immediately
terminate this agreement, in writing, if Buyer: (a) commits a breach of any provision
of this agreement (b) appointments a trustee, receiver or custodian for all or any part
of Buyer’s property (c) files a petition for relief in bankruptcy on its own behalf, or by
a third party (d) makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or (e) dissolves or
liquidates all or a majority of its assets.
17. Governing Law. This agreement and the sale and delivery of all Products
hereunder shall be deemed to have taken place in and shall be governed and construed
in accordance with the laws of the State of Ohio, as applicable to contracts executed
and wholly performed therein and without regard to conflicts of laws principles. Buyer
irrevocably agrees and consents to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the courts
of Cuyahoga County, Ohio with respect to any dispute, controversy or claim arising
out of or relating to this agreement.
18. Indemnity for Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights. Seller shall have no
liability for infringement of any patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade dress, trade secrets
or similar rights except as provided in this Section. Seller will defend and indemnify
Buyer against allegations of infringement of U.S. patents, U.S. trademarks, copyrights,
trade dress and trade secrets (“Intellectual Property Rights”). Seller will defend at its
expense and will pay the cost of any settlement or damages awarded in an action
brought against Buyer based on an allegation that a Product sold pursuant to this
Agreement infringes the Intellectual Property Rights of a third party. Seller’s obligation
to defend and indemnify Buyer is contingent on Buyer notifying Seller within ten (10)
days after Buyer becomes aware of such allegations of infringement, and Seller having
sole control over the defense of any allegations or actions including all negotiations
for settlement or compromise. If a Product is subject to a claim that it infringes
the Intellectual Property Rights of a third party, Seller may, at its sole expense
and option, procure for Buyer the right to continue using the Product, replace or
modify the Product so as to make it noninfringing, or offer to accept return of the
Product and return the purchase price less a reasonable allowance for depreciation.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller shall have no liability for claims of
infringement based on information provided by Buyer, or directed to Products delivered
hereunder for which the designs are specified in whole or part by Buyer, or
infringements resulting from the modification, combination or use in a system of any
Product sold hereunder.The foregoing provisions of this Section shall constitute Seller’s
sole and exclusive liability and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for infringement
of Intellectual Property Rights.
19. Entire Agreement. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the
Buyer and Seller and constitutes the final, complete and exclusive expression of the
terms of sale. All prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreements or negotiations
with respect to the subject matter are herein merged.
20. Compliance with Law, U. K. Bribery Act and U.S. Foreign
Corrupt Practices Act. Buyer agrees to comply with all applicable laws and
regulations, including both those of the United Kingdom and the United States of
America, and of the country or countries of the Territory in which Buyer may operate,
including without limitation the U. K. Bribery Act, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices
Act (“FCPA”) and the U.S. Anti-Kickback Act (the “Anti-Kickback Act”), and agrees to
indemnify and hold harmless Seller from the consequences of any violation of such
provisions by Buyer, its employees or agents. Buyer acknowledges that they are
familiar with the provisions of the U. K. Bribery Act, the FCPA and the Anti-Kickback
Act, and certifies that Buyer will adhere to the requirements thereof. In particular,
Buyer represents and agrees that Buyer shall not make any payment or give anything
of value, directly or indirectly to any governmental official, any foreign political party or
official thereof, any candidate for foreign political office, or any commercial entity or
person, for the purpose of influencing such person to purchase products or otherwise
benefit the business of Seller.
07/14
1. Terms and Conditions. Seller’s willingness to offer Products, or accept an order
for Products, to or from Buyer is subject to these Terms and Conditions or any newer
version of the terms and conditions found on-line at www.parker.com/saleterms/. Seller
objects to any contrary or additional terms or conditions of Buyer’s order or any other
document issued by Buyer.
2. Price Adjustments; Payments. Prices stated on Seller’s quote or other
documentation offered by Seller are valid for 30 days, and do not include any sales,
use, or other taxes unless specifically stated. Unless otherwise specified by Seller,
all prices are F.C.A. Seller’s facility (INCOTERMS 2010). Payment is subject to credit
approval and is due 30 days from the date of invoice or such other term as required by
Seller’s Credit Department, after which Buyer shall pay interest on any unpaid invoices
at the rate of 1.5% per month or the maximum allowable rate under applicable law.
3. Delivery Dates; Title and Risk; Shipment. All delivery dates are approximate and
Seller shall not be responsible for any damages resulting from any delay. Regardless
of the manner of shipment, title to any products and risk of loss or damage shall pass
to Buyer upon placement of the products with the shipment carrier at Seller’s facility.
Unless otherwise stated, Seller may exercise its judgment in choosing the carrier and
means of delivery. No deferment of shipment at Buyers’ request beyond the respective
dates indicated will be made except on terms that will indemnify, defend and hold
Seller harmless against all loss and additional expense. Buyer shall be responsible for
any additional shipping charges incurred by Seller due to Buyer’s acts or omissions.
4.Warranty. Seller warrants that all products sold, other than the 590 Series, conform to
the applicable Parker Chelsea standard specification for the lesser period of 2 years (24
Months) from date of service or 2-1/2 years (30 Months) from date of build (as marked on the
product name plate). Seller warrants that the 590 Series will conform to the applicable
Seller standard specification for the lesser period of 2 years (24 Months) from date of
service or 2000 hours of usage. The prices charged for Seller’s products are based
upon the exclusive limited warranty stated above, and upon the following disclaimer:
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY:THIS WARRANTY COMPRISESTHE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAININGTO PRODUCTS PROVIDED HEREUNDER. SELLER
DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS AND IMPLIED, INCLUDING
DESIGN, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
5. Claims; Commencement of Actions. Buyer shall promptly inspect all
Products upon delivery. No claims for shortages will be allowed unless reported to
the Seller within 10 days of delivery. No other claims against Seller will be allowed
unless asserted in writing within 30 days after delivery. Buyer shall notify Seller of
any alleged breach of warranty within 30 days after the date the defect is or should
have been discovered by Buyer. Any action based upon breach of this agreement
or upon any other claim arising out of this sale (other than an action by Seller for an
amount due on any invoice) must be commenced within 12 months from the date of
the breach without regard to the date breach is discovered.
6. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. UPON NOTIFICATION, SELLER WILL, AT ITS OPTION,
REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT, OR REFUND THE PURCHASE
PRICE. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO BUYER FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF, OR
AS THE RESULT OF, THE SALE, DELIVERY, NON-DELIVERY, SERVICING, USE
OR LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCTS OR ANY PART THEREOF, OR FOR ANY
CHARGES OR EXPENSES OF ANY NATURE INCURRED WITHOUT SELLER’S
WRITTEN CONSENT, EVEN IF SELLER HAS BEEN NEGLIGENT, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHER LEGAL THEORY. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER’S
LIABILITY UNDER ANY CLAIM MADE BY BUYER EXCEED THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE PRODUCTS.
7. User Responsibility. The user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely
responsible for making the final selection of the system and Product and assuring that
all performance, endurance, maintenance, safety and warning requirements of the
application are met. The user must analyze all aspects of the application and
follow applicable industry standards and Product information. If Seller provides
Product or system options, the user is responsible for determining that such data
and specifications are suitable and sufficient for all applications and reasonably
foreseeable uses of the Products or systems.
8. Loss to Buyer’s Property. Any designs, tools, patterns, materials, drawings,
confidential information or equipment furnished by Buyer or any other items which
become Buyer’s property, will be considered obsolete and may be destroyed by
Seller after two consecutive years have elapsed without Buyer ordering the items
manufactured using such property. Seller shall not be responsible for any loss or
damage to such property while it is in Seller’s possession or control.
9. Special Tooling. A tooling charge may be imposed for any special tooling,
including without limitation, dies, fixtures, molds and patterns, acquired to
manufacture Products. Such special tooling shall be and remain Seller’s property
notwithstanding payment of any charges by Buyer. In no event will Buyer acquire
any interest in apparatus belonging to Seller which is utilized in the manufacture of
the Products, even if such apparatus has been specially converted or adapted for
such manufacture and notwithstanding any charges paid by Buyer. Unless otherwise
agreed, Seller shall have the right to alter, discard or otherwise dispose of any special
tooling or other property in its sole discretion at any time.
10. Buyer’s Obligation; Rights of Seller. To secure payment of all sums
due or otherwise, Seller shall retain a security interest in the goods delivered and this
agreement shall be deemed a Security Agreement under the Uniform Commercial
Code. Buyer authorizes Seller as its attorney to execute and file on Buyer’s behalf all
documents Seller deems necessary to perfect its security interest.
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Chelsea Products Division
Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
Parker Worldwide
Europe, Middle East, Africa
AE – United Arab Emirates,
Dubai
Tel: +971 4 8127100
parker.me@parker.com
AT – Austria, Wiener Neustadt
Tel: +43 (0)2622 23501-0
parker.austria@parker.com
AT – Eastern Europe, Wiener
Neustadt
Tel: +43 (0)2622 23501 900
parker.easteurope@parker.com
AZ – Azerbaijan, Baku
Tel: +994 50 22 33 458
parker.azerbaijan@parker.com
BE/LU – Belgium, Nivelles
Tel: +32 (0)67 280 900
parker.belgium@parker.com
BG – Bulgaria, Sofia
Tel: +359 2 980 1344
parker.bulgaria@parker.com
BY – Belarus, Minsk
Tel: +375 17 209 9399
parker.belarus@parker.com
CH – Switzerland, Etoy
Tel: +41 (0)21 821 87 00
parker.switzerland@parker.com
CZ – Czech Republic, Klecany
Tel: +420 284 083 111
parker.czechrepublic@parker.com
DE – Germany, Kaarst
Tel: +49 (0)2131 4016 0
parker.germany@parker.com
DK – Denmark, Ballerup
Tel: +45 43 56 04 00
parker.denmark@parker.com
ES – Spain, Madrid
Tel: +34 902 330 001
parker.spain@parker.com
FI – Finland, Vantaa
Tel: +358 (0)20 753 2500
parker.finland@parker.com
FR – France, Contamine s/Arve
Tel: +33 (0)4 50 25 80 25
parker.france@parker.com
GR – Greece, Athens
Tel: +30 210 933 6450
parker.greece@parker.com
HU – Hungary, Budaoers
Tel: +36 23 885 470
parker.hungary@parker.com
IE – Ireland, Dublin
Tel: +353 (0)1 466 6370
parker.ireland@parker.com
IT – Italy, Corisico (MI)
Tel: +39 02 45 19 21
parker.italy@parker.com
KZ – Kazakhstan, Almaty
Tel: +7 7273 561 000
parker.easteurope@parker.com
NL – The Netherlands, Oldenzaal
Tel: +31 (0)541 585 000
parker.nl@parker.com
NO – Norway, Asker
Tel: +47 66 75 34 00
parker.norway@parker.com
PL – Poland, Warsaw
Tel: +48 (0)22 573 24 00
parker.poland@parker.com
PT – Portugal, Leca de Palmeira
Tel: +351 22 999 7360
parker.portugal@parker.com
RO – Romania, Bucharest
Tel: +40 21 252 1382
parker.romania@parker.com
RU – Russia, Moscow
Tel: +7 495 645-2156
parker.russia@parker.com
SE – Sweden, Spånga
Tel: +46 (0)8 59 79 50 00
parker.sweden@parker.com
SK – Slovakia, Banská Bystrica
Tel: +421 484 162 252
parker.slovakia@parker.com
SL – Slovenia, Novo Mesto
Tel: +386 7 337 6650
parker.slovenia@parker.com
TR – Turkey, Istanbul
Tel: +90 216 4997081
parker.turkey@parker.com
UA – Ukraine, Kiev
Tel: +380 44 494 2731
parker.ukraine@parker.com
UK – United Kingdom, Warwick
Tel: +44 (0)1926 317 878
parker.uk@parker.com
ZA – South Africa, Kempton Park
Tel: +27 (0)11 961 0700
parker.southafrica@parker.com
North America
CA – Canada, Milton, Ontario
Tel: +1 905 693 3000
MX – Mexico, Toluca
Tel: +52 72 2275 4200
Asia Pacific
AU – Australia, Castle Hill
Tel: +61 (0)2-9634 7777
CN – China, Shanghai
Tel: +86 21 2899 5000
HK – Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2428 8008
IN – India, Mumbai
Tel: +91 22 6513 7081-85
JP – Japan, Fujisawa
Tel: +81 (0)4 6635 3050
KR – South Korea, Seoul
Tel: +82 2 559 0400
MY – Malaysia, Shah Alam
Tel: +60 3 7849 0800
NZ – New Zealand, Mt Wellington
Tel: +64 9 574 1744
SG – Singapore
Tel: +65 6887 6300
TH – Thailand, Bangkok
Tel: +662 717 8140
TW – Taiwan, New Taipei City
Tel: +886 2 2298 8987
South America
AR – Argentina, Buenos Aires
Tel: +54 3327 44 4129
BR – Brazil, Cachoeirinha RS
Tel: +55 51 3470 9144
CL – Chile, Santiago
Tel: +56 2 623 1216
Pan Am, Miami
Tel: +1 305-470-8800
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Chelsea Products Division
8225 Hacks Cross Road
Olive Branch, Mississippi 38654 USA
Tel: (662) 895-1011
Fax:(662) 895-1069
www.parker.com
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