BENDIX BW2849 User's Manual
Bendix™ VORAD® Collision Warning System
Troubleshooting Guide
Bendix™ VORAD® Collision Warning System
BW2849 (Formerly VOTS0030)
December 2011
EVT-300
Fault Isolation Procedures
General Warnings
Before starting a vehicle:
Suggested Tools
NEXIQ Technologies 1-800-639-6774 www.NEXIQ.com
1.
Sit in the driver’s seat.
Part No.
Description
2.
Place the vehicle in neutral.
104004
Pro-Link GRAPHIQ™
3.
Set the parking brake.
208040
Multi-Protocol Cartridge (MPC)
4.
Disengage the clutch.
804001
MPC Eaton System Software
501003A
Data Cable
405048
6- and 9-Pin Deutsch Diagnostic Adapter
125032
USB Link™ Vehicle Link Adapter
Before working on the vehicle or leaving the cab with the engine
running:
1.
Place the vehicle in neutral.
2.
Set the parking brake.
Bendix 1-800-AIR-BRAKE www.bendix.com
3.
Block the wheels.
Part No.
Description
ServiceRanger 2.8
PC-based Diagnostics
For EVT-300 specific ServiceRanger
questions call Bendix at
1-800-AIR-BRAKE
Do not operate the vehicle if the alternator lamp is lit or if the
gauges indicate low voltage.
Standard Commercial Product
Volt/OHM Meter (VOM)
Related Publications
For more information call 1-800-AIR-BRAKE in the U.S., Canada,
and Mexico.
Table of Contents
Diagnostic Procedure ........................................................ 1-1
Fault Code Retrieval and Clearing ..................................... 1-2
Fault Code Isolation Procedure Index................................ 1-3
Driving Techniques ............................................................ 1-4
Symptom-Driven Index ...................................................... 1-7
Section 2: Fault Isolation Procedures
Pretests
Electrical Pretest ............................................................... 2-1
Power-Up Sequence Test .................................................. 2-5
Component and System Codes
Component Code: 11, 12 (SID 254, FMI 4,12)
Central Processing Unit (CPU) ................................ 2-19
Component Code: 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12)
Driver Display Unit ................................................... 2-21
Component Code: 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
Antenna Assembly .................................................. 2-29
Component Code: 15 (SID 10, FMI 2)
Right Side Sensor ................................................... 2-37
Component Code: 16 (SID 11, FMI 2)
Left Side Sensor ...................................................... 2-43
Component Code: 21 (SID 7, FMI 2)
Right Turn Signal ..................................................... 2-49
Component Code: 22 (SID 8, FMI 2)
Left Turn Signal ....................................................... 2-53
Component Code: 23 (SID 3, FMI 2)
Brake Input Error ..................................................... 2-57
Component Code: 24 (SID 6, FMI 2)
Speed Input Error .................................................... 2-63
Component Code: 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12,14)
J-1939 Signal and Cruise Signal ............................. 2-67
Component Code: 31 (SID 250, FMI 2)
J-1587 Data Link ..................................................... 2-75
Component Code: 33 (SID 248, FMI 12)
VBUS ...................................................................... 2-81
Section 3: Symptom Isolation Procedures
Symptom Tests
Antenna Not Detecting Targets.......................................... 3-1
Antenna Target Detection Test .......................................... 3-2
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets ................................... 3-3
Side Sensor Detection Test ............................................... 3-4
Driver Card Not Reading ................................................. 3-11
Driver Detection Test ....................................................... 3-12
Appendix
VORAD® Wiring Diagram ..................................................A-1
Fault Code Tree .................................................................A-3
Table
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Contents
Section 1: Introduction
Fault Isolation Procedures
Diagnostic Procedure
Follow the flowchart below for all Bendix™ VORAD® system failures. Perform tests and procedures as directed by the flowchart.
Key On
Is the
Driver Display
Unit lamp lit?
(For Freightliner IDI,
skip this step.)
NO
• Perform Electrical Pretest
(page 2-1)
• Perform Power-up Sequence Test
(page 2-5)
YES
Retrieve Active Codes
(page 1-3)
Active
Codes?
YES
• Perform Electrical Pretest
(page 2-1)
• Refer to the Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index to select a fault
code isolation procedure (page 1-4)
NO
Retrieve Active Codes
(page 1-3)
• Perform Electrical Pretest (page 2-1)
Record and clear codes (page 1-3)
• Perform Driving Techniques to
Inactive
Codes?
YES
reproduce the inactive fault code
(page 1-5)
Refer to the Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index to select a fault
code isolation procedure (page 1-4)
NO
Symptom?
YES
• Perform Electrical Pretest
(page 2-1)
• Refer to the Symptom-Driven
Index to select a symptom isolation
procedure (page 1-8)
NO
Test Complete.
1-1
Fault Isolation Procedures
Fault Code Retrieval and Clearing
RETRIEVING FAULT CODES
Note: Retrieve Bendix™ VORAD® system fault codes by enabling
the VORAD system’s self-diagnostic mode.
You can also use a PC-based Service Tool, such as ServiceRanger
2.8, or a Pro-Link tool, to retrieve VORAD system fault codes.
Put the vehicle in neutral.
2.
Set the parking brake.
3.
To activate Failure Display Mode, press in and hold
the Driver Display Unit “VOLUME” knob while turning the
key on.
1.
Inactive fault codes must be cleared using a PC-based
Service Tool, such as ServiceRanger 2.8, or a Pro-Link
tool.
2.
Active fault codes change to inactive fault codes when
the fault has been corrected. Clear inactive fault codes.
3.
Turn key off and allow system to power down.
4.
Start vehicle and verify no fault codes reoccur.
Service Procedure
1.
CLEARING FAULT CODES
Note: For software versions 013 and higher, hold “VOLUME” knob
in for 8 seconds.
4.
Wait until the Driver Display Unit’s red “FAIL” indicator
light begins flashing two-digit fault codes and release
the volume knob. If no fault codes are found, the Driver
Display Unit will flash a code 41. At the conclusion of
flashing the fault codes, the system will flash a code 41.
5.
TO READ ACTIVE FAULT CODES: Position the Driver
Display Unit “RANGE” knob to the left of center and only
active codes will be sent to the “FAIL” indicator light.
6.
TO READ INACTIVE FAULT CODES: Position the Driver
Display Unit “RANGE” knob to the right of center and
only inactive codes will be sent to the “FAIL” indicator
light.
7.
Observe the sequence of flashes on the indicator lamp
and record the codes. A one to two second pause
separates each stored code, and at the conclusion of
flashing the fault codes, the system will flash a code 41.
The sequence automatically repeats after all codes have
been flashed.
1-2
Fault Isolation Procedures
Fault Code Isolation Procedure Index
Hand-Held Codes
Fault
Codes
SID
FMI
Description
Type of Code
Page Number
11, 12
254
4,12
Central Processing Unit
Component
2 - 19
13, 34
9
2,4,5,12
Driver Display Unit
Component
2 - 21
14, 35
1,2
2,12,14
Antenna Assembly
Component
2 - 29
15
10
2
Right Side Sensor
Component
2 - 37
16
11
2
Left Side Sensor
Component
2 - 43
21
7
2
Right Turn Signal
Component
2 - 49
22
8
2
Left Turn Signal
Component
2 - 53
23
3
2
Brake Input Signal
Component
2 - 57
24
6
2
Speed Input Signal
Component
2 - 63
25, 32
231
2,12,14
J-1939 Data Link Signal
System
2 - 67
31
250
2
J-1587 Data Link Signal
System
2 - 75
33
248
12
VBUS
Component
2 - 81
41
1-3
No Fault or End of Fault Codes
Fault Isolation Procedures
Driving Techniques
Hand-Held Codes
SID
FMI
Description
Type of Code
Driving Technique
11, 12
254
4,12
Central Processing Unit
Component
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
13, 34
9
2,4,5,12
Driver Display Unit
(Not applicable for
Freightliner IDI.)
Component
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
14, 35
1,2
2,12,14
Antenna
Component
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
15
10
2
Right Side Sensor
Component
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
16
11
2
Left Side Sensor
Component
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
Service Procedure
Fault
Codes
1-4
Fault Isolation Procedures
Hand-Held Codes
Fault
Codes
SID
FMI
Description
Type of Code
Driving Technique
21
7
2
Right Turn Signal
System
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
22
8
2
Left Turn Signal
System
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat and vibration.
23
3
2
Brake Input Signal
System
Key on. Apply service brake for
a minimum of 8 seconds. If the
fault is present, the system should
automatically detect the problem and
set the code. If the fault is not present at
key on, operate the vehicle and attempt
to duplicate the driving conditions
that triggered the fault code. Possible
triggers include heat and vibration.
24
6
2
Speed Input Signal
System
Select a forward gear and drive at a
steady speed no slower than 10 MPH.
It may be necessary to operate the
vehicle for a prolonged period of time
if the cause of failure is related to heat
and vibration.
25, 32
231
2,12,14
J-1939 Data Link Signal System
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat, vibration, and varying levels of
throttle demand. It may take up to 75
seconds to set this fault.
1-5
Fault Isolation Procedures
Hand-Held Codes
Fault
Codes
SID
FMI
Description
31
250
2
J-1587 Data Link Signal System
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat, vibration, and varying levels of
throttle demand. It may take up to 75
seconds to set this fault.
33
248
12
VBUS
Key on. If the fault is present, the
system should automatically detect the
problem and set the code. If the fault
is not present at key on, operate the
vehicle and attempt to duplicate the
driving conditions that triggered the
fault code. Possible triggers include
heat, vibration, and varying levels of
throttle demand. It may take up to 75
seconds to set this fault.
Component
Driving Technique
Service Procedure
41
Type of Code
No Fault or End of Fault
Codes
1-6
Fault Isolation Procedures
Symptom-Driving Index
Symptom
Isolation Procedure
Page Number
Antenna Not Detecting Targets
Antenna Not Detecting Targets
3-1
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets
3-3
Driver Card Not Reading
Driver Card Not Reading
3 - 11
1-7
Fault Isolation Procedures
Service Procedure
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1-8
Fault Isolation Procedures
Electrical Pretest
Overview
Required Tools
The pretest does not relate to any specific fault code, but must
be completed before performing Fault Code Isolation Table
procedures. The pretest verifies the basic electrical inputs before
testing individual circuits.
Detection
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Causes
There is no detection process specifically for the basic electrical
supply. However, failures of this type are generally detected by the
Bendix™ VORAD® system or the driver as some other type of fault
code or symptom.
Fallback
There is no fallback for the electrical pretest, however, it may affect
other systems.
Harness
2-1
•
This pretest can be used for any of the following:
•
Corroded Power Contacts
•
Blown Fuse
•
Wiring Harness
•
Low Batteries
Fault Isolation Procedures
Electrical Pretest
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Inspect starter/battery
connections for integrity.
3. Measure voltage across
battery.
If voltage is 11 to 13 volts
on a 12 volt system or 22 to
26 on a 24 volt system
If voltage is outside of
range
Go to Step B.
Repair or replace batteries and
charging system as required.
Repeat this step.
VOLT
V
COM
A
Electrical Pretest
2-2
Fault Isolation Procedures
Electrical Pretest, continued
Step B
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect negative (-) battery
cable.
3. Disconnect 32-way connector
from Central Processing Unit.
4. Measure resistance
between 32-way
connector pin C-2 and
ground.
D
If resistance is 0 to .5 ohms
Go to Step C.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair ground path for Bendix™
VORAD® system. Go to Step A.
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-3
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Electrical Pretest, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Connect negative (-) battery
cable.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage
between 32-way
connector pin C-1 and
C-2.
D
If voltage is within .6 volts
of battery voltage
Test complete.
If voltage is outside of
range
Repair power path for Bendix™
VORAD® system. Fuse may be blown.
Reconnect all connectors. Go to
Step A.
C
VOLT
1
2
Electrical Pretest
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-4
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test
Overview
Required Tools
A failure during the power-up self-check indicates a failure of the
Central Processing Unit.
Detection
The power-up self-check is performed automatically each time the
key is turned on. Turn the key on and watch the Driver Display Unit.
If lights on the Driver Display Unit remain on after 15 seconds, or
never come on, the self-check has failed. NOTE: Not applicable for
Freightliner IDI (Integrated Dash Interface).
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
Possible Causes
•
Central Processing Unit
•
Driver Display Unit
•
Vehicle Harness
Fallback
If self-check fails, the product can not perform any operations.
Harness
Driver
Display Unit
2-5
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Before performing this test, the
Electrical Pretest must pass.
2. Key on.
3. Observe the Driver
Display Unit.
If lights turn on the go off
after approximately 15
seconds
Test complete.
Note: Not applicable for
Freightliner IDI
Step B
If lights fail to turn on
Go to Step B.
If lights turn on and stay on
Go to Step C.
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key on.
2. Disconnect the 4-way connector
from the Driver Display Unit.
Note: Not applicable for
Freightliner IDI.
If voltage is between 7.0
and 7.5 volts
Go to Step C.
If voltage is outside of
range
Go to Step G.
Power-Up Sequence Test
3. Measure voltage
between pins C and D
on the Driver Display
Unit 4-way connector.
VOLT
D
C
B
A
V
COM
A
2-6
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D3
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin D.
If resistance between D3 and
pin D is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin D3
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step D.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Driver Display Unit and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D3
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
2-7
C
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
A
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D4
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin C.
If resistance between pin D4
and pin C is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D4
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step E.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Driver Display Unit and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D4
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
V
COM
A
GROUND
Power-Up Sequence Test
C
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
A
2-8
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin B.
If resistance between pin D5
and pin B is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin D5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step F.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Driver Display Unit and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
V
2-9
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
C
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
OHMS
4
5
D
C
1
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step F
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D6
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin A.
If resistance between pin D6
and pin A is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step G.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Driver Display Unit and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D6
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
V
COM
A
Power-Up Sequence Test
C
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
GROUND
A
2-10
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step G
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector and Front
Antenna 4-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C3
and Antenna
4-way connector
pin 4.
If resistance between pin C3 and
pin 4 is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin C3
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step H.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Antenna and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C3
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
OHMS
2
3
3
4
4
V
5
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
2-11
C
1
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step H
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C4
and Antenna
4-way connector
pin 3.
If resistance between pin C4
and pin 3 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C4
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step I.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Antenna and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector and pin C4
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
V
5
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
COM
A
GROUND
Power-Up Sequence Test
9
V
2-12
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step I
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C5
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 2.
If resistance between pin C5 and
pin 2 is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin C5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step J.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Antenna and the Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin
C5 and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
OHMS
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
2-13
C
1
2
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step J
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C6
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 1.
If resistance between pin C6
and pin 1 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step K.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness between
Antenna and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector and pin C6
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
4
2
3
V
COM
A
GROUND
Power-Up Sequence Test
9
1
OHMS
2
3
5
C
1
2-14
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step K
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect Central Processing Unit
32-way connector.
3. Connect spare Front Antenna
to 4-way connector.
4. Key on.
5. Check error codes.
2-15
If no error codes
Replace Antenna.
Go to Step V.
If error codes
Replace Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step L.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step L
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Connect spare Driver
Display to 4-way
connector.
3. Key on.
4. Check error codes.
If no error codes
Replace Driver Display Unit.
Go to Step V.
If error codes
Go to Step A.
Find error in testing.
Power-Up Sequence Test
2-16
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on page 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to set a code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 2.
Note: If problem still exists there
may be a software
compatibility problem.
Contact your Bendix
representative.
2-17
If no codes
Test complete.
If code appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 3.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Power-Up Sequence Test, continued
Power-Up Sequence Test
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 11, 12
(SID 254, FMI 4, 12)
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Overview
This fault indicates an internal failure of the Central Processing
Unit.
Detection
The Central Processing Unit checks the program memory every
time the key is turned on. If the Central Processing Unit is able to
detect a failure within its own memory, it sets these fault codes.
Required Tools
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Causes
•
Central Processing Unit
Fallback
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix™ VORAD® system.
Central
Processing Unit
2-19
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 11, 12 (SID 254, FMI 4, 12), Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Retrieve codes.
If code 11 is active
Replace Central Processing Unit.
If code 11 is inactive
Test complete.
Code 11, 12
(SID 254, FMI 4, 12)
2-20
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 13, 34
(SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12)
Driver Display Unit
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical failure of the Driver Display
Unit.
Detection
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Data Link Tester
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the communication with the
Driver Display Unit. If a communication fault occurs for more than
five seconds, fault code 13 is set.
Possible Causes
Fallback
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix™ VORAD® system.
Harness
Driver
Display Unit
2-21
•
OEM Harness
•
Driver Display Unit
•
Central Processing Unit
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Code 13, 34
(SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12)
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit
Action
1. Key off.
2. Using a PC-based or
Hand-held Diagnostic
Tool check for FMI
(Failure Mode Identifiers)
codes.
Note: If a diagnostic tool is not
available, go to Step B.
Step B
Procedure
If FMI 2, 4, or 5 exist
Go to Step B.
If FMI 12 exists
Replace Driver Display Unit.
Go to Step V.
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Unplug the Driver Display
Unit 4-way connector.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between
Driver Display Unit 4-way
connector pin D and pin C.
If voltage is 7.0 to 7.5 volts
Go to Step E.
If voltage is outside of range
Go to Step C.
VOLT
D
C
B
A
V
COM
A
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D3
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin D.
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D3
and ground.
If resistance between D3 and
D is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin D3
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step D.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
3
4
4
5
V
2-23
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
C
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
2
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Code 13, 34
(SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5,12)
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D4
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin C.
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D4
and ground.
If resistance between pin D4
and pin C is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D4
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
C
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
V
COM
A
GROUND
A
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin B.
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and ground.
If resistance between pin D5
and pin B is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step F.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
V
2-25
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
C
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
OHMS
4
5
D
C
1
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step F
Procedure
Condition
Code 13, 34
(SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12)
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
•
Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D6
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin A.
•
Central Processing
Unit pin D6 and
ground.
D
If resistance between pin D6
and pin A is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step G.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
C
D
OHMS
1
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
C
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
2
GROUND
A
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Step G
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Connect spare Driver
Display to 4-way
connector.
4. Key on.
5. Check error codes.
2-27
If no error codes
Replace Driver Display Unit.
Go to Step V.
If error codes
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Code 13, 34
(SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12)
Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI 2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display Unit, continued
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on
page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 13 or 34 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 13 or 34
appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on
page 1 - 3.
2-28
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 14, 35
(SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
Antenna Assembly
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates the Antenna and Central Processing Unit
are unable to communicate.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the communication with the
Antenna. If a communication fault occurs for more than 5 seconds,
fault code 14 is set.
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
Fallback
•
Antenna Assembly
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix™ VORAD® system.
•
OEM Harness
•
Central Processing Unit
•
Central Processing Unit / Antenna Software
Incompatibility
Antenna
Harness
2-29
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Using a PC-based or
Hand-held Diagnostic
Tool check for FMI
(Failure Mode Identifier)
codes.
Step B
Procedure
Go to Step B.
If FMI 12 exists
Go to Step B.
If FMI 14 exists
There may be a software
compatibility problem.
Contact your Bendix
representative.
Condition
Code 14, 35
(SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
Note: If a diagnostic tool is not
available, go to Step B.
If FMI 2 exists
Action
1. Key off.
2. Unplug the Antenna 4-way
connector.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between
Antenna 4-way connector
pin 3 and pin 4.
If voltage is 7.0 to 7.5 volts
Go to Step E.
If voltage is outside of range
Go to Step C.
VOLT
V
1
4
2
3
COM
A
2-30
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C3
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 4.
If resistance between C3 and
pin 4 is 0 to .3 ohms and if
resistance between pin C3
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step D.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C3
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
OHMS
2
3
3
4
4
V
5
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
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C
1
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
If resistance between pin C4
and pin 3 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C4
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
Code 14, 35
(SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C4
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 3.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C4
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
V
5
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
V
COM
A
GROUND
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C5
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 2.
If resistance between pin C5
and pin 2 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step F.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and the Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector and pin C5
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
OHMS
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
2-33
C
1
2
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step F
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
If resistance between pin C6
and pin 1 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step G.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
Code 14, 35
(SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C6
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 1.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C6
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
OHMS
2
3
5
C
1
V
COM
A
GROUND
2-34
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step G
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Connect spare Antenna
to 4-way connector.
4. Key on.
5. Check error codes.
2-35
If no error codes
Replace Antenna.
Go to Step V.
If error codes
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14) Antenna, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
Code 14, 35
(SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12, 14)
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on page
1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
Note: If problem still exists there
may be a software
compatibility problem.
Contact your Bendix
representative.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 14 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 14 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
2-36
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 15
(SID 10, FMI 2)
Right Side Sensor
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical failure of the Right Side
Sensor.
Detection
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the feedback from the Right
Side Sensor.
Possible Causes
Fallback
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
This fault will not allow the Bendix™ VORAD® system to detect
objects on the right side of the vehicle.
•
Wiring Harness
•
Right Side Sensor
•
Central Processing Unit
•
System Configuration
Right
Side Sensor
Harness
2-37
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 15 (SID 10, FMI 2) Right Side Sensor
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Is vehicle equipped with a
Right Side Sensor?
Step B
If the vehicle has a Right Side
Sensor
Go to Step B.
If the vehicle does not have a
Right Side Sensor
The Central Processing Unit
has been programmed for a
Right Side Sensor. With a
PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool, place the
Right Side Sensor option in
“NO” position. Go to Step V.
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
Code 15
(SID 10, FMI 2)
2. Disconnect 3-way stub connector at
the Right Side Sensor.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between:
• Pins A and B.
If voltage between pins A
and B is 1.8 to 2.5 volts and
• Pins A and C.
If voltage between pins A
and C is 7.0 to 7.5 volts
Replace Right Side Sensor.
Go to Step V.
If voltage is outside of range
Go to Step C.
VOLT
V
B
A
C
COM
VOLT
A
V
B
COM
A
A
C
2-38
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 15 (SID 10, FMI 2) Right Side Sensor, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin C12
and 3-way pin C.
• 32-way pin C12
and ground.
If resistance between C12
and pin C is 0 to 0.3 ohms
and if resistance between
pin C12 and ground is more
than 10K ohms or open
circuit [OL]
Go to Step D.
If resistance is outside
of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Right Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
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V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
A
C
OHMS
2
3
B
C
1
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 15 (SID 10, FMI 2) Right Side Sensor, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing Unit
32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin C13 and
3-way pin B.
• 32-way pin C13
and ground.
If resistance between pin C13
and pin B is 0 to 0.3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C13
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step E.
If resistance is outside
of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Right Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
C
D
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
Code 15
(SID 10, FMI 2)
D
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
GROUND
A
C
2-40
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 15 (SID 10, FMI 2) Right Side Sensor, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin C14
and 3-way pin A.
• 32-way pin C14
and ground.
If resistance between C14
and pin A is 0 to 0.3 ohms
and if resistance between
pin C14 and ground is more
than 10K ohms or open
circuit [OL]
Replace Central processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
If resistance is outside
of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Right Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
OHMS
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
A
C
2-41
C
1
2
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 15 (SID 10, FMI 2) Right Side Sensor, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on
page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
Test complete.
If code 15 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 15 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
Code 15
(SID 10, FMI 2)
If no codes
2-42
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 16
(SID 11, FMI 2)
Left Side Sensor
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical failure of the Left Side Sensor.
•
Basic Hand Tools
Detection
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the feedback from the Left
Side Sensor.
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Fallback
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
This fault will not allow the Bendix™ VORAD® system to detect
objects on the left side of the vehicle.
•
Wiring Harness
•
Left Side Sensor
•
Central Processing Unit
•
System Configuration
Harness
Central
Processing Unit
Left
Side Sensor
2-43
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 16 (SID 11, FMI 2) Left Side Sensor
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Is vehicle equipped with a
Left Side Sensor?
Step B
If the vehicle has a Left Side
Sensor
Go to Step B.
If the vehicle does not have a
Left Side Sensor
The Central Processing Unit
has been programmed for a
Left Side Sensor. With a
PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool, place the
Left Side Sensor option in
“NO” position. Go to Step V.
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect 3-way stub connector
at the Left Side Sensor.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between:
• Pins A and B.
If voltage between pins A
and B is 1.8 to 2.5 volts and
• Pins A and C.
Replace Left Side Sensor.
Go to Step V.
If voltage is outside of range
Go to Step C.
VOLT
V
B
A
C
COM
Code 16
(SID 11, FMI 2)
If voltage between pins A
and C is 7 to 7.5 volts
VOLT
A
V
B
COM
A
A
C
2-44
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 16 (SID 11, FMI 2) Left Side Sensor, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin D12
and 3-way pin C.
• 32-way pin D12
and ground.
If resistance between D12
and pin C is 0 to 0.3 ohms
and if resistance between
pin D12 and ground is more
than 10K ohms or open
circuit [OL]
Go to Step D.
If resistance is out of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Left Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
2-45
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
A
C
OHMS
2
3
B
C
1
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 16 (SID 11, FMI 2) Left Side Sensor, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin D13 and
3-way pin B.
• 32-way pin D13
and ground.
If resistance between D13
and pin B is 0 to 0.3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D13
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step E.
If resistance is out of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Left Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
V
COM
A
GROUND
Code 16
(SID 11, FMI 2)
B
A
C
2-46
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 16 (SID 11, FMI 2) Left Side Sensor, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin D14
and 3-way pin A.
• 32-way pin D14
and ground.
If resistance between D14
and pin A is 0 to 0.3 ohms
and if resistance between
pin D14 and ground is more
than 10K ohms or open
circuit [OL]
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If resistance is out of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Left Side Sensor and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
2-47
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
A
C
OHMS
2
3
B
C
1
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 16 (SID 11, FMI 2) Left Side Sensor, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on
page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 16 appears
Return to Step A to find error in
testing.
If code other than 16 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation Procedure
Index” on page 1 - 3.
Code 16
(SID 11, FMI 2)
2-48
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 21
(SID 7, FMI 2)
Right Turn Signal
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical problem in the right turn
signal input. The input from the right turn signal did not match the
current operating conditions.
• Basic Hand Tools
• Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
• Troubleshooting Guide
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the feedback from the right
turn signal.
• PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
Fallback
• Central Processing Unit
™
®
This fault will not allow the Bendix VORAD system to detect
objects when the operator is making a right turn.
• OEM Harness
• Right Turn Signal
Harness
2-49
Right
Turn Signal
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 21 (SID 7, FMI 2) Right Turn Signal
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Is the vehicle equipped
with a Right Side Sensor?
Step B
Procedure
If equipped with a Right
Side Sensor
Go to Step B.
If not equipped with a
Right Side Sensor
The Central Processing Unit
has been programmed for a
Right Side Sensor. With a
PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool, place the
Right Side Sensor option in
“NO” position. Go to Step V.
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect the 32-way Central
Processing Unit connector.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between
Central Processing Unit
32-way connector pin C2
and C15.
Note: Do not short pins while
performing measurement.
If voltage is below .5 volts
Go to Step C.
If voltage is outside or range
Repair OEM wiring harness as
required. Go to Step V.
C
D
VOLT
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Code 21
(SID 7, FMI 2)
2-50
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 21 (SID 7, FMI 2) Right Turn Signal, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Turn on right turn signal.
3. Measure voltage between
Central Processing Unit
32-way connector pins
C2 and C15.
If voltage flashes within 2
volts of battery voltage
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If voltage is outside of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
as required. Go to Step V.
C
D
VOLT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-51
V
COM
A
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 21 (SID 7, FMI 2) Right Turn Signal, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on
page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 21 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 21 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation Procedure
Index” on page 1 - 3.
Code 21
(SID 7, FMI 2)
2-52
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 22
(SID 8, FMI 2)
Left Turn Signal
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical problem in the left turn signal
input. The input from the left turn signal did not match the current
operating conditions.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the feedback from the left turn
signal.
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
Fallback
™
®
This fault will not allow the Bendix VORAD system to detect
objects when the operator is making a left turn.
•
Central Processing Unit
•
OEM Harness
•
Left Turn Signal
Harness
Left
Turn Signal
2-53
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 22 (SID 8, FMI 2) Left Turn Signal
Procedure
Condition
Code 22
(SID 8, FMI 2)
Step A
Action
1. Key off.
2. Is the vehicle equipped
with a Left Side Sensor?
Step B
Procedure
If equipped with a Left
Side Sensor
Go to Step B.
If not equipped with a
Left Side Sensor
The Central Processing Unit
has been programmed for a
Left Side Sensor. With a
PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool, place the
Left Side Sensor option in
“NO” position. Go to Step V.
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect the 32-way Central
Processing Unit connector.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage between
Central Processing Unit
32-way connector pin D15
and C2.
Note: Do not short pins while
performing measurement.
If voltage is below .5 volts
Go to Step C.
If voltage is outside of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
as required. Go to Step V.
C
D
VOLT
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-54
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 22 (SID 8, FMI 2) Left Turn Signal, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Turn on left turn signal.
3. Measure voltage between
Central Processing Unit
32-way connector pins
D15 and C2.
If voltage measures within 2
volts of battery voltage
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If voltage is outside of range
Repair OEM wiring harness
as required. Go to Step V.
C
D
VOLT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-55
V
COM
A
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 22 (SID 8, FMI 2) Left Turn Signal, continued
Procedure
Condition
Code 22
(SID 8, FMI 2)
Step V
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on
page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 22 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 22 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation Procedure
Index” on page 1 - 3.
2-56
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 23
(SID 3, FMI 2)
Brake Input Error
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical problem in the brake input.
The signal from the bake pedal, J-1939, or J-1587 data link, did not
match the current operating conditions.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Bendix™
VORAD® system Central Processing Unit constantly measures this
circuit. A failure mode of short to battery, short to ground, open
circuit, or bad data is detected.
Fallback
This fault causes a failure of the VORAD system.
Harness
2-57
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
•
Central Processing Unit
•
OEM Harness
•
Engine ECU
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 23 (SID 3, FMI 2) Brake Input Error
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Verify the vehicle brake
lights are working
correctly.
If the brake lights are
working correctly
Go to Step B.
If the brake lights are not
working correctly
Repair vehicle brake lights.
Go to Step V.
Code 23
(SID 3, FMI 2)
Step B
Procedure
1. Using a PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool verify vehicle
brake configuration.
Condition
Action
If configuration is set to Discrete
Go to Step C.
If vehicle uses J-1939 or J-1587
configuration
Repair OEM wiring harness
J-1587 or J-1939 data link
may not be connected to the
VORAD system. Go to Step V.
If vehicle uses LED brake lights
Contact a Bendix representative for
proper configuration.
Note: VORAD must use either J-1939
or J-1587 to receive brake
signal when LED tail lights are
used on a vehicle.
2-58
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 23 (SID 3, FMI 2) Brake Input Error, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Check pin C9 on 32-way
connector.
If there is a wire in C9
Go to Step D.
If there is not a wire in C9
Go to Step E.
D
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-59
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 23 (SID 3, FMI 2) Brake Input Error, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Depress brake pedal.
3. Measure voltage between
Central Processing Unit
pins C9 and C2.
If voltage is within 1 volt of
battery voltage
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If voltage is outside of range
Repair OEM wiring harness as
necessary. Go to Step V.
Code 23
(SID 3, FMI 2)
D
C
VOLT
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect Central Processing Unit
32-way connector.
3. Connect a PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool.
4. Key on.
5. Perform brake test to
verify correct signal is
received when brake
pedal is depressed.
If correct signal is received
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If correct signal is not
received
Repair OEM wiring harness.
J-1587 or J-1939 data link
may not be connected to the
Bendix™ VORAD® system.
Go to Step V.
2-60
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 23 (SID 3, FMI 2) Brake Input Error, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on page
1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
2-61
If no codes appear
Test complete.
If code 23 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 23 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 23 (SID 3, FMI 2) Brake Input Error, continued
Code 23
(SID 3, FMI 2)
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2-62
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 24
(SID 6, FMI 2)
Speed Input Error
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates an electrical problem in the speed source.
The signal from the road speed source did not match the current
operating conditions.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the feedback from the road
speed source. If the feedback is out of range the fault code is set.
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
Fallback
™
®
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix VORAD system.
Harness
2-63
•
Central Processing Unit
•
OEM Harness
•
Speed Sensor
•
J-1939 or J-1587
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 24 (SID 6, FMI 2) Speed Input Error
Step A
Procedure
1. Using a PC-based or
Hand-held Diagnostic
Tool verify vehicle speed
configuration.
Condition
Action
If configuration is set to Discrete
Go to Step B.
If vehicle uses J-1939 or
J-1587 configuration
Step B
Procedure
Repair OEM wiring harness.
J-1587 or J-1939 data link
may not be connected to the
Bendix™ VORAD® system.
Go to Step V.
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
Note: If 32-way connector does not
have pins in C10 and C11,
recheck vehicle configuration
for speed source. This test is
used for discrete installations
only.
3. Measure resistance
between Central
Processing Unit pins C10
and C11.
If resistance is 2 to 4K ohms
Go to Step C.
If resistance is outside of range
Go to Step D.
Code 24
(SID 6, FMI 2)
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-64
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 24 (SID 6, FMI 2) Speed Input Error, continued
Step C
Procedure
1. Measure resistance
between Central
Processing Unit 32-way
connector pin C10 and
ground.
Condition
Action
If resistance is more than
10K ohms or open circuit
[OL]
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If resistance is less than 10K
ohms
Go to Step D.
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
GROUND
12
13
14
15
16
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Disconnect VORAD harness from
speed source.
2. Measure resistance
between speed sensor
pins A and B.
If resistance is 2 to 4K ohms
Go to Step E.
If resistance is outside of
range
Replace speed sensor.
Go to Step V.
OHMS
A
B
V
2-65
COM
A
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 24 (SID 6, FMI 2) Speed Input Error, continued
Step E
Procedure
1. Measure resistance
between speed sensor A
and ground.
Condition
Action
If resistance is more than
10K ohms or open circuit
[OL]
Repair the OEM wiring harness.
Go to Step V.
If resistance is less than 10K
ohms
Replace speed sensor.
Go to Step V.
OHMS
A
B
V
COM
A
GROUND
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
Code 24
(SID 6, FMI 2)
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault
Code Retrieval and Clearing”
on page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
If no codes
Test complete.
If code 24 appears
Return to Step A to find error in
testing.
If code other than 24 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 25, 32
(SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14)
J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates that VORAD failed to communicate with
the engine over the J-1939 data link.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the VORAD
Central Processing Unit constantly monitors the communication
with the engine ECU. If a communication fault occurs for more than
5 seconds, this fault is set.
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Data Link Tester
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
Fallback
™
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix
SmartCruise® option.
®
VORAD system
Central
Processing Unit
•
J-1939 Data Link
•
Engine ECU
•
Central Processing Unit
Engine ECM
UP
EATONVORAD
T E C H N O I O G I E S
EVT-300 COLLISION WARNING RADAR SYSTEM
EATONVORAD
T E C H N O I O G I E S
Eaton VORAD Collision Warning System
WARNING: READ DRIVER REFERENCE MANUAL PRIOR TO USE.
Model EVT-300, Forward Sensor Ferq. 24725 MHz
US Pantent Numbers 4,916,450; 5,181,038; 5,189,426; 5,280,288
Canadian Patent Numbers 1, 293,791 and other patents pending
1997 Eaton VORAD Technologies all rights reserved.
FCC ID: I3LEVT300
"CANADA" 2035102915
This device is sold under waiver of Canada and FCC Industry rules.
Any interference that may be caused should be reported to
your local FCC Feild Office or to the Federal Communications
Commission; Field Operations Bureau; 1919 W. St. NW;
Room 734, Mail Stop 1500; Washington, D.C. 20554-0001.
Manufactured by EATON VOARD Technologies, San Diego, California
Made in U.S.A.
Terminating
resistor
J-1939/11 data link
(OEM supplied)
Shield
termination
+
2-67
_
Terminating
resistor
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect the VORAD Central
Processing Unit 32-way
connector.
3. Disconnect engine ECU connector
which contains the J-1939 data
link.
4. Measure resistance between:
• Bendix™ VORAD®
system Central
Processing Unit
32-way connector pin
D7 and engine ECU
pin # (see engine
OEM for pin
location).
• VORAD system Central
Processing Unit
32-way pin D7 and
ground.
D
If resistance between pin D7
and engine ECU pin is 0 to .3
ohms and if resistance
between pin D7 and ground
is more than 10K ohms or
open circuit [OL]
Go to Step B.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair J-1939 data link wiring
harness between engine ECU
and VORAD system. Go to Step V.
C
OHMS
1
2
Code 25, 32
(SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14)
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
SEE ENGINE OEM
FOR PIN LOCATION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
GROUND
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Step B
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• The Bendix™ VORAD®
system Central
Processing Unit
32-way connector pin
D8 and engine ECU
pin # (see engine
OEM for pin
location).
• VORAD system
Central Processing
Unit 32-way pin D8
and ground.
D
If resistance between pin D8
and engine ECU pin is 0 to .3
ohms and if resistance
between pin D8 and ground
is more than 10K ohms or
open circuit [OL]
If equipped with J-1939-Lite, go
to Step D. If not equipped with
J-1939-Lite, go to Step C.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair J-1939 data link wiring
harness between engine ECU
and VORAD system. Go to Step V.
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
SEE ENGINE OEM
FOR PIN LOCATION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-69
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance
between the Bendix™
VORAD® system
Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector
pin D9 and engine
ECU pin # (see
engine OEM for
pin location).
D
If resistance between pin D9
and engine ECU pin is 0 to .3
ohms
Go to Step D. (If working on a
Mack engine, go to Step E.)
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair J-1939 data link
wiring harness between
engine ECU and VORAD
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
SEE ENGINE OEM
FOR PIN LOCATION
11
12
13
14
15
16
Code 25, 32
(SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14)
2-70
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance
between the Bendix™
VORAD® system
32-way connector pin
D7 and pin D8.
Note: Make sure the volt/ohm
meter is on the proper scale.
(200 ohm scale)
If resistance between pin D7
and pin D8 is between 50 to
70 ohms
Go to Step E.
If resistance is more than
70 ohms
One or both of the terminating
resistors on the J-1939 data
link wiring harness are either
missing or out of range.
Repair J-1939 data link wiring
harness. Go to Step V.
If resistance is less than
50 ohms
Repair the J-1939 data link between
the engine ECU and VORAD system.
Go to Step V.
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-71
V
COM
A
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect engine ECU connector.
3. Install spare Bendix™ VORAD®
system EVT-300 CPU configured
same as replaced unit.
4. Key on.
If error codes
Problem exists with the
engine ECU. Repair
according to manufacturer’s
recommendations. Go to Step V.
If no error codes
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
Code 25, 32
(SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14)
2-72
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on page
1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
2-73
If no codes appear
Test complete.
If code 25 appears
Return to Step A to find
error in testing.
If code other than 25 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 25, 32 (SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14) J-1939 and Cruise Signal Error, continued
Code 25, 32
(SID 231, FMI 2, 12, 14)
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2-74
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 31
(SID 250, FMI 2)
J-1587 Data Link Error
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates the Bendix™ VORAD® system failed to
communicate with the engine over the J-1587 data link.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the VORAD
Central Processing Unit constantly monitors the communication
with the engine ECU. If a communication fault occurs for more than
2.5 seconds, this fault is set.
Fallback
This fault causes a failure of the VORAD system.
Connect to
Engine ECW
J1587 Data Link
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
•
Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
•
J-1587 Data Link
•
Engine ECU
•
Central Processing Unit
For VORAD
diagnostics
J CD
H
B
E
A
G
F
G
F
G
A
9-way
B
F
A
E
C
D
Harness
C
A
B
E
6-way
2-75
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 31 (SID 250, FMI 2) J-1587 Data Link Error
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect the Central
Processing Unit 32-way
connector.
3. Disconnect engine ECU connector
which contains the J-1587 data
link.
4. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C7
and engine ECU pin
# (see engine OEM
for pin location).
If resistance between pin C7
and engine ECU pin is 0 to .3
ohms and if resistance
between pin C7 and ground
is more than 10K ohms or
open circuit [OL]
Go to Step B.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair J-1587 data link wiring
harness between engine ECU
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way pin C7
and ground.
D
C
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
SEE ENGINE OEM
FOR PIN LOCATION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D
C
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
Code 31
(SID 250, FMI 2)
9
10
GROUND
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-76
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 31 (SID 250, FMI 2) J-1587 Data Link Error, continued
Step B
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C8
and engine ECU pin
# (see engine OEM
for pin location).
If resistance between pin C8
and engine ECU pin is 0 to .3
ohms and if resistance
between pin C8 and ground
is more than 10K ohms or
open circuit [OL]
Go to Step C.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair J-1587 data link wiring
harness between engine ECU
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way pin C8
and ground.
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
SEE ENGINE OEM
FOR PIN LOCATION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D
C
OHMS
1
2
3
4
5
V
COM
A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2-77
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 31 (SID 250, FMI 2) J-1587 Data Link Error, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Disconnect all data links to the
vehicle diagnostic connector,
leaving only the Bendix™ VORAD®
system connected.
4. Connect the ServiceRanger 2 with
RP1210 vehicle adapter to vehicle
diagnostic connector.
5. Key on.
If no communication errors
If communication errors
Problem exists with one or more other
vehicle components. Repair according
to manufacturer’s recommendations.
Go to Step V.
Replace Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
Code 31
(SID 250, FMI 2)
2-78
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 31 (SID 250, FMI 2) J-1587 Data Link Error, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing” on page
1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
2-79
If no codes appear
Test complete.
If code 31 appears
Return to Step A to find
error in testing.
If code other than 31 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 31 (SID 250, FMI 2) J-1587 Data Link Error, continued
Code 31
(SID 250, FMI 2)
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2-80
Fault Isolation Procedures
Component Code: 33
(SID 248, FMI 12)
VBUS Error
Overview
Required Tools
This fault code indicates the Antenna, Central Processing Unit,
and/or Driver Display Unit are unable to communicate.
Detection
Starting at key on and throughout the operation, the Central
Processing Unit constantly monitors the communication with the
Antenna and Driver Display Unit. If a communication fault occurs
for more than 5 seconds, fault code 33 is set.
Fallback
™
®
This fault causes a failure of the Bendix VORAD system.
Harness
Driver
Display Unit
2-81
•
Basic Hand Tools
•
Troubleshooting Guide
•
Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
•
OEM Harness
•
Antenna Assembly
•
Central Processing Unit
•
Driver Display Unit
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Code 33
(SID 245, FMI 12)
Code 33 (SID 248, FMI 12) VBUS Error
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect the Central
Processing Unit 32-way
connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C5
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 2.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector and pin
C5 and ground.
If resistance between pin C5
and pin 2 is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin C5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step B.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and the
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
GROUND
2-82
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 33 (SID 248, FMI 12) VBUS Error, continued
Step B
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin C6
and Antenna 4-way
connector pin 1.
If resistance between pin C6
and pin 1 is 0 to .3 and
if resistance between pin C6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step C.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Antenna and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way pin C6
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
2-83
4
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
1
4
2
3
OHMS
2
3
5
C
1
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Code 33
(SID 248, FMI 12)
Code 33 (SID 248, FMI 12) VBUS Error, continued
Action
1. Key off.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin B.
If resistance between pin D5
and pin B is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D5
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
Go to Step C.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D5
and ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
C
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
OHMS
4
5
D
C
1
GROUND
A
2-84
Fault Isolation Procedures
Code 33 (SID 248, FMI 12) VBUS Error, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• Central Processing
Unit 32-way
connector pin D6
and Driver Display
4-way connector
pin A.
If resistance between pin D6
and pin A is 0 to .3 ohms and
if resistance between pin D6
and ground is more than 10K
ohms or open circuit [OL]
See “Code 13, 34 (SID 9, FMI
2, 4, 5, 12) Driver Display
Unit” on page 22 and “Code
14, 35 (SID 1, 2, FMI 2, 12,
14) Antenna” on page 30 to
diagnose if Antenna or Driver
Display Unit is defective.
If any of the above conditions
are not met
Repair OEM wiring harness
between Driver Display Unit
and Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• Central Processing
Unit pin D6 and
ground.
D
C
D
OHMS
1
2
3
4
4
5
2-85
C
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
B
OHMS
2
3
D
C
1
A
V
COM
A
GROUND
Fault Isolation Procedures
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Code 33
(SID 248, FMI 12)
Code 33 (SID 248, FMI 12) VBUS Error, continued
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Key on.
4. Clear Codes. See “Fault Code
Retrieval and Clearing”
on page 1 - 2.
5. Use Driving Techniques to attempt
to reset the code. See “Driving
Techniques” on page 1 - 4.
6. Check for Codes. See
“Fault Code Retrieval and
Clearing” on page 1 - 2.
Note: If problem still exists there
may be a software
compatibility problem.
Contact your Bendix
representative.
If no codes appear
Test complete.
If code 33 appears
Return to Step A to find error
in testing.
If code other than 33 appears
See “Fault Code Isolation
Procedure Index” on page 1 - 3.
2-86
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Antenna Not Detecting Targets
Overview
This symptom driven test is performed when the Bendix™ VORAD®
system fails to detect objects properly.
Detection
Required Tools
•
The VORAD Central Processing Unit has no fault detection
capability for this symptom. The symptom is observed by the driver
when objects at 100 feet (30 m) or closer are not detected or no
headway or detect light is observed.
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault code can be caused by any of the following:
•
Front Antenna
Fallback
There is no fallback mode for this symptom. The Front Antenna will
not operate properly.
Antenna
Harness
3-1
Central
Processing Unit
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Antenna Not Detecting Targets
Step A
Procedure
1. Align the Antenna using
the Antenna Assembly
Alignment Procedure in
the Bendix™ VORAD® system
Service Manual (BW2863).
Step V
Procedure
1. Key on.
2. Drive vehicle to
determine whether the
complaint has been
repaired.
Action
Antenna is aligned properly
Go to Step V.
Antenna can not be aligned
properly
Replace Antenna.
Go to Step A.
Condition
If complaint has been
repaired
If complaint has not been
repaired
Antenna Target
Detection Test
Note: If fail light is on go to
the appropriate isolation
procedure.
Condition
Action
Test complete.
Return to Step A to find error in
testing.
3-2
Fault Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets
Overview
This symptom driven test is performed when the Bendix™ VORAD®
system fails to detect objects properly.
Detection
Required Tools
•
The VORAD Central Processing Unit has no fault detection
capability for this symptom. The symptom is observed by the driver
when objects at 2-10 feet (0.61-3 m) are not detected. The red light
also illuminates when the side sensor has failed.
Fallback
PC-based or Hand-held Diagnostic Tool
Possible Causes
This fault can be caused by any of the following:
•
Side Sensor
•
Faulty Wiring
There is no fallback mode for this symptom. The Side Sensor will
not operate properly.
Right
Side Sensor
Harness
3-3
Central
Processing Unit
Fault Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key on.
2. Using a PC-based or
Hand-held Diagnostic
Tool, confirm the
vehicle is configured for
a Left, Right, or Both
Side Sensor(s).
Step B
Procedure
If properly configured
Go to Step B.
If not properly configured
Using a PC-based or Hand-held
Diagnostic Tool, place the Side
Sensor option(s) in the “yes”
position. Go to Step V.
Condition
Action
1. Key on.
If the Side Sensor Display
indicates that a target is
detected
Test complete.
If the Side Sensor Display
does not indicate a target
is present
Go to Step C.
Side Sensor
Detection Test
2. Place a moving target 2
to 10 feet (0.61-3 m)
from but directly in
front of the Side
Sensor.
3-4
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Step C
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key on.
2. Disconnect 4-way connector at
the Side Sensor Display.
3. Key on.
4. Measure voltage
between pins 2 and 3.
V
4 3 2 1
3-5
COM
A
If voltage between pins 2
and 3 is 7.0 to 7.5 volts
Go to Step D.
If voltage is outside of range
Go to Step E.
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Step D
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key on.
2. Disconnect Central Processing
Unit 32-way connector.
3. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin C16
and 4-way pin 4.
If resistance between C16
and pin 4 is 0 to 0.3 ohms
Replace Side Sensor Display.
Go to Step V.
If resistance between C16
and ground is more than
10K ohms or open circuit
[OL]
Go to Step E.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair OEM harness between
Side Sensor Display and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
• 32-way pin C16
and ground.
D
C
OHMS
1
C
2
3
3
4
4
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
OHMS
1
2
5
Side Sensor
Detection Test
D
V
COM
A
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
GROUND
4 3 2 1
3-6
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Step E
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between:
• 32-way pin C14
and 4-way pin 3.
If resistance between C14
and pin 3 is 0 to 0.3 ohms
Go to Step V.
If resistance between C14
and ground is more than
10K ohms or open circuit
[OL]
Go to Step F.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair OEM harness between
Right Side Sensor Display and
Central Processing Unit.
Go to Step V.
• 32-way pin C14
and ground.
D
C
OHMS
1
OHMS
D
2
1
3
2
4
5
C
V
COM
A
3
6
4
7
5
8
6
9
7
10
8
11
9
12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
14
15
16
4 3 2 1
3-7
V
COM
A
GROUND
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Step F
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Measure resistance between.
• 32-way pin C12
and 4-way pin 2.
If resistance between C12
and pin 2 is 0 to 0.3 ohms and
• 32-way pin C12
and ground.
If resistance between C12
and ground is more than
10K ohms or open circuit
[OL]
Replace the Central Processing
Unit. Go to Step V.
If resistance is outside of
range
Repair OEM harness between
Side Sensor Display and Central
Processing Unit. Go to Step V.
D
C
OHMS
1
C
OHMS
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
Side Sensor
Detection Test
D
V
COM
A
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
V
COM
A
GROUND
4 3 2 1
3-8
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Step V
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Key off.
2. Reconnect all connectors.
3. Drive vehicle to
determine if all
complaints have been
corrected.
3-9
If complaint has been
repaired
Test complete.
If complaint has not been
repaired
Return to Step A to find error in
testing.
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Side Sensor Not Detecting Targets, continued
Side Sensor
Detection Test
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3-10
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Driver Card Not Reading
Overview
This symptom driven test is performed when the Bendix™ VORAD®
system fails to detect the Driver Card in the Driver Display Unit.
Detection
Required Tools
•
The VORAD Central Processing Unit will detect the Driver Card
when placed in the Driver Display Unit. The symptom is observed
by the driver when no read tones are heard from the Driver Display
Unit.
Fallback
New Driver Card
Possible Causes
This fault can be caused by any of the following:
•
Driver Display Unit
•
Faulty Card
There is no fallback mode for this symptom.
Harness
Driver
Display Unit
3-11
Central
Processing Unit
Symptom Isolation Procedures
Driver Card Not Reading
Step A
Procedure
Condition
Action
1. Insert Driver Card.
2. Was the card read by
the Driver Display Unit?
Step B
Procedure
1. Remove the existing card from
the Driver Display Unit.
2. Obtain a new card and
insert it into the Driver
Display Unit.
If the card was read by the
Driver Display Unit
Test complete.
If the card was not read by
the Driver Display Unit
Go to Step B.
Condition
If the card was read by the
Driver Display Unit
If the card was not read by
the Driver Display Unit
Action
Test complete.
Replace Driver Display Unit.
Driver Card
Detection Test
3-12
Appendix
Bendix™ VORAD® System Wiring Diagram
Optional
Side Sensor
Antenna Assembly
(Left/Rear)
Side Sensor
Antenna Assembly
(Right/Front)
Side Sensor
Display Assembly
(Left/Rear)
Side Sensor
Display Assembly
(Right/Front)
EATON
VORAD
EATON
VORAD
1
Not
Populated
432
1
Not
Populated
ACB
432
ACB
White
Red
Black
Dk Green
White
Red
Black
Dk Green
White
Black
Violet
Grey
Brown/White
Black/White
Dk Grn/Yellow
Grey/Black
Yellow
Green
Black
4 3 21
EVT-300 COLLISION WARNING RADAR SYSTEM
Eaton VORAD Collision Warning System
WARNING: READ DRIVER REFERENCE MANUAL PRIOR TO USE.
Model EVT-300, Forward Sensor Ferq. 24725 MHz
US Pantent Numbers 4,916,450; 5,181,038; 5,189,426; 5,280,288
Canadian Patent Numbers 1, 293,791 and other patents pending
Made in U.S.A.
1997 Eaton VORAD Technologies all rights reserved.
TOP
DCBA
This device is sold under waiver of Canada and FCC Industry rules.
Any interference that may be caused should be reported to
your local FCC Feild Office or to the Federal Communications
Commission; Field Operations Bureau; 1919 W. St. NW;
Room 734, Mail Stop 1500; Washington, D.C. 20554-0001.
ABC
FCC ID: I3LEVT300
"CANADA" 2035102915
Manufactured by EATON VOARD Technologies, San Diego, California
Terminating
resistor
ON
S/C
FAIL
+
Volume
Antenna Transmitter/Receiver
Assembly. Forward looking
A-1
Warning Level
+
Range
EATON VORAD
Driver Display Unit
Appendix
Central Processing Unit
UP
For VORAD
diagnostics
EATONVORAD
T E C H N O I O G I E S
Connect to
Engine ECM
J1587 Data Link
J CD
EVT-300 COLLISION WARNING RADAR SYSTEM
T E C H N O I O G I E S
H
Eaton VORAD Collision Warning System
WARNING: READ DRIVER REFERENCE MANUAL PRIOR TO USE.
Model EVT-300, Forward Sensor Ferq. 24725 MHz
US Pantent Numbers 4,916,450; 5,181,038; 5,189,426; 5,280,288
Canadian Patent Numbers 1, 293,791 and other patents pending
1997 Eaton VORAD Technologies all rights reserved.
EATONVORAD
B
E
A
FCC ID: I3LEVT300
"CANADA" 2035102915
This device is sold under waiver of Canada and FCC Industry rules.
Any interference that may be caused should be reported to
your local FCC Feild Office or to the Federal Communications
Commission; Field Operations Bureau; 1919 W. St. NW;
Room 734, Mail Stop 1500; Washington, D.C. 20554-0001.
G
F
Manufactured by EATON VOARD Technologies, San Diego, California
Made in U.S.A.
G
F
G
A
Ground Harness
Connect to Chassis
Ground
9-way
+12
volts
battery
B
F
A
E
C12
C13
C14
C16
D12
D13
D14
D16
C3
C4
C5
C6
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
Red
White
Black
Dk Green
Red
White
Black
Dk Green
White
Black
Violet
Grey
Brown/White
Black/White
Dk Grn/Yellow
Grey/Black
Yellow
Green
Black
C7
C8
Yellow
Blue
J-1587 data link
Red
C
D
C
A
B
Black
E
6-way
4 AMP fuse
(OEM: 5 AMP)
Ignition power (switched power)
run to main power lead that
feeds the ignition bus
C1
Red
C2
Black
C9
Orange
C15
Grey
Right Turn Signal Input
D15
Brown
Left Turn Signal Input
(Optional)
Ground Run to Cab Ground Stud
Brake Input (Optional)
Connect to Service Brakes
Engine ECM
J-1939/11 data link
(OEM supplied)
Shield
termination
+
_
Terminating
resistor
Battery
Ground
Wiring Diagram
C1: +12 volt switched from Ignition Switch
C2: Signal returns, grounds, and general OEM wiring
C3: 7.3 volts from CPU
C4: Ground wiring
C5: VBUSS +
C6: VBUSS C7: J-1587 Positive
C8: J-1587 Negative
C9: +12 volt from discrete brake source
C10: +12 volt from discrete speedometer source
C12: 7.3 volt from CPU
C13: Signals from primary side sensor
C14: Ground, return
C15: +12 volt from R Turn source
C16: Primary SSD Communication from CPU
D3: 7.3 volts to front antenna
D4: Front antenna ground, return
D5: VBUSS +
D6: VBUSS D7: J-1939 Positive
D8: J-1939 Negative
D9: J-1939 Shield
D12: 7.3 volts from CPU
D13: Signal from secondary side sensor
D14: Ground, return
D15: +12 volt from L turn source
D16: Optional secondary SSD Communication from CPU
A-2
A-3
1
2
3
11
12
4
25
28
29
30
31
23
24
27
26
34
36
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
32
33
35
8
10
7
9
5
6
19
20
45
0
17
18
15
16
14
13
22
46
47
11
11
11
11
11
12
13
13
13
13
13
34
34
34
34
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
35
35
35
15
16
21
22
23
24
25
25
--32
32
31
31
33
33
----
2 54
2 54
2 54
25 4
25 4
2 54
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
10
11
7
8
3
6
231
231
--231
231
25 0
250
24 8
248
----
12
4
12
12
12
12
2
5
5
5
4
12
2
2
2
2
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
14
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
14
2
--12
12
2
2
12
12
----
FMI
S /C
F/ C
SID
SW
104 - 108,109,010,011
254
9
2
10
11
7
8
3
6
231
25 0
24 8
13, 34
14, 35
15
16
21
22
23
24
25, 32
31
33
S ID
11, 12
F/ C
012+ S W
12
4
12
12
12
12
2
5
5
5
4
12
2
2
2
2
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
14
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
14
2
14
12
12
12
2
2
12
12
FMI
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
Comp
System
System
--System
System
System
System
Comp
Comp
----
S/C Lght
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
??
??
??
??
??
??
??
??
??
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
N/ C
N/ C
N/ C
N/ C
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
--Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
Of f
----
N/C = No Change
Notes
Update: 5/28/02
.
NVRAM
NVRAM BATTERY
EEPROM
Real-Time Clock
Gyro Turn Sensor
Cybercard
Driver Display Unit Reset Message
Driver Display Unit Volume
Driver Display Unit Range
Driver Display Unit Speaker
Driver Display Unit Speaker Driver
Driver Display Unit Power-on Message
Driver Display Unit ID Response Message
Driver Display Unit VBUS/IDI Communication Time-out
Driver Display Unit VBUS Time-out
Antenna Reset Message
Antenna ADC Interrupt
Antenna Transceiver Noise
Antenna Transceiver Modulation
Antenna Frequency Injection
Antenna SRAM Program
Antenna Azimuth Data
Antenna Frequency Data
CPU/Antenna Software Compatibility
Antenna Power-on Message
Antenna ID Response Message
Antenna VBUS Time-out
Right Side Sensor
Left Side Sensor
Right Turn Signal
Left Turn Signal
Brake Input
Speed Input
J-1939 ERC1 Message Received*
J-1939 EEC1 Message Received*
SmartCruise/Engine Compatibility*
Cruise Input *
J-1939 Hardware*
J-1939 Address Claim*
J-1587 Receive*
J-1587 Transmit*
VBUS Transmit
VBUS Receive
J-1939 CCVS Message Received
J-1587 Queues
VBUS Queues
* In these cases, the Freightliner dash will illuminate the fault light
J-1939
J-1587
VBUS
VBUS
J-1587
J-1939
Right SS
Left SS
Right TS
Left TS
Brake Input
Speed Input
F/ A
DDU
CPU
Description
Comp vs
System
Appendix
Fault Code Tree
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