Haldex L30041 Installation & Service Manual

Haldex L30041 Installation & Service Manual
Installation/Service Guide
PLC Select 1M -FFABS
PLC Select 2M -FFABS
2S/1M - 4S/2M PLC Select
Anti-Lock Braking Systems
L30041
Rev. 7 - /13
Innovative Vehicle Solutions
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Table of Contents
Section
Page
Table of Contents ................................................................
Safety & Important Notices .................................................
Wheel End Installation ........................................................
2S/1M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle) ....................................
2S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side) ....................................
4S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side) ....................................
4S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side) Lift Axle .......................
4S/2M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle) ....................................
4S/2M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle) Lift Axle ......................
PLC Select 1M System Components ....................................
PLC Select 2M System Components ....................................
PLC Select 1M (FFABS Valve) ‐ Overview .............................
PLC Select 2M (FFABS Valve) ‐ Overview .............................
PLC Select 1M (6‐Port Valve) ‐ Overview .............................
PLC Select 1M (2‐Port Valve) ‐ Overview .............................
Trailer Brake Control Valve ‐ Overview ................................
PLC Select 1M/2M FFABS Valve Orientation Overview .......
PLC Select 1M ‐ ABS Power Cord & Sensors ‐ Callout ..........
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Speed Sensor Cable Routing ...............
PLC Select 2M ‐ ABS Cable Connections ...............................
Notes ..... Notes ..... Notes ..... Notes ...................................
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Chassis End of Line Testing .................
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Road Testing ........................................
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Diagnostic Tools ..................................
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostic .........................
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Tire Scale Factor Chart ........................
PLC Select ‐ Troubleshooting ABS Warning Light ................
PLC Select ‐ Troubleshooting Diagnostic Codes ...................
SAE J1587/J1708 Fault Codes ..............................................
PLC Select Valve Solenoids ...................................................
Addresses and Phone Numbers ...........................................
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These manuals are available for download at (www.haldex.com).
L30041 ‐ PLC Select 1M/2M FFABS Systems
L20243 ‐ ABS Service Components Catalog
L31158W ‐ Info Center Instruction Manual ‐ (Web Only)
L31154W ‐ PC Diagnostic Instruction Manual ‐ (Web Only)
If you have any questions on these products or any of the Innovative Products offered by
Haldex Brake Products, please contact your local distributor for more complete details.
PLC Select 1M & 2M
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Safety & Important Notices
SAFETY NOTICE
This installation manual describes the correct installation procedures for the Haldex PLC Select 1M and
2M for Trailers/Dollies. The PLC Select 1M and 2M may be used with either “Drum or Disc Brakes”.
Care must be taken during each phase of the installation in order to ensure the system is installed
correctly.
Safety First!!!
Please follow your company’s safety procedures when you install this equipment. Be sure that you
understand all instructions before you begin.
Note: Remove all air pressure and electrical power from the brake system before beginning work.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The data listed herein is correct to the best of Haldex’s knowledge and belief, having been compiled
from reliable and official sources of information. However, HALDEX CAN NOT ASSUME ANY
RESPONSIBILITY for possible error or misapplication of the product. Final determination of the
suitability of the products for the use contemplated by the Buyer is the sole responsibility of the Buyer.
Haldex shall have no responsibility in connection with the suitability.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The description and specifications contained in this Installation/Service Manual are current at the time
of printing. Haldex Brake Products Corp. reserves the right to discontinue or modify its models and/or
procedure and to change specifications at any time without notices.
All Right Reserved
Material may only be reproduced with written permission of Haldex.
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PLC Select 1M & 2M
Wheel End Installation
The radial clocking position should be between
9 and 3 o’clock. While the ABS performance is
not affected with sensor location in the lower
half of the axle, the structural integrity of the
axle could be compromised.
12 o’clock
Note: The sensor block
should not interfere with
any wheel end hardware.
9 o’clock
3 o’clock
Sensor Blocks (7)
Axle
Sensor Block Allowable Placement
Exciter Ring
.156 ± .031
Sensor Block
Centerline (CL)
Sensor
No more than
.080 off center
(Above or Below)
The clearance between the block and
exciter ring should be 0.156 ± .031”. Any
deviation will result in a reduction of the
wheel speed sensor signal output.
Sensor Block Allowable Clearance
In general, the position of the wheel speed
sensor center axis to the exciter right surface
should be as close as possible to a 90° angle in
both directions. Any deviation will result in a
reduction of the wheel speed sensor signal
output.
Note: The sensor block is generally
welded to the axle. Refer to axle
manufacturer’s manual to ensure
that welding won’t affect structural
integrity.
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Axle Hub
Sensor Block is
normally welded
to axle housing.
Exciter Ring
± 2.5°
± 2.5°
Squareness
Center Line
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2S/1M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle)
Multi‐Axle Trailers (2‐6 Port Valve)
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensor (1A) should be installed on (Curb Side).
Sensor (1B) should be installed on (Road Side).
Single Axle
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
Make sure sensors are pushed firmly against the
exciter ring.
Note: For dollies and single axle trailers, Haldex
recommends “A8 ECU Configuration”.
Single Axle (Dolly)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
Legend
Air Hose Line
ABS Valve Cable
1B
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
1B
1B
1B
1A
Tri‐Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/1M ‐‐‐‐‐
1A
1B
1A
1B
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1A
1A
1A
PLC Select 1M & 2M
2S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side)
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Multi‐Axle Trailers (2‐6 Port Valve)
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensor (2A) should be installed on (Curb Side).
Sensor (2B) should be installed on (Road Side).
Make sure sensors are pushed firmly against the
exciter ring.
Note: The 2S/2M configuration does not offer
any meaningful performance benefit over a
2S/1M SLH‐A7 configuration and is not a
preferred system. To obtain additional
performance beyond a 2S/1M configuration,
Haldex recommends the use of a 4S/2M System.
Note: Any Non‐Sense axle can be utilized as a lift
axle.
Legend
Air Hose Line
ABS Valve Cable
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
2B
2B
2A
2B
2A
2B
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Tri‐Axle
(Air Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 2S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
2A
2A
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4S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side)
Multi‐Axle Trailers
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensors (3A, 2A) are installed on Curb Side.
Sensors (3B, 2B) are installed on Road Side
The yellow sensors must go with the Yellow ABS
Valve and the blue sensors must go with the
Blue ABS Valve.
Legend
Air Hose Line
ABS Valve Cable
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3B
3A
3B
3A
2B
2A
2B
2A
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Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3B
3A
2B
2A
Tri‐Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3B
3A
2B
2A
PLC Select 1M & 2M
4S/2M Configuration (Side‐By‐Side)
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Multi‐Axle Trailers
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensors (3A, 2A) are installed on Curb Side.
Sensors (3B, 2B) are installed on Road Side
Attention:
For 4S/2M (Side‐By‐Side)
Applications ‐ Sensors (S3A, S3B)
must be used for a sensed lift axle
The yellow sensors must go with the Yellow ABS
Valve and the blue sensors must go with the
Blue ABS Valve.
Note: At least one axle with sensors has to be
stationary on ground.
Lift Axle Control ‐ (Side‐By‐Side) Configurations
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Quad‐Axle
(Air Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
3B
3A
2B
2A
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
3B
3A
3B
3A
3B
3A
2B
2A
2B
2A
2B
2A
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
PLC Select 1M & 2M
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4S/2M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle)
Multi‐Axle Trailers
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensors (2A, 2B) are installed on Curb Side.
Sensors (3A, 3B) are installed on Road Side.
The yellow sensors must go with the Yellow ABS
Valve and the blue sensors must go with the
Blue ABS Valve.
Legend
Air Hose Line
ABS Valve Cable
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3A
2A
3A
2A
3B
2B
3B
2B
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Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3A
2A
3B
2B
Tri‐Axle
(Air Suspension)
Curb
Road
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
3A
2A
3B
2B
PLC Select 1M & 2M
4S/2M Configuration (Axle‐By‐Axle)
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
Multi‐Axle Trailers
Sensors should be installed on the least loaded
axle or unloaded axle that locks first.
Recommended locations are shown in figures.
Sensors (2A, 2B) are installed on Curb Side.
Sensors (3A, 3B) are installed on Road Side.
Attention:
For 4S/2M (Axle‐By‐Axle)
Applications ‐ Sensors (S2A, S3A)
must be used for a sensed lift axle
The yellow sensors must go with the Yellow ABS
Valve and the blue sensors must go with the
Blue ABS Valve.
Note: At least one axle with sensors has to be
stationary on ground.
Lift Axle Control ‐ (Axle‐By‐Axle) Configurations
Tandem Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tandem Axle
(Air Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Tri‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
Quad‐Axle
(Spring Suspension)
Road
Curb
‐‐‐‐‐ 4S/2M ‐‐‐‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
3A
2A
3A
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
3A
2A
3B
2B
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
2A
3A
2A
‐‐Lift Axle‐‐
3B
2B
PLC Select 1M & 2M
3B
2B
3B
2B
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PLC Select 1M System Components
“See Haldex Trailer ABS Service Components
Catalog (L20243) for additional information
on Haldex ABS Brake Products”
Additional Supplied Items
Haldex Supplied Items
FFABS Valve
(4‐Port)
ABS Relay
Valve
(6‐Port)
ABS Relay
Valve
(2‐Port)
Sensor Block Clip
ABS Light
90° Sensor Cable
Trailer ABS
Power Cable
Trailer Brake Control
Valve (TBCV) shown
or (RT4 Valve)
PLC Select 1M
Valves
Recommended Installation Aids
Haldex Diagnostic Tools
Software
Tie Strap
PLC PC Diagnostic
(PC Not Included)
Power Cable Clamp
Info Center
Optional
Sensor Hose Clip
DLA+PLC Adapter
7‐Way Diagnostic
Interface Cable
Power Cord Bracket
Page 10
Sensor Retainer Clip
PLC Select 1M & 2M
PLC Select 2M System Components
“See Haldex Trailer ABS Service Components
Catalog (L20243) for additional information
on Haldex ABS Brake Products”
Haldex Supplied Items
FFABS Valve
(4‐Port)
ABS Relay
Valve
(6‐Port)
Additional Supplied Items
Sensor Block Clip
ABS Light
90° Sensor Cable
Trailer ABS
Power Cable
ABS Relay
Valve
(2‐Port)
Solenoid Cable
Trailer Brake Control
Valve (TBCV) shown
or (RT4 Valve)
PLC Select 2M
Valves
Recommended Installation Aids
Haldex Diagnostic Tools
Software
Tie Strap
PLC PC Diagnostic
(PC Not Included)
Power Cable Clamp
Info Center
Optional
Sensor Hose Clip
DLA+PLC Adapter
7‐Way Diagnostic
Interface Cable
Power Cord Bracket
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Sensor Retainer Clip
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PLC Select 1M Valve ‐ Overview
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
9
1
2
3
7
4
4
5
8
6
6
PLC Select 1M ‐ FFABS Valve
Legend:
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reservoir Port 1/2” and 3/4” NPT
Spring Brake Exhaust Port
Solenoid
Service Brake Delivery Port (4)
Service Brake Exhaust Port
Spring Brake Delivery Port (4)
Service/Control Port
Emergency/Supply Port
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Tighten Nipple (Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Jam Nut (Torque 30 ft. lb.)
FFABS Valve is commonly used for Tandem Axle Trailers.
For Single Axle Trailers use (2) Service Brake Port.
All ports are 3/8” NPT Service and Delivery.
Reservoir port 1/2” and 3/4” NPT.
Service/Control and Emergency/Supply have a
serviceable “Filter Screen” (7 & 8) installed.
6. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use
liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
7. Do Not bottom out fittings it will damage FFABS Valve.
Black Exhaust Cover
indicates
“Service Brake Priority”
White Exhaust Cover
indicates
“Spring Brake Priority”
10
11
2
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2
PLC Select 1M & 2M
PLC Select 2M Valve ‐ Overview
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
9
1
2
3
7
4
4
5
8
6
6
PLC Select 2M ‐ FFABS Valve
Legend:
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reservoir Port 1/2” and 3/4” NPT
Spring Brake Exhaust Port
Solenoid
Service Brake Delivery Port (4)
Service Brake Exhaust Port
Spring Brake Delivery Port (4)
Service/Control Port
Emergency/Supply Port
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Tighten Nipple (Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Jam Nut (Torque 30 ft. lb.)
FFABS Valve is commonly used for Tandem Axle Trailers.
For Single Axle Trailers use (2) Service Brake Port.
All ports are 3/8” NPT Service and Delivery.
Reservoir port 1/2” and 3/4” NPT.
Service/Control and Emergency/Supply have a
serviceable “Filter Screen” (7 & 8) installed.
6. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use
liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
7. Do Not bottom out fittings it will damage FFABS Valve.
Black Exhaust Cover
indicates
“Service Brake Priority”
White Exhaust Cover
indicates
“Spring Brake Priority”
10
11
2
PLC Select 1M & 2M
2
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PLC Select 1M Valve ‐ Overview
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
6
4
3
1
2
2
5
PLC Select 1M ‐ 6‐Port ABS Relay Valve
Legend:
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reservoir Port 1/2” NPT
Service Brake Delivery Ports (6)
Service/Control Port
Solenoid
Service Brake Exhaust Port
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Requires heavy wall reservoir nipple.
All ports are 3/8” NPT except for reservoir port.
Do Not use teflon tape on fittings.
6‐Port ABS Relay Valve must face upward.
Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use
liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
Upward
6‐Port ABS Relay Valve
“Must Point Upward”
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Upward
Left Side View
PLC Select 1M & 2M
PLC Select 1M Valve ‐ Overview
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
6
4
3
1
2
2
5
PLC Select 1M ‐ 2‐Port ABS Relay Valve
Legend:
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reservoir Port 1/2” NPT
Service Brake Delivery Ports (2)
Service/Control Port
Solenoid
Service Brake Exhaust Port
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Requires heavy wall reservoir nipple.
All ports are 3/8” NPT except for reservoir port.
Do Not use teflon tape on fittings.
2‐Port ABS Relay Valve must face upward.
Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use
liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
Upward
2‐Port ABS Relay Valve
“Must Point Upward”
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Upward
Left Side View
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Trailer Brake Control Valve ‐ Overview
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
3
5
1
4
6
2
2
Trailer Brake Control Valve (TBCV)
Legend:
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Exhaust Port
Spring Brake Delivery Ports (4)
Service/Control Port
Reservoir Port 1/2” NPT
Emergency/Supply Port 3/8” NPT
Vent Hole
Requires heavy wall reservoir nipple.
All ports are 3/8” NPT except for reservoir port.
Do Not use teflon tape on fittings.
Trailer Brake Control Valve (TBCV) must face
upward.
5. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use
liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
6. Do Not bottom out fittings it will damage Trailer
Brake Control Valve (TBCV).
See page 17 (Items 1 and 2) for plastic threads.
7. Service/Control & Emergency/Supply ports have
a serviceable “filter screen” (3 & 5).
Upward
Upward
Trailer Brake Control Valve (TBCV)
“Must Point Upward”
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Left Side View
PLC Select 1M & 2M
PLC Select 1M/2M Valves ‐ Overview
Upward
Upward
Left Side View
Typical Tank Mounting Valve Orientation
1. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use liquid thread sealant sparingly on all fittings.
(Loctite PST565 or Equivalent)
2. For plastic ports, hand tighten fittings then rotate 1 to 1‐1/2 additional turns. The maximum torque
allowed is 210 in. lb.
3. Install valve nipple into reservoir port. Use 7/8” wrench to tighten the nipple.
4. Using a 1‐1/2” wrench tighten the jam nut to 30 ft. lb., while holding the nipple with a 7/8”
wrench. See detail below (No. 11).
Note: If frame mounted, follow the same procedure for Valve Orientation. Valve Solenoid on a 2‐Port
ABS Relay Valve, 6‐Port ABS Relay Valve, or FFABS Valve must be facing upward when the trailer is in
normal operation or service ABS performance could be affected.
Warning:
Proper installation Valve Orientation shown above; otherwise, warranty is VOID. Installation behind
the tank is recommended, facing the back of trailer.
Legend:
10. Tighten Nipple (Torque 50 ft. lb.)
11. Jam Nut (Torque 30 ft. lb.)
10
11
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Page 17
PLC Select 1M ‐ ABS Power Cord Call Out
PLC Select 1M
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
ABS Power Cord
ABS Modulator Valve
Solenoid Connector (DIN)
Sensor SA1 (Curb Side)
Sensor SB1 (Road Side)
Sensor Retainer Clip
Note: When installing and
servicing always apply small
amount of dielectric grease
to all electrical connections.
Note: Use Blue ECU Sensor Retainer
clip to hold Sensor SA1 and SB1 in
place.
Correct location of the wheel speed sensors at wheel ends is critical for proper ABS operation and
troubleshooting. The PLC Select 1M will adjust the braking pressure in response to the input from the
speed sensors. Incorrect installation or location of speed sensors, sensor block clips and exciter ring
will result in poor ABS performance or sensors crossed leading to incorrect diagnostic troubleshooting.
The figure above shows the correct power and speed sensor connections on the PLC Select 1M ECU.
Pin Out for ABS Power Cord
Pin #1 Ground (White)
Pin #7 Permanent (Blue)
Pin #4 Stoplight (Red)
SAE J560
B
A
E
D
C
“A” Stop Light (Red)
“B” Permanent (Blue)
“C” Not Used
“D” Trailer Light (Green/White)
“E” Ground (White)
Note: Federal Regulations mandate that new trailers, built after 03/01/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the Trailer ABS into the tractor for an In‐Cab Trailer ABS Lamp.
Option 1 is through Industry Standard “PLC4Trucks” Multiplexing (signal is carried on pin #7).
Haldex recommends that the Red, White, and Blue wires should be 12 AWG min.
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PLC Select 1M & 2M
PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Speed Sensor Cable Routing
Speed Sensor Cable
Hose Clip
Hose Clip
Air Hoses
8”‐ 10”
8”‐ 10”
Although it is possible to route cables along the axle, the preferred method is to route the speed sensor
cable along the air hoses between the ABS Valve and the Brake Actuators.
Do Not use tie straps to secure the speed sensor cable to air the hoses. Air hoses expand and can
damage wires. For a more reliable installation use sensor hose clips to secure speed sensor cables to
rubber air hoses. See above (Hose Clip).
Leave some slack in cables to accommodate movement between chassis components. Excess cable
Must Not be allowed to hang freely and must be bundled and attached to the chassis to prevent
damage due to vibration and abrasion.
Route speed sensor cable on the backside of axle housing to avoid damage from road debris.
Excess speed sensor cable may be taken up in either a “Short Bone” or a “Long Bone” arrangement and
secured with tie straps. Do Not coil the speed sensor cable into a loop smaller than 4” inches diameter.
Do Not over tighten the tie straps when the cable is coiled, as this could result in a cable failure.
Typical speed sensor cable
routing along air hose
Top View
Air Hose
Hose Clips
Short Cable
(Short Bone)
Wheel End Sensor
Speed Sensor Cable
Tie Strap
Exciter Ring
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Push up and attach
tie strap
Long Cable
(Long Bone)
Page 19
PLC Select 2M ‐ Cable Connection ‐ Callout
S3A ‐ S2A
PLC Select 2M
ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Modulator Valve Solenoid Cable
(Yellow Channel)
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
S2B ‐ S3B
ABS Power Cord
Modulator Valve Solenoid Cable
(Blue Channel) Remote Valve
Note: If 2S/1M is desired, use Sensors
(S2B and S3B). Use blanking plugs
in un‐used Sensor Connections.
Note: When installing and servicing
always apply small amount of dielectric
grease to all electrical connections.
Always ensure that ABS Power Cord
is locked into place.
Modulator Valve
Solenoid Cable
Cut‐away section
of Tab Locked into hole
Locking Tab
Locking Tab
Tab in position
Verify connection Locking Tab (shown above) is facing downward and secure.
If the Modulator Valve Solenoid Cable can be removed without releasing the
Locking Tab, verify connection orientation.
Correct location of the Speed Sensors at the Wheel Ends is critical for proper ABS Operation. Incorrect
installation or location of Speed Sensors and Exciter Rings will result in poor ABS Performance or
sensors crossed leading to incorrect Diagnostic Troubleshooting. The figure above shows the correct
power and speed sensor connections on the PLC Select 4S/2M ECU (Electronic Control Unit). See
Haldex Trailer ABS Service Components Catalog “L20243” for sensor extensions, if short sensors are
used.
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Notes
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Chassis End Of Line Testing
Trailer Testing
No Battery Charger
Test Equipment:
1. Use a 12 Volt DC Source (Never Use a battery charge, internal damage to the ECU will occur).
2 Power Cable with a Packard 5‐pin male connection and ABS Test Light attached.
3. Shop Air (100 ‐ 120 psi max.)
Chassis Test/End of Line ABS Check Procedure:
1. Charge the Emergency/Supply and Service/Control air systems.
2. Apply power source to 7‐Way receptacle (Pin 7‐Permanent Power).
3. The ABS Valve(s) should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of exhaust air from each
valve. The Yellow Channel (Remote Valve) should “blow down” first followed by the Blue Channel
(ECU Valve) (for a 2S/1M system the Red Channel Valve only).
4. The ABS Light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
5. Using an Info Center or PC Software verify correct sensor placement by spinning each wheel end
(one at a time). Reference to (Pages 4 ‐ 9) for correct placement (Axle‐By‐Axle or Side‐By‐Side).
Reference for Info Center Instructions Manual “L31158W”.
Reference for PC Diagnostic Instruction Manual “L31154W”.
6. When using a PC in conjunction with Haldex PC Diagnostics, information such as the name of the
inspector, the date inspected, or the trailer VIN can be stored in the ABS ECU (Electronic Control
Unit).
Note:
If the ABS Light never illuminates or stays illuminated during the ABS check. Reference
Troubleshooting Section on (Page 33) of this manual.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Road Testing
Road Testing Procedure:
1. Connect a tractor to the trailer and charge the trailer’s air tanks (100 ‐ 120 psi).
2. Turn on the start switch and ensure that the ABS Warning Light comes on about 3 seconds, then
goes out.
3. Pull the trailer at a speed greater than 6 mph, make a brake application and hold until the trailer
has come to a complete stop.
4. Verify that the ABS Warning Light has remained “OFF”. If the ABS Warning Light remained “OFF”,
the system is functioning properly.
5. If the ABS System detected an error during the brake application, the ABS Warning Light will be
“ON”. If the ABS Warning Light never comes “ON” when the start switch is turned “ON”, then
reference the “NO” ABS Warning Light Illumination Section on (Page 33) of this manual. If the
ABS Warning Light stays “ON” with the start switch “ON”, reference the ABS Warning Light Stays
On Permanently Section on (Page 33) of this manual.
Notes:
1. Disconnect power from the ABS System before making any repairs.
2. Most ABS problems are related to the following items:
a. Cut or Damaged Wires
b. Corroded Connector or Terminals
c. Connector Terminals not Latched or Seated correctly to Mating Assemblies
d. Excessive Sensor Air Gap, Sensor Clip Retention or Wheel Bearing End Play
e. Insufficient power at the ABS Power Cable (12 ‐ 15 Volts DC)
3. After making any repairs go to the “Diagnostic Tools” section of this manual (Pages 24 ‐ 26) to
confirm that the fault is corrected. If Dynamic Fault Codes 11 ‐ 16 or 21 ‐ 26 have occurred the ABS
Warning Light will remain “ON” with a code “07” when repowered until the problem has been
corrected. After correcting the Stored Fault(s), each affected wheel must spin > 1 mph utilizing
permanent power for the ABS System to recognize the problem has been corrected. Verify the ABS
Light turns “OFF” before clearing Stored Dynamic Fault Codes.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Diagnostic Tools
Software
Blink Codes
Info Center
PC Diagnostic Kit
(PC Not Included)
DLA+/PLC
Adapter
Diagnostic Tools
for
PLC Select 1M/2M Systems
In North America, Please Call
In Canada, Please Call
Haldex Brake Products
10930 North Pomona Ave
Kansas City, Missouri 64513
Brake System Division
Haldex Limited
500 Pinebush Road, Unit 1
Cambridge, ON
N1T 0A5
Canada
Technical Service & Engineering Support
1 (800) 643‐2374 (Press 2) or Ext. 2337
Technical Service & Engineering Support
1 (800) 267‐9247 (Press 2)
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Diagnostic Tools
Haldex provides (3) Methods for ABS Diagnostics:
1. Blink Codes
2. PLC Info Center
3. PLC PC Diagnostic
Blink Codes
Info Center
PLC PC Diagnostic
Blink Codes:
ABS Faults Codes can be accessed using the ABS Light without the use of any other tools. The Blink
Code “Simple Fault Mode” can be activated switching ignition power “ON”, “OFF”, “ON” in 1 second
intervals. See Blink Code information (Pages 29 ‐ 33).
PLC Info Center:
The PLC Info Center has a screen that can display ABS Fault Codes plus a number of other functions.
The PLC Info Center only needs to be connected to vehicle Permanent Power and ground. An optional
SAE 560 7‐Way Diagnostic Interface Cable is also available.
Available Functions Include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
View active fault code(s) (2 digit code) and fault occurrence count (9 ‐ Occurrences Max.).
View stored fault code(s) and fault occurrence count (9 ‐ Occurrences Max.).
Clear stored fault code(s).
View wheel speed sensor identification corresponding to each individual wheel when rotated.
View sensor and valve configuration code.
View ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit) type and Serial Number.
Energize valve solenoid(s).
Odometer
‐ View Odometer, Tire Scale Factor, (Miles or Kilometer)
‐ Service Interval, View or Clear Trip Distance
‐ Modify Tire Scale Factor Size (Miles or Kilometer), and Modify Service Interval
Note: Reference PLC Info Center Instruction Manual “L31158W”.
PLC PC Diagnostic:
1. Same information as PLC Info Center 1‐ 8.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Diagnostic Tools
Software
DLA+/PLC
Adapter
7‐Way Diagnostic
Interface Cable
To USB Port
PC Diagnostic Kit
(PC Not Included)
ABS PC Diagnostic Software
Also available at www.haldex.com
(Click on Products, then Product Information
to get Software Updates)
PLC PC Diagnostics:
7‐Way Diagnostic Interface Cable
plugs into Trailer Nose Box
Info Center
Displays the most information. Available functions include all the functions of the Info Center as well.
1. View ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit) Part Number.
2. Save ABS Diagnostic results for a print out of test verification.
3. Read/Write Trailer and/or Service Data internally to ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit).
Minimum Requirements: MS Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, XP and Vista, Window 7, 32 MB RAM
Note: PLC Info Center and PLC PC Diagnostics are not compatible with older generation of ABS
manufactured prior to March 2001.
Reference PC Diagnostic Instruction Manual “L31154W”.
Third Party Diagnostic Solution Tools:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Lite Check ‐ Inspector 910B
NEXIQ ‐ Brake‐LinkTM
NEXIQ ‐ Prolink IQ
NEXIQ ‐ J1708 with USB link
Norgen ‐ DLA+
BENDIX® ‐ TRDU™
These tools have been evaluated by Haldex Brake Products ‐ Kansas City, MO.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostics
Blink Code Modes:
Apply Service Brake and then cycle Permanent Power (1 second “ON” / 1 second “OFF”)
Mode
Description
1
Simple/Wheel Speed Mode
2
Active Faults Mode
3
Stored Faults/Clear Mode
4
Configuration Mode
5
Odometer
Permanent Power Cycles (1 Sec. ON, 1 Sec. OFF)
when Stop Light Power Applied
ON, OFF, ON
ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON
ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON
ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON
ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON
Procedure for Blink Code Diagnostics:
1.
2.
3.
The trailer must be stationary.
The trailer must be connected to a DC power supply (10 ‐ 15 volts). Never use a
battery charger.
Permanent Power must be cycled “ON” and “OFF” (trailer auxiliary circuit) at 1 second
intervals to reach the desired mode (shown above). It is recommended that an
auxiliary switched power source be used (i.e. light cart).
Note: Stop Light and Permanent Power must be independent for Blink Code Troubleshooting.
If Permanent Power is required for your brake light to operate, then Blink Code Diagnostics
will not function.
Procedure Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Once Blink Mode is entered that mode can only be terminated by completely
disconnecting all trailer power sources.
All modes repeat endlessly. Each repeat is separated by 10 seconds of continuous
light energization.
All codes are separated by 2 seconds of light “OFF”.
Stored Fault Codes (Mode 3) are followed by an occurrence count which display a blink
rate twice as fast as the Fault Code Blink rate.
Mode 1 ‐ Simple Mode Diagnostics:
This mode has an abbreviated list of Fault Codes that will display. Fault Codes are grouped to
simplify the diagnostics. Up to 3 active codes will be displayed at one time. These faults need to be
repaired before other active faults can be displayed. See Simple Mode Faults Codes Table on next page.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostics
Mode 1 ‐ Simple Mode Diagnostics Fault Table (ON, OFF, ON):
See the Diagnostic Code (Pages 36 ‐ 40) for possible cause.
Item
System OK
Flash Count
Actual Fault
Light Stay On 07 (No Active Faults)
Sensor 1A
1 Flash
01
Sensor 1B
2 Flashes
02
Sensor 2A
3 Flashes
03
Sensor 2B
4 Flashes
04
Sensor 3A
5 Flashes
05
Sensor 3B
6 Flashes
06
Red Valve
7 Flashes
61, 67, 71, 77, 81, and 87
Blue Valve
8 Flashes
62, 68, 72, 78, 82, and 88
Yellow Valve
9 Flashes
63, 69, 73, 79, 83, and 89
Low Voltage
10 Flashes
90
ECU Failure
11 Flashes
93, 99, and E‐Codes
Note: If the Simple Mode Code does not show a fault code, but the ABS Light remains “ON” after
powering the ABS, there are no active faults present. Verify in Mode 3 (Stored Codes). If any faults
11 ‐ 16 or 21 ‐ 26 are present the problem needs to be resolved before the ABS Light will turn off when
Permanent Powered vehicle travels greater than 6 mph.
Wheel Speed Mode:
Wheel Speed Mode is accessible only in Simple Mode. This Simple Mode is not activated until ECU
(Electrionic Control Unit) has received a signal from the wheel speed sensor of a spinning wheel. The
hold solenoid of the Modulator Valve associated with the particular sensed spinning wheel will be
cycled the same number of times as the ABS Light flashes. The Blink Code for the sensed wheels are
as follows:
S1A: 1 Flash
S1B: 2 Flashes
S2A: 3 Flashes
S2B: 4 Flashes
S3A: 5 Flashes
S3B: 6 Flashes
Note 1: Spin only one wheel at a time.
Note 2: Once a wheel is rotated, the ABS Light will remain “ON” after the wheel is stopped until the
next wheel is rotated.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostics
Mode 2 ‐ Active Faults Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
In this mode the ABS Light displays a numerical Fault Code Sequence for each existing fault, up to
nine fault codes at a time. The nine faults must be repaired before additional active faults can be
displayed. The Blink Codes used in the Active Fault Mode are related to the Haldex Standard Fault
Codes and are shown on (Pages 29 ‐ 33).
Example:
1/2 Second
ON
Fault Code “23” is indicated by the light flashing “ON” twice for 1/2 second each time
then off for 2 seconds followed by three 1/2 second flashes.
1/2 Second
ON
2 Second
OFF
1st Flash
Sequence
1/2 Second
ON
1/2 Second
ON
1/2 Second
ON
2nd Flash
Sequence
Mode 3 ‐ Stored (Passive) Faults/Clear Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
In this mode the ABS Light displays a numerical fault code sequence for each stored fault. All stored
faults (not currently active) are displayed in this mode. The light will display up to nine passive stored
faults at a time. The stored faults are displayed in numerical order, highest to lowest. The Blink Codes
used in the Passive Stored Fault Mode are related to the Haldex Standard Fault Codes and are shown
on (Pages 36 ‐ 40).
Stored Mode Fault Occurrences (Mode 3):
The Fault Code Blink Sequence is followed by the occurrence count for that fault in Passive Mode. The
occurrence count is displayed after each pair of fault code flashes in order to differentiate between the
code and its occurrence count. Blink Code rate twice as fast as the Fault Code blink rate.
Verify if stored codes 11 ‐ 16 or 21 ‐ 26 are present, the problem needs to be resolved before the
ABS Light will shut off when Permanent Powered vehicle travel greater than 6 mph.
Clearing Stored Code (Mode 3):
The Passive Stored Fault Codes may be cleared by switching ignition power OFF, ON, OFF, ON while the
brakes are applied during the 10 seconds of light energization that occurs prior to each repeat of the
Fault Code Blink Sequence. The light will flash rapidly for 10 seconds to show that the fault(s) are being
erased.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostics
Stored Fault Mode Notes (Mode 3):
1.
A “Zero” for codes such as “01” is indicated by a two second light “ON” condition.
All other digits are indicated by a half second light “ON” condition.
Example:
1/2 Second
ON
Fault Code “23” is indicated by the light flashing “ON” twice for 1/2 second each time
then off for 2 seconds followed by three 1/2 second flashes. The third flash is the
occurrence count and as 1/4 second flashes.
1/2 Second
ON
1st Flash
Sequence
(1st fault code digit)
2 Second
OFF
1/2 Second
ON
1/2 Second
ON
1/2 Second
ON
2 Second
OFF
2nd Flash
Sequence
(2nd fault code digit)
1/4 Second 1/4 Second
ON
ON
3rd Flash
Sequence
(Occurrence Count)
2. There is a two second light “OFF” delay between the digits in each code.
3. Code “07” (System OK, vehicle is parked) is displayed as a continuous light “ON” condition.
If No Stored Faults are present, the lamp will remain on continuously.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Blink Code Diagnostics
Mode 4 ‐ Configuration Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
This Mode displays Configuration and Auxillary Codes. The Configuration Code is displayed prior to
Auxiliary Codes. The Tables on (Pages 36 ‐ 40) shows a list of Configuration Codes and a list of Auxiliary
Codes which supported by Blink Codes. Auxiliary Codes are displayed Low to High. Each Blink Code
digit will reference to a digit in the Haldex Configuration Codes.
Config Code
Blink
Function
Lift Axle
Sensor Used (Indicates Lift Axle)
CO
1
2S/1M
S1A S1B
Red
C1
2
2S/2M
S2A S2B
Blue, Yellow
C2
3
4S/2M
S3A S2A S2B S3B
Blue, Yellow
Item
Blinks
A4
5
No load sense valve ‐ momentarily displayed when power is applied
A5
6
Not Applicable
A6
7
Not Applicable
A7
8
SLH programming for Yellow Valve Channel (Red Valve is 2S/1M)
A8
9
MSLH programming for Yellow Valve Channel (Red Valve is 2S/1M)
Modulators Used
Description
Clearing Configuration Mode:
(Only required for product made before 2012)
The Configuration Codes may be cleared by switching Permanent Power OFF, ON, OFF, ON while the
brakes are applied during the 10 seconds of light energization that occurs prior to each repeat of the
Fault Code Blink Sequence. The light will flash rapidly for 10 seconds to indicate that the configuration
has been erased from the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) memory. The ECU (Electronic Control Unit) will
then store its full configuration on the next power up.
Mode 5 ‐ Odometer Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON)
This mode display the Odometer Value.
Example: 4364.7 miles (4 ON/OFF, 1/2 Sec Flashes, 3 ON/OFF, 1/2 Sec Flashes, 6 ON/OFF 1/2 Sec
Flashes, 4 ON/OFF, 1/2 Sec Flashes) then 2 ON/OFF 1/4 Sec Flashes if set for miles,
1 ON/OFF 1/4 Sec Flash if set for kms.
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PLC Select 1M/2M ‐ Tire Scale Factor Chart
100‐Tooth Exciter Ring
80‐Tooth Exciter Ring
Tire Size ‐ 100T
Trailer Tire
80T Smallest Tire
215/75R17.5
8R17.5
275/65R17.5 HC
8.5/R17.5
245/70R17.5
235/75R17.5
225/70R19.5
8.25R15
9R17.5 HC
10R17.5
265/70R19.5
285/70R19.5
100T Smallest Tire
305/70R19.5
11R17.5 HC
10.00R15 Tire
255/70R22.5
275/70R22.5
10R22.5
9.00R20
295/75R22.5
285/75R24.5
295/80R22.5
11R22.5
10.00R20
315/80R22.5
80T Largest Tire
11.00R20
305/75R24.5
11R24.5
10.00R22
12.00R20
425/65R22.5
11.00R22
100T Largest Tire
Tire Size ‐ 80T
Scale Factor
Scale Factor
Scale Factor
Scale Factor
100T (Miles)
100T (km)
80T (Miles)
579
543
538
527
524
523
523
521
495
495
490
483
470
80T (km)
360
338
334
328
326
325
325
324
308
308
304
300
293
580
574
568
566
566
545
520
519
518
504
503
(502*)
501
491
360
357
353
352
352
339
323
323
322
313
313
313
312
305
459
454
453
453
436
416
415
414
403
402
402
401
383
391
286
283
282
282
271
259
258
258
251
250
250
249
244
243
488
488
478
478
472
471
466
391
303
303
297
297
294
293
290
243
*Haldex Factory Tire Scale Set at Default 502 Rev/Mile.
Useful Numbers: 1 mile = 1.6093 km
1 km = 0.6214 miles
Scale Factor (SF) for other size:
Option 1:
SF = (1000/Rc) X (T/100)
Option 2:
SF = N X (T/1000)
Rc = Rolling Circumference in Meters
N = Revolutions per mile
T = Exciter Actual Tooth Count
T = Exciter Actual Tooth Count
Note: Scale factor does not affect ABS performance but does affect odometer accuracy.
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Troubleshooting ABS Warning Light
PLC Select 1M/2M
ABS Warning Light Stays On Permanently:
Upon power up of the ABS System (Permanently or Stoplight Power), the ABS Warning Lights should
come “ON” for 3 seconds and then go “OFF”. If the ABS Warning Light stays “ON”, it may be caused by
improper light wiring, or by a fault in the ABS System.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check for Diagnostic Fault Codes. If anything other than a “07” is displayed, review the
“Troubleshooting section of this manual (Pages 36 ‐ 40) for possible solutions. After the
problem is repaired, clear all stored faults and test again.
If a “07” is displayed but there was a 11 ‐ 16, or 21 ‐ 26 stored in memory, then correct the
problem and drive the trailer or rotate the wheel affected > 1 mph using Permanently Power
to get the ABS Light to turn “OFF”.
If there are no stored faults and a “07” is displayed, and the ABS Light is still “ON”, then the
ABS Light is mis‐wired. Remove the main wire harness 5 pin connector at the ECU (Electronic
Control Unit) and verify continuity between pin “D” (Reference ABS Power Cord pin out
(Page 18) and Trailer ABS Light. The remaining light wire must be grounded to the trailer
chassis or connected to the SAE J560 7‐Way connector ground wire. Check for continuity
between the ABS Light wire and ground. Repair as necessary and retest.
If the solenoid does not energize “CLICK, CLICK” when power is applied or the diagnostic
tool has nothing on the display, check power on the Blue or Red wire of the 7‐Way connector
as well as the ABS Power Cord. Reference ABS Power Cord pin out (Page 18). Verify power
source is > 10 Volts when connected to ABS.
No ABS Warning Light Illumination:
1.
2.
3.
Check the bulb to verify that is functional. If not functional, replace it and retest.
Verify that there is power to the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) and the solenoid energizer
“CLICK, CLICK”. If not disconnect the main wire harness 5 pin connector and check for
positive power between either Stop Light Power with brakes applied or Permanently Power
and ground (Reference ABS Power Cord pin out (Page 18). The voltage drop between the
SAE J560 7‐Way and the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) should not exceed 2 volts. If no power
exists at either Stop Light or Permanently Power in reference to ground then check continuity
from these pins to the SAE J560 7‐Way connector Red and Blue circuits. Make necessary
repairs and retest. Verify power source is > 10 Volts when connected to ABS.
If the problem is still present, remove the main wire harness 5 pin connector at the
ECU (Electronic Control Unit) and verify continuity between pin “D”. Reference ABS Power
Cord ‐ pin out (Page 18) and the light. The remaining light wire must be grounded to the
trailer chassis or connector to the SAE J560 7‐Way connector ground wire. Check for continuity
between the ABS Light and ground. Repair as necessary and retest.
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Troubleshooting PLC Select 1M/2M
Diagnostic Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
00
X
01
X
02
X
X
Explanation: (Occurs when vehicle is Stationary)
System OK (with vehicle traveling > 6 mph)
Red Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S1A)
has an Open or Short Circuit
Red Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S1B)
has an Open or Short Circuit
Blue Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S2A)
has an Open or Short Circuit
Yellow Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S2B)
has an Open or Short Circuit
Possible Causes:
ABS is Operational Displays “00” when traveling
greater > 6 mph
Indicates a wheel speed sensor or it wiring has short
or open circuit.
Disconnect the relevant sensor and measure the
resistance between the two pins in the sensor
connector housing.
03
X
04
X
05
X
Blue Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S3A)
has an Open or Short Circuit
06
X
Yellow Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor wiring (S3B)
has an Open or Short Circuit
The Ohm meter reading for the sensor or sensor and
extension cable should be between 980 and 2350 Ohm
(.98K and 2.35 K Ohm) If not, replace sensor and/or
extension cable.
X
System OK (No Active Faults)
Vehicle is static at 0 mph
Explanation: (Occurs when vehicle is Moving)
Possible Causes:
Red Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S1A), has low sensor
output
Red Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S1B), has low sensor
output
Blue Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S2A), has low sensor
output
Yellow Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S2B), has low sensor
output
Blue Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S3A), has low sensor
output
Yellow Channel ‐ Speed sensor (S3B), gap too large.
Gap should be kept to a minimum
Sensor or spring clip is worn or not properly adjusted,
wiring open or short circuit, wheel bearing not
properly adjusted (these faults will only occur at speed
greater than 6 mph). Measure the AC voltage at the
sensor in question while rotating the wheel at a rate of
about one revolution every two seconds. The output
should be at least 200 millivolts (0.2 VAC). If this is not
the case, push in the sensor until it touches the exciter
and rotate the wheel again. If this doesn’t correct the
problem, then replace the sensor and sensor block clip.
07
X
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
11
X
12
X
13
X
14
X
15
X
16
X
If sensors extensions are used verify extension
continuity and connections. Replace sensor and/or
extension cable.
If sensor extensions are used verify extension
continuity and connections. Replace sensor and/or
extension cable.
Inspect exciter ring teeth for minor damage or teeth
filled with debris.
Verify all exciters have the same number of teeth.
Verify all sensor and valve wiring/plumbing is correct.
See (Side‐By‐Side) (Axle‐By‐Axle) configuration
Plumbing of solenoid valves must correspond with the
correct sensors depending on (Side‐By‐Side) or
(Axle‐By‐Axle) configurations.
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Troubleshooting PLC Select 1M/2M
Diagnostic Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
21
X
22
X
23
X
24
X
25
X
Explanation: (Occurs when vehicle is Moving)
Possible Causes:
Red Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S1A) has an
erratic output voltage
Red Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S1B) has an
erratic output voltage
Blue Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S2A) has an
erratic output voltage
Yellow Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S2B) has an
erratic output voltage
Blue Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S3A) has an
erratic output voltage
Loose sensor, connection, bracket or exciter, damaged
exciter, sensor is not properly adjusted or has worn
cable insulation, or worn sensor block clip, wheel
bearing failure, wheel bearing is not properly adjusted
(these faults will only occur at speed greater than
6 mph).
Measure the AC voltage at the sensor in question
while rotating the wheel at a rate of about one
revolution every two seconds. The output should be
at least 200 millivolts (0.2 VAC).
If this is not the case, push in the sensor until it
touches the exciter and rotate the wheel again. If this
doesn’t correct the problem, then the sensor, and
sensor block clip should be replaced.
Verify tire and wheel size is large enough for 100 tooth
exciter ring. If these faults re‐occur at the same speed,
inspect exciter ring for damage.
26
X
Yellow Channel ‐ Wheel speed sensor (S3B) has an
erratic output voltage
Smaller wheel and tires require 80 tooth exciter rings.
Reference Tire Scale Factor Chart.
Verify sensor and valve wiring/plumbing is correct.
See (Side‐By‐Side) and (Axle‐By‐Axle) configuration.
Plumbing of solenoid valves must correspond with the
correct sensors depending on Side‐By‐Side or Axle‐By‐
Axle configurations.
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
Explanation: (Occurs when vehicle is Stationary)
Possible Causes:
31
Auxiliary Channel ‐ 1 fault (Digital Channel 1)
output only
PLC Select 2M Plus (ABS Auxiliary Codes)
32
Auxiliary Channel ‐ 2 fault (Digital Channel 2)
output only
33
Auxiliary Channel ‐ 3 fault (Digital Channel 3)
input only
34
Auxiliary Channel ‐ 4 fault (Digital/Analog Channel 1)
input only
35
Auxiliary Channel ‐ 5 fault (Digital/Analog Channel 2)
input only
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Note:
These codes are only used with PLC Select 2M Plus
ABS that supports Trailer Auxiliaries.
Auxiliary Channel has an open circuit or the ECU
(Electronic Control Unit) has auxiliary device
connected and is not programmed to be.
Note:
These codes do not affect ABS performance and does
not illuminate the tractor or trailer ABS warning lamps.
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Troubleshooting PLC Select 1M/2M
Diagnostic Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
41
Explanation:
(Occurs when vehicle is Stationary or Moving)
Red Channel Valve ‐ Slow Wheel Recovery
(occurs when vehicle is moving)
X
42
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Slow Wheel Recovery
(occurs when vehicle is moving)
43
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Slow Wheel Recovery
(occurs when vehicle is moving)
61
Red Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Open Circuit
(occurs when vehicle is stationary or moving)
X
62
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Open Circuit
63
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Open Circuit
67
X
Red Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Open Circuit
68
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Open Circuit
69
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Open Circuit
71
X
Red Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to Ground
72
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to Ground
73
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to Ground
77
X
For a 2M System, verify sensor and valve wiring/
plumbing is correct. (See Side‐By‐Side and Axle
By‐Axle) configuration. Slow brake release,
foundation brake mechanical faults, dry bushings,
broken ABS valve, restricted piping. Check for kinks
and blockage etc. Incorrect airlines, wiring,
open circuit.
Modulator valve open circuit solenoid failure,
solenoid connection, or valve cable damage. The
most likely causes include: a bad solenoid, or a
loose solenoid connection. Disconnect the
indicated solenoid and check the resistance at the
solenoid pins.
Check the female terminals on the connector for
excessive pin spread or corrosion. Replace
defective hardware as required and retest.
(Reference to Solenoid Page 42 for pin out and
resistance).
Modulator valve short to ground solenoid failure,
or valve cable damage. The most likely causes
include: a damaged cable or solenoid.
Example:
A worn or chafed cable that has been exposed wire
contacting the trailer.
Red Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to Ground
Disconnect the indicated solenoid and check the
resistance at the solenoid pins.
(Reference to Solenoid Page 42 for pin out and
resistance).
78
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to Ground
79
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to
Ground
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Possible Causes:
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Troubleshooting PLC Select 1M/2M
Diagnostic Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
80
X
81
X
X
Explanation:
(Occurs when vehicle is Stationary or Moving)
Output leakage or poor insulation on any of the valve
channels.
Red Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
82
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
83
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Hold Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
87
Red Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
X
88
X
Blue Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
Possible Causes:
Modulator valve solenoid failure or valve cable damage.
Indicates that the solenoid or its cable has a short
circuit to positive power (12 volts DC). The most likely
cause is a damaged cable or solenoid. Disconnect the
indicated solenoid and check the resistance at the
solenoid pins.
(Reference to Solenoid Page 42 for pin out and
resistance).
If solenoid check good and 80 ‐ 89 code still exits,
check ECU (Electronic Control Unit) for proper
operation.
89
X
X
Yellow Channel Valve ‐ Dump Solenoid Short Circuit to
Permanent Power
90
X
X
Low Supply Voltage Fault.
Occurs when power source is < 8 volts. Verify power
source is > 10 volts when connected to ABS.
91
X
X
No internal ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit) solenoid
voltage available
Verify Permanent Power is Present.
92
X
X
Power input over voltage fault
Verify 12 VDC power source. Do Not Use Battery
Charger as Power Supply. ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
maximum operating voltage is 16.0 VDC.
93
X
X
Short Circuit on ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
internal relay
99
X
X
ABS Corrupt Memory
9A
X
X
ABS Corrupt Memory
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Replace ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
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Troubleshooting PLC Select 1M/2M
Diagnostic Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
Explanation:
(Occurs when vehicle is Stationary or Moving)
Possible Causes:
Code A(x) and C(x) displayed when power is applied to the ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit).
They should not be displayed for more then 2 seconds; if the code remains permanently displayed, repair is necessary.
A7
X
X
Trailer: 2S/1M ‐ SLH on Red Channel
Trailer: 2S/2M, or 4S/2M ‐ SLH on Yellow Channel
Programmed for Tandem or Multi‐Axle Trailers.
Displays current configuration.
A8
X
X
Trailer: 2S/1M ‐ MSLH on red Channel
(Dollies, Steerable or Single Axle Only)
Programmed for Dollies, Single or Steer Axle Trailer
Displays current configuration.
Explanation:
(Occurs when vehicle is Stationary or Moving)
Possible Causes:
PLC PLC
Fault
Select Select
Code
1M
2M
Code A(x) and C(x) displayed when power is applied to the ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit).
They should not displayed for more then 2 seconds; if the code remains permanently displayed, repair is necessary.
CO
X
X
2S/1M Configuration
S1A, S1B sensors, Red Modulator. ECU is configured as
a 2M and is powered up as a 1M. See “CC” cause
below. Displays current configuration.
C1
X
X
2S/2M Configuration
S2A, S2B sensors. Blue, Yellow Modulator. ECU is
configured as a 4S/2M and powered up as a 2S/2M.
See “CC” cause below. Displays current configuration.
C2
X
X
4S/2M Configuration Information (Not a Fault Code)
S3A, S2A, S2B, and S3B sensors. Blue and Yellow
Modulators. Displays current configuration.
C3
X
X
4S/2M Configuration Information (Not a Fault Code)
S3A, S2A, S2B, and S3B sensors. Blue and Yellow
Modulators. (S3A, and S3B sensed lift axle). Displays
current configuration.
CA
X
X
Clear All (Fault Codes)
Occurs when clearing fault codes with the Info Center.
Only required when configured ABS System from a
4S/2M to a 2S/2M or any 2M configured to a 1M.
CC
X
X
Clear Configuration
Clear fault codes 3 times with uninterrupted power
to reconfigure.
CF
X
X
Configuration Fault
Unrecognized ABS configuration. Verify all sensors
and valve connections are correct. Verify sufficient
power.
E(x)
X
X
Internal problem exist within ABS ECU
ABS ECU is defective, replace.
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PLC Select 1M & 2M
J1587/J1708 Fault Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
2S/1M Only ‐ Sensor S1A & S1B ‐ (Select IM/2M) ‐ (Side‐By‐Side)
Fault
Code
SID FMI
SID as Standard SAE Displays Text
SAE Standard FMI
Description
01
01
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Open Circuit
S1A Curb Side
02
02
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Right)
Open Circuit
S1B Road Side
11
01
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Out of Calibration
S1A Curb Side
12
02
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Right)
Out of Calibration
S1B Road Side
21
01
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Data Erratic, Intermittent
S1A Curb Side
22
02
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 1 (Right)
Data Erratic, Intermittent
S1B Road Side
41
07
07
Pressure Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Mechanical Failure
Red Channel Both Sides
61
42
05
Hold Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Open Circuit
Red Channel Both Sides
67
48
05
Dump Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Open Circuit
Red Channel Both Sides
71
42
04
Hold Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Red Channel Both Sides
77
48
04
Dump Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Red Channel Both Sides
80
13
11
Retarder Control Relay
Failure Not Indefinable
Failure Not Indefinable
81
42
03
Hold Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Red Channel Both Sides
87
48
03
Dump Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Red Channel Both Sides
90
251
01
Power Supply
Data Below Normal Range
Power < 8 Volts
91
251
04
Power Supply
Voltage Below Normal
Defective ECU
92
251
03
Power Supply
Voltage Above Normal
Power > 16.0 Volts
93
13
12
Retarder Control Relay
Bad Device or Component
Defective ECU
99
253
12
Calibration Memory
Bad Device or Component
Defective ECU
Note:
Standard SAE tool only pertain to Side‐By‐Side ABS Installation configuration. Do Not use standard SAE
Diagnostic Tool for (Axle‐By‐Axle) ABS installation. Use Haldex Diagnostic Tool to determine if the
problem is on the Curb or Road Side.
PLC Select 1M & 2M
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J1587/J1708 Fault Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
2S/2M ‐ Sensor (S2A & S2B) ‐ (Select 2M) ‐ (Side‐By‐Side)
4S/2M ‐ Sensor (S2A, S2B, S3A, & S3B) ‐ (Select 2M) ‐ (Side‐By‐Side)
Fault
Code
SID FMI
SID as Standard SAE Displays Text
SAE Standard FMI
Description
03
03
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Left)
Open Circuit
S2A Curb Side
04
04
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Right)
Open Circuit
S2B Road Side
05
05
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Left)
Out of Calibration
S3A Curb Side
06
06
05
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Right)
Out of Calibration
S3B Road Side
13
03
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Left)
Open Circuit
S2A Curb Side
14
04
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Right)
Open Circuit
S2B Road Side
15
05
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Left)
Out of Calibration
S3A Curb Side
16
06
13
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Right)
Out of Calibration
S3B Road Side
23
03
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Left)
Open Circuit
S2A Curb Side
24
04
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 2 (Right)
Open Circuit
S2B Road Side
25
05
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Left)
Out of Calibration
S3A Curb Side
26
06
02
Wheel Sensor ABS Axle 3 (Right)
Out of Calibration
S3B Road Side
42
09
07
Pressure Mod Valve ABS Axle 2 (Left)
Mechanical Failure
Blue Channel Curb Side
43
07
07
Pressure Mod Valve ABS Axle 1 (Left)
Mechanical Failure
Yellow Channel Road Side
62
44
05
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Open Circuit
Blue Channel Curb Side
63
42
05
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Open Circuit
Yellow Channel Road Side
68
50
05
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Open Circuit
Blue Channel Curb Side
69
48
05
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Open Circuit
Yellow Channel Road Side
72
44
04
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Blue Channel Curb Side
73
42
04
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Yellow Channel Road Side
Note:
Standard SAE tool only pertain to Side‐By‐Side ABS Installation configuration. Do Not use standard SAE
Diagnostic Tool for (Axle‐By‐Axle) ABS installation. Use Haldex Diagnostic Tool to determine if the
problem is on the Curb or Road Side.
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PLC Select 1M & 2M
J1587/J1708 Fault Codes
Red Channel Valve
Blue Channel Valve
Yellow Channel Valve
2S/2M ‐ Sensor (S2A & S2B) ‐ (Select 2M) ‐ (Side‐By‐Side)
4S/2M ‐ Sensor (S2A, S2B, S3A, & S3B) ‐ (Select 2M) ‐ (Side‐By‐Side)
Fault
Code
SID FMI
SID as Standard SAE Displays Text
SAE Standard FMI
Description
78
50
04
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Blue Channel Curb Side
79
48
04
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to Ground
Yellow Channel Road Side
80
13
11
Retarder Control Relay
Failure Not Indefinable
Failure Not Indefinable
82
44
03
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Blue Channel Curb Side
83
42
03
Hold Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Yellow Channel Road Side
88
48
03
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 1 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Blue Channel Curb Side
89
50
03
Dump Mod Valve Solenoid Axle 2 (Left)
Voltage Shorted to B+
Yellow Channel Road Side
90
251
01
Power Supply
Data Below Normal Range
Power < 8.0 Volts
91
253
04
Power Supply
Voltage Below Normal
Defective ECU
92
251
03
Power Supply
Voltage Above Normal
Power > 16.0 Voltage
93
13
12
Retarder Control Relay
Bad Device or Component
Defective ECU
99
253
12
Calibration Memory
Bad Device or Component
Defective ECU
Note:
Standard SAE tool only pertain to Side‐By‐Side ABS Installation configuration. Do Not use standard SAE
Diagnostic Tool for (Axle‐By‐Axle) ABS installation. Use Haldex Diagnostic Tool to determine if the
problem is on the Curb or Road Side.
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Page 41
PLC Select Valve Solenoids
Solenoids:
Old Style Solenoid (Pre‐DIN)
New Style Solenoid (DIN) ‐ September 2009 ‐ Present
Use a Voltage Meter to measure the Ohms across the Solenoid Pins as shown below.
1. Common
2. Hold
3. Dump
1
3.5 ‐ 4.5 Ohms
3.5 ‐ 4.5 Ohms
3
2
7.0 ‐ 9.0 Ohms
Voltage Meter
Old Style Solenoid (Pre‐DIN)
1. Common
2. Hold
3. Dump
3.5 ‐ 4.5 Ohms
3
7.0 ‐ 9.0 Ohms
1
2
3.5 ‐ 4.5 Ohms
Voltage Meter
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New Style Solenoid (DIN)
PLC Select 1M & 2M
Addresses and Phone Numbers
In North America, Please Call
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10930 North Pomona Ave
Kansas City, Missouri 64513
Technical Service & Engineering Support
1 (800) 643-2374 (Press 2) or Ext. 2337
In Canada, Please Call
Haldex Limited/Haldex Limitée
500 Pinebush Road, Unit 1
Cambridge, ON
N1T 0A5
Canada
Technical Service & Engineering Support
1 (800) 267-9247 (Press 2)
PLC Select 1M & 2M
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