Haldex L30030 Installation & Service Manual

Haldex L30030 Installation & Service Manual
L30030
6/03
PLC, PLC Plus and PLC Select
Trailer ABS
Installation/Service Manual
Innovative Vehicle Technology
PLC4Trucks
$7.00
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Technical Service
and
Engineering Support
In the U.S., please call:
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In Canada, please call
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Haldex, Limited
1-800-267-9247
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Table of Contents
Contents:
Table of Contents........................................ 1
General Operation………………….…..... 2-3
Sensor Block Installation…………............ 4
Exciter Ring Installation...........……............ 5
Wheel Speed Sensor Installation............... 6-12
ABS System Plumbing....…………............ 13-18
PLC Family Application....…………...........19
PLC Select..........…………........................ 20
- Hardware
- Electrical Wiring
- Installation Test
- Road Test
- Troubleshooting/Diagnostics - PLC Select
PLC....................................………............ 32
- Hardware
- Electrical Wiring
- Installation Test
- Road Test
- Troubleshooting/Diagnostics - PLC
PLC Plus...............................………............ 47
- Hardware
- Electrical Wiring
- Installation Test
- Road Test
- Troubleshooting/Diagnostics - PLC Plus
Diagnostics..........................………............ 62
- Blink Codes
- PLC Info Center
- PLC - PC Diagnostics
- Diagnostic Fault Code List
InfoCenter..........................………............ 72
Safety First!
Please follow your company’s safety procedure 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.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
General Operation
General Operation
ABS Basics:
The PLC family of Trailer ABS, is the latest in a full line of Haldex trailer ABS systems
that provide stability and control during braking by preventing wheel lock up. As with
other ABS systems, PLC uses a combination of valves, sensors, exciter rings, and the
Electronic Control Unit (ECU) working in union to maximize the control of a braking
trailer.
When the ECU detects the rapid decrease in speed of a wheel about to lock up, it
releases the air pressure from the brake chambers of the affected wheel via one or two
modulator valves. The release of air from the chambers prevents the wheels from
locking up and ensures vehicle stability. As soon as the wheels begin to rotate again,
the ECU signals the modulator valve(s) to reapply the pressure in the affected brake
chambers to maximize brake effort. If the condition that caused the lock up remains,
the cycle is repeated until either the vehicle is stopped, or the brake has been released.
This function is totally automatic and can occur up to six times per second.
Configurations:
A 2S/1M system is the most popular configuration. This system is the least complex
and simplest to install. There are 2 sensors and 1 ABS Modulator Relay Valve. The
system meets the minimum FMVSS-121 ABS requirements for semi-trailers and
dollies, and is designed to work on 1, 2, or 3 axle trailers, or dollies.
A 2S/2M system is the least popular configuration. In most cases, there is no significant
benefit of a 2S/2M system over the 2S/1M SLH product. Consult Haldex Engineering
for assistance in this area.
A 4S/2M system offers the best performance overall on multiple axle trailers and is
required by FMVSS 121 for full trailers. The control is provided through 4 sensors and
2 Modulator valves. The system has the flexibility to be installed as 4S/2M
Side-By-Side control, with lift axle compatibility, or 4S/2M Axle-By-Axle control. All
configurations meet the requirements of FMVSS-121. The 4S/2M system can be
installed on a variety of trailers. Full trailers, spread axle trailers, and multiple axle
trailers are particularly well suited to this system.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
General Operation
Available Options:
PLC, PLC Plus and PLC Select systems are available in 2 valve platforms: With a
patented Haldex Full Function ABS (FFABS) Valve or an ABS Relay Valve. The difference is that FFABS uses a single valve to provide the ABS function and control the
spring (emergency) brakes as well as the service brakes (along with pressure protection and anti-compounding features). The ABS Relay is a 2 valve system which requires a separate spring brake control valve such as the Haldex RT-4.
PLC PLus, and PLC system have two Select Low High software versions available.
The SLH-A7 software is designed for multiple axle trailers. The SLH-A8 software is
required on dollies and single axle trailers. Do not use SLH-A7 on dollies or single
axle trailers.
PLC, PLC Plus and PLC Select Trailer ABS all come standard with an Electronic Hub
Odometer. This feature can be accessed through a Haldex Info Center or through PC
Diagnostics and the appropriate adapter.
Installation:
Installation of the PLC systems can be completed in 4 easy steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Installation of wheel speed sensors and related hardware, if required (see
page 4 - 5).
Installation of ABS Relay Valve(s) and related hardware (see page 6 - 9,
13 - 18).
Installation of electrical system (see pages 22, 34 - 38, 49 - 53) PLC,
PLC Plus and PLC Select).
Final system checkout (see pages 23 - 25, 39 - 40, 54 - 55).
An important consideration of installing ABS is placement of the wheel sensors. This is
especially true when an ABS relay (modulator) valve controls multiple axles. Haldex
recommends that the sensors be placed on the axle that will lock first during a brake
application. Information on which axle that is mostly likely to lock is included in this
Manual. Refer to (pages 6 - 11) for sensor placement on standard suspension configurations.
In the Event of a Malfunction:
In the event of a failure in the permanent power circuit, the system will receive power from
the stoplight circuit and work normally. If the power fails in both circuits, the system reverts to a standard braking system. Refer to the Troubleshooting section of this manual
on pages 26 - 31, 41 - 46, 56 - 61 and the diagnostics section on (pages 62 - 71).
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Sensor Block Installation
No more than .080”
off center
.156 ± .031"
Sensor
Centerline (CL)
Exciter Ring
B
Block
C
Exciter Ring
± 2.5°
CL
A
Block
CL
Centerline (CL)
No more than .080”
off center
Sensor
± 2.5°
.156 ± .031"
Sensor Block;
allowable placement
9 O'clock
3 O'clock
Axle
Figure 1
Sensor Block
Sensor Clip
Sensor Block Installation:
Sensor
The clearance between block and exciter ring should be 0.156 ± .031”. Any deviation
from this clearance as a result of hub exciter ring position must be approved by the
sensor manufacturer. The radial clocking position should be between 9 and 3 O’clock
see Figure 1A. While the ABS performance is not affected with the sensor located in
the lower half of the axle, the structural integrity of the axle could be compromised. The
sensor block should not interfere with any wheel end hardware.
In general, the position of the wheel speed sensor center axis to the exciter ring surface
should be as close as possible to a 90° angle in both directions (see Figure 1B).
Deviation will result in a reduction of the wheel speed sensor signal output.
The sensor block must be mounted to provide adequate sensor to exciter ring contact.
When the sensor is pushed against the exciter ring, the centerline of the sensor should
be no more than .080” above or .080” below the centerline of the exciter teeth (see
Figure 1C).
Note: The sensor block is generally welded to the axle. Refer to axle
manufacturer’s manual to insure that welding won’t affect structural integrity.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Exciter Ring Installation
125
Figure 2
.530
.470
R .06
.03 X 15° Chamfer
125
6.00 Dia.
Maximum
Seal Bore
6.501
6.499 Dia.
100 Tooth
Exciter Ring
Exciter Ring Machining:
1. Remove the hub and drum assemblies of all wheel ends.
2. Ensure the hub has a seal bore of 6.00” inches or less (see figure 2).
3. Machine area to the dimensions indicated in Figure 2.
Figure 3
Hub
Press the exciter ring right to the
shoulder allowing no gaps
Exciter Ring
Exciter Ring Installation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Heat the exciter ring uniformly to approximate 350° F.
Place the exciter ring on the machined area of the axle hub (see figure 3).
Make sure the exciter ring fits squarely onto the machined surface of the hub.
When the exciter ring cools, it will shrink fit on the hub.
Make sure the exciter ring fits tightly onto the machined area and does not slip.
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Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
2S/1M Configurations:
Sensors should be installed on the axle that locks first when the trailer is loaded.
Recommended locations are shown below. The 1A sensor should be installed on the
curb side, and the 1B sensor should be installed on the road side of the trailer.
Make sure sensors are pushed firmly against the exciter rings.
Dollies and Single Axle Trailers:
Use 6 port valve
Use 2 port valve
Use 2 port valve
Multi- Axle Trailers
Use 4 or 6 port Valve
Spring Suspension
Air Suspension
Sensor
Fitting
ECU w/ABS Valve
King Pin
6
Spring Suspension
Air Suspension
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
2S/2M Configurations:
Sensors should be installed on the axle that locks first when the trailer is loaded.
Recommended locations are shown below. The 2A sensor should be installed on the
curb side, and the 2B sensor should be installed on the road side of the trailer.
Make sure sensors are pushed firmly against the exciter rings.
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.
Multi-Axle Trailers:
Sensor
ECU w/Valve
Valve
King Pin
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Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
4S/2M Axle-by-Axle Configurations:
The placement of the sensors at the wheel end is an important consideration. Incorrect
installation of the sensors and exciters will result in poor or no ABS operation. Sensors
connected to yellow leads must sense the wheel controlled by the valve connected to
the yellow valve lead. Similarly, sensors connected to blue leads must sense the wheel
controlled by the valve connected to the blue lead.
In the case of a 4S/2M Axle-By-Axle configuration, the blue modulator lead must be
connected to the valve that controls the front axle wheel ends and is sensed by the blue
sensors (3A and 2A). The yellow valve cable lead must be connected to the valve that
controls the rear axle wheel ends and is sensed by the yellow sensors (3B and 2B).
The schematic below shows the proper placement of the sensor and valve leads (the
king pin indicates the front of the trailer). Make sure sensors are pushed firmly
against the exciter rings.
Wrong
Multi-Axle Trailers:
Sensor
ECU w/Valve
Valve
King Pin
8
Correct
Wrong
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
4S/2M Side-by-Side Configurations:
The placement of the sensors at the wheel end is an important consideration. Incorrect
installation of the sensors and exciters will result in poor or no ABS operation. Sensors
connected to yellow leads must sense the wheel controlled by the valve connected to
the yellow valve lead. Similarly, sensors connected to blue leads must sense the wheel
controlled by the valve connected to the blue lead.
In the case of a 4S/2M Side-By-Side configuration, the blue modulator lead must be
connected to the valve that controls the curb side wheel ends and are sensed by the
blue sensors (3A and 2A). The yellow valve cable lead must be connected to the valve
that controls the road side wheel ends and are sensed by the yellow sensors (3B and
2B). The schematic below shows proper placement of the sensor and valve leads (king
pin indicates the front of the trailer). Make sure sensors are pushed firmly against the
exciter rings.
Wrong
Correct
Wrong
Multi-Axle Trailers:
Sensor
ECU w/Valve
Valve
King Pin
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
4S/2M Axle-by-Axle Lift Control:
Lift Axle
Lift Axle
2A
2B
2B
2A
3B
3A 3B
3A
Wrong
Wrong
Lift Axle
Lift Axle
2A 2B
2A
3A
Correct
3B
2B
3B
3A
Correct
On 4S/2M Axle-By-Axle installations, sensed wheels (wheels with ABS sensors) can not
be lift axles. Lifting a sensed axle in this configuration will create an ABS fault. ABS
operation will then be suspended until the power has been cycled and all sensed
wheels are again rolling on the road surface.
Note:
Indirectly controlled axles (axles without sensors, but controlled by ABS valves) may be
lifted regardless of the configuration.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
4S/2M Side-by-Side Lift Control:
Lift Axle
Lift Axle
2A
2A
3A
3A
2B
2B
3B
Correct
3B
Wrong
Lift Axle
2A
3A
Lift Axle
2A
3A
Correct
2B
3B
2B
3B
Correct
On 4S/2M Side-By-Side installations, the sensed wheels “3A” and “3B” can be used on
a lift axle. The sensed wheels “2A” and “2B” must remain on the ground at all
times.
Attention:
The trailer has to roll over 6 MPH with the lift axle UP, after each ignition key “on” cycle
in order for the ABS system to recognize that a lift axle is present. Once this is done, the
axle can be raised or lowered without issue for that ignition “on” cycle. If the trailer rolls
over 6 MPH with the lift axle down after an ignition “on” cycle, lifting the axle will cause
an ABS fault to occur.
Note:
Indirectly controlled axles (axles without sensors, but controlled by ABS valves)
may be lifted regardless of the configuration.
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Wheel Speed Sensor Installation
Cable Routing:
Block
Clip
Sensor
Tie strap
Push sensor
firmly against
exciter
3-Way Clip
(optional)
Lightly grease
the sensor
with a lithium
based
grease. Use
Dow Corning
Molycoat
CU7439 or
equivalent.
Sensor Cable
Clip
3-WayClip
6-12”
Sensor cable clip or
Double tie straps
recommended
Leave some slack in cable to accommodate
movement between components. Bundle
excess cable with tie straps as shown below.
4” Diameter Loops
Long (dog bone) cable
Tie strap
4” Diameter Loop
Don’t over tighten tie straps.
This could cause a cable failure,
especially where attached to air
lines, since air lines flex.
1. Insert the sensor clip into the sensor block.
2. Insert the sensor into the sensor clip and push until it is firmly against the exciter
ring. (First grease the sensor with a lithium based grease.)
3. Route all sensor cables through vacant bolt holes, etc. Use a grommet or
corrugated tubing when the cable is touching sharp edges.
4. Attach cable ties as needed to ensure the cable is secured.
5. Typical routing of cable is along the brake chamber air hose (see detail above).
6. Use sensor cable clip (highly recommended) or double tie straps when attaching the
cables to the air lines.
7. Sensor cable clip or double tie straps should be no closer than 6” and no farther
then 12” inches apart.
Use caution when attaching tie straps to air lines. Over tightening can cause a
cable failure down the road.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
ABS System Plumbing
2S/1M FFABS System Plumbing:
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Install fittings into valve. Sealant is not required on plastic threads or on fittings that
go into plastic. Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate
the air system.
2. For plastic ports, hand tighten fittings then rotate 1 to 1 1/2 additional turns. The
maximum torque valve allowed is 210 in-lb.
3. Install valve nipple into reservoir port. Rotate valve by hand until resistance is felt.
4. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
5. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant sparingly on all
fittings (Loctite PST565 or similar).
PLC Select
Note: This End Up
(Alternate ECU)
Jam Nut
(torque 30 ft.lb.)
ECU
Solenoid
Control
(with serviceable filter)
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Reservoir Port
Service Brake
Delivery (4 places)
Spring Brake
Delivery (2 places)
Supply (Emergency)
(with serviceable filter)
All ports are 3/8” except nipple (1/2” or 3/4”). Torque to 210 in. lb. max (plastic threads)
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ABS System Plumbing
2S/1M ABS Relay System Plumbing:
When an ABS Relay Valve is used,
a Spring Brake Control Valve is required
such as a Haldex RT4 Valve.
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Apply sealant sparingly to fittings, or use fittings with pre-applied sealant, and install
into valve. Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate the
air system.
2. Install heavy wall nipple into valve reservoir port. Thread nipple into reservoir. Rotate
valve by hand until resistance is felt.
3. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
4. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant sparingly on all
fittings (Loctite PST565 or similar).
Supply (Emergency)
Note: This End Up
Control
PLC Select
(Alternate ECU)
Supply (Emergency)
Spring Brake
Delivery (4 places)
Solenoid
Control
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
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Service Brake
Delivery (6 places)
ECU
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
ABS System Plumbing
2S/2M ABS Relay System Plumbing:
When an ABS Relay Valve is used,
a Spring Brake Control Valve is required
such as a Haldex RT4 Valve.
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Apply sealant sparingly to fittings, or use fittings with pre-applied sealant, and install
into valve. Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate the
air system.
2. Install heavy wall nipple into valve reservoir port. Thread nipple into reservoir. Rotate
valve by hand until resistance is felt.
3. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
4. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant sparingly on all
fittings (Loctite PST565 or similar).
Supply
(Emergency)
Control
Note: This End Up
ECU
Spring Brake
Delivery (4 places)
Solenoid
Control
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Service Brake
Delivery (2 places)
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
ABS System Plumbing
4S/2M Axle-By-Axle FFABS System Plumbing:
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Apply sealant sparingly to fittings, or use fittings with pre-applied sealant, and install
into valve. Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate the
air system.
2. Install heavy wall nipple into valve reservoir port. Thread nipple into reservoir. Rotate
valve by hand until resistance is felt.
3. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
4. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant sparingly on all
ECU
fittings (Loctite PST565 or similar).
Solenoid
Note: This End Up
Solenoid
Control
Reservoir Port
Jam Nut
(torque 30 ft.-lb.)
Service Brake Delivery
(2 places)
Service Brake
Delivery (2 places)
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
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Control
(with Serviceable Filter)
Spring Brake Delivery
(2 places)
Supply/Emergency
(with Serviceable Filter)
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
ABS System Plumbing
4S/2M Axle-By-Axle Relay System Plumbing:
When an ABS Relay Valve is used,
a Spring Brake Control Valve is required
such as a Haldex RT4 Valve.
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Apply sealant sparingly to fittings, or use fittings with pre-applied sealant, and install
into valve. Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate the
air system.
2. Install heavy wall nipple into valve reservoir port. Thread nipple into reservoir. Rotate
valve by hand until resistance is felt.
3. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
4. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant sparingly on all
fittings (Loctite PST565 or similar).
ECU
Note: This End Up
Supply
(Emergency)
Control
Solenoid
Control
Spring Brake
Delivery (4 Places)
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Service Brake
Delivery (2 places)
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
ABS System Plumbing
4S/2M Side-By-Side FFABS System Plumbing:
Service/
Control
Emergency/
Supply
1. Apply sealant to fittings, or use fittings with pre-applied sealant, and install into valve.
Do not use teflon tape on fittings. It can break off and contaminate the air system.
2. Install heavy wall nipple into valve reservoir port. Thread nipple into reservoir. Rotate
valve by hand until resistance is felt.
3. Using a wrench on the nipple hex, continue tightening valve to the correct valve
orientation (see detail below).
4. Attach hoses to appropriate brake chambers. Use thread sealant on all fittings
(Loctite PST565 or similar).
Note: This End Up
Note: This End Up
ECU
Solenoid
Solenoid
Control
Control
with Serviceable
Filter
Service Brake Delivery
(2 places)
Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
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Tighten nipple
(Torque 50 ft. lb.)
Reservoir Port
Service Brake Delivery
(2 places)
Spring Brake Delivery
(2 places)
Supply/Emergency
with Serviceable Filter
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
PLC Family Application
Platform:
PLC Select
Most compact package
with a No-Loom design
offers the best in ABS
solution for 2S/1M Applications.
Configurations:
Application:
2S/1M
Single Axle Dollies
Tandem Axle Dollies
Single Axle Trailers
Tandem Axle Trailers
Tri-axle Trailers
PLC
Self-configuring design,
from 2S/1M, 2S/2M, and
4S/2M, offers a flexible ABS
solution for all applications with
a single ECU.
2S/1M, 2S/2M, 4S/2M
Single Axle Trailers
Tandem Axle Trailers
Tri-axle Trailers
Single Axle Dollies
Tandem Axle Dollies
PLC Plus
Feature rich design
encompass all the
flexibility of the PLC
platform with added control
and monitoring capabilities
for a variety of auxiliary
functions to provide
preventive maintence,
warning, and operational
benefits.
2S/1M, 2S/2M, 4S/2M Plus Aux. Functions
Single Axle Trailers
Tandem Axle Trailers
Tri-axle Trailers
Single Axle Dollies
Tandem Axle Dollies
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
PLC Select ABS Information
PLC Select ABS
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Hareware - PLC Select
ABS Relay Valve
FFABS Valve
7.1” Swing Radius
3-Way Clip
(Optional)
Sensor
7.1” Swing Radius
ABS Lamp
Tie Strap
Power Cable
Sensor Cable
Clip
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2S/1M System Wiring - PLC Select
2S/1M System Wiring:
Legend
Sensor Cable
1A
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Power Cable
Valve Cable
Power
Connection
Sensor
Connection
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
1B
Sensor
Connection
7 Way Wiring
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9” min.
to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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ABS Road Test - PLC Select
Installation Test - PLC Select:
ECU
Power Connection
Modulator Valve
Solenoid Cable
Wheel Speed
Sensor (S1A) (Curb Side)
Wheel Speed
Sensor (S1B) (Road Side)
This step will ensure the ABS system (less power cable and warning lamp) is
functioning properly, before the bogey is assembled to the trailer.
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger), and interface cable with a Packard 5
pin male power connector and an ABS test light attached, and shop air.
Procedure:
1. Charge the supply and service air systems.
2. Connect test power cable to wiring harness power lead.
3. ABS valve should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air from the valve.
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
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Production Testing - PLC Select
End of Line ABS Check:
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger) and shop air.
Procedure:
1. Charge the supply and service air system.
2. Apply power source to 7-way receptacle.
3. The ABS Valve should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air from the valve.
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
5. If desired, information such as the name of the Inspector, the date inspected, or the Trailer
VIN can be stored in the ABS ECU using a PC, in conjunction with Haldex’s PC Diagnostics
software.
Note:
If ABS light never illuminates, or stays illuminated
during the ABS check, refer to the Troubleshooting Section of this Manual (see pages 30 - 31).
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Road Test - PLC Select
Road Test - PLC Select:
To check the operation of the entire ABS system, connect a tractor to the trailer and
charge the trailer’s air tanks. Turn on the ignition key and ensure that the warning light
comes on briefly, then goes out. Pull the trailer at a speed above 6 mph and make a
brake application until the tractor-trailer has come to a complete stop. Verify that the
ABS light has remained OFF. If the light remains OFF, the system is functioning
properly. If the ABS system detected an error during the stop, the warning light will be
ON. If the light never comes ON when the ignition is turned ON, then refer to the
“Troubleshooting - No ABS Warning Light Illumination” section of this Manual (see page
31). If the light stays ON with the ignition key on, refer to the “Troubleshooting ABS Warning Light Illuminates; Stays On Permanently” section of this Manual (see
page 30).
Notes:
1. Disconnect power from the ABS system before testing or making any
repairs.
2. Most ABS problems are related to: A) Cut, corroded, or abraded wires. B) Corroded
connectors and 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.
3. After making any repairs go to the “Diagnostic Tools” section of this Manual (see
page 25 - 30) to confirm that the Fault is corrected. If a Fault # 11, 12, 21, 22, 41 or
42 has occurred, and has been corrected, the code will read an “07”. The trailer
must then be driven above 6 mph for the ABS warning light to turn OFF.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Diagnostic Tools - PLC Select:
Blink Codes:
ABS fault codes can be accessed using the ABS Light
without the use of any other tools. The Blink code “Simple Fault Mode” diagnostics can
be activated by pressing on the brake pedal to activate the trailer brakes and switching
ignition power on, off, then back on in 1 second intervals. See Blink Code information
on Pages 63 - 66.
PLC Info Center:
The PLC Info Center has a screen that can display ABS fault codes
plus a number of other items. The PLC Info Center only needs to be
connected to vehicle power and ground. (A diagnostic interface cable
is available to accommodate this connection.)
Available functions include:
1. View active fault codes (2 digit code) and fault occurrance count.
2. View stored fault codes and fault occurrance count.
3. Clear stored fault codes.
4. View wheel speed sensor identification corresponding to each individual
wheel when a wheel is rotated.
5. View sensor and valve configuration code.
6. View ABS ECU type and serial number.
7. Energize individual valve solenoids.
8. Odometer
A. View Odometer, Tire Scale Factor, Service Interval and Trip Distance.
B. Set Odometer units (miles or kilometers), Scale Factor and Service Interval.
9. Monitor and control trailer auxiliary devices such as: lift axle, dome light, low reservoir,
door ajar, overload, etc. (when used with PLC Plus ABS)
PLC PC Diagnostics:
PLC PC Diagnostics displays the most
9 to 25
information. Fuunctions available include: Way Cable
1. View ABS ECU Part Number.
2. Save ABS diagnostic results for a print out
of test verification.
3. Read/ Write data internally to ABS ECU.
Minimum Requirements: Pentium II,
32 MB Ram, 233 MHz, Windows 95B,
RS232 9 pin com port
Diagnostic
Interface
Cable
J1708/ PLC
Adapter
ABS PC Diagnostic
Software
PLC Interface Cable
Note: PLC Info Center and PLC PC Diagnostics are not compatible with older
generations of ABS manufactured prior to March 2001.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Troubleshooting - PLC Select:
Code 00, 07, A7, or C0:
This indicates that the system is working OK.
1. “00” with the trailer moving or “07” with the trailer not moving indicates there are no
active faults.
2. “A4”, “A7”, and “A8” are configuration codes and may or may not be present.
3. “C0” indicates that the ABS is a 2S/1M system.
Code 01, or 02:
This Indicates that a wheel speed sensor or its wiring has a short or open circuit.
1. Disconnect the relevant sensor connector from the sensor and measure the
resistance between the two pins in the sensor connector housing. The ohmmeter
reading for the sensor should be between 980 and 2350 ohms. The sensor should
be replaced if the reading is outside of these limits.
2. The connections and sensor cable can be disconnected at the ECU to check for
open or shorts. If there is a sensor extension cable attached to the sensor, test this
separately for continuity. Replace any defective hardware and retest.
Code 11, or 12 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that the output of a wheel speed sensor of a moving trailer is insufficient.
1. The most likely reason for this is the gap between one sensor and the exciter is too
great. Measure the AC voltage at the sensor in question while rotating the wheel at a
rate of about 1 revolution every two seconds. The output should be at least 200
millivolts. If the output is less than 200 millivolts, try pushing in the sensor until it
touches the exciter. If this doesn’t correct the problem, then replace the sensor.
2. If the gap on both sensors is too great, you may not get a fault. If the ECU isn’t
getting voltage from any sensor it will assume that the trailer is not moving, even
when it is. If you suspect this is the case, check each wheel separately for sensor
output.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Troubleshooting - PLC Select:
Code 21, or 22 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that there is an intermittent loss of a sensor signal when the trailer is traveling
down the road. This type of fault is often difficult to diagnose.
1. The most likely causes include: a broken sensor retaining clip, a damaged or misaligned exciter, or excessive wheel bearing end play*. Check components at the
affected wheel.
2. Other possible causes are: a loose, damaged, or corroded sensor electrical
connection or a break in the cable. Check the connectors for these items. If the
connections look good, then look for visual external damage to the cable. Replace
any suspect components and retest.
* Ensure that the wheel bearings are torqued per the manufacture’s specification.
Code 41 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that a wheel is slow to come back up to speed when ABS releases the brake
during an ABS event.
1. The most likely causes include: a dragging brake, a pinched or kinked delivery hose,
or defective modulator valve, or an unequal number of exciter teeth between wheels.
Check the brakes to ensure that they release completely. Look for visual external
damage to the delivery hoses or delivery tubing. Replace any defective hardware
and retest.
Code 61, or 67:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has an open circuit internally.
1. The most likely causes include: a bad solenoid or a loose solenoid connection.
Disconnect the solenoid and check the resistance at the solenoid pins. Readings
across the two bottom pins should be between 7 and 9 ohms. Check the female
terminals on the connector for excessive pin spread or corrosion. Replace defective
hardware as required and retest.
2. Additional possible causes are: a bad solenoid cable or loose connection. Remove
the Valve Cable from the ECU and check for continuity. Repair or replace.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Troubleshooting - PLC Select:
Code 71, or 77:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to ground (negative).
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged cable or solenoid. An example of this is
a worn or chafed cable that has exposed wires contacting the trailer. Disconnect the
solenoid connector and check for continuity between each solenoid terminal and
trailer ground. Next remove the valve cable from the ECU and check for continuity
between pins and trailer ground. If the resistance is less than 10M ohms in any
case, replace suspect hardware and retest. If the code still exists, than the ECU is
likely defective.
Code 81, or 87:
Indicates that the solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to B+ (positive 12 volts).
1. The most likely cause is a damaged cable or solenoid. Remove the valve cable
from the ECU and test for continuity and trailer B+, with power disconnected. If the
resistance is less than 10M ohms in any case, replace suspect hardware and retest.
If the code still exists, then the ECU is likely defective.
Code 90:
Indicates that ABS voltage is below about 8.5 volts. This fault will disappear when the
voltage exceeds 8.5 volts, without the ignition being recycled.
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged or corroded wire, terminal, or splice in
the ABS power supply circuit. Check the voltage drop between the SAE J560 7-way
and the ABS ECU. The voltage drop should not exceed 2 volts. Remove the power
cable from the ECU and test for continuity with power disconnected.
2. If power is coming from somewhere other than the tractor; make sure the tester
battery is fully charged or the voltage converter has adequate DC voltage and current
capacity. Do NOT use a battery charger.
3. Another possible cause is undersized wiring. Recommended vehicle harness wire
sizes are 10 gauge for power (permanent and stoplight) and 8 gauge for ground.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Troubleshooting - PLC Select:
Code 92:
Indicates that the ABS voltage is above 16.5 volts.
1. The most likely cause is a malfunctioning voltage regulator or tester power supply
set too high. If this occurs while troubleshooting the trailer without a tractor
connected, verify that the tester power supply is below 16 volts before proceeding.
Code 80, 93, 99, E0-E9, or EA-EF:
Indicates that the ECU is likely defective.
1. Replace the ECU and retest to confirm problem is resolved.
Code CA, CC:
1. A “CA” code is an invitation to “clear all” stored faults stored in memory. Note that if
dynamic faults are stored in memory, the ABS Warning Lamp may remain ON until
the trailer is driven above 6 mph. If the Lamp remains ON, the fault still exist. Correct the problem and retest, then clear stored faults from memory.
2. A “CC” code will be displayed during the third consecutive time that a “Clear All” is
attempted. This is an invitation to “Clear Configuration” and should be avoided.
This is only used to reconfigure the ABS to a 2S/1M after it has been configured to a
2S/2M or 4S/2M. If a “CC” is displayed, power the system down and power back
up.
ABS Warning Light Stays On Permanently:
Upon power up of the ABS system, the ABS warning light should come ON for about 3
seconds, then go OFF. If the light stays ON, it may be caused by improper light wiring,
or by a fault in the ABS system.
1. Check for diagnostic fault codes. If anything other than an “07” is displayed, review
the “Troubleshooting” section of this Manual for possible solutions. After the problem
is repaired, clear all stored faults.
2. If an “07” is displayed but there was an, 11, 12, 21, 22, or 41 stored in memory, then
correct the problem and drive. The trailer needs to be driven above 6 mph to get the
ABS light to turn OFF.
3. If there are no stored faults and an “07” is displayed, and the ABS light is still ON,
then the ABS light is miswired. Remove the main wire harness 5 pin connector at
the ECU and verify continuity between pin “D” and the trailer 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.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Select
Troubleshooting - PLC Select:
No ABS Warning Light Illumination:
1. Check the bulb to verify that it is functional. If not functional, replace it.
2. Verify that there is power to the ECU. Disconnect the main wire harness 5 pin
connector and check for B+ (positive power) between either pin A or pin B and
ground, (pin A requires a brake application, as it is stoplight power). The voltage
drop between the SAE J560 7-way and the ECU should not exceed 2 volts. If no
power exists at either pin, then check continuity from these pins to the SAE J560 7way connector red and blue circuits. Make necessary repairs and retest.
3. If the problem is still present, remove the main wire harness 5 pin connector at the
ECU and verify continuity between pin “D” and the 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.
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PLC ABS Information
PLC ABS
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Hardware - PLC ABS
ABS Relay Valve
FFABS Valve
*
7.28” Swing Radius
Clasp
PLC Loom
7.28” Swing Radius
Sensor
Tie Strap
Sensor Cable
Clip
Power Cable
3-Way Clip
(Optional)
ABS Lamp
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2S/1M System Wiring - PLC ABS
2S/1M System Wiring - PLC ABS:
Legend
Sensor Cable
Power Cable
Wire
Harness
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Valve Cable
1A
Sensor
Connection
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
Sensor
Connection
1B
7 Way Wiring
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
A (B+ Stop)
SAE J560
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
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Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
2S/2M System Wiring - PLC ABS
2S/2M System Wiring - PLC ABS:
Legend
Sensor Cable
Power Cable
Wire
Harness
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Valve Cable
2A
Sensor
Connection
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
Sensor
Connection
2B
7 Way Wiring
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
A (B+ Stop)
SAE J560
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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4S/2M Axle-By-Axle System Wiring - PLC ABS
Legend
Sensor Cable
2B
Power Cable
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Wire
Harness
Valve Cable
2A
Sensor
Connection
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
3B
Sensor
Connection
3A
7 Way Wiring
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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4S/2M Side-By-Side System Wiring - PLC ABS
Legend
Sensor Cable
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
2A
Power Cable
Wire
Harness
3A
Valve Cable
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
Sensor
Connection
2B
3B
Sensor
Connection
7 Way Wiring
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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Harness Connetion - PLC ABS
Harness Connection - PLC ABS:
Care must be taken when attaching the wiring harness to the ECU. The clasp and bail
latch must be properly latched to ensure trouble-free ABS operation.
ECU
PLC ABS
Bail Latch
Clasp
Support Clasp
Step #1
Open the clasp by inserting a
screwdriver into the clip slot
and prying forward.
"click"
Step #2
Connect the wiring harness to
the ECU (listen for 2 “clicks”
as the latches fall into place).
"click"
Step #3
Close the clasp and lock into place.
Band should completely cover the enlarged
portion of the wiring harness overmold.
Step #4
Slide the bail latch over the ears on the loom to
complete the assembly.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Production Testing - PLC ABS
Installation Test - PLC ABS:
This step will ensure the ABS system (less power cable and warning lamp) is
functioning properly, before the bogey is assembled to the trailer.
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger), and interface cable with a Packard 5
pin male power connector and an ABS test light attached, and shop air.
Procedure:
5 pin
1. Charge the supply and service air systems.
2. Connect test power cable to wiring harness power lead.
3. ABS valves should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air for each valve;
and each valve will only exhaust once:
a. 2S/1M : The Red Channel will exhaust
b. 2S/2M or 4S/2M : The Blue Channel will exhaust first, then the Yellow Channel
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
End of Line ABS Check:
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger) and shop air.
Procedure:
1. Charge the supply and service air system.
2. Apply power source to 7-way receptacle.
3. The ABS Valve(s) should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air for each
valve; and each valve will only exhaust once:
a. 2S/1M: the Red Channel will exhaust.
b. 2S/2M or 4S/2M : the Blue Channel will exhaust first, then the Yellow Channel.
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
5. If desired, information such as the name of the Inspector, the date inspected, or the
Trailer VIN can be stored in the ABS ECU using a PC, in conjunction with Haldex’s
PC Diagnostics software (see page 41.)
Note:
If ABS light never illuminates, or stays illuminated
during the ABS check, refer to the Troubleshooting Section of this Manual (see page 42- 46).
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Road Test - PLC ABS
Road Test - PLC ABS:
PLC 19 pin connector
To check the operation of the entire ABS system, connect a tractor to the trailer and
charge the trailer’s air tanks. Turn on the ignition key and ensure that the warning light
comes on briefly, then goes out. Pull the trailer at a speed above 6 mph and make a
brake application until the tractor-trailer has come to a complete stop. Verify that the
ABS light has remained OFF. If the light remains OFF, the system is functioning
properly. If the ABS system detected an error during the stop, the warning light will be
ON. If the light never comes ON when the ignition is turned ON, then refer to the
“Troubleshooting - No ABS Warning Light Illumination” section of this Manual see page
46. If the light stays ON with the ignition key on, refer to the “Troubleshooting ABS Warning Light Illuminates; Stays On Permanently” section of this Manual (see
page 45).
Modulator Hold Yel (Red: 2S/1M)
Trailer Lamp
Modulator Dump Yel (Red: 2S/1M)
B- Permanent and Stop Light
Cab Lamp
Perm B+
Modulator Common Yel (Red: 2S/1M)
Sensor 2A HI
Modulator Common Blue
B+ Stop Light
Modulator Hold Blue
Sensor 2A LO
Modulator Dump Blue
Sensor 3B LO (1B LO: 2S/1M)
Sensor 3B HI (1B HI: 2S/1M)
Sensor 3A HI
Sensor 2B HI (1A HI: 2S/1M)
Sensor 3A LO
Sensor 2B LO (1A LO: 2S/1M)
Notes:
1. Disconnect power from the ABS system before testing or making any
repairs.
2. Most ABS problems are related to: A) Cut, corroded, or abraded wires. B) Corroded
connectors and 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.
3. After making any repairs go to the “Diagnostic Tools” section of this Manual (see
page 41) to confirm that the Fault is corrected. If a Fault # 11 thru 16, 21 thru 26, or
41 thru 43 has occurred, and has been corrected, the code will read an “07”. The
trailer must then be driven above 6 mph for the ABS warning light to turn OFF.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS
Diagnostic Tools - PLC ABS:
Blink Codes:
ABS fault codes can be accessed using the ABS Light
without the use of any other tools. The Blink code “Simple Fault Mode” diagnostics can
be activated by pressing on the brake pedal to activate the trailer brakes and switching
ignition power on, off, then back on in 1 second intervals. See Blink Code information
on Pages 63 - 66.
PLC Info Center:
The PLC Info Center has a screen that can display ABS fault codes
plus a number of other items. The PLC Info Center only needs to be
connected to vehicle power and ground. (A diagnostic interface cable
is available to accommodate this connection.)
Available functions include:
1. View active fault codes (2 digit code) and fault occurrance count.
2. View stored fault codes and fault occurrance count.
3. Clear stored fault codes.
4. View wheel speed sensor identification corresponding to each individual
wheel when a wheel is rotated.
5. View sensor and valve configuration code.
6. View ABS ECU type and serial number.
7. Energize individual valve solenoids.
8. Odometer
A. View Odometer, Tire Scale Factor, Service Interval and Trip Distance.
B. Set Odometer units (miles or kilometers), Scale Factor and Service Interval.
9. Monitor and control trailer auxiliary devices such as: lift axle, dome light, low reservoir,
door ajar, overload, etc. (when used with PLC Plus ABS)
PLC PC Diagnostics:
PLC PC Diagnostics displays the most
9 to 25
information. Functions available include:
Way Cable
1. View ABS ECU Part Number.
2. Save ABS diagnostic results for a print out
of test verification.
3. Read/ Write data internally to ABS ECU.
Minimum Requirements: Pentium II,
32 MB Ram, 233 MHz, Windows 95B,
RS232 9 pin com port
Diagnostic
Interface
Cable
J1708/ PLC
Adapter
ABS PC Diagnostic
Software
PLC Interface Cable
Note: PLC Info Center and PLC PC Diagnostics are not compatible with older
generations of ABS manufactured prior to March 2001.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS
Troubleshooting - PLC ABS:
Code 00, 07, A4, A7, C0 or C1 or C2:
This indicates that the system is working OK.
1. “00” with the trailer moving or “07” with the trailer not moving indicates there are no
active faults.
2. “A4” ,“A7”, and “A8” are configuration codes and may or may not be present.
3. “C0”, “C1”, or “C2” indicate that the ABS is a 2S/1M, 2S/2M or 4S/2M system.
Code 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, or 06:
This Indicates that a wheel speed sensor or its wiring has a short or open circuit.
1. Disconnect the relevant sensor connector from the sensor and measure the
resistance between the two pins in the sensor connector housing. The ohmmeter
reading for the sensor should be between 980 and 2350 ohms. The sensor should
be replaced if the reading is outside of the limits.
2. The main wire harness 19 pin connector can be disconnected at the ECU to check
for open or shorts in the sensor cables. Sensor cable pins are #2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12,
13, and 19 . Check for open and short circuits between the connector and its related
cable end. Also check for damaged harness pins. If there is a sensor extension
cable attached to the wire harness, test this separately for continuity. Replace any
defective
hardware and retest.
3. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU.
Secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that the output of a wheel speed sensor of a moving trailer is insufficient.
1. The most likely reason for this is the gap between one sensor and the exciter is too
great. Measure the AC voltage at the sensor in question while rotating the wheel at a
rate of about 1 revolution every two seconds. The output should be at least 200
millivolts. If the output is less than 200 millivolts, try pushing in the sensor until it
touches the exciter. If this doesn’t correct the problem, then replace the sensor.
2. If the gap on all sensors is too great, you may not get a fault. If the ECU isn’t getting
voltage from any sensor it will assume that the trailer is not moving, even when it is. If
you suspect this is the case, check each wheel separately for sensor output.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS
Troubleshooting - PLC ABS:
Code 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, or 26 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that there is an intermittent loss of a sensor signal when the trailer is traveling
down the road. This type of fault is often difficult to diagnose.
1. The most likely causes include: a broken sensor retaining clip, a damaged exciter,
or excessive wheel bearing end play*. Check components at the affected wheel.
2. Other possible causes are: a loose, damaged, or corroded sensor electrical
connection or a break in the cable. Check the connectors for these items. If the
connections look good, then look for visual external damage to the cable. Replace
any suspect components and retest.
* Ensure that the wheel bearings are torqued per the manufacture’s specification.
Code 41, 42 or 43 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that a wheel is slow to come back up to speed when ABS releases the brake
during an ABS event.
1. The most likely causes include: a dragging brake, a pinched or kinked delivery hose,
or defective modulator valve, or an unequal number of exciter teeth between wheels.
Check the brakes to ensure that they release completely. Look for visual external
damage to the delivery hoses or delivery tubing. Replace any defective hardware
and retest.
Code 61, 62, 63, 67, 68, or 69:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has an open circuit internally.
1. The most likely causes include: a bad solenoid or a loose solenoid connection.
Disconnect the solenoid and check the resistance at the solenoid pins. Readings
across the two bottom pins should be between 7 and 9 ohms. Check the female
terminals on the connector for excessive pin spread or corrosion. Replace defective
hardware as required and retest.
2. Additional possible causes are: a bad solenoid cable, the main wire harness 19 pin
connector is not completely latched into the ECU, or a harness pin is
damaged or bent. Remove the harness from the ECU and check for continuity
between pins 7, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 and their related terminals on the cable end.
Repair as required and retest.
3. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS
Troubleshooting - PLC ABS:
Code 71, 72, 73, 77, 78, or 79:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to ground (negative).
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged cable or solenoid. An example of this is
a worn or chafed cable that has exposed wires contacting the trailer. Disconnect the
solenoid connector and check for continuity between each solenoid terminal and
trailer ground. Next remove the main wire harness 19 pin connector and check for
continuity between the trailer ground and pins 7, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18. If the resistance is less than 10M ohms in any case, replace suspect hardware and retest. If
the code still exists, than the ECU is likely defective.
2. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 81, 82, 83, 87, 88, or 89:
Indicates that the solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to B+ (positive 12 volts).
1. The most likely cause is a damaged cable or solenoid. Remove the harness from
the ECU and test for continuity between pins 7, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 and trailer B+,
with power disconnected. If the resistance is less than 10M ohms in any case,
replace suspect hardware and retest. If the code still exists, then the ECU is likely
defective.
2. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 90:
Indicates that ABS voltage is below about 8.5 volts. This fault will disappear when the
voltage exceeds 8.5 volts, without the ignition being recycled.
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged or corroded wire, terminal, or splice in
the ABS power supply circuit. Check the voltage drop between the SAE J560 7-way
and the ABS ECU. The voltage drop should not exceed 2 volts. Remove the power
cable from the ECU and test for continuity with power disconnected.
2. If power is coming from somewhere other than the tractor; make sure the tester
battery is fully charged or the voltage converter has adequate DC voltage and current
capacity. DO NOT use a battery charger.
3. Another possible cause is undersized wiring. Recommended vehicle harness wire
sizes are 10 gauge for power (permanent and stoplight) and 8 gauge for ground.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS:
Code 92:
Indicates that the ABS voltage is above 16.5 volts.
1. The most likely cause is a malfunctioning voltage regulator or tester power supply
set too high. If this occurs while troubleshooting the trailer without a tractor
connected, verify that the tester power supply is below 16 volts before proceeding.
Code 80, 93, 99, E0-E9, or EA-EF:
Indicates that the ECU is likely defective.
1. Replace the ECU and retest to confirm problem is resolved.
Code CA, CC:
1. A “CA” code is an invitation to “clear all” stored faults stored in memory. Note that if
dynamic faults are stored in memory, the ABS Warning Lamp may remain ON until
the trailer is driven above 6 mph. If the Lamp remains ON, the fault still exist. Correct the problem and retest, then clear stored faults from memory.
2. A “CC” code will be displayed during the third consecutive time that a “Clear All” is
attempted. This is an invitation to “Clear Configuration” and should be avoided.
This is only used to reconfigure the ABS to a 2S/1M after it has been configured to a
2S/2M or 4S/2M. If a “CC” is displayed, power the system down and power back
up.
ABS Warning Light Stays On Permanently:
Upon power up of the ABS system, the ABS warning light should come ON for about 3
seconds, then go OFF. If the light stays ON, it may be caused by improper light wiring, or
by a fault in the ABS system.
1. Check for diagnostic fault codes. If anything other than an “07” is displayed, review the
“Troubleshooting” section of this Manual for possible solutions. After the problem is
repaired, clear all stored faults.
2. If an “07” is displayed but there was a 11-16, 21-26, or 41-43 stored in memory, then
correct the problem and drive the trailer above 6 mph to get the ABS light to turn OFF.
3. If there are no stored faults and an “07” is displayed, and the ABS light is still ON, then
the ABS light is mis-wired. Remove the main wire harness 19 pin
connector at the ECU and verify continuity between pin #10 and the trailer light. (Pin
#10 and the light should be connected through pin “D” of the Delphi “Packard” 5 pin
power connection.) 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.
4. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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Troubleshooting - PLC ABS:
No ABS Warning Light Illumination:
1. Check the bulb to verify that it is functional. If not functional, replace it.
2. Verify that there is power to the ECU. Disconnect the main wire harness 19 pin
connector and check for B+ (positive power) between either pin #1 or #3 and ground
pin #8 (pin #3 requires a brake application as it is stoplight power). The voltage
drop between the SAE J560 7-way and the ECU should not exceed 2 volts. If no
power exists at either pin, then check continuity from these pins to the SAE J560 7way connector red and blue circuits. Make necessary repairs and retest.
3. If the problem is still present, remove the main wire harness 19 pin connector at the
ECU and verify continuity between pin #10 and the light (pin #10 and the light should
be connected through pin “D” of the Delphi “Packard” 5 pin power connection.) 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.
4. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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PLC PLUS Information
PLC PLUS
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Components - PLC PLUS
*
FFABS Valve
ABS Relay Valve
7.28” Swing Radius
Clasp
PLC PLUS Loom
7.28” Swing Radius
Tie Strap
Sensor
Sensor Cable
Clip
Power Cable
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3-Way Clip
(Optional)
ABS Lamp
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
2S/1M System Wiring - PLC PLUS
2S/1M System Wiring - PLC ABS:
Legend
Sensor Cable
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Power Cable
Valve Cable
Wire
Harness
1A
Auxiliary Cables
Sensor
Connection
(Auxillary Cables
PLC Plus Only)
Sensor
Connection
1B
7 Way Wiring
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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2S/2M System Wiring - PLC PLUS
2S/2M System Wiring - PLC ABS:
Legend
Sensor Cable
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Power Cable
Valve Cable
Wire
Harness
2A
Auxiliary Cables
Sensor
Connection
(Auxillary Cables
PLC Plus Only)
Sensor
Connection
2 B
7 Way Wiring
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
Cover all exposed connections before painting
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
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Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
4S/2M Axle-By-Axle System Wiring - PLC PLUS
Legend
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Sensor Cable
2B
Power Cable
Valve Cable
Wire
Harness
2A
Auxiliary Cable
Sensor
Connection
(Auxillary Cables
PLC Plus Only)
3B
Sensor
Connection
7 Way Wiring
3A
Cover all exposed connections before painting
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
Power Connector Pins
A (B+ Stop)
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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4S/2M Side-By-Side System Wiring - PLC PLUS
Legend
Solenoid Connection
Hand Tighten Collar
Sensor Cable
2A
Wire
Harness
Power Cable
Valve Cable
3A
Auxiliary Cable
Sensor
Connection
(Auxillary Cables
PLC Plus Only)
2B
Sensor
Connection
7 Way Wiring
3B
Cover all exposed connections before painting
Apply dielectric grease to
all electrical connections
ABS Light (Mounted on road side of
trailer, at the rear.)*
SAE J560
A (B+ Stop)
Power Connector Pins
B
B (B+ Perm)
E (Ground)
A
E
C (Cab Light)
D (Trailer Light)
D
C
* Distance of ABS Lamp
from red rear clearance
side marker lamp:5.9”
min. to 23” inches max.
Note:
Federal regulations require that new trailers, starting 3/1/2001, have the capability to
provide an ABS fault signal from the trailer ABS into the tractor. Haldex provides two
(2) options for this, one is through Industry standard “PLC 4 Trucks” multiplexing (the
signal is carried on Pin 7), and the other is a hard wire (through Pin C of the power
connector via the ISO 3731 connector). The requirement for the trailer mounted ABS
lamp remains in effect until March of 2009.
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Harness Connetion - PLC PLUS
Harness Connection - PLC Plus:
Care must be taken when attaching the wiring harness to the ECU. The clasp and bail
latch must be properly latched to ensure trouble-free ABS operation.
ECU
PLC PLUS
Bail Latch
Support Clasp
Clasp
Step #1
Open the clasp by inserting a
screwdriver into the clip slot
and prying forward.
"click"
"click"
Step #2
Connect the wiring harness to
the ECU (listen for 2 “clicks”
as the latches fall into place).
Step #3
Close the clasp and lock into place.
Band should completely cover the enlarged
portion of the wiring harness overmold.
Step #4
Slide the bail latch over the ears on the loom to
complete the assembly.
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Installation Test - PLC Plus:
This step will ensure the ABS system (less power cable and warning lamp) is
functioning properly, before the bogey is assembled to the trailer.
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger), and interface cable with a Packard 5
pin male power connector and an ABS test light attached, and shop air.
Procedure:
5 pin
1. Charge the supply and service air systems.
2. Connect test power cable to wiring harness power lead.
3. ABS valves should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air for each valve;
and each valve will only exhaust once:
a. 2S/1M : The Red Channel will exhaust
b. 2S/2M or 4S/2M : The Blue Channel will exhaust first, then the Yellow Channel
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
End of Line ABS Check:
Test Equipment:
12 VDC power source (do not use a battery charger) and shop air.
Procedure:
1. Charge the supply and service air system.
2. Apply power source to 7-way receptacle.
3. The ABS Valve(s) should “blow down” first. You will hear a brief shot of air for each
valve; and each valve will only exhaust once:
a. 2S/1M: the Red Channel will exhaust.
b. 2S/2M or 4S/2M : the Blue Channel will exhaust first, then the Yellow Channel.
4. The ABS light should illuminate for about 3 seconds and then turn off.
5. If desired, information such as the name of the Inspector, the date inspected, or the
Trailer VIN can be stored in the ABS ECU using a PC, in conjunction with Haldex’s
PC Diagnostics software.
Note:
If ABS light never illuminates, or stays illuminated
during the ABS check, refer to the Troubleshooting Section of this Manual (see pages 57 - 61).
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Road Test - PLC PLUS
PLC PLUS
28 - pin connector
To check the operation of the entire ABS system, connect a tractor to the trailer and charge
the trailer’s air tanks. Turn on the ignition key and ensure that the warning light comes on
briefly, then goes out. Pull the trailer at a speed above 6 mph and make a brake
application until the tractor-trailer has come to a complete stop. Verify that the ABS light
has remained OFF. If the light remains OFF, the system is functioning properly. If
the ABS system detected an error during the stop, the warning light will be ON. If the light
never comes ON when the ignition is turned on, then refer to the “Troubleshooting - No
ABS Warning Light Illumination” section of this Manual (see page 61). If the light stays
ON with the ignition key on, refer to the “Troubleshooting - ABS Warning Light
Illuminates; Stays On Permanently” section of this Manual (see page 60).
Sensor 3B HI
Sensor 3B LO
Sensor 3A HI
Blue Valve Common
Yellow Valve Common
Analog Ground
B- Ground
Auxiliary Ground
Auxiliary 1 Input/Output
Yellow Valve Hold
Trailer Lamp ABS (Hi Side Drive)
Trailer Lamp Auxiliary (Hi Side Drive)
20
10
1
21
11
2
22
12
3
23
13
4
24
14
5
25
15
6
26
16
7
27
17
8
28
18
9
19
Sensor 2A HI
Sensor 2B LO
Sensor 3A LO
Blue Valve Hold
Sensor 2A LO
Sensor 2B HI
Blue Valve Dump
Yellow Valve Dump
B+ Stoplamp Power
B+ Permanent Power
Analog 1 Input (Slow)
Analog +5V Output
Auxiliary 2 I/O
In Cab Lamp (LO Side Drive) Open on Loom
Analog 2 Input (Fast)
Auxiliary 3 Input Only
Notes:
1. Disconnect power from the ABS system before testing or making any repairs.
2. Most ABS problems are related to: A) Cut, corroded, or abraded wires. B)
Corroded connectors and 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.
3. After making any repairs go to the “Diagnostic Tools” section of this Manual (see
page 56) to confirm that the Fault is corrected. If a Fault # 11 thru 16, 21 thru 26, or
41 thru 43 has occurred, and has been corrected, the code will read an “07”. The
trailer must then be driven above 6 mph for the ABS warning light to go OFF.
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Diagnostic Tools - PLC PLUS:
Blink Codes:
ABS fault codes can be accessed using the ABS Light
without the use of any other tools. The Blink code “Simple Fault Mode” diagnostics can
be activated by pressing on the brake pedal to activate the trailer brakes and switching
ignition power on, off, then back on in 1 second intervals. See Blink Code information
on Pages 63 - 66.
PLC Info Center:
The PLC Info Center has a screen that can display ABS fault codes
plus a number of other items. The PLC Info Center only needs to be
connected to vehicle power and ground. (A diagnostic interface cable
is available to accommodate this connection.)
Available functions include:
1. View active fault codes (2 digit code) and fault occurrance count.
2. View stored fault codes and fault occurrance count.
3. Clear stored fault codes.
4. View wheel speed sensor identification corresponding to each individual
wheel when a wheel is rotated.
5. View sensor and valve configuration code.
6. View ABS ECU type and serial number.
7. Energize individual valve solenoids.
8. Odometer
A. View Odometer, Tire Scale Factor, Service Interval and Trip Distance.
B. Set Odometer units (miles or kilometers), Scale Factor and Service Interval.
9. Monitor and control trailer auxiliary devices such as: lift axle, dome light, low reservoir,
door ajar, overload, etc. (when used with PLC Plus ABS)
PLC PC Diagnostics:
PLC PC Diagnostics displays the most
9 to 25
information. Functions available include:
Way Cable
1. View ABS ECU Part Number.
2. Save ABS diagnostic results for a print out
of test verification.
3. Read/ Write data internally to ABS ECU.
Minimum Requirements: Pentium II,
32 MB Ram, 233 MHz, Windows 95B,
RS232 9 pin com port
Diagnostic
Interface
Cable
J1708/ PLC
Adapter
ABS PC Diagnostic
Software
PLC Interface Cable
Note: PLC Info Center and PLC PC Diagnostics are not compatible with older
generations of ABS manufactured prior to March 2001.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Plus:
Code 00, 07, A4, A7, C0 or C1 or C2:
This indicates that the system is working OK.
1. “00” with the trailer moving or “07” with the trailer not moving indicates there are no
active faults.
2. “A4”, “A7”, and “A8” are configuration codes and may or may not be present.
3. “C0”, “C1”, or “C2” indicate that the ABS is a 2S/1M, 2S/2M or 4S/2M system.
Code 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, or 06:
This Indicates that a wheel speed sensor or its wiring has a short or open circuit.
1. Disconnect the relevant sensor connector from the sensor and measure the
resistance between the two pins in the sensor connector housing. The ohmmeter
reading for the sensor should be between 980 and 2350 ohms. The sensor should
be replaced, if the reading is outside of the these limits.
2. The main wire harness 28 pin connector can be disconnected, at the ECU to check
for open or shorts in the sensor cables. Sensor cable pins are #1, 2, 10, 11, 12, 20,
21, and 22 on PLC PLUS. Check for open and short circuits between the connector
and its related cable end. Also check for damaged harness pins. If there is a sensor
extension cable attached to the wire harness, test this separately for continuity.
Replace any defective hardware and retest.
3. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU.
Secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that the output of a wheel speed sensor of a moving trailer is insufficient.
1. The most likely reason for this is the gap between one sensor and the exciter is too
great. Measure the AC voltage at the sensor in question while rotating the wheel at a
rate of about 1 revolution every two seconds. The output should be at least 200
millivolts. If the output is less than 200 millivolts, try pushing in the sensor until it
touches the exciter. If this doesn’t correct the problem, then replace the sensor.
2. If the gap on all sensors is too great, you may not get a fault. If the ECU isn’t getting
voltage from any sensor it will assume that the trailer is not moving, even when it is. If
you suspect this is the case, check each wheel separately for sensor output.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Plus:
Code 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, or 26 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that there is an intermittent loss of a sensor signal when the trailer is traveling
down the road. This type of fault is often difficult to diagnose.
1. The most likely causes include: a broken sensor retaining clip, a damaged exciter,
or excessive wheel bearing end play*. Check components at the affected wheel.
2. Other possible causes are: a loose, damaged, or corroded sensor electrical
connection or a break in the cable. Check the connectors for these items. If the
connections look good, then look for visual external damage to the cable. Replace
any suspect components and retest.
* Ensure that the wheel bearings are torqued per the manufacture’s specification.
Code 41, 42 or 43 (Occurs when the trailer is moving):
Indicates that a wheel is slow to come back up to speed when ABS releases the brake
during an ABS event.
1. The most likely causes include: a dragging brake, a pinched or kinked delivery hose,
or defective modulator valve, or an unequal number of exciter teeth between wheels.
Check the brakes to ensure that they release completely. Look for visual external
damage to the delivery hoses or delivery tubing. Replace any defective hardware
and retest.
Code 61, 62, 63, 67, 68, or 69:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has an open circuit internally.
1. The most likely causes include: a bad solenoid or a loose solenoid connection.
Disconnect the solenoid and check the resistance at the solenoid pins. Readings
across the two bottom pins should be between 7 and 9 ohms. Check the female
terminals on the connector for excessive pin spread or corrosion. Replace defective
hardware as required and retest.
2. Additional possible causes are: a bad solenoid cable, the main wire harness 28 pin
connector is not completely latched into the ECU, or a harness pin is
damaged or bent. Remove the harness from the ECU and check for continuity
between pins #3, 4, 13, 14, 23, and 24 and their related terminals on the cable end.
Repair as required and retest.
3. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Plus:
Code 71, 72, 73, 77, 78, or 79:
Indicates that a solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to ground (negative).
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged cable or solenoid. An example of this is
a worn or chafed cable that has exposed wires contacting the trailer. Disconnect the
solenoid connector and check for continuity between each solenoid terminal and
trailer ground. Next remove the main wire harness 28 pin connector and check for
continuity between the trailer ground and pins 3, 4, 13, 14, 23, and 24. If the resistance is less than 10M ohms in any case, replace suspect hardware and retest. If
the code still exists, than the ECU is likely defective.
2. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 81, 82, 83, 87, 88, or 89:
Indicates that the solenoid or its cable has a short circuit to B+ (positive 12 volts).
1. The most likely cause is a damaged cable or solenoid. Remove the harness from
the ECU and test for continuity between pins 3, 4, 13, 14, 23, and 24 and trailer B+
power connection, with power disconnected. If the resistance is less than 10M
ohms in any case, replace suspect hardware and retest. If the code still exists, then
the ECU is likely defective.
2. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
Code 90:
Indicates that ABS voltage is below about 8.5 volts. This fault will disappear when the
voltage exceeds 8.5 volts, without the ignition being recycled.
1. The most likely causes include: a damaged or corroded wire, terminal, or splice in
the ABS power supply circuit. Check the voltage drop between the SAE J560 7-way
and the ABS ECU. The voltage drop should not exceed 2 volts. Remove the power
cable from the ECU and test for continuity with power disconnected.
2. If power is coming from somewhere other than the tractor; make sure the tester
battery is fully charged or the voltage converter has adequate DC voltage and current
capacity. DO NOT use a battery charger.
3. Another possible cause is undersized wiring. Recommended vehicle harness wire
sizes are 10 gauge for power (permanent and stoplight) and 8 gauge for ground.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Plus:
Code 92:
Indicates that the ABS voltage is above 16.5 volts.
1. The most likely cause is a malfunctioning voltage regulator or tester power supply
set too high. If this occurs while troubleshooting the trailer without a tractor
connected, verify that the tester power supply is below 16 volts before proceeding.
Code 80, 93, 99, E0-E9, or EA-EF:
Indicates that the ECU is likely defective.
1. Replace the ECU and retest to confirm problem is resolved.
Code CA, CC:
1. A “CA” code is an invitation to “clear all” stored faults stored in memory. Note that if
dynamic faults are stored in memory, the ABS Warning Lamp may remain on until the
trailer is driven above 6 mph. If the Lamp remains ON, the fault still exist. Correct
the problem and retest, then clear stored faults from memory.
2. A “CC” code will be displayed during the third consecutive time that a “Clear All” is
attempted. This is an invitation to “Clear Configuration” and should be avoided.
This is only used to reconfigure the ABS to a 2S/1M after it has been configured to a
2S/2M or 4S/2M. If a “CC” is displayed, power the system down and power back
up.
ABS Warning Light Stays On Permanently:
Upon power up of the ABS system, the ABS warning light should come ON for about 3
seconds, then go OFF. If the light stays ON, it may be caused by improper light wiring, or
by a fault in the ABS system.
1. Check for diagnostic fault codes. If anything other than an “07” is displayed, review the
“Troubleshooting” section of this Manual (pages 57 - 61) for possible solutions. After
the problem is repaired, clear all stored faults.
2. If an “07” is displayed but there was a 11-16, 21-26, or 41-43 stored in memory, then
correct the problem and drive the trailer above 6 mph to get the ABS light to turn OFF.
3. If there are no stored faults and an “07” is displayed, and the ABS light is still ON, then
the ABS light is mis-wired. Remove the main wire harness 28 pin
connector at the ECU and verify continuity between pin #15 and the trailer light. (Pin
#15 and the light should be connected through pin “D” of the Delphi “Packard” 5 pin
power connection.) 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.
4. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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Troubleshooting - PLC Plus:
No ABS Warning Light Illumination:
1. Check the bulb to verify that it is functional. If not functional, replace it.
2. Verify that there is power to the ECU. Disconnect the main wire harness 28 pin
connector and check for B+ (positive power) between either pin #5 and 6 and
ground pin #26 (Pin #5 requires a brake application as it stoplight power). The
voltage drop between the SAE J560 7-way and the ECU should not exceed 2 volts.
If no power exists at either pin, then check continuity from these pins to the SAE
J560 7-way connector red and blue circuits. Make necessary repairs and retest.
3. If the problem is still present, remove the main wire harness 28 pin connector at the
ECU and verify continuity between pin #15 and the trailer light. (Pin #15 and the light
should be connected through pin “D” of the Delphi “Packard” 5 pin power connection.) 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.
4. Be sure to listen for two clicks when reconnecting the main wire harness to the ECU
and secure the connection with the attached metal clasp and bail latch.
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Diagnostics
Info Center
7-Way Diagnostic
Interface Cable
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Diagnostics
Blink Code Diagnostics:
There are 4 Blink Code modes:
Mode:
Description
Ignition Cycles (1 second ON/ 1 second OFF)
1
Simple / Wheel Speed Mode
ON, off, ON
2
Active Faults Mode
ON, off, ON, off, ON
3
Stored Faults / Clear Mode
ON, off, ON, off, ON, off, ON
4
Configuration Mode
ON, off, ON, off, ON, off, ON, off, ON
Procedure For Activating Blink Code Diagnostics:
1. The trailer must be stationary.
2. The trailer must be connected to a DC-power supply (8-14 volts). Do not use a
battery charger.
3. Constant power (8-14 volts) must be provided to the stoplight circuit (apply trailer
brakes).
4. Ignition power must be cycled on and off (trailer auxiliary circuit) to reach the desired
mode (shown above).
Note: Stoplight and ignition power must be independent for blink code troubleshooting. If ignition power is required to be on for your brake light to operate, then
the blink code diagnositcs will not function.
Procedure Notes:
1. Once entered, a mode can only be terminated by completely disconnecting all trailer
power.
2. All modes repeat endlessly. Each repeat is separated by 10 seconds of continuous
lamp energization.
3. All codes are separated by 2 seconds of lamp OFF.
4. All fault codes are followed by an occurrence count which is displayed at a much
faster rate than the fault code.
Simple Mode Diagnostics:
This mode has a shortened list of fault codes that will display. Faults are grouped to
simplify the diagnostics. Up to 3 active codes will display at one time. These faults need
to be repaired before other active faults can be displayed. See Simple Mode Faults
Code Table on next page.
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Diagnostics
Blink Code Diagnostics:
Mode 1 - Simple Mode Diagnostics Faults Table (ON, OFF, ON):
ITEM
FLASH C OU N T
AC TU AL FAU LT
System OK
Lamp Stays On
07
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, 87
Blue Valve
8 Flashes
62, 68, 72, 78, 82, 88
Yellow Valve
9 Flashes
63, 69, 73, 79, 83, 89
Low Voltage
10 Flashes
90
EC U Fai lure
11 Flashes
93, 99, E-C odes
Note: If the simple mode does not show a fault code, but the ABS lamp remains “ON”
after powering the ABS, there maybe dynamic faults stored in the memory. In this case,
proceed to the stored fault mode of diagnostics.
Wheel Speed Mode:
Wheel Speed Mode is accessible only when in Simple Mode. This Mode is not
activated until the ECU has received a signal from the wheel speed sensor of a
spinning wheel. The hold solenoid of the modulator associated with the particular
sensed spinning wheel will be cycled. The blink codes 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 lamp will remain on after the wheel is
stopped, until the next wheel is rotated.
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Diagnostics
Blink Code Diagnostics:
Mode 2 - Active Fault Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
When the Active Fault Mode is enabled (see page 63), the ABS lamp 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 67 - 71.
Mode 3 - Stored (Passive) Faults Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
In this mode (see page 63) the ABS lamp displays a numerical fault code sequence for
each stored fault. All stored faults (not currently active) are displayed in this mode. The
lamp will display up to nine passive stored faults at a time. The most recent stored fault
is displayed last. The blink codes used in the Passive Stored Fault Mode are related to
the Haldex standard fault codes and are shown on pages 67 - 71.
Clearing Stored Codes:
The passive stored fault codes may be cleared by switching ignition power off and on
twice during the 10 seconds of lamp energization that occurs prior to each repeat of the
fault code blink sequence. The lamp will flash rapidly for 10 seconds to show that the
faults are being erased.
Active / Stored Mode Fault Occurrences:
The fault code blink sequence is followed by the occurrence count for that fault in either
the Active or Passive Mode. The occurrence count is displayed at a much faster rate in
order to differentiate between the code and its occurrence count.
Active / Stored Fault Mode Notes:
1. A “zero” for codes such as “01” is indicated by a two second lamp “ON”condition. All
other digits are indicated by a half second lamp “ON” condition.
Example:
Fault code “23” is indicated by the lamp flashing ON twice for one
half second each time - followed by two seconds of lamp unlit followed bye three 1/2 second flashes. The third flash is the
occurance count and as 1/4 second flashes.
2. There is a two second lamp “OFF” delay between the digits in each code.
3. Code 07 (system OK, vehicle at rest) is displayed as a continuous Lamp “ON”
condition.
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Diagnostics
Blink Code Diagnostics:
Mode 4 - Configuration Mode (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON):
This Mode displays Configuration and Auxiliary Codes. The Configuration Code is
displayed prior to Auxiliary Codes. The tables below show a list of Configuration
Codes and a list of Auxiliary Codes which are supported by Blink Codes. Auxiliary
Codes are displayed low to high. Each blink code digit will refer to a digit in the Haldex
configuration codes.
Clear Configuration Mode:
The configuration codes may be cleared by switching ignition power off and on twice
during the 10 seconds of lamp energization that occurs prior to each repeat of the fault
code blink sequence. The lamp will flash rapidly for 10 seconds to indicate that the
configuration has been erased from the ECU’s memory. The ECU will then store its full
configuration on the next power up.
C onfig
C ode
Axle Lifted
S en so r U sed
Modulators U sed
C0
1
2S/1M
S 1A S 1B
RED
C1
2
2S/2M
S 2A S 2B
BLUE, YELLOW
C2
3
4S/2M
S 3A S 2A S 2B S 3B
BLUE, YELLOW
C3
4
4S/2M
(S3A) S2A S2B (S3B)
BLUE, YELLOW
Aux
C ode
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B links Function
B links
2 or 3
D escription
A0
1
Not Appli cable
A1
2
Not Appli cable
A2
3
Not Appli cable
A3
4
Not Appli cable
A4
5
No load sense valve - momentari ly di splayed when power i s appli ed.
A5
6
Not Appli cable
A6
7
Not Appli cable
A7
8
SLH programmi ng for yellow valve channel (red valve i s 2S/1M)
A8
9
MSLH programmi ng for yellow valve channel (red valve i s 2S/1M)
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Diagnostics
Diagnostic Codes:
CODE: EXPLANATION:
SOLUTION:
ABS is operational
P LC
Select
P LC
P LC
P LU S
x
x
x
00
No Fault found - wheel speed is over 6 mph
01
Red channel wheel speed sensor wiring S1A has Check cable connections then replace cable or
an Open or Short circuit.
sensor as necessary.
x
x
x
02
Red channel wheel speed sensor wiring S1B has Check cable connections then replace cable or
an Open or Short circuit.
sensor as necessary.
x
x
x
03
Blue channel wheel speed sensor wiring S2A has Check cable connections then replace cable or
an Open or Short circuit.
sensor as necessary.
x
x
04
Yellow channel wheel speed sensor wiring S2B
has an Open or Short circuit.
Check cable connections then replace cable or
sensor as necessary.
x
x
05
Blue channel wheel speed sensor wiring S3A has Check cable connections then replace cable or
an Open or Short circuit.
sensor as necessary.
x
x
06
Yellow channel wheel speed sensor wiring S3B
has an Open or Short circuit.
Check cable connections then replace cable or
sensor as necessary.
x
x
07
NO FAULT FOUND.
ABS ECU is fully operational. Displays: "07"< 6 mph.
x
x
x
11
Red channel speed sensor S1A gap too large.
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
x
12
Red channel speed sensor S1B gap too large.
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
x
13
Blue channel speed sensor S2A gap too large.
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
14
Yellow channel speed sensor S2B gap too large. Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
15
Blue channel speed sensor S3A gap too large.
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
16
Yellow channel speed sensor S3B gap too large. Check gap & alignment between sensor and exciter
Gap should be kept to a minimum.
ring. Sensor may be defective.
x
x
20
Incorrect exciter (tone) ring used.
x
x
Check number of teeth on exciter ring. Number of
teeth should be uniform for all wheel ends.
x
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Diagnostics
Diagnostic Codes:
CODE: EXPLANATION:
SOLUTION:
P LC
Select
P LC
P LC
P LU S
21
Red channel wheel speed sensor S1A
has an erratic output voltage.
Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
X
22
Red channel wheel speed sensor S1B
has an erratic output voltage.
Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
X
23
Blue channel wheel speed sensor S2A
has an erratic output voltage.
Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
24
Yellow channel wheel speed sensor S2B Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
has an erratic output voltage.
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
25
Blue channel wheel speed sensor S3A
has an erratic output voltage.
Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
26
Yellow channel wheel speed sensor S3B Check cable connections; sensor/exciter ring misaligned,
has an erratic output voltage.
damaged sensor cable, sensor, exciter, or wheel bearing.
X
X
30
Auxiliary channel 0 fault (digital channel
0) I/O
Check digital cable connections, auxiliary box relay failure
X
31
Auxiliary channel 1 fault (digital channel
1) I/O
Check digital cable connections, auxiliary box relay failure
X
32
Auxiliary channel 2 fault (digital channel
2) I/O
Check digital cable connections, auxiliary box relay failure
X
33
Auxiliary channel 3 fault (digital channel
3) Input only
Check digital cable connections, auxiliary box relay failure
X
34
Auxiliary channel 4 fault (analog channel Check analog cable connections
1) Input only
X
35
Auxiliary channel 5 fault (analog channel Check analog cable connections
2) Input only
X
37
Lamp signaled by external device
40
Sensor wiring crossed across an axle
68
Check sensor cable connections.
X
X
X
X
X
X
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
Diagnostics
Diagnostic Codes:
CODE: EXPLANATION:
SOLUTION:
P LC
Select
P LC
P LC
P LU S
X
X
X
41
Slow wheel recovery on Red valve
channel.
Check for mechanical faults i.e. dragging brake, restricted
piping or defective valve.
42
Slow wheel recovery on Blue valve
channel.
Check for mechanical faults i.e. dragging brake, restricted
piping or defective valve.
X
X
43
Slow wheel recovery on yellow valve
channel
Check for mechanical faults i.e. dragging brake, restricted
piping or defective valve.
X
X
61
Hold solenoid Open circuit on Red valve Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel may
channel.
be defective.
X
X
62
Hold solenoid Open circuit on Blue valve Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
channel.
be defective.
X
X
63
Hold solenoid Open circuit on Yellow
valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
may be defective.
X
X
67
Dump solenoid Open circuit on Red
valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel may
be defective.
X
X
68
Dump solenoid Open circuit on Blue
valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
be defective.
X
X
69
Dump solenoid Open circuit on Yellow
valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
may be defective.
X
X
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Hold solenoid Short circuit to ground on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel may
Red valve channel.
be defective.
X
X
72
Hold solenoid Short circuit to ground on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
Blue valve channel.
be defective.
X
X
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Hold solenoid Short circuit to ground on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
Yellow valve channel.
may be defective.
X
X
77
Dump solenoid Short circuit to ground
on Red valve channel
X
X
X
X
78
Dump solenoid Short circuit to ground
on Blue valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel
valve be defective.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
be defective.
X
X
X
X
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Diagnostics
Diagnostic Codes:
CODE: EXPLANATION:
SOLUTION:
P LC
Select
P LC
P LC
P LU S
X
X
79
Dump solenoid short circuit to ground
on Yellow valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
may be defective.
80
Output leakage or poor insulation on
any of the valve channels.
Check all valves and ECU. Any one of these could be defective.
X
X
X
81
Hold solenoid short circuit to B+ on
Red valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel may
be defective.
X
X
X
82
Hold solenoid short circuit to B+ on
Blue valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
be defective.
X
X
83
Hold solenoid short circuit to B+ on
Yellow valve channel.
Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
may be defective.
X
X
87
Dump solenoid output shorted to B+ on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Red valve channel may
Red valve channel.
be defective.
X
X
88
Dump solenoid output shorted to B+ on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Blue valve channel may
Blue valve channel.
be defective.
X
X
89
Dump solenoid output shorted to B+ on Check cable connections. Solenoid on Yellow valve channel
Yellow valve channel.
may be defective.
X
X
90
Low supply Voltage fault. Does NOT
latch. Is not stored in memory
Power supply voltage level at ECU is less than required. DO
NOT USE A BATTERY CHARGER AS POWER SUPPLY.
X
X
X
91
No internal ABS ECU solenoid voltage Faulty power supply or fuse blown. No Solenoid Valve power
available.
source.
X
X
X
92
Power input Over Voltage fault.
X
X
X
93
Short circuit on ABS ECU internal relay. Defective ABS ECU, valve cable, or solenoid.
X
X
X
99
ABS Corrupt Memory
Defective ABS ECU.
X
X
X
9A
ABS Corrupt Memory
Defective ABS ECU.
X
X
X
70
Power supply is over the 16 volt limit; voltage regulator
malfunction.
X
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Diagnostics
Diagnostic Codes:
CODE: EXPLANATION:
SOLUTION:
P LC
Select
P LC
P LC
P LU S
Auxiliary Codes: Codes A(x) displayed when power is applied to the ABS ECU. They should not be displayed for
more than 2 seconds; if codes remain permanently displayed, repair is necessary.
X
X
X
A7
Trailer: SLH on Yellow (Red 2S/1M)
channel.
Trailer: Auxiliary option on Yellow (Red 2S/1M) valve channel.
X
X
X
A8
Trailer: MSLH on Red channel.
(Steerable or single axles only).
Trailer: Auxiliary option on Red valve channel.
X
X
X
C0
2S/1M configuration
S1A , S1B sensors. Red modulator.
X
X
X
C1
2S/2M configuration
S2A , S2B sensors. Blue, yellow modulators.
X
X
C2
4S/2M configuration
S3A , S2A, S2B, S3B sensors. Blue, yellow modulators.
X
X
C3
4S/2M configuration
S3A , S2A, S2B, S3B sensors. Blue, yellow modulators. (S3A
and S3B lift axle sense)
X
X
CA
Erase memory invitation. (not a
configuration code).
X
X
X
CC
Erase configuration prompt (not a
configuration code).
X
X
X
CF
Unacceptable combination of sensors
and solenoids.
X
X
X
X
X
X
E(x) E0 thru EF are generated when internal ABS ECU is defective. Replace the ABS ECU.
Codes: problems exist within the ABS ECU.
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InfoCenter
PLC InfoCenter
Hand Held or Vehicle Mounted
ABS Diagnostic Tool
Instruction Manual
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I n n o v a t i v e V e h i c l e
T e c h n o l o g y
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Introduction
InfoCenter is a diagnostic tool used for readout of odometer and fault codes as well as other information as available in
the ABS Electronic Control Unit (ECU).
The InfoCenter is normally connected to the ECU’s power source. While the ECU is powered from its normal sources,
information is transferred to the InfoCenter on the permanent power. A power supply cable is included with the
InfoCenter. Optional 7-Way “T” Connector or In-Cab Cigarette Lighter Adapter is available.
InfoCenter has FLASH memory and can be reprogrammed when used in conjunction with our premium “PLC Plus” ABS
Platform. Contact Haldex Brake Systems for further details.
FUNCTIONS
Odometer:
ABS ECU Information:
Total Distance
Serial Number
Trip Distance
Product Code
Service/Interval Distance Setting
System Configuration
Tire Scale Setting
Diagnostics:
OK if No Fault Codes
Modulator Valve Tests
Current Fault Code
Trailer ABS In-Cab Warning Lamp Test
Store Fault Codes and Occurrence Count
Trailer Auxiliary Monitor and Control with
Sensor Check -- Wheel Speed Bars
INSTRUCTIONS
PLC Plus ABS
THE DISPLAY
THE LEGENDS
Flashing = ABS Communications
Some functions require you to
hold the function button for two
seconds; most, however, require
that you press the function
button only once.
When a COM FAIL message
appears, check ABS power and
press either button again.
Flashes for Suspension Control
Total Distance
Trip Distance
2 Dots above the Active Fault
ON = Scheduled Service Due
Flashing = Current ABS Fault
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION AND CONFIGURATION
ABS Product Type:
PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2S/1M, 2S/2M or 4S/2M
PLC SELECT . . . . . . . .2S/1M Only (Does Not Require A Wiring Harness)
PLC PLUS . . . . . . . . . .2S/1M, 2S/2M or 4S/2M (Optional Trailer Auxiliaries)
Configuration Codes: Figures in parentheses indicate sensing is disabled when axle is lifted.
CODE
FUNCTION
SENSORS USED (AXLE LIFTED)
MODULATORS USED
CFG C0
2S/1M
1A, 1B
Red
CFG C1
2S/2M
2A, 2B
Blue, Yellow
CFG C2
4S/2M
2A, 2B, 3A, 3B
Blue, Yellow
CFG C3
4S/2M
2A, 2B, (3A), (3B)
Blue, Yellow
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Table of Contents
Diagnostic Fault Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
Tire Scale Factor Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Power Up Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Diagnostic Mode: View/Clear Stored Fault Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Wheel Speed Sensor Output Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Odometer Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
* Clear Trip Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
* Set The Tire Scale Factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
* Set The Service Maintenance Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13
View ABS Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Modulator Valve Test (2S/1M Application) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Trailer ABS In-Cab Lamp Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Location of the PLC InfoCenter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
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 rresponsibility in
connection with this suitability.
Copyright 2002 by Haldex
Brake Systems Division
World Headquarters
10930 N. Pomona Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64153-1297
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All rights reserved.
Materials may only be reproduced with written permission of Haldex.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Diagnostic Fault Code List
NOTE: The codes listed here are indications of where to start your diagnostic investigation, NOT a
direction to necessarily replace the part(s) affected. Simple electronic tests (ie. continuity and ohms
resistance checks) will help pinpoint the problem.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
BLANK
DISPLAY
No supply on ignition switched line.
Fuse blown, InfoCenter or cable
fault, Open circuit B -.
SENSOR
BAR
Bar Displayed = Sensor Output O.K.
Spin one wheel at a time to check
for sensor output.
Check sensor resistance and
sensor to exciter alignment.
Bar Not Displayed = Sensor Output Low.
OPEN OR SHORT SENSOR OUTPUT GROUP
OK 00
S1A 01
S1B 02
S2A 03
S2B 04
S3A 05
S3B 06
OK 07
System is O.K. Vehicle is moving
1A sensor/wiring open or short circuit
1B sensor/wiring open or short circuit
2A sensor/wiring open or short circuit
2B sensor/wiring open or short circuit
3A sensor/wiring open or short circuit
3B sensor/wiring open or short circuit
System is O.K. vehicle is stationary
Indicates a wheel speed sensor or
its wiring has a short or open
circuit. Disconnect the relevant
sensor and measure the resistance
between the two pins in the sensor
connector housing. The ohmmeter
reading for the sensor should be
between 980 and 2350 ohms. The
sensor should be replaced, if this is
not the case. Refer to ABS Manual
L30030HBS to check ABS Harness.
LOW SENSOR OUTPUT GROUP (Dynamic Codes)
S1A 11
S1B 12
S2A 13
S2B 14
S3A 15
S3B 16
EXC 20
1A sensor system fault
1B sensor system fault
2A sensor system fault
2B sensor system fault
3A sensor system fault
3B sensor system fault
Incorrect exciter type
Sensor is worn or not properly
adjusted, wiring open or short
circuit, wheel bearing not properly
adjusted (these faults will only
occur at speeds greater than six
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. 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 should
be replaced.
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InfoCenter - Diagnostic Fault Code List
NOTE: The codes listed here are indications of where to start your diagnostic investigation, NOT a
direction to necessarily replace the part(s) affected. Simple electronic tests (ie. continuity and ohms
resistance checks) will help pinpoint the problem.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
INTERMITTENT LOW SENSOR OUTPUT GROUP (Dynamic Codes)
S1A 21
S1B 22
S2A 23
S2B 24
S3A 25
S3B 26
1A sensor system fault
1B sensor system fault
2A sensor system fault
2B sensor system fault
3A sensor system fault
3B sensor system fault
Loose sensor, connection, bracket
or exciter, damaged exciter, sensor
is not properly adjusted or has worn
cable insulation, wheel bearing
failure, wheel bearing is not
properly adjusted (these faults will
only occur at speeds greater than
six 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. 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 should be
replaced.
OPEN OR SHORT CIRCUIT AUXILIARY CHANNEL GROUP (PLC Plus Only)
CH0 30
CH1 31
CH2 32
CH3 33
CH4 34
CH5 35
EXT 37
Auxiliary channel 0 fault (digital channel 0) Input/Output
Auxiliary channel 1 fault (digital channel 1) Input/Output
Auxiliary channel 2 fault (digital channel 2) Input/Output
Auxiliary channel 3 fault (digital channel 3) Input Only
Auxiliary channel 4 fault (analog 1) Input Only
Auxiliary channel 5 fault (analog 2) Input Only
Lamp signaled by external device.
Analog or digital cable connections,
Auxiliary box relay failure. Refer to
ABS Manual L30030HBS to check
ABS Harness.
ONE WHEEL WITH SLOW RECOVERY GROUP
XSn 40
SLW41
SLW42
SLW43
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Sensor wiring crossed across an axle
Slow recovery of one wheel of red channel
Slow recovery of one wheel of blue channel
Slow recovery of one wheel of yellow channel
Slow brake release, foundation
brake mechanical faults, dry
bearings, broken spring, restricted
piping. Modulator fault. Check for
kinks and blockages etc. Incorrect
piping, wiring.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Diagnostic Fault Code List
NOTE: The codes listed here are indications of where to start your diagnostic investigation, NOT a
direction to necessarily replace the part(s) affected. Simple electronic tests (ie. continuity and ohms
resistance checks) will help pinpoint the problem.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
MODULATOR SOLENOID WIRING OR SOLENOID OPEN CIRCUIT GROUP
RDH 61
BUH 62
YEH 63
RDD 67
BUD 68
YED 69
Hold solenoid circuit fault, red channel.
Hold solenoid circuit fault, blue channel.
Hold solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, red channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, blue channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel.
Modulator valve 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. Readings across
the two bottom pins should be
between 7 and 9 ohms. Check
the female terminals on the
connector for excessive pin spread
or corrosion. Replace defective
hardware as required and retest.
Refer to ABS Manual L30030HBS
to check ABS Harness.
MODULATOR SOLENOID WIRING OR SOLENOID SHORT TO B- GROUP
RDH 71
BUH 72
YEH 73
RDD 77
BUD 78
YED 79
Hold solenoid circuit fault, red channel.
Hold solenoid circuit fault, blue channel.
Hold solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, red channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, blue channel.
Dump solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel.
Modulator valve solenoid failure,
or valve cable damage. The most
likely causes include: a damaged
cable or solenoid. An example of
this is a worn or chafed cable that
has exposed wires contacting the
trailer. Disconnect the indicated
solenoid and check the resistance
at the cable end of solenoid.
Readings from each bottom pin
to ground should be open circuit.
Disconnect the solenoid connector
and check for continuity between
each solenoid terminal and trailer
ground. Replace defective
hardware as required and retest.
Refer to ABS Manual L30030HBS
to check ABS Harness.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Diagnostic Fault Code List
NOTE: The codes listed here are indications of where to start your diagnostic investigation, NOT a
direction to necessarily replace the part(s) affected. Simple electronic tests (ie. continuity and ohms
resistance checks) will help pinpoint the problem.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
MODULATOR SOLENOID WIRING OR SOLENOID SHORT TO B+ GROUP
SOL 80
RDH 81
BUH 82
YEH 83
RDD 87
BUD 88
YED 89
Poor insulation in the modulator solenoid
or wiring fault
Hold solenoid circuit fault, red channel
Hold solenoid circuit fault, blue channel
Hold solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel
Dump solenoid circuit fault, red channel
Dump solenoid circuit fault, blue channel
Dump solenoid circuit fault, yellow channel
Modulator valve solenoid failure
or valve cable damage. Indicates
that the solenoid or its cable has a
short circuit to B+ (positive 12
volts). The most likely cause is a
damaged cable or solenoid.
Disconnect the indicated solenoid
and check the resistance at the
cable end at solenoid. Readings
from each bottom pin to B+ should
be an open circuit. Refer to ABS
Manual L30030HBS to check ABS
Harness.
SUPPLY VOLTAGE GROUP
BLO 90
ISO 91
BHI 92
Supply voltage at ECU less than 9V when a
solenoid is energized
Faulty supply from ISO 7638 Pin 1 or fuse blown
Supply voltage at the ECU greater than 16V
Verify +12V dc power source.
DO NOT USE BATTERY
CHARGER AS POWER SUPPLY.
ECU 93
ECU 99
ECU 9A
Internal ECU fault
Internal ECU fault
Internal ECU fault
ECU failure.
SYSTEM FUNCTION GROUP
NLV A4
SLH A5
SLH A6
SLH A7
SLH A8
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No load sensing valve installed
Select Low High Channel 1
Select Low High Channel 2 (blue)
Select Low High Channel 3 (2S/1M; red)
(4S/2M; yellow)
Modified Select Low High (2S/1M; red)
(4S/2M; yellow)
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Diagnostic Fault Code List
NOTE: The codes listed here are indications of where to start your diagnostic investigation, NOT a
direction to necessarily replace the part(s) affected. Simple electronic tests (ie. continuity and ohms
resistance checks) will help pinpoint the problem.
VARIOUS CODES
CLR CA
CLR CC
CFG CF
COM FAIL
STUCK BT
Erase stored faults
Clear configuration
Sensors and solenoid not connected.
Alternating with Code 90 (incomplete solenoid
function). Check ECU supply voltage.
Communication failure between ECU and InfoCenter. Verify Pin 7 of J560 has
+12 V. Press either button or repower to re-establish communications.
A button is stuck closed. Press either button or repower to re-establish
communications.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Tire Scale Factor Chart
Scaling
Factor
80T (miles)
Scaling
Factor
80T (km)
80T Smallest Tire
579
360
215/75R17.5
8R17.5
275/65R17.5HC
8.5R17.5
245/70R17.5
235/75R17.5
225/70R19.5
8.25R15
9R17.5HC
10R17.5
265/70R19.5
285/70R19.5
543
538
527
524
523
523
521
495
495
490
483
470
338
334
328
326
325
325
324
308
308
304
300
293
459
454
453
453
436
416
415
414
403
402
402
401
383
286
283
282
282
271
259
258
258
251
250
250
249
244
Trailer
Tire
Scaling
Factor
100T (miles)
Scaling
Factor
100T (km)
100T Smallest Tire
580
360
305/70R19.5
11R17.5HC
10.00R15TR
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
574
568
566
566
545
520
519
518
504
503
502*
501
491
357
353
352
352
339
323
323
322
313
313
313
312
305
11.00R20
305/75R24.5
11R24.5
10.00R22
12.00R20
425/65R22.5
11.00R22
488
488
478
478
472
471
466
303
303
297
297
294
293
290
80T Largest Tire
100T Largest Tire
391
391
243
243
* Factory Tire Scale Set At 502 Rev/Mile.
USEFUL NUMBERS:
1 mile = 1.6093 km
1 km = 0.6214 mile
SCALE FACTOR (SF) FOR OTHER TIRE SIZES:
80 OPTION 1: SF = (1000/Rc) x (T/100)
Rc = Rolling Circumference in meters
T = Exciter actual tooth count
OPTION 2:
SF = N x (T/100)
N = Revolutions per mile
T = Exciter actual tooth count
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Power Up Information
First screen displays
InfoCenter type:
PLC InfoCenter.
Next screen displays
ABS type: PLC, PLC
SLCT or PLC Plus ABS.
Next screen displays:
NLV A4 Auxiliary
Code A4.
Next screen displays:
SLH A7 or A8. Auxiliary
Codes A7 or A8.
-OR-
If powers up to an 07
code, vehicle is
stationary. ABS is fully
operational. If trailer
ABS lamp is still ON,
check stored faults. (See
Pages 1-5 for complete
fault code list.)
If fault code is present,
the display will power up
to the active fault code
(See Pages 1-5 for complete
fault code list.) An active
Next screen displays an
all Segment Display
Test.
Next screen displays
ABS Sensor/Valve
Configuration:
C0 2S/1M (equals two
sensors/one valve)
-OR-
If COM FAIL is
displayed, the ABS
system is not powered
up or only powered by
stoplight power.
fault code and a flashing
wrench will be displayed.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Diagnostic Mode: View/Clear Stored Faults
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary
ABS is fully operational.
Hold right button two
seconds until BUSY is
displayed.
The first stored fault is
displayed. Example:
67 fault, occurred 1
time. If OK 00 is
displayed, no stored
faults are present.
Repeat right button hold
for next stored fault.
Example: 61 fault,
occurred 2 times.
Repeat right button hold
for two seconds until
BUSY is displayed.
The next stored fault is
displayed. Example: 01
fault, occurred 3 times.
Repeat right button hold
for two seconds until
BUSY is displayed.
Repeat right button hold
and record all stored
faults until CLR? CA is
displayed.
Repeat right button hold
to clear stored fault
codes. Otherwise wait
to return to the active
fault screen.
After clearing stored
faults, the display
returns to the active
fault screen.
If display is other than 07, reference Pages 1-5. Repair, re-power and clear stored faults again.
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InfoCenter - Wheel Speed Sensor Output Test
From the active fault
screen, Code 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the right button to
display WHEEL.
Rotate the wheel with
sensor 1A (1 Rev/2 Sec)
four seconds minimum.
1A will remain displayed.
Rotate the wheel with
sensor 1B (1 Rev/2 Sec)
four seconds minimum.
1B will remain displayed.
Upon rotation of a wheel, the sensor identification is displayed. The display will remain on until rotation of
another wheel. If no sensor identification is displayed, verify sensor connection and sensor/exciter alignment.
ABS CONFIGURATION
2 Sensors/1 Modulator Valve (2S/1M)
2 Sensors / 2 Modulator Valves (2S/2M)
4 Sensors / 2 Modulators Valves (4S/2M)
SENSOR IDENTIFICATION
1A 1B
2A 2B
2A 2B 3A 3B
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Odometer Information
Permanent power must be available to the trailer ABS for the odometer to be accurate.
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the left button to
display the odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display trip
distance.
Example: 1.6 miles
Press the left button
again to display the
service interval.
Example: SI 123
SI is 123,000 miles
Press the left button
again to display the tire
scale factor.
Example: 502 rev/mile
Press the left button
again to return to the
odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display distance
to service.
Example: 123,000.0
miles
Infocenter - Clear Trip Distance
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary;
84 ABS is fully
operational.
Press the left button to
display the odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display trip
distance.
Example: 1.6 miles
Hold the right button
two seconds to clear
the trip distance to
0.0 miles.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Set The Tire Scale Factor
Refer to the Tire Scaling Factor Chart on Page 6 to choose the correct rev/mile for your tire size.
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the left button to
display the odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display trip
distance.
Example: 1.6 miles
Press the left button
again to display
distance to service.
Example: 123,000.0
miles
Press the left button
again to display the
service interval.
Example: SI 123
(thousands)
Press the left button
again to display tire
scale factor.
Example: 502 rev/mile
Hold the right button for
two seconds. The first
digit will begin flashing.
Press the right button to
set the first digit (0 - 9).
Press the left button to
advance to the next
digit. Repeat for all
three digits.
(thousands)
After setting all three digits and the mile or km icon.
hold the right button for two seconds until BUSY is
displayed. The Tire Scale Factor is now set.
Example: 625 rev/mile.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Set The Service Maintenance Interval
The Service Maintenance Interval is the distance traveled before service is due.
Example: SI 123 = 123,000.0 miles.
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the left button to
display the odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display trip
distance.
Example: 1.6 miles
Press the left button
again to display
distance to service.
Example: 0.0 miles
Press the left button
again to display service
interval.
Example: 000
Hold the right button for
two seconds. The first
digit will begin flashing.
Press the right button to
set the first digit (0 - 9).
Service Interval is in
1,000 mile increments.
Example:100 =100,000 miles
The left button advances
to the next digit. Repeat
for all three digits.
After setting all three
digits, hold the right
button for two seconds
until BUSY is displayed.
Service Interval is set to
123 = 123,000.0
86 miles.
Press the left button
again to display the tire
scale factor.
Press the left button to
display the odometer.
Example: 18.7 miles
Press the left button
again to display trip
distance.
Example: 1.6 miles
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Set The Service Maintenance Interval (cont’d)
Press the left button
again to display
distance to service.
Example: 0.0 miles
Hold the right button for
two seconds. Service
Interval = 123
(123,000.0 miles)
Hold the right button for
two seconds until BUSY
is displayed to set the
distance to service to
123,000 miles.
Distance to Service is
now set to 123,000.0
miles.
The Distance to Service is the Service Interval Counting Down. Once it reaches zero, service is
required. The Trailer ABS Warning Lamp will flash three times on power up until distance to
service is set again or until a new service interval is set.
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InfoCenter - View ABS Information
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary
ABS is fully operational.
Press the right button to
display WHEEL.
Press the right button
again to display the
ECU Serial Number.
Press the left button to
view ABS Type “PLC”,
“PLC SLCT” or “PLC
PLUS”.
Press the left button
again to view Sensor/
Valve ABS configuration.
Example: C2 = 4S/2M
(4 Sensors/2 Modulator
Valves)
Press the left button
again to view Auxiliary
Code A4.
Press the left button
again to view Auxiliary
Code A7.
Press the left button
again to view InfoCenter
Software Version.
Example: Version 3.9
Press the left button
again to view segment
display test.
Press the left button
again to return to ECU
Serial Number.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Modulator Valve Test (2S/1M Application)
From the active fault
screen, Code 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the right button to
display WHEEL.
Press the right button
until BUSY is displayed.
The red channel valve is
energized. The ABS
Warning Lamp will begin
to flash.
After the valve is tested,
the ABS will not be
functional. Re-power
the ABS System.
Press the left button to
display VLV TEST.
Hold the right button for
two seconds. Request
to test the red valve
channel. (Red if 2S/1M)
2S/2M and 4S/2M Applications: If multiple Modulator Valves are used, the Blue and Yellow Channels
are displayed for testing.
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PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Trailer ABS In-Cab Lamp Test
This test can only be performed if no active faults are present on the trailer ABS System and the
iin-cab trailer ABS Warning Lamp is OFF.
From the active fault
screen, CODE 07,
vehicle is stationary;
ABS is fully operational.
Press the right button to
display WHEEL.
Press the left button to
display VLV TEST.
-OR-
Press the left button
again. If the ABS has
Trailer Auxiliaries,
TRLR AUX menu will
be displayed.
If the ABS has no Trailer
Auxiliaries, the CAB
LAMP menu will be
displayed.
The display returns to CAB LAMP.
Press the right button to repeat the
in-cab lamp test. Press the left
button to return to display WHEEL.
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With CAB LAMP
displayed, press the
right button until BUSY
is displayed.
The in-cab Trailer ABS
Warning Lamp is turned
ON for ten seconds.
PLC, PLC Plus, & PLC Select
InfoCenter - Connecting the PLC InfoCenter
Use the InfoCenter as a handheld diagnostic tool or an in-cab trailer auxiliary
tool using InfoCenter Kit AQ15849. Use the InfoCenter as a handheld diagnostic tool or as
an in-cab trailer auxiliary tool to monitor or control devices on the trailer. Pictured below are the
optional cable adapters available for vehicle interface. This InfoCenter does not contain an internal
battery for maintaining memory and therefore requires vehicle power to operate.
PLC Diagnostic Interface Options for Vehicles Manufactured After March 1, 2001
* Power supply or battery cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Included with InfoCenter Kit AQ15849
* Cigarette lighter plug adapter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Optional (Part Number AL2030012)
* J560 (7-Way) Diagnostic Interface Cable Adapter . . Optional (Part Number AL230010)
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North American Sales Division
Haldex Brake Products Corporation
10707 NW Airworld Drive
Kansas City, MO 64153-1215
Phone: 816-891-2470
Fax: 816-880-9766
North American Sales Division
Haldex Limited
525 Southgate Drive, Unit 1
Guelph, Ontario CANADA N1G 3W6
Phone: 519-826-7723
Fax: 519-826-9497
www.haldex.com - www.hbsna.com
6/03 5M CM L30030 (last revised 6/02)
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