R10SH-2

RECALL
Cruise Control May Not Deactivate
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Once activated the cruise control feature may
not deactivate as designed when the service
brakes are applied.
Until the permanent remedy is installed the
cruise control feature must be disabled in
the steering column according to the
following instructions.
WARNING: Always follow all Federal, State, Local and Shop safety standards and use proper
safety equipment when performing these procedures.
1. Park the bus on a level surface, apply parking brakes, turn off engine and remove ignition
key. Chock wheels.
Location of Phillips Screw
2. Remove two Phillips screws on top side of steering column cover. (See above photo)
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2. Remove four Torx T15 screws on bottom side of steering column cover. (See above
photo)
Cruise Control Switch Connector
3. Lift top half steering column cover up and off. Locate cruise switch connector.
Connector has four circuits. Unplug cruise switch connector. (See above photo)
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Torx T15 Screw Location
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5. Verify cruise feature is disabled:
1) Bus in “neutral”
2) Park brake “set”
3) Engine “running”
4) Cruise switch held in the R/A position “resume/accel”
5) Engine rpm “SHOULD NOT RAMP UP”
6. After verifying cruise function has been disabled reinstall steering column cover.
7. Prior to installing the supplied decal clean surface area with a moist towelette or
Windex. Dry surface with clean towel.
8. Install supplied decal in locations shown on page 4.
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Cruise Switch on Steering Column
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Decal Location on BBCV “Vision” Models
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Decal Location on D3FE and D3RE All American Models
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Cruise Control Fail Safe Wiring
Circuit Installation
ISSUE________________________________
CORRECTIVE ACTION_________----___
Once activated the cruise control feature may
not deactivate as designed when the service
brakes are applied.
A “failsafe” wiring circuit must be installed
in the cruise control system according to
the following instructions.
WARNING: Always follow all Federal, State, Local and Shop safety standards and use proper
safety equipment when performing these procedures.
Note: These instructions pertain to the 2010 Model Year Vision only. Read all instructions carefully
before beginning work:
Step 1. Turn battery disconnect switch to “OFF” position if equipped. If no switch, disconnect the
Negative cables from the batteries.
Step. 2 Remove the steering column cover. Tilt the column to the most forward position. There
are six (6) screws to be removed. See picture 1 below. The two (2) screws in the center are
Phillips and the four (4) around the perimeter are torx.
Torx Screws
Note: One more torx
screw is located on
bottom left.
Phillips Screws
Picture 1
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Step 3. Reconnect cruise control switch and tuck the connector behind the ignition switch as
shown. Refer to Pictures 2 & 3. Re-assemble the column cover.
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Step 4. Remove Instrument cluster from dash using #2 Phillips screw driver. Flip Dash forward
to gain access to the connections on the back of the cluster. Once cluster is flipped you will see
two connections reference Picture 4.
Note: Some wire colors may be different than pictured.
Step 5. Locate Red wire labeled “STOP LGT A”. Wire is in location as shown in Picture 4
above.
Picture 5
Picture 6
Step 6. Cut wire approx 2.5” back from connector. Strip wire back as shown in Picture 5.
Install harness 10019450, butt connector end onto this wire. Refer to Picture 6. Note:
the end of “STOP LGT A” going into the main loomed harness should be taped back- it
will no longer be used.
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Picture 4
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STOP LGT A
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Step 9. Locate the “Stop Light Relay”. Refer to Picture 7. Remove the relay from the panel
mounted base. Remove the base with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Refer to Picture 8.
Base Retaining
Screw
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Picture 7
Step 8. Route the 10019450 harness to the right, following the PDU harness down and into the
PDU assembly. Secure the harness as needed with wire ties.
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Step 7. Remove the chassis PDU cover. There are two thumb screws on the top left and right of
cover.
Stop Light Relay
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Picture 8
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Insert terminal lead end, from 10019450 into relay base cavity 4(87A) as shown.
Note: The terminal will only lock in place when oriented correctly. Be sure the terminal
“clicks” into place. Replace lock into relay base and re-mount onto panel. Re-install
relay into base.
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CB10 & CB12
Picture 12
Step 11. Locate Circuit Breakers CB10 & CB12. These are on the bottom most fuse panel.
They are the two top right breakers on that panel. See Picture 11. Refer to the Decal
on PDU cover for clarification.
Step 12. Remove both wires from CB10 & CB12 They are labeled “STOP LGT PWR” and
“BRAKE SW PWR”. Strip the wires back and install wires into terminal 02007417
and crimp. Refer to Picture 12.
Note: Refer to the Decal on PDU cover for clarification.
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Insert Terminal Lead Here
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Picture 9
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Step 10. Using the jeweler’s screwdriver pry the lock out of the relay base as shown in
Picture 9 below.
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Step 14. Remove breaker from position CB10 and discard. It is no longer needed. Secure any
lose wires with wire ties. Turn battery disconnect switch “ON” or re-attach the negative cables.
Step 15. Reprogram Instrument cluster using the kit and instructions from 00072987 Actia
Cluster Download Kit. The current file to load into the cluster will be sent via email to dealers. Step 16. Validation: The validation of the cruise can be done while the vehicle is stationary
with the ignition “ON”. Refer to Instruction “INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SERVICE BRAKE
INPUT VERIFICATION”. If unit does not pass this verification repeat the above steps and
check to be sure rework was done correctly. Once passed go to step 17.
Step 17: Remove recall sticker on dash and notify Blue Bird Recall Administrator that recall
has been completed.
Tools Required:
#2 Phillips Screwdriver- Used on steering column and instrument panel
T20 Torx hand driver-Used on steering column
Flat Head jeweler’s screwdriver- Used to remove lock from “Stop Light Relay”
Wire Cutters
Wire Strippers
Crimper for BUTT CONN
00072987 Actia Cluster Download Kit
Parts:
10019450 Harness, wrg, Cruise Rework R10SH, PDU, BBCV, QTY 1
02007417 Terminal, Slide ¼, 14-16ga, Insulated, QTY 1
01674811 Tie, cable, nylon, QTY 10
Black Electrical Tape
Cluster software refer to Step 15
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Step 13. Install the newly crimped terminal onto position CB12. Refer to Picture 13.
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Picture 14 Breaker Removed
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Picture 13
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ACTIA INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SERVICE BRAKE INPUT VERIFICATION
To complete Recall R10SH-2 you must use the following procedures to verify that the Actia
Instrument Cluster is receiving the brake signal when the brake pedal is applied.
Step 1. Turn on Ignition switch and allow cluster to complete its start up. Start up is complete
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Picture 1
Start at “Set Units”
Picture 2
Step 4. Press and hold the lower push button switch (picture 1) until the display changes as shown
in picture 2
Step 5. Using the bottom button scroll through
the menus, until you see highlighted:
“6- INSTRUMENT DIAG” (see picture 3)
*Note: The screen will return to the
start up menu after a few seconds of
inactivity. Should this occur, return to
Step 4.
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Step 3. Locate push button switches on instrument cluster. Switches are in located in the bottom
right corner.
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Step 2. For Air brake vehicles verify system pressure is above the warning levels. Start vehicle, if
needed, to bring levels above the low air warning levels. Note: this step does not apply to
hydraulic brake vehicles.
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Step 6. Press both buttons simultaneously to select the highlighted choice. This will now bring
you to the following screen shown in picture 4: INSTRUMENT DIAGNOSTICS.
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Use the bottom button to scroll through and highlight: D-I/O STATUS.
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At this point note the status should be displayed as “CL-24 Srvc brake High”
when the brake pedal is NOT pressed.
Status
Picture 5
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Step 7. Press both buttons simultaneously to enter into the I/O STATUS menu. See Picture 5.
Using the bottom button, scroll through the menus until you come to CL-24 Srvc brake.
This is shown in picture 5.
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Picture 4
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Step 8. Press the brake pedal firmly and note the status of CL-24. It should have changed to:
“CL-24 Srvc brake Low”. See picture 6
If the display did not change from High to Low, the cluster is not receiving a brake switch
status. Please consult with your Blue Bird Field Service Rep for trouble shooting procedures if
the status did not change.
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If the display changed from High to Low, the cluster is receiving a brake switch status and
verification is complete.
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Cruise Control Fail Safe Wiring
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ISSUE________________________________
CORRECTIVE ACTION_________----___
Once activated the cruise control feature may
not deactivate as designed when the service
brakes are applied.
To correct or re-activate a disabled cruise
control feature a “failsafe” wiring circuit
must be installed in the cruise control
system according to the following
instructions.
WARNING: Always follow all Federal, State, Local and Shop safety standards and use proper
safety equipment when performing these procedures.
Note: These instructions pertain to the 2010-11 Model Year “D3” All American only. Read all
instructions carefully before beginning work.
Step 1. Turn battery disconnect switch to “OFF” position if equipped. If no switch, disconnect the
Negative cables from the batteries.
Step. 2 Remove the steering column cover. Tilt the column to the most forward position. There
are six (6) screws to be removed. See picture 1 below. The two (2) screws in the center are
Phillips and the four (4) around the perimeter are torx.
Torx Screws
Note: One more torx
screw is located on
bottom left.
Phillips Screws
Picture 1
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Step 3. Reconnect cruise control switch and tuck the connector behind the ignition switch as
shown. Refer to Pictures 2 & 3. Re-assemble the column cover.
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Step 4. Remove Instrument cluster from dash using #2 Phillips screw driver. Flip Dash forward
to gain access to the connections on the back of the cluster. Once cluster is flipped you
will see two connections reference Picture 4.
Note: Some wire colors may be different than pictured.
Step 5. Locate Red wire labeled “1316D”. Wire is in location as shown in Picture 4
above.
Picture 5
Picture 6
Step 6. Cut wire approx 2.5” back from connector. Strip wire back as shown in Picture 5.
Install harness 10019449, butt connector end onto this wire. Refer to Picture 6. Note:
the end of “1316D” going into the main loomed harness should be taped back- it will
no longer be used.
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Step 8. Disconnect the EP/IP P17 interface connector. Starting with the smaller connector of the
two halves, remove the blue terminal lock from the side of the connector with cavity “T”.
The lock is removed by disengaging the two hook points as shown in Picture 9. Once the
points are disengaged pull the lock out of the back of the connector.
Picture 9
Step 9. Install the terminal lead end that was brought through the hole from Step 7 into cavity “T”.
Note: the terminal will only lock in place when oriented correctly. Be sure the terminal
“clicks” into place.
Re-install the blue terminal lock into the back of the connector. Be sure it is fully seated
and latched at the two hook points. Visually inspect the front side of the connector to be
sure the terminal is seated.
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Step 7. Route the harness through the left corner access hole and into the outside electrical panel.
Refer to Picture 7. In outside electrical panel upper left corner, locate the wire that was
pushed through. In addition, locate the EP/IP P17 interface connector as shown in Picture 8.
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Step 10. Repeat step 8 on the other half of the EP/IP P17 interface connector. Install terminal lead
end labeled “P17-T” from harness 10019448 into cavity “T”. Refer to Picture 10.
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Note: The terminal will only lock in place when oriented correctly. Be sure the terminal
“clicks” into place.
Step 11. Route other end of wire lead from 10019448 down the left side of the electrical panel
harness to the bottom. Follow the bottom main harness over to the DILL BLOX fuse
panel. Secure along the length with wire ties as needed. Refer to Picture 11.
DILL BLOX
fuse panel
Picture 11
Leave length of 10019448 coiled below the middle of the DILL BLOX.
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Re-install the blue terminal lock into the back of the connector. Be sure it is fully
seated and latched at the two hook points. Visually inspect the front side of the connector
to be sure the terminal is seated. Re-connect the two halves together and be sure they are
locked into place.
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Step 12. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 4 screws holding the DILL BLOX fuse panel
in place. Note: there are 4 screws, one in each corner leg. Refer to Picture 12.
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Once lock is removed insert terminal lead end of 10019448 which was coiled up from
Step 11. Be sure the lead is inserted into cavity 4(87A) which is located between the
Red and White wire as shown in Picture 14. Note: The terminal will only lock in place
when oriented correctly. Be sure the terminal “clicks” into place.
Insert into cavity 4(87A)
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Picture 13
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Step 13. Remove yellow lock from back of panel for the R36 Brake Light Relay. Use a jeweler’s
screwdriver to open the hook tab and remove the lock. See Picture 13. Refer to the decal
for location of this relay.
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Step 14. Remove “Brake Switch” fuse/breaker from location CB23 on the front of the panel if
applicable.
Discard this fuse/breaker- it will no longer be used. At the back side of the panel locate
and remove the yellow lock. Use the jeweler’s screwdriver to open the hook tab and
remove the lock. See Picture 16.
Note: This wire should be Black and labeled “BRAKE SW PWR”.
“BRAKE SW PWR”
Picture 16
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NOTE: If there is no fuse/breaker in CB 23 position, skip steps 14- 17 and proceed to
Step 18. This part of the procedure will not have to be done.
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Re-install lock into back of fuse block. Refer to Picture 15
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Step 15. Cut off the terminal from the wire removed in Step 13 above (BRAKE SW PWR). Cut
the wire as close as possible to the terminal to ensure the most usable wire length.
See Picture 18.
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Note: This picture is not the location but an example of how to remove the terminal.
Use flat side
of jeweler’s
screwdriver
to release
tabs.
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Using the screwdriver, insert the screwdriver into both the top and bottom area of the
block. This will release the tabs and allow the wire to be removed from the back side.
See picture 7.
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From the front side of panel use a flat head jeweler’s screwdriver to remove the fuse block
terminal from the right side of that location.
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Step 16. Locate wire that runs between R36-3 and CB5. This wire is labeled “BATT BRK” and is
black 16GA. Use the decal as a guide to find the location. Use wire from Step 15 as a
length guide.
Picture 19
Step 17. Install Butt Connector 02007409 onto one end with the two wires, and onto the other end
of the single wire from Step 15. See Picture 20.
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Place the cut end of that wire on the “BATT BRK” wire and then cut the “BATT BRK”
wire at that location. Strip both ends of the “BATT BRK” wire as shown in Picture 19.
Twist these together. Strip the end of the wire from Step 15 (BRAKE SW PWR).
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Step 18. Re-install the DILL BLOX fuse panel using the #2 screwdriver and the 4 screws from
Step 12.
Secure any loose wires with wire ties.
Turn “ON” battery disconnect switch or re-attach the negative cables.
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Picture 20
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Step 19. Reprogram Instrument cluster using the kit and instructions from 00072987 ACTIA Cluster
Download Kit. The current file to load into the cluster will be sent via email to dealers.
Step 20. Validation: The validation of the cruise can be done while the vehicle is stationary with
the ignition “ON”. Refer to Instruction “INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SERVICE BRAKE
INPUT VERIFICATION”. If unit does not pass this verification repeat the above steps
and check to ensure rework was done correctly. Once passed go to step 21.
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Step 21. Remove recall sticker on dash and notify Blue Bird Recall Administrator that recall has
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Description
Harness, Wrg, Cruise Rework R10SH, EP D3Harness, Wrg, Cruise Rework R10SH, IP D3Terminal, BUTT CONN, 14-16 GA, Insulated,
Tie, cable, nylon,
Black Electrical Tape
Cluster software file refer to Step 19
Qty
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Tools:
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#2 Phillips Screwdriver- Used on steering column and instrument panel
T20 Torx hand driver-Used on steering column
Flat Head jeweler’s screwdriver- Used to remove terminals and locks from Elec. Panel DILL BLOX
Wire Cutters
Wire Strippers
Crimper for BUTT CONN
00072987 ACTIA Cluster Download Kit
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Parts No.
10019448
10019449
02007409
01674811
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NPN
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