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Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application User’s Manual

Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application User’s Manual

Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application User’s Manual

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Chapter 1: Using this Manual 1 Manual Overview 2 Conventions 3 Special Messages 3 Notes

Chapter 1:

Using this Manual

1

Manual Overview

2

Conventions

3

Special Messages

3

Notes

3

Important

3

Cautions

3

Warnings

3

Stop

4

Troubleshooting

4

Specialized Text

5

Chapter 2:

Getting Started

7

Establishing Communication

8

Navigating the Application

11

Menu Options

11

Making Selections

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Chapter 3:

Using the Application

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Viewing Active Diagnostic Codes

14

Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes

15

Viewing/Clearing Logged Event Codes

18

Viewing the Data List

21

Programming Customer Specified Parameters

23

Using the Trip Recorder

25

Viewing Current Totals

25

Viewing Fleet Trip Data

26

Resetting Fleet Trip Data

27

Viewing Driver Trip Data

29

Resetting Driver Trip Data

30

Resetting the MPH Histogram

30

Resetting the RPM Histogram

31

Finding the Engine Rating

33

Changing Customer Passwords

35

Using Calibration Functions

37

Calibrate Timing

37

Calibrate Boost Sensor

39

Calibrate Timing Sensor

40

Calibrate Rack Sensor

42

Display Throttle Duty Cycle

43

Injector Codes

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Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals

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PM1

45

PM2

46

Coolant Flush/Fill

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Using Interactive Diagnostics

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Vehicle Speed Test

48

Cooling Fan/Multi-Function Output #4 Test

49

Cylinder Cutout

50

Injection Actuation Pressure Driver Test

51

Injector Solenoid

52

Inlet Air Heater Test

53

MT/AT Transmission Test

54

Retarder/Exhaust Test

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Shut-Off Solenoid Test

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Rack BTM Sweep Test

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Tachometer Circuit Test

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Timing BTM Sweep Test

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Multi-Function Output #1 Test

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Multi-Function Output #2 Test

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Multi-Function Output #3 Test

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Troubleshooting

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Cooling Fan

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Powertrain Data Link

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Idle Shutdown Timer

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Appendix A:

Data List Parameters

Data List Descriptions

Appendix B:

Programmable Parameters

Programmable Parameters

Appendix C:

Caterpillar ® Fault Code Descriptions

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66

71

72

79

PID Fault Code Description

80

SID Fault Code Description

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FMI Fault Code Description

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Caterpillar ® Fault Codes

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Caterpillar ® Flash Codes

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This chapter provides an overview of this manual’s organization and the conventions used throughout.

Chapter 1 • Using this Manual
Chapter 1 • Using this Manual

Manual Overview

This manual provides basic and detailed information to support you in using the Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application.

The manual is organized as follows:

Table of Contents—helps you to find the Pro-Link ® information you are looking for quickly and easily.

Using this Manual—provides an overview of this user’s manual.

Getting Started—provides instructions on loading the application and an overview of the application’s menu hierarchy.

Using the Application—provides detailed instructions for accessing and using each of the application’s menu options.

Parameter Listings (Appendix)—provides a comprehensive listing of all supported parameters with descriptions for each.

Warranty & Service (Appendix)—provides warranty and service informa- tion.

Index—provides an alphabetical listing of all major topics covered in this user’s manual.

Each chapter is introduced by an “at-a-glance” list of the chapter’s contents, along with corresponding page numbers.

Conventions
Conventions

Conventions

This section provides descriptions of the conventions used throughout this manual.

Special Messages

Notes

NOTE provides explanations, comments, or tips related to the subject matter that is being discussed.

Example:

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NOTE:

Refer to the page number provided for each described component for fur- ther details.

Important

IMPORTANT indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in damage to the test equipment or vehicle.

Example:

IMPORTANT:

ä Keep all cables clear of moving or hot engine parts.

Cautions

CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in moderate or minor injury to the operator or to bystanders.

Example:

CAUTION:

ä Do not use the unit to perform tests on household or industrial sources.

Warnings

WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury to the operator or bystanders.

Example:

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WARNING:

ä Wear gloves when handling hot engine components.

Stop

Information that needs to be considered before proceeding is presented in the fol- lowing manner:

Before using this application, be sure to read the user’s manual supplied with the Pro-Link ® product you are using for: ® product you are using for:

• important safety information.

• instructions on connecting the device to a vehicle.

• instructions on properly inserting an application card

Troubleshooting

Information intended to help you to address or anticipate potential issues are pre- sented in the following manner:

If the “Loading Application” message continuously appears, check the label on the card to verify you are using the appropriate card for the given manufacturer/ECU.potential issues are pre- sented in the following manner: 4 Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application

Conventions
Conventions

Specialized Text

The following specially formatted text is used to help you to differentiate certain elements discussed within this manual:

Emphasis: Used to draw your attention to particularly important information.

Field/Line: Used to highlight the name of a field or a line of text from a display.

Example: “The Request Lamp line updates to reflect the current request.”

Menu Items: Used to highlight a series of menu selections.

Example: “From the Main Menu, select MPC UTILITIES 4 RS-232

SERIAL PORT 4 TERMINAL SETUP

”.

Screen titles: Used to highlight the title of a screen displaying on the Pro-Link ® .

Example: “The display shows the Review Snapshot menu, which lists the event captures at the bottom of the screen”.

Selection: Used to highlight a selectable item, such as a menu option.

Example: “From the Main Menu, select View Calibrations”.

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Navigating the Application, page 11

Communication, page 8 Navigating the Application, page 11 2 T hank you for choosing the Caterpillar

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Communication, page 8 Navigating the Application, page 11 2 T hank you for choosing the Caterpillar

Thank you for choosing the Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application User’s Manual. This application provides a full range of Engine diagnostics for systems controlled by the following Caterpillar ® Electronic Control Units (ECUs):

• 3116

• C-10

• 3126

• C-12

• 3176

• C-15

• 3406

• C-16

• C-9

• C-18

This chapter provides instructions on loading the application and navigating through its menu hierarchy.

NOTE:

i This application is supported by both the Pro-Link GRAPHIQand the Pro-Link ® Plus. This manual uses “Pro-Link ® ” to refer to both products.

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Chapter 2 • Getting Started

Establishing Communication

After connecting Pro-Link ® to the vehicle and powering up, Pro-Link ® attempts to establish communication with the ECU. If successful, the readout window presents an ECU Identification screen.

To establish communication:

1 Attach Pro-Link ® to the vehicle and power up.

2 The Pro-Link ® readout window presents the Application Welcome screen, while it attempts to establish communication with the ECU. This screen displays for a few seconds.

MPSI Pro-Link 9000 SOFTWARE COPYRIGHT 1992-01 VERSION 1.11 CAT ENGINE CARTRIDGE

Establishing Communication
Establishing Communication

If Pro-Link ® finds and recognizes the ECU, the screen shows the ECU iden- tification information. For example:

CAT 3176 ELECTRONICS FUNCTIONS - OCT91

3E6397-00/11/1.11

ENTER to continue

FUNCTIONS - OCT91 3E6397-00/11/1.11 ENTER to continue If Pro-Link ® displays: NO DATA RECEIVED , the

If Pro-Link ® displays:

NO DATA RECEIVED, the ECU was not detected.

You may have a loose connection: power-down, check all

cables and connections and power-up again.

The ECU may not be powered-up: be sure the ignition key

turned to the ON position.

The connector may be faulty or may require a different

adapter: try a different connector, and if necessary, con- firm your adapter selection with the vehicle’s repair speci- fication.

NO APPLICATION DATA, an ECU was detected, but it was not supported by the application.

NO ENGINE DATA, a supported ECU was detected, but com- munication failed after ECU detection. Power-down and up again. If you still receive this message, you may have a faulty ECU.

COM ADAPTER LINK, Pro-Link ® is set to initiate a communi- cation link upon start up.

Press

.
.

3 Pro-Link ® presents the Menu Selection screen.

FUNCTION SELECTIONS SELECT DESIRED MENU [ENGINE] ←→ Pro-Link

4 Use the

andSELECT DESIRED MENU [ENGINE] ←→ Pro-Link 4 Use the keys to toggle the selection brackets to:

DESIRED MENU [ENGINE] ←→ Pro-Link 4 Use the and keys to toggle the selection brackets to:

keys to toggle the selection brackets to:

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Chapter 2 • Getting Started

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ENGINE to access the Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems Application. Pro-Link to access Pro-Link utilities.

Press

.
.
Navigating the Application
Navigating the Application

Navigating the Application

This section provides an overview the application’s menu structure and describes how to make selections in order to use the application’s features.

Menu Options

The Caterpillar application provides the following menu options:

• Active Diagnostic Codes (pg. 14)

• Logged Fault Codes (pg. 15)

• Logged Event Codes (pg. 18)

• Data List (pg. 21)

• Customer Specified Parameters (pg. 23)

• Trip Recorder (pg. 25)

• Engine Rating Specifications (pg. 33)

• Customer Passwords (pg. 35)

• Calibration Functions (pg. 37)

• Maintenance Due (pg. 45)

• Interactive Diagnostics (pg. 48)

• Troubleshooting (pg. 62)

NOTE:

i The above options are listed in the order in which they are presented on the Pro-Link ® screen.

NOTE:

i A live connection with the vehicle is required in order to use the applica- tion’s features. Be sure that you have established a connection, as instructed under “Establishing Communication”, on page 8.

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Chapter 2 • Getting Started

Making Selections

In order to use the features provided with this application, you will need to select from various menus presented on the Pro-Link ® screen. Making selections typi- cally involves using the arrow keys navigate to a desired option, then pressing the key.

keys navigate to a desired option, then pressing the key. The following convention is used throughout

The following convention is used throughout this manual in order to provide ab- breviated instructions on making on-screen selections.

Example Instruction Step:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

What this means:

The example instruction step is an abbreviation of the following procedure:

1 From the menu selection screen, press the

Engine, then press

.
.
the menu selection screen, press the Engine , then press . or key to select 12

or

menu selection screen, press the Engine , then press . or key to select 12 Caterpillar

key to select

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Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes, page 15

Viewing/Clearing Logged Event Codes, page 18

Viewing the Data List, page 21

Programming Customer Specified Parameters, page 23

Using the Trip Recorder, page 25

Finding the Engine Rating, page 33

Changing Customer Passwords, page 35

Using Calibration Functions, page 37

Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals, page 45

Using Interactive Diagnostics, page 48

Troubleshooting, page 62

This chapter provides instructions on using each of the application’s features.

NOTE:

i Before performing the procedures presented in this chapter, be sure that the Pro-Link ® is connected to the vehicle and is powered ON. Also, be sure that communication has been established between the Pro-Link ® and the ECU. (see pg. 8).

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Viewing Active Diagnostic Codes

When a Caterpillar ® ECU detects a problem, it generates a Diagnostic Code and illuminates the Check Engine Lamp.

Use the Active Diag Code option to view existing Diagnostic codes that are currently active.

To view active diagnostic codes:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine. The screen displays the

Display Menu.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ ACTIVE DIAG CODES

2 Press

to select Active Diag Codes . The screen displays active codes. Active Diag Codes. The screen displays active codes.

ACTIVE DIAG CODES 100-01 LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING

—Line 1 shows the type of code.

—Line 2 shows either a Flash Code or PID-FMI Code (Parameter ID-Failure Mode Identifier), depending on the ECU.

NOTE:

i Refer to Appendix C, "Caterpillar® Fault Code Descriptions", for listings of all supported fault codes.

—Line 3 shows code’s description.

—Line 4 shows up and down arrows if there is more than one code; scroll

through the codes with the

is more than one code; scroll through the codes with the and 3 Press to return

and

is more than one code; scroll through the codes with the and 3 Press to return

3 Press

to return to the D i s p l a y Menu . Display Menu.

keys.

Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes
Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes

Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes

Logged Fault Codes are stored in the ECU memory and may or may not be active. Most of the codes are stored for 100 hours; however, some remain in memory until you clear them.

Use the Logged Fault Codes option to review the history of the fault code for data trends that may help you diagnose the issue. You can also use this option to clear logged fault codes from the ECU.

NOTE:

i Some codes require a password to clear and some cannot be cleared.

To review and/or clear Logged Fault Codes:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Logged Fault Codes.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ LOGGED FAULT CODES

The screen displays the logged fault codes, one at a time. For example:

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

Line 4

LOGGED FAULT CODES172-03 Inlet Air

172-03 Inlet AirLOGGED FAULT CODES

Temp Sensor Open CktLOGGED FAULT CODES 172-03 Inlet Air ←↑ ENTER to clear ↓→

←↑ ENTER to clear ENTER to clear

↓→

Line 1—type of code

Line 2—either a Flash Code or PID-FMI Code (Parameter ID-Failure Mode Identifier), depending on the ECU

Line 3—description of the code

Line 4—shows and if there is more than one code; also, if the code can be cleared from the ECU memory, Enter to clear appears.

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NOTE:

i Appendix C, "Caterpillar® Fault Code Descriptions", for listings of all sup- ported fault codes.

3 To view details on the displayed fault code, press the view more information.

the displayed fault code, press the view more information. or key to The screen displays fault

or

displayed fault code, press the view more information. or key to The screen displays fault code

key to

The screen displays fault code details. For example:

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

Line 4

  LOGGED FAULT CODES  
 

LOGGED FAULT CODES

 
 
OCCUR= 77 FIRST 35498

OCCUR= 77 FIRST 35498

 
LAST=35719 CLK=35720*

LAST=35719 CLK=35720*

← ENTER to clear →

ENTER to clear

Line 1—shows the type of code.

Line 2—shows how many times the code occurred and the first time it occurred according to the ECU’s diagnostic clock.

Line 3—shows the last time it occurred and the current time of the diagnos- tic clock. An asterisk (*) appears to the right of the clock time if the code is currently active.

Line 4—shows Enter to clear if the code can be cleared from the ECU memory.

—To exit the screen and return to the Display Menu, press

.
.

—To clear the code, press

to the Display Menu , press . —To clear the code, press ; proceed to the

; proceed to the next step.

4 If you pressed

code, press ; proceed to the next step. 4 If you pressed to clear the code,

to clear the code, the screen requests confirmation.

Clear Logged Fault 172-03 Inlet Air

Temp Sensor Open Ckt

YES

←→

[NO]

5 Select Yes.

The screen may prompt for a password in order to clear the code; otherwise, it simply clears the code.

Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes
Viewing/Clearing Logged Fault Codes

When the code is cleared, the screen displays the next available code.

6 Press

the screen displays the next available code. 6 Press to return to the D i s

to return to the Display Menu.

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Viewing/Clearing Logged Event Codes

Logged Event Codes represent “special events” that are stored in the ECU memory.

i

NOTE:

Logged Event Codes may active or inactive.

Use the Logged Event Code option to review event code history for data trends that may help you diagnose an issue. You can also use this option to clear logged event codes from the ECU.

NOTE:

i Some codes require a password to clear and some cannot be cleared.

NOTE:

i Appendix C, "Caterpillar® Fault Code Descriptions", for listings of all sup- ported fault codes.

To review and/or clear Logged Event Codes:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Logged Event Codes.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ LOGGED EVENT CODES

Viewing/Clearing Logged Event Codes
Viewing/Clearing Logged Event Codes

The screen displays logged event codes, one at a time. For example:

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

Line 4

LOGGED EVENT CODES172-03 Inlet Air Temp Sensor Open Ckt

172-03 Inlet AirLOGGED EVENT CODES Temp Sensor Open Ckt

Temp Sensor Open CktLOGGED EVENT CODES 172-03 Inlet Air

←↑ ENTER to clear ENTER to clear

↓→

Line 1—shows the type of code

Line 2—shows PID-FMI Code (Parameter ID-Failure Mode Identifier)

Line 3—shows code’s description

Line 4—shows and if there is more than one code; also, if the code can be cleared from the ECU memory, Enter to clear appears.

3 Press the

from the ECU memory, Enter to clear appears. 3 Press the event code. or key to

event code.

or

Enter to clear appears. 3 Press the event code. or key to view more information about

key to view more information about the displayed

The screen displays the event code details. For example:

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

Line 4

  LOGGED EVENT CODES  
 

LOGGED EVENT CODES

 
OCCUR= 77 FIRST 35498

OCCUR= 77 FIRST 35498

LAST=35719 CLK=35720*

LAST=35719 CLK=35720*

← ENTER to clear →

ENTER to clear

Line 1—shows the type of code.

Line 2—shows how many times the code occurred and the first time it occurred according to the ECU’s diagnostic clock.

Line 3—shows the last time it occurred and the current time of the diagnos- tic clock. An asterisk (*) appears to the right of the clock time if the code is currently active.

Line 4—shows Enter to clear if the code can be cleared from the ECU memory.

—To exit the screen and return to the Display Menu, press

.
.

—To clear the code, press

s p l a y Menu , press . —To clear the code, press ; proceed

; proceed to the next step.

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If you pressed confirmation.

3 • Using the Application If you pressed confirmation. to clear the code, the screen prompts

to clear the code, the screen prompts for

Clear Logged Fault 172-03 Inlet Air Temp Sensor Open Ckt

YES

←→

[NO]

4 Select YES.

If a password is required, the screen prompts you to enter a password; oth- erwise, it simply clears the code.

When the code is cleared, the screen displays the next available code.

5 Press

the screen displays the next available code. 5 Press to return to the D i s

to return to the Display Menu.

Viewing the Data List
Viewing the Data List

Viewing the Data List

The application provides a standard data list containing information about the engine’s current state. Pro-Link ® offers the option to create a Custom Data List, to include specific parameters, in a specified order.

Use the Data List option to view both standard and custom data lists.

NOTE:

i For instructions on freezing the data list lines (that is, view specific param- eters grouped together), refer to the user’s manual for the Pro-Link ® product you are using.

NOTE:

i Refer to Appendix A, "Data List Parameters", for a list of all supported data list parameters.

To view a data list:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Data List.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ DATA LIST

The screen prompts you to select the desired list type.

3 Press the

or
or

choice and press

key to move the selection brackets to the desired .

DATA LIST SELECTIONS SELECT DESIRED DATA LIST STANDARD ←→[CUSTOM]

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The screen displays the selected data list. For example:

ACT ENG RPM

1100

THROTTLE POS

20%

FUEL POS mm

1.55

BOOST PR

12PSI

4 Press the

FUEL POS mm 1.55 BOOST PR 12PSI 4 Press the and keys to scroll the data

and

FUEL POS mm 1.55 BOOST PR 12PSI 4 Press the and keys to scroll the data

keys to scroll the data list.

5 Press

4 Press the and keys to scroll the data list. 5 Press to exit and return

to exit and return to the main menu.

Programming Customer Specified Parameters
Programming Customer Specified Parameters

Programming Customer Specified Parameters

Customer Specified Parameters are used to let the fleet manager determine the fleet guidelines. Some of these parameters will affect the performance of the vehicle as it relates to Shift Points, Power, RPM and other parameters. The pa- rameters cannot be accessed by a driver or anyone who does not have a password (see “Changing Customer Passwords”, on page 35).

Customer parameters may be changed as many times as the fleet manager sees fit, based on change of drivers or of conditions that a CAB may be facing.

Parameters that require Factory Passwords cannot be programmed with this tool except under special conditions. The special conditions are determined by the ECM. If the ECM determines that a parameter, Engine Serial Number, FLS (Full Load Setting), or the FTS (Full Torque Setting), should be programmed for proper engine performance, then the parameters will appear first when entering the Customer Specified Parameter function. The parameters can only be programmed once and, therefore, must be programmed correctly the first time. When entering the function, the parameters continue to appear first until they are programmed.

NOTE:

i Refer to Appendix B, "Programmable Parameters", for a complete listing of all supported programmable parameters, for all ECU types.

To program a customer specified parameter:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Cust Spec Params.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CUST SPEC PARAMS

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The screen displays the list of customer programmable parameters. For example:

VEH SPD CAL 28854 ppm ENTER to program

FUNC to exit

17

3 Scroll to the desired parameter and press

.
.

NOTE:

i Some parameters may not be programmable as a result of being “locked- out”. If so, the ENTER to program message does not display. Contact the Caterpillar ® documentation for more information.

The screen prompts for a password. Passwords are case sensitive.

CUSTOMER PASSWORD #1

←↑ ENTER to submit ↓→ FUNC to exit

4 Enter the password, as follows:

—Use the

keys to move the cursor left and right.FUNC to exit 4 Enter the password, as follows: —Use the and —Use the keys to

and

—Use the keys to move the cursor left and right. and —Use the keys to enter

—Use the

keys to enter the following characters: A-Z, a-z, ! A-Z, a-z, !

and

the keys to enter the following characters: A-Z, a-z, ! and “ # $ % &

“ # $ % & ‘ (

) * + ,

- .

/

:

; < = > ? [ ] ^ { | }

—Use the numeric keys to enter numbers.

? [ ] ^ { | } —Use the numeric keys to enter numbers. 5 Press

5 Press to submit the password. If the screen prompts for another pass- word, repeat Step 4.

Providing you entered the password(s) correctly, you can now edit the parameter.

6 Press

when the edit is complete.correctly, you can now edit the parameter. 6 Press 24 Caterpillar ® Electronic Engine Systems

Using the Trip Recorder
Using the Trip Recorder

Using the Trip Recorder

The ECM saves data in permanent memory for a variety of uses. Parameter totals for vehicle distance, engine hours, and fuel usage with the engine in various op- erating modes are available.

The Trip Recorder feature provides the following options:

• Current Totals (pg. 25)

Reset Driver Trip Data (pg. 30)

• Fleet Trip Data (pg. 26)

MPH Histogram (pg. 30)

• Reset Fleet Trip Data (pg. 27)

• Driver Trip Data (pg. 29)

Viewing Current Totals

• RPM Histogram (pg. 31)

The ECU maintains current totals for the following parameters:

• Engine Hours

• PTO Hours

• Miles

• Idle Fuel

• Maximum Fuel

• Idle Hours

• Fuel

• Average Load Factor

• PTO Fuel

To access Current Totals Trip Data:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select Current Totals.

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The screen displays the current totals. For example:

 

ENG HOUR

2:18

PTO HOUR

1:27

IDLE HOUR

0:45

[FUNC] to exit

4 Press the

4 Press the and keys to scroll the list.

and

4 Press the and keys to scroll the list.

keys to scroll the list.

5 Press

4 Press the and keys to scroll the list. 5 Press once to return to the

once to return to the Trip Recorder Menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

Viewing Fleet Trip Data

return to the Display Menu , press Viewing Fleet Trip Data again. The ECU maintains Fleet

again.

The ECU maintains Fleet Trip Data for the following parameters:

• Time

• Driving Time

• Fuel

• Overall Fuel Economy

• Driving Fuel Economy

• Percent Idle Time

Idle Time

Idle Fuel

• Percent PTO Time Average Load Factor

• Average Vehicle Speed

• Average Driving Speed

• Maximum Vehicle Speed

Maximum Engine Speed • Start Time

• End Time

• PTO Time

• Start Odometer

• PTO Fuel

• End Odometer

To view Fleet Trip Data:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

Using the Trip Recorder
Using the Trip Recorder

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select Fleet Trip Data.

The screen displays the fleet trip data. For example:

 

TIME

12:18

DRV TIME

12:27

DISTANCE

5869.8mi

[FUNC] to exit

4 Press the

4 Press the and keys to scroll the list.

and

keys to scroll the list.

keys to scroll the list.

5 Press

4 Press the and keys to scroll the list. 5 Press once to return to the

once to return to the Trip Recorder menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

Recorder menu. —To return to the Display Menu , press again. Resetting Fleet Trip Data Use

again.

Resetting Fleet Trip Data

Use the Reset Fleet Trip option to reset fleet trip data, as well as Custom Data, MPH Histogram, and RPM Histogram.

NOTE:

i Customer Passwords are required to reset the Fleet Trip Data.

To reset Fleet Trip Data:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select Reset Fleet Trip.

The screen prompts for confirmation.

4 Use the

.
.

and

Trip . The screen prompts for confirmation. 4 Use the . and to move the selection

to move the selection brackets to YES and press

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The screen prompts for a password. Passwords are case sensitive!

CUSTOMER PASSWORD #1

←↑ ENTER to submit ↓→ FUNC to exit

5 Enter the password, as follows:

—Use the

—Use the

keys to move the cursor left and right.5 Enter the password, as follows: —Use the —Use the and keys to enter the following

and

the —Use the keys to move the cursor left and right. and keys to enter the

keys to enter the following characters: A - Z , a - z , ! A-Z, a-z, !

and

the following characters: A - Z , a - z , ! and “ # $

“ # $ % & ‘ (

) * + ,

- .

/

:

; < = > ? [ ] ^ { | }

—Use the numeric keys to enter numbers.

? [ ] ^ { | } —Use the numeric keys to enter numbers. 6 Press

6 Press to submit the password. If the screen prompts for another pass- word, repeat Step 5.

Pro-Link ® resets the Fleet Trip Data, Custom Data, MPH Histogram and RPM Histogram, providing all required passwords were entered correctly.

7 Press

once to return to the T r i p R e c o r d e r Menu . Trip Recorder Menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

d e r Menu . —To return to the Display Menu , press again. 28 Caterpillar

again.

Using the Trip Recorder
Using the Trip Recorder

Viewing Driver Trip Data

Use the Driver Trip Data option to view Driver Trip Data that the ECU maintains for the following parameters:

• Time

• Driving Time

• Fuel

• Overall Fuel Economy

• Driving Fuel Economy

• Percent Idle Time

Idle Time

Idle Fuel

• Percent PTO Time

• Average Vehicle Speed

• Average Driving Speed

• Maximum Vehicle Speed

Maximum Engine Speed • Start Time

• End Time

Average Load Factor

• PTO Time

• Start Odometer

• PTO Fuel

• End Odometer

To view Driver Trip Data:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select Driver Trip Data next and press

.
.

The screen displays the driver trip data. For example:

TIME

12:18

DRV TIME

12:27

DISTANCE

5869.8mi

[FUNC] to exit

4 Use the

5869.8mi ↑ [FUNC] to exit ↓ 4 Use the and keys to scroll the list. 5

and

5869.8mi ↑ [FUNC] to exit ↓ 4 Use the and keys to scroll the list. 5

keys to scroll the list.

5 Press

exit ↓ 4 Use the and keys to scroll the list. 5 Press to return to

to return to the Trip Recorder Menu.

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Resetting Driver Trip Data

The Reset Driver Trip Data option allows you to reset driver trip data on the ECU.

NOTE:

i You do not need a customer password to reset driver trip data.

To reset driver trip data:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select Reset Driver Trip and press

.
.

The screen requests confirmation.

4 Press the

or .
or
.

key to move the selection brackets to YES and press

Pro-Link ® resets the Driver Trip Data.

5 Press

press Pro-Link ® resets the Driver Trip Data. 5 Press once to return to the T

once to return to the Trip Recorder Menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

d e r Menu . —To return to the Display Menu , press again. Resetting the

again.

Resetting the MPH Histogram

The ECU maintains a histogram of engine hours at specific vehicle MPHs. Use the Reset Fleet Trip option to reset the histogram.

To reset the MPH Histogram:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

Using the Trip Recorder
Using the Trip Recorder

2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select MPH Histogram and press

.
.

The screen displays the histogram. For example:

0

2%

0:13

5

7%

0:12

10

5%

0:09

[FUNC] to exit

The MPH is the first number found on a MPH Histogram. The MPH range starts with the first number on a MPH Histogram line and continues up to the first number on the following MPH Histogram line.

The percentage of time that was recorded in the specified MPH range is the second number on a MPH Histogram line. The amount of time in hours that was recorded in the specified MPH range is the third number on a MPH His- togram line.

4 Use the

is the third number on a MPH His- togram line. 4 Use the and keys to

and

the third number on a MPH His- togram line. 4 Use the and keys to scroll

keys to scroll the list.

5 Press

line. 4 Use the and keys to scroll the list. 5 Press once to return to

once to return to the Trip Recorder Menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

d e r Menu . —To return to the Display Menu , press again. Resetting the

again.

Resetting the RPM Histogram

The ECM maintains a histogram of engine hours at specific engine RPMs. Use the Reset Fleet Trip option to reset the histogram.

To reset the RPM Histogram:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

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2 From the Display Menu, select Trip Recorder.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ TRIP RECORDER

3 From the Trip Recorder menu, select RPM Histogram next and press

.
.

The screen displays the histogram. For example:

0

0%

0:00

600 24%

0:12

700

6%

0:09

[FUNC] to exit

The RPM is the first number displayed on a RPM Histogram. The RPM range starts with the first number on a RPM Histogram line and continues up to the first number on the following RPM Histogram line.

The percentage of time that was recorded in the specified RPM range is the second number on a RPM Histogram line. The amount of time in hours that was recorded in the specified RPM range is the third number on a RPM His- togram line.

4 Use the

is the third number on a RPM His- togram line. 4 Use the and keys to

and

the third number on a RPM His- togram line. 4 Use the and keys to scroll

keys to scroll the list.

5 Press

line. 4 Use the and keys to scroll the list. 5 Press once to return to

once to return to the Trip Recorder Menu.

—To return to the Display Menu, press

d e r Menu . —To return to the Display Menu , press again. 32 Caterpillar

again.

Finding the Engine Rating
Finding the Engine Rating

Finding the Engine Rating

The ECU’s Personality Module defines the horsepower family (such as 325 hp) and may contain several ratings within that family. The rating number defines which rating is used (such as 325 hp @ 1900 rpm or 325 hp @ 2100 rpm) within the family.

Use the Engine Rating Spec feature to view the engine rating specifications, includ- ing software type and the currently programmed rating number.

To locate the Engine Rating:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Engine Rating Spec.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ ENGINE RATING SPEC

The screen displays the engine rating information. For example:

ENGINE RATING SPEC CAT 3176 ELECTRONICS

1X2345-67/26/1.11

RATING #4 PROGRAMMED.

After a few seconds, the display automatically advances to the first of many available ratings.

RATING #1-NORM 325 hp @ 1800 RPM 1251 LB @ 1200 RPM TEL 1820 - 1820 RPM

3 Use the

1800 RPM 1251 LB @ 1200 RPM TEL 1820 - 1820 RPM 3 Use the and

and

RPM 1251 LB @ 1200 RPM TEL 1820 - 1820 RPM 3 Use the and keys

keys to scroll through the ratings.

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NOTE:

i The rating # is used when re-programming the rating number with the Cust Spec Params option. Refer to “Programming Customer Specified Parame- ters”, on page 23 for more information.

4 Press

Parame- ters”, on page 23 for more information. 4 Press once to return to the Display

once to return to the Display Menu.

Changing Customer Passwords
Changing Customer Passwords

Changing Customer Passwords

Customer passwords are required to change any customer parameter. Customer parameters are those that effect vehicle speed limits, horsepower rating within a family, and PTO operation (see “Programming Customer Specified Parameters”, on page 23).

Use the Customer Passwords feature to change customer passwords.

NOTE:

i Contact the owner of the vehicle to obtain customer passwords.

To change passwords:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Customer Passwords.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CUSTOMER PASSWORDS

The screen displays the first customer password entry screen.

CUSTOMER PASSWORD #1

←↑ ENTER to submit ↓→ FUNC to exit

3 Enter the current #1 password, using the following guidelines:

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i

NOTE:

Passwords are case-sensitive.

—Use the

and—Use the keys to move the cursor left and right.

—Use the and keys to move the cursor left and right.

keys to move the cursor left and right.

—Use the

and—Use the keys to enter the following characters: A-Z, a-z, !

—Use the and keys to enter the following characters: A-Z, a-z, !

keys to enter the following characters: A-Z, a-z, !

i

“ # $ % & ‘ (

NOTE:

) * + ,

- .

/

:

; < = > ? [ ] ^ { | }

New passwords must be all uppercase letters. Also, some of the charac- ters shown in Step 3 are not acceptable for password re-programming. Pro-Link ® supports those characters for password entry because the passwords may have been set previously with a tool that supports using those characters.

—Use the numeric keys to enter numbers.

4 Press

—Use the numeric keys to enter numbers. 4 Press to submit the password. The screen prompts

to submit the password. The screen prompts you for the #2

password; repeat Step 3.

Providing you entered the passwords correctly, you can now change the passwords.

CUSTOMER PASSWORD #1

1

6

[ENTER] to program

[FUNC] to exit

5 Use the

[ENTER] to program ↑ [FUNC] to exit ↓ 5 Use the and keys to toggle between

and

to program ↑ [FUNC] to exit ↓ 5 Use the and keys to toggle between password

keys to toggle between password #1 and #2; press

when you see the password you want to change.

The screen presents the password entry screen.

6 Follow the password entry instructions from Step 3.

7 Press

Follow the password entry instructions from Step 3. 7 Press to return to the D i

to return to the Display Menu.

Using Calibration Functions
Using Calibration Functions

Using Calibration Functions

Calibration Menu offers the following options:

• Calibrate Timing (pg. 37)

• Calibrate Boost Sensor (pg. 39)

• Calibrate Timing Sensor (pg. 40)

• Calibrate Rack Sensor (pg. 42)

• Display Throttle Duty Cycle (pg. 43)

• Injector Codes (pg. 44)

Calibrate Timing

Use the Calibrate Timing option to calibrate engine timing.

NOTE:

i This option supports the following ECUs: 3116, 3126, 3176B, 3406E, C- 10, C-12, C-15 and C-16.

To calibrate timing:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

3 From the Cal Funcs menu, select CAL Timing and press

.
.
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The screen presents the following alert.

TIMING CALIBRATION ENGINE RPM MUST BE WITHIN 1000-1200 RPM [FUNC] to exit

—If the engine speed is outside the indicated range, use the PTO governor to set the engine speed.

Once engine speed is within the required range, the screen displays the fol- lowing message:

TIMING CALIBRATION CONNECT PROBE TO P24 [ENTER] when done [FUNC] to disconnect

CONNECT PROBE TO P24 [ENTER] when done [FUNC] to disconnect If Pro-Link ® displays “UNABLE TO

If Pro-Link ® displays “UNABLE TO DETECT TIMING PROBE”, be sure the timing probe is installed properly and press to try again.

timing probe is installed properly and press to try again. If Pro-Link ® displays “UNABLE TO

If Pro-Link ® displays “UNABLE TO DETECT IN RANGE ENGINE SPEED” or “UNABLE TO DETECT ANY ENGINE SPEED”, use the PTO governor to set the engine speed between 1000-1200 rpm; press to try again.

the engine speed between 1000-1200 rpm; press to try again. 4 Install the timing calibra tion

4 Install the timing calibration probe then press

.
.

The screen displays, as follows:

TIMING CALIBRATION

|| ←←←←

[ENTER] to calibrate [FUNC] to disconnect

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Using Calibration Functions
5 Press . If the screen displays “UNABLE TO MEASURE THE TIMING REFERENCE”, the ECU
5 Press
.
If the screen displays “UNABLE TO MEASURE THE TIMING
REFERENCE”, the ECU failed to detect the a timing reference
signal. Install the timing probe as instructed in the service trouble-
shooting guide, then press to try again.

Pro-Link ® begins calibrating the timing. At the same time, the engine speed fluctuates. When complete, the screen displays as follows:

6 Press

TIMING CALIBRATION CALIBRATED

[FUNC] to disconnect

. The screen displays the following Probe Disconnect reminder. Probe Disconnect reminder.

TIMING CALIBRATION DISCONNECT TIMING PROBE TO P24 [ENTER] when done

7 Disconnect the probe and reconnect the engine harness.

i

NOTE:

If you forget to reconnect the engine harness before you press the ECU may produce a vehicle speed diagnostic fault code.

,
,

8 Press

.
.

Calibrate Boost Sensor

Use the Cal Boost Sensor option to calibrate the boost sensor.

i

NOTE:

Be sure the ECU is powered up, but not running (powered with no RPM) before performing boost sensor calibration.

To calibrate the boost sensor:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

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2 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

3 From the Calibration Funcs menu, select CAL Boost Sensor and press

.
.

The screen displays the Calibration Initiation screen. For example:

4 Press

BOOST SENSOR CALIBRATION [ENTER] to calibrate [FUNC] to exit

. Pro-Link ® begins calibrating the boost sensor. When calibra- ® begins calibrating the boost sensor. When calibra-

tion is complete, the screen displays as follows:

BOOST SENSOR CALIBRATED

[FUNC] to exit

5 Press

to return to the Calibration Funcs menu. Calibration Funcs menu.

Calibrate Timing Sensor

NOTE:

i This function is only available for 3406B and 3406C ECUs.

To calibrate the timing sensor:

1 Set Timing Sensor to the required position.

2 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

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Using Calibration Functions

3 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

4 From the Cal Funcs menu, select CAL Timing Sensor and press

.
.

The screen displays the Calibration Initiation screen, as follows:

TIMING SENSOR CALIBRATION [ENTER] to calibrate [FUNC] to exit

5 Press

.
.

Pro-Link ® begins calibrating the boost sensor and displays a status screen.

TIMING CALIBRATION CALIBRATED

13.7

[FUNC] to exit

If Line 2 of the screen reads:

CALIBRATED, calibration completed successfully.

CALIBRATION IN SPEC, the timing sensor does not require calibration.

→→||, turn the timing sensor in the direction the arrows point until the CALIBRATED message appears.

6 Press

to return to the Calibration Funcs menu. Calibration Funcs menu.

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Calibrate Rack Sensor

NOTE:

i The function is only available for 3406B and 3406C ECUs.

To calibrate the Rack Sensor:

1 Set the Rack Sensor to the required position.

2 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

3 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

4 From the Cal Funcs menu, select CAL Rack Sensor and press

.
.

The screen displays the Calibration Initiation screen as follows:

RACK SENSOR CALIBRATION [ENTER] to calibrate [FUNC] to exit

5 Press

.
.

Pro-Link ® begins calibrating the Rack Sensor and displays a status screen. For example:

RACK CALIBRATION CALIBRATED

9.5

[FUNC] to exit

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Using Calibration Functions

If Line 2 of the display reads:

CALIBRATED, calibration completed successfully.

CALIBRATION IN SPEC, the Rack Sensor does not require calibration.

→→||, turn the Rack Sensor in the direction the arrows point until the CAL- IBRATED message appears.

6 Press

to return to the Calibration Funcs menu. Calibration Funcs menu.

Display Throttle Duty Cycle

Use the Display Throttle option to display the duty cycle of the Throttle Sensor.

NOTE:

i This option requires ECU support.

To display throttle duty cycle:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

3 From the Calibration Funcs menu, select Display Throttle.

Pro-Link ® displays the throttle duty cycle.

THROTTLE DUTY CYCLE

10%

[FUNC] to exit

4 Press

to return to the Calibration Funcs menu. Calibration Funcs menu.

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Injector Codes

An Injector Code is a four digit code laser burned onto the top of some injectors used by the ECM software to match the software for the unique injector characteristics.

Use this function to view and/or change the Injector code. The default Injector Code (i.e.,1100) is programmed if an Injector Code is not submitted during programming.

NOTE:

i Not all ECUs support Injector Codes.

To view and/or change Injector Codes:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Calibration Funcs.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ CALIBRATION FUNCS

3 From the Calibration Funcs menu, select Display Throttle.

The screen displays the Calibration Funcs Menu.

4 Select Injector Code.

The screen displays the Injector Code information. For example:

INJECTOR #1

1100

[ENTER] to program [FUNC] to exit

5 Press

#1 1100 [ENTER] to program [FUNC] to exit 5 Press to change the code or to

to change the code or

to program [FUNC] to exit 5 Press to change the code or to exit. 44 Caterpillar

to exit.

Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals
Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals

Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals

The ECM maintains information for three levels of maintenance; PM1, PM2 and Coolant Flush/Fill. Use the Maintenance Due option to view and reset mainte- nance item intervals.

PM1

PM1 is defined as oil and filter service. PM1 can be determined from a user-spec- ified interval, or from the ECM, based on fuel. The Customer Specified Parameter PM1 Interval and Engine Oil Capacity influence the maintenance interval.

To view and reset the PM1 interval:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

The screen displays the DISPLAY MENU.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ MAINTENANCE DUE

2 Select Maintenance Due. The screen displays the Maintenance Due menu.

3 Select PM1, then press

the Maintenance Due menu. 3 Select PM1 , then press to re set the PM1 Interval.

to reset the PM1 Interval.

MAINTENANCE DUE

PM1

300

HR

[ENTER] to reset [FUNC] to exit

NOTE:

i If the Maintenance Indicator Mode Customer Specified Parameter is set to disabled, Line 2 on this screen shows Disabled. See “Programming Cus- tomer Specified Parameters”, on page 23.

4 Press

Cus- tomer Specified Parameters”, on page 23. 4 Press to return to the D i s

to return to the Display Menu.

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PM2

PM2 is defined as an engine inspection clean-up. Use the PM2 option to view and reset the PM2 Interval.

To view and reset the PM2 interval:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

The screen displays the DISPLAY MENU.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ MAINTENANCE DUE

2 Select Maintenance Due. The screen displays the Maintenance Due Menu.

3 Select PM2.The screen displays the PM2 information. For example:

MAINTENANCE DUE

PM2

4400

HR

[ENTER] to reset [FUNC] to exit

4 Press

to reset the PM2 Interval.PM2 4400 HR [ENTER] to reset [FUNC] to exit 4 Press NOTE: i If the Maintenance

NOTE:

i If the Maintenance Indicator Mode Customer Specified Parameter is set to disabled, line 2 on this screen shows Disabled. See “Programming Cus- tomer Specified Parameters”, on page 23.

5 Press

to return to the Display Menu . Display Menu.

Coolant Flush/Fill

Use the Coolant/Flush option to view and reset the Coolant Flush/Fill Interval.

To view and reset the Coolant Flush/Fill interval:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals
Viewing and Resetting Maintenance Due Intervals

The screen displays the DISPLAY MENU.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ MAINTENANCE DUE

2 Select Maintenance Due. The screen displays the Maintenance Due Menu.

3 Select Coolant Flush/fill and press

.
.

The screen displays the Coolant Flush/Fill interval. For example:

MAINTENANCE DUE COOLANT F/F 4000 HR [ENTER] to reset [FUNC] to exit

NOTE:

i

If Coolant Flush/Fill Interval is negative, the Coolant Flush/Fill is overdue.

4

Press

4 Press to reset the Coolant F/F Interval.

to reset the Coolant F/F Interval.

NOTE:

i If the Maintenance Indicator Mode Customer Specified Parameter is set to disabled, line 2 on this screen shows Disabled. See “Programming Cus- tomer Specified Parameters”, on page 23.

5 Press

Cus- tomer Specified Parameters”, on page 23. 5 Press to return to the Display Menu .

to return to the Display Menu.

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Using Interactive Diagnostics

The Interactive Diagnostics feature provides the following options:

• Cooling Fan/Multi-Function Output #4 Test (pg. 49)

• Cylinder Cutout (pg. 50)

• Injection Actuation Pressure Driver test (pg. 51)

• Injector Solenoid (pg. 52)

• Inlet Air Heater test (pg. 53)

• MT/AT Transmission Test (pg. 54)

• Multi-Function Output #1 Test (pg. 59)

• Multi-Function Output #2 Test (pg. 60)

• Multi-Function Output #3 Test (pg. 61)

• Rack BTM Sweep Test (pg. 57)

• Retarder/Exhaust Test (pg. 55)

• Shut-Off Solenoid Test (pg. 56)

• Tachometer Circuit Test (pg. 57)

• Timing BTM Sweep Test (pg. 58)

• Vehicle Speed Test (pg. 48)

i

NOTE:

Not all ECUs support all of the tests. Pro-Link ® lists only the tests that are supported by the currently registered ECU.

Vehicle Speed Test

Use the Vehicle Speed Test to exercise the speedometer.

i

NOTE:

This test requires the ignition key ON and engine OFF.

To execute a vehicle speed test:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

Using Interactive Diagnostics
Using Interactive Diagnostics

2 From the Display Menu, select Interactive Diags.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----

INTERACTIVE DIAGS

The screen displays the Interactive Diagnostics Menu.

3 Select VEHICLE SPEED TEST. The screen displays the Vehicle Speed Test status. For example:

VEHICLE SPEED TEST NOT ACTIVE [ENTER] to activate [FUNC] to exit

4 Press

to activate the speedometer check. Line 2 of the displayTEST NOT ACTIVE [ENTER] to activate [FUNC] to exit 4 Press updates to show ACTIVE .

updates to show ACTIVE.

5 Press

once to return to the Interactive Diagnostics Menu ; press again Interactive Diagnostics Menu; press again

to return to the Display Menu.

Cooling Fan/Multi-Function Output #4 Test

Use the Cooling Fan/Multi-Function Output #4 Test to activate and deactivate Coolant Fan/Multi-Function output #4 test.

NOTE:

i This test requires the key “on” and engine “off”.

To execute a vehicle speed test:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Interactive Diags.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----

INTERACTIVE DIAGS

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The screen displays the Interactive Diagnostics Menu.

3 Select FAN/M-F OUT #4 and press

Diagnostics Menu . 3 Select FAN/M-F OUT #4 and press . The screen displays, as follows:

. The screen displays, as follows:

FAN/M-F OUT #4 OFF [ENTER] to turn on [FUNC] to exit

FAN/M-F OUT #4 OFF [ENTER] to turn on [FUNC] to exit 4 to activate the test.

4 to activate the test. Line 2 of the display updates to show ON.

Press

the test. Line 2 of the display updates to show ON . Press 5 once to

5 once to return to the Interactive Diagnostics Menu . To return to

Press

the Display Menu, press

Menu . To return to Press the Display Menu , press again. Cylinder Cutout Use the

again.

Cylinder Cutout

Use the Cylinder Cutout option to perform a Cylinder Cutout test by eliminating fuel injectors from the firing order.

To perform a cylinder cutout test:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Interactive Diags.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ INTERACTIVE DIAGS

The screen displays the Interactive Diagnostics Menu.

3 Select CYLINDER CUTOUT. The screen displays the cylinder cutout informa- tion. For example:

CYLINDER CUTOUT

1 -PWR 2-PWR 3-PWR 4-PWR 5-PWR 6-PWR

←↑[FUNC]

to exit ↓→

Using Interactive Diagnostics
Using Interactive Diagnostics

The numbers represent the cylinders. When this function is first entered, there will be a black square flashing on and off intermittently, replacing the number 1. This is the indicator used to identify the subject cylinder.

4 To select a cylinder, use the

the subject cylinder. 4 To select a cylinder, use the and keys to move to the

and

the subject cylinder. 4 To select a cylinder, use the and keys to move to the

keys to move to the desired

cylinder number; or press the numeric key for the desired cylinder.

The flashing black square appears over the select cylinder.

The flashing black square appears over the select cylinder. 5 To cutout or disable a cylinder,

5 To cutout or disable a cylinder, press . The “PWR” changes to “CUT”, indicating that the cylinder is “Cutout”.

—Press

indicating that the cylinder is “Cutout”. —Press again to return th e “PWR” to that cylinder.

again to return the “PWR” to that cylinder.

6 Press

again to return th e “PWR” to that cylinder. 6 Press once to return to the

once to return to the Interactive Diagnostics Menu . To return to

the Display Menu, press

Diagnostics Menu . To return to the Display Menu , press again. Injection Actuation Pressure Driver

again.

Injection Actuation Pressure Driver Test

Follow the instructions below to activate and de-activate the Injection Actuation Pressure Driver Test.

NOTE:

i The ignition key must be turned to the ON position and the engine power must be OFF to perform this test.

To perform a Injection Actuation Pressure Driver Test:

1 From the menu selection screen, select Engine.

2 From the Display Menu, select Interactive Diags.

DISPLAY MENU

----Selections----↓ ↑ INTERACTIVE DIAGS

Th