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Workshop Manual

Group 30 Electrical system

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TAMDT2P-A, TAMDTSP-A
TAMDT C/LI P.AN AMD74C/L/ P.B
TAMD75P.A

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Group-30 Electrical system


Marine Diesel Engines
TAMDT?P-A. TAMDT3P-A
TAM D7 4C ILIP.I O TAM D7 4C ILIP.B
TAMDTsP-A

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Contents
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Safety information..

General information

Repair instructions

Special tools ..........

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Design and lunction

Component description

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Guide..........

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Control module ....


lnjection pump .....
Sensors
Relays
Fuses
Emergency stop ............
Diagnostic connector
DC/DC converter
Diodes
Controls
Potentiometer ......................,..
MS unit
Solenoid valves (reverse gear)

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Changing the control module......


Disassembly
Assembly
Venting the fuel system
Control adapter adjustment .........

Adjusting idling speed


Calibration of controls
Fault code register

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Wiring diagrams

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Position sensor
Control solenoid (actuator)
Engine speed sensor........

DC/DC converter
Solenoid valve (reverse gear) ......
Potentiometer (controls)

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Electrical fault tracing .......

Charge air temperature sensor....


Coolant temperature sensor ........

Component location (engine)


TAMD72P.A
TAMDT3P-A

AMDT

AMDT

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4C/UP-8, TAMD75P.A

lnstrument panels
Control panels
Colorcodes, EDC cables ........
Electronic controls
Mechanical controls

References to Service Bulletins ........

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Safety information
lf work is done adjacent to a running engine, a
careless movement or a dropped tool can lead
to personal injury in the worst case. Be careful

lntroduction
The workshop manual contains technical data, descriptions and repair instructions for products or product versions noted in the table of contents, supplied
by Volvo Penta. Make sure you use the correct workshop literature.
Read the available safety information, "General information" and "Repair instructions" in the workshop
manual before you stafi to do any service work.

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with hot surfaces (exhaust pipes, turbos, charge


air pipes, startng heaters etc.) and hot fluids in

pipes and hoses on an engine which is running


or which has just stopped. Re-install atl'guards
which have been removed during service work,
before re-starting the engine.

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Make sure that the warning or information labels on the product are always clearly visible.
Replace labels which have been damaged or
painted over.

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The following special warning signs are found in the
workshop manual and on the product.

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WARNING! Warns for the risk of personal injury, major damage to product or property, or serious malfunctions if the instruction is ignored.

IMPORTANT! ls used to call attention to things

Never start an engine without the air filter in


place. The rotating compressor turbine in the
turbocharger can cause severe injury. Foreign
bodies in the inlet pipe can also cause severe
mechanical damage.
Never use start spray or similar products as a
starting aid. Explosions could occur in the inlet
manifold. Danger of personal injury.
AvoiO opening the coolant filling cap when the
engine is hot. Steam or hot coolant can spray
out at the same time as the pressure which has
built up is lost. Open the filler cap slowly, and
release the pressure in the cooling system if the
filling cap or tap has to be opened, or if a plug

or coolant hose has to be removed when the


engine is hot. Steam or hot coolant can stream
out in an unexpected direction.

which could cause damage or malfunctions to


product or propefty.

NOTE! ls used to call attention to impoftant information, to facilitate work processes or operation.

To give you a perspective on the risks which always


need to be obserued and precautions which always
have to be taken, we have noted them below.

Hot oil can cause burns. Avoid skin contact with


hot oil. Make sure that the oil system is de-pressurised before doing any work on it. Never sta
or run the engine with the oilfiller cap removed,
because of the risk of oil spillage.

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Make it impossible to start the engine by cutting


system current with the main switch(es) and
lock it (them) in the off position before stafiing
seruice work. Fix a warning sign by the helmsman's seat.

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nflservice work should normally be done on a


stationary engine. Some work, such as adjustments, need the engine to be running, however.
Going close to a running engine is a safety risk.
Remember that loose clothes, long hair etc. can
catch on rotating components and cause severe injury.

Stop the engine and close the sea cocks before


doing any work on the cooling system.
Only start the engine in a well-ventilated area.
When operated in a confined space, exhaust
fumes and crankcase gases must be ventilated
from the engine bay or workshop area.
Always use goggles when doing any work
where there is any risk of splinters, grinding
sparks, acid splash or other chemicals. Your
eyes are extremely sensitive, injury could cause
blindness!

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AvoO skin contact with oill Long-term or repeat-

ed skin contact with oil can make your skintry


out. The consequence is irritation, dry skin, eczema and other skin disorders. Used oil is more
hazardous to health than new oil. Use protec.
tive gloves and avoid oil-soaked clothes and
rags. Wash regulafy, especially before meals.
Use specialskin cream to avoid drying and facilitate skin cleaning.

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Most chemicals intended for the product (e.g.


engine and transmission oils, glycol, petrol
(gasoline) and diesel oil) or chemicals for workshop use (e.9. degreasers, paints and solvents)
are hazardous. Read the instruction on the
packages carefully! Always observe the safety
advice (e.9. use of breathing protection, goggles, gloves etc.). Make sure that other personnel are not inadvertently exposed to hazardous
substances, such as via the air they breathe.
Ensure good ventilation. Handle used and surplus chemicals in the prescribed manner.

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Be very careful when searching for leaks in the


fuel system and testing fuel injectors. Use goggles. The jet which comes from a fuel injector
has very high pressure and considerable penetration ability. Fuel can force its way deep into
body tissue and cause severe injury. Risk of
blood poisoning (septicaemia).

be formed if the batteries are wrongly connected, is enough to make a battery explode and
cause damage. Do not move the connection
when you attempt to start the engine (risk of
arcing), and do not stand and lean over one of
the batteries.

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Never mix up the battery positive and negqtive


poles when the batteries are installed. tf thbatteries are wrongly connected, this can cause
severe damage to the electrical equipnent.
Please check the wiring diagram! d

Rtways use goggles when charging and handling batteries. Battery electrolyte contains highly corrosive sulphuric acid. lf this comes into
contact with your skin, wash at once with soap
and a lot of water. lf you get battery acid in your
eyes, flush at once with a generous amount of
water, and get medical assistance at once.

Stop the engine and cut the system current with


the main switch(es) before doing any work on
the electricalsystem.

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Allfuels, and many chemicals, are flammable.


Make sure that open flames or sparks can not
and hydrogen gas from batteries are extremely
flammable and explosive when mixed with air in
the correct ratio. Do not smoke! Provide good
ventilation and take the necessary precautions
before you start welding or grinding in the vicinity. Always have a fire extinguisher easily available near the workplace.

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Make sure that oil and fuel soaked rags, and


used fuel and oil filters are stored in a safe
place. Oil soaked rags can self-ignite in certain
circumstances. Used fuel and oilfilters are polluting waste and must be handed to an approved waste management facility for destruction, together with used lubrication oil, contaminated fuel, paint residue, solvents, degreasers
and wash residue.
Bafteries must never be exposed to open
flames or electric sparks. Do not smoke close to
the batteries. The batteries generate hydrogen
gas when charged, which forms an explosive
gas when mixed with air. This gas is very flammable and highly explosive. A spark, which can

ff,e existing lugs on the engine/reverse gear


should be used for lifting. Always check that the
lifting devices are in good condition and that
they have the correct capacity for the lift (the
weight of the engine plus the reverse gear and
extra equipment if installed).
The engine should be lifted with a customised
or adjustable lifting boom for safe handling and
to avoid damaging components on top of the
engine. All chains or cables should be parallel
to each other and should be as square as possible to the top of the engine.
lf other equipment connected to the engine has
allered its centre of gravity, special lifting devices may be needed to obtain the correct balance
and safe handling.
Never do any work on an engine which just
hangs from a lifting device.

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shut off.

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Never work alone when heavy components are


to be dismantled, even when safe lifting devices
such as lockable blocks & tackle are used.
Even when lifting devices are used, two people
are needed in most cases. One who operates
the lifting device and other who makes sure that
components move freely and are not damaged
during lifting.
When you work aboard a boat, always make
sure that there is enough space for disassembly
where you are working, with no risk for personal
or material damage.
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Safety information

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Components in the electricaland fuelsystems


on Volvo Penta products have been designed
to minimise the risks of explosion and fire. The
engine must not be operated in environments
with adjacent explosive media.

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WlnUlNG! Fueldelivery

pipes must not be


bent or straightened under any circumstances.
Damaged pipes must be replaced.

Remernber the foflowing when washing with a


high pressure washer: Never aim the water jet
at seals, rubber hoses or electrical components.
Never use a higr pressure washer for engine
cleaning.

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Onty use the fuels recommended by Volvo Penta. Please refer to the instruction book. The use
of fuel of inferior quaiity can damage the $gine. ln a diesel engine, poor fuel can cause the
regulation rod to bind and the engine will overrev, entailing a strong risk of persona{1njury and
machinery damage. Poor fuel can also lead to
higher maintenance costs.

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General information
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About the workshop manual

Certified engines

This workshop manual contains information, descriptions and instructions for engines with standard
equipment. This manual refers to the following engines:
TAMDT2P-A, TAMD73P.A, TAMDT4C-A,
AMD74L.A, TAMDT4P-A, TAMD74C.B,
TAM D74L.B, TAMDT4P-B and TAMDTSP-A.

When service or repairs are done to an emission


certified engine, it s important to be aware,bf the

The engine designation and number are noted on the


number plate. The engine designation and number
must always be given in all correspondence about an
engine.
The workshop manual has been primarily prepared
for Volvo Penta service workshops and their qualified
personnel. This assumes that people who use the
Manual have basic knowledge of marine drive systems and can do the tasks of a mechanical or electrical nature associated with the trade.

Volvo Penta constantly improves its products, so we


reserve the right to make modifications without prior
notification. All information in this manual is based on

product data which was available up to the date on


which the manualwas printed. Any material changes
introduced into the product or service methods after
this date are notified by means of Service Bulletins.

following:
Certification means that an engine type hqs been
checked and approved by the relevant auf,rority. The
engine manufacturer guarantees that all er{gines
made of the same type are equivalent to the certified
engine.

This put special demands on service and repair


work, as follows:

Maintenance and service intervals recommended


by Volvo Penta must be complied with.

Only Volvo Penta original spares may be used.


Service to injection pumps, pump settings and in-

jectors must always be done by an authorised


Volvo Penta workshop.

The engine must not be converted or modified,


except for the accessories and service kits which
Volvo Penta has approved for the engine.

lnstallation changes to the exhaust pipe and engine air inlet ducts must not be done.

No seals may be broken by unauthorised personnel.

he general advice

in the instruction book about operation, care and maintenance applies.

Spare parts

Spare parts for electrical and fuel systems are subject


to various nationalsafety requirements. Volvo Penta
Original Spares comply with these requirements. No
damage whatever, occasioned by use of non-original
Volvo Penta spares for the product, will be compensated by the warranty offered by Volvo Penta.

IMPORTANT! Delayed or inferiorcare/maintenance, and the use of non-original spares,


mean that AB Volvo Penta can no longer be responsible for guaranteeing that the engine complies with the certified version.
Damage, injury and/or costs which arise from
this will not be compensated by Volvo Penta.

NB: Because the illustrations in the workshop manual cover


several engine variants, certain parts might differ from the
actual configuration. However, the essential information in
the illustration is always correct.

Repair instructions
The warning signs which occur in the workshop manual (please refer to "Safe$ information" for their meanings).

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NOTE!
are not comprehensive in any way, since we can not of
course foresee everything, because service work is
done in highly varying circumstances. For this reason,
allwe can do is to point out the risks which we believe
could occur due to incorrect work in a well-equipped
workshop, using work methods and tools tested by us.
ln the workshop manual, all tasks for which there are

Volvo Penta special tools, are done using these tools'


Special tools are specially prepared to permit the safest and most rational work methods possible. For this
reason, it is the responsibility of the person who uses
other tools or other work methods than those recommended by us, to ensure that there is no risk of personal injury or material damage, and that they can not
cause any malf unctions.
ln some cases, special safety regulations and user
instructions are available for the tools and chemicals
mentioned in the workshop manual. These rules must
always be observed, so there are no special nstructions about this in the workshop manual.
The majority of risks can be prevented by taking certain elementary precautions and using common
sense. A clean workplace and a clean engine eliminate many risks of both personal injury and malfunction.

Above all, when work on fuel systems, lubrication


systems, inlet systems, turbocharger, bearing caps
and seals is done, it is extremely important that no
dirt or other kinds of foreign particles are able to get
in, since this would otherwise cause malfunctions or
shortened service life.

Our joint responsibilitY


Each engine consists of a large number of collEborating systems and components. Any deviation of
component from its technical specification can dramatically increase the environmental impacl of an
otherwise good engine. For this reason, itls extremely important that specified wear tolerances are maintained, that systems with adiustment facilities are correctly adjusted and that Volvo Penta Original Spares
are used for the engine. The times noted in the engine maintenance schedule must be obserued.
Some systems, such as components in the fuel system, may require specialcompetence and special
test equipment. For environmental reasons etc.,
some components are sealed at the factory. lt is only
permissible to work on sealed components if you are
authorized to do such work.
Remember that most chemical products, incorrectly
used, damage the environment. Volvo Penta recommends the use of biodegradable degreasers whenever
engine components are de-greased, unless othenvise
specified in the workshop manual. When working
aboard a boat, be careful to ensure that oils, wash residue etc. are processed for destruction, and are not inadvertently discharged with bilge water into the envi-

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Tightening torques
The tightening torque for vital fasteners, which should
be tightened with a torque wrench, are listed in "Technical Data". Tightening torques" and noted in the job
descriptions in the book. Alltorque specifications apply to clean screws, screw heads and mating faces'
The torque specifications apply to lightly oiled or
clean screws. lf lubricants, locking fluids or sealants
are needed on a fastener, the type of preparation to
be used will be noted in the job description and in
"Tightening Torques".

Repair instructions

lmportant notes on repair


of EDC engnes
The following nstructons must always be observed, to avoid damage to the control module:

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lf the 42-pin connector on the control module is


undone or connected, the system voltage to th
EDC system must first be disconnected.

Note. Cut the current by turning the starterqkey to


the stop position on the active control pan|. Then
make sure that the starter keys are at O on all
control stations.
Check that the current is disconnected by pressing and releasing the diagnosis button. lf no answering flashes come from the diagnostic display,
the system current to the EDC system is disconnected.

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During welding, lhe 42 pin connector on the control module must first be disconnected.

When the batteries are quick charged, turn the


main switches off or undo the battery cables.

Note. During normal maintenance charging, the


main switches do not need to be turned off.

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Only batteries may be used for start help.


Quick starting units can give excess voltages and
damage the control module.
Never undo the battery cables when the engine is
running.
Never disconnect the current with the main switch
when the engine is running.

The following instructions must always be observed, to minimize contact problems:

When a connector is undone, be careful to avoid


contaminating its contact pins with dirt, oil, etc.

Before a connector is put together, clean off any


din on the contact pins and apply contact grease
(part No. 1161417).

Note. Too much contact grease can make it difficult to put the connector together.

Special tools

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Diagnostic key with cables and transport


case, but without program cassette and
user manual.

885344

Program cassette for diagnostic key and


user manual with English, German,
French and Swedish menu choices.
(The cassette is marked with No.
885339).

885345

885352

885334

3838619

Special pliers for disassembling EDC


connector (2 x 8).
VODIA complete diagnostic tool
Consists of:

3838620
3838621

VODIA - palmtop computer (pDA)


with SD card.
VODIA

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station. Used with

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3838622

Program cassette and user manual.


Same software as 885344 but with
Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese and ltalian
menu choices. (The cassette is marked
with No. 885340).

3838623

Extension cable with switch to choose


between two engines. Suits diagnostic
key.
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VODIA - cable wth connector.


Used with docking station
(3838621) on the engine's communication connector.

VODIA - EDC Adapter with externat


power supply. Used with docking
station 3838621 and cabte 98g8622
connected to the engine's 2-pin connector.

Multimeter.

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Design and function


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Fuel

EDC means "Electronic Diesel Control", and is an


electronic system for diesel engine control. he system includes fuel control, diagnostics, electronic
speed controland gear shifting.

The control module analyses the engine's fuel requirements three times per engine revolution.,

The main components of the EDC system are a microprocessor-based control module, an electronically
controlled injection pump and a number of sensors located on the engine and controls.

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Main components

The information reflects the current operation state


and is used by the control module to calculate the
correct fuel volume, check the engine condition etc.

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The fuel requirement is the amount of fuel wich tne


engine needs to maintain or reach the engin speed
demanded.

The result is compared with the amount of fuel which


is currently being injected, available air mass and fuel
temperature.
lf necessary, the fuel volume is adjusted by the electronic regulator on the injection pump.
During a cold start, the control module pre-heats the
engine by allowing it to crank up to four revolutions
before fuel is injected.

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Control panel
Solenoid valve (reverse gear)
Potentiometer
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Design and function

Engine speed control and

shifting i

A potentiometer in the engine control lever transmits


engine speed commands to the injection pump and
gear shift commands to the solenoid valves on the reverse gear.
Shifting is also monitored by the control module which
prevents shifting at too high engine speeds when necessary, which could cause damageto the transmission.

The diagnostic program automatically generates fault


codes for any malfunctions registered by the EDC
system.
Read the fault code and look it up in the fault code

manual, for information about the reason, reaction


and information about measures to be taken for the
malfunction in question.

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A diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic tooltnust


be connected to the diagnostic connector on tFi'e engine for full diagnostic information, and to read or
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codes.

Diagnostic function
lf the control module receives abnormal values from

one or more sensors, the diagnostic function will take


various measures to protect the engine.
lf the coolant temperature, charge air temperature or
charge pressure is too high, for example, the diagnostic function will reduce the amount of fuel injected
(reduce engine power) until the relevant value has
been normalized.

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ln addition, there are "Limp-home" values stored in


the control module, These values are used if there is
a sensor failure, and permit continued operation at reduced engine speed.

VODIA diagnostic tool

Diagnostic key

lf there is a fault in the EDC system which could


cause engine failure, the engine is stopped.

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Gear position
Throle opening

Controlrod position
Coolant temperature
Charge air temperature
Charge air pressure

Fueltemperature
Signals from control panel
Key switch position

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Control module with incoming and outgoing signals.

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Fault codes visible on the control panel

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Fault codes for malfunctions which are reported by a

flashing light on the diagnostic button can be read off


via the control panel.

Reading fault codes

The codes are flashed out once the diagnos{ button


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The fault code consists of two groups of flashes, separated by a pause of two seconds. A faqfr code is obtained by counting the number of flasheq in each
group:

Control panel (Type l)

Example: i;{.: pause

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The fault code is stored and can be read as long as


the malfunction remains.

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Read as follows:

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Check that the starter key is in position


position).

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Press the diagnostic button.

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Release the diagnostic button and make a note of


the fault that is flashed out.
Repeat points 2-3. A new fault code is flashed
out if more are stored.
Repeat untilthe first fault code is repeated.

Fault codes NOT visible on the control


panel
Fault codes for malfunctions which are not reported
by a flashing light on the diagnostic button can only
be read with a diagnostic key or with the VODIA diag-

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nostic tool.
NOTE! Ths means that malfunctions can be registered, although the lamp in the diagnostic button does
not flash. For this reason, always check that no fault
codes are stored. This must be done wilh a diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic tool.

Fault codes for history


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ln the TAMDT4C/UP-B and TAMDTSP-A, a copy of


all fault codes which occur is stored for historical reasons. This copy is an inactive fault code and does not

affect the engine.


Fault codes stored for historical reasons can only be
read by a diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic
tool.

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Design and function

Erasing fault codes


Always erase stored fault codes once the malfunc-

tion/
malfunctions have been attended to.
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NOTE! lf the diagnosis has triggered any action (e.9.


stopped the engine), the fault code must be erased
before the engine can be started

again.

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Control panel (Type ll)

TAMD72 P.A, TAMD73 P-A, TAMD?4CIUP.A

1.

Turn the starter key to the stop position "S" and


release it.

2.

Press the diagnosis button and keep it depressed


at the same time as you turn the starter key to
position "1" (operating position). Then keep the
switch depressed for a further 3 seconds.

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The fault codes are now erased.

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TAMDT4C IUP-B and TAMDT5P-A


The fault code memory in the diagnostic function is
"erased" every time system voltage to the engine is
shut off.
NOTE! The system voltage must be completely cut
off. Stop the engine and check that the ignition key/
keys are in position 0 in all control positions.
When system voltage is switched on again, the diagnostic function checks to see whether there are any
faults in the EDC system. lf this is the case, new fault
codes are set.

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This means that:

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Fault codes for malfunctions which have been attended to or which have disappeared are aulomatically erased by cutting off system voltage
and switching on again.

Fault codes for malfunctions which have not been


attended to must be acknowledged every time
the system voltage is switched on.

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Erasing historical codes


ln the TAMDT4C/UP-B and TAMDTSP-A, a copy of
all fault codes which occur is stored for historical reasons. This copy is an inactive fault code and does not
affect the engine. These fault codes can only be
erased by a diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic
tool.

Diagnostc key

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VODIA diagnostic tool

NOTE! Historical material should be erased when


malfunctions have been attended to, so that the history will be new next time the engine is serviced.

Design and function

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verstons
The most important differences between the EDC
systems on the engine versions in this manual are:

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Simpler erasing of fault

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Fault codes stored for history.


Engines with 12 V system voltage: DC/DC converter (30).
Engines with 12 V system voltage: Screw terminal for separate power supply to EDC system removed (replaced by DC/DC converter.

DC/DC converter

TAMD74P.B

TAMD7sP.A

TAMDTSP-A has:

New software.

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Screw terminal for separate power supply to EDC system


TAMDTSP-A, TAMDT4C/UP-A with 12 V electrical system

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Corn ponent descriPtion


with the position numbers in
NOTE! Component postion numbers in the illustrations in this manual correspond
(-)'
marked
are
the relevant wiring diagram. Components without position numbers

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5.
6.
7.

Starter relaY ...........


Main relaY
Control module.......'
Fuel temPerature sensor '......
Charge air Pressure sensor .'

8.
9.

Stop relaY...
Circuit breakers

19. Charge air temPerature sensor

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.... page 20

... page 20
... page 15
...... page '18
...... page 19
...... page 20
...... page 21
...... page 18

20. Coolant temperature sensor


21. Position sensor
22. Engine speed sensor ..........

page 1 8

23. Control solenoid (actuator) ...

page 17

24. Diagnostic connector

page 22

28. Flat pn fuse ............

page 21

29. Diodes.........

page 22

30. DC/DC converter

Page 22

page 17
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Control module, (7)


Voltage

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12V or 24Y

Connector.............:......

42 pin

The control module, which is the central unit in the


EDC system, is localed beside the secondary fuelfilter on the left of the engine.

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The following values are programmed intqthe control
module memory at the
,

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Extreme values
lf an extreme value is exceeded, a clock is started in the control module which measures the
highest or lowest value and the length of time that
an extreme value has been exceeded.

The information is stored and can be read by


means of a diagnostic tool.

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The following extreme values are programmed in


the control module:

High charge air temperature ........... 65'C (149"F)


Low charge air temperature................ 5'C (41'F)
High fuel temperature ..................... 60'C
High coolant

40'F)

10"c (50"F)

Low fueltemperature

Low coolant

(1

temperature
temperature

95"C (203'F)
5"C (41"F)

High charge pressure


TAMDT2P-A, TAMDT3P-A..... 263 kPa (38.1 psi)
T AMDT

4C/UP-4, TAM

D7 4C

IUP -8,

TAMDT5P-A:
Rating s (353 kW) .................. 240 kPa (34.8 psi)

Rating 4 (331

kW)

234kPa (33.9 psi)

Rating 3 (316 kW) ............. ..... 22s kPa (33.2 psi)


Rating 3 (294 kW) ............ ...... 225 kPa (32.6 psi)
(Absolute pressure = charge
pressure+atmospheric pressure)

High engine speed


TAMDT2P-A, TAMDT3P-A
T AMDT 4CIUP.A, TAM D7 4C lUP

2650 rpm

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TAMDTSP-A:
Rating 5 and 4

...... 2680 rpm

Rating 3.........

2580 rpm

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Component descriPtion

Alarm values

kPa

Highest permissible values of charge air temperature, coolant temperature etc. lf the alarm values
are exceeded, the control module reduces the
fuel volume until the relevant value has been normalized.

3m
250
200

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150

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100

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50
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The following alarm limits are stored


(pre-programmed) in the control modqle:

2100 24OO

900 1200 1500


....... Max.

26(X) rPm

Limphome
Min'

Charge pressure diagram, TAMDT2P-4, TAMDTSP-A

Highest permissible

charge

airtemperature..,.............

permissible

80"C (176'F)

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fuel temperature ............. .................,70"C
Highest permissible coolant

temperature

(on).............

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(1

58'F)

96"C (204'8'F)

Highest permissible coolant

temperature(off).............

93'C(199.4"F)

Highest permissible charge


pressure (Max) .......... please refer to the diagram

Lowest permissible charge


pressure (Mn) ........... please refer to the diagram

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kPa
300

The basic values which the control module uses


(instead of stopping the engine) if there is an
open or short circuit in the signal from each sen-

250
200
150

sor.

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100

900 1200

grammed in the control module:

1800 2100 2400 2600 rpm

1500

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Max.

Limphome
Min.

Charge pressure dagram,

The following "limp home" values are pro-

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"Limp home" values

AMDT4CIUP'A/P-B' TAMDTsP-A

- Charge air temperature ..............'.'.. 55"C (131'F)


- Fueltemperature .........40"C (104"F)
....,' 10"C (50'F)
- Coolant temperature
- Charge air pressure... please refer to the diagram
1000 rPm
- Engine speed .........

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Component description

lnjection pump
The injection pump is an in-line type unit, located on
the left of the engine. lt is driven from the timing gear.

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The injection pump is provided with an electronic governor. The governor consists of a control solenoid
(actuator), position sensor and an engine speed sensor (please refer to the description below). Thqpe
control module uses the governor to both regulte
and control the fuel supply to the engine.

Function check: Please refer to the "Eletrical fault


tracing"

chapter.

Location of injection pump

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Governor

The governor is electronically controlled by the control module. The following components in the governor are used by the EDC system:

Regulator location in injecton pump

Position sensor (21)


The position sensor provides the control module with
information about the position of the control rod,
which corresponds to the amount of fuelwhich is currently being injected.

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Engine speed sensor (22)


The engine speed sensor is an inductive sensor. The
sensor informs the control module about engine
speed.

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Controlsolenoid (23)
The actuator is a solenoid which governs the movement of the control rod and thus governs the amount
of fuel injected.

22

Governor

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Component descriPtion

Sensors
Charge air temperature sensor (19)
Type: Thermistor with negative temperature coefficient so-called NTC resistor.
Measurement

range

... -40"C to +150"C

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(-40'F to 302'F)

TAMDT2P: The sensor is located underneaththe inlet pipe, between the intercooler and the heat ex-

changer.

TAMD73P, TAMDT4C/UP aNd TAMDTdP: ThE SENsor is located on top of the front section of the nlet
pipe.

The sensor reacts quickly to temperature changes. lt


consists of a non-linear resistor. The resistance falls
as the temperature rises.

Function check: Please refer to the "Electrical fault

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Coolant temperature sensor, (20)
Type: Thermistor with negative temperature coefficient so-called NTC resistor.
Measurement

range

....-30'C to +120"C
(-22"F to 248"F)

The sensor is located in the thermostat housing.


The sensor reacts slowly to temperature changes. lt
consists of a non-linear resistor. The resistance falls
as the temperature rises.

Function check: Please refer to the "Electrical fault


tracing" chapter.

Fuel temperature sensor

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The sensor consists of a non-linear resislor. The resistance falls as the temperature rises.
The sensor is located inside the fixing lug on the control module for the secondary fuel filter.
The fuel flows from the filter head, via the fixng lug
and on through the filter, back into the system.
When the fuel passes the fixing lug, the sensor provides information about current fuel temperature to
the control module. The control module can then calculate the correct amount of fuel, with consideration
also given to the energy content of the fuel. The fuel
also cools the control module to a certain extent.
The fuel temperature sensor can be checked with a
diagnostic key or with the VODIA diagnostic tool.
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Component description

Gharge ar pressure sensor (-)


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The sensor is integrated into the control module. lt


senses the charge air pressure via a capillary pipe
from the inlet pipe to the T-nipple beneath the control
module.
The sensor measures atmospheric pressure first.
When the engine has started, the sensor also measures charge air pressure, i.e. the absolute prescure.

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TAMD72, TAMD73: Since the sensor is integrated


into the control module, it can not be replaced separately, the entire control module must be canged if

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IMPORTANT! Nevertwist or undo the T-nipple


beneath the control module. This can damage
the charge air pressure sensor.

TAMD74, TAMD75: The sensor can be changed


once the cover on the control module has been removed.

Function eheck This must be done with a diagnostic


key or the VODIA diagnostic tool.

Other sensors

For information about the engine speed sensor and


position sensor: Please refer to the "lnjection pump"
section.
For information about the potentiometer: Please refer
to the "Controls" section.

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Component description

Relays
NOTE! Retays 5, 6 and
ally interchangeable.

are identicaland are mutu-

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Starter relay (5)

........... switching (with quenching diode)


................r'l Ol2O A
24V /12 V .................

Type

The starter relay activates the starter motor when the


starter key is turned to the start position. ,

Main relay (6)

........... switching
24V112 V.................

Type

(with quenching diode)


10120 A

The main relay is controlled by the control module.


This supplies current to the injection pump and the
solenoids on the reverse gear.

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Stop relay (8)

........... switching (with quenching diode) |


10120 A
24Vt12 V.................

Type

The stop relay cuts current supply to the control solenoid in the actuator when the starter key is turned to
the stop position. Fuel supply is cut and the engine
stops.

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Component description

Fuses
Fuses (9)

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2 circuit breakers'
The circuit breakers are located in the distribution
box. lf any circuit breaker trips, the current to the instrument panel and key switch is cut, with thq,following

results:

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TAMDT2P-4, TAMDTSP-A: The engine stops and can


not be started untilthe circuit breaker hq$been re-set.
T AMDT 4C/UP-4, TAMDT 4CIUP -B and TAMDT5P-A:
The engine can not be stopped with the starter key
(use the emergency stop) until the circuit breakers
have been re-set.

The circuit breakers are re-set by pressing the red button on each breaker, once any faults have been attended to.

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Fuse (28)
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flat pin fuse

7.5 A

The fuse is located in the distribution box.


P -B and TAM D75 P-A
have a conventional fuse (28) rated at 7.5 A. The fuse
cuts the current if there is a short circuit in the engine
cables. lf this fuse blows, the engine stops.

T AMDT 4C /UP-A, TAM D7 4C/U

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Emergency stop
lf a fault has occurred, so that the engine can not be
stopped in the normal manner, the engine can be
stopped with the lever on the injection pump regulator. Pull the lever back until the engine stops.

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Component descriPtion

Diagnostic connector etc.


Diagnostic connect or (24)
Connector .....................

2 pin

A diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic tool must


be used to read and erase all fault codes.

The diagnostic tool is connected to the engine.via the


2-pin connector in the distribution box.

NOTE! System current must be switche{.on when


,
fault codes are read

out.

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DC/DC converter (30)

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The TAMDT C/UP-B and TAMDTSP-A with 12 V


electrical system has a DC/DC converter installed in
the junction box. This stabilizes the voltage supplied
to the control module during starting, and replaces
the function of the diode (see below).

Function check (DC/DC): Please refer to the "Elec-

trical fault tracing" chapter.

Diodes (29)

Quantity

................... 2 pcs

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The TAMDT4C/UP-A with 12 V system voltage and


the TAMDT4C/UP-A/P-B and TAMDTSP-A with 24 V
system voltage have two diodes in the junction box,
which separate engine instruments and EDC cables.

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Component description

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Controls (-)

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Both electronic and mechanical controls can be used


for engines with EDC. lf mechanicalcontrols are
used, they are connected to a separate control adapter with a potentiometer.

NOTE! When the controls are changed, the .b*


"ontrol must be calibrated.

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Potentiometer (-)
The potentiometer registers the movements of the
control lever and gives the control module information
about engine speed and gear shift commands.

The potentiometer is installed in the control (or in a


separate control adapter if a mechanicalcontrol module is used).
NOTEI When the potentiometer is changed, the con-

trol must be calibrated again.

Function check Please refer to the "Electrical fault


tracing" chapter.

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The MS unit is a separate memory unit which is used
if the boat has more than one control station. An MS
unit is required for each control station. The boat can
be equipped with up to seven extra control stations.

The MS unit stores calibration information and informs the control module about the control station
which is active.

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Component description

Solenoid valves (reverse gear)


S

Solenoid valves (-)


Electric shifting of the reverse gear is arranged by
two solenoid valves installed in the hydraulic unit on
the reverse gear.

A cable harness (with separate markings) is connected to each solenoid valve. The direction of rotation of
the reverse geardepends on the cable harness connected to each solenoid

valve.

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The cables are marked "Primary" or "Seqondary".


The primary cable supplies current to the solenoid
valve when the control is moved fonards (assuming
the calibration has been done correctly).

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The secondary cable supplies current to the solenoid


valve when the control is moved backwards. (Assuming the calibration has been done correctly.)

Twin Disc MG5061, -5062, -507, -5085

lf the direction of rotation of the reverse gear needs to


be changed, this is arranged by switching over the
cable harnesses between the two solenoids.

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Function check: Please refer to the "Electrical fault


tracing" chapter.

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reverse gear can not be operated from the control station for other reasons, it can be engaged manually.

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the reverse gear, for forwards travel.
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solenoid valves must be disconnected before
the reverse gear is engaged manqFlly.

wnnnrlNc! lf the reverse gear is*pngageo

Twin Disc MG5061, -5062, -507, -5085


V1s+r.rr

1.

Stop the engine and remove the ignition key from


the ignition lock.

2.

Note the solenoid valve (P or S) to which the cable marked "Primary" is connected, and remove
the connectors from both valves.

3.

Remove the solenoid valve and valve body (V)


from the valve which was connected to the "Primary" cable.

4.

Undo plug (A) and install it in the hole left by the


valve body.

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Tightening torque: Max27 Nm (19.9lbf.ft).

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manually, t can not be disconnected by using


the control lever. Fonard motion can then only
be stopped by stopping the engine with the ignition key or stop button.

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(6.8Nm)

WARNINGI The reverse gear is now connected


for forward motion and cannot be disengaged
by the control lever.

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Component description

Twin Disc MG 5075


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(7 Nm)

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1.

Stop the engine and remove the ignition key from


the ignition lock.

2.

Note the solenoid valve (P or S) to which the cable marked "Primary" is connected, and then remove the connectors from both valves.

3.

Remove the cap nut (A) from the solenoid valve


which was connected to the "Primary" cable.

4.

Press button (A) and turn it clockwise until it

locks.

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WARNING!The reverse gear is now connected


for fonvard motion and cannot be disengaged
by the control lever.

Twin Disc MG5075

zF (MPM tRM) 280, -301, -302

1.

Stop the engine and remove the ignition key from


the ignition lock.

2.

Note the solenoid valve (P or S) to which the cable marked "Primary" is connected, and then remove the connectors from both valves.

3.

Remove the cap nut (A) from the solenoid valve


which was connected to the "Primary''cable. Turn
the button aVzlurn anti-clockwise until it locks.

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The reverse gear is now connected


A, WARNING!
for forward motion and cannot be disengaged

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General information
Electrical fault tracing is described for the following
components:

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Position sensor

(regulator)

Control solenoid (regulator)

(regulato$
- Charge air temperature sensor
Engine speed sensor

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Coolant temperature sensor

DC/DC converter

Solenoid valves (reverse gear)


Potentiometer

All measurements described are done with a multimeter.

Read off any fault codes before electrical fault-finding


starts.
A first check of relays, monitors, control panels and
sensor values is easy to do with a diagnostic key or

with the VODIA diagnostic tool.


When a connector is undone, be careful to avoid exposing it to dirt, oil, etc.

lf system voltage is switched on after a connector has


been undone, a fault code for that component is set.

Before a connector is put together, clean off any dirt


on the contact pins and apply contact grease, part
No. 1 161417.

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Measurement of position sensor


'.l. Undo the connector from the regulator.

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2.

Measure the resistance between pins 1 and 6.


The multimeter should show 18-22 O.

3.

Measure the resistance between pins 5 and 6.


The multimeter should show 18-22A.

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Electrical fault tracing

Measurement of control solenoid


(actuator)

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1.

Undo the connector from the regulator.

2.

Measure the resistance between pins 2 and 7


The multimeter should show 0.6-1.1 f.

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Measurement of engine speed


sensor
1

2.

Undo the connector f rom the regulator


Measure the resistance between pins 3 and 4.
The multimeter should show 0.8-1.2 kQ.

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Electrical fault tracing

Measurement of charge air


temperature sensor
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Temperature information supplied by the charge air


temperature sensor to the control module can be read
by a diagnostic key or with the VODIA diagnostic toot.
NOTE! The sensor is highly sensitive to temperature
changes. lt is enough to breathe on it, or hold it in r,
your hand to get an incorrect measurement value. '

1.
2.

Undo the charge air temperature sensor connec-

tor.

Use the multimeter to measure across the two


contact pins on the sensor.

The multimeter should show the following values al:

(32'F)
10'C (50'F)
20"C (68'F)
30"C (86'F)
0'C

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1S.7 kO r2.O kO

40'c (104.F) ..

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3.0 kO +0.5 ke
2.4kA t0.3 kA

Tightening torque

max.30 Nm (22.1 tbf-fr)

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sensor

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Temperature information supplied by the coolant tem_


perature sensor to the control module can be read by
a diagnostic key or with the VODIA diagnostic toot.
NOTE! The sensor is highly sensitive to temperature
changes. lt is enough to hold it in your hand to get an
incorrect measurement value.

1.
2.

Undo the coolant temperature sensor connector.


Use the multimeter to measure across the two
contact pins on the sensor.
The multimeter should show the following values at:

(32"F)
20"C (68"F)
0'C

........4.9 kA1670
......... '1870

.......
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80"C (176'F)...........
10oc (212"F). .. ..... ..

40"C (104"F)... ......

800 O

60'C (140"F)...... ........

370

Tightening

torque

kC

22O e.

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190 e r15 e
104 A

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max. 30 Nm (22.1 tbf_ft)

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Electrical fault tracing

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Checking the DC/DC converter

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When the voltage varies between 3.5 and 7.9 V, the


DCIDC converter still supplies a stable voltage of 8 V
to the control module.

lf the voltage is below 3.5 V or above 8 V, the DC/DC


converter supplies the same voltage as it is supplied

with.

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1.
2.
1

Connect the black cable to the negative terminal.

Take one of the rediblue cables with a spade


terminal (1) and connect to a voltage of at least

8V.

3.

Reduce the voltage to between 3.5 but not exceeding 7.9 V

4.

Read the voltage between the negative terminal


and one of the two red/blue cables with a socket

terminal(2).

5.

Read the multimeter. lt should show 8 V.

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Electrical fault tracing

Checking the solenoid valve


(reverse gear)

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lf the reverse gear can not be engaged, the solenoid


valve function can be checked by connecting 12 V or
24Y lo both the smallpins on the solenoid valve.
When the solenoid valve receives current, the valve
will open and a "cliclC'should be

heard.

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Solenoid valves can also be measured

1.
2.

Undo the

connector.

Use the multimeter set for resistance

follows:

,""rur"-

ment. Measure between the two small pins on the


solenoid valve.

The multimeter should show the following values at

20'c (68'F):
ZF (MPM IRM) reverse gear
12 V system

voltage

24 V system voltage

....... 9.8 O *10%


39.3 O x1Oo/o

Twin Disc reverse gear


12 V system voltage

24 V system voltage

... 8.47 {lx,1Oo/o


33.9 O

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Electrical fault tracing

Measuring the potentometer in the


control module

1.

Electroniccontrols:
Undo the potentiometer cable. Remove the control module from the control station if ecessary.

Mechanical controls with control adapter:


Remove the control cable from tlle potentiometer
control arm. Then remove the potentiometer from
the control adapter.

2.
Potentiometer

The multimeter should show 2.0 kA t'10% (at


2o"c / 68'F).

Use a multimeter to measure between pins 1 and


2 on the potentiometer.

3.

Move the control lever / control arm between its


two end positions. Use a multimeter to measure
between pins 1 and 3 and between pins 2 and 3
on the potentiometer.

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The multimeter should show a value greater than


0.9 kO at one end position and a value not exceeding 2.9 kO at the other end position.

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Changing the control module

\ lmportant!
System voltage must be disconnected when the 42pin connector on the control module is connecte{.or
disconnected, or the control module will be damdged.
Cut the current by turning the starter key to th-e "S" position on the active control station. Then cheok that the
starter keys are at position "0" on all control $ations.

Check that the current is disconnected by pressing


and releasing the diagnosis button. lf no answering
flashes come from the diagnostic display, the system
current to the EDC system is disconnected.

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1.

Cut the system voltage to the EDC system.

2.

Clean the secondary fuelfilter bracket carefully

3.

lnsert a screwdriver between the red catch arm


and the connector.

4.

Turn the screwdriver to partly pull the catch arm


out of the connector.

5.

Pull the catch arm down at the same time as you


pull the connector back.

6.

Undo the capillary pipe from the T-nipple underneath the control module (wrench size 15 mm).

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TMPoRTANT!

TAMD72, TAM73: Never twist or undo


the T-nipple beneath the control module.
This can damage the charge air pressure
sensor in the control module.

7.
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8.

Unscrew the rear, secondary fuel filter. Use a filter wrench for disassembly if necessary. Be careful not to spill fuel.
Remove the control module union (wrench size

27 mml. Remove the control module.

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Changing the control module

Assembly
1.

Wipe the new control module gasket with oil'


Then put the control module in the fuel filter
bracket and fix it in place by tightening the pipe
union.
Tightening torque: 38 t6 Nm (28 t4.4 lbf-ft).

2.

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Clean any dirt off the connector and its contact


pins. Then apply a thin layer of conta{ct grease
(paft No. 1 161417-9) to the connection pins'

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/\ IMPORTANT! Connect the connector by


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pressing it forwards towards the control


module at the same time as you press the
red catch arm upwards. This is important'
to avoid damaging the contact pins.

4.

Connect the capillary pipe to the T-nipple underneath the control module.

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Connect the connector to the control module.

IMPORTANT!

AM72, TAMD73: Never twist or undo


the T-nipple beneath the control module.
This can damage the charge air pressure
sensor in the control module.

5.

Check that the secondary fuel filter is absolutely


clean and that the gasket is undamaged. Moisten
the secondary fuel filter gasket with oil'

6.

Screw down the secondary fuel filter by hand, until the gasket just touches mating surface on the
bracket.
Then turn it another half turn by hand.

7.

Vent the fuel system as per the instructons on


the next Page.

8.

Calibrate all controls with the new control module


Pleas refer to the "Calibration of engine controls"
chapter.

9.

Start the engine and check that the engine, controls etc. function normallY.

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Changing the control module

Venting the fuel system


The luel system must be vented when the control
module has been changed.

1.

Avoid fuel spillage. Put a suitable vessel underneath the secondary fuelfilters.

2.

Open the vent screw (3) on the fuelfilter bracket,

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Hand pump
Vent screw

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Operate the hand pump (2) on the feed pump until fuel without air bubbles comes out from the
venting screw. Continue pumping and close the
vent screw at the same tme.

4.

Pump another 10 to 20 strokes with the vent


screw closed, to build up a suitable supply pres'
sure. Check that no leakage occurs.

1.
2.
3.

turns.

lf the engine does not start, continue venting as


follows:

5.

Pump 10 to 20 strokes with the hand pump (2) on


the fuel pump.

6.

Loosen the bypass valve (1) union and continue


pumping untilfuelflows out without any air bub-

bles.

7.

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another 10 to 20 strokes, to build up a suitable
supply pressure.

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Changing the control module

Control adapter adiustment

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Move the reverse gear shift lever to the neutral

position.

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2.

Remove lock pin (1) and washer (2) f rom the nipple (3).

3.

Undo the nipple on lhe adapter control arm. Turn


the control arm so that the top of the heel (4)
presses in the position button (5) on the neutral
position switch.

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Changing the control module

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4.

Adjust the nipple (3) on the control cable so that


its pin is centralized on the hole (6) in the adapter
control arm. Lock the nipple in this position with
lock nut (7).

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Put the nipple (3) back in the control arm

lnstall the washer (2) and lock pin (1).

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Adiustng dling speed

General information
ldling speed is adjusted to 600 rpm when the engine
is delivered. lf necessary, the idling speed can be,adjusted in the area between 550-600 rpm. Do the'adjustment when the engine is warm.

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NOTE! lf the boat has several control statio6rb, adjustmenl can only be done from the main contro.l station

0fEFEs

550

(normally the control station in the saloon).

Adjustment
1. Check that all control levers are in neutral/idling
position.

2.

Turn the ignition key to "S" (stop position) and release it, so that it springs back to position "0".

3.

Depress the neutral button and keep it depressed


until item 5.

4.

Turn the starter key to position "1" (drive position).


The diagnosis bulton lamp lights up.

5.

Release the neutral button when the diagnosis


button lamp goes out.

6.

The lamps in the neutral and diagnosis buttons


now flash to confirm that the idling speed can be
adjusted.

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be adjusted at the same time.

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7.

Start the engine and use the control lever to adjust the idling speed.

8.

Confirm the set speed by pressing the neutral button.

9.

Finish adjustment by moving the control lever to


the neutral/idle position.

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General information
The control module must be calibrated after the control module, MS unit, potentiometer or complte con'
trol module have been

changed.

Calibration is defined as a number of pre-determined


control lever positions for the EDC systeft.

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IMPORTANT! lf the boat has mechanicat controls, the conlrol must be equipped with a neutral switch, which closes when the control lever
is in neutral.

Electronic single lever control

ldentification
During calibration, the control module checks the type
of control module and marine gearbox (with or without

electric shifting) used.


ln calibration mode, the number of flashes from the
diagnostic indication show the equipment which has
been identified.

The flashes are repeated during the entire calibration


procedure as follows:
Mechanical two lever control wth mechanical shifting.
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One flash:

Electronic single lever control and electronic operation of the reverse gear.
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flashes:

Electronic two lever control or mechanical single or


two lever control with two control adapters and electronic operation of the reverse gear.

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Mechanical single or two lever control with one control adapter and mechanical operation of the reverse
gear.

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Mechanical two lever control with electric shifting.

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Calibration of controls

Calibrating the controls


The control(s) is calibrated to define the five (5) control lever positions to the EDC system.

The five (5) positions are:

1. Neutral idle
2. Forwards idle
3. Full speed fonruards
4. Reverse idle
5. Full speed reverse

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NOTE! Positions 1, 2 and 4 are easy to feel as three


fixed positions where Neutral idle (1) is the center po'
sition. On late model controls, the three positions coincide with three markings on the control cover.

NOTE! Positions 3 and 5 are the fonruard and reverse


end positions of the control lever.

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IMPORTANT! Localize the three fixed positions


and the end positions by moving the control lever fonvards and backwards before calibration
is activated.

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Start calibration mode


1

NOTE!The EDC system will not go into calibration


mode if there are any fault codes stored (except fault
codes 1.6 and 1.7). Attend to any malfunctions before

calibration.

2.

Put the control leve(s) in the neutral/idling


position (1).

Turn the starter key to "S" (stop) and release it,


so that it springs back to position "0".

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3.

Depress the neutral button (A) and keep it depressed until item 5.

4.

Turn the starter key to position "1" (drive position)


The diagnosis button lamp (B) lights up.

5.

Release the neutral button when the diagnosis


button lamp (B) goes out.

6.

The lamps (C) in the neutraland diagnosis buttons now flash to confirm that the EDC system is
in calibration mode.

7.

lf the boat has two engines: Repeat the proce-

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dure with the controls for the other engine so that


the levers for both engines are calibrated at the
same time.

Calibration of controls

Calibration
Electronic single lever control

NOTE! When you calibrate the controls for two engines, calibrate both levers on the control at the same
time, to give the same lever positions for both en-

gines'

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1.

Put the EDC system in calibration niOe as in tne

instructions on page

2.

From neutral/idling position ('1)- move the lever


to position "X" (about half way between the position for idle/forwards and the end position for full
speed forwards).
Then move the lever backwards to the position for

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idle/forwards (2).
Release the lever and acknowledge the position
by pressing the neutral button for at least three
seconds.

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Release the lever and acknowledge the position

by pressing the neutral button for at least three

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seconds.

4.

verse/idle (4).

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by pressing the neutral button for at least three

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Release the lever and acknowledge the position


seconds.

Move the lever to position "Y" (about half way between the position for reverse/idle and the position for full throttle in reverse).
hen move the control lever to the position for re-

Move the lever to the position for full throttle forwards (3).

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Move the lever to the position for full throttle reverse (5).
Release the lever and acknowledge the position
by pressing the neutral button for at least three

3 sec.

seconds.

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Calibration of controls

6.

Move the control lever back to neutral/idle position (1). Release the lever.

7.

Acknowledge and finish calibration by twice depressing the neutral button for at least three seconds.

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The neutral and diagnostic button lamps stop


flashing, to confirm that calibration is comleted

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Calibration of controls

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Calibration

Mechanical single lever control

NOTE! When you calibrate the controls for two engines, calibrate both levers on the control at the same
time, to give the same lever positions for both engines.

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Some third pafty control levers have been found to


give more travel (A) at full throttle with the reverse
gear in neutralthan at full throttle with tfrb reverse
gear engaged. Measure the control cab[e movement
(A) at the potentiometer bracket at fullthrottle, with
the reverse gear engaged. Note the value.

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1.

Put the EDC system in calibration mode as in the


instructions on page 40.

2.

From the neutral / idle position (1 ) - disengage


the shift function and move the lever forwards to
the position for full throttle (3). Release the lever.

Controls of other makes: Check that the control

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noted value.

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Release the lever and acknowledge the position


by pressing the neutral button for at least three

seconds.

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Move the lever to neutral/ idle position (1).


Release the lever and acknowledge the position
by pressing the neutral button for at least 3 seconds.

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Move the lever to position "X" (about half way between the position for idle/forwards and the end
position for full speed forwards).
Then move the lever backwards to the position
for idle/forwards (2).
Release lhe lever and acknowledge the position
by pressing the neutral butlon for at least three

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Calibration of controls

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Move the lever to position "Y" (about hatf way between the position for reverse/idle and the position for full throttle in reverse). Move the control
lever to the position for reverse/dle (4).
Release the lever and acknowledge the position
by pressing the neutral button for at least three
seconds.

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Move the control lever back to neutral/idle position (1). Release the lever.

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Acknowledge and finish calibration by twice depressing the neutral button for at least three seconds.

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The neutral and diagnostic button lamps stop


flashing, to confirm that calibration is completed.

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Calibration of controls

Calibration
Electronic/Mechanical two lever control

NOTE! When you calibrate the conlrols for two engines, calibrate both levers on the control at the same
time, to give the same lever positions for both engines.

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2.

From the idle position (1) - move the throttle lever to full throttle position (2). Release the lever.

Put the EDC system in calibration mode'as in


the instructions on page 40.

Acknowledge the position by pressing the neutral


button for at least three seconds.

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3.

Move the lever to neutral position (1). Release


the lever and acknowledge the position by pressing the neutral button for at least three seconds.

4.

Move the gear shift lever to position "X". Then


move the lever back to the position where the reverse gear is engaged for forward motion (3). Release the lever.

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Acknowledge the position by pressing the neutral


button for at least three seconds.

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Move the gear shift lever to position "Y". Then


move the lever forwards to the position where the
reverse gear is engaged for ieverse motion (4).
Release the lever.
Acknowledge the position by pressing the neutral
button for at least three seconds.

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Move the levers to neutral position and idling position respectively. Belease the levers.

7.

Acknowledge and finish calibration by twice depressing the neutral button for at least three seconds.

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flashing, to confirm that calibration is cornpleted.

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Fault code register

Explanation for fault code register:


Fault codes are presented in numerical order, with information about reason, reaction and proposed measures to
be taken. Please note that there are fault codes which are not indicated, or which can nol be read from the cort',
trol panel. The number varies, depending on the engine version. These fault codes can only be read and erasej
by a diagnostic key or with the VODIA diagnostic tool. The way that the faull code is read is shown in the fault

code register

(below).

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Fault code number
Fault code heading

A = Refers to TAMDT2P-A
B = Refers to TAMDT3P-A

C = Refers toTAMDT4C1L/P-A/P-8, TAMDTSP-A

iii- = frrtt code can be read from the control panel


p = Fault code can be read by a diagnostic tool

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NOTE! A diagnostic key or the VODIA diagnostic tool must be used for full diagnosis information, with facility for
reading and erasing all fault codes. These diagnostic tools are connecled to the engine diagnostic connector in
the distribution box.

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Diagnostic key

VODIA diagnostic tool

Distrbution box

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Fault code register

Code

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There are no fault codes to flash out via the control panel.

Code

1.2

Calibration

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Reason: Neutral gear postion is wrong in relation to potentiometer value.

Reaction: Calibration is not approved.


Action:

. Erase fault code.


. Re-calibrate controls.
. lf the fault remains: Check mounting of controls and potentiometer.

Code

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1.3 Callbration

;sc F

A/B/c

Reason: Angle between throttle opening start and full throttle is too small.

Reaction: Calibration is not approved.


Action:

. Erase fault code.


. Re-calibrate controls.
. lf the fault remains: Check mounting of controls and potentiometer.

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Code1.4 Calibration

Reason: Neutral position is not large enough (angle between throttle opening for forwards motion
and throttle operation for reverse is not large enough).

Reaction: Calibration is not approved.

Action:

. Erase lault code.


. Re-calibrate controls.
. lf the fault remains: Check

Code

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mounting of controls and potentiometer.

Calibration

Ntc

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Reason: Control system can not be identified by the control module'

Reaction: Engine controls can not be calibrated.


Action:

. Check fuses, connectors and cables


. Erase fault code.
. Re-calibrate controls.

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1.6

calibration

for main relay, controls and reverse gear

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Reason: Controls on main control station (normally the control station in the cabin) are not calibrat
ed

Reaction: The starter motor s not activated / it is not possible to activate the control station. When
the fault code has been read, the engine can be started. Engine speed is then limited to 1000 rpm.

Action:

. Calibrate

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the controls.

Fault code register

Code

1.7 Calibration

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NBIC,

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Reason: Controls on the alternative control station have not been calibrated.
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Reaction: lt is not possible to activate the control station.

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Action:

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Calibrate the controls.

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Codc2.2 lnjection pump


Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit in signal from control rod position

sensor.

Reaction: The engine is stopped.

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Action:

. Check connections on injection pump and control module.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the position sensor function (please

refer to the "Electrical faull trac-

ing" chapter).

Code2.$,

lniectionpump ' :

-:iS NBg;','

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Reason: The control rod position solenoid draws too much current. Or it does draw enough current, or no current at all.

Reaction: The engine

s stopped.

Action:

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. Check connections on injection pump and control module.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the actuator solenoid function (please

refer to the "Electrical fault trac-

ing" chapter).

Code2.4

Enginespeedsnso{,

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NArc

Reason: The engine speed sensor does not give a signal on starting. Or there is no signal from the
starter relay to the starter motor, or a short circuiVopen circuit in the startef motor.

Reaction: The engine does not start/starter motor is nol activated.


Action:

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.

Check connectors and cables on the engne speed sensor and control module, between the starter relay and starter motor.
Erase fault code.
Start the engine.
lf the fault remains: Check the engine speed sensor function (please refer to the "Electrical fault "
chapter) and check the starter motor.

CodE

2.5

Engiirc spqed sensor

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Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on signal from engine speed sensor tn operation.

Reaction: The engine is stopped.


Action:

Check connections and cables on engine speed sensor and control module.

. Erase fault code.


. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains:

Check the engine speed sensor functon (please refer to the "Electrical fault

tracing" chapter).
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Fault code register

Code2.6 Potentiomeer

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NBIC

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on power supply to potentiometer in controls.


Reaction: The reverse gear is disengaged and engine speed is cut to 1000 rpm. NOTE! The fault
applies to the current control station, i.e. it is possible to operate from another control station if the
boat has more than one control station.

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Action:

. Check cables and connectons up to the controls'


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.

lf the fault remains: Check the potentometer function (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracing"r

chapter).
lt is possible to do an emergency shift (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracing" chapter).

Code2.7 Potentqmeter

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Reason: The control module does not receive information from the potentiometer in lhe control lever base (applies to the potentiometer for the engine speed lever in a twin lever control.).

Reaction: The reverse gear is disengaged and engine speed is cut to 1000 rpm. NOTE! The fault
applies to the current control station, i.e. it is possible to operate from another control station if the
boat has more than one control station.
Action:

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. Check cables and connections up to the controls.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the potentiometer function (please
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refer to the "Electrical fault tracing"


chapter).
lt is possible to do an emergency shift (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracing" chapter).

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3.1

Potentometer

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AIB/C

Reason: The control module does not receive information from the potentiometer in the control lever base (only applies to twin lever control.).

Reaction: The reverse gear is disengaged and engine speed is cut to 1000 rpm. NOTE! The fault
applies to the current control staton, i.e. it is possible to operate from another control station f the
boat has more than one control station.
Action:

. Check the connections and cables for the potentiometer and up to the control staton.
. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the potentiometer lunction (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracng"

chapter).
lt is possible to do an emergency shift (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracing" chapter).

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3.2 Charge ar temperature sensor

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/B/C

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on signal from charge air temperature sensor.
Reaction: Charge air temperature set to 55"C (131.0'F). Engine power reduced. Lots of smoke
from a cold engine.

Action:

. Check connections on charge ar temperature sensor and control module.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the charge ar temperature sensor function (please refer to the "Electrical fault tracing" chapter).

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Fault code register

Code3.3 Coolanttemperatresensor

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NArc

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on signal from coolant temperature sensor.

Reaction: Engine very difficult to start, lots of smoke from cold engine.

Aclion:

. Check connections on coolant temperature sensor and conlrol module.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the coolant temperature sensor function (please

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refer to the "Electrical,''

fault tracing" chapter).

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Code3.5

Neutral button

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NBtc

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on cables from neutral button. Or the button has been activated
for more than two mnutes.

Reaction: lt is not possible to shift gears until two mnutes have passed.
Action:

. Check cables and connections up to control panel.


. Check button function.
. Erase fault code.

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Diagnostlc button

Beason: Short circuiVopen circuit on cables from diagnostic button. Or the button has been activated for more than two minutes.
Reaction: Diagnostic button indication lamp is constantly lit. lt is not possible to read the fault code
from the control panel.

Action:

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.

Check cables and connections up to control panel.


Check button function.
Erase fault code.

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AIB/C

Reason: Short circuiUopen circuit on cables from activation button (aclive staton). Qr the button
has been activated for more than two minutes.

Reaction: lt is not possible to activale the control station.

Action:

.
.
.
.

Check cables and connections up to control panel.


Check button function.
For twin installation and control panel type ll: Check the relay in ths cables for the control panel.
Erase fault code.

Code

4.3

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Temperalure alarm

tuB/C

Reason: Short circuiUopen circuit on cables from instrument panel.

Reaction: High coolant temperature warning lamp gives constant light. Or

t cloes not

light up when

the engine temperature is too high.

Action:

. Check connections and cables on instrument


. Erase fault code.

panel and control module.

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Fault code register


Code

4.4

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Engine speed syrrchronizing

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Reason: No output signal for engine speed Synchronization (twin institll;rtr,rrr)


Reaction: Engine speed synchronization does not work.
Action:

. Check cables and connections to control panel.


. Check that there is contact between the engnes, via the cables ]oinr to lll, r ,rrtr,,i

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cables with a 16-pin connector: Measure between pin 13 in eicll r;rrtrhr':, nr.lr, . ,,' ,'.'z-'62 4g \:,
the engine. lf thefe is an 8-pin connector: Measure between pin 5 rtt rru lt ' .rl,l,.; ,! .,.{ .r.'.4;
tion at the engine.
. Check the ground cable between the starter motors on the engincs.
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. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.

Code

4.6

Starter

relay

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Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on control current to starter relay.


Reactionl Engine can not be started.
Action:

. Check the fuses (9), the connectors and cables for the starter rr-'lay ;tttrl r;urlrl ,rr, ',r' :.r
. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check staer relay function.

Code

5.1

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Main relaY

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on cables from main relay.


Reacton: Engine can not be started/stopped.

Action:

. Check the uses (9), the connectors and cables


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check main relay function.
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Code

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Neutral indication

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Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on cables from neutral indication.

Reaction: Neutral button indication does not light up when the control lcvcr
Acton:

. Check cables and connections up to control panel.


. Erase fault code.
. lf the fault remains: Control panel type l: Change control panel.
Control panel type ll: Change the bulb in the neutral button.

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Code5.4

Revqrsegear,fonvards

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Reason: Short circuit / open circuit on cable to reverse gear for forward gear

Reaction: lt is not possible to shift gear.

Disengage gear (if possible).

WARNINGI lf the engine is started with a gear engaged, fonrard motion can only be cut off by
stopping the engine with the ignition key or stop button.

Action:

. Check cables and conneclions to reverse gear.


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lt is possible to do an emergency shift (please refer to the "Electrical

Code

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5.5

Reverse gear,

aft

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fault tracing" chapter).

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A/BI/C

Reason: Short circuit / open circuit on cable to reverse gear for aft gear.

Reaction: lt is not possible to shift gear.

. Disengage gear (if possble).


A WARNINGI lf the engine is started

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with a gear engaged, forward motion can only be cut off by


stoppng the engine with the ignition key or stop butlon.

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Action:

. Check cables and connections to reverse gear,


. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lt is possible to do an emergency shift (please refer to the "Eleclrical fault tracing"

chapter).

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Code

5.6 charge

air

pressure

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Reason: Too high charge air pressure

Reaction: Engine power is cut until normal values are obtained.


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Action:

. Check the air filter and the capillary pipe between the inlet manifold
. Check the waste gate valve.
. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the turbocharger.

Code

6.1

Fuel temperature

and control module.

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Reason: Excessive fuel temperature.


Reaction: Engine power is reduced (volume compensation ceases).

Aclion:

. Check the installation of the fuel tank, fuel pipes and ventilation of the engine bay.
. Fill up with fuel (the temperature-raising effect of returned fuel is reduced f there is more fuel in

the fuel tank).


Erase fault code.

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Fault code register

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Reason: Excesive charge air temperature.

(for safeReaction: Engine power is cut until norrnal values are obtained. Power reduction ceases

ty reasons) at idling sPeeds.

. Check the intercooler.


. Check the installation if the engine bay temperature
. Erase fault code.

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is too high'

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Reason: lncorrect signals from the potentiometer or control panel at another control station. Or
faulty MS unit.

Reaction: lt is not possible to operate from another control station.


Action:

. Check the connectors and cables on lhe controls and control panel at the other control station'
. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Check the potentiometer function (please refer to the "Electrical faull tracingi'
chapter).

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Reason: Fault in one of the press-buttons/indication lamps in the control panel at the other control
station.

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Reaction: The other control station can not be used

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Action:
Check the connectors and cables on the control panel at the other control staton.
Erase fault code.
the
lf the fault remains: Control panel type l: Change control panel Control panel type ll: Check

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bulbs.

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Reason: Fault in control module.

Reaction: Engine is stopped, can not be started, control station can not be activated'

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Action:

. Erase fault code.


. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains:

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Change the control module.

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Acton:

.
.
.

t-

Fault code register

Code

8.2

Control module.(internal

sensor)

' F

A/8/6l

,i

Reason: Short circuiVopen circuit on signal from charge air pressure sensor or fuel temperature
sensor* in control module.

- AMD72P-A
and TAMDT3P-A.

Reaction: Engine power is cut until normal values are obtained. This can cause increased exhaust
smoke.

Action:

. Check the air filter and the capillary pipe between the inlet pipe and control module
. Erase fault code.
. lf the faull remains: Change the control module.

Reason: Calibration values can not be stored by the control module.

i)

Reaction: The control lever base must be calibrated before each start.
Action:

. Erase

fault code.
o Re-calibrate controls.
. lf the fault remains: Change the control module.

Code

8.4

Control

module

Reason: Control module

""n

not

UArc

o"d tror*r,t" to its internal memory.

Reaction: lt is not possible to adjust idling speed.


Action:

'

Change the control module.

Code g.S- Contiol module

?lpNarc

Reason: Control module can not read from/write to its internal memory.

Reaction: Extreme values are not slored.


Action:

Change the control module.

Code

8.8

Control modull

-lii

Narc

Reason: Control module can not read from/write to its internal memory

Reaction: Fault codes are not stored.


Action:

Change the control module.

55

Fault code register

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Reason: The MS unit does not receive a signal from the control module'

Reaction: lt is not possible to operate from another control station.


Action:

. Check the conneclors and cables on the control panel and to the other control station.
. Erase fault code.
. Start the engine.
. lf the fault remains: Connect a diagnostic tool. Check whether it is possible to communicate with

tt-

the control module. lnternal communication: Change the control module. Communication:

Change MS

unit.

Gode$"$r'

fiogramrnemory,' .',,,

;',' '.-,'',:'"

-li

/gC W

NAC','

Reason: Fault when system current is switched on, or fault in program memory. lntermttent contact in power supply to control module.

Reaction: Engine can not be started.


Action:

. Cut the current completely and wait lor three mnutes before re-connecting it.
. Check the cables and connections for power supply (battery, starter motor, starter
.

The fault codes are self-erasing.

switch, etc.).

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.
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c

. Start the engine.


. lf the fault remains: Re-program or change the control module.

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1,4 1,3

Control panel (twin installation), several control stations - single lever control

6.
7.
8.
9.

1,2
7
8
9
0

1. lndcation lamp
2. Switch
3. Connector
4. Relay
5. Position swtch
6. Potentiometer
7. Connector, Port - Starboard cable kit
8. 2-pin connector (diagnostic connector)
9. 16-pn connector, Port engine

10.

10.
11.
12.
13.

14.
15.
16.
'1

16-pin connector, Starboard engine

=.
=
(o
=

lnstrument panel (main Panel)

NOTE! The control and instrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurrng combinations for the above engine. Supplementary wiring dagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on in the chapter.

1, 13

7.

18.
19.

12 14

lnstrument lighting
Voltmeter
Oil pressure gauge
Coolant temperature gauge
Connector for connecting extra warning
dsplay (optional equipment)
Electronic unit (alarm)
Warning lamp, coolant temperature
Warning lamp, oil pressure
Charge warning lamp
lndicaton lamp (not used)
Switch, instrument lighting
Switch - Alarm tesVAcknowledgment
Tachometer
Key switch
Audible warnng
Connector for connection of neutral position switch
16-pn connector
2-pin connector (lor optional board)
Adapter

4
1

2
3

3
7

r,;J

A 9 t

&tv

71116t4

89

12

10

10

25
I

18

17

19
I

710

11

3
l

56

10

6
3

1t12

aa

t,;;..

-l
89

?
16

f11

{t

5?

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Engine (12 V system
voltage) TAMDT2P-A

o_

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q)

u)

19

10

\at

Y,

t
25

\t/

16

15364132

15

Engine (12 V system


voltage) TAMDT2P-A

t1

16

1A. Starting battery

1a.
2A.

2e.
I

15

2 B

24

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

14
4

QA"i)

10.

13
O-10

12

EDT UNIT
I

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14.
15.

3128

1.

12.
13.

EAR

11

32

422t3924263
0.3

(instrument cables)
4-pin connector (reverse gear)
Solenoid valve (reverse gear
with electric shifting)
Temperature sensor, charge
air
Coolant temperature sensor,

17.

11
gsa

Jont
16-pin connector*

16.

T,7 EAR NO

18.

EAR

19.

20.

10

Emergency/auxiliary battery
Main switch
Main switch for backup system
Alternator
Starter motor
Starter relay*
Main relay'
Control module, EDC
Stop relay'
Circuit breakers (8 A)'
Oil pressure sensor, rev- gear
Pressure sensor, turbo pressure
Ol pressure moniror, engne
Ol pressure sensor, engine
Coolant temperature sensgr

EDC

21. Poston sensor*", control rod


22. Engine speed sensor"'
23. Actuaton solenoid, EDC..
24. Z-pinconnector

O-30 BAR

STAR|

25.

{diagnostic connector)'
l6-pin connector (controls)
Connector

27.

Main swtch

26.

(controllinstrument panels)

21

22
23
- - - -u-{clpfrl

19
NA

r9

*
.*

3214

Cable areas in mm2 are specified after

the color code in the wiring diagram.


When not otherwise specified, 0.5 mm,
shall apply.

(o

Gables shown with broken lines are


supplied by Volvo Penta,

1*r+- **"

rd*i* *

*a

not

rrl

18
FWN

t:l

l+

L t::-

Ril

nlly"Ecoynav

T
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tr

'

il

i,

l-r
J

18

LJnd

--:::-J-r
ilt

t[[

Normally open during operation.

BL i.3lue
P=
LBL = Light blue
R=
BN = Brown
SB=
LBN = Light brown VO=
GN = Green
W
GR = Gray

-<t

2B
--?n

NO

af

i]"26 'cable colors


:r

r---

MANUil BACK-UP SYSTM

118

ET.

17

Located n uncton box


Located on injection pump

J
- -

!16

OR =

Orange

'

PnK

(O

o-

Red
Black

(O

Violet

0)

Whte

Yellow

'

3
U'

Cl)
o

TAMDT2P-A (24 V)

ring combinations for the above engine. supplementary wring diagrams for
and instrument panels are found later on in the chaptei.

1.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

1,4

1,

1. lnstrument lghtng
2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. Coolant temperalure gauge
5. Connectorforconnecting extra warning

ai conlrol

display (optional equipment)

6. Eletronic unt (alarm)


7. Warning lamp, coolant temperature
8. Warning lamp, oil pressure
9. Charge warning lamp

1,2

lndicaton lamp
Switch

I
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Connector
Relay

10.
1

Poston swtch
Potentometer
Connector, Port - Starboard cable kit
2-pn connector (diagnostic connector)
16-pin connector, Port engine
1 6-pn connector, Starboard engne

14.
15.
1

6.

17.

12 14

18.
19.

1.

12.
13.

1, 13

=.
:f
(o

lnstrument panel (man panel)

NorE! The control and nstrument panels shown here are the most commonly occur-

Control panel (twin installation), several control stations - single lever control
2.

lndication lamp (not used)


Switch, nstrument lghting
Switch - Alarm tesVAcknowledgment
Tachometer
Key switch
Audible warning
Connector for connection of neutral position switch
16-pn

connector

2-pin connector (for optional board)


Adapter

7
7

-l
I910

aaa
e&Iaw

f;";

fr-rn;rA
6

89

fr

t32 t t

13

45

89

17

18
19

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25
710

10

.,

g8

\l

T/
16

\ty

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Engine (24 V system vottage) TAMDT2P-A

'
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3
CD

1213

10

19

f:-""

\rrt
234

\Y

\.1

25

16

98

4132

t6

11

Engine (24 V system voltage) TAMDT2P-A


1A. Starting battery
.l

B.

2A.

2e.
I
2

tem

15

24

14

3. Alternator
4. Starter motor
5. Starter relay'
6. Main retay'
7. Contol mooie, EDC
8. Stop reby'
9. CrrCut braxefs (8 Aj'

10.
1030

622

EDC
135

'J2

11.

23 t4

UN

15129

-:t{.; '-

3T 2E

20 39 24 26

Emergency/auxiliary battery
Main switch
Main switch for backup sys-

34

11
:

-i

.i'

10
u

-3t

1AR

12.
13.
14.
15-

16.

Oil pressure sensot, reverse


gar
Pressure sensot, turo ptessufe
Ol pressure montror, engtne
Oil pressure sensor, engne
Coolant temperature sensor
Joint
16-pn connector" (instrument

17.
18.

cables)
4-pin connector (reverse gear)
Solenoid valve (reverse gear
with electrc shifting)

19.

Temperature sensor, charge

20.

Coolant temperature sensor,

air
EDC

21. Postion sensor'", control rod


22. Engine speed sensor**
23. Actuation solenoid, EDC-24. 2-pin connector (dagnostic

i;.{;

19

21 22

25.
23

..'

dl

] {P

E*

NO

3214
Cable areas in mm2 are specifed after
the color code in the wiring diagram.
When not otherwise specfed, 0.S mm2

shau apply.
OJ

Cables shown wth broken lines are


supplied by Volvo Penta.

not i18
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17

lsl
FWD REV
rrarrmu rsecoxotan_l

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l+

STSTEIT

--J*t'

18

L t:-. -:-*-:---j-J

--

-ir

MANUAL BAK-UP

F io

Jr^
i

Located n juncton box


Located on injection pump

e-ut open during operation.

BL ='--us
= Light blue
BN = gqlv
LBN = Light brown
LBL

- 6ss
GR=66y
GN

l+

l6-pin connector (controls)

Cable colors
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connectoQ*

1A

OR =

Orange

P
R

= PnK
= Red
= Black

SB
VO =
W

Violet
White
= Yellow

f,

(o
o-

(O

0)

(t,

'-

>

try

Engine (24 V system voltage) TAMDT2P-A


q

1A.

Emergency/auxlarybattery

28.

Main switch
Main switch for backup system

2r.

15

24

3.
4.
5.
.
7

14

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101033

3536 6

'.

2314

EDt U^lr
5 15f2C16

3t

2t

7
42 20 39 21

31

Alternator
Starter motor
Slarter reay'
l"la;n relay'

Corol m;:-. fDC

..-r

ulrLL.r

i!

Startng battery

18.

-:,

'

U,dE:S

u.; p:eis! 5i-.3: .::S

3ss*; s;',t:.

t-.t

pis-

',
13

., ;r;:s-:. ;..i.;r nJn


;. prSSur snsor, nElne

1+.

c,aiirit le,Trp3fatJf sensot

1.

l-pin conneror" (nstrument


coles)

17.

.1-pn connector (reverse gear)

19.

Temperature sensor. charge


at
Coolant lemperature sensor,

'18. Soienoid valve (reverse gear


wth eectric shifting)
_:

:J_

20.

EDC

15

19
AiR TEAIP

21 22

21. Position sensor"", control rod


22. Engine speed sensor".
23. Actuation solenoid, EDC.'
24. 2-pin connector (diagnostic

23

INJECTIOH PNP

3t

3214

shall apply.
cl)

Cables shown with broken lines are not Ire


supplied by Volvo Penta.
1

181
FIID

FEV

trytunnn_oelox^rn

MANUAL SACK-UP

SYSTEM

2e
--/u

T_
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L !--

- =---

J -J

Located in junction box


Located on iniecton pump

Normally open during oper-

Cable colors

Jr^

BL =Blue
P =
LBL = Light blue R =
4
-BN = Brown SB =
LBN

GN
r

ation.

1"

*'"
I

;;{

connector)'
16-pin connector (controls)

NO

17

Cable areas in mm2 are specfed after


the color code n the wiring dagram.
When not otherwise specified, 0.S mm,

25.

1A

GF

g1 brown

VO

=..Qss W
Y
=6"t

OR = 6tunn"

Pink
Red
Black

= Violet

White
= Yellow

l=
(o

=.

o_

d'
(o
)

U)

TAMDTsP-A (12 V)

O')

N)

/^\

a)

=.
f

(O

q9

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

,4

1,

1,2
7

trol

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1. lndcation lamp
2. Switch
3. Connector
4. Relay
5- Positon swtch
6. Potentometer
7. Connector, Port - Starboard cable kt
8. 2-pin connector (diagnostic connector)

9.

'10.

)
(o

lnstrument lighting

Voltmeter
Oil pressure gauge
Coolant temperature gauge
Connector for connectng extra warning
display (optional equiPment)
6. Electronc unit (alarm)
7. Warning lamp, coolant temperature
8. Warning lamp, oil pressure
9. Charge warning lamP
10. lndication lamp (not used)
1
Switch, instrument lighting
12. Switch - Alarm tesvAcknqwledgmen!
13. Tachometer

@
Control panel (twin installaton), several control stations - single lever con-

nstrument panel (main Panel)

NOTE! The control and instrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurring combinations for the above engine. Supplementary wiring diagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on in the chapter.

g)

3
CN

,r]

l.

0
1

14.
15.

Key swtch
Audible warnng

'16. Connector for connection of neutralpo1, 13

16-pin connector, Port engne


16-pin connector, Starboard engine

12 14

17.
18.
19.

sition switch
16-pin connector
2-pin connector (for optonal board)
Adapter

4
1

7
7

-l
8910

M.tk

a8a
&

Ml

'tl

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r,;;.

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19

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16

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11

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Motor (12 V system


voltage) TAMDT3P-A
'lA. Startilg battery
1e.
2A.

2e.
t

15
10

12)"L1

10.

13

-1A BAP

12381C1090 3 2 I 3536

.l

:12

J3

UNIT

t2s1

3t

2A

14.
15.
16.

0,7 BAR NO

4220 39

24

1.

12.
13.

12

EDT

34

11

17.

18.
A_3 BAF

19.
fuBL

10

20.

19

connector)'

25. 16-pin connector (controls)


26. Connector, 12 V supply
27. Main switch

NECTTO

9Ur9

Cables shown with broken lines are not


supplied by Volvo Penla.

.
**

23
B+

lsl

lra

Fll

Ril

enwn21:tgoxoyn )

EAf-

17

Cable areas in mm2 are specfied after


the color code in the wiring dagram.
When not otherwise specified, 0.5 mm,
shall apply.
C')

Oil pressure sensor, enging


Coolant temperature sensor
Joint
16-pin connector* (instrument
cables)
4-pin connector (reverse gear)
Solenoid valve (reverse gear
wth elctrc shifting)
Temperature sensor, charge
air
Coolant temperature sensor,

(control/nstrument panels)

22

3214

ct)

sure
Ol pressure monitor, engine

21. Position sensor't, control rod


22. Engine speed sensor*'
23. Actuation solenod, EDC".
24. Z-pin connector (diagnostic

STAET

AR TgP

Oil pressure sensor, revl griar


Pressure sensor, turbo pres-

EDC

O.3O BAR

21

Man swtch
Main switch for backup system

3. Alternator
4. Starter motor
5. Starter relay6. Main relay"
7. Control module, EDC
8. Stop relay9. Circuit breakers (B A)'

14

24

Emergency/auxiliarybattery

NANUAL BACK.UP SYSEN

2;
--/*

T
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L !*-

-I

l-l

--r- -j -J

.t-t o
FFr
i

,{
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1e

NO

Located in junction box


Located on njection pump

Normally open during operation.

Cableolors

P =
BL =Blue
27 LBL = Light blue R =
BN = Brown SB =
LBN = Light brown VO =
GN = Green W
-!14'n'-_J
Y =
GR=6t
1
OR = Orange

Pink
Red
Black

(o
o'
(o

Violet

Whte

Yellow

U'

c)

TAMDT3P-A (24 V)

"t8t"

1,4 1,3

Control panel (twin installation), several control statons - single lever con-

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1,2

lndicaton lamp
Switch

7.
8.

9.

10.

10.
11.
12.

9
0

Connector

4.
5.
6.

6.
7.
8.
9.

trol

1.
2.
3.

Relay
Positon switch
Potentometer
Connector, Port - Starboard cable kit
2-pin connector (diagnostic connector)
16-pin connector, Port engine
16-pn connector, Starboard engine

13.
16.

1, 13

12 14

17.
18.
19.

Voltmeter
Oil pressure gauge
Coolant temperature gauge
Connector for connecting extra warnng
display (optional equipment)
Electronic unit (alarm)
Warning lamp, coolant temperature
Warning lamp, oil pressure
Charge warning lamp
lndicaton lamp (not used)
Swtch, instrument lighting
Switch - Alarm testlAcknowledgment
Tachometer

Connector for aonnection of neutral position


,
16-pin connector
2-pin connector (for optional board)
Adapter

switch

v
1

2
3

o-

'
(o

lnstrument lightng

14. Key switch


15. Audible warning

=
(o
=

lnstrument panel (man panel)

NOTE! The conlrol and instrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurring combinations for the above engine. Supplementary wiring diagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on in the chapter.

7
7

aa aur a
av

11

12
15

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agt

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1213

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234

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19

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132

Motor (24 V system


voltage) TAMDT3P-A
1n.
1e.

2a.

Starting battery
Emergency/auxiliary battery
Main switch
Main switch for backup system
Alternator
Starter motor
Starter relay'

i,1.

,,

2.
I

15

24
2

t::-1"--'

13

S;iiP

191030?

2237

Ett u\tr
43J

32

29

1t

31

3.
4.
5.
6. Main relay'
7. Control rrooue. EDC
6. Siop reiay'
9. Cr:u.t xrt 8 ;'

14

28

21 27

Pf

"

.:!

42 20 39 24 26

1.:.
b

es*: s:.s,; i-:!,.- "'-r-

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;.-';nc siri* l, si5=

i.

a
-. -.
U,, ;:i>Se;c
:l,,ii iJ,n
C,, ;:"ss-i: scr,scr. nEn
Ci;l,' tmp,eranjf Sensor
1-prn connctor' (lnsrument
LdUCS'

17.

-:l

1.
10

19.

20.

4-prn connector (reverse gear)


Sonoio vaive ireverse gear
*rl electrc shftng)

Temperature sensor. charge


ai
Cooiant lemperature sensor,
EDC

15

19

20

21 22

21. Postlon sensor", control rod


22. Engine speed sensor.23. Actuaton soenod, EDC-.
24. Z-pin connector (dagnostic

23

5n

25.

connector)'
16-pin connector (controls)

.
.*

Located in iunction box


Located on injection pump

:t

32 t
Cable areas in mm; are specfied after
the color code in the wring diagram.
When not otherwise specified, 0.5 mm,
shall apply.
O)

Cables shown wth broken lines are not


supplied by Volvo Penta.

i18

18i
FWD

AEV

te11nn_pco!!!Rn

NANUAL AcK-uP

sysIEM

2a
t-

NO

17

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Normally open durng operaton.

Cable

2t,

colors

oR

= Orange

P =
''L =Blue
LBL = g1 6u" R =
BN = iBrown SB =
LBN

_J

g1

brown VO

Green
GR=Gray
GN =

Pink
Red
Black

= Violet

White
= Yellow

=.
f=
(o
o'
(o

!)

3
(t

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control stations

1.
2.

3.

3a.

4.

4a.

5.

5a.

6.
7.

7a.

single lever control

Control panel
Connector
Dagnostic button
LED (yellow):
Neutral button

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1,4

1,

1,2
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Synchronizaton button
LED (blue):
LED for background llumination
Actvation button
LED, 2 pcs (red) port and starboard.

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2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. Coolant temperature gauge
5. Connector
6. Electronic unit (alarm)
7. Warning lamp, coolant temperature
8. Warnng lamp, oil pressure
9. Charge warning lamp

10.
11.

12.
13.

8. Potentiometer, throttle opening / gear shift


9. 8-pin connector (male)

10.

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NOTE! The control and instrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurring combnations for the above engine. Supplementary wring diagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on n the chapter.

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14.

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Swtch, instrument lightng
Switch - Alarm tesVAcknowledgment

Tachometer with built-in hours counter


Key swtch

15.

8-pin connector (female)

17

1, 13

Audible warning
16. Connector
17. 16-pin connector
'18. 2-pin onnector (for optiona board);,
19. Adapter

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and instrument panels are found later on n the chapter.

Control panel (twin installation), several


control stations - single lever control

. Control panel
2. Connector
3. Diagnostic button
3a. LED (yellow):
4. Neulral button
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4a.

5.

5a.

6.
7.

7a.

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9.

10.

1,4 1,3

1,2
7

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Synchronization button
LED (blue):
LED for background illumination
Actvation bulton
LED, 2 pcs (red) port and starboard.
Potentometer, throttle opening / gear shift
8-pin connector (male)
8-pin connector (female)

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1, 13

B.

11.
12.
13.

Key switch

Audible warning
Connector
16-pn connector
2.pin connector (for optional board)
Adapter

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Switch - Alarm test/Acknowledgment
Tachometer wth built-n hours counter

15.

18.
19.

Warning lamp, oil pressure

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9. Charge warning lamp


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16.
17.

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2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. coolant temperatufe gauge
5. Connector
6. Electronic unil (alarm)
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3. Alternator
4, Starter motor
5. Starter relay'
6. Main relay'
7. Control module, EDC
L Stop relay'
9. Circuit breakers (8 A)'
10. Oil pressure sensor, reverse gear
. Pressure sensor, turbo pressure

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13. Ol pressure sensor, engine
14. Coolant temperature sensor
15. Joint
16. '16-pin connector" (instrument

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cables)
4-pin connector (reverse gear)
18. Solenoid valve (reverse gear wth
electric shifting)
19. Temperature sensor, charge air
20. Coolant temperature sensor, EDC
21. Position sensor**, control rod
22. Engine speed sensor'*
23. Actuaton solenoid, EDC-.
24. z-pin connector (diagnostic connector)25e. 8-pin connector, control (male)
25e. B-pin connector, control (female)
28. Fuse (7.5 A).
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supplied by Volvo Penta.

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Starting battery

1e. Emergency/auxiliarybattery
2n. Main switch
2a. Main switch for backup system

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BL = Blue
LBL = Light bbdl
BN = Brown
LBN = Light brown
GN = Green
GR = 6y
OR = ggs

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Red
Black

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White
Yellow

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control stations

1.
2.
3.

3a.

4.

4a.

5.

5a.

6.
7.

7a.

8.
9.

10.

Control panel
Connector
Dagnostic button
LED (yellow):
Neutral button
LED (green)
Synchronization button
LED (blue):
LED for background illumnation
Actvation button
LED, 2 pcs (red) port and starboard.
Potentiometer, throttle opening / gear shift
8-pin connector (male)
8-pin connector (female)

1,4 1,3

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10.
11.
12.

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lndicaton lamp (not used)


Switch, nstrument lightng
Swtch - Alarm tesvAcknowledgment

Tachometer with builin hours counter

15.
16.

Audible warning
Connector
16-pin connector
2-pn connector (for optional board)

17.
18.

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13.

14.

lnstrument lightng

2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. Coolant temperature gauge
5. Connector
6. Electronic unit (alarm)
7. Warning lamp, coolant temperature
8. Warning lamp, oil pressure
9. Charge warning lamp

1,2

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NOTE! The control and nstrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurring combinations for the above engine. Supplementary wring diagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on in the chapter.

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Control moouie, EDC
Stop relay'
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2e. Main switch
2a. Main switch for backup system

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20.

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22. Engine speed sensor**


23. Actuation solenoid, EDC*.
24. 2-pin connector (diagnoslic connector)*
25A. B-pin connector, control (male)
258. 8-pin connector, control (female)

28.
30.

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after the color code in the wiring

diagram.
When not otherwse specified, 0.5
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not supplied by Volvo Penta.

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Fuse (7.5 A).

DC/DC converter

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17

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Pressi:re sens.or, turDo pfesisure
Orl pressure monrtor, engrne
Orl pressure sensor, engine
Cooiant temperature sensor
16-pn connector' (instrument cablas)
4-pin connector (reverse gear)
Solenoid valve (reverse gear with
electric shifting)
emperature sensor, charge air
Coolant temperature sensor, EDC
Position sensor*", control rod

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= g 5gs

LBL
BN

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GN = Green
GR = Gray r
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Control panel (twin installation), several
- single lever control

control slatons

1.
2.
3.

3a.

4.

4a.

5.

5a.

6.
7.

7a.

8.
9.

10.

Control panel
Connector

1,4 1,3

Diagnostc button
LED (yellow):
Neutral button
LED (green)
Synchronization button
LED (blue):
LED for background illumination
Actvation button
LED, 2 pcs (red) port and starboard.
Potentiometer, throttle opening / gear shift
8-pin connector (male)
8-pin connector (female)

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1. lnstrument lighting
2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. Coolant temperature gauge
5. Connector
6. Electronic unit (alarm)
7. Warning lamp, coolant lemperature
8. Warning lamp, oil pressure
9. Charge warning lamP

1,2
7

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lndcation lamp (not used)


Switch, instrument lighting
12. Switch - Alarm tesvAcknowledgment
13. Tachometer with built-n hours counter
14. Key swilch
15. Audible warning
16. Connector
'17. 16-pn connector
18. 2-pin connector (for optional board)'
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NOTE! The control and instrument panels shown here are the most commonly occurring combnations for the above engine. Supplementary wiring diagrams for all control
and instrument panels are found later on in the chapter.

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5a

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Min switch
2a. Main switch for backup system
3. Alternator
4. Starter motor
5. Starter relay'
6. Main retay'
7. Controt mooule, EDC
8. Stop retay'
9. Circui! breai(ers i8 A)'
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11. Pessure sensor, turb pressure
12. Ori pressure monitor, engne
13. Oil pressure sensor, engine
14. Cooiant temperature sensor

29

24

Jornt
16-pin connector' (instrument cables)
17. 4-pin connector (reverse gear)
18. Solenoid valve (reverse gear with electric

15.
16.

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20.
21.

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28.
29.

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Coolant temperature sensor, EDC
Position sensor*', control rod
Engine speed sensor*"
Actuation solenoid, EDC.2-pn connector (diagnostic connector).
8-pin connector, control (male)
B-pn connector, control (female)
Fuse (7.5 A)"
DiodeLocated in junction box
Located on injection pump

NO = Normally open during operaton

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Emergency/auxilary battery

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2. Voltmeter
3. Oil pressure gauge
4. Coolant temperature gauge

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Connector for connecting extra warning display (optional equpment)


Electronc unit (alarm)
Warning lamp, coolant temperature
Warning lamp, oil pressure
Charge warning lamp
lndicaton lamp (not used)
Switch, instrument lghting
Switch - Alarm tesyAcknowledgment

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15.
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counter
Key switch
Alarms
Connector for connecton of neutral position switch
16-pn connector
2-pn connector (for optional
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

10.
11.

12.

13.
14.
15.
16.

Key switch
Switch - alarm test
Switch - Instrument lghting
Audible warning
Electronic unit, alarm
Coolant temperature gauge
Oil pressure gauge, engine

Voltmeter
Pressure gauge, turbo pressure
Ol pressure gauge, reverse gear
Tachometer with built-in hours counter
lnstrument lighting
Jont
Joinng piece
Connector CPC, 16-pin
Connector for connectrng extra warnng dtsplay
(optional equipment)

13

12

12

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12

12

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Cable colors

BL = Biue
BN = Brown

GN = Green
OR = 6unn"

P = Pink
LBL = Lght blue
R =Red

SB = Black
LBN = Light brown
VO = Violer
W = White
GR = Gray
Y = Yellow

Cable areas (mm,) are specified after the color code


in the wiring diagram. Broken cables / lines are not
connected by Volvo Penta.

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Electronic unit (alarm)


Conneclor for connecting extra warnng dsplay

(optonal equpment)

3. Warning lamp, coolant temperature


4. Warnng lamp, oil pressure
5. Charge warning lamp
6. lndication lamp (not used)
7. Audible warning
L Switch - Alarm tesVAcknowledgment
9. Switch, nstrument lghting

10.

11.
12.

13.
14.
1

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lnstrument lighting
Tachometer with built-in hours counter
Starter button
Stop button
Connector for connecting extra warnng dtsplay
(optional equipment)
16-pin connector

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BN =

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Green
Orange

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Black

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VO = Yes1
W = White
GR = 6t
Y = Yellow

10

13
13

14

LBN

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in
the wiring dagram. Broken cables / lines are not con_
nected by Volvo penta.

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Wiring diagrams

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Single installation

single lever control

- twin lever control


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Brown
Green

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Red
Black

White

Yellow

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single lever control

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BN

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Brown

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OR = Orange
P

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= Pink
= Red
= Black
= White
= Yellow

Cable areas = 0,7S mm2.

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Position schedule (both wiring diagrams)

1.
2.
3.

3a.

4.

4a.

5.

5a.

6.
7.

Control panel
Connector
Diagnostc button
LED (yellow)
Neutral button
LED (green)

Synchronizationbutton
LED (blue):
LED for background illumination
Actvation button

7a.

8.

Ba.

8b.

9.
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1.

LED, 2 pcs (red) port and starboard.


Potentiometer, throtile openng / gear shift
Control adapter, throtfle opening
Control adapter, gear shift
8-pin connector (male)
8-pin connector (female)
Neutral positon switch (only mechanically
shifted reverse gears)

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Wiring diagrams

Contrpl panel Type ll

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Single installation
TAMDT2P-A, TAMD73P.A

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Cable

Wiring diagrams
One control station
single lever control

single installation _

One control station - single installation _


twin lever control

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BN = gs*n
GN - Green
OR = Orange
P = pink
R =Red
SB = g
W = White
Y = Yellow
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model

Position schedule (all wiring diagrams)

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1. lndication lamp
2. .l-pin switch
3. Position switch
4. Connector
5. Potentlometer
6. 16-pin connector
connector (dagnostic
! Joint
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connector)

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Wiring diagrams

Control panel Type ll

Sin

Single installation
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Cable

Wiring diagrams

Single nstallation

NEU|NAL

single lever control

DIAGNOS/S ACTIVE

1
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Single installation

STAT|ON

NEUTRAL

- twin lever control

DIAGNOSIS ACNVESTATION

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Cable colors
BL = Blue

BN = Brown
GN = Green
OR = gunn"

P = pink
R =Red

SB = 3

W = White
Y = Yellow

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Cable areas = 0.75 mm2.

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7

167

4 3

Positon schedul (both wiring diagrams)


1,

2.
o.
4.
5.

Press switch with indicaton lamp, ,,Neutral', _ (green)


Press switch with indcation lamp, ,'Diagnostic.;-_ (veow)
Press swtch with indication lamp, ,,Active.,"r,onJ_
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Connector
Potentiometer, throtile opening / gear shift
5a. Potentiometer, throtfl e opening
5b. Potentiometer, gear shift
b.
Neutral position switch
8-pin connector (male)
8.
8-pin connector (female)
9.
Joint

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Wiring diagrams

ControJ panel Type ll

Sever

Twin installation

TAMD72P.A, TAM73P.4

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Wiring diagrams

severar contror stations

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Blue
BN
GN

OR
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R

SB

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VP Controls:

Late model

Brown

Green
Orange
Pink

Red
Black

White
Yellow
Cable areas 0.75 mm2.
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Position schedule (both wiring diagrams)

NEUTRAL

Early

model

1. lndication lamp
2. Switch
3. Connector
4. Retay
5. Position switch
6. Potentiometer
7. Connector, port - Starboard cablo kt

connector (diagnostic connecror)


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1g-pn connector, port engine
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10. 16-pin connector,

NEUTRAL

Starboaid engine

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Wiring diagrams

Twir

Control panel Type ll


Twin installation

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Wiring diagrams

Twin installation

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VP Controls:
Late model
BL
BN
GN

SB

Blue
Brown
Green
Orange
Pink
Red
Black

White

OH
P
R

2.

4.
5.
Cl.

7.

L
Early

model

Yellow

Cable areas = 0.75 mm2

Positlon schedule (both wiring diagrams)

NEUTRAL

1.

Cable colors

9.

NEUTRAL

10.

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Press switch with indication lamp, .Neutral,'- green


Press switch with indication lamp, ,,Diagnostic; _ yellow
Press switch with indication lamp, ,,Active staon, _ red
Press switch with indication lamp, ,,Sync" - blue
Press switch with indication lamp, ,,Neutral" _ green
Press switch with indication lamp, ,,Diagnostic;_ yellow
Connector
Connector, Port - Starboard cable kit
Relay
Potntiometer, throtfle opening / gear shift

Potentiometer, throtile opening


10b. Potentometer, gear shift
11. 8-pn connector (male) - port engne
8-pn connector (female) - Starboard engine
13. Neutral positon switch (only mechanicaliy shifted reverse

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gears)

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Color codes, EDC cables


Single installation

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Pin numbers are marked on


the connector.

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F = Female connector

M = Male connector

Color codes for 16-pin connector, sngle nstallaton.


ln sngle inslallations, all connectors have the same color code except the engine connector.

9,

3. BL/R
4. RN
5. BN
6. OR
7. R/GN
8. BL_isB

10.
1

1.

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

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Color codes

1.

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lion.

BUY
LBL
LBN
GR
GR/SB

Col(
1.

2.

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4

5.

i.

BLiW
BN^|/
SB

8.

MS unit

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ll

3.

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Cable colors

BL = Blue
= Light blue
BN = Brown
LBN = Light brown
GN = Green
GR = 6n
OR = Orange
P = Pink
LBL

Y connector
M

Color codes for connector, engne

1. Y/W
2, GNA/
3, GN/OR
4. GN/SB
5. GN/BN
6. GN
7. P
8. W

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9.

SB^/v

10.
11,

GN^/v

12.

Y
BL

13.
14.

P^/v

BL/R

15.

16.

SB

Engine

=Red

SB =
VO =
W =
Y =

Black
Volet

White
Yellow

6
8.

Color. codes, EDC cables


Twin installation

3,f
Pin numbers are marked
on the connector.

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M = Male connector

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= Female connector

Color code for'16-pin connector, twin installation. ln twin installations, all connectors have
the same color code except the connectors
for the engine and the port and starboard
controls.

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Color codes

I,R
2. VO
3. BUR
4. RN
5. BN
6. OR
7. F/GN
8. BUSB

9.

BL/Y

10, LBL
1I. LBN
.I2, GR
13. GF/SB
14. BL
15. BN^^/
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16. SB

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MS unit

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Color codes for connector, controls for port


engine

For MS unit,
port engine

Color codes for connector, controlg for stafboard engine

1. Y
9. SB^^/
^/ 10. cNA/
2. GN/Y
3. OR/GN 1't. P^^/
4. GN/SB 12. Y
5. GN/R .I3. BL
6. GN 14. BL/R
7.P
15.B. W
16. SB

1. Y^^/ 9. SB^^/
2. GNTY 10. GN^/v
3. OR/GN 11. P^^/
4. GN/SB 12. SB
5. GN/R 13. BL
6. GN 14. BUR
7. P
15.B. W
16. SB

Cable colors
BL
LBL
BN

LBN
GN
GR
OR

Y connector

Color codes for connector, engine


2.
3.
4.
5.

Y^/V
GN/Y
GN/OR
GN/SB
GN/BN

b.

GN

1.

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7.

8.

9.

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10. GN^^/
11. P
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1

2.Y ^/
3. BL
4. BUR

5.-

6.

SB

Engine

P
B

SB
VO
W

=
=
=

Blue
Light blue
Brown
Light brown
Green
G ray
Orange
Pink
Red
Black
Violet
White
Yellow

Color codes, EDC cables

Single installation

Twin installation
6 press buttons

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29.5 and 36 ft)

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Extension cable 3, 5, 7,
and 11 m (10,16.5,23,
29.5 and 36 ft)

Extension cable- 3, 5, 7, 9
and 11 m (10, 16.5,23,29.5
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note that the colors will not then be correct.

Cable colors

g = Blue

= Light blue
BN = Brown
LBN = Light brown
GN = Green
GR = Gray
OR = Orange
LBL

SB

Pink
Red
Black

VO

Violet

P
R

White
Yellow

Electronic controls
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connector is only
combined wrth a
fype ll control
panel.

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engine connector
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withaTypelor
ype ll control
panel.

Electonic controls
Twin installation (control panel Type l)

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GN

YY
Port

Cable colors

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GN = Green
R =Red

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R =Red
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connector is only
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Type ll control
panel.

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engine connector
can be combined

withaTypelor
Type ll control
panel.

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