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Product: EXCAVATOR

Model: 345B II EXCAVATOR AKJ

Configuration: 345B & 345B L Series II Excavators AKJ00001-UP
(MACHINE) POWERED BY 3176C Engine

Testing and Adjusting
345B, 345B Series II and W345B Series II Excavators Engine and Pump
Control
Media Number -SENR1935-05 Publication Date -01/10/2003 Date Updated -20/11/2003



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Troubleshooting Diagnostic Codes
SMCS - 7569
Table 1
Cross Reference of ECM Diagnostic Codes and ET Diagnostic Codes
Excavator 345B
MID 105
Service
Code
Diagnostic
Code
Monitor Display
CID-
FMI
ET Display
18 1302
"Engine Oil Pressure is too
Low"
582-
02
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 1302
"Engine Coolant
Temperature is too High"
110-
01
"Engine Coolant
Temperature Above
Normal"
18 1303
"Hydraulic Oil Temperature
is too High"
600-
00
"High Hydraulic Oil
Temperature"
18 1304 "Air Filter is Clogged"
582-
02
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 1305
"Battery Voltage is Not
Normal"
168-
02
"System Voltage
Intermittent"
18 2302
"Governor Actuator
Feedback Signal
Deviates"
587-
02
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 2304 "Calibration Data Error"
587-
13
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 3201
"Monitor RAM is not
Normal"
588-
12
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 4101
"Electronic Power Supply to
the Controller is too Much
(43v)"
- -
18 4102
"Over-Current in
Proportional Reducing
Valve"
581-
06
"Powershift Solenoid
Short to Ground"
18 4103
"Proportional Reducing
Valve Circuit is Open"
581-
05
"Powershift Solenoid
Open Circuit"
1C 4104
"Monitor Power Supply
(Digital Output) Over
Current"
- -
18 4105
"Over-Current in Digital
Output (Trenching
Solenoid)"
763-
06
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 4106
"Over-Current in Digital
Output (Boom Rise
Solenoid)"
583-
06
"Boom Raise
Solenoid Short to
Ground"
18 4107
"Over-Current in Digital
Output (Travel Speed
Change Solenoid)"
598-
06
"Travel Speed
Change Solenoid
Short to Ground"
1C 4108
"Travel Alarm (Digital
Output) Over Current"
376-
06
"Travel Alarm Short
to Ground"
18 410A
"Over-Current in Digital
Output (Swing Break
Solenoid)"
374-
06
"Swing Break
Solenoid Short to
Ground"
1C 410B
"Spare Solenoid 2 (Digital
Output) Over Current"
- -
18 4201
"Engine Speed is Not
Normal"
190-
10
"Engine Speed
Abnormal Change"
18 4203
"Hydraulic Oil Temperature
Sensor is Shorted to Body
Ground"
600-
04
"Hydraulic Oil
Temperature Short to
Ground"
18 4204
"PWM Sensor of Pump
Delivery Pressure is Shorted
to Body Ground"
597-
04
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
1C 4205
"Spare PWM Sensor 1
Shorted to Body Ground"
- -
1C 4206
"Spare PWM Sensor 2
Shorted to Body Ground"
- -
18 4207
"PWM Sensor of Pump
Delivery Pressure in Open in
Circuit"
597-
03
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 420A
"Fuel Sensor is Shorted to
Body Ground"
096-
04
"Fuel Level Sensor
Short to Ground"
18 420B
"Fuel Sensor is Open or
Shorted to Battery
Voltage"
096-
03
"Fuel Level Sensor
Open/Short to
+Batt"
18 420C
"Electronic Power Supply is
too Low"
168-
01
"System Voltage
Low"
18 420D
"Electronic Power Supply is
too High (above 32 volts)"
168-
00
"System Voltage
High"
18 420E
"Engine Speed Dial is Not
One of the Specified 10"
586-
02
"Invalid Engine
Speed"
18 4301
"Data Mismatch 1 Between
Alternator and Speed Sensor
(Alternator is Abnormal)"
167-
02
"Alternator Charging
Sensor Abnormal"
18 4302
"Data Mismatch 2 Between
Alternator and Speed Sensor
(Speed Sensor is
Abnormal)"
190-
02
"Loss of Engine
Speed Signal"
18 4303 "Engine Stalls"
190-
01
"Engine Speed Below
Normal"
18 A201
"Monitor Communication is
Not Normal"
588-
02
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 A202
"Monitor Takes too Much
Time to Respond to
Controller's Signal"
588-
09
"Monitoring Display
Abnormal Update
Rate"
18 A203
"Communication is
Abnormal in Controller"
763-
02
"Unknown Code
Check Service
Manual"
18 A20D
"ADEM Communication
Disconnect"
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Table 2
Cross Reference of ECM Diagnostic Codes and ET Diagnostic Codes
Engine 3176
MID 036
Service
Code
Diagnostic
Code
Monitor Display
CID-
FMI
ET Display
b101
"Cylinder 1 Open
Circuit"
001-
05
"Cylinder 1 Open
Circuit"
b102 "Cylinder 1 Short"
001-
06
"Cylinder 1 Short"
b103
"Cylinder 2 Open
Circuit"
002-
05
"Cylinder 2 Open
Circuit"
b104 "Cylinder 2 Short"
002-
06
"Cylinder 2 Short"
b105
"Cylinder 3 Open
Circuit"
003-
05
"Cylinder 3 Open
Circuit"
b106 "Cylinder 3 Short"
003-
06
"Cylinder 3 Short"
b107
"Cylinder 4 Open
Circuit"
004-
05
"Cylinder 4 Open
Circuit"
b108 "Cylinder 4 Short"
004-
06
"Cylinder 4 Short"
b109
"Cylinder 5 Open
Circuit"
005-
05
"Cylinder 5 Open
Circuit"
b10A "Cylinder 5 Short"
005-
06
"Cylinder 5 Short"
b10B
"Cylinder 6 Open
Circuit"
006-
05
"Cylinder 6 Open
Circuit"
b10C "Cylinder 6 Short"
006-
06
"Cylinder 6 Short"
b10D
"Throttle Switch Inputs
are Incorrect"
091-
08
"Throttle Signal Output
is Abnormal"
b10E
"Oil Pressure Open/Short
to +Battery"
100-
03
"Oil Pressure
Open/Short to Batt+"
b10F
"Oil Pressure Short to
Ground"
100-
04
"Oil Pressure Short to
Ground"
b110
"Oil Pressure Calibration
Required"
100-
13
"Oil Pressure
Calibration
Required"
b111
"Coolant Temperature
Open/Short to
+Battery"
110-
03
"Coolant Temperature
Open/Short to Batt+"
b112
"Coolant Temperature
Short to Ground"
110-
04
"Coolant Temperature
Short to Ground"
b113
"Battery Voltage Above
Normal"
168-
00
"Battery Voltage
Above Normal"
b114
"Battery Voltage Below
Normal"
168-
01
"Battery Voltage
Below Normal"
b115
"Loss of Engine RPM
Signal"
190-
02
"Loss of Engine RPM
Signal"
b116
"Analog Sensor Supply
Short to +Battery"
262-
03
"Analog Sensor Supply
Short to Batt+"
b117
"Analog Sensor Supply
Short to Ground"
262-
04
"Analog Sensor Supply
Short to Ground"
b118
"Digital Sensor Supply
Short to +Battery"
263-
03
"Digital Sensor Supply
Short to Batt+"
b119
"Digital Sensor Supply
Short to Ground"
263-
04
"Digital Sensor Supply
Short to Ground"
b11A
"Shutdown Inputs are
Incorrect"
267-
02
"Shutdown Inputs are
Incorrect"
b11B
"Turbo Out Pressure
Open/Short to
+Battery"
273-
03
"Turbo Out Pressure
Open/Short to Batt+"
b11C
"Turbo Out Pressure Short
to Ground"
273-
04
"Turbo Out Pressure
Short to Ground"
b11D
"Turbo Out Pressure
Calibration Required"
273-
13
"Turbo Out Pressure
Calibration
Required"
b11E
"Atmospheric Pressure
Open/Short to
+Battery"
274-
03
"ATMOS Press
Open/Short to Batt+"
b11F
"Atmospheric Pressure
Short to Ground"
274-
04
"ATMOS Press Short
to Ground"
b120
"Atmospheric Pressure
Calibration Required"
274-
13
"ATMOS Press
Calibration
Required"
b121
"Check Programmable
Parameters"
268-
02
"Check Programmable
Parameters"
b122
"Timing Calibration
Required"
261-
13
"Timing Calibration
Required"
b123
"Hydraulic Oil
Temperature Open/Short
to +Battery"
600-
03
"Hydraulic Oil
Temperature
Open/Short to Batt+"
b124
"Hydraulic Oil
Temperature Signal Short
to Ground"
600-
04
"Hydraulic Oil
Temperature Signal
Short to Ground"
b125
"Fuel Pressure Sensor
Open/Short to +
Battery"
94-03
b126
"Fuel Pressure Sensor
Shorted To Ground"
94-04
b127
"Personality Module
Mismatch"
253-
02

b128
"Fuel Pressure Sensor
Calibration Required"
94-13
b130
"Battery Voltage
Intermittent"
168-
02

b131
"Inlet Air Temperature
Signal Open/Short To +
Battery"
172-
03

b132
"Inlet Air Temperature
Signal Open/Short To +
Battery"
172-
04

b133
"Fuel Temperature Sensor
Open/Short To +
Battery"
174-
03

b134
"Fuel Temperature Sensor
Short To Ground"
174-
04

b135
"Engine RPM Signal
Open/Short To +
Battery"
190-
03

b136
"Engine RPM Signal
Abnormal"
190-
08

b138
"Turbocharger
Compressor Outlet
Pressure Signal Above
Normal"
273-
00

b139
"EMS Oil Lamp
Open/Short To +
Battery"
286-
05

b140
"EMS Oil Lamp Short To
Ground"
286-
06

b141 "FLEX-NEED Update"
799-
12
"FLEX-NEED Service
Tool Update"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
168-
02
"Battery Voltage
Intermittent"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
172-
03
"Inlet Air Temp
Open/Short to Batt+"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
172-
04
"Inlet Air Temp Short
to Ground"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
174-
03
"Fuel Temp
Open/Short to Batt+"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
174-
04
"Fuel Temp Short to
Ground"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
190-
03
"Engine Speed
Open/Short to Batt+"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
190-
08
"Engine Speed Signal
Abnormal"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
253-
02
"Personality Module
Mismatch"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
273-
00
"Turbo Out Press
Above Normal"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
286-
05
"EMS Oil Lamp
Open/Short to
Ground"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
286-
06
"EMS Oil Lamp Short
to Batt+"
b200 "ADEM Unknown 799- "FLEX-NEED Service
Error" 12 Tool Update"
b200
"ADEM Unknown
Error"
- -
Table 3
ECM CODE (Monitor) ET CODE (EID) Description
c101 53 Low fuel pressure warning
c102 96 High fuel pressure warning
c103 265 User defined shutdown
c104 100 Low engine oil pressure warning
c105 17 High engine oil pressure warning
c106 27 High inlet air temperature warning
c107 56 High fuel temperature warning
c108 190 Engine overspeed warning
When the electronic control is in the normal mode , the alert indicators are
turned ON when a fault is detected. The Real Time Error Code is a function that
is a part of the Data Mode. The function is used in order to display the faults that
are detected. Refer to System Operation, "Normal Operation" for detailed
information about the Data Mode.
The Error Log is a function of the Calibration Mode. The function is used in
order to display detected faults that existed at some time during machine
operation. The faults do not exist presently.
When a sensor fault is present, the corresponding alert indicator on the monitor
panel is activated. Example: The following conditions can occur if the coolant
temperature sensor is shorted to the +battery:
The corresponding error code is stored in memory.
The engine coolant temperature gauge displays a temperature that is not
within specifications.
The action lamp is FLASHING.
If the engine overheats, the second two indications also occur.
Using the Troubleshooting Charts




Illustration 1 g00669781
Example of a Troubleshooting Chart
(1) Preparations
(2) Description of Problem
(3) Diagnostic Code
(4) Troubleshooting Steps
(5) Probable Cause
(6) Solution
Preparations (1) - The block provides information for the preliminary
arrangements that must be made before you can troubleshoot.
Problem Description (2) - The block indicates problems that are shown by the
character display.
Diagnostic Code (3) - The block indicates the specific codes.
Troubleshooting Step (4) - The block shows items that must be checked with a
multimeter.
Probable Cause (5) - The block shows the probable cause(s) of a problem.
Solution (6) - The block shows the corrective action that should be completed in
order to solve a particular problem. The statement "Replace" includes "Repair if
possible".
Check the connectors before troubleshooting. Check the specified connectors for
improper connections. A loose contact between two connectors can be caused by
water in the connectors. An inspection of the connector discovers problems that
must be corrected prior to troubleshooting.
When you perform a continuity check, first turn the starter switch to the OFF
position in order to secure the power supply. This prevents damage to the tester
and/or a short circuit of the power supply.
When you perform a voltage check, first turn the starter switch to the ON
position in order to energize the power supply. Run the engine during voltage
checks. When the engine is not running, stable signals cannot be received from
the controller.
Explanation of the Terms
The following section is an explanation of the terms that are used in the
troubleshooting procedure.
"CONN8F (6) - (8) : 0 Ohms" -
"(6)" - The pin number
"(8)" - The indication of a short circuit
"CONN8" - The number of the connector
"F" - The female "F" or male "M" half of the connector
0 Ohms - Continuity exists or no resistance. "infinite" indicates that no
continuity exists or infinite resistance
"(Other than [/em/])" - The term indicates that all of the components of the
connector require action except for the item that is specified in the brackets.
"[/em/]"

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