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Contents

Contents
Page

General

ABS / MCP

AMP Mate'n Lock

Cannon Sure seal

Coni

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Deutsch series DT

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DIN

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Tachograph

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Pipa

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Cab / Chassis

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C56

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Picture

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102 196

115 807

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102 192

102 195

102 193

102 197

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General

General
The electrical system on a Scania chassis
contains a large number of connectors. These
connectors together represent thousands of
connection points.
Most connectors are marked with a code
number. This code number consists of the letter
C and a serial number - C1, C2...C265 etc.

The connectors are designed to tolerate a certain


amount of vibration, heat, moisture, etc.
However, they may be easily damaged by
incorrect handling. Damage is frequently caused
by high current, moisture and incorrect
dismantling.
It is extremely important to use the correct tool
when working on cable terminals.

Connectors for electrical components such as


solenoid valves, electric motors etc do not have
this C marking. They are instead marked with
the same code number as the connected
component, e.g. V1, M2 etc.
There are a number of different types of
connectors, and they can have up to
70 terminals. The cable terminals can be either
round or flat and there are different grades:
Tin-plated phosphor-bronze, brass-plated and
gold-plated. The latter is used in electronic
circuits where high conductivity is required.

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C ABS / MCP

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C (ABS / MCP)

Cable terminals
2.8 mm cable terminal

Function
The connector is intended for cab environments
and is available in different configurations.
The cable terminals in the connector are secured
via a secondary and primary locking feature.

21-pin

Description
6-pin

Crimping to cable

Crimp the cable terminal to the cable using


a press tool.

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C ABS / MCP

Cable terminal/area
Flat pin sleeve 0.5-1.5 mm
Flat pin sleeve 1.5-2.5 mm
Flat pin sleeve 2.6-4.0 mm
Flat pin 0.5-1.0 mm
Flat pin 1.5/2.5 mm

Tools
99 491 B
99 493 B
99 493 C
99 491 A
99 492 A/B

Secondary lock, Male


1 Release the secondary lock by pushing the
upper part slightly forwards approximately
1 mm. Use, for example, a ballpoint pen.

Secondary lock, Female


1 Release the secondary lock on the female
part by releasing the lock on the side with a
screwdriver and then pulling out the entire
lock.

Primary lock
Note: Push in the cable terminal using the cable
in order to make it easier to release the primary
lock.

588192

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2 Insert tool 588 192 into the connector to


release the primary lock. Then carefully pull
on the cable on the other side to release the
cable terminal.

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C AMP Maten Lock

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C (AMP Mate'n
Lock)
Left: Female
Right: Male

Cable terminals
3.5 mm round pin
Function
The connector is intended for cab environments
and is available in 2, 3, 9 and 12 pin
configurations.
The round pins are rated for currents up to 10 A.
High contact pressure in combination with round
pins provides high vibration endurance and good
electrical performance.

Connectors for round pins, rear view

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C AMP Maten Lock

Description
Crimping to cable

Crimp the terminal on to the cable using


press tool 588 201.

Removing cable terminals from the


connector

Remove the cable terminals from the


connector using tool 588 191. Slip the tool
over the relevant cable terminal so that its
hooks disengage from the insulator.
Carefully pull out the cable with the cable
terminal.

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C Cannon Sure Seal

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C (Cannon Sure
seal)
Left: Male
Right: Female

Cable terminals
2 mm round pin
Function
The connector is designed for harsh
environments such as components on the
chassis.
The round pins are rated for currents up to 10 A.
The connector is waterproof when correctly
assembled. Assembly is, however, critical. The
connector does not have a built-in locking
feature and thus some form of holders should
always be used to secure the connector halves.
The cable terminals have no distinct positions,
which means that great care is required when
they are assembled. If the cable terminals are
assembled incorrectly, they may be damaged
when connection is made.

Upper part = round sleeves


Lower part = round pins

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C Cannon Sure Seal

Description
Crimping to cable

Crimp the cable terminal onto the cable


using press tool 588 203 or 588 202.

Use press tool 588 203 for a cable area of


0.5-1.0 mm.

Use press tool 588 202 for a cable area of


0.8-1.5 mm.

Removing cable terminals from the


connector
1 Push out the cable terminals using tool
588 190.
2 Push out the cable sleeves using tool
588 194.

Fitting cable terminals in the connector

Fit the cable terminals in the connector


using tool 588 193.

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C Coni

102 195

C (Coni)

Left: Female
Right: Male

Cable terminals
1.2 mm round pin
Function
The connector is designed for cab environments.
The round pins are rated for currents up to 8 A.
The connector has good vibration endurance and
can be used in a properly protected environment.
The connector is not sealed.

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C Coni

Description
Crimping to cable

Crimp the terminal on to thin-walled cables


using press tool 588 202.

Removing cable terminals from the


connector

Remove the cable terminals from the


connector using tool 588 209. Slip the tool
over the relevant cable terminal and cable
sleeve so that its hooks disengage from the
insulator. Pull out the cable carefully.

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C Deutsch series DT

102 192

C (Deutsch series
DT)

Left: Female
Right: Male

Cable terminals
1,5 mm round pin
Function
The connector is designed for harsh
environments such as the engine and is available
in 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12 pin configurations.
The round pins are rated for currents up to 10 A.
The cable terminals in the connector are secured
via a secondary and primary locking feature.
The connector is waterproof but bending close to
the seal should be avoided. Do not secure the
connector cables with clips closer than 60 mm
from the connector.

3-pin

8-pin

Description
Crimping to cable

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Crimp the terminal on to thin-walled cables


using press tool 99 496.

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C Deutsch series DT

Secondary lock, Female


1 Release the secondary lock by placing tool
588 214 in the slot, turning the tool
90 degrees and then pulling out the lock
which may be firmly fitted. Be careful not to
lose the lock.

Secondary lock, Male


1 Release the secondary lock by removing the
cover using a screwdriver.

Primary lock
1 Insert tool 588 214 into the connector to
release the primary lock by bending the lock
which secures the cable terminal in place. At
the same time, pull out the cable with the
cable terminal backwards through the seal.
Note: Fit sealing plugs in connections which are
not used.
Female

Male

Fitting the secondary lock in the connector

The secondary lock may be coded when


fitted.

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C DIN

Configuration 1

C (DIN)
Configurations 1 and 2

Left: Rear
Right: Front
Configuration 2

Left: Rear
Right: Front
Cable terminals
Square sleeve for round pin
2.5 mm round pin
1.5 mm round pin

Configuration 1
Configuration 2, 4-pin
Configuration 2, 7-pin

Function
The connector is intended for use in exposed
connections such as on engines and control unit
connections in chassis frames.
The connector is available in 4 and 7 pin
configurations, and in an old 4 pin configuration
with square pins.
The cable terminals have distinct positions.

4-pin

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7-pin

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C DIN

Description
Crimping to cable
Use press tool 588 204 for cable terminals on
configuration 1 connectors.
Use press tool 588 203 or 99 491 for cable
terminals for configuration 2 connectors and
with a cable area of 0.5-1.0 mm.
Use press tool 99 494 for cable terminals for
configuration 2 connectors and with a cable area
of 1.5-2.5 mm.
Use press tool 99 496 for cable terminals for
configuration 2 connectors and with a cable area
of 4 mm.

1 Slip the specified seal on to the cable.


2 Strip the end of the cable and push the rubber
seal forwards until it is 1 mm from the seal
edge.
3 Position the cable terminal in press
tool 588 204, and crimp the cable terminal
securely in place.
4 Pass the cable and the seal into the press
tool. Crimp the connection until the tool
releases.

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C DIN

Removing cable terminals on newer type


connectors
Note: Push in the cable terminal using the cable
in order to make it easier to release the primary
lock.

4-pin: Insert tool 588 210 to release the lock


on the connector. Pull out the cable
terminal.

7-pin: Insert tool 588 209 to release the lock


on the connector. Pull out the cable
terminal.

Removing cable terminals on older type


connectors
Note: Push in the cable terminal using the cable
in order to make it easier to release the primary
lock.

Press tool 588 196 carefully into the cross.


Remove the tool, rotate it a quarter of a turn
and press it in again. Pull out the cable
terminal.

There are four holes around the cable terminal


but only two locks. It is therefore necessary to
insert the tool into all the holes in order to try to
pull out the cable terminal.

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C DIN

Fitting cable terminals and sealing plugs in


connectors
1 Make sure that the terminal hooks are intact.
Gently press the cable terminal into the
insulator until it engages.
2 Secure the cable with plastic strip around the
insulator centre pin, if available.

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3 Insert the sealing plug 1-3 mm from the


edge as shown.

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C Tachograph

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C (Tachograph)

Left: 8-pin
Right: 16-pin

Cable terminals
Flat cable terminal
Function
The connector is intended for cab environments
and is available in 8 and 16 pin configurations.
The cable terminals in the connector are locked
via a secondary and primary locking feature.

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C Tachograph

Description
Crimping to cable

Crimp the cable terminal onto the cable


using press tool 588 203 or 588 206.

Secondary lock
8-pin: Release the secondary lock on the
connector using a small screwdriver by
carefully releasing the two side covers
which are fitted with plastic hinges.

16-pin: Release the secondary lock on the


connector by pushing the upper part
1-1.5 mm to the side.

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133 487

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01/B

Primary lock
Note: Push in the cable terminal using the cable
in order to make it easier to release the primary
lock.

Insert tool 588 197 into the connector to


release the primary lock. Then carefully pull
on the cable on the other side to release the
cable terminal.

588197
588197
04
/B

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0 1/ B

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C Pipa

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C (Pipa)

Cable terminals
Round pins

Function
The connector is intended for harsh
environments and is used for solenoid valves,
various sensors and confirmation switches.
The cable terminals are rated for currents up to
10 A.
Be careful when tightening the cap nut. The
material settles due to the pressure from the cap
nut at temperatures above 70C, causing leakage.
When the connector is repeatedly assembled/
dismantled there is a risk of breaking the cable
terminals.

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C Pipa

Description
Note: The connector with wiring is available as
a spare part.
Renewing cable terminals and connectors
1 The cable terminals are not removed from
the connector. The complete connector is
renewed. Make sure that the cable is not
supplied with voltage, then cut it
immediately behind the connector.
2 Strip off approximately 7 cm of the outer
cable sheath and slip a 5 cm long shrinking
tubing on to it. It must be possible to slip the
shrinking tubing on to the rear end of the
connector.
3 Press in pipe tool 98 683 from the front end
of the new connector. Push the cable into the
connector and the tool from the other side.
4 Extract the tool and make sure the cable is
pulled along.
5 Strip the cable and crimp on a new cable
terminal using press tool 588 203. Press the
cable terminal into the connector and at the
same time gently pull on the cable.
6 Slip on the shrinking tubing and heat it so
that it seals between the cable sheath and the
connector.

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C Cab / Chassis

102 196

C (Cab / Chassis)

Left: Female
Right: Male

Connector
6 and 17 pin: The connectors are coded for their
specific location. For service, only code 0 is
available, which fits all locations.
Cable terminals
Cable terminals and cable sleeves are available in
phosphor-bronze in several variants depending on
the cross section of the cable to be connected.

Function
The connector is intended for cab environments
and is used in the cross-over between the cab
and chassis. The male part is also used as a
connector in the central electric unit.
The cable terminals are rated for currents up to
10 A.
The connector is sensitive to vibration. To
endure vibration, the wiring has to be fixed in a
secure way.
The cable terminals are secured via a secondary
locking feature.

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C Cab / Chassis

Description
Crimping to cable

Crimp the cable terminal onto the cable


using press tool 588 202 or 588 205.

Removing cable terminals from the


connector
Note: The cable terminal lock is easily
damaged.
1 Open the cable terminal lock by prying it
out approximately 3 mm.

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2 Remove the sleeve section lock entirely.

3 Push out the cable terminal using tool


588 197.
4 Push out the cable sleeve using tool
588 198.

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C56

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C56

Wiring Diagram
Symbol
C56
5
6

2
3

7
5
6

3
1
2

3
4

5
6

6
7

3
1

5
6

5
6

3
5
6
7
5
6
7
5
6
7
11
12

M P
R

2
3
1

DIA
L

2
3
61

62

21
22

71

31

81

32

82

72

91

42

92

51

101

52

102

11
12
21
22
31
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1

41

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CAN
L

41
H 42
51
52
120a

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Connection diagram
Truck LHD: 16:02-01
Truck RHD: 16:02-01
Bus: 16:52-10

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C56

Function
Parts of the connection block appear in a
number of different wiring diagrams. See the
diagram for each piece of optional equipment.
C56 is located inside of the central electric unit
P2 and consists of three different functional
parts. The first part, at the far left on the
connection block, has ten cable terminals for
CAN communication connections. Each CAN
signal requires two cable terminals. One
terminal for low signal -5V and one for high
signal +5V.
The second functional part consists of 20 cable
terminals for diagnostics cables. Each diagnostic
signal requires two cable terminals. One for
K diagnostics and one for L diagnostics.
The third functional part consists of fourteen
groups of cable terminals, A - S. The groups A
to J each have 7 cable terminals. The groups M
to S each have three cable terminals. Groups K
and L are not used so as to avoid confusion with
cables for K and L diagnostics.

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