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UENR2140

February 2016
Harness And Wire Electrical Schematic Symbols
Symbols

Component Location T

Schematic Pressure Temperature Level Flow Circuit Breaker


Component
Location Symbol Symbol Symbol Symbol Symbol
Breaker - Object Detection E-6
Camera - Rear B-8 Symbols and Definitions
Converter - 24V-12V E-1
Fuse: A component in an electrical circuit that will open the circuit if too much current flows
Display - Monitor C-1
through it.
Ground - Cab E-6
Radar - Rear Left E-9 Switch (Normally Open): A switch that will close at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). The
Radar - Rear Right E-9 circle indicates that the component has screw terminals and a wire can be disconnected from it.
Resistor - CAN 1 Term A D-1
Resistor - CAN 1 Term B D-9 Switch (Normally Closed): A switch that will open at a specified point (temp, press, etc.).
No circle indicates that the wire cannot be disconnected from the component.

Ground (Wired): This indicates that the component is connected to a grounded wire. The
grounded wire is fastened to the machine.
Connector Location
Schematic Ground (Case): This indicates that the component does not have a wire connected to ground.
Connector Number It is grounded by being fastened to the machine.
Location
CONN 1 C-6

24M Motor Grader


Reed Switch: A switch whose contacts are controlled by a magnet. A magnet closes the
CONN 2 C-5
contacts of a normally open reed switch; it opens the contacts of a normally closed reed switch.
The connectors shown in this chart are for harness

CAT Detect Object Detection


to harness connectors. Connectors that join a Sender: A component that is used with a temperature or pressure gauge. The sender
harness to a component are generally located at or measures the temperature or pressure. Its resistance changes to give an indication to
T
the gauge of the temperature or pressure.
near the component. See the Component Location
Chart.
Electrical System Relay (Magnetic Switch): A relay is an electrical component that is activated by electricity.
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it. The
electromagnet can open or close the switch part of the relay.

Resistor Specification
B9K1-UP Solenoid: A solenoid is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. It has a
Part No. Component Description Resistance (Ohms) coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it. The electromagnet
can open or close a valve or move a piece of metal that can do work.
CAN 1 Term A
174-3016 Resistor: 120 12
CAN 1 Term B
Magnetic Latch Solenoid: A magnetic latch solenoid is an electrical component that is
At room temperature unless otherwise noted. activated by electricity and held latched by a permanent magnet. It has two coils (latch and unlatch)
that make electromagnet when current flows through them. It also has an internal switch that places
the latch coil circuit open at the time the coil latches.

Harness and Wire Symbols


Wire, Cable, or Harness Harness Identification Letter(s):
Assembly Identification: Includes (A, B, C, ..., AA, AB, AC, ...)
Harness Identification Letters and
Harness Connector Serialization Code:
Harness Connector Serialization
The "C" stands for "Connector" and the
Codes (see sample).
number indicates which connector in the
AG-C4 L-C12 harness (C1, C2, C3, ...).
L-C12
111-7898 3E-5179 3E-5179
Part Number: for Connector Plug 1
Part Number: for Connector Receptacle
2
Plug Receptacle
Pin or Socket Number
5A
1 Deutsch connector: Typical representation
Component
of a Deutsch connector. The plug contains all Fuse (5 Amps) 9X-1123 Part Number
2 sockets and the receptacle contains all pins.
325-AG135 PK-14
1 Sure-Seal connector: Typical representation Harness identification code:
of a Sure-Seal connector. The plug and receptacle This example indicates wire group 325, Wire Gauge
2 contain both pins and sockets. wire 135 in harness "AG". Wire Color

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(Dimensions: 39 inches x 24 inches)


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REAR LEFT RADAR R-C1 C234-R5 BK-18


365-1271 2305010 C234-R10 BK-18
-BATTERY 1 C234-R5 BK-18 C234-R11 BK-18 C234-R1 BK-14
CAN 2 + 2 K900-R26 YL-18
CAN 2 - 3 K990-R34 GN-18 C234-CM6 BK-14
+12V 4 C569-R12 YL-18 C569-R12 YL-18
5 C234-R11 BK-18 C569-R18 YL-18 C569-R2 YL-14 CM-C4 24V 12V-CONV
E 1552273 340-7161 E
6
130-CM3 RD-14 1 +24V BATTERY IN

K900-R19 YL-18 CAB 200-CM4 BK-14 308-CM9 YL-16 2 +24V SWITCHED IN

K900-R20 YL-18 GROUND 200-CM7 BK-14 200-CM7 BK-14 3 GROUND


4
K900-R26 YL-18 K900-R3 YL-18
C569-CM20 YL-14 5 +12V SWITCHED OUT
R-C2 6
REAR RIGHT RADAR
365-1271 2305010 K990-R27 GN-18
-BATTERY 1 C234-R10 BK-18 K990-R28 GN-18 109-CM29 RD-12 20A
130-CM1 RD-12
CAN 2 + 2 K900-R20 YL-18 K990-R34 GN-18 K990-R4 GN-18
CAN 2 - 3 K990-R28 GN-18 DETN BRKR
+12V 4 C569-R18 YL-18 6T-3644
MPIO 1 5
6
CM-C16
3045284
308-FUSE1 YL-12 1 2 308-FUSE2 YL-12
FUSEBLOCK 130-CM3 RD-14

CAN 1 TERM RES B R-C3 109-CM29 MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE UNSWITCHED SIDE (115 RD) 130-CM2 RD-14
174-3016 1330973 CONNECT TO THE EXISTING MAIN POWER RELAY 130-CM1 RD-12
D 200-CM4 BK-14 D
A K900-R19 YL-18 CM-C3 CAN 1 TERM RES A
200-CM7 BK-14
B K990-R27 GN-18 1330973 174-3016
C
K900-CM25 YL-18 A
308-CM8 YL-16 K990-CM27 GN-18 B
C

308-CM9 YL-16 CMPD


CONN 1 308-FUSE2 YL-12 355-9048
R-C4 CM-C9 CM-C1
3595179 3595180 892-CM10 BR-16 1552252 POWER
K900-R3 YL-18 A K900-CM26 YL-18 892-CM15 BR-16 892-CM14 BR-16 1
K990-R4 GN-18 B K990-CM28 GN-18 2
C 3
D 893-CM11 GN-16 4
E 893-CM13 GN-16 893-CM12 GN-16 5
F 6
G K900-CM17 YL-18 7 CAN 1 +
C234-R1 BK-14 H C234-CM6 BK-14 C569-CM20 YL-14 K990-CM16 GN-18 8 CAN 1 -
J 9
C C569-R2 YL-14 K C569-CM20 YL-14 K900-CM17 YL-18 308-CM8 YL-16 10 KEYSWITCH INPUT C
L K900-CM26 YL-18 K900-CM25 YL-18 130-CM2 RD-14 11 +12V MEMORY OUT
M 200-CM4 BK-14 12 +24 V BATTERY IN
CHASSIS CONN N CAB CONN
P K990-CM28 GN-18 K990-CM16 GN-18 CM-C2
K990-CM27 GN-18 1552253 USB

CONN 2 1
C234-CM6 BK-14
CM-C8 CM-C7 2
3E3364 1552269 3
UNPLUG FROM P-C21 (SERVICE CONNECTOR)(9W-1951 9 PIN HD10) 4
PINS D & E AND CONNECT TO CM-C8 892-P428 BR-16 1 892-CM10 BR-16
5
PIN D 893-P429 893-P429 GN-16 2 893-CM11 GN-16
6
PIN E 892-P428
893-CM12 GN-16 7 CDL +
892-CM14 BR-16 8 CDL -
9
892-CM15 BR-16
(Dimensions: 39 inches x 24 inches)

10
CONNECT TO P-C21 11
PINS D & E 12

893-CM13 GN-16
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B B
CMPD CAMERA JUMMPER
319-6827 VIDEO
1 +V CAMERA
REAR CABLE BULKHEAD CAB REAR CAMERA CABLE 2 RTN CAMERA
REAR CAMERA CABLE 1 333-8153 251-8248
REAR CAMERA REAR CAMERA CABLE 2 REAR CAMERA 3 CH 4 VIDEO RTN
283-0659
336-6684 274-4477 VIDEO SIG VIDEO SIG 4 CH 3 VIDEO RTN
VIDEO SIG
VIDEO SIG VIDEO SIG VIDEO RTN VIDEO RTN 5 CH 2 VIDEO RTN
VIDEO RTN
VIDEO GND VIDEO RTN +V CAMERA +V CAMERA 6 CH 1 VIDEO RTN
+V CAMERA
+ 12 VDC +V CAMERA RTN CAMERA RTN CAMERA 7 CH 1 VIDEO SIG
RTN CAMERA
FEED GND RTN CAMERA 8 CH 2 VIDEO SIG
9 CH 3 VIDEO SIG
10 CH 4 VIDEO SIG
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MISC. REF. VIDEO CABLE PART NUMBERS


ABBREV COLOR SYMBOL DESCRIPTION IDENT PART NO. CHG DESCRIPTION
A PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
RD RED CIRCUIT CONNECTED R 360-4078 02 REAR A
WH WHITE
283-0657 3 METER VIDEO CABLE
CIRCUIT NOT CONNECTED
CM 360-4082 01 MAIN CAB
OR ORANGE
WIRE GROUP COLOR DESCRIPTIONS ELECTRICAL CONNECTION TO

274-4477 5 METER VIDEO CABLE


MACHINE STRUCTURE
YL YELLOW
GROUND CIRCUIT INTERNAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
PK PINK TO SURFACE OF COMPONENT
283-0658 7.5 METER VIDEO CABLE WIRES THAT HAVE SYSTEM VOLTAGE WHEN THE KEY SWITCH IS OFF
WIRES THAT HAVE SYSTEM VOLTAGE WHEN THE KEY SWITCH IS ON BK BLACK CONNECTOR
283-0659 9 METER VIDEO CABLE VOLTAGE CONVERTER OUTPUT CIRCUIT
THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 24M MOTOR GRADER CAT DETECT OBJECT DETECTION ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
GY GRAY H# CIRCUIT GROUPING DESIGNATION

274-4478 11 METER VIDEO CABLE


CAT DATA LINK
PU PURPLE MEDIA NUMBER: UENR2140
CAN DATA LINK ATCH WIRE, CABLE, COMPONENT

274-4479 16 METER VIDEO CABLE BR BROWN SCHEMATIC PART NUMBER: 359-1330, CHANGE: 01, VERSION: -
OTHER COLOR DESCRIPTIONS SPLICE Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off, transmission shifter
GN GREEN
HIGHWAYS BLADE, SPADE, RING OR SCREW in neutral and with parking brake set.
BU BLUE TERMINAL
Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations.
Refer to the Parts Manual using a specific serial number prefix in SIS before ordering parts from this schematic.

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