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Single Drum Roller

BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH-4

Teile-Nr. 008 099 92 10/2004

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Table of contents
Foreword A1
Documentation A2
General A3

New developments A5

Technical data and adjustment values B1

Maintenance C1
Maintenance chart C2

DEUTZ diesel engine with EMR D1
Service side D2
Starter side D3
Lubrication oil circuit D4
Coolant circuit D5
Fuel system D6
EMR D10
Trouble shooting D22
Diagnose SERDIA D24
Checking and adjusting the valve clearance D26
Assembly of the plug-in injection pump D28
Engine components D44

Travel system E1
Travel pump E3
Control E7
Charge pressure relief valve E8
High pressure relief valve E9
Pressure override E11
Axle drive motor E14
Drum drive motor E17
Test and adjustment points, travel system E19
Trouble shooting travel system E27

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Vibration F1
Vibration pump F3
High pressure relief valves F6
Control F7
Vibration motor F8
Drum F11
Test and adjustment points, vibration system F13
Trouble shooting vibration F15

Steering G1
Charge pump G2
Steering pump G3
Steering valve G5
Articulated joint G7
Measuring and adjustment points G9
Trouble shooting steering G10

Electrics H1

Wiring diagram

Hydraulic diagram

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Foreword and novelties
Reliable construction equipment is of greatest advantage for all parties involved:

• for the customer/user it is a basis for an exact calculation of utilization periods and the completion of
projects as scheduled.

• in the rental business it means that the equipment can be reliably used and planned without having
to stock a large number of stand-by machines.

• for the manufacturer it means that customers are satisfied, provides him with a good image and gives
him a feeling of confidence.

It is BOMAG’s philosophy to design and produce the machines with highest possible reliability. This
aspect of simple and easy maintenance was one of the key issues when developing and designing the
machine:

• the location of components in the machine eases maintenance work,

• the high quality standard of BOMAG is the basis for the considerable extension of the service and
maintenance intervals.

• the After Sales Service of BOMAG, including excellent operating and maintenance instruction
manuals, high quality training courses and on-site machine demonstrations helps the customer to
maintain their machines in good condition over a long period of time.

Permanent training of BOMAG’s own service personnel as well as the service personnel of BOMAG
Profit Centres and dealers is therefore a general prerequisite for BOMAG’s excellent world-wide service.

This program of permanent training is only possible with appropriate and up-to-date training material for
trainers as well as persons attending the training courses.

This training manual has not only been written as a support for the professional work of the trainer, but
also for the trainees attending these training courses.

The different levels of product training demand, that the training performed by BOMAG, its Profit Centres
or its dealers reflects the high quality of the training conducted at the Training Centre at BOMAG in
Boppard. For this reason we invested a lot of time in the preparation of these materials .

The structure of this training manual enables us to change or up-date individual chapters in case of
alterations to the machine.

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Documentation
For the BOMAG machines described in this training manual the following documentation is additionally
available:

Attention!

The currently valid part numbers for the documents can be taken from the Doclist or the
Customer Service page in the BOMAG (BOMAG Secured Area) in accordance with the serial
number of the machine.

1. Operating and maintenance instructions
2. Spare parts catalogue
3. Wiring diagram *
4. Hydraulic diagram *
5. Repair instructions
6. Service Information
* The document versions valid at the date of printing are part of this training manual.

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General
The new single drum rollers BW 177 and 179 DH-4 from BOMAG are essentially further developments
of their predecessors, the machines of product range BW 177 DH-3.

These machines have been successfully and reliably used for years on construction sites all over the
world, especially in earth construction and on sanitary landfill sites.

High compaction power and excellent traction are characteristics, which are of utmost importance for
this type of machine.

All components installed in these machines are manufactured in series production and are subjected to
stringent quality tests. This guarantees a high level of reliability and safety.

As with many other BOMAG products, and here especially with the large single drum rollers of the new
generation, we have decided to use the same successful drive concept with diesel engine (water cooled)
and hydrostatic drives also for these machines. The hydrostatic drives transfer the output power of the
engine directly to drum, drive wheels and steering.

The drive wheels are driven by fast rotating hydraulic motors and axle, whereas the drum is driven by
slow running radial piston motors.

On construction machines the work place of the operator is of utmost importance. Under such working
conditions the health and safety of the operator must be the greatest concern.

The cabin is very spacious and clearly arranged. The driver’s seat is very comfortable and can be
individually adjusted for every operator, even for his weight.

All control elements and gauges are within the reach and in the sight of the operator.

A monitoring display with light emitting diodes and clear pictograms informs the operator about any
operating faults. The operator is therefore always informed about the present condition of the machine.

The generously glazed cabin with windscreen wiper and washer systems for front and rear windscreens,
as well as a heated rear windscreen, offers clear vision to all sides.

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Important characteristics of the new generation of single drum rollers are

• strong ROPS/FOPS according to SAE-standard

• wear free service brake by closed hydrostatic travel circuits

• disc brakes in axle and drum drive motor serve as parking and emergency brakes

• high stability due to low centre of gravity and the use of an articulated joint

• operating safety due to the use of monitoring boards for all important system data

• automatic engine shut-down at too engine temperature, too low hydraulic oil level (when reaching the
lowest permissible level the engine will be shut down after 20 seconds) and too low engine oil
pressure.

The machines of product ranges BW 177 and 179 DH-4 are well designed down to the smallest detail,
so that they can meet the toughest demands on large scale construction sites all over the world.

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Novelties
The multi-function travel lever and the display

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data collector. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -A6- . operation. Service Training Control.

Service Training Diesel engine with EMR BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -A7- .

Service Training Technical data and adjustment values The following pages contain technical data valid at the date of printing (see front page of this manual). BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -B1- . Attention! The currently valid technical data and adjustment values can be taken from the BOMAG Intranet or Extranet (BOMAG Secured Area) in accordance with the serial number of the machine.

displacement (stage 1): 80 cm3/U Min. displacement (stage 2): 15 cm3/U Perm.2 l/min High pressure limitation: 475 bar Pressure override: 435+/-15 bar Charge pressure.spx. injection valves: 220 bar Starter voltage: 12 V Travel pump: Manufacturer: Bosch-Rexroth Type: A4VG 56 EP System: Axial piston-swash plate Max.asp?.Technical data and adjustment values Status: 2004-10-19 Product type: BW 177 DH Serie 4 Type No. high idle: 25+/-1 bar Reduction gear.bomag.2004 .: 582 21 Serial numbers from: 101 582 21 1001 Engine: Manufacturer: Deutz Type: BF4M2012 EMR Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel Cooling: Water Number of cylinders: 4 Power acc. rear: Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss Type: 51D80 RD3N Y7(EP) System: Axial piston-bent axle Max.95 Travel motor.. inlet: 0.com/bsa/tk_components/english/search_components_result.3 mm Valve clearance. leak oil quantity: 2 + 10 l/min Rinsing oil quantity: 10 l/min Drum drive: http://bsa. 19.10.. displacement: 56 cm3/U Max. flow ratio: 123. outlet: 0.BOMAG Central Service Seite 1 von 3 BOMAG Central Service . to ISO 9249: 74. fuel consumption: 235 g/kWh Valve clearance.5 mm Opening pressure. drum: Manufacturer: Lohmann-Stolterfoht Type: GFT 17 Transmission ratio: 53.9 kW Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 1/min Low idle speed: 900+/-200 1/min High idle speed: 2200 +/-10 1/min Spec.

soil dependent: ca.8/0. displacement: 45 cm3/U Starting pressure: 360+/-20 bar Operating pressure.5 l (SAE 15W-40.7 Filling capacities: Engine coolant: 15 l (50% Water. 50% Anti-freeze agent on Ethane-diol-basis) Engine oil: 8..BOMAG Central Service Seite 2 von 3 Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss Type: 51C 060 RD1N 7Y (EP) System: Axial piston-swash plate Displacement stage 1: 60 cm3/U Displacement stage 2: 12 cm3/U Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 + 7 l/min Rinsing oil quantity: 7 l/min Vibration pump: Manufacturer: Bosch-Rexroth Type: A10VG 45 EP System: Axial piston-swash plate Max. steering pressure: 190 +/-10 bar Steering valve: Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss Type: OSPC 315 ON System: Rotary valve Rear axle: Manufacturer: Dana Type: CHC 192/57LD Differential: No-Spin Degree of locking: 100 % Reduction ratio: 43.10. API SJ/CF) Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150) http://bsa.com/bsa/tk_components/english/search_components_result. 19.spx.2004 .9 mm Steering and charge pump: Manufacturer: Bosch-Rexroth Type: HYZ/19 System: Gear pump Displacement: 19 cm3/U Max.asp?.bomag..100 bar Vibration motor: Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss Type: MMF 025 PPU System: Axial piston-swash plate Displacement: 25 cm3/U Frequency: 30-40 Hz Amplitude: 1.

asp?. drum: 2.2 l (SAE 15W-40.7 l (SAE 90 EP. 19. API GL 5) Reduction gear. API GL 5) Rear axle wheel hubs: 0.com/bsa/tk_components/english/search_components_result.spx.BOMAG Central Service Seite 3 von 3 Vibration bearing housing: 3.7 l (SAE 90 EP..2004 . API GL 5) AC refrigerant: 1300 g (R 134a) Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG Öl) http://bsa.5 l (SAE 90 EP.bomag..10. API SJ/CF) Rear axle: 6.

The time required for thorough maintenance is only minor when being compared with the malfunctions and faults that may occur if these instructions are not observed. This also helps to find detailed information on the individual maintenance tasks. This not only guarantees a remarkably higher functional safety. as specified in the operating and maintenance instructions. It is quite obvious that with each maintenance interval all the work for shorter preceding intervals must also be performed. all safety installations. 250 and 500 hours.4 -C1- .). BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH . To be able to meet these demands the machines must always be ready to be loaded up to their limits. Furthermore. Service Training Maintenance Single drum rollers are heavy-duty construction machines for extremely difficult tasks in earth construction. Thorough maintenance of the machine is therefore mandatory. During the 2000 hours interval you must also perform the work described for the service intervals after 50. The maintenance intervals are given in operating hours. grease etc. protections and guards must always be in place and fully functional. The designation specified under No: in the first column of the maintenance chart refers to the corresponding number of the service work to be performed. fuels. During maintenance work you must only use the fuels and lubricants mentioned in the table of fuels and lubricants (oils. but also prolongs the lifetime of the machine and of important components.

9 Check the hydraulic oil level Inspection X glass 5. X replace 5.8 Check the fuel level X 5.7 Check the water separator X 5. hours every 3000 oper. adjust the valve clearance Inlet = 0.19 Change the fuel prefilter element X 5. hours every 500 oper. 1x per year X elementa 5.14 Check oil level in wheel hubs X 5. hours. tighten.6 Check the engine oil level Dipstick mark X 5.23 Check.18 Drain the fuel tank sludge X 5. hours every 2000 oper. fuel and hydraulic X oil cooler 5. hours every 5000 oper. Maintenance work Remark as required 5.3 mm X exhaust = 0. Service Training Maintenance table every 10 op.13 Check the drive axle oil level X 5. daily after 50 operating hours Running in instructions every 1000 oper.4 -C2- .15 Check oil level in vibration bearings X 5. replace 5.20 Check V-belt tension.10 Check dust precleaner X 5. hours every 250 oper.12 Clean engine oil.21 Check tension of refrigerant X compressor V-belt . tighten.11 Check tire pressure X 5.16 Change engine oil and oil filter min.17 Battery service pole grease X 5.22 Service the air conditioning X 5. hours No.5 mm on cold engine BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH .

26 Oil change in wheel hubs min. every 2 years 5. 1x per X year.30 Tighten the wheel nuts X X 5. 1x per year X 5. min. every 2 X years 5. safety cartridge min.37 Service the combustion air filter min. hours every 5000 oper. Oil change intervals depend on quality of oil and fuel (sulphur content) BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH .31 Check the ROPS X 5.32 Clean the oil bath air filter min. hours every 2000 oper.38 Adjust the scrapers X 5.36 Replace the toothed belts min. hours No.34 Replace the hydraulic oil filterd min.41 Replace the fresh air filter in the X cabin 5.40 Change the tires X 5. every 2 X filterc years 5. hours every 3000 oper. 1x per year X X 5.29 Retighten fastening of axle to X frame 5.39 Adjust the parking brake X 5.24 Oil change in vibration bearingsb see footer.33 Change hydraulic oil and breather min. hours every 500 oper. Maintenance work Remark as required 5. hours every 250 oper. every 5 X years 5.35 Check the injection valves X 5. Service Training every 10 op.27 Replace the fuel filter cartridge X 5. 1x per year X X 5.43 Engine conservation X a.28 Check the engine mounts X X 5. daily after 50 operating hours Running in instructions every 1000 oper. X X 1x per year 5.25 Oil change in drive axle min.42 Tightening torques X 5.4 -C3- . hours.

after 1000 h and then every 1000 h. Also after repairs in the hydraulic system Note: When changing filters use only the original filters specified in the operating and maintenance instructions for this machine. The same applies when using engine oils of specification API CF/CF-4.4 -C4- . insufficient pressure resistance) can lead to severe damage on engine or hydraulic components. When using diesel fuel with a sulphur content of more than 0.5%. after 500 h.g. Service Training b. The installation of incorrect filters (e. c. Oil change intervals after 50 h. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH . the oil change intervals must be halved. Also after repairs in the hydraulic system d.

• low exhaust emissions (EPA II). This provides strength and ensures high wear resistance. These weights compensate manufacturing tolerances with respect to weight and centre of gravity. The forged steel conrods are fitted with compensation weights near the conrod bearing seats. Service Training Deutz diesel engine The single drum roller of product range BW 177 / 179 DH-4 are driven by a Deutz diesel engine series BF4M 2012 COM2 with electronic engine management (EMR) . The cooling fan is mounted to the engine fan block and is directly driven by the engine. The engine is cooled by an external radiator. The pistons are made of an aluminium alloy. The valve seat rings are made of high-grade steel and are also shrink fitted. • low fuel consumption. • low noise level. The valve guides are shrunk into the cylinder head. • high power reserves and • good access to all service points. Each cylinder is fitted with one intake and one exhaust valve. The pistons are lubricated by an oil mist. Crankcase and cylinders of this engine are made of alloyed cast iron. The combustion chamber recess is slightly offset from the middle at its side walls are inclined for 10° towards the inside. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D1- . The forged crankshaft is equipped with integrated counterweights. These engines are characterized by the following positive features: • short and compact design. All pistons are fitted with three piston rings and a cast iron ring carrier for the first ring. The block-type cylinder head is made of cast steel. • almost vibration-free running.

boost fuel supply 9 Engine mounting 3 Engine solenoid 10 Fuel filter 4 Oil pressure switch 11 Lubrication oil filter 5 Cooling air blower 12 Oil sump 6 Coolant pump 13 Dipstick 7 V-belt pulley 14 Steering/charge pump BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D2- . Service Training Service side 3 4 2 5 1 6 14 7 9 8 13 12 11 10 Fig. 1: Service side BFM 2012 1 Oil filler neck 8 Fuel pump 2 Valve.

Service Training Starter side 6 5 4 3 1 2 Fig. 2: Starter side 1 Flywheel 2 Ground cable 3 Starter 4 Turbo charger 5 Generator 6 Coolant temperature switch BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D3- .

3: Lubrication oil circuit 1 Oil sump 12 Piston cooling nozzle 2 Return flow turbo charger to crankcase 13 Camshaft bearing 3 Turbo charger 14 Main oil channel 4 Oil line to turbo charger 15 Lubrication oil cooler 5 Line to mass balance wheel (2 x) 16 Lubrication oil pump 6 Oil pressure sensor 17 Pressure relief valve 7 Valve with pulse lubrication 18 Leak oil return line 8 Push rod. oil supply to rocker arms 19 Lubrication oil filter 9 Line to spray nozzles 20 Suction line 10 Rocker arm 21 Crankshaft bearing 11 Return flow to oil sump 22 Conrod bearing BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D4- . Service Training Lubrication oil circuit 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2 1 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 Fig.

Service Training Lubrication oil circuit 8 7 6 3 1 2 5 4 Fig. 4: Lubrication oil circuit 1 Cooler 2 To cooler 3 From cooler 4 Coolant pump 5 Lubrication oil cooler 6 Cylinder cooling 7 Cylinder head cooling 8 Ventilation connection between cylinder head and heat exchanger BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D5- .

5: Fuel system BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D6- . Service Training Fuelsystem 7 6 4 1a 1b 1c Fuel tank 1d Fig.

6: 1a Manual fuel pump 1b Fuel prefilter 1c Water separator 1d) Water proportion sensor 2 Feed to fuel lift pump 3 Fuel lift pump 4 Connecting line lift pump – main filter (fuel pre-pressure up to 10 bar) 5 Main fuel filter (pressure resistant) 6 Connecting line main filter – supply for injection pump 7 Single injection pump 8 High pressure line 9 Injection nozzle 10 Leakage line 11 Pressure retaining valve .5 bar 12 Return flow to tank BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D7- . Service Training Legend Fig.

6: Fuel prefilter with water separator 1) Hand pump 2) Breather valve 3 Filter element 4) Water and dirt collecting bowl 5 Drain valve 6 Electric connection for water level sensor The fuel pre-filter / wate rseparator consists mainly of: • the dirt / water sediment bowl with water level warning sensor • and the filter element BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D8- . Service Training Fuel prefilter with water separator 1 2 3 4 5 6 Fig.

Main fuel filter Attention! The main fuel filter is subjected to approx. Draining off bigger dirt particles or sludge: • Unscrew the water separator housing. Once the water level reaches the height of the warning connections.5 l of fuel run out. This pressure is considerably higher than on other engines. the warning light in the dashboard lights up. The water resistant filter element retains remaining smaller dirt and water particles. • Close the drain valve. 10 bar fuel pre-pressure from the fuel lift pump. which will then sink down. • Open the drain valve and let approx. Service Training Function: The fuel lift pump draws fuel through both filters. Filter elements of similar design or with adequate dimensions are not necessarily pressure resistant! A filter element of insufficient pressure resistance will be damaged by the high pressure and will disintegrate. For this reason only original filter elements must be used. a power drop). The fuel above the filter element presses through the filter element and cleans the underside of the filter element from dirt. Draining off water or fuel: If the filter element is clogged before a service is due (indicated by e. 0.g. Bleed the system with the manual fuel pump and then tighten the bleeding screw. This causes severe damage to the injection system! BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -D9- . the filter may be regenerated as follows to keep up operation of the engine: • Open the bleeding screw (this applies atmospheric pressure to the filter element and releases bigger dirt particles from the bottom side of the filter.

The essential components of the EMR II-system for engine speed control are: • the control unit EMR II [A48] is installed on the left hand side under the operator's platform.e. the response times are significantly better. the fuel quantity per stroke is not regulated mechanically via a throttle cable.D 10 - . i. maintenance free. However. but is controlled by the EMR II-system by means of an electromagnetic actuator acting on the governor rod. with the necessity of additional software. The most important benefits of this system are: • shorter response times compared with mechanically controlled engines. This improvement is achieved without increasing the acceleration fumes or the fuel consumption. The EMR-injection system is based on the approved Deutz-injection system of series 1012/1013 with individual injection pumps for each cylinder. mounted to the EMR actuator • On the engine the cold start device (heating flange) is additionally triggered by the EMR II in dependence on the coolant temperature BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . • The control unit processes the input signals from: • displacement measuring system in the EMR actuator [Y 137] (current position of the injection pump control rod) • the coolant temperature sensor [B 113] on the cylinder head • the rotary speed sensor [B 114] on the camshaft • the engine oil pressure sensor [B 88] on the oil filter housing • the charge air pressure sensor [B 115] connected to the intake manifold. less susceptible for faults) • in comparison with the first version of the Deutz-EMR this system has the essential advantage that faults can be indicated directly by the fault indicator light on the machine in form of a flashing code. • electronic idle speed control enabling a higher starting torque • no mechanical throttle control (light moving. Service Training Electronic engine control EMR II The Deutz engines in single drum roller BW 177 / 179 DH-4 are equipped with an electronic engine speed control (Deutz EMR II).

The control unit then sends a signal to the EMR actuator to change the control rod position and thereby the engine speed.e. with throttle control in position "AUTO") „AUTO“ steht. The control unit compares this nominal value with the actual speed value detected by the engine speed sensor. if the nominal speed deviates from the actual speed (e. In ECO-mode (position "AUTO") the travel lever determines the nominal speed value. Service Training These input signals are processed. If the nominal value corresponds with the actual value. the signal to the EMR actuator will remain unchanged. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . However. the control unit uses the current turbo charger pressure and the coolant temperature to determine the necessary change in fuel quantity to achieve the nominal speed value. This automatic rotary speed adaptation only takes place in ECO-mode (i.D 11 - . sent as output signals to the EMR actuator Y 137 and there they are converted to the required fuel quantity per stroke.g. when changing the position of the engine speed potentiometer or under higher load).

7 Connection overview EMR sensors/actuators on engine EMR engine wiring harness EMR-actuator Temperature Speed Pressure Pressure Speed Y 137 Coolant Flywheel Engine oil Charge air Crankshaft B 113 B 114 B 88 B 115 B 130 Service Training . Plug. engine side [X31] Plug on vehicle [X30] Control unit EMR II BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 15 Pin assignment X 31 19 16 8 12 21 25 23 10 3 4 6 14 17 18 9 13 22 20 21 11 2 1 5 7 Connecting cable Engine wiring harness Control unit EMR II EMR central plug engine [X57] Pin assignment complies with X 31 Fig.D 12 - .

1 3 2 Fig. 8 Pos.D 13 - . engine side X 31 3 Plug. Service Training Individual EMR II components Control unit EMR II The EMR control unit is located above the central electrics in the access area under the operators platform. Designation Pos. vehicle side X 30 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 Control unit EMR II A 48 EMR II 2 Plug. This is the computer unit of the EMR and it processes the input signals from the sensors to output signals for the EMR actuator (governor rod).

common connection for reference and measuring coil EMR-actuator Y 137 18 RF REF analogue input. 15mA). oil pressure sensor B 88 21 Input: Analogue 4 Analogue input. oil pressure sensor B 88 23 GND Reference potential for signal on pin 24. signal for EMR-actuator coil Y 137 15 STG + PWM-output. sensor signal boost pressure B 115 25 + 5V LDA + 5 V reference voltage for signal on pin 24 (max. Deutz designation Description 1 Spare Spare 2 not used 3 Output: Digital 4 Switching output heating flange (ground!) 4 empty 5 empty 6 empty 7 empty 8 GND Reference potential for signal pin 9 coolant temperature sensor B 113 9 Input: Analogue 7 Analogue input coolant temperature sensor B 113 10 GND Reference potential Pin 11 speed sensor crankshaft B 130 11 Input: Speed 2 Digital input rotary speed sensor crankshaft B 130 12 GND Reference potential Pin 13 speed sensor camshaft B 114 13 Input: Speed 1 Digital input rotary speed sensor camshaft B 114 14 STG .D 14 - . measuring signal of measuring coil of EMR-actuator Y 137 20 GND Reference potential for signal on pin 21. measuring signal of reference coil of EMR-actuator Y 137 19 RF MESS analogue input. PWM-output. boost pressure sensor B 115 24 Input: Analogue 2 Analogue input. signal for EMR-actuator coil Y 137 16 Screen not used 17 RF . boost pressure sensor B 115 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . sensor signal oil pressure sensor B 88 22 +5V REF + 5 V reference voltage for signal on Pin 21. Service Training Plug assignment X 31 (engine plug on EMR control unit) Pos.

Service Training Plug assignment X 30 (vehicle plug on EMR control unit) Pos. vehicle voltage (ignition on) from relay K11. Designation Description 1 U Batt . CAN2+ 14 U Batt + Power supply. X1:179 15 16 Output: Digital/ empty PWM/Frequency 17 Ground empty 18 Input: digital/PWM empty 1 19 Input: digital / empty analogue 20 Input: digital / empty analogue 21 Input: digital/PWM empty 2 22 23 24 25 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . X32:L 11 K-line to diagnostic plug .D 15 - . CAN2- 13 CAN low X1:181. Vehicle ground through X1:182 2 3 4 5 Output: Digital/ empty PWM 1 6 Spare Spare 7 NC empty 8 NC empty 9 NC empty 10 L-line to diagnostic plug .EMR. X32:K 12 CAN high X1:180.EMR.

This component is generally a proportional magnet with integrated path measuring system. At the same time the actual position of the actuator is fed back to the EMR control unit. Service Training EMR actuator Y 137 The EMR actuator is directly connected with the governor rod of the injection pump and moves this rod by being excited by the signal currents from the EMR control unit.D 16 - . BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

Designation Pos. The EMR sensor is the bottom sensor. 8 2 Stg+ 7 3 RF - 1 Stg+ 9 4 RFMeß 6 5 RF Ref Pin assignment of EMR-actuator looking towards actuator (plug pins mirror inverted) Fig. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training • In case of a fault in the path measuring system the engine is shut down and an error code is displayed. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values Pin 1 Signal input actuator coil STG - Pin 2 Signal input actuator coil STG + Pin 3 common connection for measuring RF - and refere´nce coil Pin 4 Measuring signals measuring coil RF MESS Pin 5 Measuring signals reference coil RF REF Pin 6 not used Pin 7 not used 8 EMR-plug X 57 9 EMR-actuator Y 137 Temperature sensor B 113 The EMR coolant temperature sensor is located on the flywheel end of the engine.D 17 - . 9 EMR-actuator Pos.

Service Training The coolant temperature influences the calculated injection quantity of the EMR. The sensor delivers the actual engine speed value for the EMR control unit.D 18 - . • In case of a sensor failure the engine will continue to run and an error code is displayed. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . 1 Pos. Designation Pos. • In case of a too high temperature the EMR will shut the engine down and the display will show and error code. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 EMR temperature sensor for B 113 coolant Speed sensors: Camshaft B114 and crankshaft B 130 The sensors for camshaft and crankshaft speeds are installed on the side of the engine block. Except for the EMR itself the EMR sensor value is also used by the control light for too high coolant temperature in the display.

• In case of a sensor failure the engine is shut down and the error code is displayed. because the EMR assumes that the engine is at standstill and does therefore not release any fuel. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 EMR speed sensor camshaft SAE B 114 housing 2 EMR speed sensor crankshaft SAE B 130 housing BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . • With a missing rotary speed signal from standstill the engine will not start. however. Service Training • If the engine speed is too high (pushing operation) the governor rod is returned to zero position. The EMR speed sensor has a fixed stop and does not need to be adjusted after installation. Designation Pos.D 19 - . until the speed has dropped to the permissible range. 1 2 Fig. 10 Speed sensor Pos. no fault message will be displayed.

The oil pressure is permanently monitored by the EMR. Designation Pos. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 EMR oil pressure sensor B 88 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Pin 3 (+ 5 V from EMR) Pin 2 (Signal) Pin 1 (AGND) 1 Ventilation Ventilation Fig. In case of a too low oil pressure an error code is displayed. • In case of a sensor failure the engine will continue to run and an error code is displayed. • . 11 Oil pressure sensor Pos.D 20 - . Service Training Engine oil pressure sensor B88 The engine oil pressure sensor is mounted on the engine oil filter housing. • In case of a too low pressure the EMR will shut the engine down and the display will show and error code.

Service Training Charge air pressure sensor B 115 The charge air pressure sensor measures the pressure in the air intake manifold. The sensor is located on a bracket at the EMR-actuator. Designation Pos.D 21 - . 1 1 Fig. The charge air pressure informs the EMR about the actual load state of the engine. 12 Charge air pressure sensor Pos. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 Charge air pressure sensor B 115 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

This system is electrically supplied via high current relay K14. 1 2 2 High current relay K14 1 Fig. 13: Heating flange Pos. This high current relay is triggered by the EMR-control unit (ground triggering) in dependence on the coolant temperature. Service Training Heating flange R 19 Instead of glow plugs this engine is fitted with a heating flange before the intake air manifold. located to the left of the engine.D 22 - . Designation Pos. in wiring Deutz Measuring diagram designation values 1 Heating flange R 19 2 High current relay K14 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . which heats up the passing air with resistance heated wires when the engine is cold.

D 23 - . Service Training Trouble shooting Selected codes displayed on screen !!! A detailed description and operation of how to read out error codes and about the display can be found in chapter "Electrics" (Service Training "Electrics" ). BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

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This displays information on • Fault location (e. ’coolant temperature sensor’) • Nature of fault (e.fault no longer present) Fault messages for non-present / rectified faults can be deleted with SERDIA. Service Training Possible diagnostics with SERDIA for error code 5140: a fault diagnose is only possible via SERDIA SERDIA is a software program from Deutz which can be used in connection with a laptop computer to perform more detailed fault analyses. ’sensor’. Further display possibilities: • Function test: With the engine shut down the control outputs and the travel of the governor rod can be activated.g. ’limit value exceeded’. • Assignment of inputs/outputs Display of the current input/output assignment of the EMR-control • Representation of measuring values: There are a lot of measuring values available which can be used if no EMR II fault is present (starting performance. ’sporadic fault’) • Environmetal data / operating data (speed and operating hours at the time of the last fault occurrence) • Number of fault locations • Frequency of fault • Fault status (active – fault present / passive. especially reading out of the error log.g. engine sawing. lack of power). • Operation of SERDIA is described in a separate operation manual.D 25 - . BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

• Replacement of the EMR-actuator (Y137) On engines of series 1013 and 2012 the actuators can be replaced without any additional programming of the control unit. Service Training Connection of SERDIA For this purpose the PC or Laptop is connected to the diagnostic interface with a special interface cable. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Replacement of system components • Replacement of the EMR II control unit: Each control unit is clearly designated to the engine. This connection is in the control box. The correct part number can be found in the spare parts catalogue.D 26 - . When ordering a new control unit you must not only specify the part-number. in accordance with the respective application. but also the engine serial number (see sticker on EMR-control unit). In case of a replacement the control unit therefore needs to be completed with the engine specific data set. Note: The Deutz part-number specified on the EMR-control unit is the part number without software specific for the engine.

but should only be replaced if they are faulty. adjusted at the intervals specified in the operating and maintenance instructions. For control purposes mark the respective rocker arm with chalk. Intake valve: = 0. Flywheel side 1 2 3 4 Fig. Note: The valve clearance must be checked and adjusted when the engine is cold.5 mm • Turn the crankshaft until both valves on cylinder 1 are overlapping (the exhaust valve is not yet closed. The valve clearance must therefore be checked and. Programming of the control unit is not required Checking and adjusting the valve clearance Excessive or insufficient valve clearance can cause failure of the engine as a result of mechanical and thermal overloads. Flywheel side 1 2 3 4 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training • Replacement of other EMR-components All other EMR-components (sensors etc. the intake valve starts to open).D 27 - . if necessary.3 mm Exhaust valve= 0.) must not be repaired. 14: Crankshaft position 1 • Check and adjust the valve clearance by following the black marking in the adjustment schematics.

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Fig. 15: Crankshaft position 2

• Turn the crankshaft one full turn (360°) further. Check
and adjust the valve clearance by following the black marking in the adjustment schematics.

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Explanation of pictograms

During the following work the following pictograms are used for the reason of simplicity:

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plug-in injection pump

Deutz diesel engines of product range 2012 are equipped with plug-in injection pumps of series PF 33
from Bosch.

The concept of the plug-in fuel injection pumps enables the realization of high injection pressures in
connection with extremely short injection lines, which contributes to a high hydraulic stiffness of the
injection system. This in turn provides the prerequisite for low exhaust emission values (soot) in
combination with a low fuel consumption.

Plug-in fuel injection pumps have the following plunger dimensions:

• Stroke 12 mm

• Diameter 9 mm

Cavitation in the injection lines and injection overrun, which is normally associated with high pressures,
is prevented by a return flow nozzle arranged after the pressure valve
Das The constant volume relief is 50 mm³.

Assembling the plug-type injection pumps

The adjustment of the injection pump tziming (FB) affects:

• the fuel consumption,

• the power

• the exhaust emission

of the engine.

On engines of series 2012 the start of delivery is adjusted without tolerance. The start of delivery is
enered in degree of crank angle measured from the top dead centre of the piston and depends on
application, power and speed setting of the engine.

The plug-in injection pump is in position of start of delivery when the plunger just closes the fuel supply
bore in the plunger sleeve.

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On engines with inline injection pumps the engine drive is turned to start of delivery position and closing
of the fuel supply bore is determined by means of a high pressure pump. Occurring tolerances are
compensated in the coupling of the injection pump drive, whereby the injection pump camshaft is turned
to start of delivery position against the fixed engine drive.

The injection pump cams on engines of series 2012 are arranged on the camshaft of the engine. For
this reason the conventional adjustment method for the start of delivery cannot be used.

The start of delivery of the injection pump must be adjusted using the new method.

For this the conventional adjustment method is subdivided into length measurements of individual
engine parts and calculations.

The permissible manufacturing tolerances for the components

• cylinder crankcase,

• camshaft,

• plunger

• plug-in injection pump

are measured and eliminated by the adjustment of the start of delivery.

However, in cases of interest for BOMAG engineers the engine will not be overhauled completely, but
individual injection pumps will be replaced.

Crankcase, camshaft and plunger remain unchanged.

This results in a certain installation measurement for the engine drive, which is stamped on the engine
type plate.

In column „EP“ iit is stamped as „CODE“ for each cylinder.

Note:
If an injection pump and/or nozzle is replaced, the respective high pressure line between pump and
nozzle must also be replaced..

1. Remove crankcase ventilation and cylinder
head cover.

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Note: Tighten the knurled fastening screw by hand. Remove the engine solenoid Fig. 16: 2. 18: 4. Fig. 100 830 carefully into the groove of the governor rod and fasten it. Insert the pressing device WILBÄR No. 17: 3. Service Training Fig. Turn the knurled fastening screw to press the governor rod to stop position. Fig. 19: BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .D 32 - .

Service Training 5. 22: Determine the thickness of the new compensation shim: BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Note: View on flywheel Fig. 20: 6. Take the compensation shim carefully out with the rod magnet. Set the cylinder of the injection pump to be replaced to ignition top dead centre (valves overlapping). Then turn the crankshaft approx. Remove injection line and injection pump. Fig.D 33 - . 120° against the sense of rotation. 21: 7. Fig.

Fig.EP – contains a code for the plug-in fuel injection pump for each cylinder. 23: Injection pump code BFM 2012 The EP-code is used to determine the installation measurement to be corrected „Ek“ from table 1.g. 1st line = cylinder 1 2. line = cylinder 2 etc. 295 Each line represents 1 cylinder e. Service Training Determination of the compensation shim thickness when replacing plug-in fuel injection pumps On the engine type plate column . BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .D 34 - .

775 291 121.325 233 119.925 297 119.675 247 120.475 279 121.300 272 120.050 262 120. Service Training EK EP EK EP EK EP EK EP (mm) code (mm) code (mm) code (mm) code 119.650 246 120.925 257 120.725 249 120.100 304 119.600 284 121.800 292 119.500 240 120.275 231 119.600 244 120.450 238 120.750 290 121.850 254 120.525 281 121.275 271 120.350 314 119.300 232 119.175 267 120.875 255 120.D 35 - .350 274 120.875 295 119.400 236 120.375 315 119. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .000 260 120.825 253 120.075 263 120.625 245 120.375 235 119.700 288 121.750 250 120.125 265 120.300 312 119.150 306 119.575 283 121.475 239 121.900 256 120.575 243 120.700 248 120.950 298 119.025 301 Fig.175 307 119.650 286 121.350 234 119.000 300 119.250 230 119.900 296 119.550 282 121.275 311 119.425 237 120.800 252 120.550 242 120.125 305 119.025 261 120.775 251 120.075 303 119.250 270 120.500 280 121.625 285 121.200 308 119.950 258 120.050 302 119.450 278 121.375 275 120.150 266 120.675 287 121.425 277 121.325 273 120.850 294 119.225 269 120.825 293 119.975 299 119.250 310 119.525 241 120.725 289 121. determined by EP-code on type plate and from table 1. 24: Injection pump code table BFM 2012 Ek (mm) = corrected injection pump measurement.400 276 121.325 313 119.200 268 120.100 264 120.975 259 120.225 309 119.

In this position – injection pump plunger in start of fuel delivery position . 25: Plunger code inscription BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .D 36 - .the distance between pump contact face and plunger foot contact face is measured. Service Training During the manufacture of the plug-in fuel injection pump the high pressure method is used to determine the wear in the fuel supply bore. Measurement "A" in 1/100 mm has been written on the pump with an electric marker. 64 Fig.

D 37 - . 26: Individual injection pump BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training A=XXX Fig.

Service Training Measurement "A" specifies by how many 1/100 mm the gap between contact area on cylinder crankcase and plunger foot is longer than the hydraulic base measurement Lo.D 38 - . 27: Presentation of measurement „A“ • Lo = 117.5 mm .BFM 2012 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Lo A = XX A/100 Fig.

D 39 - . BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . 28: Drive in start of delivery position after determination of „Ts“ The plug-in fuel injection pump is now positively connected with the drive. Service Training Ek Lo+A/100 Z Ts Fig. The illustration explains that according to calculation: (Ek) . which has been set to start of delivery by inserting a compensation shim "Z" of calibrated thickness..(Lo + A/100) there is a gap „Ts“ between injection pump plunger foot and roller plunger. This gap has to be compensated with a compensation shim "Z" of appropriate (calculated) thickness.

Ts = Ek .149 1.25 .1.45 .049 1.65 .8 2.25 .1.549 2.3 2.749 2.2.45 .5 2.05 .349 1.1.3. Service Training Theor.349 2. thickness Thickness Theor.2.7 2.55 .4 1.1.749 1.2 1.1 1.05 .149 2.2.85 .6 2.95 .849 2.649 2.3.749 3.65 .649 1.7 1.35 .2.449 1.2.249 1.9 3.949 1.9 1.2.1.5 1.1.6 1.4 2.85 .3.1.249 3.2 2.35 .75 .05 .0 3. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .049 3.2.5 2.850 3.(Lo + A/100) [mm] The real compensation shim thickness „Ss“ is determined with the help of table 2.3.1 2.2.15 .549 3.3 1.4 Tabelle 1: Shims 2012 For the determination of the theoretical shim thickness „Ts“ it is also necessary to determine measurement Lo + A/100 of the new fuel injection pump.15 .3.7 3.3 3.1.25 .149 3.1 3.95 .45 .1.2.95 .D 40 - .3.8 1.3.549 1.65 .949 2.649 3.0 2.249 2.3.6 3.55 .3.55 .1.35 .75 . thickness Thickness „Ts“ of compensation „Ts“ of compensation shims "Ss" shims "Ss" (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 0.15 .75 .449 2.8 3. which must then be subtracted from the corrected injection pump measurement Ek.449 3.849 1.2.049 2.349 3.2 3.0 1.

D 41 - . Fig. 29: BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . P?lace the new calculated compensation shim on the roller plunger.5 + 42/100 mm) Ts = 2.0 mm 8.995 mm see also table 1 Ss = 3.875 mm . Service Training Exemplary calculation for BFM 2012 EP-code read off engine type plate: 295 • see table 1 corrected injection pump measurement „Ek“: 120.(Lo + A/100) Ts = 120.875 mm Lo = 117.5 mm (fixed measurement) Value for A/100 read off new injection pump A/100 = 42 • Ts = Ek .(117.

Apply some oil to the locating bore in the crankcase and the O-rings on the injection pump. Fig.D 42 - . 31: 11. middle position. Attach the flange. Fig. 32: BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Carefully insert the injection pump control lever into the governor rod. Note: The chamfer must face towards the injection pump body Fig. 30: 10. Service Training 9. Turn the injection pump control lever to approx.

Loosen the screws again for 60°. Fig. Fig. 33: 13. Carefully turn the injection pump with and open end spanner in anti-clockwise direction against the noticeable stop Fig.D 43 - . 35: BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Slightly oil the screws and tighten them evenly with 5Nm. Service Training 12. 34: 14.

Back out the knurled screw of the pressing device. Service Training 15. Note: Start with the outer screw. Tighten the screws again for 60° and continue in stages with tightening torques of 7 Nm. Note: If necessary replace the gasket. Slightly oil the O-ring of the crankcase ventilation. Fig. Reinstall the cylinder head cover. 10 Nm and 30 Nm. Tightening torque: 9 +/-1 Nm. Reinstall the engine solenoid with a new O- ring.D 44 - . Fig. viewed from the flywheel. Reassemble the crankcase ventilation. 17. remove the pressing device. 18. 37: 19. (see arrow). 36: 16. Tools BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Tightening torque 9 +/.1Nm Note: If necessary replace the gasket.

Box 140580 D . Wilbär P. For tools from Hazet and Bosch you should consult your nearest representative. 38 • Pressing device for governor rod 100 830 (Wilbär) BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .D 45 - .O. orders to Wilbär should be addressed to: Co. Service Training The following tools can be ordered from the respective supplier (in brackets) under the stated part- number.42826 Remscheid Fig.

Designation Pos. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram EMR . 39: Diesel engine.central plug X 57 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . right Pos.D 46 - . in wiring diagram Pos. Service Training Electrical components and measuring point on the engine 1 2 Fig.

D 47 - . in hydraulic Measuring values diagram Air filter vacuum switch B 03 50 mbar BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training 1 Fig. 40: Diesel engine starter side Pos. in wiring diagram Pos. Designation Pos.

41: Diesel engine auxiliary power take-off Pos. Designation Pos. in wiring diagram Pos.D 48 - . in hydraulic Measuring values diagram Steering/charge pump 09 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training Fig.

42: Engine compartment left. Designation Pos. in wiring diagram Pos. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Heating flange R 19 2 High current relay for heating flange K 14 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training 1 2 1 2 Fig.D 49 - . starter side Pos.

from brake valve to steering system Travel system T T to vib. pump Charge pressure BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 Fig. 1 Travel system hydraulic diagram 1 3 4 2 M Diesel engine 1Charge pump 2 Travel pump 3 Axle drive motor 4 Drum drive motor Service Training -E1- .

The travel motors are fitted with flushing valves for the closed circuit. the oil from the charge circuit is also needed for the following machine functions: • to control the variable displacement pumps for travel and vibration systems. It is directly driven by the engine with constant speed. the hydraulic oil filter and the hydraulic oil cooler. Besides its function of supplying the closed circuit with cool and filtered oil as replacement for leakage and flushing losses. All safety and control elements needed for the operation in a closed hydraulic circuit are integrated in the travel pump. The travel pump is flanged to the flywheel side of the diesel engine. These are: • High pressure relief valves (pressure setting see technical data) with integrated boost check valves • Charge pressure relief valve (pressure setting see technical data) • Pressure override (pressure setting see technical data) • Servo control BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E2- . The oil is cleaned by a charge pressure filter. • to release the hydraulic multi-disc brakes. two travel motors. It mainly consists of the travel pump with the integrated safety elements. Service Training On the machines described in this training manual the travel system consists of a closed hydraulic circuit. which is hydraulically arranged directly after the gear pumps for steering/charge system. The installation of a hydraulic pump with variable displacement into a closed hydraulic circuit is a perfect solution for a hydrostatic travel system. In addition to its function of serving the steering system the gear pump driven by the auxiliary drive of the engine has also the function of a charge pump for the closed hydraulic circuit. The return flow from the steering valve is fed through the charge oil port into the travel pump. • to support the proportional travel motor control • The two travel motors are electrically proportionally controlled and conected parallel to each other. because with this design the travel direction can be reversed without any problems.

Due to the possibility of an infinite adjustment of the swash plate the pump flow rate and therefore the travel speed can also be infinitely changed within the pre-selected travel speed range. Fig. 2 Hydraulic diagram for travel pump 1 Pump drive 2 Control piston 3 4/3-way servo valve 4 Charge pressure relief valve 5 High pressure relief valves 6 Pressure override BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E3- . type A4 VG 56 EP. Service Training Travel pump The travel pump is a swash plate operated axial piston pump with variable displacement from Bosch Rexroth-Hydromatik. The pump flow is determined by the displacement and the actual rotary speed of the pump.

Service Training The pump is equipped with all control and safety elements needed for operation in a closed hydraulic circuit. such as: • high pressure relief valves. • pressure override and • electric proportional servo control • 6 5 1 7 4 2 8 1 4 3 Fig. • charge pressure relief valve. 1 Cross-sectional view of travel pump 1 Drive shaft 2 Swashing cradle 3 Cylinder block 4 Working pistons 5 control piston 6 Control unit 7 Slipper pad 8 Valve plate BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E4- .

An electrically operated proportional 4/3-way valve directs the pilot oil flow (from the charge circuit) to the corresponding control piston side in the servo control. Service Training The spherical valve plate centres the cylinder block. When opening the 4/3-way valve pilot oil (from the charge circuit) is directed to one of the control piston sides in dependence on the position of the pressure reducing valve and moves the control piston to the corresponding direction. When changing the swashing angle through the neutral position to the opposite side. Pilot pressure is used to operate the pump out of neutral position to the desired pumping direction (direction of oil flow). Swashing angle and displacement of the working pistons (oil flow rate) remain constant. which is tightly connected with the drive shaft. This forms a hydraulically balanced field. All working pistons are drilled through their entire length. In neutral position both control chambers are loaded with case pressure. This design principle gives the pump a very high rate of efficiency throughout its entire lifetime. The feedback lever on the control piston detects when the swash plate has reached a position that corresponds with the displacement of the travel lever. This feedback lever controls a pilot oil portioning valve which interrupts the pilot oil flow to the control chambers when the swashing angle corresponds with the position of the travel lever. until a new control command requires a different swashing angle. The axial movement draws oil into the pump and presses it to the travel motors. The 4/3-way proportional valve is controlled with special current signals from the ESX in dependence on the travel lever position and setting of the travel speed range switch. swash plate) tightly together and compensate appearing wear in axial direction immediately. Pressure fluid flows through these bores into the areas between the slipper pads and the surface of the swash plate. and avoids the appearance of undesired transverse forces. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E5- . cylinder block. This causes the axial movement of the pistons inside the cylinder block. the flow direction of the oil and the sense of rotation of the travel motors will change. Belleville springs hold the complete drive (valve plate. The swashing lever between the control piston and the swash plate transfers the control piston movement to the swash plate. The needle bearing mounted swash plate swivels to the chosen direction. on which the slipper pads can slide without any metal to metal contact between swash plate and slipper pads.

the pressure override valve will open and the pump can swash back to the previously chosen position. Cool and filtered oil can now only enter into the closed circuit on the opposite side (low pressure side). Since the cross-sections of these valves are very small and the hydraulic oil enters the low pressure side already inside the pump. This installation prevents overheating of the hydraulic system and overloading of the diesel engine. This pressure depends on the load acting on the travel motors. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E6- . If one of these valves responds. Service Training When actuating the travel pump pressure will build up in the line between pump outlet and motor inlet. The high pressure relief valve limits possibly occurring extreme pressure peaks to the adjusted value. For this reason the pump is fitted with an additional pressure override valve. the system would very quickly overheat if the pressure in the system would be relieved via the high pressure relief valves. thereby maintaining the pressure level at the adjusted value of the pressure override valve. If the pressure drops again. The pressure override valve interrupts the pilot oil flow to the control piston. This pressure keeps the boost check valve inside the high pressure relief valve for this particular side of the closed hydraulic circuit closed. hydraulic oil will flow out of the high pressure side and enter the low pressure side through the corresponding boost check valve.

The oil from the opposite control chamber flows through the 4/3-way valve as leak oil into the pump housing. the 4/3-way valve will move out of neutral position to the desired direction and guide the pilot oil flow through the pilot oil portioning valve to the corresponding control piston side. The pump is now able to deliver oil to the travel motors. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E7- . which is mounted with its ball head in the pump control shaft. The feedback lever. The control piston moves to the corresponding direction and operates the swash plate via the swashing lever accordingly. 2 Pump control The servo control of the pump is integrated in the pump housing and consists mainly of: • 1) the electrically controlled proportional 4/3-way valve • 2) the control piston • 3) the feedback lever • If the current in the solenoids Y16 (forward) or Y17 (reverse) increases above the threshold value (values see electric training). follows the control piston and interrupts the pilot oil flow wen the control piston has reached a position corresponding with the displacement of the travel lever. Service Training Control 1 2 3 Fig.

the pressure in the low pressure side is identical with charge pressure. In this case the pressure in both sides of the closed circuit is identical with charge pressure. both boost check valves can open and let in oil from the charge circuit. Since feeding of cool and filtered oil is only possible on the low pressure side of the closed circuit. so that the pressure value of 26 +/. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E8- .1 bar cannot be altered. This valve limits the pressure in the charge circuit to the adjusted value. Service Training Charge pressure relief valve The charge pressure relief valve belongs to the group of safety elements in a closed hydraulic circuit. from the charge pump pilot oil fixed spring (26 bar) to the oil tank Fig. The charge pressure relief valve is a valve with a fixed setting. 3 Charge pressure relief valve The charge circuit is needed for the compensation of leak oil and flushing quantities in the closed hydraulic circuit. If the travel pump is in neutral position.

1 2 3 2 High pressure relief valves bypass Fig. 4 Valve plate with high pressure relief valves 1 Pressure override 2 High pressure relief valves (fixed) with bypass for towing 3 Charge pressure relief valve (fixed) The high pressure relief valves in both sides of the hydraulic circuit protect the hydraulic system. which are needed in every hydraulic circuit. (with bypass for towing) High pressure relief valves are safety elements. These valves limit the pressure in the hydraulic circuit to the value determined by the adjustment spring. Service Training High pressure relief valves. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -E9- . the diesel engine and all other machine components against overloads.

Service Training to travel motors 3 4 4 1 2 from the charge circuit from front travel mot Fig. These valves open to the low pressure side and let cool and filtered oil flow from the charge oil circuit into the closed hydraulic circuit. hydraulic diagram 1 Travel pump 2 Control piston (actuated) 3 4/3-way valve (actuated) 4 High pressure relief valves The boost check valves are integrated in the high pressure relief valves.E 10 - . in order to compensate leaks and flushing quantities. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . 5 : High pressure relief valves.

Service Training Pressure override 2 5 1 3 6 4 Fig.E 11 - . reverse BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . hydraulic presentation of function 1 Charge pump 2 Pressure override (400 bar) 3 Travel pump 4 Control piston 5 3/4-way proportional valve 6 Shuttle valve Y16 Solenoid valve. forward Y17 Solenoid valve. 6 Pressure override.

Fig. the pressure override. the travel pump is equipped with another safety device. longer responding of these valves would cause very quick overloading of the hydraulic circuit and would subsequently lead to severe damage in pump or other components. 7 Pressure override 1 Valve piston 8 Pressure spring 2 Bore 9 Adjustment screw 3 Valve seat 10 Pilot pressure channel 4 Piston 11 Housing channel 5 Valve bush 12 High pressure circuit 6 Control piston 13 High pressure circuit 7 Spring plate BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . In order to avoid this.E 12 - . Service Training Since the cross-sections of the high pressure relief valves are very small.

The spring force of the pressure override and its reaction value can be adjusted via the adjustment screw. the valve spool will be forced back by spring force. The pump cannot be actuated any further. In order to ensure a safe function. Now pilot oil can flow to the corresponding control piston side again and the pump can be actuated. Should the pressure in the closed circuit drop below the setting of the pressure override. As long as the pressure in the closed circuit is lower than the adjustment value of the pressure override.E 13 - . This avoids overheating of the hydraulic oil. the pressure override should always be approx. The system pressure is maintained at the setting of the pressure override. whereby the passage between charge circuit and pump control is opened again. If the pressure reaches the setting of the pressure override.10 bar BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .5 bar Pressure override = 420 +/. • adjustment spring and • adjustment screw with counter nut. until the resistance causing this high pressure in the system is overcome or the pump is returned to neutral position by the operator. Service Training The pressure override is hydraulically arranged in the pilot oil flow to the pump control before the 4/3- way valve and consists mainly off: • axial spool with control edges. 10% lower than the setting of the fixed high pressure relief valves. This type of pressure limitation ensures that no oil will be relieved from the closed circuit via the very tight cross sections of the high pressure relief valves. The pump can now be actuated up to maximum displacement. High pressure relief valve = 430 +/. Via a shuttle valve the spool of the pressure override is always subjected to the highest pressure in the closed circuit. the pilot oil connection via the 4/3-way valve to the corresponding control chamber is released. the spool inside the valve will move and cut off the pilot oil flow to the control piston. Due to the design and the hydraulic arrangement of pressure override the high pressure relief valves will not respond at all under normal conditions.

axle drive motor 1 Motor drive 2 Control piston 3 Proportional control with proportional solenoid 4 Flushing valve with flushing pressure limitation valve 5 Axle with brake BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . High pressure pumpBrake valve Charge pressure 5 4 2 Leakag 3 High pressure pump Fig. 3 Hydraulic diagram. Service Training Axle drive motor.E 14 - . The axle drive motor is a swash plate controlled (electrically proportional) Sauer-Sundstrand axial piston motor (series 51 C 080) with variable displacement.

1 Control piston 7 Cylinder block 2 Flushing valve 8 Universal joint 3 prop. 4: Axle drive motor. control 9 Output shaft 4 Spindle with ball 10 Output shaft bearing 5 Qmin-screw 11 Working piston 6 Valve plate BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . 5 7 8 6 9 1 11 10 4 2 3 Fig.E 15 - . Service Training .

This is accomplished by changing the angle between cylinder block and output shaft. the piston will move back into the cylinder bore. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . The front travel motor (drum drive) is also an axial piston motor 51C060 from Sauer-Danfoss. When changing the swash plate position to minimal angle the motor works with minimum displacement. The motor can be adjusted to two fixed displacements. As the rotation progresses. the pressurized pistons will perform a stroke movement. The synchronizing shaft with roller surfaces ensures uniform rotation of output shaft and cylinder block. it will change to the low pressure side. which is tightly connected with the valve segment. Since the working pistons are arranged under an angle to the output shaft. For the connection between output shaft and pistons no other parts are required. Once the respective piston has passed its dead centre (max. Control The motor is electrically proportionally adjusted. Oil is thereby displaced out of the cylinder chamber through the low pressure side back to the pump. The ball joints of the pistons run in journal bearings. Service Training Function The motor is connected with the travel pump via the high pressure ports A and B. extended position). thereby causing a rotation of the output shaft. The displacement is changed by a control piston. slow speed and high torque. which are pressed into the outer shaft. high speed and low torque. The hydraulic oil flows under high pressure through the corresponding port to the back of the working pistons. The output shaft runs in two tapered roller bearings.E 16 - . With a large angle position the motor works with maximum displacement.

1 Drum drive 1 Screw fastening front frame 9) Planet gear. 1 3 4 5 6 7 2 8 15 14 9 13 12 10 11 Fig. A reduction gear with a reduction ration of i = 53. Service Training Drum drive (51C060 + GFT17) on DH/PDH versions On the DH/PDH versions the drum is driven by a fast rotating axial piston motor 51C060 from Sauer-Danfoss and a reduction gear GFT17 from Lohmann + Stolterfoth.95 reduces the high output speed down to drum speed.E 17 - . The function of the axial piston motor is identical with the function of the axle drive motor and does therefore not need to be described in detail. stage 1 2 Fixed housing section = planet carrier stage 2 10) Drive shaft = sun gear stage 1 3 Screw fastening drum 11) Hollow shaft = receptacle of motor and brake shaft 4 Ball bearing 12) Brake discs 5 Fixation of bearing 13) Brake piston 6 Planet gear srage 2 14) Brake spring 7 Rotating housing = hollow wheel stages 1 and 2 15) Brake releasing connection 8 Planet gear stage 1 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

8 mm. Service Training Manual releasing of brake on axle drive For manual releasing of the brakes on the rear axle you should proceed as follows: Fig. 1 complete turn. 14. 1) and back it off by approx.E 18 - . BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . 5: Manual releasing of rear axle brakes • Slacken the counter nut (Fig. • To release the brake tighten the screw for max. • Turn the brake releasing screw (2) in against the stop. Pos. Attention! Turn the screws on both sides in uniformly (alternately by 1/4 of a turn) • Repeat this procedure on the opposite side of the axle.

charge pressure MA 25+/-11 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . travel system 4 5 4 3 4 3 1 2 5 2 Fig. in wiring diagram Pos.5 bar switch 5 Pressure test port. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Steering/charge pump 09 2 Steering pressure test port MB 200 +/-10 bar 3 charge oil filter 07 4 Charge oil filter pressure differential B21 ∆p 3.E 19 - . Designation Pos. 6: Steering/charge pump and charge pressure filter Pos. Service Training Test and adjustment points.

MC 420 +25/-5 bar 2 Pressure test port. reverse travel 10 .E 20 - . forward travel 10 . Service Training Fig.B . Designation Pos. 7: Travel pump 1 2 2 Fig.A . in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Pressure test port.MD 420 +25/-5 bar BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . in wiring diagram Pos. 8 Travel pump test ports Pos.

E 21 - . charge pressure MA 25+/-1 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . reverse travel Y16 MC /b 12V / 0.4-1. Service Training Travel pump 1 1 2 3 1 2 2 Fig.2 A 3 Pressure test port. forward travel Y17 MD /a 12V / 0.2 A 2 Pressure test port. Designation Pos. in wiring diagram Pos.4-1. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Pressure test port. 9 Travel pump test ports Pos.

4-1. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Pressure. reverse travel 12 .E 22 - . 10 Front travel motor (drum drive) Pos. solenoid Y30 12V / 0. 25bar 4 Prop. Designation Pos. forward travel 12 . in wiring diagram Pos.A 2 Pressure.B 3 Connection X X1 approx. Service Training Travel motor (drum drive) 3 4 5 5 2 1 3 2 4 1 Fig.2 A 5 Flange mounted speed sensor PPU B59 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

Designation Pos.A reverse to drum drive motor BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . in wiring diagram Pos. solenoid Y31 12V / 0.4-1. 11 Rear axle motor Pos. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Prop.E 23 - . Service Training Travel motor (axle drive) 1 4 2 3 5 4 3 6 5 1 7 2 Fig. 25bar 3 Travel pressure sensor B112 25 -400 bar 4 High pressure from travel pump 13 .2 A 2 Connection X X1 approx.B forward to drum drive motor 5 High pressure from travel pump 13 .

E 24 - . in wiring diagram Pos. Designation Pos. Service Training 2 1 3 1 2 NEW : Flange mounted speed sensors in both travel motors and a travel pressure sensor in the frame front left under the operator's stand! Pos. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Flange mounted speed sensor PPU B60 Axle motor 1 Flange mounted speed sensor PPU B59 Drum drive motor 2 Travel pressure sensor front left B112 under operator's platform BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

E 25 - . Designation Pos. 12 Brake valve with brake release valve Pos. Service Training Brake valve (located in the frame rear right) 5 2 1 1 2 3 3 4 Fig. brake pressure 16 .MA approx. in wiring diagram Pos. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Brake valve with solenoid Y4 08 0V closed12V valve open 2 Brake release valve with integrated 16 38+/-2 pressure relief valve 3 Pressure test port. 25bar 4 Brake release button 16 5 Hand pump 16 BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

E 26 - . 13 Travel lever (multi-function lever) A detailed description of the travel lever button can be found in chapter "Electrics" (Service Training "Electrics") BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training Travel lever 5 4 Fig.

The fault list is by no means complete. based on our latest field experience. i.e. the fault table is based on the experience of the central service department.E 27 - . Procedure: The following trouble shooting table contains both electrical as well as mechanical and hydraulic faults. Service Training Trouble shooting The display shows error codes A detailed description of how to read out the error codes and on the display can be found in chapter "Electrics" (Service Training "Electrics") The following trouble shooting chart contains a small selection of possible faults. The number specified in the table indicate the probability of the fault cause and thereby the recommended trouble shooting sequence. the list covers almost all faults that have occurred in the past. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . which may occur during operation of the machine. however.

Service Training Maschine fährt mit Fahrhebel in Stellung 'Neutral' Max.E 28 - .Fahrgeschwindigkeit wird nicht erreicht Maschine fährt nur in eine Fahrtrichtung Maschine fährt nicht (vor und zurück) FEHLERSUCHE FAHRANTRIEB Hydrauliköl wird zu heiss BW 177 DH-4 SYMPTOME MÖGLICHE URSACHEN Bremsventil (elektrisch/mechanisch/hydraulisch) 1 Bremse Achse/Bandagenmotor (mechanisch/hydraulisch) 2 2 3 Fahrpropverstellung /defekt/Verkabelung 1 Speisepumpe / Speisedruckbegrenzungsventil(e) 2 3 verschmutzt/defekt Pumpenansteuerung (Servoverstellung) 2 1 2 3 Druckabschneidung/ Hochdruckbegrenzung Fahrpumpe 3 2 3 3 verschmutzt/verstellt/defekt Fahrhebel 1 2 Nullage Fahrpumpe 3 3 Fahrpumpe(n) defekt 3 3 2 Stellventil Fahrmotoren (elektrisch / mechanisch / hydraulisch) 1 2 Spülventil Fahrmotoren hängt 3 Fahrmotor(en) defekt 3 3 Hydraulikölkühler verschmutzt (intern/extern) 1 Thermostat (Hydraulik) verschmutzt/verklemmt/defekt 2 Kupplung Dieselmotor-Pumpe 2 Dieselmotor 1 Drehzahl-Flanschsensoren im Fahrmotor (Verkabelung) 1 1 2 FEHLERSUCHE BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

pilot oil is guided to one of the control piston sides. This actuates the pump from neutral position to the required displacement to one of the two possible sides. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F1- . 1 Vibration hydraulic diagram 1 Vibration pump 2 Vibration motor with flushing valve Vibration pump and travel pump are joined to a tandem unit. The main components of this circuit are • vibration pump. which is driven by the flywheel end of the diesel engine. Service Training Vibration The vibration circuit is also a closed hydraulic circuit. • Vibration motor • and the pressure resistant hydraulic hoses. When operating a 4/3 way proportional valve. similar to the travel circuit. T1: to tank T2: Connection to travel pump Charging to tank 1 2 Fig.

• Basic weight + change-over weight = high amplitude • Basic weight . The vibration motor output shaft is joined with the exciter shaft in the drum via a Bowex coupling. The vibration system is designed in such a way. Depending on the sense of rotation of the vibrator shaft these change-over weights add to or subtract from the basic weights. Since the speed of the diesel engine is variable. the pump displacement always needs to be adapted proportionally in order to maintain the vibration frequency constant. that the high exciter shaft speed (frequency) is coupled with the low amplitude and the low exciter shaft speed (frequency) with the high amplitude. Fig. the flow direction of the oil and the sense of rotation of the vibration motor will change. The eccentric weights on the vibrator shaft are fitted with additional change-over weights. Service Training When changing the swashing angle through the neutral position to the opposite side.change-over weight = low amplitude The displacement of the pump may be different to both flow directions. The rotation of the exciter shaft with the bolted on eccentric weights causes the vibration of the elastically suspended drums. 2 Sense of rotation of exciter shaft BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F2- . This results in different exciter shaft speeds to the two directions of rotation of the motor.

The pump is fitted with all control and safety elements needed for operation in a closed hydraulic circuit. These are: • servo control • High pressure relief valves with integrated boost check valves • Pressure override T2: Connection to travel pump T1: to tank Charging Internal connection to to / from Travel pump Vibration Charge motor pressure valve from/to Vibration motor Fig. hydraulic diagram 1 Pump drive 2 Control piston 3 Proportional solenoid valve 4 High pressure relief valves 5 Pressure override BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F3- . Service Training Vibration pump The vibration pump is a swash plate operated axial piston pump with variable displacement of type A10 VG 45 EP from Bosch-Rexroth. 3 Vibration pump.

This avoids the appearance of undesired transverse forces. This results in a high efficiency over the entire lifetime of the pump. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F4- . Service Training The spherical valve plate centers the cylinder block which is driven by the drive shaft via a splined connection. 3 4 5 2 1 9 8 7 6 Fig. cylinder block and swash plate is held together by Belleville springs. 4 Vibration pump 1 Drive shaft 2 Control piston 3 Pilot pressure port (X1/X2) 4 Servo control 5 Pressure override 6 Cylinder block 7 Working pistons 8 Slipper pad 9 Swash plate The complete drive consisting of valve plate.

This results in different speeds of the vibration motor to both travel directions. the flow direction of the oil and the sense of rotation of the exciter shaft will change. This means: • High displacement – high speed (frequency). In this case hydraulic oil flows from the high pressure side through the boost check valve directly into the opposite side. The displacements to both pumping directions have different adjustments. This pressure closes the boost check valve in the high pressure side of the closed circuit. Feeding of cooled and filtered hydraulic oil can therefore only take place in the low pressure side. Sudden pressure peaks are eliminated by high pressure relief valves. A 4/3-way valve guides this pilot oil to the corresponding control piston side in the servo control. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F5- . When opening the 4/3-way valve pilot oil (from the charge circuit) is directed to one of the control piston sides and moves the control piston to the corresponding direction. • Low displacement – low speed (frequency). Service Training Pilot pressure is used to operate the pump out of neutral position to the desired pumping direction (direction of oil flow). The pressure cannot increase any further. The different positions of the change-over weight in relation to the basic weight results in the following vibration effects: • High displacement – high frequency – low amplitude • Low displacement – low frequency – high amplitude The resistance affecting the rotation of the exciter shaft causes pressure to build up between pump and motor. The position of the change-over valves depends on the sense of rotation of the exciter shaft. the low pressure side. When changing the swashing angle through the neutral position to the opposite side. The pump swashes to the adjusted displacement. Due to the use of a remote control (electrically operated via solenoids) the pump can only be actuated from neutral to one of the two possible maximum displacement positions. In neutral position both control chambers are loaded with case pressure. Once the pressure reaches the adjusted value of the pressure override valve the pilot oil flow to the 4/ 3 way solenoid valve is interrupted.

In this case the pressure override valve has no function. Under this condition the high pressure relief valves work as brake valves. They pump the oil back to the vibration pump. The functions of pressure override valve and high pressure relief valves in the vibration circuit are identical with the functions of these valves in the travel circuit. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F6- . Service Training High pressure relief valves 1 2 8 3* 4* 6 5 Fig. 5 High pressure relief valves 1 Setscrew for pressure override 2 High pressure relief valve with integrated boost check valve 3 *(not in vibration pump) 4 *(not in vibration pump) (charge pressure relief valve) 5 High pressure relief valve with integrated boost check valve 6 Valve plate 7 Pressure override When switching the vibration off the vibration motors for a short while have the function of a pump. The description of these components does therefore not need to be repeated. Since the vibration pump is already in neutral position. This effect is caused by the rotating exciter shafts with the attached eccentric weights. the oil cannot pass through the pump.

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Control

The control is part of the pump and consists mainly of the 4/3-way solenoid valve, the control piston and
the swash plate with swashing lever.

If one of the two magnets is energized by actuating the frequency selector switch and the vibration
control switch, the 4/3 way solenoid valve is switched to open position. Pilot oil flows now to the
corresponding control piston side. The control piston slides to the corresponding direction and moves
the swash plate via the swashing lever. The pump delivers oil.

1
1

6
2 2

5

4

3

Fig. 6 Pump control

1 Solenoid valve 4 Neutral setting spring
2 Valve spool 5 Control piston
3 Setscrew for mechanical neutral position 6 Control chamber

The oil from the opposite control chamber flows through the 4/3-way valve as leak oil into the pump
housing.

When the 4/3-way valve is in neutral position, the pressure values in both control chambers are identical
(case pressure = max. 3 bar).

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Vibration motor

The vibration motor is a swash plate type axial piston motor with fixed displacement of series MMF 052
from Sauer-Danfoss. Since the motor can be subjected to pressure from both sides, it is most suitable
for the use in closed hydraulic circuits.

The output speed of the motor depends on the oil quantity supplied by the vibration pump.

2 3
4 5
1

6

8 7
9
10

Fig. 7 Cross-section of vibration motor

1 Flushing valve block
2 Flushing valve
3 Working pistons with slipper pads
4 Roller bearing for output shaft
5 Radial seal
6 Output shaft
7 swash plate
8 Retaining plate
9 Pre-tensioning spring
10 Flushing pressure relief valve

BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -F8-

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The output torque raises with increasing pressure difference between low and high pressure side in the
closed circuit.

Changing the flow direction of the oil will also change the sense of rotation of the vibration motor.

When switching the vibration on the motor must first start to move the resting vibration shaft. This
resistance causes a hydraulic starting pressure, which is limited by the pressure override to 385 bar.
Once the vibrator shaft has reached its final speed, the pressure will drop to a value between 100 and
150 bar (operating pressure). The value of the operating pressure mainly depends on the condition of
the ground (degree of compaction, material etc.).

• Hard ground = High operating pressure

• Loose ground = Low operating pressure

A MA

2

3 1

B MB

Fig. 8 Circuit diagram of vibration motor

1 Vibration motor
2 Flushing valve
3 Flushing pressure relief valve

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The vibration motor is equipped with an integrated flushing valve. When switching the vibration on a
pressure difference will appear between the two sides of the closed circuit. The higher pressure moves
the valve spool of the flushing valve against the neutral setting spring, so that oil can flow out of the low
pressure side.

1
A

2

B

Fig. 9 Flushing valve

1 Flushing spool
2 Flushing pressure relief valve

The flushing valve is fitted with a downstream 13 bar pressure relief valve. This valve ensures that only
a certain quantity of hydraulic oil is flushed out of the low pressure side.

This oil flows via a thermostat valve back to the hydraulic tank. The flushed out oil is immediately
replaced with fresh and filtered oil through the corresponding boost check valve.

BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 - F 10 -

Service Training Drum 8 9 10 11 *2) *8) *6) *1) *9) *3) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Fig. 10 Cross-section of drum 1 Drum shell 7 Coupling vibr.-motor – vibrator shaft 2 Vibration bearing 8 Travel bearing 3 Basic weight 9 Travel bearing shield 4 Change-over weight 10 Rubber buffer 5 Vibrator housing 11 Vibration motor 6 Exciter shaft BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .F 11 - .

F 12 - . 11 Assembly information to Fig 10 (footers) BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . Service Training Fig.

low 11 405 +/-5 bar amplitude 6 Solenoid valve. in wiring diagram Pos. vibration 11 . high amplitude Y07 11 12V / 0. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Pressure test port. high 11 405 +/-5 bar amplitude 5 High pressure relief valve.4 . vibration 11 .2A 7 Solenoid valve.A .4 . Service Training Test and adjustment points.F 13 - . low amplitude Y08 11 12V / 0.MF Starting pressure pressure low amplitude 330 -400 bar 2 Pressure test port.ME Starting pressure pressure high amplitude 330 -400 bar 3 Pressure override 11 380+/-5bar 4 High pressure relief valve. Designation Pos.B .1.1. vibration system Vibration pump 7 8 6 6 72 1 5 1 5 4 3 4 3 2 Pos.2A BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

. low amplitude 15 .L1 approx. in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 High pressure port. 2. Designation Pos. in wiring diagram Pos. Flushing quantity Trouble shooting BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .5 l. 12 Vibration motor Pos.B 3 Flushing valve 15 4 RPM-sensor B16 5 Leak and flushing oil 15 .A 2 High pressure port. high amplitude 15 . Service Training Vibration motor 5 3 1 1 2 2 4 3 Fig.F 14 - .

which may occur during operation of the machine. based on our latest field experience. Procedure: The following trouble shooting table contains both electrical as well as mechanical and hydraulic faults. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 . the fault table is based on the experience of the central service department. The number specified in the table indicate the probability of the fault cause and thereby the recommended trouble shooting sequence. i. however.e. the list covers almost all faults that have occurred in the past.F 15 - . The fault list is by no means complete. Service Training The display shows error codes A detailed description of how to read out the error codes and on the display can be found in chapter "Electrics" (Service Training "Electrics") The following trouble shooting chart contains a small selection of possible faults.

Verkabelung 1 Elektrik defekt / Verkabelung 2 2 Pumpenansteuerung (elektrisch / hydraulisch) 1 1 Druckabschneidung/ Hochdruckbegrenzung Vibrationspumpe 2 verschmutzt/verstellt/defekt Speisepumpe / Speisedruckbegrenzungsventil 2 verschmutzt/defekt Frequenzeinstellung Vibrationspumpe 2 Vibrationspumpe defekt 2 2 Kupplung zwischen Dieselmotor und Fahrpumpe defekt Erregerwellenlager defekt 3 Vibrationsmotorkupplung defekt 2 Vibrationsmotor defekt 2 1 Dieselmotor 1 1 1 Drehzahlsensor (Verkabelung) 1 1 1 Spülventil Vibmotor hängt 2 FEHLERSUCHE BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .F 16 - . Service Training Erregerwellendrehzahl nicht korrekt Keine Vibration (Speisedruck OK) Vibration nur in einer Amplitude FEHLERSUCHE VIBRATION BW 177DH-4 SYMPTOME MÖGLICHE URSACHEN Vibrationschalter (Amplitudenvorwahl) 1 1 Fahrhebel. Taster Vibration (an/aus).

When turning the steering wheel the distributor valve guides the oil flow to the piston or piston rod side of the steering cylinder. steering cylinder and pressure resistant connecting hoses. the complete oil supply will flow through the fine filter to the charge system for the closed travel circuits. A rating pump inside the steering unit measures the exact oil quantity corresponding with the turning angle of the steering wheel and delivers the oil to the steering cylinders. however. The steering system mainly consists of steering pump. The charge pressure must. 200 bar. This valve limits the steering pressure to 175 bar. 1 Steering hydraulics 1 Rating pump 2 Distributor valve 3 Steering pressure relief valve (∆p =175 bar) 4 Check valve (pre-loaded to 0. The actual steering pressure is therefore approx. be added to this value. steering valve. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G1- . If the steering is not operated. The steering unit is equipped with a pressure relief valve.5 bar) 5 Anti-cavitation valve 6 Shock valves (240 bar) 7 Steering cylinders The steering pump draws the hydraulic oil out of the hydraulic oil tank and delivers it to the steering valve and the connected steering unit under the dashboard of the machine. to charge system 1 7 6 5 3 2 4 from steering pump Fig. because the oil leaving the steering system enters the charge circuit. Service Training Steering Single drum rollers of series BW 177 / 179 DH-4 are equipped with a hydrostatically operated articulated steering system. The steering cylinders retract or extend and steer the machine.

The oil flow generated by the charge pump is joined together with the return flow from the steering valve before the hydraulic oil filter and flows through the filter to the charge ports on travel pump and vibration pump. Service Training Charge pump The charge pump for travel circuit and vibration works also as steering pump The pump is an external gear pump with fixed displacement. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G2- .

2 Steering pump 1 Housing 2 Flange 3 Shaft 4 Bearing plate 5 Bearing plate 6 Cover 7 Gear (driving) 8 Gear (driven) 9 Seals BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G3- . Service Training Steering pump The steering pump is a gear pump with fixed displacement. 9 9 6 1 7 9 3 8 2 4 5 Fig. It is driven by the auxiliary drive of the diesel engine. draws the hydraulic oil out of the hydraulic oil tank and pumps it through the steering valve to the steering cylinders or to the boost check valves for travel and vibration circuits.

This causes a vacuum in the suction line by which the hydraulic oil is drawn out of the tank. the inside wall of the housing and the faces of the bearing plates. For this purpose external gear pumps are fitted with gap seals. the bearing plate on the cover side is pressed against the faces of the gears by an axial pressure field. The displacement chambers are created between the tooth flanks. Drive gear and driven gear are positioned by a bearing plate in such a way. Service Training Working principle of the gear pumps The drive gear of the steering pump is connected with the auxiliary drive of the diesel engine via a coupling. This causes pressure dependent fluid losses from the pressure side to the suction side. The tooth chambers transport the fluid to the outlet of the pump from where it is pressed to the consumers. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G4- . When the pump is running the chambers transport hydraulic oil from the suction side to the pressure side. As a measure to ensure that these losses are reduced to a minimum. that the teeth of both gears mesh with minimum clearance when rotating. To ensure a safe function of the pump the tooth chambers must be so tightly sealed that the hydraulic fluid can be transported from the suction side to the pressure side without any losses. This pressure field is always under the actual system pressure.

pressure relief valve and shock valves. Service Training Steering valve The steering valve block consists mainly of distributor valve. The rating pump guides the oil flow back through the distribution valve to the corresponding side of the steering cylinder. This oil flow to the steering cylinders articulates the machine and causes a steering movement. 3 Cross-sectional view of steering valve 1 Neutral setting springs 2 Housing 3 Inner spool 4 Outer spool 5 Universal shaft 6 Ring gear 7 Gear 8 Check valve 9 Pressure relief valve When turning the steering wheel the distributor valve guides the oil flow from the pump to the rating pump. The rating pump measures the exact oil quantity according to the rotation angle of the steering wheel. 1 9 2 3 4 5 8 6 7 Fig. measuring pump. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G5- .

when driving over obstructions. and protect the system against overloads. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G6- . The valves compensate extreme pressure peaks which may occur. Service Training 240 bar ∆p = 175 bar 240 bar 0. The charge pressure value must be added to this pressure. In such a case the steering cylinders would act as pumps and press the oil back to the pump. because the oil leaving the steering system is fed into the charge circuit for the closed travel circuits. A check valve at the inlet of the steering unit makes sure that no oil will flow back to the pump in case of pressure peaks caused by sudden steering movements. Each of these shock valves is fitted with an additional anti-cavitation valve. 4 Steering valve. hydraulic diagram The high pressure relief valve in the steering unit limits the pressure in the steering system to 175 bar.g. These valves are adjusted to an opening pressure of 240 bar. If the shock valves respond these anti-cavitation valves protect the system against cavitation damage.5 bar Fig. e. The steering unit is fitted with so-called shock valves in each supply line to the steering cylinder.

5 Articulated joint BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G7- . This ensures that drum and wheels are at all times in contact with the ground. Service Training Articulated joint Front and rear frames of the single drum rollers BW 177 D-4 are connected by an oscillating articulated joint. Fig. even when driving extreme curves.

The steering cylinder anchor point is welded to the front console. even under extremely severe conditions. Service Training The rear console is tightly bolted to the rear frame. This articulates the machine and results in a steering movement. Notes on assembly: When assembling or repairing the articulated joint the correct pretension of the centre pin is of highest importance. Please follow the instructions in the repair manual for the articulated joint. The vertical bolts are mounted in friction bearings. The front console is connected with the rear console by two vertical bolts. This gives drum and wheels excellent ground contact. All bearings on the articulated joint are maintenance free and do not require any lubrication. The front console is fastened with screws to the rear cross-member of the front frame.12°. The piston rod swivels the front console around the vertical bolts. Test and adjustment points steering points BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G8- . When turning the steering wheel the steering cylinder will extend or retract. The use of rocker bearings between front and rear frame ensures that both frames can oscillate to each other for +/.

in hydraulic Measuring values diagram 1 Steering pump (and charge pump) 09 2 Steering pressure test port MB 200 +/-10 bar Trouble shooting BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 -G9- . Designation Pos. Service Training 5 3 4 1 2 2 Fig. in wiring diagram Pos. 6: Steering/charge pump Pos.

the list covers almost all faults that have occurred in the past. BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .G 10 - . the fault table is based on the experience of the central service department. Service Training The display shows error codes A detailed description of how to read out the error codes and on the display can be found in chapter "Electrics" (Service Training "Electrics") The following trouble shooting chart contains a small selection of possible faults. i.e. which may occur during operation of the machine. however. based on our latest field experience. The number specified in the table indicate the probability of the fault cause and thereby the recommended trouble shooting sequence. The fault list is by no means complete. Procedure: The following trouble shooting table contains both electrical as well as mechanical and hydraulic faults.

Service Training FEHLERSUCHE LENKUNG BW 177-DH-4 Endanschläge werden nicht erreicht Lenkung schwergängig Keine Lenkfunktion SYMPTOME MÖGLICHE URSACHEN Lenkorbitrol 2 2 1 Lenk.G 11 - .Speisepumpe 1 1 2 Lenkzylinder 3 3 3 Knickgelenk 3 3 2 FEHLERSUCHE BW 177 / 179 DH / PDH -4 .

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09) ________________________ 10 3.8 Elektronische Endanschläge des Lenkwinkelsensors einlernen (BVC) ____________________ 14 3.2 Was ist beim Austausch einer Fahrpumpe / Fahrmotor Achse / Fahrmotor Bandage zu tun? _ 16 4.6 Welche Komponenten können ohne anschließende Einstellprozedur getauscht werden? _____ 17 5 BESCHREIBUNG DER SIGNALE AN DER ESX STEUERUNG ___________ 18 6 BESCHREIBUNG DER SIGNALE AM DATENSAMMLER _______________ 23 7 BESCHREIBUNG DER SIGNALE AM FAHRHEBEL ___________________ 25 8 BESCHREIBUNG DER SIGNALE AM LC .7 Sprungströme der Lenkventile automatisch ermitteln (BVC)____________________________ 13 3.10 Gespeicherte Fehler anzeigen______________________________________________________ 15 3.3 Was ist beim Austausch eines Lenkventils (BVC) zu tun?_______________________________ 16 4.10.11 Alle gespeicherten Fehler löschen __________________________________________________ 15 4 WAS IST BEIM AUSTAUSCH VON KOMPONENTEN ZU TUN? __________ 16 4.1 Servicemodus Aufrufen ___________________________________________________________ 7 3.5 Fahrtrichtungssensor einlernen ____________________________________________________ 11 3.5 Was ist beim Austausch eines Achssensor vorne / hinten zu tun?_________________________ 16 4.Service training WZ-4 from version DH Table of contents 1 ÄNDERUNGSNACHWEIS _________________________________________ 4 2 AUSGEWÄHLTE FEHLERREAKTIONEN DER ESX STEUERUNG_________ 5 3 BESCHREIBUNG DER FEHLERANZEIGE IM LC DISPLAY ______________ 7 3.DISPLAY __________________ 27 Status: 19.3 Einstellen des Maschinentyps_______________________________________________________ 9 3.03_gb.1 Was ist beim Austausch einer ESX-Steuerung zu tun? _________________________________ 16 4.4 Ändern der Lenkeinheit bei BVC-4 Maschinen (ab Version 1.04 Page 2 of 46 Author: Seis / TE Dateiname: c:\dokume~1\nickb\lokale~1\temp\schulung elektrik wz4 v1.4 Was ist beim Austausch eines Lenkwinkelsensors zu tun? ______________________________ 16 4.9 Gegen die geschlossene Bremse fahren ______________________________________________ 15 3.2 Eingabecodes eingeben ____________________________________________________________ 7 3.doc .6 Sprungströme des Fahrantriebs automatisch ermitteln_________________________________ 11 3.

3 Fahrhebel / Fahren ______________________________________________________________ 39 11.2 Beschreibung der Fehlerreaktionen ________________________________________________ 30 10.04 Page 3 of 46 Author: Seis / TE Dateiname: c:\dokume~1\nickb\lokale~1\temp\schulung elektrik wz4 v1.03_gb.8 Maschinencode ändern ___________________________________________________________ 42 12 BEGRIFFLICHKEITEN IM ZUSAMMENHANG MIT DER ESX___________ 43 Status: 19.1 Übersicht ______________________________________________________________________ 29 10.4 Lenken ________________________________________________________________________ 41 11.doc .Service training WZ-4 from version DH 9 BESCHREIBUNG DER SIGNALE AN DEM DIOS MODUL (NUR BEI OPTION ANBAUPLATTEN) _________________________________________________ 28 10 FEHLERCODES DER ESX STEUERUNG __________________________ 29 10.7 Hydraulik______________________________________________________________________ 42 11.1 Allgemein ______________________________________________________________________ 38 11.5 Vibration ______________________________________________________________________ 42 11.3 Detaillierte Beschreibung der Fehlercodes und möglicher Ursachen ______________________ 31 11 EINGABECODES FÜR ESX STEUERUNG _________________________ 38 11.2 Bremse ________________________________________________________________________ 38 11.10.6 Motor _________________________________________________________________________ 42 11.

03_gb.02 Seis Ver. teach functions Fondel 3 11.00 Werner 2 06. Date Description of changes resp. ⇒ Known faults Fondel ⇒ Fault .04.01 Seis 4 24.2004 Creation of version 1.03 02.05.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 1 List of changes No.2004 Revision.09.codes revised ⇒ Deactivation of electric steering on BVC machines ⇒ How to proceed when replacing components? Status: 19. supplement to version 1.06.2004 Revision.10.2004 ⇒ Jump currents travel drive teach function changed Schroeder. 1 23. Date Description of changes resp.04 Page 4 of 46 Author: Seis / TE Dateiname: c:\dokume~1\nickb\lokale~1\temp\schulung elektrik wz4 v1.05. supplements to version 1.2004 Revision.doc . 1.

Service training WZ-4 from version DH 2 Selected fault reactions of the ESX control Reaktion Symbol in fault Warning Warning Engine stop message display Signal Code output Code output Code output without buzzer with buzzer with buzzer Engine oil pressure (from EMR) 5100 5101 5112 5112 1) 2) after 10s Coolant temperature (from EMR) 5100 5101 5116 5116 1) 2) after 15s Coolant level 5024 5025 after 5s after 10s Engine air filter 5026 5027 after 5s after 2min 3) Charge control light Pre-heating of engine Brake ASC Different fault causes and reaction times.03_gb. See fault codes Hydraulic oil filter 5502 5503 after 5s after 2min Water separator on fuel filter 5028 5029 after 5s after 2min Theft warning system (Option) Seat contact (Option) Fault in air conditioning (Option) 1) 3) After reaching the warning limit! Shut-down currently deactivated by parameter 2) After reaching the shut-down limit! Status: 19.10.04 Page 5 of 46 Author: Seis / TE Dateiname: c:\dokume~1\nickb\lokale~1\temp\schulung elektrik wz4 v1.doc .

the ESX control is not able to detect all faults.03_gb.doc .04 Page 6 of 46 Author: Seis / TE Dateiname: c:\dokume~1\nickb\lokale~1\temp\schulung elektrik wz4 v1. no voltage PIN in display plug X 28 bent Status: 19. which mostly have a different cause to the one described in this documentation.10.Service training WZ-4 from version DH Known faults Despite the fault monitoring of inputs and outputs on the ESX control. The following list contains a selection of known fault reactions of the control. Effect: Cause: Display stay dark.

which remains in service mode and shows the previously requested operation values.. If the travel lever is shifted out of brake lock position in service mode. Navigation in input and service mode is accomplished via the green and blue buttons on the front of the travel lever. When pressing the right hand blue navigation key again after entering the last digit. which were previously visualized by means of a 3-digit fault code display. 3. the "Spanner" symbol will be displayed and the first input digit flashes again. This is accomplished by the two yellow information buttons "INFO 1" and "INFO 2" on the back of the travel lever. or by switching off the ignition. If the access code has been entered correctly. all machine function will become active again. Negative values are marked with a "minus sign". By transferring input codes to the control (as described above) individual operating states of the machine can be interrogated. 3 seconds.2 Entering input codes The input mode starts with flashing of the left hand digit. Werte ändern Navigieren INFO 1 Taste (grün) (blau) (gelb) INFO 2 Taste (gelb) Werte ändern (grün) Navigieren (blau) To activate the input mode the travel lever must be engaged in the brake lock! Input mode is activated by simultaneous pressing of both INFO – buttons over a period of approx.Display. The service mode can be terminated by entering the code "0 0 0 0 ". If several faults are detected.10. Display values are permanently displayed. the code will be transferred to the control.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 7 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3 Description of fault display in the LC Display Apart from its normal display function the LC Display is also able to show fault codes. The following description deals with the operation of the LC-Display via the travel lever buttons. The green buttons are used to increase or reduce the values of the individual digits. the displayed fault codes will change in a 3 second cycle. When pressing both INFO buttons over a period of approx. except the reading in the LC. 3. Existing faults and warnings are displayed by flashing. Pressing one of the blue buttons brings you to the next digit (left or right)..1 Calling up the service mode For this purpose the display must be switched over to service mode via the input mode. At this point you have the possibility to change into service mode by entering 9 9 9 9 . 3 seconds a new input code can be entered. whereby values from 0 0 0 0 . Status: 19.9 9 9 9 are possible.

Taste 1 und INFO .Taste 2 „Eingabe“ .04 Functions of the ESX control Page 8 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .Eingabe „0000" oder Eingabe Diagnosecodes Zündung aus Fehlerspeicher abrufen / löschen Maschinentypen umstellen Plattenverstellung inaktiv! Fahrhebel aus Bremsraste: Diagnosemodus im Vordergrund aktiv! Status: 19.10. „Service“. INFO 1 + Eingabe INFO 2 ca.Modus: CODE . 3s Zugangangscode oder Fahrhebel 9999 aus Bremsr.Service training WZ-4 from version DH Normalmodus (Fahrhebel in Bremsraste!) Aufruf optionaler Anzeigen über INFO . 3s Plattenverstellung inaktiv! Bet.Modus: Umschaltung Displayfunktion Einstellungen Display Betätigen INFO 1 + INFO 2 ca.

This type adjustment is absolutely necessary.3 Adjusting the machine type Since the same control is used for all single drum rollers of series DH-4 with electronically controlled engines (EPA II). The following machine types can be set: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 72XX 0 Default BW 177 BW 177 BW 179 BW 179 BW 213 BW 213 BW 213 BW 213 BW 216 DH DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 (dozer USA USA blade) 1 BW 216 BW 219 BW 219 BW 226 BW 226 BW 226 BW 226 DH PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 DH-4 PDH-4 147kW 147kW 174kW 174kW 2 DH 3 DH 4 DH 5 BW 177 BW 213 BW 213 BW 226 BW 226 BVC DH-4 DH-4 DH-4 DH-4 DH-4 BVC BVC BVC w. BVC BVC plates 147 kW 174 kW 6 BVC 7 BVC 8 BVC 9 BVC EXAMPLE: Machine code for BW 219 PDH-4: 7212 Note: Parameter adjustments can only be performed when the engine is not running.g. This work must be carried out during first time commissioning as well as in case of a spare parts installation. Note: This function can only be activated / deactivated when the travel lever is in brake ! Input mode) lock position. For simple checking the currently set machine type is displayed for approx.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3. 3 seconds on the display module of the central electrics when switching the ignition on. (! The following method must be used for initial start-up of a control: Status: 19.10.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 9 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . because the machines have e. The machine type can also be checked by entering code 0720 . it is necessary to adjust the machine type after installing a new control. wheel and axle drive motors or different tire sizes and therefore different rolling speeds or are equipped with extension plates or other attachments.

The new parameters are loaded according to the newly set machine type. After switching on the inscription C O D E is automatically displayed for approx. Hydraulic steering 2062 Electric steering 2061 • The display shows O K Attention: The steering unit can only be changed when the engine is not running! Status: 19. e. • Enter code number 2 0 6 0 . This code number activates the function "Adjusting steering unit“. • Enter code number 9999 (activation of service mode). It solely serves the purpose of commissioning. 7 seconds the set machine type code. • Select the machine code from the table above and confirm with the arrow to right key. This code number activates the function "Adjusting machine type“. • After approx. e. • Enter code number 7 0 1 0 . This does not allow driving or steering the machine. 7 seconds the set machine type code.4 Changing the steering unit on BVC-4 machines (from version 1. • This is followed by the normal display reading. Pressing the arrow to right key automatically switches the control off and on again. 3 seconds. After this the code 7200 appears in the display. 7 2 1 2 is displayed for approx.g.09) By standard all BVC-4 machines (code 72xx) are equipped with electric steering. Attention: A machine must not be operated with a wrong type adjustment. 3. Do not switch the ignition off during this time! • Then switch the ignition off and on again to accept the configuration. • After approx. Do not switch the ignition off during this time! • Then switch the ignition off and on again to accept the configuration. • Enter code number 9 9 9 9 (activation of service mode). The display module now permanently shows the code 7 2 0 0 . The following applies for correcting the machine type code is a code is already set. the electric steering must be deactivated as follows. • Confirm the selection by pressing the arrow right key. 3 seconds. • This is followed by the normal display reading.Service training WZ-4 from version DH • Control was installed in the machine. • Switch on the machine. • The following code numbers are available to activate the installed steering unit. 3 seconds. If the option "hydraulic steering" is selected. because in such a case the correct function of the control cannot be assured! New controls are delivered with a default machine type setting 7 2 0 0 .10.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 10 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .g. 7 2 1 2 is displayed for approx. The new parameters are loaded according to the newly set machine type. • Use the arrow up or down keys to select the correct machine code from the listed codes.

. Before the measurement you should strictly make sure that the machine is parked on level ground and has a sufficient distance for movement to front and back. 3. after a service during which the control on a steering valve or the complete steering valve has been replaced and after the replacement of the ESX-control. This code number must be entered before the following steps can be performed. 1 km/h. starting from 250 mA. It must be strictly assured that the speed sensor (in front right hand hydraulic motor) is working correctly. The surge currents are automatically determined after entering a code number.09! For a sensitive and exact travel function the surge currents in the travel system must be determined for both travel directions. This code can be used to display the number path pulses from the speed sensor. Otherwise no fault code is displayed. should one of these error messages still be displayed after this measure. Use the following procedure.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 11 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . This surge current is automatically stored and is valid from the next start of the machine.10. the display now shows the value 0 0 0 0 with the first zero flashing. The displayed value must change when the machine is driven.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3. until the speedometer shows a reading of approx. the surge current is reached. • Then enter 1 0 9 0 . If a considerable drum movement is measured during the waiting time. The surge currents must only be determined during initial commissioning in the factory. The travel direction detection has now been automatically set. From this point the machine can Status: 19.6 Automatic detection of surge currents in the travel system This function sequence is only valid from software version 1. The final surge current is the mean value of these three measurements. The measurement is identical for both travel directions: After entering the respective code number the current is increased by the control solenoid on the travel pump in steps of 5 mA. This code number activates the function "Automatic detection of surge currents". (See also: „Resetting the surge currents in the travel system”) Attention! During the measurement the machine will move when the surge current is reached! Do not leave the machine while the measurement is progressing! During the measurement keep an eye on your environment! To stop the machine reset the travel lever to neutral position! The automatic measurement of the travel system surge currents is performed as follows: • The switch for rotary speed preselection must be set to ECO • If necessary enter code number 9 9 9 9 to enter into service mode. If this value does not change even though the machine is moving. one machine length.5 Teaching the travel direction sensor Teaching of the travel direction sensor is required for first commissioning or after replacing a travel motor. After each current increase the system waits for 3 seconds. there must be a sensor fault present. For a function test enter code number 1 1 0 6 at the display module. fault code 1106 or/and 1116 is displayed. the measurement must not be performed! The state of the speed sensor must first be corrected. so that no electric meter is required. In order to enhance the measuring result this measurement is performed three times. because the machine will move to the respective direction when performing the measurement. • If one of the two travel direction sensors detects an opposed direction after the machine has travelled approx. as otherwise the movement of the drum will not be detected. However. Attention! Set the machine to input mode first (code 9 9 9 9 ). • Turn the travel stage switch to "MAX" • Slowly displace the travel lever.

ATTENTION: During the teach process the ASC-lamp will come on. • Once the measurement of the surge current in forward is finished. Status: 19.07 and 1. • Both measurements (forward/reverse) must be started by entering a code number. • The travel lever must now be returned to brake position. • Teaching must be performed for both travel directions. this will also start the measurement for the surge current in forward. • After both surge currents have been measured the machine can again be driven with the travel lever. The code numbers for both travel directions are: Determine surge current for control forward 1 0 9 1 Determine surge current for control reverse 1 0 9 2 • After entering one of the above code numbers the measurement of the surge current will only start after moving the travel lever to the respective travel direction. • Then enter 1 0 9 0 . This code number activates the function "Automatic detection of surge currents". Now the machine can be operated again by the travel lever. • Once both jump currents have been learned correctly and the travel lever is back in "brake position". With software versions 1. This code number must be entered before the next steps are possible.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 12 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .10. The code number for teaching the travel direction is as follows: Determination of surge currents 1 0 9 1 • After entering the above code number the display will show " F O R E". • When returning the travel lever to neutral after the two measurements. • After this wait time the display will show the reading "B A C K".Service training WZ-4 from version DH no longer be operated with the travel lever! The travel lever will only be in function again after the steering function has been ended or the engine has been restarted. The new surge current values for the travel system are valid from the next start. In this case this is without any meaning. • The teach function can at any point be aborted by simply pressing the emergency stop button or via the ignition switch. • Once this measurement is finished the display will show O K again. • During the measurement the actual current is displayed (display value = current in mA). the display will show O K for 5 seconds. O K is displayed for 3 seconds and the determined values will be memorized. • During the measurement the actual current is displayed (display value = current in mA). • During the measurement the actual current is displayed (display value = current in mA). The travel lever is now moved backward. the display now shows the value 0 0 0 0 with the first zero flashing. The new surge current values for the travel system are valid from the next start. • The teach function can at any point be aborted by simply pressing the emergency stop button or via the ignition switch.08 use the following procedure: The automatic measurement of the travel system surge currents is performed as follows: • The seat must be adjusted for travel direction forward! • The switch for rotary speed preselection must be set to ECO • If necessary enter code number 9 9 9 9 to enter into service mode. the display will show the message "D O N E". this will start the surge current measurement in reverse. the values are saved and the function is finished. The travel lever must now be actuated forward. Restarting the machine eliminates the warning. From this point the machine can no longer be operated with the travel lever! The travel lever will only be in function again after the steering function has been ended or the engine has been restarted. • The measurement (forward/reverse) must be started by entering a code number.

after a service during which the control on a steering valve or the complete steering valve has been replaced and after the replacement of the ESX-control. • Now you must enter code number 2 0 0 1 . After each increasing step the system waits for 2 seconds. • During the measurement the actual current is displayed (display value in mA). because an air cushion in the steering cylinders would have a negative effect on the measurement and therefore on the steering performance of the machine. The surge currents are automatically adjusted after entering a code number. Note: During the measurement the machine should be parked on level ground. Status: 19. the display now shows the value 0 0 0 0 with the first zero flashing. the surge current is reached. Sufficient bleeding is achieved by performing a few quick steering movements at full engine speed. For all other machine types the same procedure is used. Before the measurement you must strictly make sure that the steering system is „bled“. The measuring procedure is identical for both solenoids: Example BW 177 BVC: After entering the respective code numbers the current is increased by the control solenoid in steps of 5 mA. • Travel lever in neutral position (brake must be relieved!) • Enter code number 2 0 0 0 . starting from 650 mA. This surge current is automatically stored and is valid from the next start of the machine. • After entering o0ne of the above mentioned code numbers the measurement of the surge current will start immediately. This code number activates the function "Automatic detection of surge currents on steering valves". so that no electric meter is required.. In order to enhance the measuring result this measurement is performed three times.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3. • Attention! During the measurement the drum cannot be used for steering ! The steering wheel has no effect.7 Automatic detection of surge currents on steering valves (BVC) Attention: Does not apply for BVC machines with the optional hydraulic steering To enable a sensitive and exact function of the steering the surge currents of the two control solenoids and both steering valves must be measured.10.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 13 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . currents and times will vary. Before the measurement both drums should be steered to straight ahead position. after this the code number 0000 is displayed again with the first digit flashing and the next measurement can be started. The surge currents must only be adjusted during initial commissioning in the factory. • During the measurement the machine should not be driven ! • Once the measurement is completed the display value OK will appear for 3 seconds. • The new surge current values are valid from the next start. The automatic measurement of the steering valve surge currents is performed as follows: • The engine must be operated in ECO mode! • Enter code number 9 9 9 9 to enter into service mode. • The drum is thereby first steered to the right and then to the left. If a change in drum angle is measured after the waiting time. The final surge current is the mean value of these three measurements. however.

Then shift the travel lever to brake position and enter code number 2 0 1 2 .300. • Enter code number 2 0 1 0 to activate the mode for "teaching the steering stops". Status: 19. Upon acceptance the value 3 3 3 3 is displayed for a moment... a clearly defined safety distance to the end stops must be determined. Upon acceptance the value 2 2 2 2 is displayed for a moment. left). The displayed value should be in the range of 100.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 14 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . • To exit this mode shut down the machine or enter code 2 0 1 1 . The displayed value should be in the range of 700.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3. until the mechanical end stop is reached. • Shift the travel lever to neutral position (no brake function.900. to relieve the machine).8 Teaching the electronic end stops of the steering angle sensor (BVC) Attention: Does not apply for BVC machines with the optional hydraulic steering! Do prevent the steering from running against the mechanical end stops of the steering cylinder. The display now shows the standardized steering position (0. The display now shows the standardized steering position (0. the steering angle sensor on the articulated joint needs to be adjusted. to relieve the machine). Causes for faults (code 9 9 9 9 ) : If the standardized values are not within the specified ranges..10.1000 → right .. left). • Enter code number 9 9 9 9 to enter into service mode. • Shift the travel lever to neutral position (no brake function. • Now turn the electronic steering wheel clockwise.. In case of a fault the reading is 9 9 9 9 (see below). Then shift the travel lever to brake position and enter code number 2 0 1 3 .1000 → right . • Now turn the electronic steering wheel anti-clockwise. In case of a fault the reading is 9 9 9 9 (see below). until the mechanical end stop is reached....

10.. In order to terminate this function and release the brake you must either enter code number 0 5 0 1 or switch the ignition off. If several faults are stored.10! Execute the function „Delete all stored faults“: • The engine must not be running! • Enter code number 0 7 1 0 . Note: This function can only be activated / deactivated when the travel lever is in brake lock position.. (! Input mode) 3. This code number enables the function „Show stored faults“.9 Driving against the closed brake After entering code number 0 5 0 0 the brake is no longer released. Note: This function can only be activated / deactivated when the travel lever is in brake lock ! Input mode) position. Note: This function can only be activated / deactivated when the travel lever is in brake lock ! Input mode) position. When disengaging the travel lever out of brake lock position and shifting it to one of the travel directions. The faults stored in the ESX are displayed in flashing mode.10 Showing stored faults This function sequence is only valid from software version 1. After this a new code number can be entered..04 Functions of the ESX control Page 15 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . the travel pumps will be actuated in accordance with the selected travel direction.. After entering the code number 0 5 0 1 the function is terminated and the confirmation OK appears for 5 seconds. the first fault will appear again. The brake control light in the LC-Display remains active.11 Deleting all stored faults This function sequence is only valid from software version 1. This code number disables the function „Show stored faults“. Note: The stored faults can only be deleted when the engine is not running. All stored function are now deleted.10! Switch on function „Show stored faults“: • Enter code number 0 7 0 0 . (! 3. • Switch the ignition off and on again. At the same time a warning (fault code 0 5 0 0 ) appears on the display and the warning buzzer is triggered. Note: Apart from the stored faults the current faults are also displayed. (! Status: 19." Switch off function „Show stored faults“: • Enter code number 0 7 0 1 . After the last fault has been displayed. these are successively displayed in cycles of 3 second. If no faults are stored in the ESX the display will show ".Service training WZ-4 from version DH 3. in order to keep the operator informed about the condition.

• Electric pre-adjustment (see commissioning instructions chapter 3) • Engine start. teaching of travel drive and steering (see commissioning instructions chapter 4) • Inspection of display and shut-down functions (see commissioning instructions chapter 5) • Inspection of seat contact circuitry (see commissioning instructions chapter 6) • Inspection of travel ranges and vibration (see commissioning instructions chapter 7) • Inspection of ASC function DH-single drum rollers (see commissioning instructions chapter 8) 4.4 How to proceed when replacing a steering angle transducer? • Teaching electric end positions of the steering angle sensors (see chapter 3.3 How to proceed when replacing a steering valve (BVC)? • Automatic detection of surge currents of the steering valve (BVC) (see chapter 3. e. heating flange inspection.5 How to proceed when replacing an front / rear axle sensor? • Teaching the travel direction sensor Status: 19.2 How to proceed when replacing a travel pump / axle drive motor / drum drive motor? • Automatic detection of surge currents in the travel system (see chapter 3.6 Fehler! Es wurde kein Textmarkenname vergeben.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 16 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . Background of these adjustment procedures are the tolerances of the components used.) 4. All that is needed is this manual and a bit of time.10.g. with almost any previous knowledge. proportional valves for steering. steering angle sensors and ESX control. each teaching procedure must be performed with the new control after a replacement.1 How to proceed when replacing an ESX control? Since the control stores all teach values of the machine. At the first glance it seems to be at bit awkward to perform this adjustment on every machine. hydraulic pump for travel system.) 4. By following the described procedure it is possible to take a machine back into operation after the replacement of one of the components specified above and to re-establish the usual functional quality.8) 4. To enable simple and quick adjustment procedures we have decided to do without expensive tools. Even an incorrectly or incompletely conducted teaching procedure can be repeated without problems as often as necessary.6 Fehler! Es wurde kein Textmarkenname vergeben. 4. but this procedure enables the operation of all machines with the same operating software. This adjustment or teaching process is necessary to make sure that the travel and steering functions are almost identical on all machines.7 Fehler! Es wurde kein Textmarkenname vergeben.)! When changing the machine type all previously made adjustments will be lost! Now you must follow the commissioning instructions. At the end of the day this considerably increases the spare parts availability.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 4 How to proceed when replacing components? Each machine is individually adjusted during initial start-up. Attention: Before performing one of the following steps you must first adjust the respective machine type (see chapt 3. These tolerances apply for both mechanical as well as electrical functions and are unavoidable for manufacturing reasons.

10.6 Which components can be replaced without a subsequent adjustment procedure? • Display • Data collector • Joystick • Electric steering wheel • Diesel engine • All switches in the dashboard • Vibration motor • Vibration pump Note: A final function test of the complete machine is highly recommended.Service training WZ-4 from version DH 4. Status: 19.04 Functions of the ESX control Page 17 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .

XX Hz X35:13 Not used --- X35:14 Not used --- Status: 19. low amplitude " 0V X35:3 Output warning buzzer Warning buzzer active "approx. ESX terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) X35:1 AGND = Analogue ground: Ground potential for sensors (steering approx.. it refers to the current battery voltage under due consideration of voltage drops in the lines. 2.XX Hz Machine type: XX m/min "approx. i. not used for normal operation.. Measurement not possible! X35:6 Not used --- X35:7 Not used --- X35:8 Not used --- X35:9 Not used --- X35:10 Not used --- X35:11 Not used --- X35:12 Input axle speed Signal changes between approx. high amplitude "approx. 0 V measured against ground (terminal 31) angle sensor.12 V Digital output (max. steering unit etc.04 Description of signals on the ESX control Page 18 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . 2.7. i.e.5 A) Warning buzzer inactive " 0V X35:4 Interface RS 232 RxD. Measurement not possible! X35:5 Interface RS 232 TxD.XX Hz XX m/min "approx. when machine is driving.) X35:2 Output amplitude changeover active.e. not used for normal operation.XX Hz Machine type: XX m/min "approx. 0V and 12V.XX Hz XX m/min "approx.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the ESX control 5 Description of the signals on the ESX-control Notes: Wherever the value of 24 V is mentioned in the following text. Frequency input (0..12 V Digital output (max.XX Hz XX m/min "approx.5 A) inactive.10.5kHz) Frequency with travel speed m/min Machine type: XX m/min "approx.

X35:29 Input steering angle sensor Position steering angle sensor (measured against AGND) Analogue input / voltage input 0. the data collector... when steering wheel is Digital input active high turned. Frequency depends on speed of rotation X35:19 Input steering sensor (S1/B) Signal changes between approx.. override mode (emergency function).00 V Status: 19. the LC-Display and the BOP. 2.2 V This signal must be present.0. the LC-Display and the BOP.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the ESX control ESX terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) X35:15 Input seat contact switch Seat occupied " 0V Digital input active high Seat not occupied " ?V X35:16 Not used --- X35:17 Input BTS brake (from travel lever) Release brake "approx. MEASUREMENT NOT POSSIBLE! X35:28 Input potential terminal 15 Control switched on "approx.0 A Vibration pump not active " 0A X35:23 Voltage supply for sensors Nominal voltage = 8. 4 A) Steering left inactive " 0A X35:21 Output steering right Steering right active " 0.. Permissible range: approx.35 V Without this voltage the control cannot work correctly and will switch to This voltage must be measured against AGND.1.65.9. X35:24 Output Backup alarm Backup alarm inactive " 0V Digital output (max. 0V and 12V.5 A) Backup alarm active "approx. MEASUREMENT NOT POSSIBLE! X35:27 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire +.4.12 V Digital input active high Control switched off "approx.2 A PWM digital output (max.50.8. 0V and 12V.5 V right hand stop " 0.2 A PWM digital output (max. 4 A) Steering right inactive " 0A X35:22 Output vibration pump for extension plate permissible current range: approx.04 Description of signals on the ESX control Page 19 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . 7.4. the data collector. is used for communication with the MESX.5 V This output supplies steering angle sensor and steering unit.12 V Digital input active high Apply brake " 0V X35:18 Input steering sensor (S1/A) Signal changes between approx.1. 4 A) Vibration pump active " 0.. Frequency depends on speed of rotation X35:20 Output steering left Steering left active " 0. is used for communication with the MESX. when steering wheel is Digital input active high turned...0. so that the control can work.6 A PWM current output (max.12 V X35:25 Not used --- X35:26 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire -.10. 0.1.2.

49 V Neutral position " 2..0kHz) Machine type: Vib.20 mA travel pump X35:32 Not used --- X35:33 Interface CAN-Bus 2 Wire -.XX Hz XX m/min "approx. frequency XX Hz "approx.70 V X35:30 Input longitudinal inclination of machine Inclination of machine (measured against AGND) Analogue input / voltage input 0.8.XX Hz XX m/min "approx.2.12 V (currently not used) Sense of rotation reverse "approx.50 V maximum down " 2.51.5kHz) Frequency with travel speed m/min Machine type: XX m/min "approx.XX Hz Vib.5 V -45° axle at top " 0.XX Hz Machine type: Vib.04 Description of signals on the ESX control Page 20 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE . frequency XX Hz "approx.XX Hz X35:35 Input vibration motor Frequency at vibration frequency in Hz Frequency input (0. 0V and 12V.XX Hz Machine type: XX m/min "approx. Frequency input (0. frequency XX Hz "approx.50.XX Hz Vib. when machine is driving.4 mA Analogue input (current input 4mA.XX Hz Machine type: XX m/min "approx... V left hand stop " 6. frequency XX Hz "approx.4..Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the ESX control ESX terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) straight ahead / neutral / middle " . MEASUREMENT NOT POSSIBLE! X35:34 Input drum speed Signal changes between approx..8...50 V X35:31 Input hydraulic pressure travel pump circuit 0 bar " approx.XX Hz Machine type: Vib.20mA) from pressure sensor on 600 bar " approx..2. is used for communication with travel lever and engine EMR.80...XX Hz Vib. frequency XX Hz "approx..2 V Status: 19..10. frequency XX Hz "approx.XX Hz X35:36 Input vibration motor sense of rotation Sense of rotation forward "approx.XX Hz XX m/min "approx.7.

0. 4 A) Axle motor active " 0.6 A PWM current output (max.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the ESX control ESX terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) Digital input active high X35:37 Input drum sense of rotation Sense of rotation forward "approx.0. 4 A) Axle motor active " 0..0.10...2.2 V X35:38 Input axle sense of rotation Sense of rotation forward "approx. 0.12 V Digital input active high Sense of rotation reverse "approx. 4 A) Drum drive motor active " 0.12 V Digital input active high Sense of rotation reverse "approx.2.6 A PWM current output (max...0 A Axle motor not active " 0A X35:49 Output travel pump forward Travel forward active " 0.0 A Drum drive motor not active " 0A X35:47 Output axle drive motor permissible current range: approx.2 V X35:39 Not used --- X35:40 Input steering sensor (S2/A) Signal changes between approx.6 A PWM current output (max.2. 0.2. 0.0 A Axle motor not active " 0A X35:48 Output vibration pump permissible current range: approx..80 mA Travel forward inactive " 0 mA X35:50 Not used --- X35:51 Not used --- X35:52 Not used --- Status: 19. 0V and 12V.. when steering wheel is Digital input active high turned. 4 A) Travel forward inactive " 0A Sauer components with EDC Travel forward active " 18.0.04 Description of signals on the ESX control Page 21 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE ..0. 0V and 12V. Frequency depends on speed of rotation X35:41 Input steering sensor (S2/B) Signal changes between approx.0 A PWM current output (max.0.12 V Emergency steering inactive " 0V X35:43 Not used --- X35:44 Not used --- X35:45 Not used --- X35:46 Output drum drive motor permissible current range: approx. Frequency depends on speed of rotation X35:42 Output emergency steering Emergency steering active "approx.0. when steering wheel is Digital input active high turned.

is used for communication with travel lever and engine EMR.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the ESX control ESX terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) X35:53 Interface CAN-Bus 2 Wire +. 4 A) Close brake " 0V X35:62 Output blower coupling stage 2 (currently not used) Active "approx.12 V Digital output (max.0.12 V Digital output (max. 12 V (measured against ground) X35:61 Output brake Open brake "approx. 12 V (measured against ground) X35:60 Voltage supply for outputs (permanent voltage) approx.80 mA Travel forward inactive " 0 mA X35:65 Test connection Baby Boards approx. 0 V X35:66 Test connection Baby Boards approx. 4 A) Inactive " 0V X35:64 Output travel pumps reverse Travel forward active " 0.0 A PWM current output (max.. 4 A) Travel forward inactive " 0A Sauer components with EDC Travel forward active " 18. 12 V (measured against ground) X35:59 Voltage supply for outputs (permanent voltage) approx.2.10.12 V Digital output (max. 4 A) Inactive " 0V X35:63 Output blower coupling stage 3 (currently not used) Active "approx. 12 V (measured against ground) X35:58 Voltage supply for outputs (permanent voltage) approx. 0 V X35:68 Test connection Baby Boards approx. 0 V X35:67 Test connection Baby Boards approx.12 V Control not running " 0V X35:55 Ground connection electronics 0 V (measured against ground) X35:56 Voltage supply for outputs (permanent voltage) approx.04 Description of signals on the ESX control Page 22 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .. 0 V Status: 19. 12 V (measured against ground) X35:57 Voltage supply for outputs (permanent voltage) approx. MEASUREMENT NOT POSSIBLE! X35:54 Voltage supply for electronics (permanent voltage) Control running "approx.

12 V Status: 19.12 V Digital input active high Direction indicator left active " 0V X26:2 Input direction indicator left Direction indicator left active "approx.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the data collector 6 Description of signals on the data collector Notes: Wherever the value of 12 V is mentioned in the following text it refers to the current battery voltage under due consideration of voltage drops in the lines.K. "approx. PIN data Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) collector X26:1 Input direction indicator right Direction indicator right active "approx.12 V Digital input active high Direction indicator left active " 0V X26:3 Input engine running (D+) Engine running "approx.12 V Digital input active high Illumination off " 0V X26:10 Input coolant level Coolant level too low " 0V Digital input active low Coolant level sufficient " ?V X26:11 Not used --- X26:12 Ground connection 0V (measured against ground) X27:1 Not used X27:2 Input fuel level The voltage signals change with the fuel level in the diesel tank Analog input Fuel tank empty " ?? V Fuel tank full " ?? V X27:3 Not used --- X27:4 Voltage supply for monitoring of the water separation (PIN X27:9) Voltage supply O.12 V Digital input active high Air conditioning off " 0V X26:8 Input engine air filter Filter clogged " 0V Digital input active low Filter OK " ?V X26:9 Input background illumination Illumination on "approx.04 Description of signals on the data collector Page 23 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .12 V Digital input active high Engine not running " 0V X26:4 Not used --- X26:5 Input differential pressure hydraulic oil filter Filter clogged " 0V Digital input active low Filter OK " ?V X26:6 Not used --- X26:7 Input air conditioning Air conditioning on "approx.10.

X27:8 Voltage supply (permanent voltage) Control running "approx. the ESX. the ESX. the LC-Display and the BOP.04 Description of signals on the data collector Page 24 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .03mA X27:10 Not used --- X27:11 Not used --- X27:12 Not used --- Status: 19.10. the LC-Display and the BOP. X27:7 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire -. is used for communication with the Measurement not possible! MESX. This current is evaluated in this input. is used for communication with the Measurement not possible! MESX.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the data collector PIN data Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) collector No voltage supply " 0V X27:5 Ground connection 0V (measured against ground) X27:6 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire +.12 V Control not running " 0V X27:9 Input water separation If a sufficient amount of water has been separated a low current flows Current input through the contacts and the water in the separator bowl. No water separated " I= 0A Water separated " I∗ 0.

04 Description of signals on the travel lever Page 25 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .12 V Status: 19. is used for communication with the ESX Measurement not possible! and the engine EMR.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the travel lever 7 Description of signals on the travel lever Notes: Wherever the value of 12 V is mentioned in the following text it refers to the current battery voltage under due consideration of voltage drops in the lines.2 V this voltage no additional analogue switches can be connected to the This voltage must be measured against AGND. travel lever and evaluated.8. 0 V measured against ground (terminal 31) evaluation Relation to PIN X23:5 X23:9 Node address addressing 1 Connection to machine ground (0V) X23:10 Node address addressing 2 Connection to machine ground (0V) X23:11 Input travel speed range switch The voltage signal changes with the adjusted travel range Analog input Travel stage min. 4. " ?? V Travel stage max.. PIN Travel Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) lever X23:1 Voltage supply (permanent voltage) Electronics working "approx. 4 A) X23:5 Output voltage supply for additional analog evaluations Nominal voltage = approx. Without Permissible range: approx. 5. " ?? V X23:12 Not used --- X24:1 Not used --- X24:2 Input high amplitude High amplitude active "approx. 4 A) Brake closing " 0V X23:4 Output BTS (not used) Digital output (max.12 V Electronics not working " 0V X23:2 Ground connection 0V (measured against ground) X23:3 Output BTS brake Brake opens "approx. X23:6 Interface CAN-Bus 2 Wire +. X23:8 AGND = Analogue ground: Ground potential for additional analog approx.0 V This output supplies the 24-stage travel speed range switch. is used for communication with the ESX Measurement not possible! and the engine EMR.5.12 V Digital output (max. X23:7 Interface CAN-Bus 2 Wire -.10.

displays etc. Without this Voltage supply inactive " 0V voltage no additional digital switches can be connected to the travel lever and evaluated. X24:8 Output voltage supply ground potential 0V (measured against ground) This output in connection with PIN X24:7 enables the control of additional components (relay.04 Description of signals on the travel lever Page 26 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .10.12 V This output supplies the amplitude pre-selection switch.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the travel lever PIN Travel Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) lever Digital input active high High amplitude inactive " 0V X24:3 Input low amplitude Low amplitude active "approx.) Status: 19.12 V Digital input active high Low amplitude inactive " 0V X24:4 Not used --- X24:5 Not used --- X24:6 Input left hand armrest (not yet realized) --- Digital input active high X24:7 Output voltage supply for additional digital evaluations Voltage supply active "approx.

Display 8 Description of signals on the LC . X29:8 Not used --- Status: 19. the data collector and the BOP.12 V Digital input active high Low idle inactive " 0V X29:5 Not used --- X29:6 Not used --- X29:7 Output voltage supply for additional digital evaluations Voltage supply active "approx.Display Page 27 of 46 Author: Seis/ TE .10.12 V Electronics not working " 0V X28:2 Ground connection 0V (measured against ground) X28:3 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire +. PIN Display Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) X28:1 Voltage supply (permanent voltage "ignition on") Electronics working "approx. the ESX.12 V This output supplies the engine speed switch and the switch for Voltage supply inactive " 0V frequency adjustment. the ESX. X28:4 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire -. the data collector and the BOP.04 Description of signals on the LC .12 V Digital input active high Adjustment inactive " 0V X29:2 Input frequency adjustment higher Adjustment active "approx.12 V Digital input active high High idle inactive " 0V X29:4 Input engine speed low idle Low idle active "approx.12 V Electronics not working " 0V X28:6 Not used --- X29:1 Input frequency adjustment lower Adjustment active "approx. X28:5 Voltage supply (permanent voltage "Battery +" for RTC) Electronics working "approx. Without this voltage no additional digital switches can be connected to the LCD and evaluated. is used for communication with the Measurement not possible! MESX. is used for communication with the Measurement not possible! MESX.12 V Digital input active high Adjustment inactive " 0V X29:3 Input engine speed high idle High idle active "approx.Display Notes: Wherever the value of 12 V is mentioned in the following text it refers to the current battery voltage under due consideration of voltage drops in the lines.Service training WZ – 4 Description of signals on the LC .

12 V Digital output (max. Measurement not possible! control.12 V Digital input active high Plates lowered " 0V X0:13 Output plates floating position Float position active "approx.12 V Digital output (max.12 V Ignition OFF: " 0V X0:10 Voltage supply for outputs Ignition ON: "approx. 4 A) Priority inactive " 0V X0:15 Not used --- X0:16 Not used --- Status: 19. 4 A) Offset right inactive " 0V X0:9 Voltage supply for outputs Ignition ON: "approx.12 V Digital input active high Plate outside middle position " 0V X0:5 Output plates up Lifting active "approx. is used to communicate with the ESX.10. 4 A) Lifting inactive " 0V X0:6 Output plates down Lowering active "approx. X0:3 Voltage supply for electronics Ignition ON: "approx.Service training WZ .12 V Digital output (max. 4 A) Lifting inactive " 0V X0:14 Output plates priority Priority active "approx. 4 A) Offset left inactive " 0V X0:8 Output plate right Offset right active "approx.12 V Ignition OFF: " 0V X0:4 Input Proximity switch plates middle Plates in middle position "approx. X0:2 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire -.04 Description of signals on the DIOS module Page 28 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . 4 A) Lowering inactive " 0V X0:7 Output plate left Offset left active "approx.12 V Digital output (max.12 V Digital output (max.12 V Digital output (max. is used to communicate with the ESX.4 Description of signals on the DIOS module 9 Description of signals on the DIOS module (only with optional extension plates) DIOS terminal Signal description Nominal values (voltage / current) X0:1 Interface CAN-Bus 1 Wire +. Measurement not possible! control.12 V Ignition OFF: " 0V X0:11 Ground connection 0 V measured against ground X0:12 Input proximity switch plates middle Plates at top lift point "approx.

Fault in steering system 2499 2500 . locating system. Operating hours. etc. Fault hydraulic system 5999 6000 . Fault anti-theft warning system. chip 4499 spreader) 4500 . dozer blade.Service training Fault codes on the ESX control 10 Fault codes of the ESX control 10. 7999 8000 . 6999 time calculation. 7000 .) Status: 19. Fault of work functions (vibration.04 Fault codes on the ESX control Page 29 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .1 Overview Fault code Fault description 0000 . Input of machine codes 7499 7500 . data collector. access system. Fault in travel system 1999 2000 . load spectrum. Fault diesel engine 5499 5500 . Fault in measuring systems 4999 5000 . 9999 LCD-display. etc. Severe software fault 8999 9000 . rotor. etc. Fault in remote control 2999 3000 . Dios-module. Fault of external I/O-nodes (joystick.10. General faults / warnings / machine tests 0999 1000 . Input of measuring technology codes 7899 7900 .

The machine is stopped if this fault occurs. Fault code is displayed. Audible signal 5 Partial function faulty. Fault code is displayed. but must be repaired by the service department as soon as possible. The machine is no longer able to drive.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes 10. Fault code is displayed. the partial function cannot be overridden by an emergency function. Fault code is displayed. Audible signal 4 Partial function faulty. the faulty function is replaced by an emergency function. because parts of the travel system are defective " the diesel engine is shut down. the partial function cannot be overridden by an emergency function. e. The machine can still be driven to a limited extent. 2 Warning.04 Description of control input codes Page 30 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .2 Description of fault reactions Fault reaction Description of fault reaction 1 Warning.g.10. Fault code is displayed. The fault code is displayed. the signal light in the monitoring board is permanently on. The function of the control can no longer be guaranteed. Audible signal 3 Function affected. Audible signal 6 Fatal fault. No audible signal! Note: Faults with fault reaction 1 and 2 are only warnings and are NOT stored in the error log! Status: 19. Control is switched off.

04 Description of control input codes Page 31 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . another X The voltage level of 8.3 Detailed description of fault codes and their possible causes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose 500 Warning "Driving against brake“ A corresponding input code was entered X The function "Driving against brake“ is activated 502 Warning "Simulated engine run" A corresponding input code was entered X The function "sumulated engine run" is active 504 Warning "Anti-Slip Control (ASC) deactivated" A corresponding input code was entered X The function "Anti-Slup Control (ASC)" is deactivated 507 Warning "Drum drive deactivated" A corresponding input code was entered X The test mode "drum drive deactivated" was activated. another voltage X The voltage level of 8.5V" Connection of the voltage level to ground.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes 10.. 560 Fault "Overvoltage 8.5V range is fallen short of in an potential or control defective unacceptable way (see signal description) 562 Fault "Voltage override relay" X The voltage level of the 8.5V range is.10.5V" Connection of the voltage level to operating voltage. 508 Warning "Axle drive deactivated" A corresponding input code was entered X The test mode "axle drive deactivated" was activated. or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable valve / ground connection has come loose 1003 Fault brake valve Cable breakage in supply line. or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable valve / supply has come loose 1004 Fault BTS brake / travel lever Hardware defect on travel lever X X Overheating of the BTS has the effect that the travel lever brake position is not recognized correctly Status: 19. or control solenoid.. 1001 Fault brake valve The connecting line from the output of the control to the control X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the solenoid is interrupted.5V range is exceeded in an voltage potential or control defective unacceptable way (see signal description) 561 Fault "Undervoltage 8. the proportional solenoid is defective 1002 Fault brake valve Cable breakage in ground line.

or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable switch / ground connection has come loose 1041 Fault travel range switch "supply connection" Cable breakage in supply line. 1084 Fault when teaching surge current reverse Machine is mechanically blocked Bypass valves in travel system are deadjusted 1088 Informative message! Surge currents of travel pump Function "Learning of pump surge currents" for travel pump not X X Note NOT YET learned. The switch needs to be replaced 1070 Fault output "travel pump forward" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose 1005 Fault BTS brake / plausibility Hardware defect of travel lever. or the proportional solenoid proportional solenoid. See 3.and Y-axes of the voltage as the BTS travel lever to the brake contact signal 1040 Fault travel range switch "ground connection" Cable breakage in ground line.10. or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable switch / supply has come loose 1042 Fault travel range switch Increased transition resistance values on contacts may have led X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) to a falsification of the signal. is defective 1105 Fault front travel motor "speed sensor" Check connecting lines and plugs to the wheel speed sensor or X X Status: 19. is defective 1081 Fault of current regulator reverse X X 1082 Fault of current regulator reverse X X 1083 Fault output "travel pump reverse" Short circuit in the connecting line (control to prop valve) to X X Supply voltage UB applied at the output to the proportional supply voltage valve.6 yet executed. 1074 Fault when teaching surge current forward Machine is mechanically blocked Bypass valves in travel system are deadjusted 1080 Fault output "travel pump reverse" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted. or the proportional solenoid proportional solenoid. or the proportional solenoid proportional solenoid. -> New machine/control change 1100 Fault output "front travel motor" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted. is defective 1071 Fault of current regulator forward X X 1072 Fault of current regulator forward X X 1073 Fault output "travel pump forward" Short circuit in the connecting line (control to prop valve) to X X Supply voltage UB applied at the output to the proportional supply voltage valve.04 Description of control input codes Page 32 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . input X35:17 has not the same X35:17 X X Plausibility conflict when evaluating X.

or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable sensor / voltage supply has come loose 1146 Fault inclination sensor "ground connection" Cable breakage in ground line.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose Faulty or non-existent signal "frequency" Replace the speed sensor. or X X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) the connecting cable sensor / ground connection has come loose 1300 Seat contact switch not occupied Cable breakage in signal line.04 Description of control input codes Page 33 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . if necessary 1117 Fault output "rear travel motor" Short circuit in the connecting line (control to prop valve) to X X Supply voltage UB applied at the output to the proportional supply voltage valve. of X X The current signal indicates that no permanent travel supply line clogged or pressure is built up. is defective 1115 Fault rear travel motor "speed sensor" Check connecting lines and plugs to the wheel speed sensor or X X Faulty or non-existent signal "frequency" replace the speed sensor. or the proportional solenoid proportional solenoid. no travel pressure is built up 1145 Fault inclination sensor "supply connection" Cable breakage in supply line. if necessary 1106 Fault front travel motor "speed sensor" Check connecting lines and plugs to the wheel speed sensor or X X Faulty or non-existent signal "direction" replace the speed sensor.10. 1140 Fault pressure switch travel system "signal" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The current signal is not transmitted (see signal pressure sensor is interrupted. 1110 Fault output "rear travel motor" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted. if necessary 1107 Fault output "front travel motor" Short circuit in the connecting line (control to prop valve) to X X Supply voltage UB applied at the output to the proportional supply voltage valve. or specification) The pressure sensor is defective 1141 Fault pressure switch travel system "signal range" The pressure sensor is defective X X The current signal is outside the permissible range (see signal specification) 1142 Fault pressure switch travel system "no pressure" No pressure connection on sensor. or X X Status: 19. if necessary 1116 Fault rear travel motor "speed sensor" Check connecting lines and plugs to the wheel speed sensor or X X Faulty or non-existent signal "direction" replace the speed sensor.

or X The detected steering pulses on steering sensor 2 are replace the steering sensor in the left hand arm rest.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose driver's seat not occupied (driver not seated!) 1500 Warning "dangerous situation ASC" X X 2060 Fault output "steering valve right" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted. or proportional solenoid.g.. articulation lock applied) 2068 Informative message! Surge currents of steering pump Function "Learning of pump surge currents" for steering pump (X) Note NOT YET learned. 2177 Fault steering wheel "sensor 2 cable damage" Check the connecting lines to the steering sensor – sensor 2. See 3.. or X replace the steering sensor in the left hand arm rest. X 2176 Fault steering wheel "sensor 1 cable damage" Check the connecting lines to the steering sensor – sensor 1. maximum current reached. X 2175 Fault steering wheel "sensor 2" Steering sensor in left hand arm rest defective.04 Description of control input codes Page 34 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . steering is blocked (e.10. the proportional solenoid is defective 2061 Fault output "steering valve left" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted.7 not yet executed. outside the valid range (see signal description) 2174 Fault steering wheel "sensor 1" Steering sensor in left hand arm rest defective. X The detected steering pulses on steering sensor 1 are if necessary change the steering sensor in the left hand arm rest outside the valid range (see signal description) 2173 Fault steering sensor "sensor 2 pulse range" Check the connecting lines to the steering sensor – sensor 2. or X replace the steering sensor in the left hand arm rest. X Measuring value of sensor 1 and 2 difference too strong 2172 Fault steering wheel "sensor 1 pulse range" Check connecting line to steering sensor – sensor 1. maximum current reached. (Only machines with electric steering) -> New machine/control change 2170 Fault steering wheel "change of direction" Wiring fault or steering sensor in left hand arm rest defective X 2171 Fault steering wheel "impulse coverage" Steering sensor in left hand arm rest defective. or proportional solenoid. initialization" Steering angle sensor on articulated joint defective X Fault when initializing the steering angle sensor 2191 Fault steering "steering angle sensor—ADC" Steering angle sensor on articulated joint defective X 2192 Fault steering "steering angle sensor—cable damage Voltage supply line to steering angle sensor interrupted or X supply" Steering angle sensor on articulated joint defective 2193 Fault steering "steering angle sensor—cable damage Ground supply line to steering angle sensor interrupted or X ground" Steering angle sensor on articulated joint defective Status: 19.g. steering is blocked (e. the proportional solenoid is defective 2065 Fault learning the surge current right hand valve Drum was not moved. articulation lock applied) 2066 Fault learning the surge current left hand valve Drum was not moved. 2190 Fault steering "steering angle sensor.

3006 Fault vib. the proportional solenoid is defective. pump valve high amplitude "current range" Fault in connecting line or connection to another potential (e.: X X The current signal is outside the permissible range (see operating voltage) signal specification) 3004 Fault vibration pump "valve for high amplitude" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted.04 Description of control input codes Page 35 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . See 3.8 executed.10. if necessary pulses. pump valve low amplitude "current range" Fault in connecting line or connection to another potential (e.. or proportional solenoid. or proportional solenoid.. or the change-over relay / bridge is missing 3002 Fault vib. 3003 Fault vib. or X Signal outside the valid range (see signal description) magnetic switch under left hand arm rest defective 2302 Fault "driver's seat armrest cable damage supply" Voltage supply line to magnetic switch interrupted or X magnetic switch under left hand arm rest defective 2303 Fault "driver's seat armrest cable damage ground" Ground supply line to magnet switch interrupted or X magnetic switch under left hand arm rest defective 3000 Fault vibration sensor "no signal" Check connecting lines and plugs to the vibration sensor or X X The sensor in the vibration motor does not detect any replace the sensor in the vibration motor.g. or the change-over relay / bridge is missing 3005 Fault vib. the proportional solenoid is defective. 3001 Fault vibration pump "valve for low amplitude" The connecting line from the output of the control to the X X The required control power cannot be transmitted to the proportional solenoid is interrupted. pump valve low amplitude "hysteresis" X X The.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose 2198 Informative message! Steering stops of the electric Function "Learning of steering stops" for electric steering not yet (X) Note steering NOT YET learned. (Only machines with electric steering) -> New machine/control change 2300 Fault "driver's seat armrest lifted" Arm rest is raised or magnetic switch under left hand arm rest X defective 2301 Fault "driver's seat armrest" Cable breakage in signal line..: X The current signal is outside the permissible range (see operating voltage) signal specification) 5024 Fault diesel engine warning "coolant filling level" Coolant level too low or sensor defective X X 5025 Fault diesel engine shut-down "coolant filling level" Coolant level too low or sensor defective X X 5026 Fault diesel engine warning "air filter" Air filter soiled or sensor defective X X 5027 Fault diesel engine shut-down "air filter" Air filter soiled or sensor defective X X Status: 19. pump valve high amplitude "hysteresis" X The.g..

to +12 V or connection between CAN+ and CAN-.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose 5028 Warning water separator Water or other dirt in fuel filter X X 5029 Shut-down caused by water separator Water or other dirt in fuel filter X X 5100 Fault diesel engine EMR "warning lamp" Collective warning X X " see other fault codes for exact fault diagnose 5101 Fault diesel engine EMR "red stop light" Collective fault engine shut-down X X " see other fault codes for exact fault diagnose 5110 Fault diesel engine EMR "nominal speed value" " CAN connection between ESX and EMR interrupted X X " CAN connection has short circuit to ground.04 Description of control input codes Page 36 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . " ESX without voltage supply " Voltage of on-board battery too low 5123 Fault CAN communication " CAN communication between EMR and ESX X X 5124 Fault CAN communication " CAN communication between EMR and ESX X X 5125 Fault CAN communication " CAN communication between EMR and ESX X X 5130 Fault diesel engine EMR "oil pressure sensor" " sensor defective X X " Wire breakage in current path " Current path has short circuit to ground 5131 Fault diesel engine EMR "charge air pressure sensor" " sensor defective X X " Wire breakage in current path " Current path has short circuit to ground 5132 Fault diesel engine EMR "charge air temperature" " sensor defective X X " Wire breakage in current path " Current path has short circuit to ground 5133 Fault diesel engine EMR "coolant temperature sensor" " sensor defective X X " Wire breakage in current path " Current path has short circuit to ground Status: 19. " ESX without voltage supply " Voltage of on-board battery too low 5112 Fault diesel engine EMR "oil pressure" " Engine oil pressure too low X X 5113 Fault diesel engine EMR "charge air pressure" " Charge air pressure too low X X 5114 Fault diesel engine EMR "temperature intake pipe" " Charge air temperature too high X X 5116 Fault diesel engine EMR "coolant temperature" " Coolant temperature too high X X 5117 Fault diesel engine EMR "fuel temperature" " Fuel temperature too high X X 5118 Fault diesel engine EMR "engine speed" " Speed sensor 1 or 2 defective X X " Connection between EMR and speed sensor 1 or 2 interrupted 5122 Fault diesel engine EMR "nominal speed value" " CAN connection between ESX and EMR interrupted " CAN connection has short circuit to ground.10. to +12 V or connection between CAN+ and CAN-.

10.g.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Fault Fault description Possible causes Terminal Assignment Input Fault Code on ESX DH-4 BVC-4 code for reaction diagnose 5134 Fault diesel engine EMR "speed sensor" " Speed sensor 1 or 2 defective X X 5140 Fault diesel engine EMR "unknown fault" Fault diagnose only with DEUTZ diagnose tool (SERDIA) X X 5502 Fault warning "hydraulic oil filter" Hydraulic oil filter soiled or sensor defective X X 5503 Fault shut down "hydraulic oil filter" Hydraulic oil filter soiled or sensor defective X X 5504 Fault warning "oil temperature" Hydraulic oil temperature too high or sensor defective X X 5005 Fault shut down "oil temperature" Hydraulic oil temperature too high or sensor defective X X 7011 Fault warning "change of machine type" Only change the machine type after appropriate measures have X X This warning appears when the machine type has been been applied. the correct machine code or a basic parameter of the machine was changed (e. circumference of drum) 7012 Fault "conflict machine type" The machine type was changed in a way that the type X X This fault message is displayed if the set machines do not parameters no longer comply with the basic parameters → enter comply with the basic parameters of the machine.04 Description of control input codes Page 37 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . a different axle) Status: 19. conversion from D to PD (different rolling changed. e.g.

2 Brake Input code Description of display function Display values 1001 Display of output voltage on output of control "brake valve" Display in V (e.04 Description of control input codes Page 38 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes 11 Input codes for ESX control 11.: „109" for software version 1.1 General Input code Description of display function Display values 0500 Activation of function "Driving against closed brake" 500 and brake control light stays on when shifting the travel lever out of the neutral gate 0501 Deactivation of function "Driving against closed brake" O K for 3sec. 126 corresponds with 12. then back to 0000 0555 Display of "software version" e.09 0700 Activation of function "Show stored faults" Fault codes are successively displayed 0701 Deactivation of function "Show stored faults" 0000 0710 Delete stored faults once the error log is deleted the display will return to 0000 0720 Display of "machine code" The machine code is displayed (72xx) (see chapter 3.10.g.6) 11.g.6V) Status: 19.

10....9 = 3 Stages 10..14 = 2 Stages 15.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes 11.4 = 4 Stages 5......24 = 0 1042 Display "voltage value for speed range / gear standardized" Stage 1 ≈ 956 Stage 2 ≈ 916 Stage 3 ≈ 875 Stage 4 ≈ 835 Stage 5 ≈ 795 Stage 6 ≈ 756 Stage 7 ≈ 716 Stage 8 ≈ 675 Stage 9 ≈ 637 Stage 10 ≈ 597 Stage 11 ≈ 557 Stage 12 ≈ 517 Stage 13 ≈ 478 Stage 14 ≈ 436 Stage 15 ≈ 396 Stage 16 ≈ 357 Stage 17 ≈ 318 Stage 18 ≈ 279 Stage 19 ≈ 238 Stage 20 ≈ 200 Stage 21 ≈ 160 Stage 22 ≈ 120 Stage 23 ≈ 80 Stage 24 ≈ 40 1044 Display "speed range / gear" end value Stage 1 = 417 Stage 2 = 833 Stage 3 = 1'250 Stage 4 = 1'667 Stage 5 = 2'089 Stage 6 = 2'500 Stage 7 = 2'917 Stage 8 = 3'333 Stage 9 = 3'750 Stage 10 = 4'167 Stage 11 = 4'583 Stage 12 = 5'000 Stage 13 = 5'417 Stage 14 = 5'833 Stage 15 = 6'250 Stage 16 = 6'667 Stage 17 = 7'500 Stage 18 = 8'333 Stage 19 = 9'167 Stage 20 = 10'000 Stage 21 = 13'334 Stage 22 = 16'667 Stage 23 = 20'000 Stage 24 = 23'333 1070 Display "nominal current travel pump forward“ 0 – 1200 mA 1071 Display "Actual current travel pump forward“ Display in mA Status: 19..24 1041 Display "voltage value for speed range / gear" Stages 0...3 Travel lever / driving Input code Description of display function Display values 1025 Display "travel lever direction" 100 = forward 0 = neutral 1 = reverse 1026 Display "movement direction" 0 = neutral 1 = forward 2 = reverse 1027 Display "travel lever enable" 1 1040 Display "speed range / gear" The display shows the travel range switch position from 1.04 Description of control input codes Page 39 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .19 = 1 Stages 20.

08) see chapter "Teach travel system surge currents" 1106 Display "speed sensor travel motor front / pulses" Counts the pulses up to 99'999 and then starts at 0 again 1107 Display "speed sensor travel motor front / direction signal" 2 = forward 1 = standstill and reverse 1108 Display "sense of rotation front drive" 1 = forward 0 = standstill 2 = reverse 1116 Display "speed sensor travel motor rear / pulses" Counts the pulses up to 99'999 and then starts at 0 again 1117 Display "speed sensor travel motor rear / direction signal" 2 = forward 1 = standstill and reverse 1118 display "sense of rotation rear drive" 1 = forward 0 = standstill 2 = reverse 1140 Display "travel pressure" Display in bar 1145 Display "inclination sensor" standardized Inclination display as standardized value (65540 → 0%) 1146 Display "inclination sensor" sensor input voltage Display in mV 0% ≅ 2550mV 1147 Display "inclination sensor" standardized sensor voltage Inclination display in mV 1148 Display "inclination sensor" initialization 1 corresponds with OK Status: 19.07 and 1.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Input code Description of display function Display values 1080 Display "nominal current travel pump reverse“ 0 – 1200mA 1081 Display "actual current travel pump reverse“ Display in mA 1090 Activates Function "detect surge currents in travel system see chapter "Teach travel system surge currents" automatically" 1091 Function "Determine surge current forward" (only vers.1.08) see chapter "Teach travel system surge currents" 1092 Function "Determine surge current reverse" (only vers.1.07 and 1.10.04 Description of control input codes Page 40 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .

.8.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes 11..10.04 Description of control input codes Page 41 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .1000 2130 Steering wheel sensor 1 track 1 absolute pulses Number of total pulses 2131 Steering wheel sensor 1 track 2 absolute pulses Number of total pulses 2132 2133 Steering wheel sensor 1 direction 1=steering wheel steers to the right.4 Steering Input code Description of display function Display values 1300 Function status arm rest contact 1= arm rest up..1000 2120 Steering angle nominal position -1000. 2= travel disabled 2000 activates Function "teach steering start current" see chapter "Determine steering system surge currents" 2001 Function "teach steering start current" see chapter "Determine steering system surge currents" 2010 activates Function "teach steering potentiometer limits" see chapter "Determine steering system end stops" 2011 Deactivates Function "teach steering potentiometer limits" 0000 2012 Function "teach steering potentiometer right hand limit" see chapter "Determine steering system end stops" 2013 Function "teach steering potentiometer left hand limit" see chapter "Determine steering system end stops" 2060 Activates function „Change steering unit“ see chapter "Changing the steering unit“ 2061 Activation of electric steering unit see chapter 3.6 2062 Activation of hydraulic steering unit see chapter "Changing the steering unit“ 2100 Display "Nominal current value steering valve right“ 0 – 1200mA 2101 Display "Actual current value steering valve left“ Display in mA 2102 Display "Nominal current value steering valve left“ 0 – 1200mA 2103 Display "Actual current value steering valve left“ Display in mA 2110 Display of voltage value from steering angle sensor on articulated joint 0..0. 2=arm rest down 1301 Voltage of arm rest contact Display in mV 1302 Travel operation status by arm rest contact 1=travel enabled.... 2=steering wheel steers to Status: 19. 2=steering wheel steers to the left 2140 Steering wheel sensor 2 track 1 absolute pulses Number of total pulses 2141 Steering wheel sensor 2 track 1 absolute pulses Number of total pulses 2142 2143 Steering wheel sensor 2 direction 1=steering wheel steers to the right..0..5VDC 2112 Steering angle actual position -1000..

1= air filter soiled 5028 Display "Status water separator" 0= water separator OK.5 Vibration Input code Description of display function Display values 3000 Display "switch vibration mode" Off = 0 On = 1 3001 Display "Status of vibration relay" 0 = Relay K43 not switched 1= Relay K43 switched 3002 Display "Vibration pump valve current" Display value = mA The actual pump current is displayed. 1= coolant level too low 5026 Display "Status engine air filter" 0= air filter OK.8 Changing the machine code Input code Description of display function Display values 7010 Change "machine code" see chapter "Changing the machine code“ Status: 19.04 Description of control input codes Page 42 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .7 Hydraulics Input code Description of display function Display values 5002 Display "Status hydraulic oil – filter" 0= hydraulic oil filter OK. 11.10. 1= hydraulic oil filter soiled 11.6 Engine Input code Description of display function Display values 5024 Display "Status engine coolant level" 0= coolant level OK. 1= water or dirt in fuel filter 11.Service training WZ – 4 Description of control input codes Input code Description of display function Display values the left 11.

Service training WZ – 4 12 Terminology in connection with ESX Short circuit A direct.10. • socket / plug faulty Status: 19.04 General terminology Page 43 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . slipped off • broken off. A conductive line rubs off the insulation at the vehicle ground. • corroded. Wire breakage This generally means that a connection is interrupted. Examples: Two lines rub against each other until the insulation has worn off. unwanted connection between two different cables or between machine and cables. Possible reasons may be: Line: • torn (not necessarily visible from outside) • rubbed through • chafed mostly in connection with a short circuit to ground Terminal. cable lug • loosened.

valve 0% to 100% opened (proportional valve) Status: 19. For instance room temperature 0° to 40°. terminal has direct connection to vehicle ground. current flows / does not flow.5V. switched on or off.Service training WZ – 4 Short circuit to ground Line. resistance 100 Ω to 300 Ω.04 General terminology Page 44 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .g. voltage 0V to 8. often in connection with wire breakage Digital There are only two permissible states. lamp on / off. valve open / closed (black-white valve) Analogue In contrast to Digital many conditions are permitted within a certain range.10. current 4mA to 20mA. e.

Service training WZ – 4 Control Controlling describes the process during which an input value influences a distance (the value to be controlled). the closed loop control value (e. This sequence occurs in a closed circuit.) must be known. pressure). Marking Closed loop control Control Operating path: closed open (closed loop control circuit) (control chain) Measurement and Value to be adjusted is Values to be controlled comparison of value to measured and compared. For this purpose all possible interfering factors (e...g. are not measured and be adjusted: compared. low expense nominal and actual value. power amplification Performance in For unstable systems closed In unstable systems unstable systems loop controls must be used.04 General terminology Page 45 of 46 Author: Seis / TE .g. humidity . comparison of considered. is continually measured and compared with a nominal value (guide value). temperature.10. following a fixed command. Closed loop control Closed loop control is a process during which a value. if not faults occur. Status: 19. Reaction to faults Counteracts to all faults Does not respond to (generally): targeting the system to be unknown faults controlled. The result of this comparison will affect the closed loop control value. the co-called closed loop control circuit. controls cannot be used. thereby adapting the closed loop control value to the guide value. Technical expense: Low expense: High expense if many Measurement of the value to faults have to be be controlled.

e. This means that these outputs are special current outputs. (see description of the signals on the ESX-control) PWM – digital output Certain outputs on the ESX are designed as so-called PWM – digital outputs.Service training WZ – 4 Current and voltage measurement Ohm’s law: U =R∗I U = Voltage R = Resistance U I = Current I= R U R= I Plausibility check The control (ESX) runs a plausibility check on all inputs. travel lever position forward and reverse will cause an fault message. This means the control checks permanently whether certain state combinations are permitted. but no voltage.g. Here it is possible to measure a current.04 General terminology Page 46 of 46 Author: Seis / TE . These outputs are used to trigger proportional valves. which is only to be used for sensors. Status: 19.10.AGND Besides the "normal" battery ground (terminal 31) in the vehicle there is an additional analogue ground. because this condition is normally not possible. GND .

Tachograph cabin−equipment. measurement equipm.: drawing − no. add. air conditioning. vibration 007 582 700 95 Fahrhebel. Vibration steering. radio. 009 582 700 95 Bomag Compaction Management BCM Bomag Compaction Management BCM 010 582 700 95 Beleuchtung und StvZO illumination and StvZO 011 582 700 95 Kabinenausrüstung.06.: Zeichnungsnummer Funktionsgruppe function unit sheet no. Neigungssensor. Zusatzheizung cabin−heater. slope sensor. LC−display 006 582 700 95 Lenkung.. Starten. 001 582 700 95 Stromlaufplan Circuit Diagram 002 582 700 95 Versorgung. signal horn 003 582 700 95 Motor Deutz EMR II engine Deutz EMR II 004 582 700 95 Fahrantrieb.06. Sitzkontakt driving system.226DH−4 table of contents: Blatt Nr. tachograph 012 582 700 95 Kabinenheizung. Beleuchtung. vibration−plates 008 582 700 95 Variocontrol.Inhaltsverzeichnis: BW177. Radio. Klimaanlage. headlights.2004 Seis Stromlaufplan 001 001 582 700 95 28. Vibrationsplatten joystick. Messtechnik Variocontrol. starting unit. Hupe supply. seat contakt switch 005 582 700 95 Datensammler. LC−Display data−collector. heater 101 582 700 95 Bauteilliste component listing 28.2004 circuit diagram Werner 001 .

30 K11 2:10 87 K30 11:1 30 4:1 K11:87 5:1 X1:15E X1:16E X1:27E X1:28E X1:30E X1:9 X1:10 F13 1 F05 1 F95 1 F23 1 F39 1 30A 15A 15A 15A 15A 2 2 2 2 2 X1:15A X1:16A X1:27A X1:28A X1:30A 6:17 X36:B X36:A 4:9 X37:A X1:151 30 21 11 31 41 51 61 S00 S01 X3:3 22 12 32 42 52 62 2 x 10qmm Startschalter NOT−Aus K32:86 starting swwitch 15 54 58 19 17 50a Emerg.06.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Versorgung.2004 Werner supply.06.−Stop 11:1 X1:152 X1:155 X1:79 Sicherung Heizflansh S01:22 3:1 X37:B F05:2 Hauptsicherung V01 X1:3 X1:4 5:8 heating−flange K05 30 X34:P main fuse 2 1 7:3 125mA 5 87 87a K14 86 30 K61 K61 13 23 3:19 3 2:6 S03 2 2 F48 F00 125A 125A 85 87 87a X1:7 X1:8 Taster Hupe push button. signal horn 002 . Hupe 28.to air conditioning 1 1 D+ 5:2 B+ 2:11 2:6 B+ nur bei Klimaanlage D+ MESX 8:2 Anzugsw. starting unit.:10A G01 G03 X38:A X1:97 X1:98 + + − − X1:1 X1:101 X1:102 X1:109 167A 30 50 1 B+ D+ 86 86 B11 B11 1 K09 K11 1 2 2 1 G02 M01 V02 XS + R19 S30 M 12V 2 2 1 V03 1 2 − 85 85 − 2 31 EMR 3:5 B− W X1:110 X1:168 X1:123 X1:103 X1:104 31 31 3:1 Trennschalter Batter 2:8 12:7 2:16 Starter Signalhörer Steckdose break switch battery starter warning horns socket Heizflansch Batterie Batterie Generator Nur bei Geländer/ROPS/SD heating−flange battery battery generator only at hand−rail/ROPS/sun−roof 28. Starten.:50A / Haltew. horn 14 24 only acc.

06.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Motor Deutz EMR II 28.2:17 S01:22 S01:22 6:1 X1:95 1 K14 Relais Heizflansch relay heating−flange 2 X1:179 X1:96 X1:185 Steckerschnittstelle Deutz connector interface Deutz X33:7 X33:2 X33:3 X33:5 X33:6 X33:1 X33:4 X33:8 max 7A 8−polig PNEUTRON A48 Motorsteuerung EMR2 X30:14 engine−controller EMR2 X31:21 X31:22 X31:13 X31:11 X31:14 X31:15 X31:24 X31:25 X31:4 X31:9 X31:5 X31:6 X31:3 X31:2 X31:7 X30:10 X30:11 X30:12 X30:13 X31:20 X31:12 X31:10 X31:17 X31:18 X31:19 X31:16 X31:23 X30:1 X30:2 X31:8 X31:1 AGND AGND AGND AGND AGND STG− STG+ K L +5V +5V CAN low CAN high Signal Signal Signal Signal Ubat − Signal Druck Signal Temperatur X1:180 X1:181 X57:20 X57:21 X57:22 X57:12 X57:13 X57:10 X57:11 X57:14 X57:15 X57:17 X57:18 X57:19 X57:16 X57:23 X57:24 X57:25 CAN2− 4:11 X57:4 X57:9 X57:8 X57:1 X57:6 X1:183 X1:184 ESX Fahrst. CAN2+ 4:11 RF REF RF MESS RF− 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 7 2 6 1 1 4 3 2 1 2 EMR Stellglied EMR commander X32:G X32:H X32:K X32:B X32:A X32:L X1:182 B88 B114 B130 Y137 5 B115 B113 X34:N Diagnosestecker EMR diagnosis interface EMR 2:4 X1:186 31 EMR 2:20 31 31 4:1 2:2 Motordrehzahlsensor sender engine rpm 2 Motordrehzahlsensor EMR Kühlmitteltemperatur sender engine rpm 1 EMR coolant temperature EMR Motoröldruck Ladeluftdruck + Temp EMR engine oil pressure charging air pressure + temperature 28.06.2004 Werner engine Deutz EMR II 003 .

seat contakt switch 1 004 . B60 B59 2..−Ventil Bandagenmotor sender axle sender drum slope sensor switch.06.5V X14:B X9:1 speed S06 + + X16:1 1 X15:1 1 1 1 − X1:172 − 8:2 4V H14 Y17 Y16 Y30 Y31 sw sw DIR MESX − − 2 2 2 2 X1:124 X1:142 X1:142 X1:143 X1:143 11:6 − S X1:46 X16:2 X15:2 X1:82 SPEED TAC X14:A X9:2 X1:174 8:2 X1:178 X1:55 6:4 8:2 X1:149 X1:117 X1:123 X1:123 X1:144 X1:144 SPEED MESX PITCH MESX 3:20 31 31 5:1 Sensor Achse Sensor Bandage Neigungssensor Sitzkontaktschalter Prop. Prop. seat contact prop.5V B57 1V 400 . Sitzkontakt 28. Fahrpumpe rückw. 1. Sitzkontakt X1:45 X1:44 +45_G=4.5V X1:158 X1:114 X1:121 X1:122 X1:143 X1:141 X1:171 X1:173 X1:175 X1:177 X1:176 + −45_G=0.2:14 30 30 5:1 F24:2 5:3 X1:2 3:4 CAN2+ CAN2+ 7:6 EMR Deutz Fahrhebel 3:4 CAN2− CAN2− 7:6 X1:145 X1:42 CAN1+ 5:8 31 CAN1− 5:8 LC−Display..−pump forwards prop.−Pumpe Rückw.. 1.2004 Werner driving system. dir.200mA 400 .06.. Rückfahrwarnsum. 1.−Valve axle motor 28.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Fahrantrieb.−Ventil Achsmotor back up alarm buzzer prop−pump backwards prop..−Valve drum motor Rückfahrwarnsummer Prop..200mA 400 .−Pumpe Vorw. OPUS 21 X1:119 X1:120 S01 2:16 120 OHM 120 OHM X52:1 X52:2 X1:146 32 1 2 1 2 R22 R20 rt sw X1:17E X1:34E Diagnosestecker Fahrzeug F67 1 F84 1 X34:G X34:H X34:C X34:D X34:A X34:B diagnosis interface equipment B112 15A 10A 2 2 Drucksensor Fahrpumpe X1:17A X1:34A X1:51 X1:52 X1:53 X1:54 X1:47 X1:48 X1:49 X1:50 pressure sensor drive pump X1:34A 8:2 120 OHM 120 OHM 1 2 1 2 Drucksensor Elektronik Leistung R23 R21 CAN2+ CAN2− CAN1+ CAN1− RxD TxD A34 X35:31 X35:56 X35:57 X35:59 X35:60 X35:53 X35:33 X35:5 X35:58 X35:27 X35:26 X35:28 X35:54 X35:4 Fahr−Steuerung driving controller X35:38 X35:12 X35:37 X35:34 X35:30 X35:15 X35:24 X35:49 X35:64 X35:46 X35:47 X35:55 X35:65 X35:66 X35:67 X35:68 Gehäuse housing Neigung speed speed Richtung Richtung Achsmotor Bandagenmotor Fahrpumpe vorw.200mA 400 ..200mA bl ws br ws br bl speed + + 0.. 1. Neigungssensor.46A dir. Prop. slope sensor.

. 30 30 8:1 4:20 2:20 K11:87 K11:87 7:14 4:3 F24:2 F24:2 6:15 X1:29E 2:17 F05:2 F05:2 2:17 1 4:17 CAN1+ CAN1+ 7:14 F24 ESX Fahrsteuerung DIOS Platten 15A 4:17 CAN1− CAN1− 7:14 2 X1:29A X1:87 X1:88 X1:80 X1:86 X1:41 X1:39 X1:40 X34:R not connected not connected CAN1 high CAN1 high CAN1 low CAN1 low Ub "30" Ub "15" Ub out VCC X27:8 X28:6 X29:8 Steckerfarbe: X26−grau. X27−schwarz A80 A81 X28:1 X27:6 X27:7 X29:7 X28:3 X28:5 connector−colour: X26−grey. LC−Display 28. LC−display 005 . 67 OHM D+ R03 2:6 P P Q Schalter Motordrehzahl 2 2 switch engine−rpm mode switch frequency−control X21:2 X8:2 X10:3 Schalter Frequenzverstellung X1:117 X1:94 X1:94 X1:117 X1:154 X1:149 X1:82 31 31 6:1 4:20 28.06. X27−black X28:4 Datensammler LC−Display data−collector LC−display X26:10 X26:11 X27:10 X27:11 X27:12 X26:3 X26:5 X26:8 X27:4 X27:9 X27:2 X26:7 X26:9 X26:1 X26:2 X26:6 X26:4 X27:1 X27:3 X29:2 X29:1 X29:3 X29:4 X29:5 X29:6 X26:12 X27:5 X28:2 DIN11 UIN1 GND GND GND DIN10 DIN1 DIN1 AIN1 UIN3 UIN2 DIN3 DIN5 DIN7 DIN9 DIN6 DIN3 DIN5 DIN6 DIN8 DIN2 DIN2 Sepa1 GND/UIN3 DIN4 DIN4 AIN2 Sepa2 X1:106 X1:111 X1:112 X1:107 X1:108 X1:105 BL 10:17 ECO Low High down up Wasserabscheider BR 10:17 23 13 23 13 coolant stock level hydraulic oil filter water−seperator Füllstand Diesel Kühlmittelvorrat Hydraulikölfilter BEL S120 10:4 KLIMA 12:6 S139 air cleaner fuel−level 24 14 24 14 Luftfilter X21:1 X8:1 X10:2 B21 1 B03 1 B55 B124 0 .2004 Werner data−collector.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Datensammler.06.

Ventil lenken links Prop−Ventil Vibration groß emerg.−Platten 30 X51:3 X51:2 6:9 6:8 30 K48 7:2 87 87a 87 87a X1:89 K43 6:12 87 87a X1:154 87 87a X1:147 KA MESX 8:2 11 X35:16 X1:38 X1:199 X1:198 X1:196 X1:195 X35:16 X35:22 GA MESX 6:9 6:2 7:14 8:2 S01 X1:37 400 . 1.. AGND Vib.− Frequenz BTS Bremse X1:205 X1:207 X1:206 X1:208 X1:55 X1:42 4:6 nur BVC only BVC 8. Vibration 28.200mA 2:16 X1:116 X1:115 12 400 . valve steering right prop. 3:20 S01:22 S01:22 5:20 F24:2 F24:2 X1:148 Lenkwinkelsensor X23:1 steering angle sensor 7:1 X1:41 X1:201 X51:1 Lenkeinheit X1:187 B65 + A45 steering unit Aufnehmer Vibrationsmotor S X22:1 sensor vibration motor br + X1:161 X41:1 X39:1 VCC X39:2 S1 B − X22:2 − X1:160 X41:3 X40:1 VCC X40:2 X1:203 X1:55 X1:202 bl B B16 X1:60 FM5 X1:61 X1:58 FM2 X1:59 X1:56 FM1 X1:57 X1:159 X41:4 X40:4 0V S2 A X40:3 sw B132 2 2 2 ws X22:3 VIB Schalter Armlehne X1:162 X41:2 X39:4 X39:3 11:6 Lenkwink.r. Ventil lenken rechts Warnsummer Störung emrg.5V A34 X35:1 X35:19 X35:17 X35:18 X35:41 X35:35 X35:29 X35:23 X35:40 Fahr−Steuerung driving controller X43:2 X43:1 X35:21 X35:20 X35:25 X35:16 X35:22 X35:48 X35:61 X35:2 X35:3 Bremse Warnsummer Armlehne Umsch. vibration 006 .. out K57 30 K56 30 Pumpe Vib.. failure 28. 0V S1 A X22:4 Vib. valve steering left prop.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Lenkung.06. valve vibration big Notlenkung rechts Prop.200mA 400 . valve steering right warning buzzer. 1. valve steering left prop. 1.8A X6:2 X7:2 X1:149 X1:200 X1:200 X1:197 X1:197 X1:82 X1:117 X1:190 X1:118 5:20 7:1 31 31 Anbau 177DH: h. valve vibration small solenoid valve brake Notlenkung links Prop.200mA X1:150 150mA X1:113 8:2 X6:1 X7:1 BRAKE MESX Y113 1 Y112 1 1 1 K56 86 K57 86 K43 86 Y08 1 Y07 1 H07 + Y04 1 Y93 Y92 2 2 2 2 85 85 85 2 2 − 2 max...l.1. 6:4 6:3 6:14 Anbau 213DH: oben Anbau 213DH: unten Prop. Anbau 177DH: h.− Richtung armrest−switch 1 1 1 X41:5 X41:7 X41:8 X41:6 BTS BREMSE 7:2 X34:J X1:189 X1:188 − Sig.2004 Werner TS022 steering.−Ventil Vibration klein Magnetventil Bremse prop..06. Amplitude Prop.

6:2 X23:1 4:17 CAN2+ 5:14 CAN1+ CAN1+ 8:16 ESX Fahrst. switch amplitudes switch vibration on/off modesw.06. Platten oben push button 3 = vibration ON/OFF 15A Taster 4 = Platten links sensor plates up 2 push button 4 = plates left Taster 5 = platten senken Näherungssch.−valve plates MV Platten links MV Platten Priorität plates left plates priority 28.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Fahrhebel. swimming pos. Platten Mitte X1:31A sensor plates centered X1:213 X1:214 push button 5 = lower plates X1:156 X1:157 Taster 7 = Infotaste 1 push button 7 = info button 1 X1:209 Taster 8 = Infotaste 2 BTS BREMSE push button 8 = Info button 2 B135 + B134 + 6:18 − − 3 2 1 7 Fahrstufenschalter S S 4 5 8 speed range selector S42 X62:12 X62:10 X62:1 X62:3 X62:9 X62:2 X62:4 + − S A54 Platten Steuerung plate−controller X25:4 X25:2 X25:3 Ub in CAN− Bremse zu = 0V 1 7 Bremse auf = Ub BTS Bremse CAN+ 3 S55 6 X35:22 6:11 X62:11 X62:13 X62:14 X62:5 X62:6 X62:7 X62:8 X1:153 BTS zus. vibration−plates 007 . 4 Fahrhebel 5 +5V out travel lever 0V in 0V (Ref PIN5) 2 8 Add1 AK Ext1 9 11 Add2 AK Ext2 10 12 Stecker X23 Stecker X24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DK Ext1 DK Ext3 DK Ext5 DK Ext6 DK Ext2 OV out DK Ext4 Ub out 400 . plates prop. plates plates up plates right Frequenzverstellung Platten freq.. LC−Display BTM 4:17 CAN2− 5:14 CAN1− CAN1− 8:16 5:20 K11:87 K11:87 8:1 Taster 1 = Platten rechts push button 1 = plates right X1:31E Taster 2 = Platten heben push button 2 = lift plates 1 F145 Taster 3 = Vibration EIN/AUS Näherungssch.2004 Werner TS022 joystick. adjust plates MV Platten senken MV Platten Schwimmst Schalter Amplitude Schalter Vibration Ein/Aus Schalter Betriebsart Platten Prop−Pumpe Platten plates down plates float−pos.06. 1.200 mA X50:3 X50:2 X50:1 X1:210 S − + Y123 1 Y143 1 Y145 1 S35 K0G S09 13 S64 13 S36 13 S139 X72:1 13 23 2 2 2 86 86 1 Y122 1 Y142 1 Y144 1 K48 K05 Y98 14 14 14 14 24 2 2 2 2 85 85 X72:2 X1:149 X1:211 X1:212 6:20 31 8:1 6:17 2:12 31 nicht bei BVC Nur bei BVC Schalter Schwimmstellung Platten MV Platten heben MV Platten rechts not at BVC Only at BVC sw. Vibrationsplatten 28.

BOP X1:34A 4:9 GND 5:20 30 30 10:1 Pot 30 7:20 K11:87 K11:87 10:1 X2:47 Pot 15 31.. 008 . 1.200mA GND 6:15 GA MESX SPEED MESX X1:85 9:15 4:3 CAN3− DIR MESX X2:75 X2:73 X2:60 + 4:3 P07 E 9:15 8:20 4:8 PITCH MESX Y140 1 Y141 1 VIB CAN3+ BRAKE MESX v.2004 Werner TS022 Variocontrol. Pot. sensor rear sens.1 D+ MESX BEL MESX 2 2 2:6 10:4 X2:76 X2:74 X2:63 X2:66 X1:82 31 31 9:1 7:20 Prop−Ventil Erreger auf EVIB−Meter solenoid−valve exciter up EVIB−meter Prop−Ventil Erreger ab solenoid valve exciter down 28. 15 R21 8.5V X2:69 X2:64 X2:65 1 2 RxD TxD CAN1+ 120 OHM CAN1− X44:27 X44:26 X44:31 X44:1 X44:56 X44:57 X44:59 X44:60 X44:30 X44:7 X44:9 X44:5 X44:58 X44:29 X44:23 X44:28 X44:54 X44:4 A83 X44:15 X44:38 X44:35 X44:14 X44:32 X44:36 X44:37 X44:41 X44:47 X44:46 X44:53 X44:33 X44:55 X44:65 X44:66 X44:67 X44:68 X44:3 Messtechnik−Rechner measurement calc.200mA 400 . hinten 15g Aufn.. measurement equipm. 6:17 − 31. 1..6VDC 6:15 Prop.r. vorne 15g Aufn. unit CAN3+ CAN3− KA MESX EVIB 0. v.06. motor printer control−unit BEM display measurem.06. Messtechnik 28. hinten 20g Aufn. Beschleunigungssensoren Beschleunigungssensoren Aufnehmer Verstellmotor Drucker Bedieneinheit BEM Display Messtechnik BOP acc. adjust.1 X2:48 X2:49 + − X2:66 X2:70 8:19 nur bei BEM X42:1 only at BEM X42:5 X42:3 X42:2 X1:32E X1:35E X2:77 P16 F1 F2 nur bei BTM+/BTM prof only at BTM+/BTM prof 1 1 1 F148 F146 X2:56 X2:53 X2:60 X2:57 FM4 10A 15A X2:71 2 2 2 CAN+ CAN− X1:32A X1:35A X48:2 X48:1 X49:2 X49:1 X2:78 P33 X2:67 X2:68 X4:C X4:E X4:D F148:2 B62 B62 +/sw +/sw 9:15 −/gg −/gg X47:A X47:B X42:6 X42:7 X42:8 X42:4 X74:3 X74:5 X74:4 −/sw nur bei BTM prof only at BTM prof 15g/bl 15g/bl 20g/br 20g/br 7:20 X2:57 CAN1− DIOS Platten B61 P11 +/rt 7:20 X48:3 X48:4 X49:3 X49:4 S/ws CAN1+ X74:1 X74:2 1 R20 2 X2:54 X2:55 X2:58 X2:59 X47:C AGND MESX Aufn. 400 . sensor front acc.l.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Variocontrol. Prop. vorne 20g X4:A X4:B 120 OHM Elektronik Leistung X2:50 X2:51 Erregerpos.

F148:2 8:4 CAN3− 8:18 8:18 CAN3+ CAN3+ 1 R242 CAN3− 120 OHM X2:61 X2:62 R25 1 2 120 OHM X4:N X4:M X75:7 X75:2 A87 USB−CAN Schnittst.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Bomag Compaction Management BCM 28.2004 Werner TS022 Bomag Compaction Management BCM 009 .06. USB−CAN Interface BCM X2:70 X76:1 X4:G P15 X76:2 X4:F X2:63 BCM 05 BCM 05 nur bei BCM only at BCM 8:20 31 31 10:1 28.06.

RH 28.75A 1. LH acc. working head lights 87 87a X1:23A X1:24A BEL 5:9 BL 5:9 13 BR 5:9 Schalter Arbeitsbele Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten rechts Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne rechts S16 14 connection working head Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten links Anschluß Arbeitsschein− Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne links working head lights. hazard light 0. X1:304 werfer ohne StvZO X1:311 X1:310 X1:319 X1:313 X1:312 X1:321 X1:314 X1:309 X1:303 X1:320 X1:322 13 23 01 01 S14 X1:84 X61:1 X61:3 X60:1 X59:5 X60:3 X59:3 X58:5 X58:3 X59:2 X58:2 Warnblinkschalter 14 24 BEL MESX 8:7 switch.42A 0. switch hazard light head light LH Parkleuchte links Blinkleuchte VL Blinkleuchte HR Anschluß Arbeitsscheinwerfer parking light.75A 4. RH indicator front.75A 1. working head lights. front lh. RH Scheinwerfer rechts Parkleuchte rechts Blinkleuchte HL head light RH parking light.75A 1. 8:3 K11:87 K11:87 8:19 30 30 X1:18E X1:26E X1:19E X1:25E X1:2 F11 F18 F07 F08 15A 10A 15A 15A 30 X1:301 X1:18A K06 X1:19A X1:25A X1:26A 10:4 X1:305 X1:83 Schalter StvZO 87 87a switch.42A 0. lights without StvZO working head lights.06. LH bei ROPS/SD Aufbau indicator front.6A K06 K16 X1:324 X61:2 X1:324 X61:4 X1:316 X59:6 X1:316 X59:6 X1:316 X59:6 X1:315 X58:6 X1:315 X58:6 X1:315 X58:6 X1:323 X60:2 X1:323 X60:4 H06 0.42A 0.2004 Werner illumination and StvZO 010 . StvZO 13 23 012 31 11 23 Anschluß Arbeitsschein− L0R werfer ohne StvZO L0R Schalter Blinker S37 connection working head X1:21E X1:22E switch indicator lights without StvZO 5 4 14 24 S15 F22 F19 32 12 24 15A 15A Anschluß Arbeitsscheinwerfer X1:306 X1:307 X1:21A E X1:22A D bei Kabine Connection head lights X1:302 X3:4 X3:5 with cabin 30 49L 49R STV1 11:17 A02 STV2 11:17 X1:23E X1:24E K16 30 31 82 L R 10:9 F09 F10 15A 15A switch.42A 1.125A X1:43 E16 1 E17 1 E13 1 E12 1 E14 1 E15 1 E27 1 E28 1 E23 1 E25 1 E08 1 E09 1 E10 1 E11 1 0.6A 4. rear rh. Warnbinkschalter 31 Scheinwerfer links tail light.125A 2 2 86 2 2 2 2 86 2 2 2 2 + 2 2 2 2 4. rear lh. front rh.06.6A 4. RH Connection head lights indicator rear.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Beleuchtung und StvZO 28.6A 4. LH illumination. working head lights.6A 85 85 − X3:1 9:20 11:1 31 10:10 Schlußleuchte links 10:2 Bel.to ROPS/SD Schlußleuchte rechts Blinkleuchte VR tail light. LH indicator rear.6A 4.

7A ZA X55:2 X56:2 option 12:18 KABINE 31 Relais Kabine Türkontaktschalter Tachograph Schalter Nachtleuchte relais cabin door switch tachograph switch.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Kabinenausrüstung. cabin 1 Tachographenmodul Kontrolleuchte E71 1 Innenleuchte module.8A 3.75A 0. night illumination X3:1 X3:2 Schalterbel.83A 15 K141 30 1 B51 + + 30 01W 7 2 01W 7 2 + + B51 1 S163 5 1 S38 5 01 01 E72 K32:86 11:16 E29 E70 − − − − 1 87 87a 2 2 2 1 2:19 31 S21 5 4 S20 5 4 Radio night illumination radio Nachtleuchte inside light.06.8. 10:20 31 31 12:1 11:6 Wascher hinten Wascher vorn 11:2 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorn washer rear washer front working head lights. Tachograph 28. front Wischer hinten Wischer vorne Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten Rundumkennleuchte windscreen wiper.6A 4. rear windscreen wiper.8A 3 5A 86 S86 + + + S158 I 15 + K32 E32 M05 M M04 M K141 M M 31 − − M07 − Abfallverzögert − M06 4 3 min 85 2. headlights. tachograph 011 . 13A switches interior lights + 7.9 2 B4 2 2 2 2 Schalter Innenleuche A01 VIB X3:18 5 3 C3 6:18 A5+A6 S45 TK − 3. K30 X3:6 2:14 K32:87 12:2 X3:7 K32 30 STV2 X3:8 10:13 11:1 10:13 STV1 87 87a G H A B C E F F143 F42 F43 F44 F130 F41 F144 15A 10A 15A 15A 10A 10A 15A 7 8 1 2 3 6 5 F42 12:8 F130 11:9 F130 F130 12:7 11:14 A12 1.6A 4.9A 4. switch illum.06. Beleuchtung. rear working head lights. rear rotary beacon 28.6A 4.2004 Werner cabin−equipment. radio. tachograph indicator R80 A2+A3 X3:17 X55:1 X56:1 X55:3 X56:3 X55:4 X56:4 4.6A 2 4 6 A1 Steckdose 4:3 P09 + 2 1 E28 1 E23 1 E25 1 XS socket SPEED TAC A16 E27 Heizung Heckscheibe 1 B3 12V − heating rear screen max. Radio.

heater 012 . heater große Stufe = 1. air conditioning. heating unit fuel pump heating unit Kabinenlüfter cab ventilator 28.−heater Steuergerät 5 control unit Schalter Kabinenlüfter 6 11 12 1 Regel aus = 0.5A pro Lüfter Y15 1 2 X17:4 V04 X1:168 3.06.5A pro Lüfter Stufe 3: 11.06.0A add. Zusatzheizung 28.5A 2 1 X1:164 11:20 31 31 Kabinenlüfter Klimakompressor Magnetventil Heizung Kraftstoffpumpe cab ventilator air conditioning compr. cab add.9A X3:13 Power Stufe = 2. solenoid valve. 11:19 K32:87 Potential 15 aus Kabine 11:17 F130 F42 Potential 15 aus Kabine 11:9 F31 D Potential 30 aus Kabine F40 H F15 A 20A 20A 5A 4 8 1 Bedienteil Kabinenheizung/Klimaanlage 1 2 3 12 11 13 14 16 X53:B X53:C control−unit cab−heater /air conditioning X54:4 X54:3 X54:2 Schalter Kabinenzusatzheizung 0123 4 3 2 S44 A72 switch.3A X53:M X53:H X53:L K09 30 X3:14 temperature sensor air conditioning 2:8 87 87a X1:167 10 9 5 6 8 7 4 15 temperature sensor heating unit X3:11 X3:10 X3:12 X3:9 X1:169 X18:1 Thermofühler Klimaan X19:1 Thermofühler Heizung B131 B103 1 X17:1 X1:163 X17:2 X1:165 X17:3 X1:166 1 _t _t 2 2 monitoring coolant pressure X19:2 X20:1 X18:2 B104 4 Überwachung Kühlmitt P LP 3 HP 1A X20:4 ge rt or ge rt or X20:3 Y138 1 1 X1:170 11:19 V06 Y14 KABINE 31 M09 M M09 M 5:9 KLIMA 2 2 Stromaufnahme Lüfter / current blower br br Stufe 1: 3.8A 6 2 1 3 Anlaufstrom beim Start = 8.0A pro Lüfter X20:2 Stufe 2: 4.67A S28 switch blower cabin X54:6 X54:11 X54:12 X54:1 Zusatzheizung mittleter Stufe = 1. add.2004 Werner cabin−heater.4A 0123 E30 Kleine Stufe = 0.2004 1 1 582 700 95 Seis Kabinenheizung. Klimaanlage.

1. front. Pf. lh. rear. rotary beacon 10A 9 F42 011 3 Sicherung Kabineninnenleuchte Fuse. Schlussl. work. rh. switch. Lenkwinkel vorn Sensor. starter switch 30A F15 012 18 Sicherung Heizgeraet Fuse.75A Bauteilliste E09 010 18 Blinkleuchte hinten links Indicator. charging air pressure B124 005 5 Geber Wasserstandsabscheider Diesel Sender. MAX. vorne li. working head lights.6A E23 011 18 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne links Working head light. MAX. MAX. hazard light 15A F08 010 18 Sicherung Blinker u.6A E29 011 3 Innenleuchte Kabine Inside light.75A E12 010 7 Parkleuchte links Parking light.2004 Seis 28. Motordrehzahl 2 EMR Trancducer. MAX. lh. engine speed 1 B115 003 11 Geber Ladeluftdruck Sender. 10A F10 010 8 Sicherung Park− u. rear. MAX. Fuse. rear 30A F23 002 18 Sicherung Signalhorn Fuse.−Oelfilter Pressure diff. night lamp 10A .42A E14 010 7 Parkleuchte rechts Parking light. 4. rechts Fuse. MAX. 0. inside light cab 10A F43 011 10 Sicherung Wischermotor hinten Fuse. MAX. heating unit 5A F18 010 5 Vorsicherung Arbeitsscheinw. rh. fr. rh. lh. vibration frequency. lh. front. engine speed 2 B131 012 10 Temperaturschalter Heizung Temperature switch. 1. head light 15A F09 010 6 Sicherung Park− u. front. heating B132 006 2 Inititator Armlehne links proximity switch left arm rest B134 007 17 Näherungsschalter Platten oben proximity switch. rear. 1.heating A80 005 3 Modul Datensammler modul data−collector A81 005 18 Anzeigeeinheit Display−Unit A83 008 6 Elektronik Messtechnik electronic measurement−equipment A87 009 15 USB−CAN Schnittstelle BCM USB−CAN Interface BCM Werner 28. air conditioning B104 012 7 Druckschalter Klimaanlage Pressure switch. Name Bl. lh. lh. front B21 005 2 Differenzdruckschalter Hydr. monitoring module 15A F31 012 3 Sicherung Kabinenluefter Fuse.75A E30 012 13 Heizgeraet Heating unit E32 011 19 Kennleuchte Warning light 5A E70 011 15 Nachtleuchte Night lamp 0. links Fuse. air cleaner B11 002 16 Signalhorn Warning horn B11 002 18 Signalhorn Warning horn B16 006 16 Aufnehmer Vibrationsfrequenz vorne Transducer. parking and tail light.6A E17 010 2 Scheinwerfer rechts Head light.6A E27 011 17 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten links Working head light.06. MAX. drum speed B60 004 2 Aufnehmer Achsgeschwindigkeit Sensor. front B88 003 6 Druckgeber Motoroel Sender. tachograph A34 004 6 Prozessorplatine Prozessing circuit board A34 006 5 Prozessorplatine Prozessing circuit board A45 006 9 Lenkrad Steering wheel A48 003 3 Elektronische Motorsteuerung Electronic engine management A54 007 17 Modul Pumpenansteuerung Modul pump control A72 012 11 Steuergeraet Klimaanlage. cabin 1. 15A F13 002 10 Sicherung Startschalter Fuse. head light. MAX.6A E25 010 12 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne rechts Working head light. speed range selection B59 004 4 Aufnehmer Bandagengeschwindigkeit Sensor. lh.42A E15 010 8 Schlussleuchte rechts Tail light. indicators a. lh. plate up B135 007 16 Näherungsschalter Platten mitte proximity switch. lh. rh. MAX. 4. head light. battery 125A F05 002 14 Sicherung Steckdose Fuse. engine oil pressure B103 012 7 Temperaturschalter Klimaanlage Temperature switch. 4. rh.6A E23 010 11 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne links Working head light. 4. MAX.6A E27 010 10 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten links Working head light. 4. angularity steering.30) 15A F84 004 9 Sicherung Steuerung (Klemme 54) Fuse.75A E11 010 19 Blinkleuchte hinten rechts Indicator.42A E13 010 6 Schlussleuchte links Tail light.6A E28 010 11 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten rechts Working head light. rh. cabin ventilator 20A F39 002 19 Hauptsicherung Kabine Main fuse. front. rear. MAX.6A E28 011 17 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten rechts Working head light. engine controller (internal) 15A FM1 006 6 Platinensicherung Multifuse MULTIFUSE FM2 006 5 Platinensicherung Multifuse MULTIFUSE 101 FM4 008 11 Platinensicherung Multifuse MULTIFUSE FM5 006 5 Platinensicherung Multifuse MULTIFUSE F130 011 15 Sicherung Nachtleuchte Fuse. Motordrehzahl 1 EMR Trancducer. 30A F19 010 12 Sicherung Arbeitsscheinw. oil filter B51 011 4 Lautsprecher Radio Speaker radio B51 011 6 Lautsprecher Radio Speaker radio B55 005 4 Kuehlmittelstand Ausgleichsbehaelter Coolant charge expansion tank B57 004 6 Neigungssensor Stufenumschaltung Slope sensor. axle speed B61 008 12 Aufnehmer Verstellzylinder Sensor. 4. rh. hydr.2004 B03 005 3 Unterdruckschalter Luftfilter Vacuum switch. 4. Benennung title TYP A02 010 17 Blinkrelais indicator relay A12 011 5 Radio Radio A16 011 6 Elektronik Tachograph Electronic system. driving pump B113 003 13 EMR Temperaturgeber Kuehlmittel EMR Temperature switch. lh. 4. 0. parking and tail light. ajustable zylinder B62 008 8 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor B62 008 10 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor B65 006 4 Sensor. water separator fuel B126 003 14 EMR Temperaturgeber Kraftstoff EMR fuel temperature sender B130 003 8 EMR Aufnehmer. socket 15A F07 010 15 Sicherung Warnblinker Fuse. controller (Pin 54) 10A F95 002 16 Sicherung Motormanagement intern Fuse. wipermotor rear 15A F44 011 13 Sicherung Wischermotor vorn Fuse. front. controller (pot.6A E25 011 19 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne rechts Working head light. rear. 1. Heizung Control unit.83A E71 011 3 Kontrolleuchte Schalter Heckscheibenheizung indicator light switch rear screen 1. front. Schlussl. glow plug system 125A 582 700 95 F67 004 7 Sicherung Steuerung (Potential 30) Fuse. 10A F11 010 2 Sicherung Scheinwerfer links Fuse.75A E10 010 19 Blinkleuchte vorne rechts Indicator. MAX. working head light. air conditioning B112 004 3 Druckgeber Fahrpumpe pressure sender. cab 15A F40 012 13 Sicherung Kabinenheizung Fuse. plate middle component listing E08 010 17 Blinkleuchte vorne links Indicator. main. rear. Arbeitsscheinw. collant B114 003 7 EMR Aufnehmer. rh. Fuse. 0.06. 0. MAX. lh. rh. 4. heating unit cab 20A F41 011 19 Sicherung Rundumkennleuchte Fuse. 4. work. wipermotor front 15A F48 002 3 Sicherung Gluehanlage Fuse.air conditioning. lh.75A E72 011 16 Beleuchtung Bedienschalter illum. warning horn 15A 1 F24 005 2 Sicherung Ueberwachungsmodul Fuse. Switches F00 002 4 Hauptsicherung Batterie Fuse. vorne Primary fuse.42A E16 010 2 Scheinwerfer links Head light. front. 30A F22 010 10 Sicherung Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten Fuse. rh.

working head lights. air conditioning BOSCHW K11 002 10 Relais Klemme 30 auf 15 Relay. windscreen wiper. vibration. hazard light LED ROT H07 006 16 Warnsummer Betriebsstoerung Warning buzzer. front S14 010 15 Warnblinkschalter Switch. S09 007 8 Vibrationsschalter vorne Switch. glow plug system TYCOX K16 010 9 Relais Scheinwerfer vorne Relay. heating rear screen BOSCHW M01 002 11 Starter Starter 2. cabin ventilator S45 011 3 Schalter Kabineninnenleuchte Switch. starting current BOSCHW K06 010 4 Relais Scheinwerfer hinten Relay. warning horn S06 004 10 Sitzkontaktschalter links Switch.2004 K05 007 3 Relais Startstrom Relay. front MAX. breakdown 0. lh. front S21 011 10 Schalter Scheibenwischer hinten Switch. fast−slow S44 012 3 Schalter Kabinenluefter Switch. Benennung title TYP F143 011 2 Sicherung Heckscheibenheizung fuse rear screen heating unit 15A F144 011 20 Sicherung Kabinensteckdose Fuse cabin−socket 15A F145 007 18 Sicherung Anhängeplatten fuse vibration plates 15A F146 008 5 Sicherung Steuerung MESX (Potential 30) Fuse Controller (Pot.06.9A M06 011 13 Scheibenwaschermotor vorne Windscreen washer motor. charge control BOSCHW K141 011 16 Relais Heckscheibenheizung relay. lh. rear MAX. front S20 011 13 Schalter Scheibenwischer vorne Switch. indicator S38 011 19 Schalter Kennleuchte Switch. 15) 10A G01 002 3 Batterie Battery 103A G02 002 5 Generator Generator G03 002 4 Batterie Battery 103A H06 010 15 Meldeleuchte Warnblinker Indicator light. rear BOSCHW K09 002 8 Relais Klimageraet Relay..3 KW M04 011 12 Scheibenwischermotor vorne Windscreen wiper motor. warning light S42 007 11 Stufenumschalter schnell−langsam Speed range selector. Pf.2004 Seis 28. varimatic P33 008 18 Opus 21 Opus 21 component listing R03 005 6 Geber Tankanzeige Sender. travel control lever S64 007 10 Schalter Schwimmstellung Switch.15A H14 004 11 Warnsummer Rueckwaertsfahrt Back−up alarm buzzer MAX O. cabin night lamp S163 011 16 Schalter Heckscheibenheizung switch rear screen heating unit 2 V01 002 7 Diode Diode FE5B V02 002 17 Diode Diode FE5B V03 002 18 Diode Diode FE5B V04 012 8 Diode Diode FE5B 9 V06 012 9 Diode Diode X1:1 002 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:2 004 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 582 700 95 X1:2 010 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:3 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:4 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:7 002 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:8 002 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 102 X1:9 002 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:10 002 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:37 006 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX . hazard light S15 010 4 Beleuchtungsschalter StVZO Switch. cabin BOSCHW K43 006 12 Relais Vibration Relay.46A Werner 28. 13A S00 002 10 Startschalter Starter switch S01 002 16 Schalter NOT AUS Switch.7A M05 011 10 Scheibenwischermotor hinten Windscreen wiper motor. windscreen wiper. S120 005 17 Schalter Motordrehzahl Switch. lighting StVZO S16 010 4 Schalter Arbeitsbeleuchtung vorne Switch. level gauge 0 .8A M07 011 11 Scheibenwaschermotor hinten Windscreen washer motor. rear 2. seat contact.8A M09 012 3 Kabinenluefter Cabin ventilator M09 012 4 Kabinenluefter Cabin ventilator P07 008 15 Omegameter Omegameter P09 011 8 Frequenz− und Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Frequency− and Speedometer P11 008 14 Drucker Printer P15 009 16 BCM 03 Bildschirm BCM 03 terminal P16 008 16 Diagnose. frequency control S158 011 15 Schalter Nachtbeleuchtung Switch. 67 OHM R19 002 2 Heizflansch heater flange 167A Bauteilliste R20 004 15 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R20 008 17 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R21 004 15 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R21 008 17 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R22 004 12 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R23 004 12 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R24 009 15 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R25 009 15 Widerstand Resistor 120 OHM R80 011 2 Heizung Heckscheibe heating rear screen MAX. 3. cabin heating S30 002 3 Batterietrennschalter Switch. 30) 15A F148 008 2 Sicherung Steuerung MESX (Potential 15) Fuse Controller (Pot. engine speed S139 005 19 Schalter Frequenzverstellung Switch. float position S86 011 3 Schalter Tuer. steering system BOSCHW K57 006 9 Relais Lenkung Relay. vibration low/high S36 007 11 Vibrationsschalter Switch. front 4. frequency control S139 007 13 Schalter Frequenzverstellung Switch. vibration BOSCHW K48 007 2 Relais Fahrhebel 0−Stellung Relay. front BOSCHW K32 011 1 Relais Kabine Relay. Variomatic Diagnostics. vibration S37 010 18 Schalter Blinker Switch. head lights. rear S28 012 18 Schalter Kabinenheizung Switch. Name Bl.06. emergency off NOTAUSH S03 002 18 Taster Signalhorn Push button. battery disconnect S35 007 7 Vibrationsschalter klein/gross Switch. cabin inside light S55 007 6 Schalter Fahrhebel Switch. terminal 30 to 15 BOSCHL K14 003 19 Relais Vorgluehen Relay. travel lever 0−position BOSCHW K56 006 8 Relais Lenkung Relay. steering system BOSCHW K61 002 6 Relais Ladekontrolle Relay. 3. head lights. links Switch door.

2004 Seis 28.2004 X1:50 004 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:51 004 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:52 004 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:53 004 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:54 004 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:55 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:56 006 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:57 006 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:58 006 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:59 006 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:60 006 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:61 006 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:79 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:80 005 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:82 004 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:82 005 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:82 006 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:82 008 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:83 010 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:84 010 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:85 008 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:86 005 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:87 005 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:88 005 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:89 006 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:94 005 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:94 005 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:95 003 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:96 003 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX component listing X1:97 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:98 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX Bauteilliste X1:101 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:102 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:103 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:104 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:105 005 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:106 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:107 005 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:108 005 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:109 002 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:110 002 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:111 005 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:112 005 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:113 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:114 004 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:115 006 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:116 006 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:117 004 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:117 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:117 005 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:117 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:118 006 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:119 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:120 004 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:121 004 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:122 004 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:123 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:123 004 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:123 004 13 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:124 004 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:141 004 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:142 004 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:142 004 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:143 004 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:143 004 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:143 004 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:144 004 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:144 004 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 3 X1:145 004 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:146 004 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:147 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:148 006 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:149 004 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 9 X1:149 005 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:149 006 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:149 007 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:150 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 582 700 95 X1:151 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:152 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:153 007 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:154 005 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:154 006 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 103 X1:155 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:156 007 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:157 007 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX .06.06. Pf. Benennung title TYP X1:38 006 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:39 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:40 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:41 005 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:41 006 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:42 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:42 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:43 010 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:44 004 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:45 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:46 004 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:47 004 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:48 004 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:49 004 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX Werner 28. Name Bl.

06.2004 Seis 28.2004 X1:169 012 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:16A 002 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:16E 002 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:170 012 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:171 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:172 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:173 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:174 004 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:175 004 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:176 004 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:177 004 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:178 004 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:179 003 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:17A 004 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:17E 004 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:180 003 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:181 003 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:182 003 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:183 003 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:184 003 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:185 003 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:186 003 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:187 006 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:188 006 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:189 006 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:18A 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:18E 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:190 006 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:195 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX component listing X1:196 006 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:197 006 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX Bauteilliste X1:197 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:198 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:199 006 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:19A 010 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:19E 010 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:200 006 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:200 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:201 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:202 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:203 006 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:205 006 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:206 006 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:207 006 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:208 006 11 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:209 007 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:210 007 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:211 007 14 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:212 007 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:213 007 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:214 007 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:21A 010 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:21E 010 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:22A 010 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:22E 010 12 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:23A 010 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:23E 010 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:24A 010 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:24E 010 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:25A 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:25E 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:26A 010 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:26E 010 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:27A 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:27E 002 16 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:28A 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:28E 002 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:29A 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 4 X1:29E 005 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:301 010 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:302 010 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:303 010 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:304 010 15 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 9 X1:305 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:306 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:307 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:309 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 582 700 95 X1:30A 002 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:30E 002 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:310 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:311 010 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:312 010 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX 104 X1:313 010 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:314 010 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:315 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX . Pf. Name Bl.06. Benennung title TYP X1:158 004 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:159 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:15A 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:15E 002 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:160 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:161 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:162 006 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:163 012 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:164 012 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:165 012 3 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:166 012 4 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:167 012 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:168 002 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:168 012 10 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX Werner 28.

ROPS/SR X3:6 011 2 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. X2:63 008 13 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:63 009 18 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:49 008 19 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. measurem. cabin/ROPS X3:9 012 3 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. measurem. X2:48 008 18 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X4:N 009 15 KABINENST. ROPS/SR X3:1 011 10 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn.equipm. con.06.equipm. X2:59 008 10 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. measurem.equipm. X2:60 008 13 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:75 008 10 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:65 008 14 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip.equipm. X2:70 009 18 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. MESST. measurem. measurem. X4:B 008 14 KABINENST. X2:57 008 10 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. con. X2:51 008 18 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. MESST. X2:62 009 16 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:73 008 11 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:64 008 14 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:11 012 4 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. con.06. Bauteilliste X2:68 008 12 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:57 008 2 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. Benennung title TYP X1:315 010 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:315 010 17 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:316 010 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:316 010 7 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:316 010 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:319 010 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:31A 007 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:31E 007 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:320 010 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:321 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:322 010 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:323 010 6 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:323 010 18 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:324 010 8 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX Werner 28. X2:61 009 15 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X3:1 010 11 STECKER ROPS/SD conn. cabin/ROPS X3:2 011 10 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. cabin/ROPS X3:18 011 6 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn.equipm. con. X2:50 008 17 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:13 012 7 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. MESST. X2:69 008 12 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:7 011 2 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. Pf. component listing X2:66 008 14 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip.2004 X1:324 010 19 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:32A 008 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:32E 008 2 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:34A 004 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:34E 004 9 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:35A 008 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X1:35E 008 5 WAGO ZENTRALELEKTRIK WAGO E−BOX X2:47 008 18 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:55 008 8 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X4:A 008 14 KABINENST. con. X2:53 008 8 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:56 008 7 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:12 012 4 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. X4:D 008 14 KABINENST. measurem. X2:77 008 11 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. ROPS/SR X3:5 010 12 STECKER ROPS/SD conn.equipm. MESST. X2:58 008 9 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. MESST. con. backupalarm XS 002 19 Steckdose Socket 582 700 95 XS 011 20 Steckdose Socket X10:2 005 6 STECKER TAUCHROHRGEBE connector fuel level sensor X10:3 005 6 STECKER TAUCHROHRGEBE connector fuel level sensor X14:A 004 10 STECKER SITZKONTAKT connector seat contact switch X14:B 004 10 STECKER SITZKONTAKT connector seat contact switch 105 X15:1 004 13 STECKER FAHRPUMPE RÜC connectoe driving pump back X15:2 004 13 STECKER FAHRPUMPE RÜC connectoe driving pump back X16:1 004 12 STECKER FAHRPUMPE VOR connector driving pump front . vibration small X8:1 005 5 STECKER WASSERABSCHEI connector water separator 9 X8:2 005 5 STECKER WASSERABSCHEI connector water separator X9:1 004 11 STECKER RÜCKFAHRALARM conn. X4:C 008 14 KABINENST. con. measurem. Name Bl. measurem. X2:67 008 11 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X4:F 009 18 KABINENST. X2:54 008 7 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X4:E 008 15 KABINENST. MESST. vibration big X7:1 006 15 STECKER VIBRATION KLE conn. backupalarm X9:2 004 11 STECKER RÜCKFAHRALARM conn. X2:76 008 10 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X2:60 008 9 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. measurem. vibration small X7:2 006 14 STECKER VIBRATION KLE conn. con. MESST. MESST. cabin/ROPS X3:8 011 2 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn.equipm.equipm.2004 Seis 28.equipm. X2:70 008 15 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. X4:M 009 16 KABINENST. cabin/ROPS X3:17 011 6 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. cabin/ROPS X3:10 012 3 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. MESST. X2:74 008 11 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:3 002 19 SETCKER KABINE/ROPS Con cabin/ROPS X3:4 010 10 STECKER ROPS/SD conn. X4:G 009 18 KABINENST. vibration big X6:2 006 14 STECKER VIBRATION GRO conn. 5 X6:1 006 13 STECKER VIBRATION GRO conn. X2:78 008 11 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. cabin/ROPS X3:14 012 10 STECKER KABINE/ROPS conn. X2:71 008 13 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip. con. X2:66 008 14 WAGO−MESSTECHNIK Wago−measurement equip.

pressuresitch air−cond. X18:2 012 10 STECKER THERMOFÜHLER conn. FAHRSTUFENSCHALTE connector switch speed ranges X25:3 007 11 ST.2004 X21:2 005 4 STECKER KÜHLMITTEL connector coolant sensor X22:1 006 16 ST. anti−ice air−cond.06. pressuresitch air−cond. blower X18:1 012 10 STECKER THERMOFÜHLER conn. blower X17:2 012 3 STECKER LÜFTER HKL conn. KLI conn. blower X17:3 012 4 STECKER LÜFTER HKL conn. X19:2 012 7 STECKER EISSCHUTZ HKL conn. Pf. KLI conn. Benennung title TYP X16:2 004 12 STECKER FAHRPUMPE VOR connector driving pump front X17:1 012 3 STECKER LÜFTER HKL conn. X20:3 012 7 STECKER DRUCKSCH. sender temp. blower X17:4 012 5 STECKER LÜFTER HKL conn. X20:2 012 7 STECKER DRUCKSCH. FAHRSTUFENSCHALTE connector switch speed ranges X26:1 005 8 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:2 005 8 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:3 005 2 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:4 005 9 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:5 005 2 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:6 005 9 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:7 005 7 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:8 005 3 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:9 005 7 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:10 005 4 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:11 005 9 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X26:12 005 12 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:1 005 11 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:2 005 6 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:3 005 10 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:4 005 5 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:5 005 11 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:6 005 9 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:7 005 10 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:8 005 2 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:9 005 5 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector component listing X27:10 005 10 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X27:11 005 10 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector Bauteilliste X27:12 005 10 STECKER DATENSAMMLER connector data collector X28:1 005 16 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X28:2 005 13 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X28:3 005 13 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X28:4 005 14 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X28:5 005 16 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X28:6 005 17 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 1 connector LC−display 1 X29:1 005 14 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:2 005 14 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:3 005 15 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:4 005 15 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:5 005 17 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:6 005 17 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:7 005 18 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X29:8 005 17 STECKER LC−DISPLAY 2 connector LC−display 2 X30:1 003 5 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:2 003 5 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:3 003 8 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:4 003 7 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:5 003 7 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:10 003 2 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:11 003 2 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:12 003 3 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:13 003 3 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:14 003 2 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:15 003 7 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:17 003 6 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:22 003 5 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:23 003 6 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:24 003 6 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X30:25 003 6 EMR−Stecker Fahrzeug EMR−connector compactor X31:1 003 16 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:2 003 17 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:3 003 17 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:4 003 12 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:5 003 14 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:6 003 15 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine 6 X31:7 003 17 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:8 003 13 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:9 003 13 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:10 003 8 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:11 003 8 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine 9 X31:12 003 7 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:13 003 7 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:14 003 9 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:15 003 9 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine 582 700 95 X31:16 003 11 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:17 003 10 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:18 003 10 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:19 003 10 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:20 003 6 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine 106 X31:21 003 6 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:22 003 6 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:23 003 11 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine .2004 Seis 28. VIBRATIONSAUFNEHM connector vibration sensor X22:3 006 17 ST. VIBRATIONSAUFNEHM connector vibration sensor X22:4 006 16 ST. VIBRATIONSAUFNEHM connector vibration sensor X25:2 007 11 ST. pressuresitch air−cond. FAHRSTUFENSCHALTE connector switch speed ranges X25:4 007 10 ST.06. X20:4 012 7 STECKER DRUCKSCH. X20:1 012 7 STECKER DRUCKSCH. X21:1 005 4 STECKER KÜHLMITTEL connector coolant sensor Werner 28. pressuresitch air−cond. anti−ice air−cond. Name Bl. sender temp. KLI conn. KLI conn. VIBRATIONSAUFNEHM connector vibration sensor X22:2 006 17 ST. X19:1 012 7 STECKER EISSCHUTZ HKL conn.

wire harn. e−box X37:B 002 12 ST. X41:4 006 8 ST. OPUS21 . OPUS21 107 X42:2 008 18 STECKER OPUS21 conn. X41:2 006 8 ST. Benennung title TYP X31:24 003 11 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X31:25 003 12 EMR−Stecker Motor EMR−connector engine X32:A 003 2 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X32:B 003 3 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X32:G 003 3 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X32:H 003 3 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X32:K 003 2 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X32:L 003 2 EMR − Diagnose EMR−diagnosis X33:1 003 19 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:2 003 18 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:3 003 18 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:4 003 19 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:5 003 18 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:6 003 19 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II Werner 28. wire harn. wire harn. X41:6 006 11 ST. X41:3 006 8 ST. wire harn. steer. Pf. steer. steer. wire harn. Name Bl. OPUS21 X42:4 008 18 STECKER OPUS21 conn. steer. X41:8 006 11 ST. ZÜNDSCHLOSS E−KAS connector ignition switch.06. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. e−box X38:A 002 12 STECKER STARTER E−KAS connector starter.06. steer. OPUS21 X42:3 008 19 STECKER OPUS21 conn. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. X41:7 006 11 ST. steer. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. wire harn. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. 582 700 95 X41:5 006 11 ST. steer. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn. steer. ZÜNDSCHLOSS E−KAS connector ignition switch. e−Box X39:1 006 9 STECKER 1 LENKRAD connector 1 steering unit X39:2 006 10 STECKER 1 LENKRAD connector 1 steering unit X39:3 006 10 STECKER 1 LENKRAD connector 1 steering unit 7 X39:4 006 9 STECKER 1 LENKRAD connector 1 steering unit X40:1 006 9 STECKER 2 LENKRAD connector 2 steering unit X40:2 006 10 STECKER 2 LENKRAD connector 2 steering unit X40:3 006 10 STECKER 2 LENKRAD connector 2 steering unit X40:4 006 9 STECKER 2 LENKRAD connector 2 steering unit 9 X41:1 006 8 ST. LENKRADKABELBAUM conn.2004 X33:7 003 17 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X33:8 003 20 Trennstelle EMR II conector EMR II X34:A 004 14 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:B 004 16 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:C 004 12 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:D 004 13 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:G 004 10 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:H 004 11 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:J 006 3 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:N 003 5 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:P 002 14 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X34:R 005 2 DIAGNOSESTECKER ESX connector diagnosis ESX X35:1 006 4 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:2 006 12 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:3 006 16 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:4 004 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:5 004 10 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:12 004 3 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:15 004 10 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:16 006 10 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:17 006 18 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:18 006 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:19 006 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:20 006 4 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:21 006 3 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:22 006 10 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:23 006 5 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:24 004 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:25 006 8 ESX STECKER esx connector component listing X35:26 004 16 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:27 004 15 ESX STECKER esx connector Bauteilliste X35:28 004 2 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:29 006 4 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:30 004 9 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:31 004 5 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:33 004 13 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:34 004 5 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:35 006 17 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:37 004 5 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:38 004 2 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:40 006 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:41 006 11 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:46 004 15 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:47 004 16 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:48 006 14 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:49 004 12 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:53 004 12 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:54 004 9 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:55 004 18 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:56 004 7 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:57 004 7 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:58 004 8 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:59 004 8 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:60 004 8 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:61 006 17 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:64 004 13 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:65 004 18 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:66 004 19 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:67 004 19 ESX STECKER esx connector X35:68 004 19 ESX STECKER esx connector X36:A 002 4 EINSPEISUNG SCHALTKAS supply e−box X36:B 002 5 EINSPEISUNG SCHALTKAS supply e−box X37:A 002 10 ST. wire harn.2004 Seis 28. X42:1 008 18 STECKER OPUS21 conn. wire harn.

X50:3 007 13 ST. plate−freq.2004 X44:23 008 11 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:26 008 18 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:27 008 17 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:28 008 2 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:29 008 7 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:30 008 9 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:31 008 8 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:32 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:33 008 18 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:35 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:36 008 6 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:37 008 6 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:38 008 4 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:41 008 7 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:46 008 11 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:47 008 10 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:53 008 17 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:54 008 6 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:55 008 13 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:56 008 4 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:57 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:58 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:59 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:60 008 6 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:65 008 13 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:66 008 13 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:67 008 14 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:68 008 14 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X47:A 008 11 STECKER AUFN. sender rear X49:3 008 9 STECKER AUFN. OPUS21 X42:8 008 19 STECKER OPUS21 conn. HINTEN conn. wiper front X56:2 011 13 STECKER WISCHER VORNE conn. Name Bl. heating controller X54:6 012 7 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. sender front X49:1 008 10 STECKER AUFN. wiper front X57:1 003 15 Stecker Motor connector engine 8 X57:2 003 13 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:3 003 14 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:4 003 12 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:5 003 14 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:6 003 15 Stecker Motor connector engine 9 X57:8 003 13 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:9 003 13 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:10 003 8 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:11 003 8 Stecker Motor connector engine 582 700 95 X57:12 003 7 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:13 003 7 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:14 003 9 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:15 003 9 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:16 003 11 Stecker Motor connector engine 108 X57:17 003 10 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:18 003 10 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:19 003 10 Stecker Motor connector engine . conn. HINTEN conn. X50:2 007 13 ST. VORNE conn. heating controller X54:3 012 10 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn.06. blowerswitch X53:L 012 3 STECKER LÜFTERSCHALTE conn. sender front X48:4 008 8 STECKER AUFN. plate−freq. sender front X48:2 008 7 STECKER AUFN. conn. 1 LENKRADKABELBAU connector 1 steering wiring X51:3 006 2 ST. PLATTENFREQ. wiper front X56:4 011 12 STECKER WISCHER VORNE conn.2004 Seis 28. PLEIGER conn. heating controller X54:2 012 11 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. OPUS21 X42:6 008 18 STECKER OPUS21 conn. sender PLEIGER Bauteilliste X48:1 008 8 STECKER AUFN. VORNE conn. sender PLEIGER X47:C 008 12 STECKER AUFN. blowerswitch X53:H 012 4 STECKER LÜFTERSCHALTE conn. OPUS21 X42:7 008 19 STECKER OPUS21 conn. heating controller X54:11 012 10 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. Benennung title TYP X42:5 008 19 STECKER OPUS21 conn. VORNE conn. wiper front X56:3 011 13 STECKER WISCHER VORNE conn. PLEIGER conn. PLEIGER conn. sender front X48:3 008 7 STECKER AUFN. blowerswitch X53:M 012 3 STECKER LÜFTERSCHALTE conn. heating controller X55:1 011 11 STECKER WISCHER HINTE connector wiper rear X55:2 011 10 STECKER WISCHER HINTE connector wiper rear X55:3 011 10 STECKER WISCHER HINTE connector wiper rear X55:4 011 10 STECKER WISCHER HINTE connector wiper rear X56:1 011 14 STECKER WISCHER VORNE conn. sender rear X49:2 008 9 STECKER AUFN. PLATTENFREQ. Pf. 1 LENKRADKABELBAU connector 1 steering wiring X51:2 006 1 ST.06. HINTEN conn. plate−freq. sender PLEIGER component listing X47:B 008 12 STECKER AUFN. HINTEN conn. VORNE conn. 1 LENKRADKABELBAU connector 1 steering wiring X52:1 004 3 STECKER DRUCKSENSOR connector pressure sensor X52:2 004 3 STECKER DRUCKSENSOR connector pressure sensor X53:B 012 3 STECKER LÜFTERSCHALTE conn. blowerswitch X53:C 012 4 STECKER LÜFTERSCHALTE conn. sender rear X49:4 008 10 STECKER AUFN. blowerswitch X54:1 012 11 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. heating controller X54:4 012 10 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. heating controller X54:12 012 11 STECKER HEIZSTEUERUNG conn. conn. OPUS21 X43:1 006 2 STECKER SCHALTER ARML connector switch arm rest X43:2 006 1 STECKER SCHALTER ARML connector switch arm rest X44:1 008 13 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:3 008 15 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:4 008 14 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:5 008 14 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:7 008 10 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:9 008 12 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:14 008 5 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker X44:15 008 4 MESX STECKER MESX Stecker Werner 28. PLATTENFREQ. sender rear X50:1 007 13 ST. X51:1 006 2 ST.

heating unit 1A Y140 008 10 Magnetventil Erreger auf solenoid valve exciter up 0. vibrat. lift plates MAX. DIOS−plates X62:14 007 20 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. steering (Y1) MAX. speed range sel. plate displace right MAX. STVZO FL X58:6 010 17 STECKER STVZO VL Con. DIOS−plates X62:5 007 16 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.2A Y98 007 14 Magnetventil Vibrationsfrequenz. PROP. plate (priority) MAX. STVZO FR Werner 28. SUB−D BCM X75:7 009 15 SUB−D STECKER BCM INT con. plate−pump X74:1 008 14 STECKER DRUCKER con. travel direction backw. front 0. STVZO FL X58:6 010 7 STECKER STVZO VL Con. 1. STVZO FL X58:3 010 7 STECKER STVZO VL Con.2A Y141 008 11 Magnetventil Erreger ab solenoid valve exciter down 0.2A Y142 007 18 Magnetventil Plattenverschieben Links solenoid valve. 0. BCM con. STVZO FR X59:6 010 7 STECKER STVZO VR Con. STVZO BL X61:1 010 19 STECKER STVZO HR Con. plate−pump X72:2 007 14 ST. printer Bauteilliste X74:4 008 15 STECKER DRUCKER con. 1. 1. DIOS−plates X62:3 007 18 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con... printer X74:5 008 14 STECKER DRUCKER con.4 .2A Y31 004 16 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung hinten Solenoid valve. Power−sup. STVZO FR X59:6 010 19 STECKER STVZO VR Con. 0.2A Y14 012 14 Kraftstoffpumpe Heizgeraet Fuel pump. Name Bl.2A Y17 004 12 Magnetventil Fahrtrichtung rueckwaerts Solenoid valve. STVZO BR X61:4 010 8 STECKER STVZO HR Con. DIOS−plates X62:7 007 18 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.2A Y92 006 7 Magnetventil Lenkung vorne rechts Solenoid valve. travel direction forw. 1.2A Y112 006 4 Magnetventil Lenkung (Y1) Solenoid valve. 1. printer X74:3 008 14 STECKER DRUCKER con. PROP.5A Y16 004 13 Magnetventil Fahrtrichtung vorwaerts Solenoid valve. BCM X76:2 009 17 STECKER VERS. 1.8A Y07 006 15 Magnetventil Vibration vorne gross Solenoid valve.. vibration.4 .4 . 1.4 . Benennung title TYP X57:20 003 6 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:21 003 6 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:22 003 6 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:23 003 11 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:24 003 11 Stecker Motor connector engine X57:25 003 12 Stecker Motor connector engine X58:2 010 17 STECKER STVZO VL Con. 1. STVZO FR X60:1 010 18 STECKER STVZO HL Con. low 0. DIOS−plates X72:1 007 14 ST.. Pf. plate swimming−position MAX.. steering (Y2) MAX.4 . DIOS−plates X62:2 007 19 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.. 3. printer X75:2 009 16 SUB−D STECKER BCM INT con. 1. steering. SUB−D BCM X76:1 009 17 STECKER VERS.. STVZO FL X58:6 010 2 STECKER STVZO VL Con. front rh.4 . DIOS−plates X62:6 007 17 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.2A Y08 006 13 Magnetventil Vibration vorne klein Solenoid valve. air conditioning compr. 1.−PUMPE PLATT con. STVZO FR X59:3 010 7 STECKER STVZO VR Con. 1.4 . STVZO BL X60:3 010 6 STECKER STVZO HL Con. 1. 1.. DIOS−plates X62:12 007 17 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.8A Y113 006 3 Magnetventil Lenkung (Y2) Solenoid valve. DIOS−plates X62:9 007 18 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.06. front lh.8A Y123 007 17 Magnetventil Platten senken Solenoid valve. STVZO FR X59:6 010 2 STECKER STVZO VR Con. front.4 .. Power−sup. 1. vibration.rear 0.−PUMPE PLATT con.4 .2A Y93 006 6 Magnetventil Lenkung vorne links Solenoid valve. heating unit Y15 012 7 Magnetkupplung Klimakompressor Magnetic clutch. rear 0. plate displace left MAX. printer component listing X74:2 008 14 STECKER DRUCKER con. STVZO BL X60:4 010 6 STECKER STVZO HL Con.2004 Seis 28.. 0.4 .8A 99 582 700 95 109 . high 0. 0.2A Y30 004 15 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung vorn Solenoid valve. BCM con.2004 X59:5 010 2 STECKER STVZO VR Con. BCM Y04 006 17 Magnetventil Bremse Solenoid valve.06. speed range sel.8A Y145 007 20 Magnetventil Platten (Priorität) solenoid−valve.8A Y122 007 16 Magnetventil Platten heben Solenoid valve. DIOS−plates X62:4 007 16 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. 1. STVZO BR X62:1 007 19 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. hinten Solenoid valve.. 1.8A Y143 007 18 Magnetventil Plattenverschieben rechts solenoid−valve. brake MAX. DIOS−plates X62:10 007 18 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. STVZO FL X58:5 010 2 STECKER STVZO VL Con.. STVZO BL X60:2 010 18 STECKER STVZO HL Con. DIOS−plates X62:11 007 16 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. DIOS−plates X62:13 007 19 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con. front..freq. STVZO FL X59:2 010 19 STECKER STVZO VR Con. STVZO BR X61:3 010 8 STECKER STVZO HR Con..8A Y144 007 19 Magnetventil Platten Schwimmstellung solenoid−valve.4 . 1. steering.8A Y137 003 10 EMR Verstellung EMR adjustment Y138 012 10 Magnetveentil Heizung Solenoid valve. STVZO BR X61:2 010 19 STECKER STVZO HR Con. let down plates MAX. 1. 1. 1. DIOS−plates X62:8 007 18 STECKER DIOS PLATTEN con.

f.226 DH/BVC-4 Replaces: Sheet No.: 201 Name: Werner overview e-box BW 177. X38 X36 X37 X1:301… X1:324 X1:79 … X1:214 A80 X1:1 … X1:61 Nur bei StvzO only acc..226 DH/BVC-4 page: 1 from: 2 582 700 95 Gepr.: 28...2004 Seite: 1 von: 2 Name: Seis Übersicht Schaltkasten BW 177.: 28.. To StvZO illumination A02 K05 K16 K06 K11 K09 K43 K48 K61 B57 K57 K56 X32:1-12 X34:1-19 Gez.06.06.2004 Ers.: Blatt Nr.: 201 .

: Blatt Nr.2004 Ers.. X2:47 … X2:78 CAN 1 A34 Fahrsteuerung CAN 2 EMR + Fahrhebel LCD + CAN 1 Datensammler + OPUS 21 A83 Messtechnik Steuerung CAN 3 BCM Gez.06.: 201 Name: Werner overview e-box door BW 177.: 28.2004 Seite: 2 von: 2 Name: Seis Übersicht Schaltkasten-Tür BW 177.: 201 .266 DH-4 Replaces: Sheet No.226 DH-4/BVC page: 2 from: 2 582 700 95 Gepr.06. f....: 28.

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