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SENR2986-13

December 2011

Specifications
Systems Operation
Testing and Adjusting
740 Articulated Truck, 768C, 769C,
769D, 772B, 773B, 773D, 773E, 773F,
776, 776B, 776C, 776D, 777, 777B,
777C, 777D, 777F, 784B, 784C, 785,
785B, 785C, 785D, 789, 789B, 789C,
789D, 793, 793B, 793C and 793D
Off-Highway Trucks and 771C, 771D,
775B, 775D, 775E and 775F Quarry
Trucks Automatic Electronic Traction
Aid (AETA)

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Table of Contents

Parking Brake Release Pressure - Test..................... 86
Table of Contents Parking Brake Control Pressure - Test ...................... 91
Parking and Secondary Brake Release System
Leakage - Check ................................................... 96
Specifications Section
Index Section
Traction Control Valve ................................................. 5
Traction Control Valve ................................................. 7 Index ....................................................................... 98
Traction Control Valve ................................................. 8
Speed Sensor ........................................................... 9
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 11
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 13
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 14
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 16
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 18
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 20
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 22
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 24
Speed Sensor ......................................................... 26
Speed Sensor (Transmission) ................................ 27
Speed Sensor (Transmission) ................................ 28
Pressure Switch (Air) .............................................. 30
Pressure Switch (Air) .............................................. 30

Systems Operation Section
General Information ................................................ 31
General Information ................................................ 34
Electronic Control Module (Traction Control
System) ................................................................. 37
Switches.................................................................. 38
Switches.................................................................. 39
Sensors ................................................................... 39
Solenoid Valves .........................................................39
Transmission Speed Distributor.............................. 41
Traction Control Valve ...............................................42
Traction Control Valve ...............................................42

Testing and Adjusting Section
Electrical System
General Information ................................................ 44
General Information ................................................ 45
Functional Test ................................................................ 46
Functional Test ................................................................ 46
Control Box Lamp Checks ...................................... 48
Control Box Lamp Checks ...................................... 52
Service Tools .................................................................56
Troubleshooting Methods ....................................... 57
Lamp Checks .......................................................... 57
Problems ................................................................. 61
System Schematic .................................................. 68
System Schematic .................................................. 71

Hydraulic System
Machine Preparation for Troubleshooting............... 72
Machine Preparation for Troubleshooting............... 75
Towing ............................................................................77
Towing ............................................................................77
Stationary Pressure - Test ............................................ 80
Troubleshooting Notes ............................................ 80
Troubleshooting Notes ............................................ 81
Parking Brake Release Pressure - Test .................... 82
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Specifications Section Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 4XJ1-Up

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Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
Traction Control Valve Part No.: 9G-9208
SMCS Code: 4801; 4811 S/N: 2TK1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 5RK1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 6HK1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 7EK1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: ASK1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 1HL1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: JXP1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 3PR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 4AR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 5ER1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 5TR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 6JR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 6KR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: 7ER1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up

Part No.: 9G-9208 Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up

S/N: SHH1-Up Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 8AS1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 3BJ1-Up Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: AFS1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 3SJ1-Up Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 1HW1-Up
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Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 2BW1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 2YW1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 63W1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 64W1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 01X1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 02X1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: APX1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: AGY1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: ATY1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: MSY1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 2PZ1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 4GZ1-Up
Part No.: 9G-9208
S/N: 5AZ1-Up
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Illustration 1

(1) Torque for the selector solenoid coil (5) 3T-9836 Spring for the check valve of the brake
nut ................................ 14 ± 2 N·m (10 ± 1.5 lb ft) reducing spool

(2) 9G-9227 Spring for the drain ball check Length under test force ...... 10.78 mm (0.42 inch)
Test force ................. 2.22 ± .18 N (0.50 ± 0.04 lb)
Length under test force ....... 65.99 mm (2.59 inch) Free length after test .......... 20.94 mm (0.82 inch)
Test force ........................... 261 ± 21 N (59 ± 5 lb) Outside diameter .................. 7.62 mm (0.30 inch)
Free length after test........... 82.25 mm (3.24 inch)
Outside diameter ................ 27.05 mm (1.07 inch) (6) Torque for the selector solenoid valve
nut................................... 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft)
(3) 9G-9226 Spring for the brake reducing spool
Quantity ..........................................................Two
Length under test force ....... 25.55 mm (1.01 inch)
Test force ................. 40.3 ± 2.0 N (9.06 ± 0.45 lb)
Free length after test........... 48.05 mm (1.89 inch)
Outside diameter ................ 21.18 mm (0.83 inch)

(4) Micron rating for the control circuit oil screen .... 40
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i02501072 Note: Orient the coil horizontally in the valve. The
coil should not be lower than the cartridge assembly.
Traction Control Valve Refer to Illustration 2.
SMCS Code: 4801; 4811 (3) Installation torque for nut .....................30 ± 5 N·m
Part No.: 222-4744 (22 ± 4 lb ft)
S/N: EED1-Up
(4) Torque for two bolts ...... 50 ± 10 N·m (37 ± 8 lb ft)
Part No.: 222-4744
S/N: JRP1-Up (5) 222-4741 Solenoid Valve Gp

Part No.: 222-4744 Nominal voltage ........................................ 12 VDC
S/N: DLS1-Up Resistance at 25 °C (77 °F) .................... 16 ohms

(6) The ball must be seated against the insert in
order to form a sealing surface.

(7) 9G-9227 Spring
Length under test force ...... 65.99 mm (2.60 inch)
Test force ..................... 261 ± 21 N (58.7 ± 4.7 lb)
Free length after test .......... 82.25 mm (3.24 inch)
Outside diameter ................ 27.05 mm (1.07 inch)

(8) 3T-9836 Spring (inside the spool)
Length under test force ...... 10.78 mm (0.42 inch)
Test force ............... 2.22 ± 0.18 N (0.50 ± 0.04 lb)
Free length after test .......... 20.94 mm (0.82 inch)
Outside diameter .................. 7.62 mm (0.30 inch)

(9) 9G-9226 Spring
Length under test force ...... 25.55 mm (1.01 inch)
Test force ................. 40.3 ± 2.0 N (9.06 ± 0.44 lb)
g01250930 Free length after test .......... 48.05 mm (1.89 inch)
Illustration 2
Outside diameter .............. 21.18 mm (0.834 inch)

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Illustration 3
Section A-A

(1) Torque for nut............. 14 ± 2 N·m (124 ± 18 lb in)

(2) 3E-8575 Solenoid Valve Gp
Nominal voltage ....................................... 24 VDC
Duty .................................................... Continuous
Resistance at 25° ± 5°C
(77° ± 9°F) .................................. 24.9 ± 0.4 ohms
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i02500978 (4) Torque for two bolts ...... 50 ± 10 N·m (37 ± 8 lb ft)
Traction Control Valve (5) 222-4741 Solenoid Valve Gp
SMCS Code: 4801; 4811 Nominal voltage ........................................ 12 VDC
Resistance at 25 °C (77 °F) .................... 16 ohms
Part No.: 222-4742
S/N: FDB1-Up (6) The ball must be seated against the insert in
order to form a sealing surface.

(7) 9G-9227 Spring
Length under test force ...... 65.99 mm (2.60 inch)
Test force ..................... 261 ± 21 N (58.7 ± 4.7 lb)
Free length after test .......... 82.25 mm (3.24 inch)
Outside diameter ................ 27.05 mm (1.07 inch)

(8) 3T-9836 Spring (inside the spool)
Length under test force ...... 10.78 mm (0.42 inch)
Test force ............... 2.22 ± 0.18 N (0.50 ± 0.04 lb)
Free length after test .......... 20.94 mm (0.82 inch)
Outside diameter .................. 7.62 mm (0.30 inch)

(9) 9G-9226 Spring
Length under test force ...... 25.55 mm (1.01 inch)
Test force ................. 40.3 ± 2.0 N (9.06 ± 0.44 lb)
Free length after test .......... 48.05 mm (1.89 inch)
Outside diameter .............. 21.18 mm (0.834 inch)
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Illustration 4

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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: BDA1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: BEC1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: DMC1-Up

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Illustration 5
S/N: EXD1-Up
Section A-A
Part No.: 5T-4118
(1) Torque for nut............. 14 ± 2 N·m (124 ± 18 lb in) S/N: WWD1-Up

(2) 3E-8575 Solenoid Valve Gp Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: EYG1-Up
Nominal voltage ....................................... 24 VDC
Duty .................................................... Continuous Part No.: 5T-4118
Resistance at 25° ± 5°C S/N: KEG1-Up
(77° ± 9°F) .................................. 24.9 ± 0.4 ohms
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
Note: Orient the coil horizontally in the valve. The
coil should not be lower than the cartridge assembly. Part No.: 5T-4118
Refer to Illustration 4. S/N: ASK1-Up
(3) Installation torque for nut .................... 30 ± 5 N·m Part No.: 5T-4118
(22 ± 4 lb ft) S/N: JXP1-Up
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Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 6KR1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 7ER1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 7CS1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 8AS1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 63W1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4118
S/N: 64W1-Up

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Illustration 6

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Note: Apply 4C-5591 Anti-Seize Compound to the
clamp .......................... 1059 ± 5 mm (41.2 ± 0.2 inch) washers and to the threads of 8H-5772 Bolts.

(1) Torque for 3T-2469 Magnetic (3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter ..............55 ± 7 N·m
Sensor ............................ 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft) (40 ± 5 lb ft)

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
3T-2469 Magnetic Sensor. the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.

(2) Torque for 8H-5772 Bolts ................ 40 ± 65 N·m (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ...................30 ± 5 N·m
(546 ± 48 lb ft) (22 ± 4 lb ft)
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Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

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Illustration 7
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 167.36 ±0.08 mm (6.589 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: BCA1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: BBB1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 3BJ1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 5TR1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 6JR1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 5SS1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 6YS1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 01X1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4119
S/N: 02X1-Up

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Illustration 8

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
clamp ............................ 930 ± 5 mm (36.6 ± 0.2 inch) the threads of bolts (1).

(1) Torque for eight bolts ...... 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft) (2) Torque for four bolts ....... 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft)
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Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of bolts (2).

Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
to retain bolts (2).

(3) Torque for sensor ............ 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft)

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
sensor (3).

Adjustment Procedure for the
Speed Sensors

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Illustration 9

1. Position sensor (3) against the face of the gear.
Magnetic sensor (3) should be tightened finger
tight.

2. Loosen magnetic sensor (3) by 1/2 turn. Tighten
the locknut to 30 ± 5 N·m (22 ± 4 lb ft).

Distance (B) from the end of the magnetic sensor to
the face of the gear ............................ 0.97 ± 0.20 mm
(0.038 ± 0.008 inch)
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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 204-0761
S/N: EED1-Up
Part No.: 204-0761
S/N: JRP1-Up
Part No.: 204-0761
S/N: DLS1-Up

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Illustration 10

Table 1

Dimension from end of axle shaft to the clamp
Model Dimension A
773F 1062 mm (42 inch)
775F 1062 mm (42 inch)
777F 1293 mm (51 inch)

(1) Torque for 204-0761 Speed Sensor
(1) ................................... 30 ± 4 N·m (22 ± 3 lb ft)

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
the speed sensor before installation.

(2) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts (2) ............. 30 ± 4 N·m
(22 ± 3 lb ft)

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.
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Illustration 11
Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
Typical installation
to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.
(3) Maximum length (B) from sensor (1) to wire
holder ...................................... 104 mm (4.0 inch)
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(4) Minimum radius (C) ................... 10 mm (0.4 inch)

Note: Harness connector (3) should be pointed in a
horizontal position or a downward position in order to
protect the inside of the connector from water and
debris.

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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 84A1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 14H1-Up

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Illustration 12

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Note: Apply 9S-3263 Thread Lock Compound to
clamp ............................. 1218 ± 5 mm (48 ± 0.2 inch) the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.

(1) Torque for 9F-6936 Bolts .............. 710 ± 25 N·m (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ................... 30 ± 4 N·m
(525 ± 18 lb ft) (22 ± 3 lb ft)

(2) Torque for 3T-2469 Magnetic Note: Apply 9S-3263 Thread Lock Compound to the
Sensor ............................ 30 ± 4 N·m (22 ± 3 lb ft) threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
3T-2469 Magnetic Sensor. to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

(3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter.............. 55 ± 7 N·m
(40 ± 5 lb ft)
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Adjustment Procedure for the 5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
Speed Sensors (vehicles that are
equipped with a 9D-9252 Axle
Housing)
Note: The 9D-9252 Axle Housing has a 19.05 mm
(0.750 inch) wheel spindle hole.

1. Tighten the speed sensor against the 6G-1999
Clamp finger tight.

2. Loosen the sensor by a 3/4 turn. Tighten the
locknut to 30 ± 4 N·m (22 ± 3 lb ft).

Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear (vehicles that
are equipped with a 5T-3083 Axle
Housing)

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Illustration 13
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 167.36 ± 0.08 mm (6.589 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 4YC1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 6JC1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 2TK1-Up

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Illustration 14

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ................... 30 ± 4 N·m
clamp ............................. 1218 ± 5 mm (48 ± 0.2 inch) (22 ± 3 lb ft)

(1) Torque for 9F-6936 Bolts .............. 710 ± 25 N·m Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
(525 ± 18 lb ft) the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

(2) Torque for 3T-2469 Magnetic Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
Sensor ............................ 30 ± 4 N·m (22 ± 3 lb ft) to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
3T-2469 Magnetic Sensor.

(3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter.............. 55 ± 7 N·m
(40 ± 5 lb ft)

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.
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Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

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Illustration 15
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 167.36 ± 0.08 mm (6.589 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: AGC1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 3PR1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 5ER1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: AFS1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: 2YW1-Up
Part No.: 6G-8145
S/N: AGY1-Up

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Illustration 16

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the (3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter .............. 55 ± 7 N·m
clamp ............................. 1295 ± 5 mm (51 ± 0.2 inch) (40 ± 5 lb ft)

(1) Torque for 9F-6936 Bolts .............. 710 ± 25 N·m Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
(525 ± 18 lb ft) the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.

(2) Torque for 3T-2469 Magnetic (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ................... 30 ± 4 N·m
Sensor ............................ 30 ± 4 N·m (22 ± 3 lb ft) (22 ± 3 lb ft)

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
3T-2469 Magnetic Sensor. the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.
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Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

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Illustration 17
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 167.36 ± 0.08 mm (6.589 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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i01382435

Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 8GB1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 5RK1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 6HK1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 1HW1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: APX1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: MSY1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 2PZ1-Up
Part No.: 5T-3235
S/N: 5AZ1-Up

g00730068
Illustration 18

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the (2) Torque for 3T-2470 Speed Sensor .. 30 ± 4 N·m
clamp .......................... 1318 ± 5 mm (51.9 ± 0.2 inch) (22 ± 3 lb ft)

(1) Torque for 1D-4647 Bolts or 1D-4642 Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
Bolts ...................... 1150 ± 50 N·m (848 ± 37 lb ft) 3T-2470 Speed Sensor.
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(3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter.............. 55 ± 7 N·m
(40 ± 5 lb ft)

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.

(4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts .................. 30 ± 4 N·m
(22 ± 3 lb ft)

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

g00730069
Illustration 19
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 242.03 ± 0.08 mm (9.529 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8041 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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i01382532

Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 5T-4494
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4494
S/N: SPD1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4494
S/N: SHH1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4494
S/N: 7EK1-Up
Part No.: 5T-4494
S/N: 2BW1-Up

g00730068
Illustration 20

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
clamp .......................... 1550 ± 5 mm (61.0 ± 0.2 inch) 5T-8041 Adapter.

(1) Torque for 4H-6511 Bolts .......... 1800 ± 200 N·m (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ...................30 ± 4 N·m
(1328 ± 148 lb ft) (22 ± 3 lb ft)

(2) Torque for 3T-2470 Speed Sensor .. 30 ± 4 N·m Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
(22 ± 3 lb ft) the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
the threads of 3T-2470 Speed Sensor. to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.

(3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter.............. 55 ± 7 N·m
(41 ± 5 lb ft)
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Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

g00730069
Illustration 21
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 242.03 ± 0.08 mm (9.529 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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i01382738

Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: 1HL1-Up
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: 4AR1-Up
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: CBR1-Up
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: ATY1-Up
Part No.: 3T-2470
S/N: 4GZ1-Up

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Illustration 22

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
clamp .......................... 1735 ± 5 mm (68.3 ± 0.2 inch) 3T-2470 Speed Sensor.

(1) Torque for 177-9755 Bolts ........ 1600 ± 200 N·m (3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter ..............55 ± 7 N·m
(1180 ± 148 lb ft) (40 ± 5 lb ft)

Note: Apply 4C-5591 Anti-Seize Compound to the Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
washer faces and to the threads of 177-9755 Bolts. the threads of 5T-8041 Adapter.

(2) Torque for 3T-2470 Speed Sensor .. 30 ± 4 N·m (4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts ...................30 ± 4 N·m
(22 ± 3 lb ft) (22 ± 3 lb ft)
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Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts.

Adjustment Procedure for the
Adapter to the Gear

g00730069
Illustration 23
(3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims

1. Measure the distance from the machined
counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).

2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3).
This thickness is thickness (C).

3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this
total from 242.03 ± 0.08 mm (9.529 ± 0.003 inch).

4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.

The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension
5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch)
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
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i02411358

Speed Sensor
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 190-6105, 246-5264
S/N: FDB1-Up

g00730068
Illustration 24

Distance (A) from the end of the axle shaft to the Adjustment Procedure for the
clamp .......................... 1735 ± 5 mm (68.3 ± 0.2 inch)
Adapter to the Gear
(1) Torque for 4H-6511 Bolts .......... 1800 ± 200 N·m
(1328 ± 148 lb ft)

(2) Torque for 205-9874 Speed Sensor .. 30 ± 4 N·m
(22 ± 3 lb ft)

Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to
the threads of 205-9874 Speed Sensor.

(3) Torque for 5T-8041 Adapter.............. 55 ± 7 N·m
(41 ± 5 lb ft)

Note: Apply 5P-3413 Pipe Sealant to the threads of
5T-8041 Adapter.
g00730069
Illustration 25
(4) Torque for 1T-0284 Bolts .................. 30 ± 4 N·m
(22 ± 3 lb ft) (3) 5T-8041 Adapter
(5) Shims
Note: Apply 154-9731 Thread Lock Compound to 1. Measure the distance from the machined
the threads of 1T-0284 Bolts. counterbore surface to the gear tooth. This
distance is distance (B).
Note: Stake the top edge of the counterbore in order
to retain 1T-0284 Bolts.
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2. Determine the thickness of 5T-8041 Adapter (3). S/N: 7EK1-Up
This thickness is thickness (C).
S/N: ASK1-Up
3. Add distance (B) to thickness (C). Subtract this S/N: 1HL1-Up
total from 242.03 ± 0.08 mm (9.529 ± 0.003 inch).
S/N: JXP1-Up
4. Install shim pack (5) that is equal to the difference.
S/N: 3PR1-Up
The shims that are available to achieve the correct
dimension S/N: 4AR1-Up

5T-8042 Shim ................. 0.16 mm (0.0063 inch) S/N: 5ER1-Up
5T-8168 Shim ................. 0.05 mm (0.0020 inch) S/N: 5TR1-Up
5T-8169 Shim ................. 0.80 mm (0.0315 inch)
S/N: 6JR1-Up
i00708625 S/N: 6KR1-Up
Speed Sensor (Transmission) S/N: 7ER1-Up

SMCS Code: 4803 S/N: CBR1-Up

S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up

S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up

S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up

S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up

S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up

S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up

S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up

S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up

S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up

S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up

S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up

S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up

S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up

S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up

S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up

S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up

S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up

S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up

S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up

S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
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i02515646

Speed Sensor (Transmission)
SMCS Code: 4803
Part No.: 201-6615
S/N: EED1-Up
Part No.: 201-6615
S/N: JRP1-Up
Part No.: 201-6615
S/N: DLS1-Up

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Illustration 26
(1) Nose piece.

Installation Procedure for the
Speed Sensor (Transmission)
1. Use a small screwdriver to pry out nose piece (1)
until the nose piece does not move. Use the slots
that are provided in the sides of the nose piece.

2. Screw the speed sensor into the hole for the
transmission speed sensor.

Torque for the speed sensor ................ 24 ± 3 N·m
(18 ± 2 lb ft)

3. When the sensor is tightened, the nose piece
contacts the gear face. Then, the nose piece
slides into the sensor body. After the sensor is g01259055
Illustration 27
fully tightened, the nose piece is at the correct air
gap and no other adjustments are required. View of two output speed sensors

g01258502
Illustration 28

Note: Adapter harness (A) must be tied down and
the harness must be supported. Do not tie down the
harness connector or the mating harness connector.
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There are two output speed sensors (1) for the S/N: 14H1-Up
transmission.
S/N: SHH1-Up
Specifications for the Sensor S/N: 3BJ1-Up
DC Minimum Peak to Peak Voltage
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
Output ................................................. 30.5 +/- 6.1
DC Resistance ..................... .. 110-200 Ω at 25°C S/N: 4XJ1-Up
Temperature................................ .. -40°C to 150°C
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up
S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
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Illustration 29
S/N: 4AR1-Up
Speed sensor for the transmission
S/N: 5ER1-Up
Lubricate seal (2) with engine oil before installation.
S/N: 5TR1-Up

i01382770 S/N: 6JR1-Up

Pressure Switch (Air) S/N: 6KR1-Up

SMCS Code: 1435 S/N: 7ER1-Up

S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up

S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up

S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up

S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up

S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up

S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up

S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up

S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up

S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up

S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up

S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up

S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up

S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up

S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up

S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up

S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: MSY1-Up
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S/N: 2PZ1-Up Final installation torque ........................22.5 ± 2.5 N·m
(16.6 ± 1.8 lb ft)
S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 5AZ1-Up

g00312283
Illustration 30

The Traction Control System electronic control
module uses this pressure switch. The switch is
normally in a closed position.

Necessary pressure for the activation of the
switch ................................ 55.2 ± 13.8 kPa (8 ± 2 psi)

The switch is normally closed below the following
pressure ............................................. 41.4 kPa (6 psi)

i02412032

Pressure Switch (Air)
SMCS Code: 1435
Part No.: 103-4977
S/N: FDB1-Up

g00103812
Illustration 31

The switch has a normally open position.

Maximum actuation pressure ................ 60 kPa (9 psi)

Deactuation pressure .............. 28 ± 15 kPa (4 ± 2 psi)
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Systems Operation Section S/N: 5ER1-Up
S/N: 5TR1-Up
i03537000
S/N: 6JR1-Up
General Information S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 4294 S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up
S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
S/N: 4AR1-Up
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Illustration 32
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor (16) Transmission output shaft speed sensor (29) Return to the relief valve
(2) Left rear brakes (parking) (17) Traction control system electronic (30) Right drive axle speed sensor
(3) Left rear parking brake springs control module (31) Parking brake release section of the oil
(4) TCS valve (18) Parking and secondary brake ball check pump
(5) Drain ball check spring (19) Orifice for the left brake circuit (32) Parking brake release oil filter
(6) Drain ball check (20) Orifice for the right brake circuit (33) Parking brake release oil supply
(7) Signal piston for the drain ball check (21) Replaceable screen for the control (34) Right rear brake (parking)
(8) Signal oil circuit (35) Right rear parking brake springs
(9) Service brake air pressure switch (22) Proportional solenoid valve (flow (36) Transmission speed distributor
(10) Retarder air pressure switch control) (37) Stop for the drain ball check
(11) Test switch for TCS (23) Proportional solenoid signal (left brake) (P) Supply oil from the parking brake release
(12) Left brake reducing spool (24) Selector solenoid signal (right brake) pump section
(13) Ball check valve for the dampening of (25) Selector solenoid valve (D) Drain oil to the tank
the left reducing spool (26) Parking and secondary brake valve (L) Left parking brake release oil
(14) Right reducing spool (27) Parking and secondary brake air (R) Right parking brake release oil
(15) Ball check valve for the dampening of pressure
the right reducing spool (28) Return oil flow to hydraulic tank
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g00730192 g01211671
Illustration 33 Illustration 34
View for all models except the 793D. View for the 793D only
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor (1) Left drive axle speed sensor
(4) Traction control valve (4) Traction control valve
(9) Service brake air pressure switch (9) Service brake air pressure switch
(10) Retarder air pressure switch (10) Retarder air pressure switch
(11) Test switch for TCS (11) Test switch for TCS
(16) Transmission output shaft speed sensor (16) Transmission output shaft speed sensor
(17) Traction control system electronic control module (17) Traction control system electronic control module
(22) Proportional solenoid valve (flow control) (22) Proportional solenoid valve (flow control)
(25) Selector solenoid valve (25) Selector solenoid valve
(26) Parking and secondary brake valve (26) Parking and secondary brake valve
(30) Right drive axle speed sensor (30) Right drive axle speed sensor
(31) Parking brake release section of oil pump (31) Parking brake release section of oil pump
(36) Transmission speed distributor (36) Transmission speed distributor

The Traction Control System (TCS) is used to
improve the traction at the drive wheels. If either
drive wheel begins to spin, the TCS can increase
the power that is sent to the wheel that has better
traction. This is done by applying the parking brake
of the wheel that has less traction. The TCS is
functional at ground speeds under 19 km/h (12 mph).

Operation
The TCS is installed as part of the parking brake
system. The parking brakes are applied by
springs and released hydraulically . The TCS can
independently apply the left parking brake or the right
parking brake.

When the vehicle is started, parking brake release
pump section (31) sends oil through filter (32) to
parking and secondary brake valve (26). Before the
oil enters valve (26), some of the flow is sent through
line (8) to the pump signal port of TCS valve (4).
Inside the TCS valve, ball check piston (7) moves
to the left and drain ball check (6) is unseated. This
opens valve (4) to a drain line that goes to the
hydraulic tank.
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When the parking brakes are released by the i03537224
operator, air flows to line (27). This causes the spool
of the parking and secondary brake valve to be General Information
pushed downward. This allows the parking brake
release oil to flow through valve (26). Flow (33) can SMCS Code: 4294
enter TCS valve (4). At TCS valve (4), oil is sent to S/N: EED1-Up
the control circuit. The oil that is sent to the control
circuit must flow through screen (21). After the oil S/N: JRP1-Up
flows through the screen, the oil flows through orifice
(19) for the left brake circuit and through orifice (20) S/N: DLS1-Up
for the right brake circuit. These two orifices cause
a slight decrease of pressure and a large decrease
of flow.

When selector solenoid valve (25) is centered, the oil
flows to the ends of left brake reducing spool (12)
and right brake reducing spool (14). The parking
brake release oil flow that entered TCS valve (4) is
prevented from flowing to left rear parking brake (2)
and right rear parking brake (34) by reducing spools
(12) and (14). When the pressure level of the control
circuit is high enough, reducing spools (12) and (14)
will shift toward the center of valve (4). This will allow
the parking brake release oil to flow to brakes (2) and
(34). This causes the parking brakes to be released.

When Traction control system electronic control
module (17) senses a spinning wheel, the Traction
control system electronic control module will activate
selector solenoid valve (25). Selector solenoid
valve (25) shifts. The selector solenoid valve then
selects the control circuit from the parking brake of
the spinning wheel. When selector solenoid valve
(25) shifts, the control circuit oil is drained from the
selected side. This causes the reducing spool for
the selected side to shift. This stops the parking
brake release oil flow to the parking brake. Then, the
parking brake is applied.

The control circuit oil that is drained from the circuit
is drained through selector solenoid valve (25) and
proportional solenoid valve (22). The proportional
solenoid valve controls the rate of the oil that is
drained from the control circuit. Proportional solenoid
valve (22) and selector solenoid valve (25) will
deactivate if the Traction control system electronic
control module determines that the spinning wheel
has stopped. The selector solenoid valve will center
and the pressure of the control circuit will rise. The
reducing spool will shift to the center of valve (4) and
the parking brake release oil will release the parking
brake.
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g01262985
Illustration 35
The Traction Control System in illustration 35 is shown with a running engine and the parking brake released.
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor (12) Parking and secondary brake ball check (20) Proportional solenoid (servo)
(2) Left rear brakes (13) Indicator lamp for the TCS (21) Selector solenoid valve
(3) TCS valve (14) Input signals for the electronic control (22) Parking and secondary brake valve
(4) Drain ball check spring module (23) Right drive axle speed sensor
(5) Drain ball check (15) Output signals for the electronic control (24) Right rear brake
(6) Signal piston for the drain ball check module (25) Torque converter lockup clutch pump
(7) Signal oil (16) Orifice for the left brake circuit (26) Parking brake release section of the oil
(8) Test mode switch (17) Replaceable screen for the control pump
(9) Service/Retarder brake switch circuit (40 micron) (27) Parking brake release oil filter
(10) Left rear parking brake springs (18) Orifice for the right brake circuit
(11) Transmission output shaft speed sensor (19) Right rear parking brake springs
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When the vehicle is started, brake charge pump (26)
sends oil to the filter for the release of parking brakes
(2) and (24). Oil from filter (27) then flows through
the accumulator charging valve to parking brake
valve (22). Inside TCS valve (3), ball check piston (6)
moves to the left and drain ball check (5) is unseated.
This opens the parking brake valve to a drain line
that goes to the hydraulic tank. Pilot oil from torque
converter lockup clutch pump (25) flows through
hose (7) into the signal port of the TCS valve.

When electronic control module (14) activates the
parking brake solenoid, the parking brake valve is
shifted and oil is released. The released oil then flows
into the circuit for the TCS valve. The oil that is sent
to the control circuit must flow through screen (17) in
the TCS. After the oil flows through screen (17), the
oil flows through orifice (16) for the right brake circuit
and orifice (18) for the left brake circuit. Two orifices
(16) and (18) cause a slight decrease of pressure
and a large decrease of flow.
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Illustration 36
When selector solenoid valve (21) is in the centered
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor
(3) Traction control valve position, the oil will flow to the end of the left brake
(8) Test switch for TCS reducing spool and the right brake reducing spool.
(11) Transmission output shaft speed sensor The oil flow from the release of the parking brake that
(14) Electronic control module entered TCS valve (3) is prevented from flowing to
(20) Proportional solenoid valve (flow control)
(21) Selector solenoid valve
left rear parking brake (2) and right rear parking brake
(22) Parking and secondary brake valve (24) by the reducing spool. When the control circuit
(23) Right drive axle speed sensor pressure is elevated, the reducing spool will shift
(26) Brake charge pump toward the center of valve (3). The elevated pressure
within the control circuit will allow the parking brake
The Traction Control System (TCS) is installed as release oil to flow to brakes (2) and (24). This will
part of the parking brake system. The parking brakes cause the parking brakes to be released.
are applied by springs and released hydraulically.
The TCS can independently apply the left parking When electronic control module (14) for the TCS
brake or the right parking brake. senses a spinning wheel, the electronic control
module will activate selector solenoid valve (21). After
The Traction Control System (TCS) is used to selector solenoid valve (21) shifts, selector solenoid
improve the traction at the drive wheels. If either valve (21) selects the control circuit from the parking
drive wheel begins to spin, the TCS can increase brake of the spinning wheel. When selector solenoid
the power that is sent to the wheel that has better valve (21) shifts, the control circuit oil is drained from
traction. This is done by applying the parking brake the selected side. This causes the reducing spool for
of the wheel that has less traction. The TCS is the selected side to shift. When the reducing spool
functional at ground speeds under 19 km/h (12 mph). is shifted the oil flow for the parking brake is stopped
and the parking brake is applied.
Operation
The control circuit oil that is drained from the circuit
The parking brake release pressure for rear parking is drained through selector solenoid valve (21) and
brakes (2) and (24) is sent through traction control proportional solenoid valve (20). The proportional
valve (3). The parking brakes are applied by springs solenoid valve controls the rate of the oil that is
(10) and (19) and released by oil pressure. The TCS drained from the control circuit. Proportional solenoid
can independently apply the left parking brake or the valve (20) and selector solenoid valve (21) will
right parking brake. deactivate if the electronic control module for the TCS
determines that the spinning wheel has stopped. The
selector solenoid valve will center and the pressure of
the control circuit will rise. When the reducing spool
shifts to the center of TCS valve (3) the parking brake
release oil will release the parking brake.
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Electronic Control Module
(Traction Control System)
SMCS Code: 4801; 4802

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Illustration 40

The Traction Control System electronic control
module can be located in the cab behind the access
panel that is directly behind the operator's seat. The
Traction Control System electronic control module
Illustration 37
g01263150 can also be located in the rear of the cab. The rear
access panel must be removed in order to access the
Note: The current Traction Control System (TCS) Traction Control System electronic control module.
has dual connectors and a harness adapter. The The TCS is integrated with the Brake electronic
former TCS has a single connector. The harness control module on the newer machines.
adapter may not be installed on newer applications.
The TCS processes signals from the speed sensors.
Then, the TCS sends signals to the hydraulic
controls in order to apply the parking brake of a
spinning wheel. The TCS has many self-checks for
the location of problems. There are indicator lamps
on the Traction Control System electronic control
module for the self-checks.

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Switches
SMCS Code: 1435; 4294
S/N: 84A1-Up
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Illustration 38
S/N: BCA1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up
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Illustration 39 S/N: DMC1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up
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S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up Illustration 41
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S/N: JXP1-Up (1) Service brake air pressure switch
(2) Retarder air pressure switch
S/N: 3PR1-Up
These air switches are located at the rear of the
S/N: 4AR1-Up operator's compartment. A cover must be removed in
order to access the switches. The switches disable
S/N: 5ER1-Up
the TCS when the vehicle is moving or when the
S/N: 5TR1-Up brakes or the retarder are activated.

S/N: 6JR1-Up
S/N: 6KR1-Up
S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: APX1-Up
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Switches
SMCS Code: 1435; 4294
S/N: FDB1-Up

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Illustration 44
(2) Transmission output speed sensor

There are three different speed sensors. One speed
sensor is located at each of the rear wheels and one
speed sensor is located at the transmission output
shaft. These speed sensors monitor the rotational
speeds. The sensors send an electrical pulse to the
Traction Control System electronic control module.
The speed sensors at the drive wheels require
proper adjustment in order to operate. Refer to the
Specifications, “Speed Sensor” section of this service
manual for the correct procedure.
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Illustration 42
(1) Service brake pressure switch
i01385820

The switch is located at the front of the operator's Solenoid Valves
compartment. A cover must be removed in order
to access the switch. The switch disables the TCS SMCS Code: 4294-OD
when the vehicle is moving or when the brakes or
the retarder are activated.

i01385813

Sensors
SMCS Code: 3030-NS

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Illustration 45
(1) Traction control valve
(2) Selector solenoid valve
(3) Signal oil
(4) Proportional solenoid valve
(A) Right parking brake release oil
(B) Supply oil from parking brake release section of pump
(C) Left parking brake release oil
(D) Return to tank
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Illustration 43
(1) Speed sensor for the left rear wheel
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Selector Solenoid Valve S/N: 3BJ1-Up

Traction control valve (1) is located on the inside of S/N: 3SJ1-Up
the left rear frame rail. Selector solenoid valve (2) is S/N: 4XJ1-Up
mounted on traction control valve (1). The selector
solenoid valve receives signals from the Traction S/N: 7XJ1-Up
Control System electronic control module. This
causes the selector solenoid to shift. Then, the left S/N: 2TK1-Up
parking brake or the right parking brake is selected.
When the selector solenoid valve is shifted, control S/N: 5RK1-Up
oil is drained. Then, a reducing spool shifts and the S/N: 6HK1-Up
parking brake is applied.
S/N: 7EK1-Up
Proportional Solenoid Valve S/N: ASK1-Up
Proportional solenoid valve (4) is mounted on traction S/N: 1HL1-Up
control valve (1). The proportional solenoid valve
controls the amount of oil that is drained from the S/N: JXP1-Up
selected parking brake control circuit. The oil flow
S/N: 3PR1-Up
of the proportional solenoid valve is controlled by a
signal from the Traction Control System electronic S/N: 4AR1-Up
control module.
S/N: 5ER1-Up
i02413009 S/N: 5TR1-Up
Transmission Speed S/N: 6JR1-Up
Distributor S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 3030-NS S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
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S/N: 5AZ1-Up S/N: BCA1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up

Illustration 46
g00318126 S/N: BEC1-Up
Transmission speed distributor (1) is for the following tractors and S/N: DMC1-Up
off-highway trucks: 768C, 769C, 769D, 772B, 773B, 773D, 776,
776B, 776D, 777, 777B, 777C, and 777D. S/N: EXD1-Up
Transmission speed distributor (1) is located at the S/N: SPD1-Up
rear of the cab. A cover must be removed in order to
access the transmission speed distributor. S/N: WWD1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up

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S/N: 2TK1-Up
Illustration 47
Transmission speed distributor (2) is for the following off-highway S/N: 5RK1-Up
trucks: 785, 785B, 785C, 789, 789B, 789C, 793, 793B, 793C,
and 793D. S/N: 6HK1-Up

Transmission speed distributor (2) is located inside S/N: 7EK1-Up
the center console in the operator's compartment. A S/N: ASK1-Up
panel on the console must be removed in order to
access the transmission speed distributor. S/N: 1HL1-Up
The transmission speed distributor receives the S/N: JXP1-Up
signals from the transmission output shaft speed
sensor. The transmission speed distributor changes S/N: 3PR1-Up
the signals so that the Traction Control System S/N: 4AR1-Up
electronic control module and the speedometer can
use the signals. S/N: 5ER1-Up
S/N: 5TR1-Up
i00768000
S/N: 6JR1-Up
Traction Control Valve
S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 4801; 4811
S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up
S/N: CBR1-Up
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S/N: 5SS1-Up i02525438

S/N: 6YS1-Up Traction Control Valve
S/N: 7CS1-Up SMCS Code: 4801; 4811
S/N: 8AS1-Up S/N: EED1-Up
S/N: AFS1-Up S/N: JRP1-Up
S/N: 1HW1-Up S/N: DLS1-Up
S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 5AZ1-Up Illustration 49
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Location of Traction control valve (1)

Traction control valve (1) is located on the inside of
the left or right frame rails. The traction control valve
contains two reducing spools. The two reducing
spools control the left and right parking brake release
oil flow.

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Illustration 48
Traction Control Valve and Solenoid Valves inside the Left Rear
Frame
(1) Traction control valve. (2) Selector solenoid valve. (3) Pump
signal hydraulic oil flow. (4) Proportional solenoid valve. (A) Right
parking brake release oil. (B) Supply oil for parking brake release
pump. (C) Left parking brake release oil. (D) Drain oil that flows
to the tank.

Traction control valve (1) is located on the inside of
the left or right frame rails. The exact location varies
on different models. The traction control valve is
always in the vicinity of the transmission. The traction
control valve contains two reducing spools. The two
reducing spools control the left and right parking
brake release oil flow.
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Illustration 50
Traction control valve
(2)Selector solenoid valve
(3)Pressure tap for the right rear parking brake release pressure
(4)Signal oil from the parking brake valve
(5)Proportional solenoid valve
(6)Pressure tap for the left rear parking brake release pressure
(7)Pressure sensor for the left rear parking brake release pressure
(8)Drain line to the chassis/brake valve
(9)Line to the left rear parking brake for the parking brake release
pressure
(10) Supply oil from the parking brake relay valve
(11) Line to the right rear parking brake for the parking brake
release pressure
(12) Pressure sensor for the right rear parking brake release
pressure

The Traction Control System (TCS) is used to
improve the traction at the drive wheels. If either
drive wheel begins to spin, the TCS can increase
the power that is sent to the wheel that has better
traction. This is done by applying the parking brake
of the wheel that has less traction. The TCS is
functional at ground speeds under 19 km/h (12 mph).
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Testing and Adjusting S/N: 1HL1-Up

Section S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
S/N: 4AR1-Up
Electrical System
S/N: 5ER1-Up

i01388337 S/N: 5TR1-Up
General Information S/N: 6JR1-Up

SMCS Code: 4294-035 S/N: 6KR1-Up

S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 7ER1-Up

S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up

S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up

S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up

S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up

S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up

S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up

S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up

S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up

S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up

S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up

S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up

S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up

S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up

S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up

S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up

S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up

S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up

S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up

S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up

S/N: 3SJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up

S/N: 4XJ1-Up The troubleshooting consists of the following three
sections:
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up • Functional test
S/N: 5RK1-Up • Control box lamp checks
S/N: 6HK1-Up • Machine preparation for troubleshooting
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
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Note: Air must not be in the oil for the parking S/N: DMC1-Up
brake release system. Air in the system can prevent
the complete application of the brakes. Air in the S/N: EXD1-Up
Traction Control System will slow down the response S/N: SPD1-Up
time. The process for bleeding the parking brake
release system is in Systems Operation/Testing and S/N: WWD1-Up
Adjusting, “Air System and Brakes”.
S/N: EYG1-Up
Note: Be certain that all the air pressure and all the
oil pressure is released before the loosening, the S/N: KEG1-Up
tightening, the removal, or the adjusting of any fitting, S/N: 14H1-Up
hose, or component.
S/N: SHH1-Up
i02508898 S/N: 3BJ1-Up
General Information S/N: 3SJ1-Up

SMCS Code: 4294-035 S/N: 4XJ1-Up

S/N: EED1-Up S/N: 7XJ1-Up

S/N: JRP1-Up S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: DLS1-Up S/N: 5RK1-Up

The troubleshooting consists of the following three S/N: 6HK1-Up
sections: S/N: 7EK1-Up
• Functional test S/N: ASK1-Up

• Control box lamp checks S/N: 1HL1-Up

• Machine preparation for troubleshooting S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
Note: Make sure that you remove all air from
the hydraulic brake system. See the Testing and S/N: 4AR1-Up
Adjusting, “Brake System Air - Purge” for the
procedure. S/N: 5ER1-Up
S/N: 5TR1-Up
i01388345
S/N: 6JR1-Up
Functional Test
S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 4294
S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up
S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up
S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up
S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up
S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up
S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up
S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up
S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up
S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up
S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up
S/N: 64W1-Up
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S/N: 01X1-Up i02508900

S/N: 02X1-Up Functional Test
S/N: APX1-Up SMCS Code: 4294
S/N: AGY1-Up S/N: EED1-Up
S/N: ATY1-Up S/N: JRP1-Up
S/N: MSY1-Up S/N: DLS1-Up
S/N: 2PZ1-Up
This procedure will determine whether the Traction
S/N: 4GZ1-Up Control System electronic control module is
functioning. This procedure will also determine
S/N: 5AZ1-Up whether the left parking brake and the right parking
brake activate at the proper time.
This procedure will determine whether the Traction
Control System electronic control module is Note: Operate the engine at low idle for the duration
functioning. This procedure will also determine of the test.
whether the left parking brake and the right parking
brake activate at the proper time.
Procedure
Procedure
1. Find a clear, level area that is large enough to
drive the vehicle in a complete circle.

2. While the vehicle is in first gear, fully turn the
steering wheel to the left and drive the vehicle in a
circle. While the vehicle is turned to the left, raise
the guard of the TCS test switch. Then, move the
toggle lever in order to put the control into the test
mode.

The right parking brake will engage and the
vehicle will gradually come to a stop. The brake
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will disengage and the speed of the vehicle will Illustration 51
increase. This sequence will continue to repeat.
1. Connect a pressure gauge to test port (A) and test
Note: The large off-highway trucks have a greater port (B) of the traction control valve .
torque output to the drive wheels. Because of the
higher torque output, one parking brake may not be Note: Test port (A) is for the left side brake and test
able to completely stop the vehicle. Hold the test port (B) is for the right side brake.
switch on for 15 to 20 seconds and then turn off the
test switch. You may not feel the engagement of the 2. Start the engine.
parking brake. You should notice when the switch is
turned off and the parking brake is disengaged. 3. Apply the service brake.

3. Turn off the TCS test switch. 4. Shift the transmission to the neutral position.

4. Turn the vehicle so the truck can circle to the right.
Repeat Step 2, but fully turn the steering wheel to
the right instead of to the left. The same sequence
should occur, except that the left parking brake
should engage.

Proceed to the Control Box Lamp Check.
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S/N: 8GB1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up
Illustration 52 g01255940

View of Traction Control System switch (1) in overhead console (C) S/N: SPD1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up

g01256016 S/N: 7XJ1-Up
Illustration 53
S/N: 2TK1-Up
5. Activate Traction Control System switch (1).
S/N: 5RK1-Up
6. During the test cycle, the pressure of the left
traction control should drop below 207 kPa S/N: 6HK1-Up
(30 psi). The pressure of the left traction control S/N: 7EK1-Up
should then rise to above 2468 kPa (358 psi).
S/N: ASK1-Up
7. The pressure of the right traction control should
then drop below 207 kPa (30 psi). The pressure of S/N: 1HL1-Up
the right traction control should then rise to above
S/N: JXP1-Up
2468 kPa (358 psi).
S/N: 3PR1-Up
Note: The pressure of the left traction control must
drop first in order to ensure that the wiring and the S/N: 4AR1-Up
hydraulic lines are properly connected.
S/N: 5ER1-Up
8. The switch for the Traction Control System can S/N: 5TR1-Up
now be turned off.
S/N: 6JR1-Up
i01770613 S/N: 6KR1-Up
Control Box Lamp Checks S/N: 7ER1-Up
SMCS Code: 4294 S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
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S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: 02X1-Up
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Illustration 54
S/N: APX1-Up Disconnected hoist control linkage

S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 5AZ1-Up

Note: The bed of the truck must be fully in the RAISE
position for the following control box lamp checks. Be
certain that the retaining pins or the retaining cable
are correctly installed.
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Illustration 55
Disconnected hoist control linkage
(793C)
To prevent personal injury or death, do not work
under the truck with the body (bed) raised.

When it is necessary to work under the truck with
the body (bed) raised, install the body (bed) retain-
ing pins through the pin holes in the frame and
body.

To prevent personal injury or death, do not work
under the machine with the body (bed) raised.

When it is necessary to work under the machine
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with the body (bed) raised, install the body (bed) Illustration 56
retaining cable end through the rear tow pin at the Installed pins in the body of the truck
rear of the machine.
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Illustration 57 Illustration 58
Installed retaining cable Traction control system electronic control module
Lamp Checks
When the TCS test switch is changed from “OFF”
to “TEST”, the control box goes into the lamp test
mode. In this test mode, all of the lamps will activate
for five seconds. The lamps will then return to the
normal state.

When you disconnect a connector, check the
connector for the following problems:

• corrosion
• dirt
• bent pins
• broken pins Illustration 59
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Former TCS test switch
• bent sockets
769C Truck
• broken sockets
If any of the previous problems exist, clean the
connectors or repair the connectors.

When you check the indicated lamp for problems,
another person should check the harness that is near
the valve and the solenoid connectors. The harness
should be checked for broken wires or broken
connectors. Any broken wires or broken connectors
may still be in contact. This could cause intermittent
problems.

The drive axle speed sensors may need to be
readjusted. Refer to the Specifications section of this g00319811
Illustration 60
manual for the correct procedure for your specific
machine. Current TCS test switch

The transmission output shaft speed sensor is
self-adjusting. Be certain that the sensor is tightened
to the correct torque.
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Illustration 61
Traction control system electronic control module (dual connector)
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Illustration 62
Traction control system electronic control module (single connector)

Note: The current TCS has dual connectors and • The lamp of the left brake solenoid or the left
a harness adapter. The former TCS has a single harness is on when there is an open or a short in
connector. The harness adapter may not be installed the circuit of the left solenoid or the left harness.
on newer applications.
• The lamp of the right brake solenoid or the right
The control box has twelve diagnostic lamps. These harness is on when there is an open or a short in
lamps activate for a five second lamp test when the the circuit of the right solenoid or the right harness.
TCS test switch is turned on. This allows the service
person to determine whether any lamps are not • The lamp of the proportional valve solenoid or the
functioning. proportional harness is on when there is an open
or a short in the circuit of the proportional valve
The status of the lamps is determined in the following solenoid or the proportional harness.
manner:
• The control box lamp could blink when the lamp
• The electrical power lamp is on when the electrical is turned on or when a failure is detected in the
power is turned on. control box.

• The lamp for the service brake and retarder switch • The speed pickup lamp is on when the test switch
is on when the service brake and retarder switch is on and when there is at least one invalid sensor
is applied. signal.

• The lamp of the vehicle identification is on when • The test mode lamp is on when the test switch is
the harness code does not correspond to a valid on.
code for a vehicle.
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• The transmission pickup lamp and the speed During the stationary pressure test, a second person
pickup lamps for the left and right axles are should observe the three harness lamps.
connected to a speed sensor. The lamps should
be off when the machine is not moving. The lamps If an open circuit or a short to the ground exists in
are activated by the level of speed that is output. any of the following circuits, the corresponding lamp
As the speed of the machine increases, the lamps should activate after one complete cycle:
will blink at a faster rate. When a certain speed is
achieved, the lamps will remain continuously on. • Left solenoid

Speed Pickup Lamp • Left harness circuit

The speed pickup lamp will provide diagnostic • Right solenoid
information if the test mode switch is on. In order for
this lamp to provide a valid indication, the vehicle
• Right harness circuit
must be driven in a straight line without wheel The lamp for the proportional valve or for the harness
slippage. When these conditions exist, the control may also activate. When the problem is repaired,
box determines whether there is a correct relationship both harness lamps will deactivate after the next
between the signals from the three-speed pickups. complete cycle.
If the correct relationships do not exist between If an open circuit or a short to the ground exists in
the signals from the three-speed pickups, the any of the following circuits, the corresponding lamp
Traction Control System electronic control module should activate after one complete cycle:
will determine the faulty speed pickup. The Traction
Control System electronic control module determines • Proportional valve
the signal that is sent to the speed pickup lamp.
A blinking code indicates the speed pickup that is • Harness circuit
faulty. This code lasts for five seconds. If an error is
not detected, then this lamp will remain off. After the problem is repaired, all the lamps should
deactivate after the next complete cycle.
Look at the control box in order to determine
the blinking code. If the Traction Control System
electronic control module cannot pinpoint the errors, i02510041
the speed pickup lamps will blink four times in five
seconds. The speed pickup lamps of the left and Control Box Lamp Checks
right axles and the transmission pickup lamp assist
in the troubleshooting of the signals from the speed SMCS Code: 4294
pickups. S/N: EED1-Up
• If one of the speed pickup lamps in a stopped S/N: JRP1-Up
vehicle is activated or blinking, there is a bad
speed pickup or a bad circuit. S/N: DLS1-Up

• If one of the speed pickup lamps is off in a moving Note: The bed of the truck must be fully in the RAISE
vehicle, there is a bad speed pickup or a bad position for the following control box lamp checks. Be
circuit. certain that the retaining pins or the retaining cable
are correctly installed.
Harness Fault Lamps
During the functional test, a second person should
observe the three harness fault lamps. Ignore the To prevent personal injury or death, do not work
diagnostic lamp for the speed pickup during the under the truck with the body (bed) raised.
functional testing.
When it is necessary to work under the truck with
• If one of the harness lamps activates during a the body (bed) raised, install the body (bed) retain-
functional test, then there is a short in the circuit ing pins through the pin holes in the frame and
or an open in the circuit. body.

• If one of the harness lamps blinks on and off during
a functional test, there is a short to the ground in
the indicated circuit.
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• broken sockets
If any of the previous problems exist, clean the
To prevent personal injury or death, do not work connectors or repair the connectors.
under the machine with the body (bed) raised.
When you check the indicated lamp for problems,
When it is necessary to work under the machine another person should check the harness that is near
with the body (bed) raised, install the body (bed) the valve and the solenoid connectors. The harness
retaining cable end through the rear tow pin at the should be checked for broken wires or broken
rear of the machine. connectors. Any broken wires or broken connectors
may still be in contact. This could cause intermittent
problems.

The drive axle speed sensors may need to be
readjusted. Refer to the Specifications section of this
manual for the correct procedure for your specific
machine.

The transmission output shaft speed sensor is
self-adjusting. Be certain that the sensor is tightened
to the correct torque.

g00319807
Illustration 63
Installed pins in the body of the truck

g00730712
Illustration 65
Traction control system electronic control module
Lamp Checks

g00319808
Illustration 64
Installed retaining cable

When the TCS test switch is changed from “OFF”
to “TEST”, the control box goes into the lamp test
mode. In this test mode, all of the lamps will activate
for five seconds. The lamps will then return to the
normal state.

When you disconnect a connector, check the
connector for the following problems:

• corrosion Illustration 66
g00319811

Former TCS test switch
• dirt
• bent pins
• broken pins
• bent sockets
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g01256639
Illustration 67
Current TCS test switch

g00319812
Illustration 68
Traction control system electronic control module (dual connector)
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g00319813
Illustration 69
Traction control system electronic control module (single connector)

Note: The current TCS has dual connectors and • The lamp of the left brake solenoid or the left
a harness adapter. The former TCS has a single harness is on when there is an open or a short in
connector. The harness adapter may not be installed the circuit of the left solenoid or the left harness.
on newer applications.
• The lamp of the right brake solenoid or the right
The control box has twelve diagnostic lamps. These harness is on when there is an open or a short in
lamps activate for a five second lamp test when the the circuit of the right solenoid or the right harness.
TCS test switch is turned on. This allows the service
person to determine whether any lamps are not • The lamp of the proportional valve solenoid or the
functioning. proportional harness is on when there is an open
or a short in the circuit of the proportional valve
The status of the lamps is determined in the following solenoid or the proportional harness.
manner:
• The control box lamp could blink when the lamp
• The electrical power lamp is on when the electrical is turned on or when a failure is detected in the
power is turned on. control box.

• The lamp for the service brake and retarder switch • The speed pickup lamp is on when the test switch
is on when the service brake and retarder switch is on and when there is at least one invalid sensor
is applied. signal.

• The lamp of the vehicle identification is on when • The test mode lamp is on when the test switch is
the harness code does not correspond to a valid on.
code for a vehicle.
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• The transmission pickup lamp and the speed During the stationary pressure test, a second person
pickup lamps for the left and right axles are should observe the three harness lamps.
connected to a speed sensor. The lamps should
be off when the machine is not moving. The lamps If an open circuit or a short to the ground exists in
are activated by the level of speed that is output. any of the following circuits, the corresponding lamp
As the speed of the machine increases, the lamps should activate after one complete cycle:
will blink at a faster rate. When a certain speed is
achieved, the lamps will remain continuously on. • Left solenoid

Speed Pickup Lamp • Left harness circuit

The speed pickup lamp will provide diagnostic • Right solenoid
information if the test mode switch is on. In order for
this lamp to provide a valid indication, the vehicle
• Right harness circuit
must be driven in a straight line without wheel The lamp for the proportional valve or for the harness
slippage. When these conditions exist, the control may also activate. When the problem is repaired,
box determines whether there is a correct relationship both harness lamps will deactivate after the next
between the signals from the three-speed pickups. complete cycle.
If the correct relationships do not exist between If an open circuit or a short to the ground exists in
the signals from the three-speed pickups, the any of the following circuits, the corresponding lamp
Traction Control System electronic control module should activate after one complete cycle:
will determine the faulty speed pickup. The Traction
Control System electronic control module determines • Proportional valve
the signal that is sent to the speed pickup lamp.
A blinking code indicates the speed pickup that is • Harness circuit
faulty. This code lasts for five seconds. If an error is
not detected, then this lamp will remain off. After the problem is repaired, all the lamps should
deactivate after the next complete cycle.
Look at the control box in order to determine
the blinking code. If the Traction Control System
electronic control module cannot pinpoint the errors, i01770629
the speed pickup lamps will blink four times in five
seconds. The speed pickup lamps of the left and Service Tools
right axles and the transmission pickup lamp assist
in the troubleshooting of the signals from the speed SMCS Code: 0785; 4294
pickups.

• If one of the speed pickup lamps in a stopped
vehicle is activated or blinking, there is a bad
speed pickup or a bad circuit.

• If one of the speed pickup lamps is off in a moving
vehicle, there is a bad speed pickup or a bad
circuit.

Harness Fault Lamps
During the functional test, a second person should
observe the three harness fault lamps. Ignore the
diagnostic lamp for the speed pickup during the Illustration 70
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functional testing.
Caterpillar digital multimeter

• If one of the harness lamps activates during a Any Caterpillar digital multimeter can be used to
functional test, then there is a short in the circuit
or an open in the circuit. measure the voltage, the current, or the resistance.
Refer to Special Instructions, SEHS7734 for the
operation procedure of the multimeter.
• If one of the harness lamps blinks on and off during
a functional test, there is a short to the ground in
the indicated circuit.
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i01770677 i01388394

Troubleshooting Methods Lamp Checks
SMCS Code: 4294 SMCS Code: 4294-081

Many of the connections between the harnesses may Check 1
not be tight. This could cause permanent electrical
problems or intermittent electrical problems. Be 1. The following conditions must exist:
certain that the connectors are tightly fastened before
any tests are performed.
• The transmission is in NEUTRAL.
The failure of an electrical component can cause the
failure of other components.
• The parking brake is on.
• The engine is running.
Note: Use any Caterpillar digital multimeter to
measure the voltage or the resistance. • The warning for low air pressure is off.
When the voltage is checked during the test 2. Find the Traction Control System electronic control
procedures, the level of the voltage must be at least module behind the operator's seat or in the rear of
24 volts in order to have a “Voltage” condition. There the cab. Remove the panel.
will be a “No Voltage” condition if the level of the
voltage is less than 24 volts. 3. Look at the electrical power lamp.

If the continuity is measured with any Caterpillar Expected Results
digital multimeter and more than one or two ohms of
resistance is found, find the cause of the resistance. The electrical power lamp should be on.
Correct the problem and continue troubleshooting.
Problem
The traction control system electronic control module
can still work correctly when there is almost 300
The electrical power lamp does not turn on.
ohms resistance in a circuit that must have continuity.
Any resistance above one or two ohms is not a good Solution
condition. This is an indication of a bad circuit or a
corrosive circuit. Check the Traction Control System electronic control
module for power. Refer to the first two steps of
Many of the steps in the test procedure need a test
problem A in the Testing and Adjusting, “Problems”
wire assembly in order to ground a contact in a plug
section of this service manual.
or a receptacle. The test wire assemblies consist of
an alligator clamp, a piece of wire, electrical tape,
and a pin or a socket. For good connections, solder Check 2
the wire to the pin or the socket. The wire should also
be soldered to the alligator clamp. Then, wrap the 1. Look at the control box lamp.
connection with electrical tape.
Expected Results
The control box lamp should be off.

Problem

The control box lamp is on.

Solution

Proceed to problem C in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual.

Check 3
g00322046
Illustration 71
Test wire assemblies 1. Move the TCS test switch on the dash to the Test
Mode position.
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Expected Results Problem

All the lamps should be on during the five second The lamp is on.
lamp test. The lamps then return to the normal state.
Solution
Problem
Proceed to problem E in the Testing and Adjusting,
All the lamps are not on. “Problems” section of this service manual.

Solution
Check 7
Proceed to problem A in the Testing and Adjusting, 1. Look at the lamp for the service brake or the
“Problems” section of this service manual.
retarder while the service brakes are released and
the retarder is applied.
Check 4
Expected Results
1. Look at the lamp for the vehicle identification.
The lamp should be on.
Expected Results
Problem
The lamp should be off.
The lamp is off.
Problem
Solution
The lamp is on.
Proceed to problem F in the Testing and Adjusting,
Solution “Problems” section of this service manual.

Proceed to problem B in the Testing and Adjusting, Check 8
“Problems” section of this service manual.
1. Release the retarder.
Check 5
Expected Results
1. Look at the lamp for the service brake or the
retarder. The lamp should be off.
2. Apply the service brakes while the retarder is Problem
turned off.
The lamp is on.
Expected Results
Solution
The lamp should be on.
Proceed to problem G in the Testing and Adjusting,
Problem “Problems” section of this service manual.

The lamp is off. Check 9
Solution
1. Look at the speed pickup lamps for the left and
right axles.
Proceed to problem D in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual.
Expected Results
Check 6 The speed pickup lamps for the left and right axles
should be off.
1. Release the service brake.
Problem
Expected Results
The speed pickup lamps for the left and right axles
The lamp should be off. are on.
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Solution Check 13
Proceed to problem H in the Testing and Adjusting, 1. Fully apply the retarder while the test switch is
“Problems” section of this service manual. turned on. Look at the lamp for the proportional
valve or for the harness for 30 seconds.
Check 10
Expected Results
1. Look at the transmission pickup lamp while the
vehicle is stopped. The lamp should be off.

Expected Results Problem

The transmission pickup lamp should be off. The lamp is on.

Problem Solution

The transmission pickup lamp is on. Proceed to problem L in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual.
Solution
Check 14
Proceed to problem I in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual. 1. Release the retarder, the parking brake, and the
service brake.
Check 11 2. Shift the vehicle into gear. Move the vehicle at
1. Fully apply the retarder while the test switch is 3 to 8 km/h (2 to 5 mph).
turned on. Look at the lamp for the left brake
solenoid or for the harness for 30 seconds. Expected Results

Expected Results There should be free movement or no drag in the
brakes.
The lamp should be off.
Problem
Problem
There is not free movement or there is drag in the
The lamp is on. brakes.

Solution Solution

Proceed to problem J in the Testing and Adjusting, Proceed to problem M in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual. “Problems” section of this service manual.

Check 12 Check 15
1. Fully apply the retarder while the test switch is 1. Turn on the test mode switch while the machine
turned on. Look at the lamp for the right brake is still moving in a straight line at 3 to 8 km/h
solenoid or for the harness for 30 seconds. (2 to 5 mph). Look at the speed pickup lamp for at
least five seconds.
Expected Results
Expected Results
The lamp should be off.
The lamp should be off.
Problem
Problem
The lamp is on.
The lamp is on.
Solution
Solution
Proceed to problem K in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual. Proceed to problem N in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Problems” section of this service manual.
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Check 16 S/N: SHH1-Up

1. Stop the vehicle and stop the engine. Engage the S/N: 3BJ1-Up
parking brake. S/N: 3SJ1-Up
2. Check the coding for the vehicle harness. S/N: 4XJ1-Up

Expected Results S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
The coding must agree with the chart in Problem B
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Problems” section of S/N: 5RK1-Up
this service manual.
S/N: 6HK1-Up
Problem
S/N: 7EK1-Up
The coding does not match. S/N: ASK1-Up
Solution S/N: 1HL1-Up

Correct the coding in order to match the model of S/N: JRP1-Up
the vehicle. S/N: JXP1-Up
If the expected results are seen in each check, S/N: 3PR1-Up
proceed to the troubleshooting section.
S/N: 4AR1-Up
i02512451 S/N: 5ER1-Up
Problems S/N: 5TR1-Up

SMCS Code: 4294 S/N: 6JR1-Up

S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 6KR1-Up

S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 7ER1-Up

S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up

S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up

S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up

S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up

S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up

S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up

S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: DLS1-Up

S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up

S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up

S/N: EED1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up

S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up

S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up

S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up

S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up

S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: APX1-Up

S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: ATY1-Up
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S/N: MSY1-Up Step 4
S/N: 2PZ1-Up While the test switch is on, check for a short or a
S/N: 4GZ1-Up ground between pin “5” of the harness connector and
the vehicle frame. There should not be any continuity.
S/N: 5AZ1-Up
• If there is continuity, locate the source of the short
to the ground. Repair the problem.
Problem A
All the lamps are not on during the five second lamp Step 5
test.
Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control
Step 1 module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
second jumper should be connected from pin “2” of
Move the test switch to the OFF position for at least the electronic control module to socket “2” of the
two seconds and then move the test switch to the ON harness connector. Turn on the disconnect switch.
position. All the lamps should be on during the five Check for voltage between pin “5” and pin “2” on the
seconds lamp test. former Traction Control System electronic control
module. The measured voltage should be 12 ± 2
• If all the lamps are off, proceed to “Step 2”. DCV. Check for voltage between J2 pin 2 and pin
“2” on the current Traction Control System electronic
• If the test mode lamp is off, go to “Step 3”. control module. The measured voltage should be 10
± 2 DCV.
• Some of the lamps may be off and some of the
lamps may be on. Record any lamps that are off.
Proceed to the next check. • If the incorrect voltage is found, replace the
electronic control module.

Step 2 Step 6
Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic A jumper wire should be connected from pin “5” to pin
control module. “11” on the former Traction Control System electronic
control module. A second jumper wire should be
Test the battery circuit for voltage with the key in
connected from J1 pin 9 to J2 pin 2 on the current
the ON position. Connect the probes to the cab
Traction Control System electronic control module. All
connector with the voltmeter on a scale of 200 DCV. the lamps should be on for the five second lamp test.
Measure the voltage of the vehicle between contact
1 and contact 2 of the cab connector. If 25 ± 7 DCV is
measured, replace the electronic control module.
• If no lamps are on during the lamp test, replace the
electronic control module.
• Troubleshoot the cab harness. Look for any shorts
or any opens between the cab connector, the Problem B
power harness connector of the battery, and the
fuse. The lamp for vehicle identification is on.

Step 3 Note: This check determines if the wrong pattern
for the vehicle ID is caused by the electronic control
Disconnect the harness connector from the electronic module or by the harness coding.
control module. Check for continuity on the harness
connector. The former Traction Control System Step 1
electronic control module has a single connector
and the current Traction Control System electronic Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic
control module has a dual connector. On the former control module. Connect the ground probe of the
Traction Control System electronic control module, continuity tester to socket “2” of cab connector. Test
check between pin “5” and pin “11”. On the current on the former Traction Control System electronic
Traction Control System electronic control module, control module for continuity. Use cab connector
check between J1 pin 9 and J2 pin 2. When the test sockets “16” through “20” in order to test for
switch is on, there should be continuity. continuity. Test on the current Traction Control
System electronic control module for continuity. Use
• No continuity indicates that the test switch has cab connector sockets “19”, “18”, “17”, “36”, and “37”
failed or that the test harness is open. to test for continuity.
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Compare the pattern of the continuity to the chart for Step 1
vehicle identification. If the pattern of the continuity is
identical to the chart for vehicle identification, replace Replace the electronic control module.
the electronic control module.
Note: Do not replace the electronic control module if
• Repair the harness in order to match the vehicle the lamp is on because of the five second lamp test.
identification.

Note: Use a 6V-4812 VE Remover tool and a
Problem D
6V-3001 Crimping tool.
The service brake or the retarder lamp does not
Table 2 come on when the service brake is applied.
Coding for the TCS
Step 1
ID Code HC 0 HC 1 HC 2 HC 3 HC 4
Current Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin
Apply the service brake while the retarder is off. If the
Traction “19” “18” “17” “37” “36” lamp is on, proceed to the next check.
Control
System If the lamp is off, proceed to “Step 2”.
electronic
control Step 2
module
Former Pin Pin Pin Pin Pin Check for the following problems which could cause
Traction “16” “17” “18” “19” “20” the lamp to not come on:
Control
System • No brake air pressure
electronic
control • The pressure switch of the brake has failed or the
module pressure switch of the brake has closed.
768/769/771 -(1) - G(2) - G
- - -
• There is a short from the switch harness of the
772 or 773 G G brake to a voltage source.
with 21 x 35
inch tires If the problem is located, repair the problem and then
772/773/775 - - G G - repeat “Step 1”.
776/777 - G G - -
If no problem is found, proceed to “Step 3”.
785 - - - G G
789 G - - G - Step 3
793 - G - G - Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
(1) - represents no connection. be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control
(2) G represents a connection to the ground. module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
second jumper wire should be connected from pin “2”
Note: The current Traction Control System electronic of the electronic control module to socket “2” of the
control module has dual connectors and an adapter harness connector. Turn on the disconnect switch.
harness assembly. The former Traction Control If the brake or the retarder lamp comes on, the
System electronic control module has a single electronic control module is good. Repeat “Step 2”.
connector. When the former Traction Control System
electronic control module is replaced, use the adapter If the lamp is off, replace the electronic control
harness assembly to adapt the dual connectors of module.
the current Traction Control System electronic control
module. The adapter harness assembly may not be Problem E
installed on newer applications.
The service brake or the retarder lamp does not turn
Problem C off when the brake is released and the retarder is off.

The lamp for the electronic control module is on or
blinking.
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Step 1 Step 2
Be certain that the retarder is off. Apply the service Check for the following problems which could cause
brakes and then release the service brakes. When the lamp to not turn on:
you release the brakes, the lamp will be on or off. If
the lamp is off, proceed to the next check. • No retarder air pressure
If the lamp is on, proceed to “Step 2”. • The retarder switch has failed or the retarder
switch has closed.
Step 2
• The switch harness of the retarder has shorted to
Check for the following problems which could cause a voltage source.
the lamp to remain on:
If a problem is located, repair the problem and repeat
“Step 1”.
• There is a short to the ground in the switch harness.
If a problem is found, proceed to “Step 3”.
• There is an open in the switch harness.
• The brake switch did not open. Step 3
• The retarder switch did not open. Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control
• The brake air pressure remains high at the switch. module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
second jumper wire should be connected from pin “2”
If a problem is located, repair the problem and repeat of the electronic control module to socket “2” of the
“Step 1”. harness connector. Turn on the disconnect switch. If
the brake or the retarder lamp comes on, the control
If a problem is found, proceed to “Step 3”. box is good. Repeat “Step 2”.

Step 3 If the lamp is off, replace the electronic control
module.
Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control Problem G
module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
second jumper wire should be connected from pin The service brake or the retarder lamp does not turn
“2” of the electronic control module to socket “2” of off when the retarder is released and the brake is off.
the harness connector. If a former Traction Control
System electronic control module is installed, a third
jumper wire should be connected from pin “5” to pin Step 1
“9”. If a current Traction Control System electronic
control module is installed, a third jumper wire should Be certain that the service brake is off. Apply the
be connected from J1 pin 9 to J2 pin 1. Turn on the retarder and then release the retarder. When the
disconnect switch. If the service brake or the retarder retarder is released, the lamp should be on or off. If
lamp goes off, repeat “Step 1”. the lamp is off, proceed to the next check.

If the lamp remains on, replace the electronic control If the lamp is on, proceed to “Step 2”.
module.
Step 2
Problem F Check for the following problems which could cause
the lamp to remain on:
The service brake or the retarder lamp does not
come on when the retarder is applied.
• There is a short to the ground in the switch harness.
Step 1 • There is an open in the switch harness.
Apply the retarder while the service brake is off. If the • The retarder switch did not open.
lamp is on, proceed to the next check.
• The brake switch did not open.
If the lamp is off, proceed to “Step 2”.
• The retarder air pressure remains high at the
switch.
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If a problem is located, repair the problem and repeat Step 4
“Step 1”.
Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
If a problem is found, proceed to “Step 3”. be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control
module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
Step 3 second jumper wire should be connected from pin
“2” of the electronic control module to socket “2”
Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should of the harness connector. Turn on the disconnect
be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control switch and the switch for the key. If all the lamps are
module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A off, reconnect the electronic control module to the
second jumper wire should be connected from pin “2” harness. Proceed to “Step 5”.
of the electronic control module to socket “2” of the
harness connector. If the installed Traction Control If a lamp is still on, replace the electronic control
System electronic control module is not a current module.
model, a third jumper wire should be connected from
pin “5” to pin “9”. If a current Traction Control System Step 5
electronic control module is installed, a third jumper
wire should be connected from J1 pin 9 to J2 pin 1. Disconnect the harness connector from the pickup
Turn on the disconnect switch. If the service brake or that has an activated lamp. Restart the engine. If the
the retarder lamp goes off, repeat “Step 1”. lamp is off, proceed to “Step 6”.

If the lamp remains on, replace the electronic control If the lamp is on, look for intermittent shorts that are
module. going from the pickup signal harness to a voltage
source.
Problem H
Step 6
A lamp for an axle pickup is on when the vehicle is
stopped. A jumper wire should be connected from socket “A”
to socket “C” of the pickup harness connector. If the
Step 1 lamp is off, proceed to the next check.

Set the parking brake. Put the transmission in If the lamp is on, look for intermittent shorts to the
NEUTRAL and stop the engine. Turn the key in ground or for an open in the pickup signal harness.
the switch in order to power the electronic control
module. If the lamp is off, proceed to “Step 5”. Problem I
If the lamp is on, proceed to “Step 2”. The transmission pickup lamp is on when the vehicle
is stopped.
Step 2
Step 1
Remove the axle pickup that has the activated lamp.
Reconnect the pickup to the harness. Isolate the Check the operation of the transmission control. If
pickup case from the frame ground. If the lamp is off, the operation of the transmission control is good,
replace the pickup. proceed to “Step 2”.

If the lamp is on, proceed to “Step 3”. Troubleshoot the transmission control.

Step 3 Step 2
Disconnect the harness connector from the pickup. If Check the speedometer reading when the following
the lamp is off, replace the pickup. conditions exist:

If the lamp is on, proceed to “Step 4”. • The vehicle is stopped.
• The engine is off.
• The keyed switch is on.
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If the speedometer reading is not zero, inspect Problem K
the harness connection to the transmission speed
distributor. If no problems are found, replace the The right brake solenoid or the harness lamp is on.
transmission speed distributor.
Step 1
Step 3
Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic
If the transmission pickup lamp is on, disconnect control module. Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity
the harness connector from the transmission in order to test the right solenoid circuit for resistance.
speed distributor. Start the engine and look at the On a former Traction Control System electronic
transmission pickup lamp. If the lamp is off, inspect control module, measure the resistance between
the harness in order to find the problem. If no problem contacts “13” and “2” of the cab connector. On a
is found, replace the transmission speed distributor. current Traction Control System electronic control
module, measure the resistance between contacts
If the lamp is on, check for a short that is going from J1 pin 4 and J1 pin 2 of the cab connector. If the
transmission pickup line 271 to a source of voltage. If measured resistance is between 18 and 45 ohms,
a short is not found, proceed to “Step 4”. replace the electronic control module. Proceed to
“Step 2”.
Step 4
Step 2
Turn off the disconnect switch. A jumper wire should
be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control Disconnect the harness from the right solenoid
module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A valve. Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity to
second jumper should be connected from pin “2” of test the resistance of the right solenoid. Measure
the electronic control module to socket “2” of the the resistance between contacts “2” and “3” of
harness connector. Turn on the disconnect switch. If the solenoid harness connector. If the measured
the transmission pickup lamp is off, repeat “Step 1”. resistance is between 18 and 45 ohms, troubleshoot
the harness.
If the lamp is on, replace the electronic control
module. Replace the 6T-3383 Coil Assembly on the
9G-9988 Solenoid Valve.
Problem J
Problem L
The left brake solenoid or the harness lamp is on.
The proportional valve or the harness lamp is on.
Step 1
Step 1
Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic
control module. Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic
in order to test the left solenoid circuit for resistance. control module. Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity
On a former Traction Control System electronic in order to test the proportional valve circuit for
control module, measure the resistance between resistance. On a former Traction Control System
contacts “12” and “2” of the cab connector. On a electronic control module, measure the resistance
current Traction Control System electronic control between contacts “10” and “2” of the cab connector.
module, measure the resistance between contacts On a current Traction Control System electronic
J1 pin 3 and J1 pin 2 of the cab connector. If the control module, measure the resistance between
measured resistance is between 18 and 45 ohms, contacts J1 pin 5 and J1 pin 2 of the cab connector.
replace the electronic control module. Proceed to If the measured resistance is between 12 and 22
“Step 2”. ohms, replace the electronic control module. Proceed
to “Step 2”.
Step 2
Step 2
Disconnect the harness from the left solenoid valve.
Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity to test the Disconnect the harness from the proportional
resistance of the left solenoid. Measure the resistance valve. Use a VOM with a 200 ohm capacity to test
between contacts “1” and “4” of the solenoid harness the resistance of the proportional valve solenoid.
connector. If the measured resistance is between 18 Measure the resistance between contacts “1” and
and 45 ohms, troubleshoot the harness. “2” of the proportional harness connector. If the
measured resistance is between 12 and 22 ohms,
Replace the 6T-3383 Coil Assembly on the troubleshoot the harness.
9G-9988 Solenoid Valve.
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Replace the 3T-0062 Proportional Valve. Problem O
Problem M The axle pickup is off when the vehicle is moving.

The brakes drag during a no-slip condition. Step 1

Step 1 Stop the vehicle. Set the parking brake and put the
transmission in the NEUTRAL position. Shut off the
Stop the vehicle and disconnect the cab harness engine. Turn on the key and the disconnect switch in
from the electronic control module. Move the vehicle order to send power to the electronic control module.
at a slow speed. If the brakes release, replace
the electronic control module. If the brakes do not Remove the guard and disconnect the pickup from
release, proceed to “Step 2”. the harness. Remove the axle pickup from the
housing and reconnect the harness to the pickup.
Create an electrical contact between the pickup case
Step 2 and the vehicle frame.
Stop the vehicle. Disconnect the harness connectors Wave a screwdriver blade about 1 mm (.04 inch)
at the selector solenoid valve and at the proportional from the sensing end of the pickup. Another person
valve. If the brakes release, troubleshoot the wiring should watch the corresponding lamps. If the lamp
harness of the TCS. If the brakes do not release, flashes, proceed to “Step 2”. If the lamp does not
proceed to the hydraulic troubleshooting section. flash, proceed to “Step 4”.

Problem N Step 2
The diagnostic lamp of the speed pickup is on. Look down the hole for the pickup in the housing.
Use a flashlight to look for the speed gear teeth. If the
Step 1 teeth can be seen across the entire width of the hole,
proceed to “Step 2”. If the teeth cannot be seen, the
When the speed of the vehicle is 3 to 8 km/h speed gear has been incorrectly installed.
(2 to 5 mph), count the number of flashes in
five seconds. Refer to the following chart for the Step 3
identification of the failed pickup.
Remove the axle shaft. Verify that the speed gear
• One flash indicates the left axle pickup. collar is attached tightly. Verify that the correct
distance exists between the outer end of the axle and
• Two flashes indicate the right axle pickup. the collar edge. If the correct distance exists and the
collar is tight, check for an incorrect adjustment. If the
• Three flashes indicate the transmission pickup. correct distance does not exist and the collar is not
attached tightly, correct the problem.
• Four flashes indicate the speed pickup lamp.
The following table has the correct distances for the
If there are either one, two, or four flashes, proceed different sales models.
to “Step 2”. If there are three flashes, proceed to
“Step 3”. Table 3

Sales Model Correct Distance
Step 2
768C/769C/769D/771C/ 930 mm (36.6 inch)
While the machine is moving, look at the left and right 771D
axle pickups. If one or both of the axle pickups are 772B/773B/773D/775B/ 1059 mm (41.7 inch)
disconnected, proceed to “Problem O”. 775D/773F/775F

If both lamps are on, proceed to “Problem H”. 776/777 1218 mm (48.0 inch)
776B/777B/776C/777C 1218 mm (48.0 inch)
Step 3 776D/777D/777F 1295 mm (50.1 inch)
While the machine is moving, look at the transmission 784B/785/785B/784C/ 1318 mm (51.9 inch)
pickup lamps. If the lamp is off, proceed to “Problem 785C
P”. If the lamp is on, proceed to “Problem I”. 789/789B/789C 1550 mm (61.0 inch)
793/793B/793C/793D 1735 mm (68.3 inch)
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Step 4 Step 1
Disconnect the chassis harness from the axle pickup. Check the operation of the transmission control. If
Test the voltage that is going from the chassis the operation of the transmission control is normal,
harness to the pickup. Set the scale of the voltmeter proceed to “Step 2”.
to 20 VDC. Connect the probes of the voltmeter
to the chassis harness pickup connector. Measure Troubleshoot the transmission control.
the voltage between contacts “A” and “B”. If 12 ± 2
VDC is found on a former Traction Control System Step 2
electronic control module, proceed to “Step 5”. If
10 ± 2 VDC is found on a current Traction Control Check the reading of the speedometer when the
System electronic control module, proceed to “Step vehicle is moving between 2 and 5 mph. If the
5”. Troubleshoot the harness. reading of the speedometer is between 2 and 5 mph,
proceed to “Step 3”.
Step 5
If the reading on the speedometer is 0 km/h
A jumper wire should be connected to socket “A” of (0 mph), inspect the Sure-seal connections on the
the chassis harness pickup connector. Touch socket transmission speed distributor. If no problems are
“C” of the chassis harness pickup connector with the found, replace the transmission speed distributor.
jumper wire from socket “A”. Another person should
watch the corresponding lamps. If the lamp flashes, Step 3
the harness is good. Replace the pickup.
Check for an open or a short in transmission pickup
If the lamp does not flash, proceed to “Step 6”. line 768. If no shorts or opens are found, proceed
to “Step 4”.
Step 6
Correct the problem.
Disconnect the cab harness from the electronic
control module. Perform a test for the continuity of Step 4
the signal circuit in the axle pickup. If continuity is
found, replace the electronic control module. Check for a failed electronic control module. Turn off
the disconnect switch.
Check the continuity of the left pickup on a former
Traction Control System electronic control module. In When the former Traction Control System electronic
order to check the continuity, check between socket control module is installed, a jumper wire should
“6” of the cab connector and socket “C” of the axle be connected from pin “1” of the electronic control
pickup. Check the continuity of the left pickup on the module to socket “1” of the harness connector. A
current Traction Control System electronic control second jumper wire should be connected from pin
module. In order to check the continuity, check “2” of the electronic control module to socket “2” of
between J1 pin 29 of the cab connector and socket the harness connector. A third jumper wire should be
“C” of the axle pickup. connected from pin “5” to pin “3” on the electronic
control module. Turn on the disconnect switch and
Check the continuity of the right pickup on a former the keyed switch. Watch the transmission pickup
Traction Control System electronic control module. In lamp as contact is made several times with pin “3”.
order to check the continuity, check between socket The transmission pickup lamp should momentarily
“7” of the cab connector and socket “C” of the axle blink as contact is made between pin “5” and pin
pickup. Check the continuity of the right pickup on “3”. If the lamp does not blink, replace the electronic
the current Traction Control System electronic control control module.
module. In order to check the continuity, check
between J1 pin 30 of the cab connector and socket
“C” of the axle pickup.

If there is no continuity, troubleshoot the harness.

Problem P
The transmission pickup lamp is off when the vehicle
is moving.
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When the former Traction Control System electronic S/N: 2TK1-Up
control module is installed, connect a jumper wire
from J1 pin 1 of the electronic control module to S/N: 5RK1-Up
socket “1” of the harness connector. A second S/N: 6HK1-Up
jumper wire should be connected from J1 pin2 of the
electronic control module to socket “2” of the harness S/N: 7EK1-Up
connector. A third jumper wire should be connected
from J1 pin 9 to J1 pin 10 on the electronic control S/N: ASK1-Up
module. Turn on the disconnect switch and the
keyed switch. Watch the transmission pickup lamp as S/N: 1HL1-Up
contact is made several times with J1 pin 10. The S/N: JXP1-Up
transmission pickup lamp should momentarily blink
as contact is made between pin J1 pin 9 and pin S/N: 3PR1-Up
“10”. If the lamp does not blink, replace the electronic
control module. S/N: 4AR1-Up
S/N: 5ER1-Up
If the lamp flashes, replace the speed distributor box.
S/N: 5TR1-Up
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S/N: 6JR1-Up
System Schematic S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 1400; 4294 S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
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Illustration 72
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Illustration 73
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System Schematic
SMCS Code: 1400; 4294
S/N: EED1-Up
S/N: JRP1-Up
S/N: DLS1-Up

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Illustration 74
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Hydraulic System S/N: 4AR1-Up
S/N: 5ER1-Up
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S/N: 5TR1-Up
Machine Preparation for S/N: 6JR1-Up
Troubleshooting S/N: 6KR1-Up
SMCS Code: 4294-035 S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
This section of the troubleshooting guide only
S/N: 4XJ1-Up pertains to the hydraulic portion of the TCS.

S/N: 7XJ1-Up In this portion, you should assume that the TCS valve
is powered correctly. Any malfunction is the result of
S/N: 2TK1-Up the valve coil, the valve, or the main reducing spools.
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up
S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
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Be certain that the hydraulic lines of the TCS valve
are properly connected by tracing the lines. The TCS
valve has casting marks in order to indicate a proper
connection. “PS” is the pump signal line. This line
must be connected to the pump supply line at the inlet
side of the parking and secondary brake valve. “P” is
the pump supply line. This line must be connected to
the outlet side of the parking and secondary brake.
“D” is the drain line for the TCS valve. This line must
be connected to an oil return. “L” is the parking brake
release line for the left brake. “R” is the parking brake
release line for the right brake.

Note: Air must not be in the oil for the parking brake
release system. Air in the system can prevent the g00319806
complete application of the brakes. Air in the TCS Illustration 76
will slow down the response time. The process for Disconnected hoist control linkage
bleeding the parking brake release system is in (793C)
Testing and Adjusting, “Air System and Brakes” for
your specific machine.

The body of the truck must be fully in the RAISE
position for the Operational Checks. Make sure
the body retaining pins or the retaining cable are
correctly installed. In order to prevent possible
personnel injury and damage to the body retaining
pins or cable, disconnect the hoist control linkage.

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Illustration 77
Installed pins in the body of the truck

g00319805
Illustration 75
Disconnected hoist control linkage

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Illustration 78
Installed retaining cable
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Illustration 79
System schematic
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor (16) Transmission output shaft speed sensor (29) Return to the relief valve
(2) Left rear brakes (17) Traction Control System electronic (30) Right drive axle speed sensor
(3) Left rear parking brake springs control module (31) Parking brake release section of the oil
(4) TCS valve (18) Parking and secondary brake ball check pump
(5) Drain ball check spring (19) Orifice for the left brake circuit (32) Parking brake release oil filter
(6) Drain ball check (20) Orifice for the right brake circuit (33) Parking brake release oil supply
(7) Signal piston for the drain ball check (21) Replaceable screen for the control (34) Right rear brake
(8) Signal oil circuit (40 micron) (35) Right rear parking brake springs
(9) Service brake air pressure switch (22) Proportional solenoid valve (flow (36) Transmission speed distributor
(10) Retarder air pressure switch control) (37) Stop for the drain ball check
(11) Test mode switch (23) Proportional solenoid signal (left brake) (D) Drain oil to the tank
(12) Left brake reducing spool (24) Selector solenoid signal (right brake) (L) Left parking brake release oil
(13) Ball check valve for the dampening of (25) Selector solenoid valve (P) Supply oil from the parking brake release
the left reducing spool (26) Parking and secondary brake valve pump section
(14) Right reducing spool (27) Parking and secondary brake air (R) Right parking brake release oil
(15) Ball check valve for the dampening of pressure
the right reducing spool (28) Return oil flow to the hydraulic tank
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Machine Preparation for
Troubleshooting
SMCS Code: 4294-035
S/N: EED1-Up
S/N: JRP1-Up
S/N: DLS1-Up

This section of the troubleshooting guide only
pertains to the hydraulic portion of the TCS.
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Illustration 80
In this portion, you should assume that the TCS valve Installed pins in the body of the truck
is powered correctly. Any malfunction is the result of
the valve coil, the valve, or the main reducing spools.

Be certain that the hydraulic lines of the TCS valve
are properly connected by tracing the lines. The TCS
valve has casting marks in order to indicate a proper
connection. “PS” is the pump signal line. This line
must be connected to the pump supply line at the inlet
side of the parking and secondary brake valve. “P” is
the pump supply line. This line must be connected to
the outlet side of the parking and secondary brake.
“D” is the drain line for the TCS valve. This line must
be connected to an oil return. “L” is the parking brake
release line for the left brake. “R” is the parking brake
release line for the right brake.
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Illustration 81
Note: Make sure that you remove all air from
Installed retaining cable
the hydraulic brake system. See the Testing and
Adjusting, “Brake System Air - Purge” for the
procedure.

The body of the truck must be fully in the RAISE
position for the Operational Checks. Make sure
the body retaining pins or the retaining cable are
correctly installed. In order to prevent possible
personnel injury and damage to the body retaining
pins or cable, disconnect the hoist control linkage.
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Illustration 82
The Traction Control System in illustration 82 is shown with a running engine and the parking brake released.
(1) Left drive axle speed sensor (12) Parking and secondary brake ball check (20) Proportional solenoid (servo)
(2) Left rear brakes (13) Indicator lamp for the TCS (21) Selector solenoid valve
(3) TCS valve (14) Input signals for the Traction Control (22) Parking and secondary brake valve
(4) Drain ball check spring System electronic control module (23) Right drive axle speed sensor
(5) Drain ball check (15) Output signals for the Traction Control (24) Right rear brake
(6) Signal piston for the drain ball check System electronic control module (25) Torque converter lockup clutch pump
(7) Signal oil (16) Orifice for the left brake circuit (26) Parking brake release section of the oil
(8) Test mode switch (17) Replaceable screen for the control pump
(9) Service/Retarder brake switch circuit (40 micron) (27) Parking brake release oil filter
(10) Left rear parking brake springs (18) Orifice for the right brake circuit
(11) Transmission output shaft speed sensor (19) Right rear parking brake springs

i01388570 S/N: 4YC1-Up
Towing S/N: 6JC1-Up

SMCS Code: 4294 S/N: 9ZC1-Up

S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: AGC1-Up

S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: BEC1-Up

S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: DMC1-Up

S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: EXD1-Up

S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: SPD1-Up

S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: WWD1-Up
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S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up The drain ports of the TCS valve are plugged by the
S/N: 4XJ1-Up drain ball check spring, the drain ball check, and
the ball check valve of the parking and secondary
S/N: 7XJ1-Up brake. This allows a machine with a dead engine to
be towed. This feature will also prevent the brake
S/N: 2TK1-Up from unexpectedly engaging during a loss of pump
pressure, but the parking and secondary brake will
S/N: 5RK1-Up still function.
S/N: 6HK1-Up
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S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
Towing
S/N: 1HL1-Up SMCS Code: 4294

S/N: JXP1-Up S/N: EED1-Up

S/N: 3PR1-Up S/N: JRP1-Up

S/N: 4AR1-Up S/N: DLS1-Up

S/N: 5ER1-Up The truck is equipped with brakes that are applied by
spring pressure. The parking brakes are released
S/N: 5TR1-Up by oil pressure.
S/N: 6JR1-Up
S/N: 6KR1-Up
S/N: 7ER1-Up Personal injury or death could result when towing
a disabled machine incorrectly.
S/N: CBR1-Up
Block the machine to prevent movement before
S/N: 5SS1-Up releasing the brakes. The machine can roll free if
it is not blocked.
S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 7CS1-Up 1. When possible, engage the parking brake.
S/N: 8AS1-Up
2. Block the wheels.
S/N: AFS1-Up
3. Start the engine and move the gear selector for
S/N: 1HW1-Up the transmission to the NEUTRAL position.
S/N: 2BW1-Up 4. Cycle the ignition switch in order to shut down the
S/N: 2YW1-Up engine.

S/N: 63W1-Up 5. The spool of diverter valve (1) must be moved to
the TOWING position in order to provide supply oil
S/N: 64W1-Up to the parking brake release valve.
S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: AGY1-Up
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Illustration 83
View of the left frame rail for the 773F and 775F trucks

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Illustration 84
View of the 777F truck

6. Loosen two clamp bolts (2) on the diverter valve
and slide plate (3) and spool (4) to the left. After
the spool is shifted, tighten clamp bolts (2). This
will allow supply oil to flow to the parking brake
release valve.
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Illustration 85
Location of the pressure taps for the parking brake release
pressure

7. Use a coupler and a hose to connect a 8T-0857
Pressure Gauge to the pressure taps at the rear
of the machine.

8. Check the pressure of the parking brake. The
pressure of the parking brake should drop to a
value between 34 kPa (5 psi) and 103 kPa (15 psi).

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Illustration 86
View of overhead switches

9. Activate and hold switch (5) in the ON position for
the secondary steering pump. The parking brake
pressure should be greater or equal to 3792 kPa
(550 psi).

10. Move the gear selector for the transmission to the
PARK position.

11. Move the spool of tow valve (1) to OPERATION.

12. Start the engine and move the gear selector for
the transmission to the NEUTRAL position.

13. While the engine is operating at low idle, check
the parking brake pressure. The parking brake
pressure should be greater or equal to 3792 kPa
(550 psi).
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Stationary Pressure - Test
SMCS Code: 4267; 4294

Table 4

Table for the Test of the Stationary Pressure
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Vehicle System Pressure of Control Pressure Control Pressure with a
the Parking Brake without a Powered Powered Selector Valve
Release Solenoid Valve but without a Powered
Proportional Valve
768C/769C/769D/771C/771D/ 3170 ± 200 kPa 3170 ± 200 kPa 2140 ± 200 kPa (310 ± 30 psi)
772B/773B (460 ± 30 psi) (460 ± 30 psi)
775B/775C/776/777/776B/777B/ 4100 ± 200 kPa 4100 ± 200 kPa 3070 ± 200 kPa (445 ± 30 psi)
776C/777C/785/784B/785B/789/ (595 ± 30 psi) (595 ± 30 psi)
789B/793/793B
773D/773E/773F/775D/775E/775F/ 4300 ± 350 kPa 4693 ± 200 kPa 3655 ± 200 kPa (530 ± 30 psi)
776D/777D/777F/784B/785B/784C/ (630 ± 50 psi) (680 ± 30 psi)
785C/789B/789C/793C/793D

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Troubleshooting Notes
SMCS Code: 4294-035

The traction control system cannot function correctly
if the pressures of the parking brake release system
are not within the specified pressure ranges. Before
any other checks of the hydraulic system are
performed, the supply pressure must be checked.
The pressures must be corrected if the pressures
are different from the pressures that are supplied in
the table that is located in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this manual.
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Illustration 87
In order to check the parking brake release system Location of the pressure tap for the right parking brake release
pressures, use the pressure tap locations that 793C truck
are provided in the brake lines. The pressure tap
locations are between the TCS valve and the left and To check the brake pressures on the 769C truck,
right parking brakes. use a quick coupler to replace the left and the right
bleeder screw in the parking brake. Perform this
procedure when the engine is stopped and when the
parking brakes are engaged.

Note: Air must not be in the oil for the parking brake
release system. Air in the system can prevent the
complete application of the brakes. Air in the TCS
will slow down the response time. The process
for bleeding the parking brake release system is
in Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, “Air
System and Brakes” for your specific machine.
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If the parking brake release system pressure is low
or high, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and
Adjusting, “Air System and Brakes” for your specific
machine in order to change the relief valve setting.
If the air pressure that is going to the parking and
secondary brake valve is low, the parking brakes
could have low pressure. A ruptured diaphragm in
the parking and secondary brake valve can also
cause low pressure.

If the parking brake release system pressure is very
low and the pump and the parking and secondary
brake valve are in good condition, check the brakes
for severely worn brake seals. If the brake seals
are severely worn, the parking brakes may not fully g00324907
disengage and the system pressure may be lowered Illustration 88
because of the oil that is leaking. Location of the pressure tap for the right parking brake release

If the left and the right parking brake cycle on and off, To check the brake pressures on the truck, use a
a complete cycle has occurred. quick coupler to replace the left and the right purging
screw in the parking brake. Perform this procedure
when the engine is stopped and when the parking
i02513590 brakes are engaged.
Troubleshooting Notes Note: Air must not be in the oil for the parking brake
release system. Air in the system can prevent the
SMCS Code: 4294-035
complete application of the brakes. Air in the TCS
S/N: EED1-Up will slow down the response time. The process
for bleeding the parking brake release system is
S/N: JRP1-Up in Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, “Air
System and Brakes” for your specific machine.
S/N: DLS1-Up
If the parking brake release system pressure is low
The traction control system cannot function correctly or high, refer to Systems Operation/Testing and
if the pressures of the parking brake release system Adjusting, “Air System and Brakes” for your specific
are not within the specified pressure ranges. Before machine in order to change the relief valve setting.
any other checks of the hydraulic system are If the air pressure that is going to the parking and
performed, the supply pressure must be checked. secondary brake valve is low, the parking brakes
The pressures must be corrected if the pressures could have low pressure. A ruptured diaphragm in
are different from the pressures that are supplied in the parking and secondary brake valve can also
the table that is located in the Testing and Adjusting, cause low pressure.
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this manual.
If the parking brake release system pressure is very
In order to check the parking brake release system low and the pump and the parking and secondary
pressures, use the pressure tap locations that brake valve are in good condition, check the brakes
are provided in the brake lines. The pressure tap for severely worn brake seals. If the brake seals
locations are between the TCS valve and the left and are severely worn, the parking brakes may not fully
right parking brakes. disengage and the system pressure may be lowered
because of the oil that is leaking.

If the left and the right parking brake cycle on and off,
a complete cycle has occurred.

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Pressure - Test
SMCS Code: 4267-081; 4294-081
S/N: 84A1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up
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S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: EXD1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: EYG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
S/N: 2TK1-Up
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up Illustration 89
g00327779

S/N: JXP1-Up (1) Signal oil from the parking and secondary brake pump
(2) Proportional solenoid valve
S/N: 3PR1-Up (3) Selector solenoid valve
(4) TCS valve
(A) Left parking brake release oil
S/N: 4AR1-Up
(B) Right parking brake release oil
(E) Return to the hydraulic tank
S/N: 5ER1-Up (F) Pump oil
S/N: 5TR1-Up
1. Lines (A) and (B) are connected to the rear parking
S/N: 6JR1-Up brakes. These lines are for the parking brake
pressure. Make two connections for pressure
S/N: 6KR1-Up testing in these two lines. Install two long hoses
and two pressure gauges with a capacity of
S/N: 7ER1-Up
0 to 4000 kPa (0 to 600 psi).
S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: 5SS1-Up
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10. Then, the selector solenoid valve should shift.
The right parking brake pressure should decrease
slightly. The pressure should remain at that level
for four to five seconds. Then, the pressure should
drop to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.

11. After approximately five seconds, the right parking
brake pressure should increase to the correct
value. The correct value is given in column 1
of the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this service
manual. The proportional solenoid valve is off and
the selector solenoid valve is centered.

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12. If the parking brake pressures do not respond
Illustration 90 correctly, proceed to the test for the parking brake
(38) Transmission control lever control pressure.
(39) Retarder control lever
(40) Parking brake switch
(C) Pressure gauge for the left parking brake pressure
13. This cycle will continue until the TCS test switch
(D) Pressure gauge for the right parking brake pressure is turned off.

2. Start the engine with the transmission control Observation 1
lever in the NEUTRAL.

3. Pull the retarder control lever downward. Make Problem
sure that the TCS test switch is turned off.
Both the left parking brake pressure and right parking
4. The parking brake should be disengaged and brake pressure are low.
engaged several times while you watch parking
brake pressure gauges (C) and (D). Both the left Probable Cause 1
parking brake pressure and the right parking brake
pressure should drop to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less in The replaceable screen may be plugged. Replace
one or two seconds. Then, the pressures should the screen.
increase at a slower rate. The pressures should
increase at a slower rate because of limitations to Probable Cause 2
the flow. The average rate for the increase is two
or three seconds when the oil is cold. Both the left orifice and the right orifice are plugged
or undersized. The orifice should be cleaned or
5. For the correct operating pressures, refer to replaced.
the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this service
manual. Observation 2
6. Release the parking brake. Problem

7. Change the TCS test switch to the test mode. The left parking brake pressure or the right parking
brake pressure is low.
8. The selector solenoid valve should shift away from
the coil. The left parking brake pressure should Probable Cause 1
decrease slightly. After four or five seconds, the
proportional solenoid valve should be activated The left orifice or the right orifice is plugged or
and the pressure should drop to 300 kPa (44 psi) undersized. The orifice should be cleaned or
or less. replaced.

9. After approximately five seconds, the left parking Probable Cause 2
brake pressure should increase to the value that
was given in column 1 of the table that is in the The selector solenoid valve may be partially stuck in
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - the direction of the low pressure. Free the selector
Test” section of this service manual. The selector solenoid valve and inspect the area.
solenoid valve is centered and the proportional
solenoid valve is off.
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Probable Cause 3 Probable Cause
There may be an excessive amount of clearance The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the
in the TCS valve between the spool and the bore. screen.
Interchange the left and right control valve spools if
you are able. If the problem still exists, replace the Observation 6
control valve.
Problem
The left parking brake pressure does not drop to
300 kPa (44 psi) or less.

Probable Cause
Either the left orifice is missing or the left reducing
spool is stuck. Also, the selector solenoid valve
might not have shifted. Check the left orifice and the
selector solenoid valve. If the left orifice is installed
and the selector solenoid valve is good, then the
reducing spool is stuck. The reducing spool should
g00319811 be cleaned and checked.
Illustration 91
TCS test switch
Observation 7
Observation 3 Problem
Problem Both the left parking brake pressure and the right
parking brake pressure do not rise to the value that
After four to five seconds, the left parking brake was given in column 1 of the table that is in the
pressure decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less. Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
section of this service manual.
Probable Cause
Note: Be certain that the pump and the valve of the
The left coil of the selector solenoid valve is good. parking and secondary brake are good.
The proportional solenoid valve is not leaking. The
left orifice is installed and the left orifice is not Probable Cause
plugged. No corrections are necessary.
The pump flow is going to the drain. Check for a
Observation 4 missing parking brake ball check or for a broken
parking brake ball check. Replace the parking brake
ball check and check the operation of the parking
Problem and secondary brake.
The left parking brake pressure suddenly decreases
to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less. Observation 8
Probable Cause Problem

The left orifice is plugged. Carefully clean the orifice. The left parking brake pressure increases from
300 kPa (44 psi) or less to the value that was given
in column 1 of the table that is in the Testing and
Observation 5 Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this
service manual.
Problem
Probable Cause
Both the left parking brake pressure and the right
parking brake pressure rapidly decrease. The proportional solenoid valve is good. No
corrections are necessary.
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Testing and Adjusting Section

Observation 9 Observation 13
Problem Problem
The left parking brake pressure does not return to the The right parking brake control pressure does not
value that was given in column 1 of the table that is decrease to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure -
Test” section of this service manual. Probable Cause
Probable Cause Either the right orifice is missing or the selector
solenoid valve did not shift. Also, the right reducing
The selector solenoid valve did not center or the left spool might be stuck. Check the right orifice and the
reducing spool is stuck. Check the selector solenoid selector solenoid. If the right orifice is installed and
valve. If the selector solenoid valve is good, then the the selector solenoid valve is good, then the reducing
left reducing spool is stuck. Check for contamination spool is stuck. Check for contamination and clean
and clean the reducing spool. the reducing spool.

Observation 10 Observation 14
Problem Problem
After four or five seconds, the left parking brake Both the right parking brake pressure and the left
control pressure decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or parking brake pressure will not rise to the value that
less. was indicated in column 1 of the table that is in the
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
Probable Cause section of this service manual.

The right coil of the selector solenoid valve is good Note: Be certain that the pump and the valve of the
and the proportional solenoid valve is good. The right parking and secondary brake is good.
orifice is installed and the right orifice is not plugged.
No corrections are necessary. Probable Cause

Observation 11 The pump flow is going to the drain. Check for a
missing parking brake ball check or for a broken
parking brake ball check. Replace the parking brake
Problem ball check. Check the operation of the parking and
secondary brake.
The right parking brake control pressure suddenly
decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.
Observation 15
Probable Cause
Problem
The right orifice is plugged. Clean the orifice.
The right parking brake control pressure increases
from 300 kPa (44 psi) to the value that was given
Observation 12 in column 1 of the table that is in the Testing and
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this
Problem service manual.

Both the right parking brake pressure and the left Probable Cause
parking brake pressure suddenly drop.
The proportional solenoid valve is good. No
Probable Cause corrections are necessary.

The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the
screen.
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Observation 16 • Adjust any fitting, any hose, or any component.

Problem
The right parking brake control pressure does not
return to the value that was given in column 1 of the
table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary
Pressure - Test” section of this service manual.

Probable Cause
The selector solenoid valve did not center or the right
reducing spool is stuck. Check the selector solenoid
valve. If the selector solenoid valve is good, then the
right reducing spool is stuck. Check for contamination
and clean the reducing spool.

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Pressure - Test g01258796
Illustration 92
SMCS Code: 4267-081; 4294-081 (1) Proportional solenoid valve
(2) Selector solenoid valve
S/N: EED1-Up (3) TCS valve
(4) Signal oil from the parking and secondary brake pump
S/N: JRP1-Up (5) Pump oil
(6) Return to the hydraulic tank
S/N: DLS1-Up (7) Right parking brake release oil
(8) Left parking brake release oil

Note: View of the 777F Traction Control Valve
Sudden movement of the machine or release of oil 5. Lines (7) and (8) that are connected to the rear
under pressure can cause injury to persons on or parking brakes can be used to check parking
near the machine. brake pressure. Install two long hoses and two
8T-0857 Pressure Gauges.
To prevent possible injury, do the procedure that
follows before testing and adjusting the automatic Note: The pressure gauges must have a operating
lubrication system. range of 0 to 7000 kPa (0 to 1015 psi).

1. Move the machine to a smooth horizontal location.
Put blocks in front of the wheels and behind the
wheels.

2. Move the transmission control lever to the PARK
position and stop the engine.

3. Permit only one operator on the machine. Keep all
other personnel away from the machine. Also, all
personnel should be visible to the operator.

4. Make sure that all hydraulic pressure is
released before you perform any of the following
procedures:

• Loosen any fitting, any hose, or any component.
• Tighten any fitting, any hose, or any component.
• Remove any fitting, any hose, or any
component.
SENR2986-13 87
Testing and Adjusting Section

g01262532
Illustration 93
View of tee (9) at the rear axle assembly

6. Use a coupler and a hose to connect a 8T-0857
Pressure Gauge to pressure tap (9) at the rear of
the machine.
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Illustration 94
7. Start the engine with the transmission control
lever in the PARK. 9. While the engine is idling, press secondary brake
pedal (10) downward. Make sure that the TCS
Note: The parking brakes are applied in the PARK test switch is in the off position.
position .
10. The parking brake should be disengaged and
8. Move the transmission control lever to the engaged several times. Parking brake pressure
NEUTRAL position. gauges (C) and (D) should indicate changes
in pressure when secondary brake lever (A) is
Note: The parking brakes are not applied in the moved up and down. Both the left parking brake
NEUTRAL position. pressure and the right parking brake pressure
should drop to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less in one or
two seconds. Then, the pressures should increase
at a slower rate. The pressures should increase
at a slower rate because of limitations to the flow.
The average rate for the increase is two or three
seconds when the oil is cold.

11. For the correct operating pressures, refer to
the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this service
manual.

12. Release the parking brake.

13. Change the TCS test switch to the test mode.

14. The selector solenoid valve should shift away
from the coil. The left parking brake pressure
should decrease slightly. After four or five
seconds, the proportional solenoid valve should
be activated and the pressure should drop to
300 kPa (44 psi) or less.
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15. After approximately five seconds, the left parking Probable Cause 2
brake pressure should increase to the value that
was given in column 1 of the table that is in the The selector solenoid valve may be partially stuck in
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - the direction of the low pressure. Free the selector
Test” section of this service manual. The selector solenoid valve and inspect the area.
solenoid valve is centered and the proportional
solenoid valve is off. Probable Cause 3
16. Then, the selector solenoid valve should shift. There may be an excessive amount of clearance
The right parking brake pressure should decrease in the TCS valve between the spool and the bore.
slightly. The pressure should remain at that level Interchange the left and right control valve spools if
for four to five seconds. Then, the pressure should you are able. If the problem still exists, replace the
drop to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less. control valve.
17. After approximately five seconds, the right
parking brake pressure should increase to the
correct value. The correct value is given in column
1 of the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this service
manual. The proportional solenoid valve is off and
the selector solenoid valve is centered.

18. If the parking brake pressures do not respond
correctly, proceed to the test for the parking brake
control pressure.

19. This cycle will continue until the TCS test switch
is turned off.
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Illustration 95

Observation 1 View of overhead TCS test switch for 773F, 775F and 777F cabs

Problem Observation 3
Both the left parking brake pressure and right parking Problem
brake pressure are low.
After four to five seconds, the left parking brake
Probable Cause 1 pressure decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.

The replaceable screen may be plugged. Replace Probable Cause
the screen.
The left coil of the selector solenoid valve is good.
Probable Cause 2 The proportional solenoid valve is not leaking. The
left orifice is installed and the left orifice is not
Both the left orifice and the right orifice are plugged plugged. No corrections are necessary.
or undersized. The orifice should be cleaned or
replaced. Observation 4
Observation 2 Problem
Problem The left parking brake pressure suddenly decreases
to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.
The left parking brake pressure or the right parking
brake pressure is low. Probable Cause
Probable Cause 1 The left orifice is plugged. Carefully clean the orifice.

The left orifice or the right orifice is plugged or
undersized. The orifice should be cleaned or
replaced.
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Testing and Adjusting Section

Observation 5 Probable Cause

Problem The proportional solenoid valve is good. No
corrections are necessary.
Both the left parking brake pressure and the right
parking brake pressure rapidly decrease. Observation 9
Probable Cause Problem
The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the The left parking brake pressure does not return to the
screen. value that was given in column 1 of the table that is
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure -
Observation 6 Test” section of this service manual.

Problem Probable Cause

The left parking brake pressure does not drop to The selector solenoid valve did not center or the left
300 kPa (44 psi) or less. reducing spool is stuck. Check the selector solenoid
valve. If the selector solenoid valve is good, then the
left reducing spool is stuck. Check for contamination
Probable Cause and clean the reducing spool.
Either the left orifice is missing or the left reducing
spool is stuck. Also, the selector solenoid valve Observation 10
might not have shifted. Check the left orifice and the
selector solenoid valve. If the left orifice is installed Problem
and the selector solenoid valve is good, then the
reducing spool is stuck. The reducing spool should After four or five seconds, the left parking brake
be cleaned and checked. control pressure decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or
less.
Observation 7
Probable Cause
Problem
The right coil of the selector solenoid valve is good
Both the left parking brake pressure and the right and the proportional solenoid valve is good. The right
parking brake pressure do not rise to the value that orifice is installed and the right orifice is not plugged.
was given in column 1 of the table that is in the No corrections are necessary.
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
section of this service manual. Observation 11
Note: Be certain that the pump and the valve of the Problem
parking and secondary brake are good.
The right parking brake control pressure suddenly
Probable Cause decreases to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less.

The pump flow is going to the drain. Check for a Probable Cause
missing parking brake ball check or for a broken
parking brake ball check. Replace the parking brake The right orifice is plugged. Clean the orifice.
ball check and check the operation of the parking
and secondary brake.
Observation 12
Observation 8
Problem
Problem Both the right parking brake pressure and the left
parking brake pressure suddenly drop.
The left parking brake pressure increases from
300 kPa (44 psi) or less to the value that was given
in column 1 of the table that is in the Testing and Probable Cause
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this
service manual. The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the
screen.
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Observation 13 Observation 16
Problem Problem
The right parking brake control pressure does not The right parking brake control pressure does not
decrease to 300 kPa (44 psi) or less. return to the value that was given in column 1 of the
table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary
Probable Cause Pressure - Test” section of this service manual.

Either the right orifice is missing or the selector Probable Cause
solenoid valve did not shift. Also, the right reducing
spool might be stuck. Check the right orifice and the The selector solenoid valve did not center or the right
selector solenoid. If the right orifice is installed and reducing spool is stuck. Check the selector solenoid
the selector solenoid valve is good, then the reducing valve. If the selector solenoid valve is good, then the
spool is stuck. Check for contamination and clean right reducing spool is stuck. Check for contamination
the reducing spool. and clean the reducing spool.

Observation 14 i01388715

Problem Parking Brake Control
Pressure - Test
Both the right parking brake pressure and the left
parking brake pressure will not rise to the value that SMCS Code: 4267-081; 4294-081
was indicated in column 1 of the table that is in the
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” S/N: 84A1-Up
section of this service manual.
S/N: BCA1-Up
Note: Be certain that the pump and the valve of the S/N: BDA1-Up
parking and secondary brake is good.
S/N: 8GB1-Up
Probable Cause
S/N: BBB1-Up
The pump flow is going to the drain. Check for a S/N: FDB1-Up
missing parking brake ball check or for a broken
parking brake ball check. Replace the parking brake S/N: 4YC1-Up
ball check. Check the operation of the parking and
secondary brake. S/N: 6JC1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up
Observation 15
S/N: AGC1-Up
Problem S/N: BEC1-Up

The right parking brake control pressure increases S/N: DMC1-Up
from 300 kPa (44 psi) to the value that was given
in column 1 of the table that is in the Testing and S/N: EXD1-Up
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this S/N: SPD1-Up
service manual.
S/N: WWD1-Up
Probable Cause
S/N: EYG1-Up
The proportional solenoid valve is good. No S/N: KEG1-Up
corrections are necessary.
S/N: 14H1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
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S/N: 7XJ1-Up 1. Install two pressure gauges with long hoses to the
TCS valve. Use two pressure gauges that have a
S/N: 2TK1-Up capacity of 0 to 4000 kPa (0 to 600 psi).
S/N: 5RK1-Up
S/N: 6HK1-Up
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up
S/N: 1HL1-Up
S/N: JXP1-Up
S/N: 3PR1-Up
S/N: 4AR1-Up
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Illustration 96
S/N: 5TR1-Up (A) Hose for the left parking brake pressure
(B) Hose for the right parking brake pressure
S/N: 6JR1-Up
S/N: 6KR1-Up
S/N: 7ER1-Up
S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: AFS1-Up
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Illustration 97
S/N: 1HW1-Up
(38) Transmission control lever
S/N: 2BW1-Up (39) Retarder control lever
(40) Parking brake switch
S/N: 2YW1-Up (C) Pressure gauge for the left parking brake pressure
(D) Pressure gauge for the right parking brake pressure
S/N: 63W1-Up
2. Start the engine with the transmission control
S/N: 64W1-Up lever in the NEUTRAL position.
S/N: 01X1-Up 3. Pull the retarder control lever downward. Make
S/N: 02X1-Up sure that the TCS test switch is turned off.

S/N: APX1-Up 4. The parking brake should be disengaged and
engaged several times while you watch the
S/N: AGY1-Up pressure gauges (A) and (B) for the parking
brakes. The left and right parking brake control
S/N: ATY1-Up
pressures should drop to 138 kPa (20 psi) or less
S/N: MSY1-Up in one or two seconds. Then, the pressures should
increase at a slower rate. The pressures should
S/N: 2PZ1-Up increase at a slower rate because of limitations to
the flow. The average rate for the increase is two
S/N: 4GZ1-Up or three seconds when the oil is cold.
S/N: 5AZ1-Up
5. For the correct operating pressures, refer to
the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section in this service
manual.
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6. Release the parking brake. Probable Cause 2
7. Change the TCS test switch to the test mode. The left and right orifices are plugged or undersized.
The orifice should be cleaned or replaced.
8. The selector solenoid valve should shift away from
the coil. The left parking brake control pressure Observation 2
should decrease to the value that was given in
column 3 of the table that is in the Testing and
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in Problem
this service manual. The pressure should remain
at that level for four to five seconds. Then, the The left parking brake control pressure or the right
pressure should drop to 138 kPa (20 psi) or less. parking brake control pressure is low.

9. After approximately five seconds, the left parking Probable Cause 1
brake control pressure should increase to the
value that was given in column3 of the table that is The left orifice or the right orifice is plugged or
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure undersized. The orifice should be cleaned or
- Test” section of this service manual. Then, the replaced.
pressure should return to the normal operating
pressure. The normal operating pressure is given Probable Cause 2
in column 2 of the table that is in the Testing and
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section of The selector solenoid valve may be partially stuck in
this service manual. The selector solenoid valve the direction of the low pressure. Free the selector
is centered. solenoid valve and inspect the area.
10. Then, the selector solenoid valve should shift
toward the coil. The right parking brake control Probable Cause 3
pressure should decrease to the value that was
given in column 3 of the table that is in the Testing There may be an excessive amount of clearance
and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in the TCS valve between the spool and the bore.
of this service manual. The pressure should Switch the left and right control valve spools if you
remain at that level for four to five seconds. Then, are able. If the problem still exists, replace the control
the pressure should drop to 138 kPa (20 psi) or valve.
less.

11. After approximately five seconds, the right parking
brake control pressure should increase to the
value that was given in column 3 of the table that is
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure
- Test” section of this service manual. Then, the
pressure should return to the normal operating
pressure. The normal operating pressure is given
in column 2 of the table that is in the Testing and
Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in
this service manual. The selector solenoid valve
is centered.

12. This cycle will continue until the TCS test switch Illustration 98
g00319811
is turned off.
TCS test switch

Observation 1 Observation 3
Problem Problem
The left and right parking brake control pressures
The left control pressure suddenly drops, but the
are low.
pressure does not drop below the value that was
given in column 3 of the table that is in the Testing
Probable Cause 1 and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in
this service manual.
The replaceable screen may be plugged. Replace
the screen.
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Probable Cause Observation 7
The left coil of the selector solenoid valve is good Problem
and the valve has shifted. The proportional solenoid
valve is not leaking. No corrections are necessary. After four to five seconds, the left parking brake
control pressure rapidly decreases to 138 kPa
Observation 4 (20 psi) or less.

Problem Probable Cause

After four to five seconds, the left parking brake The left orifice is plugged or the proportional solenoid
control pressure decreases to 138 kPa (20 psi) or valve is faulty. The orifice should be cleaned or the
less. orifice should be replaced. Check the replaceable
screen. Replace the proportional solenoid valve.
Probable Cause
Observation 8
The proportional solenoid valve is good and the left
orifice is installed. The orifice is not plugged. No Problem
corrections are necessary.
Both the left parking brake control pressure and the
Observation 5 right parking brake control pressure rapidly decrease.

Problem Probable Cause

The left parking brake control pressure suddenly The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the
drops below the value that was given in column screen.
3 of the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
“Stationary Pressure - Test” section of this service Observation 9
manual.
Problem
Probable Cause
The left parking brake control pressure does not drop.
The probable cause could be a plugged left
orifice, a leaking proportional solenoid valve, or a
continuously powered proportional solenoid valve. Probable Cause
The orifice should be cleaned or the orifice should
be replaced. Check the replaceable screen. Replace The left selector solenoid valve did not shift or the
the proportional solenoid valve or repair the electrical solenoid valve was not powered. Check the oil of the
problem. left selector solenoid valve and check the selector
solenoid for power. The selector solenoid valve may
be stuck because of contamination. The screen
Observation 6 should be cleaned and checked.

Problem Observation 10
After four to five seconds, the left parking brake
control pressure erratically decreases. Problem
The left parking brake control pressure slowly
Probable Cause increases from 138 kPa (20 psi) to the value that was
given in column 3 of the table that is in the Testing
The proportional solenoid valve is faulty or an and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in
electrical problem exists. Replace the proportional this service manual.
solenoid valve or repair the electronics.
Probable Cause
The proportional solenoid valve is good. No
corrections are necessary.
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Observation 11 Observation 14
Problem Problem
The left parking brake control pressure suddenly The right parking brake control pressure suddenly
returns to the value that was given in column 2 of the decreases. The pressure goes below the value that
table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary was given in column 3 of the table that is in the
Pressure - Test” section in this service manual. Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
section in this service manual.
Probable Cause
Probable Cause
The power to the left selector solenoid valve has
turned off. The left selector solenoid valve has shifted The right coil of the selector solenoid valve is good
to the center. No corrections are necessary. and the valve shifted. The proportional solenoid valve
is not leaking. No corrections are necessary.
Observation 12
Observation 15
Problem
Problem
The left parking brake control pressure does not
return to the value that was given in column 3 of the After four to five seconds, the right parking brake
table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary control pressure decreases to 138 kPa (20 psi) or
Pressure - Test” section in this service manual. less.

Probable Cause Probable Cause
The proportional solenoid valve is faulty or the The proportional solenoid valve is good and the right
solenoid valve is not correctly powered. Replace the orifice is installed. The orifice is not plugged. No
proportional solenoid valve or repair the electrical corrections are necessary.
system.
Observation 16
Observation 13
Problem
Problem
The right parking brake control pressure suddenly
The left parking brake control pressure returns to the decreases below the value that was given in column
value that was given in column 3 of the table that is 3 of the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting,
in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in this service
- Test” section in this service manual. Then, the manual.
pressure does not rapidly increase to the value that
was given in column 2 of the table that is in the Probable Cause
Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
section in this service manual. The probable cause could be a plugged left
orifice, a leaking proportional solenoid valve, or a
Probable Cause continuously powered proportional solenoid valve.
The orifice should be cleaned or the orifice should
The proportional solenoid valve is good. The left be replaced. Check the replaceable screen. Replace
selector solenoid valve is stuck or the left selector the proportional solenoid valve or repair the electrical
solenoid valve is still powered. Check the selector problem.
solenoid valve for power. Clean the selector
solenoid or replace the selector solenoid. Check the
replaceable screen.
Observation 17
Problem
After four to five seconds, the right parking brake
control pressure erratically decreases.
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Probable Cause Probable Cause
The proportional solenoid valve is faulty or an The proportional solenoid valve is good. No
electrical problem exists. Replace the proportional corrections are necessary.
solenoid valve or repair the electronics.
Observation 22
Observation 18
Problem
Problem
The right parking brake control pressure suddenly
After four to five seconds, the right parking brake returns to the value that was given in column 2 of the
control pressure rapidly decreases to 138 kPa table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary
(20 psi) or less. Pressure - Test” section in this service manual.

Probable Cause Probable Cause
The right orifice is plugged or the proportional The power to the right selector solenoid valve has
solenoid valve is faulty. The orifice should be turned off. The right selector solenoid valve has
cleaned or the orifice should be replaced. Check shifted to the center. No corrections are necessary.
the replaceable screen. Replace the proportional
solenoid valve. Observation 23
Observation 19 Problem
Problem The right parking brake control pressure does not
return to the value that was given in column 3 of the
Both the right parking brake control pressure and the table that is in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary
left parking brake control pressure rapidly drop. Pressure - Test” section in this service manual.

Probable Cause Probable Cause
The replaceable screen is plugged. Replace the The proportional solenoid valve is faulty or the
screen. solenoid valve is not correctly powered. Replace the
proportional solenoid valve or repair the electrical
Observation 20 system.

Problem Observation 24
The right control pressure does not decrease. Problem

Probable Cause The left parking brake control pressure returns to the
value that was given in column 3 of the table that is
The left selector solenoid valve did not shift or the in the Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure
solenoid valve was not powered. Check the oil of the - Test” section in this service manual. Then, the
left selector solenoid valve and check the selector pressure does not rapidly increase to the value that
solenoid for power. The selector solenoid valve may was given in column 2 of the table that is in the
be stuck because of contamination. The screen Testing and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test”
should be cleaned and checked. section in this service manual.

Observation 21 Probable Cause
The proportional solenoid valve is good. The left
Problem selector solenoid valve is stuck or the left selector
solenoid valve is still powered. Check the selector
The right parking brake control pressure slowly solenoid valve for power. Clean the selector
increases from 138 kPa (20 psi) to the value that was solenoid or replace the selector solenoid. Check the
given in column 3 of the table that is in the Testing replaceable screen.
and Adjusting, “Stationary Pressure - Test” section in
this service manual.
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i03493662 S/N: 5TR1-Up
Parking and Secondary Brake S/N: 6JR1-Up
Release System Leakage - S/N: 6KR1-Up
Check S/N: 7ER1-Up
SMCS Code: 4267; 4278 S/N: CBR1-Up
S/N: 84A1-Up S/N: 5SS1-Up
S/N: BCA1-Up S/N: 6YS1-Up
S/N: BDA1-Up S/N: 7CS1-Up
S/N: 8GB1-Up S/N: 8AS1-Up
S/N: BBB1-Up S/N: AFS1-Up
S/N: FDB1-Up S/N: 1HW1-Up
S/N: 4YC1-Up S/N: 2BW1-Up
S/N: 6JC1-Up S/N: 2YW1-Up
S/N: 9ZC1-Up S/N: 63W1-Up
S/N: AGC1-Up S/N: 64W1-Up
S/N: BEC1-Up S/N: 01X1-Up
S/N: DMC1-Up S/N: 02X1-Up
S/N: SPD1-Up S/N: APX1-Up
S/N: WWD1-Up S/N: AGY1-Up
S/N: KEG1-Up S/N: ATY1-Up
S/N: 14H1-Up S/N: MSY1-Up
S/N: SHH1-Up S/N: 2PZ1-Up
S/N: 3BJ1-Up S/N: 4GZ1-Up
S/N: 3SJ1-Up S/N: 5AZ1-Up
S/N: 4XJ1-Up
S/N: 7XJ1-Up
Personal injury or death can result from machine
S/N: 2TK1-Up
movement.
S/N: 5RK1-Up
Place blocks in front of and behind the wheels to
S/N: 6HK1-Up make sure the machine does not move while the
parking brakes are disengaged.
S/N: 7EK1-Up
S/N: ASK1-Up An internal oil leak in the brake release system
will cause the outlet pressure of the parking brake
S/N: 1HL1-Up
release pump to decrease. An internal oil leak can
S/N: JRP1-Up also cause too much friction between the brake discs
and the plates. This can cause damage to the brake
S/N: JXP1-Up discs and the plates.
S/N: 3PR1-Up 1. Check the brake release system for an internal
S/N: 4AR1-Up leak.

S/N: 5ER1-Up
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Illustration 99 Illustration 100
(1) Oil line that is connected to the TCS valve (5) Tube
(2) Brake control valve
7. Disconnect tube (5) from the right rear brake
2. Disconnect the oil line that is connected to the assembly.
TCS valve at the parking and secondary brake
control valve. The valve is located across from the 8. Connect a gate valve or a needle valve to tube (5).
hydraulic tank on the right side of the frame. Install a gauge that has a capacity of 6890 kPa
(1000 psi) to the valve and the brake housing.
3. Install a gauge that has a capacity of 6890 kPa
(1000 psi) pressure and either a gate valve or a 9. Start the engine. Operate the engine at high idle.
needle valve. The valve and the gauge should be High idle is 2310 ± 50 rpm.
installed between the TCS valve and the brake
control valve. 10. Move the parking brake control lever to the OFF
position.
Note: The gauge must be connected between the
TCS valve and the valve that was installed in step 3. 11. Close the valve that is connected to tube (5). Look
There must not be any oil leaks after the gauge and at the gauge that is connected to the valve and
the valve have been installed. the brake housing. If the oil pressure that is shown
on the gauge decreases by 690 kPa (100 psi)
4. Start the engine. Operate the engine at high idle. in one minute, there is oil leakage in the brake
High idle is 2310 ± 50 rpm. assembly for the right wheel. If there is no drop in
the oil pressure, there is no damage to the circuit
5. Move the transmission control lever to the for the right rear brake.
NEUTRAL position. This will disengage the
parking brake. Check the oil pressure that is 12. Remove the needle valves or the gate valves and
shown on the gauge. The oil pressure should be remove the gauges. Reconnect tube (5).
4300 ± 350 kPa (630 ± 50 psi).
13. Remove any air from the hydraulic oil brake
Note: If there is any oil leakage in the brake system.
system, the gauge may not show a pressure of
4300 ± 350 kPa (630 ± 50 psi) .

6. Close the valve and look at the gauge. If the
pressure has not decreased by 690 kPa (100 psi) Personal injury or death can result from air in the
after one minute, the brake release system will oil for the brake hydraulic system.
not be affected by the oil leakage. Perform the
procedure that is in the Testing and Adjusting, Air in the system can prevent complete brake ap-
“Parking Brake Release Pressure - Test” section plication and it is possible that the wheels on the
of this service manual. machine can not be stopped.

Note: If the oil pressure in the brake release system Air must not be in the oil for the brake hydraulic
decreases by 690 kPa (100 psi) or more after one system to function properly.
minute, there is too much oil leakage and each
component must be checked.
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Index
C P

Control Box Lamp Checks ................................ 48, 52 Parking and Secondary Brake Release System
Harness Fault Lamps .................................... 52, 56 Leakage - Check ................................................... 96
Speed Pickup Lamp ...................................... 52, 56 Parking Brake Control Pressure - Test....................... 91
Observation 1 ...................................................... 92
Observation 10. ................................................... 93
E Observation 11 ............................................................ 94
Observation 12. ................................................... 94
Electrical System .................................................... 44 Observation 13. ................................................... 94
Electronic Control Module (Traction Control Observation 14. ................................................... 94
System). ................................................................ 37 Observation 15. ................................................... 94
Observation 16. ................................................... 94
Observation 17. ................................................... 94
F Observation 18. ................................................... 95
Observation 19. ................................................... 95
Functional Test ................................................................ 46 Observation 2 ...................................................... 92
Procedure ............................................................ 46 Observation 20. ................................................... 95
Observation 21. ................................................... 95
Observation 22. ................................................... 95
G Observation 23. ................................................... 95
Observation 24. ................................................... 95
General Information .............................. 31, 34, 44–45 Observation 3 ...................................................... 92
Operation ...................................................... 33, 36 Observation 4 ...................................................... 93
Observation 5. ..................................................... 93
Observation 6 ...................................................... 93
H Observation 7 ...................................................... 93
Observation 8 ...................................................... 93
Hydraulic System .................................................... 72 Observation 9 ...................................................... 93
Parking Brake Release Pressure - Test.............. 82, 86
Observation 1 ................................................ 83, 88
I Observation 10. ............................................. 85, 89
Observation 11 ..................................................... 85, 89
Important Safety Information .................................... 2 Observation 12. ............................................. 85, 89
Observation 13. ............................................. 85, 90
Observation 14. ............................................. 85, 90
L Observation 15. ............................................. 85, 90
Observation 16. ............................................. 86, 90
Lamp Checks .......................................................... 57 Observation 2 ................................................ 83, 88
Check 1 ............................................................... 57 Observation 3 ................................................ 84, 88
Check 10 ............................................................. 59 Observation 4 ................................................ 84, 88
Check 11....................................................................... 59 Observation 5 ................................................ 84, 89
Check 12 ............................................................. 59 Observation 6 ................................................ 84, 89
Check 13 ............................................................. 59 Observation 7 ................................................ 84, 89
Check 14 ............................................................. 59 Observation 8 ................................................ 84, 89
Check 15 ............................................................. 59 Observation 9. ............................................... 85, 89
Check 16 ............................................................. 60 Pressure Switch (Air) .............................................. 30
Check 2 ............................................................... 57
Check 3 ............................................................... 57
Check 4 ............................................................... 58
Check 5 ............................................................... 58
Check 6 ............................................................... 58
Check 7 ............................................................... 58
Check 8 ............................................................... 58
Check 9 ............................................................... 58

M

Machine Preparation for Troubleshooting ......... 72, 75
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Problems ................................................................. 61
Problem A ........................................................... 61
Problem B ........................................................... 61
Problem C ........................................................... 62
Problem D ........................................................... 62
Problem E ........................................................... 62
Problem F ............................................................ 63
Problem G ........................................................... 63
Problem H ........................................................... 64
Problem I ............................................................. 64
Problem J ............................................................ 65
Problem K ........................................................... 65
Problem L ............................................................ 65
Problem M ........................................................... 66
Problem N ........................................................... 66
Problem O ........................................................... 66
Problem P ........................................................... 67

S

Sensors ................................................................... 39
Service Tools .................................................................56
Solenoid Valves .........................................................39
Proportional Solenoid Valve ..................................40
Selector Solenoid Valve ........................................40
Specifications Section ............................................... 4
Speed Sensor ..... 9, 11, 13–14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26
Adjustment Procedure for the Adapter to the
Gear............................... 10, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25–26
Adjustment Procedure for the Adapter to the Gear
(vehicles that are equipped with a 5T-3083 Axle
Housing) ............................................................ 15
Adjustment Procedure for the Speed Sensors .... 12
Adjustment Procedure for the Speed Sensors
(vehicles that are equipped with a 9D-9252 Axle
Housing) ............................................................ 15
Speed Sensor (Transmission) .......................... 27–28
Installation Procedure for the Speed Sensor
(Transmission) ................................................... 28
Stationary Pressure - Test ............................................ 80
Switches............................................................ 38–39
System Schematic ............................................ 68, 71
Systems Operation Section .................................... 31

T

Table of Contents ...................................................... 3
Testing and Adjusting Section................................. 44
Towing ............................................................................77
Traction Control Valve .................................. 5, 7–8, 42
Transmission Speed Distributor .............................. 41
Troubleshooting Methods ....................................... 57
Troubleshooting Notes ...................................... 80–81
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