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REHS1413-05 07 March 2007

Special Instruction
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Installation and Operation of the Caterpillar Messenger Driver Information Display


SMCS Code: 7490

Commercial Engines and Truck Engines All

Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................... 2 Features of Messenger Display ............................ 2 Engine Operating Information ........................... 2 Information on the Trip of the Vehicle ................ 3 Maintenance Information ................................... 3 Diagnostic Data ................................................. 3 Theft Deterrent .................................................. 3 Correction for the Fuel Adjustment ................... 3 Conguration of the Display .............................. 3 Entry of the DRIVER ID ..................................... 3 State Crossing ................................................... 3 Access to Parameters ....................................... 3 Display Functions .............................................. 4 Function of Buttons on the Display ................ 4 Adjusting the Brightness of the Display ......... 4 Additional Features ........................................... 4 Messenger Display Screen Map ........................... 4 Instantaneous Data Screens .............................. 14 Instantaneous Data Screens for the 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines ......................................... 15 Instantaneous Data Screens for the 3116, the 3126B, the 3126E, the C7, and the C9 Engine ... 16 Screen Display Totals Information ........................ 17 Trip Segments ................................................... 17 Lifetime Totals ................................................... 17 Totals Information (3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines) .......................................................... 18 Fleet Trip Segment ............................................ 18 Driver Trip Segment .......................................... 18 Example of Trip Segments and Lifetime Totals .. 18 The Driver Totals Information For The 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines ............................................................... 20 Accessing The Driver Trip Screens ................... 20

Fleet Trip Totals Screens ................................ 21 Accessing The Fleet Trip Screens .................. 21 Reset Protection of Fleet Trip Totals ................. 22 Fleet Owner Control For Reset of the Fleet Trip Segment ...................................................... 22 ECM Allows The Messenger Display to Reset The Fleet Trip Segment ............................... 22 All Data Has Been Cleared and The Fleet Trip Segment is Reset ........................................ 22 Lifetime Totals Screens ................................... 24 Accessing The Lifetime Totals Screens ............ 24 Fleet Trip State Totals Screens .......................... 25 The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only ............. 25 Accessing Fleet Trip State Totals .................... 25 Economy Model Screens ................................... 26 Information For The 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines ........................................................... 26 Maintenance Data Screens ................................ 27 Diagnostic Data Screens .................................... 28 Procedure to Address the Occurrence of Codes .............................................................. 29 Diagnostic Code Chart ...................................... 29 Theft Deterrent Screens ..................................... 47 Theft Deterrent .................................................. 47 Accessing Theft Deterrent .............................. 47 Customer Parameters Screens for the following engines (3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, and C9. ....... 48 Accessing Customer Parameters ...................... 48 Adjusting Customer Parameters ....................... 48 Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 .. 48 Soft Cruise ..................................................... 50 Fuel Correction Adjustment Screens .................. 50 The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only ............. 50 Accessing Fuel Correction Adjustment ........... 50 Adjusting Fuel Correction ............................... 51 Determining Actual Fuel Economy ................ 51 Entering Actual Fuel Economy ...................... 51 Fuel Correction Out-of-Range Message ..... 51 Display Conguration Screens ........................... 51 Units of Measure ............................................... 52 Selecting the Display Units ............................... 52 Adjusting the Brightness of the Display ............. 52 Driver Entry Screens For The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only ....................................................... 53 Two Different DRIVER IDs ................................ 53 Entering A New DRIVER ID .............................. 53

Selecting a Previously Entered DRIVER ID .... 53 State Crossing Screens ........................................ 55 The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only ............. 55 Accessing State Crossings ............................... 55 Selecting a State ............................................... 56 Troubleshooting .................................................... 57 Diagnostic Test ..................................................... 59 General Information .............................................. 60 Components For The Messenger Display ......... 60 Wiring Diagram For The Installation Of The Display ............................................................. 63 Diagrams for Adapter Harness ............................. 64 Installation In The Dash ........................................ 65 Required Tools .................................................. 65 Installation procedure ........................................ 65 Gimbal Mount Installation ..................................... 66 Required Tools .................................................. 66 Additional Required Components ..................... 66 Installation procedure ........................................ 66

Features of Messenger Display

Introduction
Reference: Systems Operation Do not perform any procedure in this Special Instruction until you read and understand this information. This Special Instruction explains the functionality and the features of the Caterpillar Messenger. This Caterpillar Messenger display is adaptable on the following Caterpillar Engines. 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E. Note: This Caterpillar Messenger will support the 3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, and C9 Engines. However, it will only support these engines if they were manufactured after August 1996. NOTICE Select the desired display prior to moving the vehicle. Do not manipulate the display while the vehicle is moving. This could divert attention from driving efforts and result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Illustration 1 Messenger display

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The Messenger display will show information for the engine and information for the vehicle. For detailed operating information, see the Operation Section of this manual. The driver should review the information in this manual prior to driving. Before driving, the driver should review the Messenger Screen Map in order to select the most important information for the trip. This will avoid the entry of data during the operation of the vehicle. Note: A Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET) may be used to make changes to the Messenger.

Engine Operating Information


The Messenger display provides information on cruise control set speed, PTO engine rpm set speed, fuel temperature to the engine, boost and oil pressure, coolant temperature, and intake manifold temperature.

Information on the Trip of the Vehicle


The Messenger display provides information concerning the quantity of fuel that has been used, the fuel economy, the average vehicle speed, idle time, PTO time, percent idle hour, idle fuel, and PTO fuel. These parameters may relate to trip segments or to the engine history. A Driver and a Fleet Trip Segment is available for 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E engines only. For the Driver Trip Segment, the driver determines the start and stop points. For the Fleet Trip Segment, the vehicle owner determines the start and stop points. The vehicle may be operated in separate states. The Fleet Trip Segment may be tied to each of these states. The Fleet Trip Segment may be split between two drivers and two ID codes.

Table 1

Units Parameter Identier Distance Engine speed Fuel economy Fuel quantity Fuel rate Pressure Speed Temperature Time English Unit Abbreviation Miles MI Revolutions per minute RPM Miles per gallon MPG Gallons (US or Imperial gallons) GAL Gallons per hour GPH Pounds per square inch PSI Miles per hour MPH Degrees Fahrenheit F Hours HR Metric Unit Abbreviation Kilometers KM Revolutions per minute RPM Kilometers per liter KPL Liters per 100 KM l/100KM Liters LTR Liters per hour LPH Kilopascals kPa Kilometers per hour KPH Degrees Celsius C Hours HR

Maintenance Information
The last oil change may be entered. This allows the display to indicate when the next oil change is due.

Diagnostic Data
Engine diagnostic codes may be displayed for the driver. The Messenger display will automatically display potentially serious engine problems. When one of these codes appears, the driver should bring the vehicle to a safe stop. After the display of a serious diagnostic code, the engine may shut down within 20 seconds. Refer to the Diagnostic Code Chart for a list of these codes.

Theft Deterrent
Messenger provides the capability to allow the engine to start or the capability to prevent the engine from starting. The Messenger display can shut down the engine after entering a password with four characters into the display when the engine is at idle.

Entry of the DRIVER ID


The Messenger display provides the capability to enter the ID of multiple drivers. This allows the ECM to log information for multiple drivers. This is useful in driving applications that involve several drivers.

State Crossing
Messenger allows the driver to enter the current state.

Correction for the Fuel Adjustment


Messenger provides the capability to adjust the Fuel Correction Factor of the ECM.

Access to Parameters
The availability of parameters is determined by the engine manufacturer, the model year of the engine, and the ECM settings for the Customer Programmable Parameters. Note: The Messenger display may be used on engines that are not manufactured by Caterpillar. Limited instantaneous data and diagnostic data will be available for these engines. Also, Messenger will only support 3116, 3126 HEUI, C7, and C9 engines that have been produced after August 1996.

Conguration of the Display


Messenger can provide information in either English, French, or Spanish. Units of measure can be displayed in English (miles per hour, US gallons, psi, and F), English (miles per hour, Imperial gallons, psi, and F), or Metric units (kilometer per hour, liters, kPa, and C). The French or Spanish manuals may be ordered by contacting a Caterpillar dealer.

Display Functions
Function of Buttons on the Display Simultaneously pressing and releasing the two center buttons (Down and Up) will cause the display screen to return to the title screen (Instantaneous Data) of the display. Adjusting the Brightness of the Display The display will automatically be dimmed when the headlights are turned ON and the display is connected to the lighting circuit. The illumination of the display may be adjusted manually. 1. The contrast may be adjusted by pressing and releasing the Right arrow button and the Left arrow button from the Adjust Contrast screen. The characters may be lightened by pressing and releasing the Left arrow button until the illumination is satisfactory. The background may be darkened by pressing and releasing the Right arrow until the background is satisfactory. 2. The Down arrow button may be used in order to change the backlight. The backlight may be turned off by pressing and releasing the Left arrow button. The backlight may be turned on by pressing and releasing the Right arrow button. 3. The backlight may be adjusted by pressing the Down arrow button. Pressing and releasing the Left arrow button will decrease the backlight. Pressing and releasing the Right arrow button will increase the backlight. Note: The automatic dim feature will not function if the display has been placed in a manual dim mode. To reactivate the automatic dim feature, turn the power to the display OFF, then back ON.

Additional Features The Messenger display may be mounted in the


dash or on the dash.

The display allows an inside view of the engines

operation. The Messenger display provides information to the driver from the engine Electronic Control Module (ECM) through the J1708 Data Link.

The Messenger screen has a LCD display.

Messenger Display Screen Map


In order to view specic information, a Messenger Display Screen Map is provided in this manual. Arrows are attached to each block of the Screen Map. The arrows indicate the actual arrow buttons that are available with each screen. Pressing an arrow that is not shown will have no effect. The display will remain at the same screen. The rst row of the screen map indicates the title screen for each of the columns on the screen map. The farthest title screen to the right and the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen in column 1 are adjacent in operation. Pressing the right arrow button from the farthest right title screen moves to the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen in column 1. Movement between the columns of information is permitted when the title screen can be viewed. The exception is movement between the Fleet Trip, Driver Trip, and Lifetime Total columns. These columns are available with 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E engines. The Up and Down arrow buttons allow movement up and down through the columns. When the bottom screen of a column is being viewed, press the Down arrow button in order to view the title screen at the top of the column. You cannot press the Up arrow button from the title screen to get to the bottom screen.

Illustration 2 Front view of Messenger display (1) Home buttons (2) Display dimming buttons

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Illustration 3 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines Colums (1-4) are expanded screen maps on heavy duty truck engines (1) 2007 Model Year and above Engines

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Illustration 4 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column (2-driver-eet-lifetime) is for Expanded screen maps.

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Illustration 5 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 3 Driver Economy Reward is for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Note: The parameter must be enabled in order to be viewed.

Illustration 6 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 4 is for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Illustration 7 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 5 is for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Illustration 8 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 6 and column 7 are for Expanded screen maps for messenger.

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Illustration 9 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 8, column 9, and column 10 are for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Illustration 10 3176B, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15 and C-16 Column 11 is for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Illustration 11 3100 HEUI, C7, and C9 Caterpillar Column 1, column 2, and column 3 are for Expanded screen maps for the messenger. (1) 2007 Engines

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Illustration 12 3100 HEUI, C7, and C9 Caterpillar Engines Column 4, and column 5 are for Expanded screen maps for the messenger.

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Instantaneous Data Screens


The display can indicate the status of sixteen engine and vehicle operating conditions . The INSTANTANEOUS DATA can include Current Fuel Economy, Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Economy, Vehicle Speed, Cruise Set Speed, Fuel Rate, Engine Load, Engine Speed, PTO Set Engine Speed, Fuel Temperature, Boost Pressure, Coolant Temperature, Oil Pressure, Intake Manifold Temperature, Ambient Air Temperature, Cold Mode Status, and Multi-Torque Status. Remember that not all engines support all of the INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters. The parameters that are supported depend on the type of engine. For example, 3126B engines only support 11 of the 16 possible INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters. View the appropriate screen map for the particular engine for a complete listing of INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters.

Note: The engine parameters use the ECM as the source of information for the display. The Messenger display and the instrument panel gauges may indicate different values. The display may respond differently to changing conditions as the vehicle operates. The readings between the gauges and display may be different. This does not indicate that the components are faulty.

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Instantaneous Data Screens for the 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines
Table 2

INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS FOR 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 ENGINES Screen Instantaneous Data Parameter Instantaneous Data title screen Description The display will return to this screen at any time during operation by pressing the Down button and Up button at the same time. Press the Right arrow button in order to move the column of the display to the right. Press the Left arrow button in order to move the column of the display to the left. Press the Down arrow button in order to view the FUEL ECONOMY-MPG/AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY-MPG. With a vehicle speed of zero, the fuel economy is zero. Data is available for 1994 or newer 3176B, 3176C, or 3406E engines only. Press the Down arrow button to view VEHICLE SPEED-MPH/CRUISE SET SPEED-MPH. Press the Up arrow button to view INSTANTANEOUS DATA. The screen shows the vehicle speed that the ECM is using for cruise control and PTO operation. The screen shows the current cruise control speed that is set. The value will be zero if a cruise set speed has not been entered. Press the Up arrow button in order to view FUEL ECONOMY-MPG/AVERAGE-MPG. Press the Down arrow button in order to view FUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD. The fuel consumption per hour This is a measure of the load demand on the engine. A higher value indicates that the engine is operating with a heavy load or the vehicle is being driven hard. Press the Up arrow button in order to view VEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED. Press the Down arrow button in order to view /ENGINE SPEED/PTO SPEED. This screen displays the current engine speed and the engine speed is expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM). This screen displays the engine speed setpoint while the engine is in PTO operation or extended idle. The value will be zero if a PTO set speed has not been entered. Press the Up arrow button in order to view FUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD. Press the Down arrow button in order to view FUEL TEMP/BOOST PRESSURE. Fuel Temperature Intake Manifold Air Pressure Press the Up arrow button in order to view ENGINE RPM/PTO SET. Press the Down arrow button in order to view COOLANT TEMP/OIL PSI. Engine coolant temperature Oil pressure Press the Up arrow button in order to view FUEL TEMP/BOOST PSI. Press the Down arrow button in order to view INTAKE AIR TEMP/AMB AIR TEMP.
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Fuel Economy MPG Average MPG

Current fuel economy The average fuel economy of the eet trip segment(1)

Vehicle speed MPH Cruise set speed MPH

Vehicle speed Cruise control set speed

Fuel rate GPH Engine load %

Instantaneous fuel rate Percent load on the engine

Engine RPM PTO set RPM

Engine speed PTO set RPM

Fuel temp (F) Boost (PSI)

Fuel Temperature Boost Pressure

Coolant F Oil PSI

Coolant Temperature Oil Pressure

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(Table 2, contd)

Intake Temp (F) Amb Air Temp (F)

Intake Air Temp Ambient Air Temp

Temperature of the air in intake manifold Temperature of the ambient air Press the Up arrow button in order to view COOLANT TEMP/OIL PSI. Press the Down arrow button in order to view COLD MODE/MULTI-TORQUE. The engine is operating in Cold Mode. The engine is operating in Multi-Torque mode. Press the Up arrow button in order to view INTAKE AIR TEMP/AMB AIR TEMP. Press the Down arrow button in order to view THROTTLE %/EXH GAS TEMP. Position of the throttle Temperature of the exhaust gas Press the Up arrow button in order to view COLD MODE/MULTI-TORQUE. Press the Down arrow button in order to view DPF OUT TEMP. Temperature of the Diesel Particulate Filter Filter outlet Press the Up arrow button in order to view THROTTLE %/EXH GAS TEMP. Press the Down arrow button in order to view INSTANTANEOUS DATA.

Cold Mode On/Off Multi-Torque On/Off

Cold Mode Multi-Torque

Throttle Exh Gas Temp(2)

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Throttle Position Exhaust Gas Temperature

DPF Out Temp(2)

Diesel Particulate Filter Outlet Temperature

(1) (2)

The messenger will show **** until eet trip data is received from the engine controller. 2007 Model Year Engines and above

Instantaneous Data Screens for the 3116, the 3126B, the 3126E, the C7, and the C9 Engine
Table 3

INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS FOR 3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, AND THE C9 ENGINES Screen Instantaneous Data Parameter Instantaneous Data title screen Description The display will return to this screen at any time by pressing the Down button and Up button at the same time. Press the Right arrow button in order to move the column of the display to the right. Press the Left arrow button in order to move the column of the display to the left. Press the Down arrow button in order to view the CURRENT FUEL ECONOMY. With a vehicle speed of zero, the fuel economy is zero. Data is available for 1994 or newer 3116, 3126B, or 3126E engines only. Press the Down arrow button in order to view VEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED. Press the Up arrow button in order to view INSTANTANEOUS DATA. The screen shows the vehicle speed that the ECM is using for cruise control and PTO operation. The screen shows the current cruise control speed that is set. The value will be zero if a cruise set speed has not been entered. Press the Up arrow button in order to view FUEL ECONOMY/MPG. Press the Down arrow button in order to view FUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD.
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Fuel Economy MPG

Current fuel economy(1)

Vehicle speed MPH Cruise speed MPH

Vehicle speed Cruise control set speed

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Fuel rate GPH Engine load %

Instantaneous fuel rate Percent load on the engine

The fuel consumption per hour This is a measure of the load demand on the engine. A higher value indicates that the engine is operating with a heavy load or the vehicle is being driven hard. Press the Up arrow button in order to view VEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED. Press the Down arrow button in order to view PTO/ENGINE SPEED . This screen displays the current engine speed and the engine speed is expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM). This screen displays the engine speed setpoint while the engine is in PTO operation or extended idle. The value will be zero if a PTO set speed has not been entered. Press the Up arrow button in order to view FUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD. Press the Down arrow button in order to view COOLANT TEMP/INTAKE TEMP. Engine coolant temperature Oil pressure in the engine. Press the Up arrow button in order to view ENGINE/PTO SET. Press the Down arrow button in order to view BOOST. The boost pressure is measured in the intake manifold. Cold mode is an engine operating mode that occurs when the coolant temperature is below 18 C (64F). When cold mode is active, idle speed, ignition timing is adjusted, and available power is reduced. Cold mode is intended to improve warm up time of the engine. Press the Up arrow button in order to view COOLANT TEMP/OIL PSI. Press the Down arrow button in order to view THROTTLE %/EXH GAS TEMP. Position of the throttle Temperature of the exhaust gas Press the Up arrow button in order to view BOOST. Press the Down arrow button in order to view DPF OUT TEMP. Temperature of the Diesel Particulate Filter Filter outlet Press the Up arrow button in order to view THROTTLE %/EXH GAS TEMP. Press the Down arrow button in order to view INSTANTANEOUS DATA.

Engine (RPM) PTO set RPM

Engine speed PTO set RPM

Coolant (F) Oil (PSI)

Coolant temperature Oil pressure

Boost (PSI) Cold Mode

Boost Pressure Cold Mode Status

Throttle(2) Exh Gas Temp(2)

Throttle Position Exhaust Gas Temperature

DPF Out Temp(2)

Diesel Particulate Filter Outlet Temperature

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The messenger will show **** until eet trip data is received from the engine controller. 2007 Model Year Engines and above

Screen Display Totals Information


Trip Segments
The Messenger display will provide operating data on the engine in a variety of ways. The Messenger display provides the method in order to label information for both driver and the vehicle owner. With the 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 engines, the Messenger display records information in three separate ways. Lifetime Totals, a Fleet Trip Segment, and a Driver Trip Segment are recorded. With 3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, and C9 engines, the Messenger display records a Fleet Trip Segment and Lifetime Totals.

Lifetime Totals
Lifetime totals are permanently stored in the ECM on the engines. The information is recorded throughout the life of the engine. The Lifetime Totals cannot be reset under normal operation. The Lifetime Totals cannot be deleted under normal operation. The Lifetime Totals are shown on the screen map for the Messenger display.

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Totals Information (3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines)
The Totals Information column facilitates access to the Driver Trip, Fleet Trip, and Lifetime Totals columns. Press the Down arrow button on the Totals Information title screen in order to access the three totals.

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Fleet Trip Segment


This information is intended for the eet owner or owner driver. The ability to reset the information from the Messenger display depends on the software program. The Fleet Trip Segment may be reset with the Cat ET and the appropriate passwords. Resetting the Fleet Trip Segment does not affect the Driver Trip Segment or the Lifetime Totals. The Fleet Trip Segment is shown on the Messenger screen map. The Messenger display provides the driver with the capability to enter the current state. The information on the state is part of the Fleet Trip Segment. The Messenger display provides the capability to enter the information for two drivers for the Fleet Trip Segment. The Fleet Trip Segment can be sorted for the two drivers by the Messenger software. The information on the state is shown on the screen map for the Messenger display. Entering the State Crossing and the DRIVER ID is explained further in the manual. Resetting the Fleet Trip Segment will clear the Driver ID for Fleet Trip. Resetting the Fleet Trip Segment will clear the Fleet Trip State Totals.

Example of Trip Segments and Lifetime Totals


The Explanation of Trip Segment shows the effect of entering the State Crossing, DRIVER ID, Fleet Trip Segment, and the Driver Trip Segment.

Driver Trip Segment


The Driver Trip Segment is intended for the driver and the Driver Trip segment is controlled by the driver. The Driver Trip Totals are shown on the screen map for the Messenger display in column 2. Resetting the Driver Trip Segment does not affect the Fleet Trip Segment or Lifetime Totals. Resetting the Driver Trip Segment does not affect the State Totals or the DRIVER IDS.

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Table 4

Example of the Trip Segment Miles 0 500 1000 2000 Event New engine State crossing entered DRIVER ID2 entered as driver State crossing entered Driver Totals DRIVER ID1=0 miles DRIVER ID2=0 miles DRIVER ID1=500 miles DRIVER ID2=0 miles DRIVER ID1=1000 miles DRIVER ID2=0 miles DRIVER ID1=1000 miles DRIVER ID2=1000 miles DRIVER ID1=1000 miles DRIVER ID2=1800 miles DRIVER ID1=1000 miles DRIVER ID2=2300 miles DRIVER ID1=1500 miles DRIVER ID2=2300 miles DRIVER ID1=2700 miles DRIVER ID2=2300 miles Mileage Totals 0 State 1=500 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=500 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=1500 miles State 3=0 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=1500 miles State 3=800 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=1500 miles State 3=1300 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=1500 miles State 3=1800 miles State 1=500 miles State 2=2700 miles State 3=1800 miles

2800

Driver trip segment reset

3300

DRIVER ID1 entered as driver

3800

State crossing entered

5000

Fleet trip segment reset DRIVER IDs cleared-must be re-entered.

Table 5

Example of the Trip Segment Miles 0 500 1000 2000 2800 3300 3800 5000 Driver Trip Miles 0 500 1000 2000 0 500 1000 2200 Fleet Trip Miles 0 500 1000 2000 2800 3300 3800 0 Lifetime Trip Miles 0 500 1000 2000 2800 3300 3800 5000

Note: The eet trip segment includes State Information and information on the DRIVER ID.

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Table 6

Trip Segment Example Miles 500 Description A state crossing is entered and the vehicle operation is now recorded for State 2. The data for State 1 is stored. Driver 2 begins driving and the vehicle operation is now recorded for Driver 2. The data for Driver 1 is stored. A third state crossing is entered and the vehicle operation is now recorded for State 3. The data for State 1 and State 2 is stored. The Driver Trip Segment is reset. The Fleet and Lifetime information is not affected. Driver 1 returns as the driver. New information is now added to the previous Driver 1 records. The records for Driver 2 are stored. The vehicle has re-entered State 2. Operational information is now added to the State 2 records. The information for State 1 and State 3 are still stored. The Fleet Trip is reset. This clears the records for the State and the DRIVER ID. Driver Trip and Lifetime Totals are unaffected.

1000

2000

2800 3300

3800

5000

The Driver Totals Information For The 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines
The Driver Trip Segment is set by the driver. The driver sets the point to begin and the driver sets the point to end. The procedure is similar to setting a trip odometer. The Driver Trip Segment Totals are independent of the DRIVER ID. If a new driver begins operating the vehicle, resetting the DRIVER ID will not reset the Driver Trip Segment. The screen for the Driver Trip segment has ten parameters. The parameters are Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used, PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time.

Accessing The Driver Trip Screens


The display may be moved Up or Down from Column 2 of the screen map from any of the Driver Trip Screens. The FLEET TRIP screen may also be navigated in the same way as the DRIVER TRIP screen. The Down, Up, and Right arrow buttons are available from any of the DRIVER TRIP DATA screens. Moving to the corresponding FLEET TRIP information allows the driver to compare current DRIVER TRIP data to FLEET TRIP data. The desired screen should be selected prior to driving.

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Table 7

Driver Trip Screens(1) Screen Driver Trip Totals Parameter Driver Trip Totals Screen Description Down arrow-View Driver Trip Data. Left arrow-Moves one column to the left. Right arrow-Moves one column to the right. Shows Driver Trip Average Fuel Economy. Right arrow-Fleet Trip Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow-Driver Trip Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrow-DRIVER TRIP TOTALS title screen. Shows Distance Traveled for the current Driver Trip Segment. Shows Average Vehicle Speed for the current Driver Trip Segment. Up arrow-Driver Trip Average Fuel Economy screen. Down button-Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Right arrow-Fleet Trip Distance Traveled and Average Speed. Shows fuel used during the current Driver Trip Segment. Shows Driver Trip Segment Engine Hours. Up arrow-Driver Trip Segment Distance and Average Vehicle Speed. Down arrow-Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Right arrow-Fleet Trip Fuel and Engine Hours. Shows PTO fuel during the current Driver Trip Segment. Shows Driver Trip Segment PTO time. Up arrow-Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Down arrow-Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Right arrow-Fleet Trip PTO Fuel and PTO Hours. Shows Idle Fuel during the current Driver Trip Segment. Shows Driver Trip Segment Idle Time. Up arrow-Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used and PTO Hours. Down arrow-Driver Trip Percent Idle Time. Right arrow-Fleet Trip Idle Fuel and Idle Hours. A value for the percent of time the driver was idling, calculated from: (Driver Idle Hours Total Driver Hours). Right arrow-Fleet Percent Idle Time. Up arrow-Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Down arrow-Driver Trip Reset screen. To reset the Driver Trip Segment, press the Left arrow button. Up arrow-Driver Trip Percent Idle Time. Down arrow-Driver Trip Segment title screen. Indicates the Driver Trip Segment has been reset. Pressing any button will return display to the Driver Trip Segment title screen.

DRV - AVG MPG

Driver Trip Segment Average Fuel Economy

DRV- MI AVG - MPH

Driver Trip Segment Distance Traveled Driver Trip Segment Average Vehicle Speed Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment Engine Hours

DRV - GAL HR

DRV - GAL PTO HR

Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment PTO Time Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment Idle Time

DRV - GAL IDLE HR

DRV - IDLE %

Driver Percent Idle Time

DRV - RESET TRIP TOTALS DRIVER TRIP RESET PERFORMED


(1)

Driver Trip Reset

Driver Trip Reset Completed

The messenger will show **** until data is received from the engine controller.

Fleet Trip Totals Screens


The screen for the Fleet Trip Segment has ten parameters. The parameters are Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used, PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time. The information for the Fleet Trip Segment is controlled by the eet owner. The information may only be controlled by the driver if the ECM has been programmed to allow the driver to reset the display on the Fleet Trip Segment.

Accessing The Fleet Trip Screens


The display may be moved Up or Down from any of the Fleet Trip Screens. The Driver Trip screen and the Lifetime Total screen may also be navigated in the same way as the Fleet Trip screen. The Left, Down, Up, and Right arrow buttons are available from any of the Fleet Trip Data screens. Moving to the corresponding Driver Trip Segment or Lifetime Total information allows the driver to compare current Fleet Trip Data to the Driver Trip data or Lifetime Total data. The desired screen should be selected prior to driving.

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Reset Protection of Fleet Trip Totals


The Fleet Trip Totals may be reset with the Messenger display or the Fleet Trip Totals may be reset with an Cat ET by the Fleet Owner. Resetting is controlled by a Customer Programmable Parameter that is programmed into the engine ECM by the Fleet Owner. The parameter must rst be programmed into the ECM. The power to the display must be turned OFF and ON in order for the display to recognize the change. Fleet Owner Control For Reset of the Fleet Trip Segment The Fleet Trip Reset may be controlled by the Fleet Owner. The display may be reset with Caterpillar Fleet Information Software or with an Cat ET. ECM Allows The Messenger Display to Reset The Fleet Trip Segment The Fleet Trip Reset may be controlled by the driver. The display is reset with the dash display, with Caterpillar Fleet Information Software, or with an Cat ET. All Data Has Been Cleared and The Fleet Trip Segment is Reset A Fleet Trip Reset will clear all Fleet Trip Totals , Fleet Trip State Totals, DRIVER ID, and State Crossings. No other information is affected.

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Fleet Trip Screens(1) Screen FLEET TRIP TOTALS FLT AVG - MPG Parameter Fleet Trip Totals Title Screen Description Down arrow-View Fleet Trip Fuel Economy Data. Left arrow-Moves one column to the left. Right arrow-Moves one column to the right. Shows average fuel economy and distance traveled during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Left arrow-Driver Trip Average Fuel Economy. Right arrow-Lifetime Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow-Fleet Trip Fuel Used and Gallons Used Per Hour. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Totals title screen. Shows average vehicle speed during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Left arrow-Driver Trip Average Speed. Right arrow-Lifetime Average Speed. Down arrow-Fleet Fuel Used and Engine Hours during current trip. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Fuel Economy title screen. Shows Fuel Used during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Shows Fleet Trip Segment Engine Hours. Left arrow-Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Right arrow-Lifetime Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used Per Hour. Down arrow-Fleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Shows PTO Fuel Used during the Fleet Trip Segment. Displays Fleet Trip Segment PTO Time. Left arrow-Driver Trip Segment PTO Time and PTO Fuel Used. Right arrow-Lifetime PTO Time and PTO Fuel Used. Up arrow-Fleet Fuel Used and Engine Hours during current trip. Down arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Shows Idle Fuel Used during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Shows Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time. Left arrow-Driver Trip Segment Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Right arrow-Lifetime Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel and PTO Hours. Down arrow-Fleet Percent Idle Time. A value for the percent idle time of the eet, calculated from: (Fleet Idle Hours Total Fleet Hours). If the 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 engine ECM has been programmed to allow the Fleet Trip Reset, the Down button displays the Fleet Trip Reset screen. If the Fleet Trip Reset has not been programmed, the Down button returns to the Fleet Trip title screen. Left arrow-Driver Percent Idle Time. Right arrow-Lifetime Percent Idle Time. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. To Reset the Fleet Trip Segment, press the Left arrow button. Up arrow-Fleet Trip Percent Idle Time. Down arrow-FLEET TRIP SEGMENT title screen. (If the 3176B ECM, 3176C ECM, 3406E ECM, C-10 ECM, C11 ECM, C-12 ECM, C13 ECM, C15 ECM, C-15 ECM, or the C-16 ECM has not been programmed to allow the Fleet Trip Reset by the driver, this screen is not available.) Indicates the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset. Pressing any button will return display to the FLEET TRIP SEGMENT title screen. (The 3176B ECM, 3176C ECM, 3406E ECM, C-10 ECM, C11 ECM, C-12 ECM, C13 ECM, C15 ECM, C-15 ECM, or the C-16 ECM must be programmed in order to allow the Fleet Trip Reset by the driver.)

Fleet Trip Segment Average Fuel Economy

FLT AVG MPH

Fleet Trip Segment Average Speed

FLT - GAL - HR

Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment Engine Hours

FLT - GAL PTO - HR

Fleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment PTO Time

FLT - GAL IDLE - HR

Fleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time

FLT - IDLE %

Fleet Percent Idle Time

FLT RESET TRIP TOTALS

Fleet Trip Reset

FLEET TRIP RESET PERFORMED

Fleet Trip Reset Completed

(1)

The messenger will show **** until data is received from the engine controller.

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Lifetime Totals Screens


The screen for the Lifetime Totals has ten parameters. The parameters are Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used , PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time. This information is maintained by the engine ECM for the life of the engine.

Accessing The Lifetime Totals Screens


The display may be moved Up or Down from Column 2 of the screen map from any of the Lifetime Totals Screens. The Driver Trip screen and the Lifetime Total screen may be navigated in the same way as the Fleet Trip screen when the vehicle has the 3176B engine, the 3176C engine, the 3406E engine, the C-10 engine, the C11 engine, the C-12 engine, the C13 engine, the C15 engine, the C-15 engine, or the C-16 engine. The Left, Down, Up, and Right arrow buttons are available from any of the Lifetime Totals Data screens. Moving to the corresponding Fleet Trip information allows the driver to compare current Lifetime Totals to the Fleet Trip data. The desired screen should be selected prior to driving.

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Lifetime Screens Screen LIFETIME TOTALS LFT AVG MPG Parameter Lifetime Totals Title Screen Description Down arrow-View Lifetime Totals Data. Left arrow-Moves one column to the left. Right arrow-Moves one column to the right. Shows Lifetime Total Average Fuel Economy. Left arrow-Fleet Trip Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow-Lifetime Total Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrow-Lifetime Totals title screen. Shows Distance Traveled for the engine to date. Shows Average Vehicle Speed for the engine to date. Left arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrow-Lifetime total miles and average fuel economy screen. Down arrow-Lifetime Total Fuel Used and Gallons per Hour. Shows Fuel Used for the engine to date. Shows Engine Hours for the engine to date. Left arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrow-Lifetime Total Fuel and Hours. Down arrow-Lifetime Total PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Shows Fuel Used for the engine to date. Shows Engine Hours for the engine to date. Left arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrow-Lifetime Total Distance and Average Vehicle Speed. Down arrow-Lifetime Total PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Shows Idle Fuel Used for the engine to date. Shows Idle Time for the engine to date. Left arrow-Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Up arrow-Lifetime Total PTO Fuel Used and PTO Hours. Down arrow-Lifetime percent idle time screen. Shows a value for the percent of total operating time idling, calculated from: (Lifetime Idle Hours Total Lifetime Hours). Left arrow-Fleet Percent Idle Time. Up arrow-Lifetime Total Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Down arrow-LIFETIME TOTALS title screen.

Lifetime Total Segment Average Fuel Economy

LIF MI AVG MPH

Lifetime Mileage Lifetime Average Speed

LIF - GAL - HR

Lifetime Total Fuel Used Lifetime Total Segment Engine Hours

LIF PTO GAL PTO HR

Lifetime Total PTO Fuel Used Lifetime Total PTO Time

LIF IDLE GAL HR

Lifetime Total Idle Time Lifetime Total Idle Fuel Used

LIF IDLE %

Lifetime Percent Idle Time

Fleet Trip State Totals Screens


The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only
The ECM for the Caterpillar 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E will store the data for the distance that is driven, the total fuel consumption number, the idle fuel that has been used, and the PTO fuel that has been used for each state. More than one state may be selected during a Fleet Trip Segment up to a maximum of 50 states. Before the data is stored, the current state must be entered into the display.

Accessing Fleet Trip State Totals


ECM Customer Programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the display. If the State Information is programmed OFF in the ECM, the entire Fleet Trip State Totals column will not be shown. Press the Right arrow button of the LIFETIME TOTALS screen. This will cause the display to skip the FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS screen. Press the Left arrow button of the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. This will cause the display to skip the FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS title screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, the power must be turned OFF and the power turned ON again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Fleet Trip State Totals Screens Screen FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS Parameter Fleet Trip State Totals Title Screen Description The Down arrow button selects a state and the data for that state. If State Crossing has not been entered, the message NO SELECTIONS AVAILABLE will appear. Press any button in order for the display to return to the FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS title screen. From the title screen, the Left arrow button moves to the LIFETIME TOTALS title screen. The Right arrow button moves to the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. Press the Left arrow button in order to begin viewing Fleet Trip State information. Press the Down arrow button in order to view other states, if other states are available. If more than one state is available, use the Down and Up arrow buttons to review the list of states with recorded data. The display shows the distance that has been driven in the selected state for the current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow button returns to STATE SELECTION screen. The Down arrow button will display the fuel that has been used in the selected state. The display shows the Fuel Used in a selected state for the current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow button returns to STATE DISTANCE TRAVELED screen. The Down arrow button displays PTO Fuel Used in the selected state. The display shows the PTO Fuel Used in a selected state for the current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow button returns to Fuel Used for this state. The Down arrow button displays Idle Fuel Used in the state that is selected. The display shows the Idle Fuel Used in a selected state for current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow button returns to the PTO Fuel Used for this state. The Down arrow button returns the display to the screen that shows the state that is selected, in this example State 1.

STATE 1

Select A State To View State Trip Data

STATE 1 MI

Fleet Trip State Distance Traveled For Selected State

STATE 1 GAL

Fleet Trip State Fuel Used For Selected State

STATE 1 PTO GAL

Fleet Trip State PTO Fuel Used For Selected State

STATE 1 IDLE GAL

Fleet Trip State Idle Fuel Used For Selected State

Economy Model Screens


Information For The 3176B, 3176C, 3406E, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, and C-16 Engines
The Messenger display can display information regarding the Economy Model feature of the ECM. This information includes the current Driver Bonus and this information includes the current Target vs. Actual totals. Refer to the Screen Maps of the Messenger display for additional information.

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Economy Model Screens Screen THE REWARD IS ACTIVE OR THE REWARD IS NOT ACTIVE. TARGET SCORE XXX ACTUAL SCORE XXX Parameter The Reward is not active. The Reward is active. Description This screen will indicate if the reward is active and the driver VSL bonus is active. The reward will be active if the overall Driver Incentive score is above the programmed threshold score. If the reward is active, the second line of the display will indicate the current Driver Bonus reward that is available. The screen will display the threshold score. This is referred to as the target score. This may be viewed on the top line. The bottom line of the display will indicate the current overall actual score. If the actual score is higher than the target score, the reward will be active and the driver will receive a Driver Bonus. The driver can use the screens for parameter information to obtain information on each of the ve parameters of the Economy Model feature. As an example,follow the steps in order to obtain information on Percent Idle Time. a. Press the Down arrow button to the PERCENT IDLE TIME screen. b. Press the Left arrow button. c. View the specic information on target vs. Actual Percent Idle Time Values. d. Press the Left arrow button in order to view the SCORE screen. The score is shown on the screen as XXX of YYY. XXX is the actual score and YYY is the maximum score for that parameter. The maximum score will depend on the parameter value in the ECM.

Target vs. Actual XXX

AVG ENGINE SPEED (RPM)

Parameter Information Screens Average Engine Speed (RPM) Average Driving Speed Over 50 MPH Average Throttle Demand (RPM) Average Shift Engine Speed (RPM) Percent Idle Time

Maintenance Data Screens


The display can indicate the service history for the maintenance that was performed on the oil and the oil lter (PM1). The display may indicate when the next scheduled PM 1 maintenance is due. The maintenance data is displayed in distance or hours. This is determined by the Customer Programmable Parameters that are programmed into the ECM. The ECM can be programmed to the OFF position, which will prevent the recording of maintenance data from the ECM. After programming the parameters in the ECM, the power must be turned OFF and the power turned ON again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Maintenance Screens(1) Screen MAINTENANCE DATA PM 1-DUE MI or HR Parameter Maintenance Data title screen Description Press the Down arrow button in order to view maintenance data. Press the Left arrow button in order to move one column to the left. Press the Right arrow button in order to move one column to the right. The display shows when the PM 1 Maintenance should next be performed. This screen will be shown automatically when the display is rst turned on and the PM 1 maintenance is due within 3000 miles or 60 hours. This screen will be viewed until an arrow button is pressed. Press the Down arrow button in order to view the maintenance interval and the last performed maintenance interval. Press the Up arrow button in order to view the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. The display will show PM 1 Disabled on this screen if the ECM has not been programmed to record PM 1. This screen shows the PM 1 Maintenance Interval. The screen also shows the previous PM 1 Maintenance that was performed. Press the Up arrow button in order to return to the screen that indicates when the next PM 1 Maintenance is due. This may be performed if the 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, or 3406E has been programmed to allow the PM 1 Maintenance Data to be reset from the display. Press the Down arrow button in order to display the MAINTENANCE DATA RESET screen. Press the Down arrow button in order to return to the Maintenance Data title screen. This may be performed if the 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, or 3406E has been programmed to not allow the PM 1 Maintenance Data to be reset from the display. Press the Left arrow button in order to reset the PM 1 Maintenance Data. Press the Up arrow button in order to view the PM 1 Maintenance Interval. Press the Up arrow button in order to view the PM 1 maintenance screen. Press the Down arrow button in order to view the Maintenance Data title screen. This screen indicates that PM 1 has been successfully reset. Press any button in order to return to the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. This screen indicates that the PM 1 maintenance interval has been exceeded without a reset. This message will be shown when the display is rst turned On. This message will be shown when PM 1 is On. This screen will also be shown if the maintenance interval has been exceeded.

PM 1 Maintenace Due Data

PM 1 RANGE MI or HR LAST MI or HR

PM 1 Maintenance Due Data

PM 1 RESET

PM 1 Maintenance

PM 1 RESET PERFORMED PM 1 PAST DUE MI or HR

PM 1 Maintenance Reset Completed PM 1 Maintenance Overdue

(1)

The messenger will show **** until data is received from the engine controller.

Diagnostic Data Screens


The display will automatically indicate certain diagnostic codes as the codes occur. The DIAGNOSTIC DATA screens provide the advantage of indicating the reason that the Check Engine lamp has come on. The codes will be displayed with the PID-FMI diagnostic code (Parameter Identier and Failure Mode Identier) and a brief text description. If more than one code is active, pressing the Down arrow button will scroll through the remaining codes. An active diagnostic code that becomes inactive will disappear from the screen. Press the Right arrow button in order to return to the title screen. The display will indicate other codes or No Active Codes.

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Diagnostic Code Chart


Code Description Very Low Oil Pressure Very High Coolant Temperature Very Low Coolant Level Low Oil Pressure Warning High Coolant Temperature Warning Low Coolant Level Warning High Inlet Manifold Temp Warning Very High Inlet Manifold Temp

Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes PID-FMI 100-11 110-11 111-11 100-01 110-00 111-01 105-00 105-11

The following Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes chart is provided in order to help determine the action that should be taken if a particular diagnostic code is active. The chart is intended as a general guideline. The current operating conditions will determine the reaction of the driver to the codes. As an example, only intermittent service codes that are a persistent problem should be serviced.

The diagnostic codes in the Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes chart will be displayed whenever the codes are active. The display will continue to show these codes until any button is pressed. The display will continue to show these codes until the diagnostic goes from an active state to an inactive state. If no other codes are active, the Messenger display will return to the screen that was displayed before the diagnostic event. The diagnostic codes may alert the driver to conditions that may damage engine components. The diagnostic codes 100-11 Very Low Oil Pressure, 111-11 Very Low Coolant Level, and 110-11 Very High Coolant Temperature indicate that the engine is experiencing a serious problem. NOTICE Depending on the engine conguration, the engine may shut down when a potentially serious engine problem diagnostic code becomes active. The driver will be provided a warning before engine shutdown.

Procedure to Address the Occurrence of Codes


Whenever a diagnostic code occurs, try to note all operating conditions of the vehicle. It is especially critical to take note of the operating conditions for intermittent codes. This information provides the technicians with the operating conditions at the time of the intermittent code. This will enhance the technicians ability to produce the code again. This will also enhance the technicians ability to diagnose the problem. The codes are recorded in the ECM and the codes may be recovered with the Cat ET.

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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 1-5 1-6 1-07 1-11 2-5 2-6 2-07 2-11 3-5 3-6 3-07 3-11 4-5 4-6 4-07 4-11 5-5 5-6 5-07 5-11 6-5 6-6 6-07 6-11 10-02 Diagnostic Description Cylinder #1 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #1 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #1 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #1 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Cylinder #2 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #2 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #2 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #2 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Cylinder #3 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #3 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #3 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #3 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Cylinder #4 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #4 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #4 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #4 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Cylinder #5 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #5 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #5 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #5 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Cylinder #6 Injector Actuator #1 current low (DOC) Cylinder #6 Injector Actuator #1 Current High (DOC) Cylinder #6 Injector Not Responding Cylinder #6 Injector Actuator #1 Current Fault (DOC) Incorrect Crank w/o Inj "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Cyl 1 Inj Current Low Cyl 1 Inj Current High Cyl 1 Inj Not Responding Cyl 1 Inj Current Fault Cyl 2 Inj Current Low Cyl 2 Inj Current High Cyl 2 Inj Not Responding Cyl 2 Inj Current Fault Cyl 3 Inj Current Low Cyl 3 Inj Current High Cyl 3 Inj Not Responding Cyl 3 Inj Current Fault Cyl 4 Inj Current Low Cyl 4 Inj Current High Cyl 4 Inj Not Responding Cyl 4 Inj Current Fault Cyl 5 Inj Current Low Cyl 5 Inj Current High Cyl 5 Inj Not Responding Cyl 5 Inj Current Fault Cyl 6 Inj Current Low Cyl 6 Inj Current High Cyl 6 Inj Not Responding Cyl 6 Inj Current Fault Incorrect Crank w/o Inj
(continued)

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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 17-05 17-06 20-05 20-06 22-03 22-04 22-07 22-10 22-11 22-13 23-02 23-05 23-06 24-02 24-03 24-04 24-07 24-08 24-10 26-05 26-06 27-04 27-05 27-06 27-07 27-09 27-12 Diagnostic Description Shut Off Solenoid Current Low Shut Off Solenoid Current High Timing BTM Current Low Timing BTM Current High Timing System Voltage High Timing System Voltage Low Timing System Fault Timing Signal Rate of Change Primary to secondary engine timing offset fault Engine Timing Calibration Required Engine Power Excessive Rack BTM Current Low Rack BTM Current High Rack Loss of Signal Rack Sensor Voltage High Rack Sensor Voltage Low Rack System Fault Rack Signal Invalid Rack Signal Rate of Change Auxiliary Output 1 Current Low Auxiliary Output 1 Current High VGT actuator voltage low Variable Geometry Turbocharger Current Low Variable Geometry Turbocharger Current High VGT actuator not responding VGT Abnormal Update VGT actuator failure X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Shut Off Sol Current Low Shut Off Sol Current High Timing BTM Current Low Timing BTM Current High Timing Sys Voltage High Timing Sys Voltage Low Timing Sys Fault Timing Sig Rate of Chg Prim-Sec Engine Spd Cal Engine Timing Cal Not Perf Eng Pwr Excessive Rack BTM Current Low Rack BTM Current High Rack Loss of Signal Rack Snsr Voltage High Rack Snsr Voltage Low Rack System Fault Rack Signal Invalid Rack Sig Rate of Chg Aux Output 1 Cur Low Aux Output 1 Cur High VGT actuator voltage low VGT Current Low VGT Current High VGT actuator not resp. VGT Abnormal Update VGT actuator failure
(continued)

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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 27-14 30-8 30-13 32-03 32-04 32-05 32-06 32-11 33-08 35-11 38-03 38-04 40-05 40-06 41-3 41-4 42-05 42-06 42-08 42-11 43-02 51-05 51-06 52-11 54-5 Diagnostic Description VGT actuator special instructions PTO Throttle Signal Invalid PTO Throttle Out of Calibration Turbo Wstgt Solenoid Open Circuit Turbo Wstgt Solenoid Short Circuit Turbo Wstgt Solenoid Current Low Turbo Wstgt Solenoid Current High Turbo Wstgt Solenoid Current Mismatch Fan Clutch Output Driver Fault Gear Switch Position Invalid 2nd Fuel Level Voltage High 2nd Fuel Level Voltage Low Auxiliary Output 2 Current Low Auxiliary Output 2 Current High 8 Volt Supply Voltage High 8 Volt Supply Voltage Low Inj Act Pr Output Current Low Inj Act Pr Output Current High Inj Act Pr Output Pulse Width Inj Act Pr Output Fault Key Switch Fault Auxiliary Output 3 Current Low Auxiliary Output 3 Current High Air Inlet Shutoff Shutdown Auxiliary Output #06 Current Low "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X "Schedule Service"(3) Messenger Text VGT actuator special instr. Invalid PTO Throttle Signal PTO Throttle Sensor Cal Turbo Wstgt Sol OpnCkt Turbo Wstgt Sol ShtCkt Turbo Wstgt Sol Cur Low Turbo Wstgt Sol Cur High Tbo Wstgt Sol Cur Mismtch Fan Clutch Output Driver Flt Gear Switch Pos Invalid 2nd Fuel Lvl Voltage High 2nd Fuel Lvl Voltage Low Aux Output 2 Cur Low Aux Output 2 Cur High 8 Volt Supply Voltage High 8 Volt Supply Voltage Low Inj Act Pr Output Cur Low Inj Act Pr Output Cur High Inj Act Pr Output Plse Wdth Inj Act Pr Output Fault Key Switch Fault Aux Output 3 Cur Low Aux Output 3 Cur High Air Inlet Shutoff Shutdown Aux Output 6 Cur Low
(continued)

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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 54-6 55-05 55-06 64-00 64-02 64-08 64-11 64-12 68-01 68-03 68-04 68-10 69-00 70-05 70-06 71-00 71-01 71-11 71-14 79-11 80-11 82-11 84-00 84-01 84-02 Diagnostic Description Auxiliary Output #06 Current High Auxiliary Output #07 Current Low Auxiliary Output #07 Current High Backup Engine Overspeed Warning Secondary Engine Speed Loss Secondary Engine Speed Abnormal Signal Frequency Secondary Engine Speed No Pattern Secondary Engine Speed Loss Secondary Atm Pressure Low Secondary Atm Pressure Signal Volt High Secondary Atm Pressure Signal Volt Low Secondary Atm Pressure Signal Rate Change High ACOC Clnt Temperature Warnning Inlet Air Heater Current Low Inlet Air Heater Current High Idle Shutdown Override Idle Shutdown Engine Shutdown Override PTO Shutdown Cylinder 1 Compressor Brake Current Fault Cylinder 2 Compressor Brake Current Fault Cylinder 3 Compressor Brake Current Fault Vehicle Overspeed Warning Vehicle Speed Loss of Signal Vehicle Speed Signal Invalid "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Aux Output 6 Cur High Aux Output 7 Cur Low Aux Output 7 Cur High Bkup Eng Overspeed Warn Sec Engine Spd Loss Sec Engine Spd Loss Sec Engine Spd No Pattern Sec Engine Spd Loss Sec Atm Prs Low Sec Atm Prs Sig Volt High Sec Atm Prs Sig Volt Low Sec Atm Prs Sig Rate Chg Hi ACOC Clnt Temp Warn Inlet Air Heater Current Low Inlet Air Heater Current High Idle Shutdown Override Idle Shutdown Engine Shutdown Override PTO Shutdown Cyl 1 Compr Brake Cur Flt Cyl 2 Compr Brake Cur Flt Cyl 3 Compr Brake Cur Flt Vehicle Overspeed Warning Veh Speed Loss of Signal Veh Speed Signal Invalid
(continued)

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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 84-08 84-10 84-14 91-02 91-08 91-10 91-11 91-12 91-13 94-00 94-01 94-03 94-04 95-00 96-03 96-04 98-01 99-00 100-01 100-02 100-03 100-04 100-10 100-11 100-14 Diagnostic Description Vehicle Speed Out of Range Vehicle Speed Rate of Change Quick Stop Occurrence J1939 Acc Pos Snsr Error Invalid Throttle Signal Throttle Sig Rate of Chg J1939 AP Low Idle Error J1939 AP Sensor MessageError Throttle Sensor Calibrate High Fuel Pressure Warning Low Fuel Pressure Warning Fuel Pressure Voltage High Fuel Pressure Voltage Low Fuel Filter Restrict Warning Fuel Level Voltage High Fuel Level Voltage Low Low Eng Oil Level Warning Eng Oil Filter Restrict Warning Low Oil Pressure Warning Oil Pressure too High Oil Pressure Voltage High Oil Pressure Voltage Low Oil Pressure Signal Rate of Change Very Low Oil Pressure Low Oil Pressure Shutdown "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Veh Speed Out of Range Veh Speed Rate of Change Quick Stop Occurrence J1939 Acc Pos Snsr Error Invalid Throttle Signal Throttle Sig Rate of Chg J1939 AP Low Idle Error J1939 AP Snsr Msg Error Throttle Sensor Calibrate High Fuel Prs Warning Low Fuel Prs Warning Fuel Prs Voltage High Fuel Prs Voltage Low Fuel Filter Rstrict Warning Fuel Level Voltage High Fuel Level Voltage Low Low Eng Oil Lvl Warning Eng Oil Filter Rstrict Warning Low Oil Pressure Warning Oil Pressure too High Oil Pressure Voltage High Oil Pressure Voltage Low Oil Prs Sig Rate of Change Very Low Oil Pressure Low Oil Pressure Shutdown
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 101-00 101-01 101-03 101-04 101-11 101-14 102-00 102-01 102-02 102-03 102-04 102-07 102-10 102-13 102-14 103-00 103-08 103-11 105-00 105-03 105-04 105-11 106-01 106-03 106-04 Diagnostic Description High Crkcase Air Pressure Warning Low Crankcase Pressure (2) Crankcase Pressure Voltage High Crankcase Pressure Voltage Low High Crankcase Pressure High Crkcase Air Pressure Shutdown Excessive Boost Pressure Low Boost Pressure Erratic Boost Pressure Boost Pressure Voltage High Boost Pressure Voltage Low Boost Pressure Not Responding Boost Pressure Rate of Change Boost Pressure Calibration Low Intake Manifold Pressure (2) High Turbo Speed Derate Turbocharger Speed Abnormal Signal Frequency High Turbocharger Speed (2) High Intake Air Temperature Intake Air Temperature Voltage High Intake Air Temperature Voltage Low Very High Air Temperature Low Atm Pressure Atm Pressure Voltage High Atm Pressure Voltage Low X X X X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Hi Crkcase Air Prs Warning Low Crankcase Pressure (2) Crankcase Prs Voltage High Crankcase Prs Voltage Low High Crankcase Pressure Hi Crkcase Air Prs Shutdown Excessive Boost Pressure Low Boost Pressure Erratic Boost Pressure Boost Pressure Voltage High Boost Pressure Voltage Low Boost Prs Not Responding Boost Prs Rate of Change Boost Pressure Calibration Low Intake Manifold Prs (2) High Turbo Speed Derate Turbo Spd Abnorm Sig Freq Very High Turbo Spd Derate Hi Intake Air Temperature Intake Air Tmp Voltage High Intake Air Tmp Voltage Low Very High Air Temperature Low Atm Pressure Atm Prs Voltage High Atm Prs Voltage Low
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 106-10 108-03 108-04 108-10 110-00 110-01 110-03 110-04 110-11 110-14 111-01 111-02 111-03 111-04 111-11 111-14 121-05 121-06 122-05 122-06 126-05 126-06 127-00 127-01 Diagnostic Description Atm Pressure Signal Rate of Change Barometric Pressure Voltage High Barometric Pressure Voltage Low Barometric Pressure Rate of Change High Coolant Temp Warning Low Coolant Temp Coolant Temperature Voltage High Coolant Temperature Voltage Low Very High Coolant Temperature Low Cooant Temperature Shutdown Low Coolant Level Warning Coolant Level Invalid Coolant Level Voltage High Coolant Level Voltage Low Very Low Coolant Level Low Coolant Level Warning Low/High Retarder Current Low Low/High Retarder Current High Medium/High Retarder Current Low Medium/High Retarder Current High Fuel Rail Pump Output Current Low Fuel Rail Pump Output Current High High Tx Oil Pressure Warning Low Tx Oil Pressure Warning "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Atm Prs Sig Rate of Change Barometric Prs Voltage High Barometric Prs Voltage Low Barom. Prs Rate of Change Hi Coolant Temp Warning Low Coolant Temp Coolant Temp Voltage High Coolant Temp Voltage Low Very High Coolant Temp Low Clnt Temp Shutdown Low Coolant Level Warning Coolant Level Invalid Coolant Lvl Voltage High Coolant Lvl Voltage Low Very Low Coolant Level Low Coolant Level Warning Lo/Hi Retarder Cur Low Lo/Hi Retarder Cur High Med/Hi Retarder Cur Low Med/Hi Retarder Cur High Fuel Rail Pump Out Cur Low Fuel Rail Pump Out Cur High High Tx Oil Prs Warning Low Tx Oil Prs Warning
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 127-03 127-04 127-05 127-06 127-10 127-11 128-03 128-04 128-14 131-05 131-06 132-05 132-06 133-05 133-06 139-03 139-04 148-11 149-11 150-11 151-00 151-11 157-00 Diagnostic Description Tx Oil Pressure Voltage High Tx Oil Pressure Voltage Low Fuel Rail Pump #2 Output Current Low Fuel Rail Pump #2 Output Current High Tx Oil Pressure Signal Rate of Change Very Low Tx Oil Pressure Secondary Fuel Level Voltage High Secondary Fuel Level Voltage Low Engine Starter Solenoid Lockout Relay Driver Circuit Data Error Ether Relay Current Low Ether Relay Current High Start Aid Lamp Current Low Start Aid Lamp Current High Inj Disable Lamp Current Low Inj Disable Lamp Current Hi Intake Act Oil Tmp Volt High Intake Act Oil Tmp Volt Low Cyl 4 Compressor Brake Current Fault Cyl 5 Compressor Brake Current Fault Cyl 6 Compressor Brake Current Fault Particulate Trap #1 Excessive Soot Loading (2) Particulate Trap #1 Excessive Soot Loading (3) High Fuel Rail Pressure X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Tx Oil Prs Voltage High Tx Oil Prs Voltage Low Fuel Rail Pmp 2 Out Cur Low Fuel Rail Pmp 2 Out Cur High Tx Oil Prs Sig Rate of Chg Very Low Tx Oil Pressure Sec Fuel Lvl Voltage High Sec Fuel Lvl Voltage Low Start Sol Lckout Drv Ckt Err Ether Relay Current Low Ether Relay Current High Start Aid Lamp Current Low Start Aid Lamp Current High Inj Disable Lamp Current Low Inj Disable Lamp Current Hi Intake Act Oil Tmp Volt High Intake Act Oil Tmp Volt Low Cyl 4 Compr Brake Cur Flt Cyl 5 Compr Brake Cur Flt Cyl 6 Compr Brake Cur Flt Part. Trap 1 Excess Soot(2) Part. Trap 1 Excess Soot(3) High Fuel Rail Pressure
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 157-01 157-03 157-04 157-07 159-03 159-04 164-00 164-02 164-03 164-04 164-11 166-11 166-14 168-00 168-01 168-02 168-03 168-04 171-02 171-03 171-04 171-11 172-00 172-02 Diagnostic Description Low Fuel Rail Pressure Fuel Rail Pressure Voltage High Fuel Rail Pressure Voltage Low Fuel Rail Pressure Not Responding Gas Pressure Voltage High Gas Pressure Voltage Low Excessive Inj Act Pressure Inj Act Pressure Signal Erratic Inj Act Pressure Voltage High Inj Act Pressure Voltage Low Inj Act Pressure System Fault Rated Engine Power Derate Rated Engine Power Special Instruction Excessive ECM Battery Power Low ECM Battery Power ECM Battery Power Intermittent High ECU Battery Power Low ECU Battery Power No Ambient Air Temperature Data Ambient Air Temperature Voltage High Ambient Air Temperature Voltage Low Ambient Air Temperature Data Lost High Inlet Air Temperature Warning Air Inlet Temperature Incorrect "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Low Fuel Rail Pressure Fuel Rail Prs Voltage High Fuel Rail Prs Voltage Low Fuel Rail Prs Not Resp. Gas Pressure Voltage High Gas Pressure Voltage Low Excessive Inj Act Prs Inj Act Prs Signal Erratic Inj Act Prs Voltage High Inj Act Prs Voltage Low Inj Act Prs System Fault Rated Engine Power Derate Rated Eng Pwr Special Instr Excessive ECM Battery Pwr Low ECM Battery Power ECM Batt. Pwr Intermittent High ECU Battery Power Low ECU Battery Power No Ambient Air Temp Data Ambient Air Tmp Voltage Hi Ambient Air Tmp Voltage Lo Ambient Air Temp Data Lost High Inlet Air Temp Warning Air Inlet Tmp Incorrect
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 172-03 172-04 173-00 173-03 173-04 173-11 174-00 174-03 174-04 175-00 175-01 175-03 175-04 175-11 175-14 177-00 177-03 177-04 177-11 186-00 186-04 186-14 190-00 190-02 190-08 Diagnostic Description Inlet Air Temperature Voltage High Inlet Air Temperature Voltage Low High Exhaust Gas Temperature Derate Exhaust Gas Temperature Volt High Exhaust Gas Temperature Volt Low Very High Exhhaust Gas Temperature Derate High Fuel Temperature Warning Fuel Temperature Voltage High Fuel Temperature Voltage Low High Engine Oil Temperature Warning Low Engine Oil Temperature Eng Oil Temperature Voltage High Eng Oil Temperature Voltage Low Very High Engine Oil Temp High Engine Oil Temperature Shutdown High Tx Oil Temperature Warning Tx Oil Temperature Voltage High Tx Oil Temperature Voltage Low Very High Tx Oil Temperature High PTO Speed PTO Shutdown Sw Volt Low PTO Shutdown Sw Occur. Engine Overspeed Loss of Engine RPM Signal Primimary Engine Speed Signal Loss "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Inlet Air Temp Voltage High Inlet Air Temp Voltage Low Hi Exhaust Gas Tmp Derate Exhaust Gas Temp Volt Hi Exhaust Gas Temp Volt Lo VeryHi Exh Gas Tmp Derate High Fuel Temp Warning Fuel Temp Voltage High Fuel Temp Voltage Low Hi Eng Oil Temp Warning Low Eng Oil Temp Eng Oil Temp Voltage High Eng Oil Temp Voltage Low Very High Eng Oil Temp Hi Eng Oil Temp Shutdown Hi Tx Oil Temp Warning Tx Oil Temp Voltage High Tx Oil Temp Voltage Low Very High Tx Oil Temp High PTO Speed PTO Shutdown Sw Volt Low PTO Shutdown Sw Occur. Engine Overspeed Loss of Engine RPM Signal Prim Engine Spd Signal Loss
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 190-10 190-11 190-12 190-14 191-00 191-07 211-03 211-04 212-3 212-4 224-11 224-13 224-14 228-03 231-02 231-09 231-11 231-12 231-14 232-00 232-03 232-04 232-12 237-05 237-06 Diagnostic Description Engine Speed Rate of Change No Pattern RPM Signal 1 Loss Engine Crank RPM Signal Engine Overspeed Shutdown High Tx Output Speed Trans Not Responding Sensor Supply #2 Voltage High Sensor Supply #2 Voltage Low Sensor Supply #1 Voltage High Sensor Supply #1 Voltage Low Theft Deterrent Active Engine Speed Theft Deterrent Active Engine Crank Theft Deterrent Active A/C High Pressure Swch Volt High J1939 Data Incorrect J1939 Network #1 Abnormal Update J1939 Data Link Fault J1939 Dvc Not Responding J1939 Network #1 special instructions (aka trans link derate) 5V Open Circuit 5 Volt Supply Voltage High 5 Volt Supply Voltage Low Trans Datalink Fault Ether Start Aid Current Low Ether Start Aid Current High X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X v X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Eng Speed Rate of Change No Pattern RPM Signal 1 Loss Eng Crank RPM Signal Eng Overspeed Shutdown High Tx Output Speed Trans Not Responding 5 Volt Supply 2 Voltage Hi 5 Volt Supply 2 Voltage Lo 5 Volt Supply 1 Voltage Hi 5 Volt Supply 1 Voltage Lo Theft Deterrent Active Eng Spd Theft Det. Active Eng Crank Theft Det. Active A/C Hi Prs Swch Volt High J1939 Data Incorrect J1939 Netw 1 Abnorm Updt J1939 Data Link Fault J1939 Dvc Not Responding Trans Datalink Derate 5V Open Circuit 5 Volt Supply Voltage High 5 Volt Supply Voltage Low Trans Datalink Fault Ether Start Aid Current Low Ether Start Aid Current High
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 238-05 238-06 241-00 241-01 241-02 241-03 244-02 246-00 246-11 247-00 247-11 248-09 249-11 252-02 252-11 252-12 253-02 253-03 253-11 253-14 254-12 283-5 283-6 283-7 284-05 284-06 Diagnostic Description Diag Lamp Current Low Diag Lamp Current High 5 Volt Open Circuit 5 Volt Short Circuit 8 Volt Open Circuit 8 Volt Short Circuit Trip Data Lost Brake Pedal Switch #1 Brake Pedal Switch #1 Brake Pedal Switch #2 Brake Pedal Switch #2 CAT Data Link Fault J1922 Data Link Fault Engine Software Incorrect Engine Software Mismatch Personality Module Fault Customer or System Parameters Incorrect Fuel Tank Map Cal Not Prog Check Transmission Customer Parameters Truck Mfg Param Not Prog ECM Fault Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure Solenoid Current Low Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure Solenoid Current High Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure not responding Coolant Diverter Solenoid Current Low Coolant Diverter Solenoid Current High "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Diag Lamp Current Low Diag Lamp Current High 5 Volt Open Circuit 5 Volt Short Circuit 8 Volt Open Circuit 8 Volt Short Circuit Trip Data Lost Brake Pedal Switch #1 Brake Pedal Switch #1 Brake Pedal Switch #2 Brake Pedal Switch #2 CAT Data Link Fault J1922 Data Link Fault Engine Software Incorrect Engine Software Mismatch Personality Module Fault Check Customer Parameters Fuel Tank Map Cal Not Prog Check Trans Cust Params Truck Mfg Param Not Prog ECM Fault Intake Act SysOilPrs Cur Lo Intake Act SysOilPrs Cur Hi Intake Act Oil Prs Not Resp. Clnt Diverter Sol Cur Low Clnt Diverter Sol Cur High
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 285-5 285-6 285-7 286-5 286-6 286-7 287-5 287-6 287-7 288-5 288-6 288-7 289-5 289-6 289-7 290-5 290-6 290-7 310-0 310-1 310-2 310-3 311-14 312-00 Diagnostic Description Intake Valve Actuator #1 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #1 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #1 Not Responding Intake Valve Actuator #2 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #2 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #2 Not Responding Intake Valve Actuator #3 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #3 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #3 Not Responding Intake Valve Actuator #4 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #4 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #4 Not Responding Intake Valve Actuator #5 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #5 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #5 Not Responding Intake Valve Actuator #6 Current Low Intake Valve Actuator #6 Current High Intake Valve Actuator #6 Not Responding Aftertreatment successful regen (1) Aftertreatment successful regen (2) Aftertreatment successful regen (3) Aftertreatment successful regen (4) Particulate Trap Active Regeneration Inhibited Due to Low Exhaust Gas Temperature (2) High Fuel Leakage X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Messenger Text Intake Act 1 Current Low Intake Act 1 Current High Intake Act 1 Not Responding Intake Act 2 Current Low Intake Act 2 Current High Intake Act 2 Not Responding Intake Act 3 Current Low Intake Act 3 Current High Intake Act 3 Not Responding Intake Act 4 Current Low Intake Act 4 Current High Intake Act 4 Not Responding Intake Act 5 Current Low Intake Act 5 Current High Intake Act 5 Not Responding Intake Act 6 Current Low Intake Act 6 Current High Intake Act 6 Not Responding Aftertreat success regen(1) Aftertreat success regen(2) Aftertreat success regen(3) Aftertreat success regen(4) Part. Trap Regen Inhibited High Fuel Leakage
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 314-3 314-4 315-1 315-2 315-3 315-4 316-0 316-3 316-4 316-11 316-14 317-5 317-6 318-0 318-1 318-2 318-3 318-4 318-11 318-14 319-0 319-1 319-2 319-3 Diagnostic Description CGI Absolute Pressure Voltage High CGI Absolute Pressure Voltage Low Low Clean Gas Induction Temperature (2) CGI Temperature Drifted High CGI Temperature Voltage High CGI Temperature Voltage Low High Clean Gas Induction Mass Flow CGI Delta Pressure Voltage High CGI Delta Pressure Voltage Low High Clean Gas Induction Mass Flow (2) Low Clean Gas Induction Mass Flow (2) CGI Control Valve Current Low CGI Control Valve Current High High Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature Drifted High Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature Drifted Low Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature Voltage High Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature (2) Low Particulate Trap #1 Intake Temperature (2) High Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature Drifted High Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature Drifted Low Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature Voltage High X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) X X X "Schedule Service"(3) Messenger Text CGI Abs Prs Voltage High CGI Abs Prs Voltage Low Low CGI Temperature (2) CGI Tmp Drifted High CGI Tmp Voltage High CGI Tmp Voltage Low High CGI Mass Flow CGI Delta Prs Voltage High CGI Delta Prs Voltage Low High CGI Mass Flow (2) Low CGI Mass Flow (2) CGI Ctrl Valve Cur Low CGI Ctrl Valve Cur High Hi Part. Trap 1 Intake Tmp Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp drift hi Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp drift lo Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp Volt hi Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp Volt lo Hi Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp (2) Lo Part. Trap 1 Intk Tmp (2) Hi Part. Trap 2 Intake Tmp Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp drift hi Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp drift lo Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp Volt hi
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 319-4 319-11 319-14 320-0 320-1 320-2 320-3 320-4 320-11 321-0 321-1 321-2 321-3 321-4 321-11 324-0 324-1 324-3 324-4 324-11 325-0 325-1 325-3 Diagnostic Description Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature (2) Low Particulate Trap #2 Intake Temperature (2) High Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature Low Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature Drifted High Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature Voltage High Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #1 Outlet Temperature (2) High Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature Low Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature Drifted High Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature Voltage High Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #2 Outlet Temperature (2) High Particulate Trap #1 Differential Pressure (2) Low Particulate Trap #1 Differential Pressure Particulate Trap #1 Differential Pressure Voltage High Particulate Trap #1 Differential Pressure Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #1 Differential Pressure (3) High Particulate Trap #2 Differential Pressure (2) Low Particulate Trap #2 Differential Pressure Particulate Trap #2 Differential Pressure Voltage High X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X Messenger Text Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp Volt lo High Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp(2) Low Part. Trap 2 Intk Tmp(2) High Part. Trap 1 Out Tmp Low Part. Trap 1 Out Tmp Part. Trap 1 Out Tmp drift hi Part. Trap 1 Out Tmp Volt hi Part. Trap 1 Out Tmp Volt lo High Part Trap 1 Out Tmp(2) High Part. Trap 2 Out Tmp Low Part. Trap 2 Out Tmp Part. Trap 2 Out Tmp drift hi Part. Trap 2 Out Tmp Volt hi Part. Trap 2 Out Tmp Volt lo High Part Trap 2 Out Tmp(2) High Part. Trap 1 Diff Prs (2) Low Part. Trap 1 Diff Prs Part. Trap 1 Diff Prs Volt hi Part. Trap 1 Diff Prs Volt lo High Part. Trap 1 Diff Prs (3) High Part. Trap 2 Diff Prs (2) Low Part. Trap 2 Diff Prs Part. Trap 2 Diff Prs Volt hi
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 325-4 325-11 326-02 326-3 326-4 327-2 327-3 327-4 328-0 328-2 328-3 328-4 332-1 332-3 332-4 332-11 333-5 333-6 334-5 334-6 335-5 335-6 336-1 336-3 Diagnostic Description Particulate Trap #2 Differential Pressure Voltage Low High Particulate Trap #2 Differential Pressure (3) Exhaust Gas Temperature #1 Drifted High Exhaust Gas Temperature #1 Voltage High Exhaust Gas Temperature #1 Voltage Low Exhaust Gas Temperature #2 Drifted High Exhaust Gas Temperature #2 Voltage High Exhaust Gas Temperature #2 Voltage Low Exhaust Gas Temperature #3 High Exhaust Gas Temperature #3 Drifted High Exhaust Gas Temperature #3 Voltage High Exhaust Gas Temperature #3 Voltage Low Low Aftertreatment Main Fuel Pressure Aftertreatment Main Fuel Pressure Voltage High Aftertreatment Main Fuel Pressure Voltage Low High Aftertreatment Main Fuel Pressure (2) Aftertreatment Fuel Pressure Control Solenoid Current Low Aftertreatment Fuel Pressure Control Solenoid Current High Aftertreatment Fuel Enable Solenoid Current Low Aftertreatment Fuel Enable Solenoid Current High Aftertreatment Ignition Primary Current Low Aftertreatment Ignition Primary Current High Low Aftertreatment Pilot Fuel Pressure Aftertreatment Pilot Fuel Pressure Voltage High X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X Messenger Text Part. Trap 2 Diff Prs Volt lo High Part. Trap 2 Diff Prs (3) Exh Gas Tmp 1 Drifted High Exh Gas Tmp 1 Volt hi Exh Gas Tmp 1 Volt lo Exh Gas Tmp 2 Drifted High Exh Gas Tmp 2 Volt hi Exh Gas Tmp 2 Volt lo Exh Gas Tmp 3 High Exh Gas Tmp 3 Drifted High Exh Gas Tmp 3 Volt hi Exh Gas Tmp 3 Volt lo Low Aftertreat Main Fuel Prs Aftertreat main fuel prs V hi Aftertreat main fuel prs V lo Hi aftertreat main fuel prs(2) Aft.trt. fuel prs ctrl sol cur lo Aft.trt. fuel prs ctrl sol cur hi Aft.trt. fuel enable sol cur lo Aft.trt. fuel enable sol cur hi Aftertreat ignition prim cur lo Aftertreat ignition prim cur hi Low Aftertreat Pilot Fuel Prs Aft.tr. pilot fuel prs Volt hi
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 336-4 336-11 336-14 341-5 341-6 350-5 350-6 350-7 356-11 357-11 360-11 362-5 362-6 363-5 363-6 364-5 364-6 365-5 365-6 366-5 366-6 367-5 367-6 Diagnostic Description Aftertreatment Pilot Fuel Pressure Voltage Low High Aftertreatment Pilot Fuel Pressure (2) Low Aftertreatment Pilot Fuel Pressure (2) Aftertreatment #1 Purge Air Actuator Current Low Aftertreatment #1 Purge Air Actuator Current High Aftertreatment Air Pressure Control Solenoid Current Low Aftertreatment Air Pressure Control Solenoid Current High Aftertreatment Air Pressure Control Solenoid Not Responding Aftertreatment Failed To Ignite (2) Aftertreatment Loss of Combustion (2) Aftertreatment Regeneration Device Manually Disabled Cylinder #1 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #1 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) Cylinder #2 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #2 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) Cylinder #3 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #3 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) Cylinder #4 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #4 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) Cylinder #5 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #5 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) Cylinder #6 Injector Actuator #2 current low (Spill) Cylinder #6 Injector Actuator #2 Current High (Spill) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X "Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2) "Schedule Service"(3) X Messenger Text Aft.tr. pilot fuel prs Volt lo Hi Aft.tr. pilot fuel prs (2) Lo Aft.tr. pilot fuel prs (2) Aft.tr. 1 purge air act cur lo Aft.tr. 1 purge air act cur hi Aft.tr. air prs ctrl sol cur lo Aft.tr. air prs ctrl sol cur hi Aft.tr. air prs ctrl sol no resp Aft.tr. failed to ignite (2) Aft.tr. loss of combust. (2) Afttr regen dvc man disable Cyl 1 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 1 Inj Act 2 current hi Cyl 2 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 2 Inj Act 2 current high Cyl 3 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 3 Inj Act 2 current high Cyl 4 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 4 Inj Act 2 current high Cyl 5 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 5 Inj Act 2 current high Cyl 6 Inj Act 2 current low Cyl 6 Inj Act 2 current high
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Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes for Heavy Duty and Medium Duty Truck Engines Code 373-3 373-4 385-00 385-1 385-3 385-4 385-07
(1)

Diagnostic Description Aftertreatment #1 Secondary Air Differential Pressure Voltage High Aftertreatment #1 Secondary Air Differential Pressure Voltage Low Intake Act Oil Pressure High Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure Low Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure Voltage High Intake Valve Actuation System Oil Pressure Voltage Low Intake Act Oil Pressure Not Responding

"Shutdown "Service Vehicle"(1) ASAP"(2)

"Schedule Service"(3) X X X X X X X

Messenger Text Aft.tr. 1 sec air diff prs V hi Aft.tr. 1 sec air diff prs V lo Intake Act Oil Prs High Intake Act Oil Prs Low Intake Act Oil Prs Volt High Intake Act Oil Prs Volt Low Intake Act Oil Prs Not Resp.

The "Shutdown Vehicle" code indicates the presence of a condition that could potentially damage the engine. The driver should bring the vehilcle to a stop off the road and out of trafc. (2) The "Service ASAP" code indicates that the driver should go to the nearest qualied location for service if vehicle performance is adversely affected. (3) The "Schedule Service" code should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operations is adversely affected.

Theft Deterrent Screens


Theft Deterrent
The Messenger display provides the capability to allow the engine to start, the capability to prevent the engine from starting, or the capability to shut down the engine. This may be done by entering a customer password with four characters into the display when the engine is at idle. In the powerup sequence, the display will indicate if the Theft Deterrent System is enabled, automatically enabled, or disabled. The Theft Deterrent System may be enabled or the system may be automatically enabled. The engine will not start until the customer password with four characters is successfully entered into the display. If the system is disabled, the engine will start without the password. To enable the system, the customer password must be successfully entered. The passwords that are entered will not be accepted if the engine is not at idle condition. In order to automatically enable the system, the vehicle needs to be shut off in a normal manner. The Theft Deterrent parameter needs to be programmed in order to be in the Automatically Enable mode.

Accessing Theft Deterrent


ECM Customer Programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the dash display and the Theft Deterrent password. The ECM must be programmed to allow access to this screen. The ECM must be programmed or the entire Theft Deterrent column of the screen map will not be shown. Pressing the Right arrow button on the DIAGNOSTIC DATA title screen will cause the display to pass over the THEFT DETERRENT title screen. After the parameters are programmed in the ECM, the power must be turned OFF and the power turned ON again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Theft Deterrent Entry Screens Screen Theft Deterrent Status Parameter Theft Deterrent Title Screen Description The screen shows the current status of the Theft Deterrent system when STATUS text is indicated. The system may be ENABLED and the engine will not start until the correct password is entered. The system may be DISABLED and the Theft Deterrent system is not active. The engine may be started if the Theft Deterrent system is Disabled. This screen is shown when the display is rst powered up and the Theft Deterrent system is programmed to be active. Press the Left arrow button in order to move one column to the left. Press the Right arrow button in order to move one column to the right. Press the Down arrow button in order to move to the ENTER PASSWORD screen. Press the Up arrow button or the Down arrow button in order to scroll through numbers 0 to 9. Press the Up arrow button or the Down arrow button in order to scroll through letters A to Z. Press the Right arrow button and the Left arrow button in order to move between locations of the characters. This screen shows the password that has been entered. If the password is correct, the text message PASSWORD ACCEPTED will be displayed. The display will then return to the THEFT DETERRENT title screen in order to show the status. If the password is not accepted, the following message will be displayed PASSWORD INCORRECT. The display will then return to the THEFT DETERRENT title screen and the status will not have changed. Press the Left arrow button in order to enter the password. Press the Up, Down, and Right arrow button in order to return the display to the THEFT DETERRENT title screen. This will clear the password that was just entered.

Enter Password 4 Characters

Enter Theft Deterrent Password

4 Characters If Correct

Accept Entered Password

Customer Parameters Screens for the following engines (3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, and C9.
The Messenger display provides the capability to modify four customer parameters on 3116, 3126B, 3126E, C7, and C9 engines. The parameters Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, Fast Idle #2, and Soft Cruise may be modied.

Adjusting Customer Parameters


Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 The procedure to modify Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 is identical. Follow the procedure that is listed below.

Accessing Customer Parameters


The ECM customer programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the dash display. If the ECM is not programmed to allow access to this screen, the entire Customer Parameter column of the screen map will not be shown. Pressing the Right arrow button on the Diagnostic Data title screen will cause the display to pass over the Customer Parameter title screen. Diagnostic or Theft Deterrent may be immediately before Customer Parameter. After the parameters are programmed in the ECM, power to the display must be turned Off and the power turned On again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Illustration 14 3100 HEUI Customer Parameters Screen Entering Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, or Fast Idle #2

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1. From the CUSTOMER PARAMETERS title screen, press the Down arrow button and go to the desired Customer Parameter. The display will show the current setting of the parameter on the second line. 2. Press the Left arrow button from the desired CUSTOMER PARAMETER screen. The display will show Enter, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 on the rst line. The display will also show a ashing cursor near the left digit and next to the word RPM on the second line.

If the rst position is not needed, press the

Right arrow button. The space for the second digit will begin to blink. When the appropriate number is viewed, press the Right arrow button in order to move to the next digit. When the last digit is successfully selected, press the Right arrow button. The display will indicate the value that was entered.

Pressing the Down arrow button scrolls through


numbers 0 to 9 beginning with 9.

Pressing the Up arrow button begins with the


number 1.

3. If the number is correct, press the Right arrow button. A message will appear to verify the modication. Press the Down button and then press the Right arrow button in order to delete a data. The display will return to the CUSTOMER PARAMETER title screen and the value may be re-entered. If a value is out of the allowable limits for the Customer Parameter, the Messenger display will display OUT OF RANGE on the rst line. The display will also indicate the programmed value on the second line.

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Note: Ranges for allowable settings of the Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 parameters are stored in the ECM. The ECM will automatically adjust the value that is chosen to the closest allowable limit. For example, the minimum allowable setting for low idle is 700 rpm. If a value of 500 rpm is entered, the ECM will automatically set the parameter to 700 rpm (the closest allowable value). Soft Cruise 1. From the CUSTOMER PARAMETERS title screen, press the Down arrow button and go to the SOFT CRUISE screen. The second line of the display will show the current setting of the Soft Cruise (ENABLED or DISABLED). 2. Press the Left arrow button in order to move to a screen that will allow the driver to Enable Soft Cruise or the driver to Disable Soft Cruise, that depends on the current system setting. For example, if the Soft Cruise is Enabled, the screen will give the prompt for the user to Disable the Soft Cruise.

To change the status of the Soft Cruise, press


the Left arrow button.

To keep the current settings of the Soft Cruise,


press the Up, Down, or Right arrow button. 3. If the Left arrow button is pressed and the status of the Soft Cruise is changed, the display will return to Soft Cruise status screen. The screen will show the updated status.

Illustration 15 Soft cruise change

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Fuel Correction Adjustment Screens


The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only
The Fuel Correction Adjustment allows the ne tuning of data on future fuel usage that is based on the past differences of values. The values are stored in the ECM and the recorded fuel usage.

Accessing Fuel Correction Adjustment


An ECM Customer Programmable Parameter determines access to this function of the dash display. If the ECM is not programmed to allow access to this screen, the entire Fuel Correction Adjustment column of the Screen Map will not be shown. Press the Right arrow button from the THEFT DETERRENT title screen or press the Left arrow button from the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen in order to move to the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen. After the parameters are programmed in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and the power turned ON again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Fuel Correction Adjustments should be made following extensive operation of the vehicle. During this period, the vehicle should be operated in the usual manner. The Fuel Correction Adjustment affects all future Fuel Used data, Instantaneous, Driver Trip, Fleet Trip, and Lifetime Totals. The Fuel Correction Adjustment should be made when the vehicle is not moving.

Adjusting Fuel Correction


Determining Actual Fuel Economy The actual fuel usage and travel distance must be recorded in order to make an accurate adjustment. The display uses the Fleet Trip Segment as a basis for fuel correction adjustment. The actual fuel usage and the travel distance should be recorded immediately after a Fleet Trip Segment Reset. Calculate the Actual Fuel Economy after driving on a typical route for an extended period of time. Calculate the fuel economy from the Fuel Used and Distance Traveled per the following formula.

4. If the Actual Fuel Economy is correct, press the Up button or Down button until ACCEPT DATA? appears. Then, press the Enter (OK) button. A message will appear to verify the fuel correction adjustment. If you enter the value incorrectly, press the Up button or the Down button until CANCEL DATA? appears. Then, press Enter (OK) button in order to cancel the data. The display will return to the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT ENTRY screen. Fuel Correction Out-of-Range Message The FUEL CORRECTION OUT OF RANGE message will be displayed if the value for the Fuel Rate Correction exceeded the allowable limits. Press any button in order for the display to return to the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen.

Illustration 16

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Entering Actual Fuel Economy 1. From the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen, press the Down arrow button. The display will show the current Fleet Fuel Economy on the top line. The messenger will show **** while the messenger is waiting. The second line of the display will show the following. ACTUAL 0.00 MPG 2. Pressing the Down arrow will move to a screen in order to enter data. The screen will allow you to enter 5 characters. (0-9, -, .). The two square boxes are visible on the right hand side of the screen with special graphic symbols. 3. Pressing the Down arrow button scrolls through numbers 0 to 9 beginning with 9. Pressing the Up arrow button begins with the number 1. Begin entering the rst nonzero digit and select the decimal point when the decimal point is necessary. When the appropriate number is viewed, press the Right arrow button and repeat for each successive digit. When the last digit is successfully selected, press the Right arrow button. Zeroes that follow are permissible. When the fth character is entered, press the Up arrow or the Down arrow until ACCEPT DATA? appears.

Illustration 17 Fuel correction adjustment

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Display Conguration Screens


The language for the display can be selected by the driver. The three languages are English, French, or Spanish. The units of measure for the display may be selected by the driver. There are four groups of units:

English units (miles, US gallons, psi, and F) English units (miles, Imperial gallons, psi, and
F)

Metric units (kilometers/liters, kPa, and C) Metric units (liters/100 kilometers, liters, kPa,
and C)

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Illustration 18 Selecting display units

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Units of Measure
From the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen, press the Down arrow button. This screen displays the current units for the measurements. Select the Display Language from the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen. Press the Down arrow button two times.

Adjusting the Brightness of the Display


The contrast may be adjusted by pressing and releasing the Right arrow button or the Left arrow button from the Adjust Contrast screen. The characters may be lightened by pressing and releasing the Left arrow button until the illumination is satisfactory. The background may be darkened by pressing and releasing the Right arrow until the background is satisfactory. The Down arrow button may be used in order to change the backlight. The backlight may be turned off by pressing and releasing the Left arrow button. The backlight may be turned on by pressing and releasing the Right arrow button. The backlight may be adjusted by pressing and releasing the Right arrow button or the Left arrow button. Pressing and releasing the Left arrow button will decrease the backlight. Pressing and releasing the Right arrow button will increase the backlight.

Selecting the Display Units


From the Display Conguration title screen, press the Down arrow button three times.

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Note: The automatic dim feature will not function if the display has been placed in a manual dim mode. To reactivate the automatic dim feature, turn the power to the display OFF, then back ON.

Driver Entry Screens For The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only
Two Different DRIVER IDs
The Caterpillar 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E ECM can maintain information for two different DRIVER IDs at the same time. The ECM will separately store Fleet Trip information for each of the two drivers. This function is especially suited for slip seat or more than one driver per the vehicle. This function could also be used by the same driver to record vehicle operation over two legs of a trip. A single driver would use two different DRIVER IDs to identify each different leg of the trip. The DRIVER IDs should be chosen prior to operating the vehicle. The DRIVER IDs should be entered into the display prior to operating the vehicle. The Messenger display will indicate the last driver as the active driver in the system. If the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset, the display will indicate NO ACTIVE DRIVER. Press any button in order to continue. The Fleet Trip information is unavailable for display on the Messenger display to either driver. This information is only available through use of the Caterpillar Fleet Information Software program.
Illustration 19 Enter identication of the driver.
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Selecting a Previously Entered DRIVER ID


Only the DRIVER IDs that have been entered during the current Fleet Trip Segment may be viewed. The DRIVER ID may be toggled between drivers per the following instructions. Press the Down arrow button from the Driver Entry screen. The SELECT DRIVER ID screen will be shown. Press the Left arrow button. One of the two DRIVER IDs that were previously entered will be shown. A NO DRIVER ID ENTERED! message will appear if a DRIVER ID has not been entered. Pressing and releasing the Down arrow button will show any other DRIVER ID. Press and release the Left arrow button in order to select a DRIVER ID as the active driver.

Entering A New DRIVER ID


A maximum of two different DRIVER IDs may be used for each Fleet Trip Segment. If a third DRIVER ID is desired, the Fleet Trip Segment must be reset. After the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset, the previous DRIVER IDs are cleared. The two new DRIVER IDs may now be added to the next Fleet Trip Segment. Press the Up arrow button or press the Down arrow button in order to scroll through the letters A to Z. Press the Right arrow button and the Left arrow button in order to move between locations of the characters. Press the Up arrow button or the Down arrow button in order to scroll through numbers 0 to 9. This information is not available for earlier Caterpillar 3176, 3406B, and 3406C engines. This is not available for all Detroit Diesel, Cummins, or Mack engines.

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Illustration 20 Select the driver.

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Table 16

Driver Entry Screens Table Screen Driver Entry Active Driver Parameter Driver Entry Title Screen Description This screen shows the current DRIVER IDs whenever the text for ACTIVE DRIVER is indicated. This is the second screen after the display is rst powered up. This is shown automatically. Pressing any button will display the next screen in the power up sequence. Press the Left arrow button in order to move one column to the Left. Press the Right arrow button in order to move one column to the Right. Press the Down arrow button in order to select the screen for the DRIVER ID. If the Fleet Trip has been reset, the screen will indicate NO ACTIVE DRIVER when the ACTIVE DRIVER text is indicated. Press the Left arrow button in order to select one of the two DRIVER IDs. The rst DRIVER ID will be shown. If no DRIVER IDs have been entered, a message NO DRIVER IDs ENTERED! will appear. Press any button to go back to the DRIVER ENTRY title screen. This screen shows the rst DRIVER ID. The screen will indicate DRIVER ID 1. Press the Left arrow button in order to enter the ID code as the current driver. The display will begin recording information for this driver. Display returns to DRIVER ENTRY title screen. This screen shows the second DRIVER ID that was entered. Press the Left arrow button in order to enter this ID code as the current driver. The display will begin to record information on the second driver. Display returns to DRIVER ENTRY title screen. Press the Down arrow button or the Up arrow button in order to scroll through numbers 0 to 9. Press the Down arrow button or the Up arrow button in order to scroll through letters A to Z. The Right arrow button and Left arrow button move between locations for the characters. A space may be entered by moving through a space for a character without selecting a character. Press the Down arrow button and release the Down arrow button in order to scroll through the available characters. Press the Up arrow button and release the Up arrow button in order to scroll through the available characters. If two DRIVER IDs have been entered, a MAX DRIVER IDs ENTERED! message will appear. Press any button in order to return to the DRIVER ENTRY title screen. If no characters have been entered a message will appear. The display will show A CHARACTER MUST BE ENTERED! on the screen.

Select ?Pub /AddTerm>

Select Previously Entered DRIVER ID

DRIVER ID#1

Select DRIVER ID #1

DRIVER ID #2

Select DRIVER ID #2

Enter DRIVER ID

Enter New DRIVER ID

State Crossing Screens


The 3176B, 3176C, C-10, C11, C-12, C13, C15, C-15, C-16, and 3406E Engines Only
The Messenger display will record information for the Distance Traveled, Fuel Used, PTO Fuel Used, and Idle Fuel Used in the United States or in Canada. The state must be entered in order for the display to record the information for the vehicle. The screen will show the last state that was entered into the display. This information is reset with the Fleet Trip Segment. The state selection should be performed when the vehicle is not moving. All fty US states and twelve Canadian provinces are provided in the display.

Accessing State Crossings


ECM Customer Programmable Parameters determine the access to this function of the dash display. If information for the state is programmed OFF, the entire State Crossing column will not be shown. Press the Right arrow button from the DRIVER ENTRY title screen. Press the Left from the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen. This will cause the display to skip the STATE CROSSING screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, the power must be turned OFF and the power turned ON again in order for the display to recognize the change.

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Selecting a State
The currently selected state is displayed in the following screen. STATE CROSSING. This is illustrated as the CURRENT STATE in illustration 21. Press the Down arrow button in order to show more states. The display will list all adjacent states to the current state rst. The display will list all adjacent states in an alphabetical order to the current state. Press the Up and Down arrow buttons in order to scroll through the list. Continue to scroll through the list of adjacent states in order to select a state that is not adjacent to the current state. The list will start with a full alphabetical list of all available states and provinces. When the desired state is displayed, press the Left arrow button. The display will again show the selected state. Press the Left arrow button in order to enter the displayed state as the current state. Press any other button in order to select a different state.

Illustration 21

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State crossing screen (Available states are listed in alphabetical order)

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Table 17

State Entry Screens Screen State?Pub /AddTerm> Current State Parameter State Crossing Title Screen Description This screen shows the Current State of operation. If a state has not been entered, the message No Active State will appear. The No Active State will occur only with a new display until one state is entered. This screen will be automatically shown when the display is rst powered up. This screen will be shown after the Active Driver screen. Press any button in order to show the next screen in the powerup sequence. If the Fleet Trip information has been reset, the current state is maintained. Press the Left arrow button in order to move one column to the Left. Press the Right arrow button in order to move one column to the Right. Press the Down arrow button in order to select another state. Fifty entries for State Crossing are the maximum number that is allowed until the display is reset. A STATES ALLOWED EXCEEDED! message will appear after the entry of fty. Press any button in order to return to the STATE CROSSING title screen. The display will not allow the addition of any additional State Crossings until the Fleet Trip has been reset. Press the Up arrow button or press the Down arrow button in order to scroll through the list of states. The display will list all adjacent states to the current state rst. The display will list all adjacent states in an alphabetical order to the current state. When adjacent states are exhausted, the display begins listing all states in alphabetical order. Press the Left arrow button in order to select the desired state. The Up and Down arrow buttons will scroll forward and backward through the list.

Adjacent State #1

Select a different state

Troubleshooting
The following list may be some of the possible problems that may occur. 1. Unable To Read Characters On The Display Probable Cause

Probable Cause

No connection or an intermittent connection in


one of the two Data Link lines to the engine ECM

Connection to the J1922 Data Link or the J1939


Data Link instead of the J1708 ATA Data Link

Portions of the display may not light. Part of

a character is missing, etc. The unit must be replaced.

The data link lines must be the twisted pair. The engine has no power, intermittent power, or
poor ground connections to the engine ECM. After checking the above items, if a condition still exists refer to Step 4 of the Diagnostic Test.

2. The Display May Not Have Power. Probable Cause

Make sure that the On button has been pressed. Loose power or loose ground connections to
the display

4. All Data Except Lifetime Totals Has Been Reset. Probable Cause

The vehicle battery is dead. After checking the above items, if condition still
exists refer to Step 1 of Diagnostic Test. 3. No Data Link Communication

The unswitched battery connection to the

engine ECM is disconnected. This is possibly due to vehicle service or a battery disconnect switch.

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The data has been intentionally reset with the

display, Caterpillar Fleet Information Software, or the Cat ET. Determine the reason for the reset and avoid the conditions that caused this event. If a different system problem is suspected, consult a qualied service shop.

The dimmer circuit on the vehicle is not a Pulse

Width Modulated (PWM) circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer in order to determine if the vehicle has a PWM dimmer circuit.

5. The Fleet, Driver Trip Data, and Lifetime Totals Have Been Reset. Probable Cause

The engine ECM was recently replaced.

Determine the reason for the reset and avoid the conditions that caused this event. If a different system problem is suspected, consult a qualied service shop.

6. The driver is Unable to Adjust The Fleet Trip or Unable to Reset the Maintenance. The driver is Unable to Reset the Fuel Correction. Probable Cause

The ECM parameters are programmed to

prevent the reset of these parameters by the customer. Cat ET and authorization from the owner will be necessary to reset the ECM. This will allow access to these functions from the display. the power was turned ON in order for the display to recognize the change.

The power to the display was turned OFF and

7. The Driver Is Unable to Access The Fleet Trip State Totals and State Crossing Information. Probable Cause

The ECM parameters are programmed OFF

in order to prevent access to this information. Cat ET and authorization from the owner will be necessary to reset the ECM. This will allow access to this information. turned ON in order for the display to recognize any changes to the ECM.

The power must be turned OFF and the power

8. Certain Instantaneous Data Parameters Appear to be Unavailable.

This information is not available on the data link.


Verify that the appropriate sensors are installed. For example, if Ambient Air Temperature is not shown by the display, verify that an Ambient Air Sensor is installed on the vehicle.

9. The Display Will Not Become Dim On The Circuit For The Panel Dimmer.

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Diagnostic Test
Table 18

Test Check Electrical Connectors And Wiring Follow the wiring harness for the display and locate the connector from the display to the vehicle. Inspect the wiring harness for evidence of wear through the harness bundle. Check the harness connector. Ensure that the connector is properly locked. Pull on each of the wires in the connector. Refer to Troubleshooting, Electrical Connectors-Inspect for additional information. Check Battery Voltage at Vehicle Connector Turn the ignition key Off and disconnect the dash display connector. Turn the ignition key On and measure the DC voltage. Use a voltmeter in order to measure the DC voltage from pin 3 (red wire from display) to pin 4 (black wire from display) of the vehicle connector. The battery voltage should be 11 to 13.5 Volts DC. Pull on each of the wires in the connector. Inspect batteries, wiring, and connectors. Connect Display to 12 Volt Power Source Disconnect display from vehicle wiring and connect to another 12 Volt DC power source. Connect pin 3 (red wire from display) to the positive terminal (+ Battery) of the power source. Connect pin 4 (black wire from display) to the negative terminal (-Battery) of the power source. The display should illuminate. The display will not communicate until the display is connected to the data link. Check wiring, connectors, or the vehicle battery for damage. Connect Display to Another Data Link Connector Disconnect display from the vehicle wiring harness. Connect the display to the other data link connector. The display will activate when the display is connected to the proper data link. The display will communicate when the display is connected to the proper data link. Connect Cat ET to the cab Data Link connector. Turn the ignition key ON in order to verify that the data link is functional. . . Verify that the connections to the display are not connected to the J1922 Data Link or the J1939 Data Link. If a cab data link connector is not available, connect Cat ET directly to the engine ECM. Verify that Cat ET functions. Congure a harness adapter to go from the Data Link connector for the display to the appropriate data link connector. Refer to the Harness Adapter Diagrams in order to view the pin-out for some common Data Link connectors. Check the displays wiring or connectors for damage.

Result OK Not OK

Action Proceed to next step. Repair the problem. If conditions are not resolved then proceed to next step.

OK NOT OK

Proceed to next step. Repair the problem. If conditions are not resolved then proceed to next step.

OK

Repair the components or replace the components, as required.proceed to next step. Display is faulty.

Not OK

OK

Repair the components or replace the components, as required. Proceed to next step.

Not OK

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General Information
Components For The Messenger Display

Illustration 22 247-4829 Display Module Gp Table 19

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Callout 1 2 3 4

Description 245-2943 Electronic Control Module 208-8375 Bracket 156-6198 Screw 114-3477 Bracket

Quantity 1 2 4 1

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Illustration 23 213-6329 Monitor Harness As for Messenger Table 20

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CONNECTOR A WIRE TABLE Signal ID ATA+ ATA+Battery Battery ground Dimmer Plugged Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 Color Yellow Lt. blue Red Black Purple *

CONNECTOR B WIRE TABLE Signal ID +Battery Battery ground Keyswitch Dimmer ATAATA+ J1939 J1939 Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Color Red Black Red Purple Lt. blue Yellow Yellow Green

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Illustration 24 278-0086 Harness Assembly Table 21

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278-0086 Harness AssemblyWire Table ID of Signal + Battery Battery Ground Keyswitch Dimmer ATA ATA + J1939 J1939 Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Color Red Black Red Purple Lt. Blue Yellow Yellow Green

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Wiring Diagram For The Installation Of The Display

Illustration 25 Typical example

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Illustration 26 Typical example of a 8 pin Deutsch connector

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Diagrams for Adapter Harness

Illustration 27 6 pin Deutsch connector (left side) 6 pin Deutsch plug connector (right side)

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Illustration 30 9 pin Caterpillar connector (left side)

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8 pin connector (right side) 278-0086 Harness Assembly

The adapter cables are used to adapt the Messenger display to existing applications.
Table 22

Connectors Part Number 3E-3378


Illustration 28 8 pin Amp connector (left side) 6 pin Deutsch plug connector (right side)
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Description Deutsch 6 pin DT plug Deutsch 9-pin HD plug Deutsch #16/#18 AWG plug socket (for 3E-3378 and 8T-8735) Deutsch 6-pin HD plug Deutsch 6-pin HD plug socket Deutsch 8-pin connector

8T-8735 8T-8730

7X-1873 3E-5226 155-2264

Illustration 29 278-0086 Harness Assembly to a 8 pin connector

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Installation In The Dash


Required Tools
Table 23

Part number 151-0968 9U-7330 3S-2093 6V-6193 1U-7264 1U-7267 6V-6194 1U-7319 140-9944

Description Drill Digital multimeter Tie strap Diagonal cutting pliers Standard screwdriver Phillips screwdriver Needle nose pliers Flashlight Terminal kit

b. The +ATA Data Link and -ATA Data Link may be located behind the dash data link. A two-pin connector for the data link connection may be supplied by the vehicle manufacturer. Do not confuse the lines for the J1708 ATA Data Link with the lines for the J1922 or the J1939 Data Link. c. The connection for the panel dimmer switch should be accessible from behind the dash. The circuit for the panel dimmer switch must be a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer in order to determine the type of circuit for the panel dimmer or refer to the wiring schematic of the vehicle. The data link for the +battery and the battery ground have connections for the display. The connection for the +battery may be unswitched. Do not connect the display to unswitched power. Connect the Messenger display to the key switched battery connection for the +battery and the battery ground. 4. Connect the key switched battery connection to the +battery and the battery ground. Crimp a terminal from the display connector (+battery) (pin 1) to the key switched battery connection for the +battery. Crimp a terminal from the display connector (battery ground) (pin 2) to the key switched battery connection for the battery ground.
Table 24

Installation procedure
Note: Caterpillar Messenger will t in existing openings for CAT ID driver information displays without any additional modications. 1. Determine and mark the location for the Messenger display. The measurements for the Messenger display are 112 mm (4.45 inch) wide by 53 mm (2.0 inch) high. The display is 56 mm (2.3 inch) deep. The dash must be 2 mm (0.08 inch) thick at a minimum. The dash panel may only be 6 mm (0.25 inch) thick at a maximum. This will allow the brackets to be secured to the back of the Messenger display. Note: If the dash is more than 6 mm (0.25 inch) thick, the brackets may be carefully trimmed. 2. Disconnect vehicle batteries. 3. Locate all the wiring connections. The Messenger display requires a fused key switch for the +battery, battery ground, +ATA Data Link, and -ATA Data Link for proper operation. The display may be wired to the panel dimmer switch. This connection allows the display to be dimmed automatically with the dash panel lights. The display requires less than 500 mA of power. a. The key switched power to the +battery and the battery ground should be available in the fuse panel of the cab.

Messenger Pinout Specication Pins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Function + Battery - Battery Keyswitch PWM input ATA/1708ATA/1708+ CAN/J1939 High CAN/J1939 Low

5. Reconnect the vehicle batteries. a. Use a multimeter to measure the voltage. Measure the voltage between the +battery (pin 3) and battery ground (pin 4) with the key switch in the On position. The voltage should be 11 to 13.5 volts DC. b. Turn the key switch to the Off position and measure the voltage again. The voltage should be 0 volts when the key switch is in the Off position. Note: The supply voltage to the Messenger display may be from 9 volts to 32 volts DC.

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6. Connect the data link lines. Note: The data link lines must be connected correctly or the display will not work. The data link lines must be the twisted pair. a. Temporarily connect the display to the wiring harness. b. Turn the key switch to the On position. The display should come on. c. Verify that the display comes on. If there is no communication, turn the key switch to the Off position. Switch the data link lines. d. If this does not solve the problem, either the connections are not sufcient or the lines are connected to the wrong data link connector. The connection is to the J1922 Data Link or to the J1939 Data Link instead of the J1708 ATA Data Link. e. Remove the dash panel and cut the opening to the proper size for the display. Determine the location for the Messenger display in the dash panel. Verify that the location that is chosen is adequate for the installation of the Messenger display. Carefully cut a 113 mm (4.45 inch) by 53 mm (2.0 inch) opening in the dash panel at the appropriate location. Note: Do not make the hole for the Messenger display too large. Use a le or other means to avoid a hole that is oversize. The body of the Messenger display should t snugly into the hole in the dash panel. 7. Insert the Messenger display into the dash. a. Insert the display into the cutout in the front of the dash. b. Install the rear brackets and loosely tighten the four screws that hold the brackets in place. c. Ensure that the face of the Messenger display is straight and positioned correctly in the opening. d. Fully tighten the four screws that hold the brackets in place. 8. Secure the Messenger display wiring with tie straps in order to avoid wiring abrasion and interference with the driver. Note: Do not locate the wiring harness for the Messenger display near any radio wiring.

Gimbal Mount Installation


Required Tools
Table 25

Part number 151-0968 9U-7330 3S-2093 6V-6193 1U-7264 1U-7267 6V-6194 1U-7319 140-9944

Description Drill Digital multimeter Tie straps Diagonal cutting pliers Standard screwdriver Phillips screwdriver Needle nose pliers Flashlight Terminal kit

Additional Required Components


Table 26

Quantity 2 2 4 2 or

Description 6 mm (0.25 inch) by 25.4000 mm (1.0 inch) machine screws 6 mm (0.25 inch) nut 6 mm (0.25 inch) at washers 6 mm (0.25 inch) lock washers Double faced tape for fastening the mounting bracket

Installation procedure
1. Determine the location for the Messenger display. Mark the location for the Messenger display. a. Do not place the Messenger display in a location that would interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle. b. The Messenger display is approximately 125 mm (5.0 inch) wide by 76 mm (3.0 inch) high. The depth is approximately 75 mm (3.0 inch). Note: The location of the Messenger display must be within reach of the Messenger wiring harness and data link connector. 1. Disconnect the vehicle battery.

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2. Locate all the wiring connections. The Messenger display requires a fused key switch for the +battery, battery ground, +ATA Data Link, and -ATA Data Link for proper operation. This connection allows the display to be dimmed automatically with the dash panel lights. The display requires less than 500 mA of power. a. The key switched power of the +battery and battery ground should be available in the fuse panel of the cab. b. The +ATA Data Link and -ATA Data Link are located behind the dash data link. A two-pin connector for the data link connection may be supplied by the vehicle manufacturer. Do not confuse the lines for the J1708 ATA Data Link with the lines for the J1922 or the J1939 Data Link. c. The connection for the panel dimmer switch should be accessible from behind the dash. The circuit for the panel dimmer switch must be a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer in order to determine the type of dimmer circuit or refer to the wiring schematic for the vehicle for wiring access. Note: The dash data link has the +battery and the battery ground connections available. The +battery may be unswitched. Connect the Messenger display to power from the key switch. 3. Connect the key switched battery connection to the +battery and to the battery ground of the display. Crimp a terminal from the display connector (+battery) (pin 1) to the key switched battery connection for the +battery. Crimp a terminal from the display connector (battery ground) (pin 2) to the battery ground of the vehicle.
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a. Use a multimeter to measure the voltage between the +battery (pin 1) and battery ground (pin 2). Measure the voltage with the key switch in the On position. The voltage may be from 9 volts to 32 volts DC. b. Turn the key switch to the Off position and measure the voltage again. The voltage should be 0 volts when the key switch is in the Off position. 5. Connect the data link lines. Note: The data link lines must be connected correctly or the display will not work. The data link lines must be the twisted pair. a. Temporarily connect the display to the wiring harness. b. Turn the key switch to the On position. The display should come on. c. Verify that the display comes on. If there is no communication, turn the key switch to the Off position. Switch the data link lines. d. If this does not solve the problem, either the connections are not sufcient or the lines are connected to the wrong data link connector. The connection is to the J1922 Data Link or to the J1939 Data Link instead of the J1708 ATA Data Link. e. Carefully drill a 10 mm (0.40 inch) hole through the dash for the wiring harness. The wiring harness may also be routed to the data link connector in an appropriate manner. Note: Temporarily remove the connector from the end of the Messenger wiring harness in order to avoid drilling a larger hole for the wiring. 6. Determine an appropriate location for the gimbal mounting bracket. a. Mark the holes and drill the holes for the gimbal mounting bracket when mounting with the machine screws. The length of the machine screws is determined by the thickness of the dash. The required fasteners for this procedure are not supplied with the Messenger display. b. If the installation will be by using double faced tape, cut and place the tape onto the dash. 7. Fasten the Messenger display to the gimbal mounting bracket. a. Insert the Messenger display into the gimbal mounting bracket. Secure the Messenger display with two thumb screws. Do not tighten the thumb screws fully.

Messenger Pinout Specications Pins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Function + Battery - Battery Keyswitch PWM input ATA/1708ATA/1708+ CAN/J1939 High CAN/J1939 Low

4. Reconnect the vehicle batteries.

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b. Tilt the Messenger display to the desired angle and fully tighten the thumb screws. 8. Secure the Messenger display wiring with tie straps in order to avoid wiring abrasion and interference to the driver. Note: Do not locate the wiring harness for the Messenger display near any radio wiring.

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