4005-15

VEHICLE FAULT CODES
CODE 1310 1311 1312 1313 1314 1315 DEFINITION Hydraulic filter blocked Engine air filter blocked Hydraulic oil temperature above normal Hydraulic oil temperature to high Transmission oil temperature above normal Transmission oil temperature to high 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. Stop machine operations Run engine at 1500 rpm Check brake system pressure Check brake system for leaks Stop machine operations Run engine at 1500 rpm Check steering system for operation Check steering system for leaks Stop machine operations Run engine at 1500 rpm Check fan operation Check radiator core for clogs POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Change filter Change filter 1. 2. 3. 4. Stop machine operations Run engine at 1500 rpm Check fan operation Check cooling core for clogs

1316

Brake pressure too low

1317

Steering pressure too low

1318 1319 1320 1321 1322 1323 1324 1325 1326 1327 1328 1331 1332 1333 1334

Engine coolant temperature above normal Engine coolant temperature high - critical Engine oil pressure too low Engine oil pressure below normal Engine oil pressure above normal Battery voltage low Battery voltage high Oil temperature too high Coolant level low Moved during accelerated idle Moving when shifting to low idle Electrical charging system voltage low critical level Water detected in fuel Engine overspeed Intake manifold temperature high - critical

1. Stop machine operations 2. Check engine oil level 3. Check pressure sender unit 1. Check engine oil for proper type 2. Check pressure sender unit Check charging system 1. Stop machine operations 2. Run engine at 1500 rpm 3. Check sending unit Fill radiator level No information available at time of print. No information available at time of print. 1. Stop machine operations 2. Check charging system Drain fuel filter Check engine speeds Check for defective or clogged after cooler 1. 2. 3. 4. Stop machine operations Run engine at 1500 rpm Check brake system pressure Check brake system for leaks
Issued 8-06 Printed in U.S.A.

1335

Brake pressure too low

Bur 5-3430

The motor is working in a degraded mode. 2. check position of flap. 1. Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. does not work correctly 1920 Recirculation actuator DC motor output failure.4005-16 CODE 1336 DEFINITION Transmission oil filter blocked POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Replace filter NOTE: The following fault codes are for optional climate controlled heating and air conditioning system. 2. 3. 1. 1. 2. Turn system on with fan speed on low. does not work correctly 1921 AC relay output failure. Verify system activation when AC button is pressed. Check charge level of AC system. Check for proper connection of relay. Check harness between control module and relay. 1. does not work. 4. 3. Check harness between controller and flap motor. CODE 1909 DEFINITION Open circuit evaporator temperature sensor DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR AC relay compressor is disabled. Check sensor for short circuit to ground or open circuit. Replace relay with known good relay and retest system. verify position of flap. replace valve.S. Place the fan speed on high. 2. 1910 Short circuit evaporator temperature sensor 1919 Water valve motor output failure.A. . Verify if the system controls are functioning properly when requesting heat or AC.

Sensor defective or short circuit to external source. Coolant temperature sensor signal below range min. if problem reoccurs. . Check wiring or replace sensor. No CAN plausibility check performed. Check wiring or replace sensor. Short circuit in wiring or in accelerator pedal.S. restart system. Coolant temperature sensor null (via CAN) 3007 3008 3009 3015 Fuel temperature signal above range max. Foot throttle sensor signal below range min. Check wiring. Check wiring or replace sensor. Short circuit in wiring or in accelerator pedal. Replace ECU (not necessary if never running in high altitude and if turbocharger is without VGT) Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check wiring or replace sensor. 3016 Fuel temperature signal below range min. 3023 3024 3025 Ambient pressure sensor inside ECU is defect. replace idle switch or replace accelerator pedal. if problem reoccurs.A. Check wiring or replace sensor. 3019 3021 Boost pressure sensor null (via CAN) 3022 Boost pressure sensor signal not plausible Atmospheric pressure sensor signal not plausible Atmospheric pressure sensor signal above range max. Sensor defective or short circuit to ground. Boost pressure sensor signal above range max. Foot throttle sensor . Check wiring or replace accelerator pedal. restart system. Check wiring or replace accelerator pedal. Difference of ambient and boost pressure is out of range.no signal Coolant temperature sensor signal not plausible Coolant temperature sensor signal above range max.4005-17 ENGINE FAULT CODES CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Idle switch defect or wiring of idle switch broken or accelerator pedal defect. Check wiring or replace sensor. Sensor defective or short circuit to external source. Check wiring or replace sensor. Sensor defective or short circuit to ground. No CAN plausibility check performed. 3001 Foot throttle sensor signal not plausible 3002 3003 3004 3006 Foot throttle sensor signal above range max. Check wiring or replace accelerator pedal See OTS (Oil Temperature Sensor) plausibility check (Fault 3033) Sensor defective or short circuit to external source. Atmospheric pressure sensor signal below range min. Check wiring or replace sensor.

Occurrence possible during cold start. Inaccurate oil or coolant temperature sensors or insufficient oil or coolant recirculation (low coolant level etc. Check wiring or replace sensor. too low oil level. Check wiring or replace sensor. alternator defect. Check wiring or replace sensor.).4005-18 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Inaccurate oil pressure sensor or defect (e.. replace ECU Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Sensor defective or short circuit to external source.g. Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check ECU and wiring. Check oil pressure sensor for accuracy and check oil system.) in the oil system. Alternator voltage governor defect. No information available at time of print. wiring problems (too high resistance) or ECU defect.. No information available at time of print. Inaccurate oil pressure sensor or defect (e. Replace battery or alternator. Check wiring or replace sensor. internal ECU problems also possible. Check wiring or replace sensor. Check oil and coolant temperature sensor for accuracy and check oil and coolant system for proper functioning. Oil temperature sensor signal below range min. Check oil pressure sensor for accuracy and check oil system. restart system. Oil temperature sensor signal CAN transmission disturbed Boost pressure sensor signal low Vehicle speed sensing hardware conversion error Vehicle speed sensing signal not plausible Battery voltage to ECM too high 3035 3036 3037 3043 3046 3051 3052 Battery voltage to ECM too low 3060 Cylinder 1 unclassified error in injector Bur 5-3430 . No CAN plausibility check performed. Replace alternator governor device or alternator. if problem reoccurs. Battery defect. leakage.g. Sensor defective or short circuit to ground.S.A. 3028 Oil pressure sensor pressure too low 3029 Oil pressure sensor short-circuit to battery 3030 3031 Oil pressure sensor short-circuit to ground Oil pressure sensor ADC conversion error 3032 Oil pressure sensor pressure too high 3033 Oil temperature sensor signal not plausible 3034 Oil temperature sensor signal above range max. Sensor defective or short circuit to external source. Sensor defective or short circuit to ground. blocked piping) in the oil system. Sensor defective or short circuit to ground. various reasons can cause the defect. Check wiring or replace sensor. Depending on the pattern. No information available at time of print.

Defective coil of injector. various reasons can cause the defect. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. internal ECU problems also possible. replace ECU. replace ECU Short circuit in wiring with external source. replace ECU Defective coil of injector. Check the wiring and replace injector Depending on the pattern. replace ECU Short circuit in wiring with external source. replace ECU. Check the wiring and the injection signals. various reasons can cause the defect.A. various reasons can cause the defect. Defective coil of injector. Check the wiring and replace injector Depending on the pattern. replace ECU Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check the wiring and replace injector Depending on the pattern. Check the wiring and replace injector Depending on the pattern.4005-19 CODE 3061 3062 3063 DEFINITION Cylinder 1 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 1 signal low Cylinder 1 short-circuit high side to ground DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Short circuit in wiring with external source. internal ECU problems also possible. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. 3064 Cylinder 5 unclassified error in injector 3065 3066 3067 Cylinder 5 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 5 signal low Cylinder 5 short-circuit high side to ground 3068 Cylinder 3 unclassified error in injector 3069 3070 3071 Cylinder 3 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 3 signal low Cylinder 3 short-circuit high side to ground 3072 Cylinder 6 unclassified error in injector 3073 3074 3075 Cylinder 6 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 6 signal low Cylinder 6 short-circuit high side to ground 3076 Cylinder 2 unclassified error in injector Bur 5-3430 . replace ECU. Defective coil of injector. internal ECU problems also possible. various reasons can cause the defect. replace ECU Short circuit in wiring with external source.S. internal ECU problems also possible. Check the wiring and the injection signals.

Signal interrupted do to wiring problem. defective or incorrectly installed camshaft or crankshaft sensor.S. sensor installations and proper functioning of camshaft and crankshaft sensors (evaluate raw signals) Check wiring. Check the wiring and the injection signals. replace ECU. defective or incorrectly installed camshaft phase sensor. sensor installation and proper functioning of crankshaft sensor (evaluated raw signals). Check wiring. Short circuit of wiring to ground or defective pressure sensor. replace ECU. Check wiring and proper functioning of rail pressure sensor Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. Check wiring. sensor installation and proper functioning of camshaft phase sensor (evaluate raw signals). Defective coil of injector. Check the wiring and replace injector Signal interrupted do to wiring problem. Bur 5-3430 . sensor installation and proper functioning of crankshaft sensor (evaluate raw signals).4005-20 CODE 3077 3078 3079 DEFINITION Cylinder 2 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 2 signal low Cylinder 2 short-circuit high side to ground DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Short circuit in wiring with external source. 3080 Cylinder 4 unclassified error in injector 3081 3082 3083 Cylinder 4 injector cable short-circuit low side to battery Cylinder 4 signal low Cylinder 4 short-circuit high side to ground 3088 Crankshaft sensor lost synchronization 3089 Crankshaft sensor defective 3090 Camshaft sensor lost phase 3091 Camshaft sensor phase synchronization failure 3093 Offset between camshaft and crankshaft outside boundaries 3095 Operating with camshaft sensor only 3102 Rail pressure sensor CP3 signal below range min. internal ECU problems also possible. sensor installation and proper functioning of crankshaft sensor (evaluate raw signals) Check wiring. Signal interrupted do to wiring problem. Check the wiring and replace injector Depending on the pattern. Check the wiring or replace injector Check the wiring and the injection signals. Defective coil of injector. various reasons can cause the defect.A. replace ECU Short circuit in wiring with external source. sensor installation and proper functioning of camshaft phase sensor (evaluate raw signals) Check wiring. Check wiring. defective or incorrectly installed crankshaft speed sensor.

ensure proper functioning of the injection components PRV does not open once the pressure limit is reached: Mechanical defect or wrong application parameter. replace sensor Short circuit of wiring to external source or defective pressure sensor. Check of wiring or replace relay Defective wiring. power stage or metering unit.4005-21 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Defective rail pressure sensor. Ensure correct wiring and proper functioning of rail pressure sensor. Replace ECU (not necessary if never running in high altitude and if turbocharger without VGT) Short circuit to ground of grid heater. Check wiring and proper functioning of rail pressure sensor Short circuit of main relay to external source or defective main relay. Check wiring. Check application value of maximum rail pressure. 3113 Grid heater battery switch relay short-circuit to battery 3114 Grid heater battery switch relay short-circuit to ground ECM 12V sensor supply voltage high ECM 12V sensor supply voltage low Grid heater always switched on Metering unit open load 3118 3119 3131 3137 3138 Metering unit signal not plausible Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. ECU. Check grid heater switch and replace it Broken or disconnected wiring or defective relay. check functioning of the PRV PRV does not open even after pressure shock: Stuck PRV or wrong application parameter. Rail pressure sensor offset monitoring signal below range min. Check application value of maximum rail pressure. Check wiring or replace relay Rail pressure sensor inaccurate. 3110 3111 3112 Rail pressure sensor CP3 signal above range max. Check rail pressure sensor for plausible values. . Check the wiring connecting the battery to the EDC or replace main relay Ambient pressure sensor inside ECU is defective. rail pressure overshoot. power stage and metering unit 3104 Rail pressure relief valve open 3105 Rail pressure relief valve pressure shock requested 3106 Rail pressure relief valve did not open after pressure shock 3107 Metering unit output short-circuit to battery on low side Rail pressure sensor offset monitoring signal above range max. ECU. defect in other injection relevant component. Check the wiring connecting the battery to the EDC or replace main relay Short circuit to ground of main relay or defective main relay.S.A. check functioning of the PRV Short circuit of wiring to external source or inside relay.

S. Short circuit of wiring to external source or inside relay.4005-22 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR High pressure system: Rail pressure sensor inaccurate.too high 3173 3174 Fuel rail/system pressure . . Check wiring or replace relay No information available at time of print. metering unit without power due to electrical error. See fault 3171 See fault 3172 Leakage in the high pressure section. Check for defects according to failure list.too low Fuel rail/system pressure . by pressure relieve valve). worn high pressure pump. Check for defects according to failure list.too high 3175 Fuel system leak detected – large leak 3176 Fuel delivery exceeded threshold for pressure in overrun mode Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. zero-delivery throttle clogged. injection nozzle stuck in open position. Low pressure system: Metering unit reflux too low. Check oil temperature sensor for accuracy and check oil system. 3141 Set point of fuel volume flow through metering unit is lower than calculated limit 3147 Oil temperature sensor signal above normal range Grid heater relay short-circuit to battery 3154 3155 3156 3161 Grid heater relay short-circuit to ground Grid heater relay no load Fan actuator signal low 3171 Fuel rail/system pressure . pressure after zero-delivery throttle too high. leaking pressure relieve valve. injection nozzle stuck in open position. high pressure pump defective. worn or defective high pressure pump. leaking pressure relieve valve Low pressure side: Pressure before gear pump too low.too low 3172 Fuel rail/system pressure . Low pressure side: Pressure before gear pump too high (e.A. injector reflux too high. worn high pressure pump. Metering unit stuck in open position. leaking pressure relieve valve. Check wiring or replace relay Broken or disconnected wiring or defective relay. worn injector. worn injector.g. Low pressure system: 'Zero delivery' is not active in metering unit (excessive leakage in metering unit). injection nozzle stuck in open position. worn injector. leakage in low pressure side). Check wiring or replace relay Short circuit of wiring to ground or inside relay. gear pump output too low (fuel filter clogged. High pressure system: Leakage in the high pressure section. High pressure side: Leakage in high pressure section.

Check wiring. Check the wiring or replace injector. Depending on the pattern. missing BC. CAN cable connecting the BC is disconnected or broken. Check the wiring or replace injector. Check the wiring and the injection signals. 3211 3212 3213 Bank 1 unclassified error 3218 Bank 2 general short-circuit on injection cable Bank 2 injection cable short-circuit low side to ground Bank 2 no signal 3219 3220 3221 Bank 2 unclassified error Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. replace ECU Broken wire or disconnection of wiring or inside injector. Check presence and correct connection of the VCM to the network. undervoltage of BC. Short circuit in wiring. Depending on the pattern. various reasons can cause the defect. replace ECU Short circuit of high-side to battery or ground. Defective CAN controller of Vehicle Control Module. Check presence and correct connection of the BC to the network. Short circuit in wiring. No information available at time of print. CAN cable connecting the VCM is disconnected or broken.4005-23 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Defective CAN controller of Body Computer. Check the wiring or replace injector. undervoltage of VCM. 3178 Time-out of CAN message BC2EDC1 3179 Time-out of CAN message BC2EDC2 3180 Time-out of CAN message VCM2EDC 3188 3192 3196 3200 3204 3208 3210 Cylinder 1 open load Cylinder 2 open load Cylinder 3 open load Cylinder 4 open load Cylinder 5 open load Cylinder 6 open load Bank 1 general short-circuit on injection cable Bank 1 injection cable short-circuit low side to ground Bank 1 no signal Short circuit of high-side to battery or ground.S. Short circuit of low-side to ground in injector cable. Check the wiring or replace injector. internal ECU problem. Check the wiring or replace injector. missing VCM.A. Check correct functioning of the VCM CAN controller and its voltage supply. various reasons can cause the defect. internal ECU problem. No information available at time of print. Check wiring. Check correct functioning of the BC CAN controller and its voltage supply. . Short circuit of low-side to ground in injector cable. Check the wiring and the injection signals.

internal defect of the ECU leading to a SPI bus communication error. Replace ECU if failure remains present Electronic disturbances. replace ECU. reset ECU. impaired functioning of the CPU clock) of the EDC. If no recovery. various hardware defects (ECU internal) or configuration problems. Disturbed SPI-Bus. If failure remains after ECU initialization: replace ECU Defective ECU.S. If error exists only temporary (i.stop engine Injection processor error . If failure remains after ECU initialization: replace ECU Electronic disturbances. Defective ECU. If error occurs repeatedly.g. Defective monitoring module or CPU (e. reprogram EDC. Analyze what error triggered the recovery (Read out label HWEMon_numRecovery and compare the value with the according table).stop engine 3230 Injection processor error .stop engine 3228 Injection processor error . . Check 'TESTMODE' parameters or replace ECU if problem reoccurs Defective SPI-bus participant.e. Replace ECU if problem reoccurs (Send in ECU for investigation) 3227 Injection processor error . timing problem due to software bug. In case of a permanent error the injection remains blocked and the ECU has to be replaced Watch dog switch off path defect. replace EDC.4005-24 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Clock error or interruption of the power supply voltage. Replace ECU if problem reoccurs 3244 Recovery which is visible 3245 Communication supervision watchdog control flag 3246 3247 3248 Redundant shutoff paths during initial Redundant shutoff paths during initial Redundant shutoff paths during initial Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U.stop engine 3229 Injection processor error . Internal failure of ECU or 'TESTMODE' takes too long. Check the power supply or replace ECU if problem reoccurs.stop engine Injection processor error . injection reoccurs) error can be ignored and error deleted in the fault memory.stop engine 3231 3232 3233 3234 3238 3242 3243 Injection processor error . If error remains.stop engine Communication error of CJ940 processor Recovery which is locked Recovery which is suppressed Electric disturbances.stop engine Injection processor error .A. internal ECU problem.

Check wiring or replace relay Short circuit of wiring to external source or inside relay. internal defect of the EDC. requested torque increase via tester. defect in wiring harness. defective ECU. check wiring. if failure persists replace ECU Electronic disturbances. If defect remains replace EDC (internal defect) Excessive battery voltage. internal defect of the EDC. defective wiring.S. check wiring. wrong application of injection relevant parameters. Check the battery for correct voltage supply. Check wiring or replace relay Short circuit of wiring to ground or inside relay. electrical failure in connected sensors or in the EDC. If defect remains replace EDC (internal defect) Insufficient voltage supply of a CJ940 component: Low battery voltage. .4005-25 CODE 3253 3254 3255 3256 3258 DEFINITION Error status ADC monitoring Error status ADC monitoring Error status ADC monitoring Error status ADC monitoring Short-circuit to battery at high side power stage Short-circuit to ground at high side power stage Open load at low side power stage Short-circuit to battery or excessive temperature at low side power stage Short-circuit to ground at low side power stage Short circuit of wiring to external source or inside relay. Check of wiring or replace relay Broken or disconnected wiring or defective relay. internal ECU problem. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. Check wiring or replace relay Electronic disturbances. Check wiring or replace relay Short circuit of wiring to ground or inside relay. replace EDC Buffer overrun No additional information available at time of print DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR 3259 3260 3261 3262 3265 Energizing time exceeds limit of over run monitoring 3266 Plausibility error in engine speed check 3278 Supply voltage CJ940 upper limit 3279 Supply voltage CJ940 lower limit 3280 Sensor supply voltage 1 high Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. defective wiring.A. Check the battery for sufficient voltage supply. Check battery voltage. Check injection relevant application. If failure persists after reinstallation replace ECU Excessive voltage supply of a CJ940 component: High battery voltage.

defect in wiring harness. replace EDC Excessive battery voltage. defect in wiring harness.A. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. electrical failure in connected sensors or in the EDC. electrical failure connected sensors or in the EDC. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. electrical failure in connected sensors or in the EDC. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. Check battery voltage. 3281 Sensor supply voltage 1 low 3283 Sensor supply voltage 2 high 3284 Sensor supply voltage 2 low 3285 Sensor supply voltage 3 high 3286 Sensor supply voltage 3 low 3290 Turbo compound monitoring signal not plausible Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. check wiring for correct voltage supply of the sensor and the EDC. replace EDC No information available at time of print. electrical failure connected sensors or in the EDC. electrical failure connected sensors or in the EDC. . replace EDC Excessive battery voltage. defect in wiring harness. Check battery voltage. Check battery voltage. defect in wiring harness.S. Check battery voltage. Check battery voltage. defect in wiring harness. replace EDC Insufficient battery voltage. replace EDC Insufficient battery voltage.4005-26 CODE DEFINITION DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Insufficient battery voltage.

1. Check the connectors from the TCU to the ride control relay. 3. Check the connectors. 4113 Logical error at FNR switch 4114 Logical error at direction select signal 4116 Logic error at park brake status 4117 Logic error at direction select signal 2 4119 4120 4121 4133 4134 4135 4136 Short circuit to ground at ride control Short circuit to battery voltage at ride control Open circuit at ride control Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at temperature sensor Short circuit to ground at temperature sensor Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at converter output temperature sensor Short circuit to ground at converter output temperature sensor Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at parking brake sensor input Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at engine speed sensor Short circuit to ground at engine speed sensor 1. 1. 1. 3. Check the connectors. 2. 3. 2.A. 1. Check park brake switch. 3. Check the parking brake solenoid. Check the ride control relay. Check the temperature sensor. Check the FNR switch. Check the temperature sensor. Check the connectors. 1. 1. Check the cables from the TCU to the instrument cluster connector 2 pin 6. 2. Check the connectors. Check the connectors from the TCU to the FNR switch. It is also reset if the signal is above zero speed threshold. Check the connectors from the TCU to the FNR switch. Check the cables from the TCU to the ride control relay. 3. 2. 2. Check the FNR switch signal combinations. 2. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. 4137 1.S. Check the FNR switch signal combinations. Check the parking brake relay. 2. Check the cables from the TCU to the FNR switch. Check the cables from the TCU to the FNR switch. 2. Check the cables from the TCU to the FNR switch. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. 4145 4146 4147 Logical error at engine speed sensor input NOTE: This fault code is reset after power up of the TCU. 3.4005-27 TRANSMISSION FAULT CODES CODE DEFINITION POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR 1. 3. Check the speed sensor. Check the connectors from the TCU to the FNR switch. Check the parking brake fuse. 2. Check the parking brake sensor. 3. . Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. 1. 2. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor.

Check the speed sensor. Check the connector connected to the output speed.S. NOTE: This fault code is reset after power up of the TCU. Check the cable to the cluster controller. 2. . 3. 3. Check the connectors. 3. Check the connectors. 2. 3. 2. 2. Check the cable from the TCU to the sensor. does not match other speeds. 3. 4160 4180 4185 4186 Invalid gear range restriction (CAN) Vehicle controller time-out (CAN) Invalid test mode signal (CAN) Invalid park brake status (CAN) 1. Check the connectors. 1. 3. Check the speed sensor. Check the speed sensor. Check the cluster controller. 2. 2. Check the cable to the cluster controller.4005-28 CODE 4148 4149 DEFINITION Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at turbine speed sensor input Short circuit to ground at turbine speed sensor input POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR 1. 2. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor.A. 3. NOTE: This fault code is reset after power up of the TCU. NOTE: This fault code is reset after power up of the TCU. 4150 Logical error at turbine speed sensor input 4151 4152 Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at intermediate speed sensor input Short circuit to ground at intermediate speed input 1. 1. 1. 3. 3. Check the connectors. 4153 Logical error at intermediate speed sensor input 4154 4155 Short circuit to battery voltage or open circuit at output speed sensor Short circuit to ground at output speed sensor 4156 Logical error at output speed sensor 4158 Output speed zero. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. Check the sensor signal of the output speed sensor. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check the cluster controller. Check the connectors. 2. Check wire of CAN-Bus. Check the connectors. Check the speed sensor. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. 1. 1. Check the cables from TCU to the sensor. Check the speed sensor. 1. 2. NOTE: This fault code is reset after power up of the TCU. Check wire of CAN-Bus. Check the speed sensor.

Check pressure at clutch K2. 1.4005-29 CODE 4209 4210 4211 4212 4213 4214 4215 4216 4217 4225 4226 4227 4228 4229 4230 4231 4232 4233 4241 4242 4243 DEFINITION Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch K1 Short circuit to ground at clutch K1 Open circuit at clutch K1 Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch K2 Short circuit to ground at clutch K2 Open circuit at clutch K2 Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch K3 Short circuit to ground at clutch K3 Open circuit at clutch K3 Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch K4 Short circuit to ground at clutch K4 Open circuit at clutch K4 Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch KV Short circuit to ground at clutch KV Open circuit at clutch KV Short circuit to battery voltage at clutch KR Short circuit to ground at clutch KR Open circuit at clutch KR Short circuit to ground at backup alarm relay Short circuit to battery voltage at backup alarm relay Open circuit at backup alarm relay 1. Check signal at output speed sensor. 5. Check internal wire harness of the transmission control valve. 5. Check main pressure in the system. 2. Check pressure at clutch K3. Check signal at output speed sensor. 2. Check the connectors from the backup alarm relay to TCU. 5.A. Replace clutch. Check signal at internal speed sensor. alarm relay. Check signal at internal speed sensor. 1. 3. 4. Check the cable from the TCU to the transmission control valve. 4. Check the cable from the TCU to the backup. 1. Check signal at output speed sensor. Replace clutch. Check the resistance of backup alarm relay circuit. POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR 4273 Slippage at clutch K1 4274 Slippage at clutch K2 4275 Slippage at clutch K3 Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Replace clutch. 3. 2. Check signal at internal speed sensor. Check the regulator resistance. Check pressure at clutch K1. 3. 2. 4. . Check the connectors from the TCU to the transmission control valve. 4. Check main pressure in the system. 3. Check main pressure in the system.S. 1. 2. 3.

A critical stop function warning has occurred. 2. 3. 4. 3. 2. 1. POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR Check pressure at clutch K4. 3. 1. 4. Stop machine and perform required service on the critical area. Check signal at output speed sensor. Check oil filter.S. 2. 2. 3. Cool down machine. No information available at time of print. Red stop indicator comes on and continuous buzzer sounds. Check signal at internal speed sensor. Check signal at output speed sensor. 5. Check temperature sensor. Check oil level.A. 3. . 6. Replace clutch. 5. Cool down machine.000 rpm for 0. Check filter maintenance switch (measure resistance). Check the cables from the TCU to the joystick. Check pressure at clutch KR. 6. A critical stop function warning has occurred. Check oil level. Check the resistance of the joystick. Replace clutch. Replace clutch. Check wiring from TCU to filter maintenance switch. Check pressure at clutch KV. Check main pressure in the system. Check signal at internal speed sensor. No information available at time of print. 4. No information available at time of print. Check main pressure in the system. 1. 1. 4. Check main pressure in the system. 4. Check temperature sensor. Stop machine and perform required service on the critical area.4005-30 CODE DEFINITION 1. 3. 5. Check engine speed sensor 1. 4276 Slippage at clutch K4 4277 Slippage at clutch KV 4278 Slippage at clutch KR 4279 Oil temperature at valve body is above limit 1. Check signal at internal speed sensor. 3. Red stop indicator comes on and continuous buzzer sounds. 5.2 seconds 4282 TCU sensed a voltage at oil filter maintenance switch out of the allowed range (dirty filter) 4284 4288 4289 4290 Overspeed output Engine torque or engine power overload Transmission output torque overload Transmission input torque overload 4291 Oil temperature at converter output is above limit 4292 Joystick status indicator short-circuit to ground Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check signal at output speed sensor. Check the connectors from the TCU to the joystick. 5. No information available at time of print. 2. 2. 2. 4281 Engine speed is measured above 5.

3. 2. 3. Check connectors from control valve to TCU. Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U. Check batteries.S. No information available at time of print. 4293 Joystick status indicator short-circuit to battery voltage 4294 Joystick status indicator over current 4305 4306 4307 4308 4309 4310 4325 4326 4337 4338 4339 4341 4342 Power supply for sensors short-circuit to battery voltage Power supply for sensors short-circuit to ground Low voltage at battery High voltage at battery Error at VPS 1 for solenoid power supply Error at VPS 2 for solenoid power supply Vehicle ID #1 time out Undefined VIN request via CAN. Check the cables from the TCU to the joystick.4005-31 CODE DEFINITION POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR 1. Replace TCU. 2. Check the resistance of the joystick. Check B+ wires from batteries to TCU. 2.A. 1. 1. No information available at time of print. Reprogram the correct configuration for the vehicle. Check the cables from the TCU to the joystick. Check cable from control valve to TCU. Check fuse A2. Check voltage at TCU connector pin 45. Check the connectors from the TCU to the joystick. Replace the TCU. General EEPROM fault Configuration error Application error (ZF internal) Clutch calibration fault Clutch adjustment data lost 1. 4. Replace the TCU. Do the transmission clutch calibration procedure. . 2. 1. Check the cables from the sensors TCU. Check the connectors from the sensors to the TCU. 3. 3. 2. Check the resistance of the joystick. Check the connectors from the TCU to the joystick.

4005-32 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER FAULT CODES CODE 9128 9129 9130 DEFINITION CAN timed out during operation CAN timed out during operation CAN timed out during operation DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE STEPS FOR REPAIR If error is permanent or repeats often. .S.A. check CAN wiring harness and connections on the CAN bus circuits. Bur 5-3430 Issued 8-06 Printed in U.