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PACCAR SERVICE MANUAL Section Electrical System Service Manual Number PM819003/KM815056 Date 09/16/2011 2010 Multiplexed Electrical System Service Manual — CECU3 with Chassis Node Engine Guster ©2011 PACCAR Corporation Confidentiality Notice: This document and the information contained herein is proprietary. It shall not be reproduced, copied or disclosed, in whole or in part, or used for manufacture without the written permission of PACCAR. You are hereby notified that any dissemination of this information is strictly prohibited ii PACCAR PM819003/KMB15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Table of Contents Safety... 2.2.2.2... .200.2 Applies To Exploded View. ........ What'sNew .......... General Information Specifications ......... HowltWorks..........- | 8 | Troubleshooting Glossary... ......... Index... 2... eee eee P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (07/06/2010) Electrical System Service Manual Of Safety Important Notes. P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Electrical System Service Manual Important Notes The simulate function within ESA is a good diagnosis tool. Safety is a cancer, so many CECU outputs are not accessible for simulation such as: cruise control, engine all pressure, park brake switch. Simulation of gauges is also not permitted if the engine is running. Replacing the contral unit results in the odometer being reset. Take appropriate action to record the Vehicle miles prior to removing the control unit. A CAUTION. Interrupting the communication or power supply during a control unit reflash could result in hardware damage ESA recagnizes when a software update Is required on a connected vehicle. If for some reason the user chooses not to reflash the control unit, ESA triggers a warning display. The LCD backlighting of the speedometer and outside air temperature blink for 1 minute. The warning is triggered at every key-on of the vehicle until the required update is performed. This is to alert the operator or other technicians that a vehicle reflash is required ESA automatically identifies what version of control unit it is connected to, and only permits software downloads that are applicable for that control unit. Check the program menu to see if an inoperative feature is disabled. This is very important when, diagnosing an inoperative gauge on a CECU equipped vehicle. The gauge may simply have been previously disabled Instrumentation Service Information describing how to remove, disassemble, and reinstall instrumentation components is located on ServiceNet. Before attempting any instrumentation repairs, the technician should have a complete understanding of the procedures described in ServiceNet. This manual contains service manual information covering vehicles equipped with software version "CECU3 with Chassis Node" (P30-1009). For vehicles with prior CECU software versions (such as: ICU (P30-1003), CECU/CECU2 (P30-1002), and CECUS (P30-1008)) refer to a separate publication (PM819010/KM8 15054) When replacing a chassis node, disconnect the batteries and do not reconnect them until ode installation and all wiring connections are complete. A new chassis nade and the CECU need to be powered up simultaneously during the node's first power cycle; otherwise a fault on the Multi-Function Display (Kenworth) or Driver Information Display (Peterbilt) will indicate that the CECU is not recognizing the praper communication with the chassis node 1-2 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual B Applies To Electronic Service Analyst (ESA). . . . Models—Build Dates P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Electrical System Service Manual Electronic Service Analyst (ESA) ESA History Multiplexed instrumentation was introduced in 2005. This method of communication, using a single wire to transmit multiple signals to many components, has dramatically reduced the size and complexity of the wiring bundle behind the dash panel While some traditional diagnostic and troubleshooting methods apply to multiplexed instruments, other methods do not. Professional service technicians needed a new diagnostic software program to make troubleshooting easier and more efficient. The program is called Electronic Service Analyst (ESA). It does nat replace basic electrical system troubleshooting skills; it supplements them. ESA Is flexible and allows the technician to use his own experience and expertise to help find and fix the problem. The technician reviews fault codes stored in the components, verifies whether the instrumentation is working properly, and diagnoses the roat cause of the problem using troubleshooting information found in ServiceNet. Once the software is installed on a personal computer, i's easy to use. It's available in English, Spanish, and Canadian French. Much like existing PC-based service applications, this analytic program communicates over a wireless data link adapter (DLA) to the multiplexed components. A USB Link to data link adapter is used for easy ESA connection and communication ESA 3 is the latest revision/update to the troubleshooting software. As more features are added to take advantage of multiplexing, ESA needs to grow in order to continue to support the technician i NOTE At the time of publication “ESA 3.1" was the latest released version of the Electronic Service Analyst. If there are subsequent releases of ESA (version 3.2, 3.3, 4.0, etc.), ESA will automatically update to the most recent version CECU3 Multiplexing Over This manual provides service Information covering trucks equipped with the multiplexed instrumentation system. Before attempting to make service repairs, the technician should be knowledgeable about the system design. components, operation and troubleshaoting procedures for diagnosing multiplexed instrumentation problems. Ww How communication works in a multiplex system: Each major subsystem in the truck's electrical system is operated by a control module that sends and receives data ta and from a central hub computer. The subsystem control modules are referred to as nodes. The central hub computer is called the CECU (Cab Electronic Control Unit) Since we're into the third generation now, we. sometimes call it CECU3 The CECU receives data related to controlling the Various devices of the electrical system. It then makes decisions based on that input and sends information to each of the subsystem system control modules (nodes) about what that node should do with the components it controls In this new generation, the CECU will, as before, control most of the instrumentation and interior lighting. Additionally it will now control exterior lighting, turn stalk, and wipers functions. The node that receives information fram the CECU to control the exterior lighting, turn stalk, and wipers functions is called the chassis node. 2-2 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Models-Build Dates Identifying which control unit is in the vehicle helps determine what features are present and also aids in troubleshooting Contror [Engine Emissions [Production Bult Hardware Part Number] Software Version Models nit Level Oates ew fani-r02e mK |Ps0- 100870 Po: 367, 378,370,385, 308 1808, 2004 | 2005- present kw: c800, 7600, 00, wooo, lore ignway ECU cECU2 [aR TOEEK RT |Ps0-T0027%% Pe: 268, 367,384,586, 588, 380 2007 2007 present 221. 1078:x-xxx kw: c500, 7420/7470, To80, a0o, w00, Of Highnay pe: 387 2008 present kw: r2000 pe: 525,500, 535, 50 2000 present rece faai-rore mx |Ps0- T0087 [Pe: 328, 390.237. 308, 387 2010 2010- present kw: T170, 1270, 1370, 1700 GECUS win [O2I-TOTE TOR with |PS0- T0087 Pe: 368, 367,284, 206,208, 398 2010 2010- present Chassis Node Ja21-1077-x-xxx kw: e500, taxorT470, Toso, 200, W200, OF High i NOTE This manual contains service manual information covering vehicles equipped with software version "CECU3 with Chassis Node" (P30-1009). For vehicles with prior CECU software versions (such as: ICU (P30-1003), CECU/CECU2 (P30-1002), and CECU3 (P30-1008)) refer to a separate publication (PMi819010/M8 15054), PMB19003IKMB15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 2-3 Electrical System Service Manual Control Unit Identification Control unit identification can be made using a few methods: + Searching using the Electronic Catalog (ECAT) + Connecting using the Electronic Service Analyst (ESA) + Menu Control Switch (MCS), only available with Multi-Function Display. Using ECAT or ESA are the easiest and most exact ways of determining the type of contral unit in the truck Electronic Catalog (ECAT) Identification ECAT provides a parts list “as built” and Bill of Materials information for each specific truck. The catalog is searchable, and contains the part number and identitication of the trucks instrument panel control unit. + ICU Part Number Q21-1029-X-XXX + CECU Part Number Q21-1055-X-XXX + CECU2 Part Number Q21-1075-X-XXX + CECUS Part Number Q21-1076-X-XXX + Chassis Node Part Number Q21-1077-X-XXX The blank digits (denoted by "X") in the above part numbers represent + =X" Is the hardware revision + "XXX" Is the software boot loader version. Electronic Service Analyst (ESA) Identification Connecting using ESA brings up a control unit, information window. In this window, the sixth line item is the Control Unit Type and identifies whether the truck has an ICU or CECU. It also details the variant of the CECU Line item ten of this Control Unit information window displays the current Vehicle Sotware Version. This details the current CECU software and programming date that is presently installed on the vehicle Upon connection, ESA recognizes if a software update has been issued for the control unit within the connected vehicle. If an update is required ESA prompts the technician to perform the update operation. MCS Identification For vehicles equipped with the Multi-Function Display, control unit identification is possible via the Menu Control Switch (MCS). Using the MCS knob, select the "Truck Information" menu. Use this menu to look up the "CECU SW Ver." Software version P30-1002-XXX can denote either a CECU or CECU2. + ICU Software P30-1003-XXX + CECU Software P30-1002-XXx + CECU2 Software P30-1002-XXx + CECUS Software P30-1008-XXX + CECUS with Chassis Node Software P30-1009-XXX 2-4 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Exploded View Control Unit Location P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Hi Electrical System Service Manual Control Unit Location CECU is located behind the center of the dash near the radio. For Kenworth vehicles, the CECU CECU Locations is located behind the center cansole ‘The heart of the multiplexed instrumentation system is the CECU. For Peterbilt vehicles, the Typical CECU Locstions Kenworth Location Peterbilt Location 3-2 PACCAR PM819003/KM8 15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Chassis Node Locations For Kenworth madels with a daycab, the chassis node is located below the driver side door. Kenworth Dayeab Chassis Node Location For Kenworth models with a aerocab, the chassis node is located under the rear sleeper sill Kenworth Aerocab Chassis Node Location P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Hi Electrical System Service Manual For Kenworth models with an aerocab with crossover exhaust, the chassis node is located an the underbell crossmember. Kenworth Asrocab with Crossover Exhaust Chassis Node Location For Peterbilt madels, the chassis node is located behind the transmission and is mounted between the frame rails Peterbilt Chassis Node Location Chassis Node 3-4 PACCAR PM819003/KMB15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual © What's New Electronic Service Analyst (ESA). . . . New Features of ESA 3 P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Electrical System Service Manual Electronic Service Analyst (ESA) What is ESA? Multiplexed instrumentation was introduced in 2005. This method of communication, using a single wire to transmit multiple signals to many components, has dramatically reduced the size and complexity of the wiring bundle behind the dash panel While some traditional diagnostic and troubleshooting methods apply to multiplexed instruments, other methods do not. Professional service technicians needed a new diagnostic software program to make troubleshooting easier and more efficient. The program is called Electronic Service Analyst (ESA). It does nat replace basic electrical system troubleshooting skills; it supplements them. ESA Is flexible and allows the technician to use his own experience and expertise to help find and fix the problem. The technician reviews fault codes stared in the components, verifies whether the instrumentation is working properly, and diagnoses the roat cause of the problem using troubleshooting information found in ServiceNet. Once the software is installed on a personal, computer, i's easy to use. It's available in English, Spanish, and Canadian French. Much like existing PC-based service applications, this analytic program communicates aver a data link adapter (OLA) to the multiplexed components. AUSB Link to data link adapter is used for ESA, connection and communication and is compatible for use with all control units ESA is a must-have diagnostic tool for dealerships to troubleshoot the new instrumentation. ESA eliminates much of the time consuming guesswork in some hard to diagnose cases, and significantly reduces unnecessary gauge replacement. 4-2 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Why ESA? ESA 3 is the latest revision/update to the troubleshooting software. As more features are added to take advantage of multiplexing, ESA needs to grow in order to continue to support the technician i NOTE ‘At the time of publication "ESA 3.1" was the latest released version of the Electronic Service Analyst. If there are subsequent releases of ESA (version 3.2, 3.3, 40, etc.), ESA will automatically update to the most recent version As version 3 is simply an update to the ESA software, many of the functions, navigation and screen images look and feel just as before. This ESA update includes diagnostic caverage of new features avaiable with the Cab Electronic Control Unit (CECU), as well as several enhancements to the program itself. Keep in mind; although the program and software contain many new improvements, the type of control unit that is in the truck determines some of the ESA features and procedures. CECU and ESA 3 Highlights + Manufacturer selection available + Five Data Link Adapter (DLA) selections + Storage and display of up to 50 Diagnostic, Trouble Codes (DTCs) + Components grouped by type to help find what you are laoking for + Monitor capabilities expanded + Selective simulation permitted while module software is active + Many new features/parameters available in the program menu + Available backup utility to save vehicle parameters + Out-of-date software warning + Diagnostics, monitoring, and simulating of most exterior lighting + Diagnostics, monitoring, and simulating of windshield wiper and washer Pump + Addition of Nexiq USB Link to Data Link Adapter selections + Simplified flashing menu + Faster software flashing times + Can choose between compatible software versions for a particular control unit + As-Built control unit parameters can be retrieved fram ECAT (ePortal access required) + Print preview function allows printing from most screens + Monitoring and lagging of J1939 data bus P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 4-3 Electrical System Service Manual New Features of ESA 3. This section gives a brief overview of the many. enhancements made to ESA New Features Most of the important additions are highlighted here. Refer to ServiceNet for ESA information and resources. Connecting ESA Connecting with ESA has not changed, simply connect the vehicle using the DLA and the connectors included in the ESA kit and click on the connect icon Once the connection is established a revised Control Unit Information pop-up window automatically appears on screen. This is to greet the user with important criteria that will help in continuing to troubleshoot a vehicle. Information such as + Chassis number + Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) + Unit of measure of the cluster + Type of contral unit + Data bus ESA is using to connect to the Control Unit + When the module was last flashed + What version of software is currently loaded onto the module (ets PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Navigating ESA The navigation icons are located at the top of the ESA screen. Selecting an icon activates that portion of the program The icons are’ + Connect/Discannect: starts and stops communications with the truck via the DLA. + Diagnose: read, review and monitor fault codes. + Monitor: watch activity of inputs to the CECU. + Simulate: limited activation of CECU outputs: + Program: disable/enable components of the cCECU Diagnose - New Features 50 Stored Codes ‘The Diagnosis screen now has the ability to store and display up to 50 Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) for the CECU Details There is a Details columns for CECU diagnosis. Details are recorded at the first instance of the DTC. For example, if the DTC has been recorded ‘twice, the count displays 2. The infarmation in the details screen is also captured when that DTC was first recorded. Selecting the magnifying glass in the details column for a DTC brings up a pop-up screen that provides the following freeze-trame information: Cy, clears ‘suns havecoum:2 Data Bit Value Units Engine RPM. nea Vehicle Speed © kmh ‘Outside Air Temperature “06 °C tha outa tomparatire sense ng + Engine RPM + Vehicle Speed + Battery Voltage + Outside Air Temp + Coolant Temp The same criteria are recorded for every DTC first occurrence. Some of the information may not relate to your specific DTC. As seen in the example there is a very abnormal reading for the outside air temperature, which is understandable since the DTC is dealing with a fault on that circuit, The detalls screen also provides a brief description of the fault along with some possible cause suggestions. P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 4-8 Electrical System Service Manual Clearing DTCs ECU equipped vehicles, selecting "Clear removes all non-active faults and instantly displays only active codes. Service Manual Link When ESA is updated, the service manual for the Multiplexed Electrical System is also downloaded to the computer that has ESA installed. The service manual is accessed through the Help menu link at the top of every screen rete [sen It there are any service manual revisions available, they will automatically be updated in ESA when, you are prompted to check for ESA updates (approximately every 45 days). The service manual is where to find a complete DTC list along with troubleshooting charts to help the technician diagnose prablems. Monitor - New Features To allow more viewing area when monitoring multiple components, there are auto-hide pin icons for reducing some of the sub-windows an the monitor screen. When selected to auto-hide. the sub-window reduces to a tab on the left side of the monitor screen. Simply place the cursor over the tab to bring the sub-window back up for further selection To make it easier to navigate to desired features, similar components have been grouped into a menu tree structure Monitoring shows a representation of what the control unit sees as input signals. Comparing what the unit sees to what the actual component (gauge, telltale, etc.) is doing helps determine it there is a problem The enhancements made to the CECU increased the amount of monitored components using ESA, c ‘Gauges Teltales Eudtable teltaes ‘switches Alacm co ‘nob (driver information display) 20000 BR aavs0aeh 4-6 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Monitoring Data Bus With ESA 3 the user is now able to monitor the vehicle data bus. Select the data bus group to be monitored. A table will open that shows all Control Units communicating on the bus. If a control unit stops communicating during the monitoring session, the status will change from Active ta Inactive. If needed, the user alsa has the capability to record messages on the data bus to be sent to your service manager for further analysis. ‘Simulate - New Features As with the monitor screen, to allow more viewing area when simulating components, there are auto-hide pin icons for reducing some of the sub-windaws. When selected to auto-hide, the sub-windaw reduces to a tab on the left side of the screen. Simply place the cursor over the tab to bring the sub-window back up for further selection To make it easier to navigate to desired features, similar components have been grouped into a menu tree structure P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR aT Electrical System Service Manual Individual Output Simulation Simulation performed with an ICU would basically shutdown the unit software so outputs could be simulated without being influenced by the other operations of the ICU. Now, with the CECU, individual outputs may be simulated while the control unit software is active. While this allows greater flexibility there is much that cannot and should not be simulated while a vehicle is operational. For instance, as a safety precaution gauge simulation will not be permitted if there is, engine rpm. Safety Issues While the simulate function is a good diagnosis tool, safety is a concern, so many CECU outputs are not accessible for simulation such as: cruise control, engine oil pressure, park brake switch. Program - New Features Similar components have been grouped into tabs to make finding your choice easier. Parameters There were 14 parameters for the ICU. Parameters are like part numbers that tell the control unit what features are on the vehicle and hence what inputs/outputs need activated With the CECU3, the available parameters have grown to around 130. Some parameters are restricted or lacked to ensure proper activation Disable Components Now Means No Function With the ICU, disabling a component would turn off the diagnostics but not remove the component from operation. An ICU disabled gauge stil functions, but is prevented from detecting problems and triggering DTCs. Now with the CECU, disabling really means disabled. A disabled gauge will not function. It is removed from all signal transmissions in order to allow the other features taster communication. This is very important when diagnosing a component that is inoperative. It may simply have been previously disabled i NOTE Check the program menuto see if an inoperative feature is disabled Flash - New Features It may be necessary to reflash a control unit for the following + Replacing a control unit + Updating the software of a control unit. + Obtaining additional features when available 4-8 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual i NOTE Replacing the control unitresuilts inthe odometer being reset. Take appropriate action to record the Vehicle miles prior to removing the control unit Reflashing takes approximately only 6 minutes over the K-line if using the USB Link adapter. The control unit must stay connected and power to the unit must be maintained throughout the flashing process ‘Soloot Vehicle Software Version ‘Selec sm sual stare vestnow ar cc Fast Cure stad arson: P50 100-008 A CAUTION Interrupting the communication or power supply could result in hardware damage to the unit. K-Line was the communication bus used for diagnostics on vehicles with: ICU software {P30-1003-XXx), CECU/CECU2 software (P30-1002-XXX), or CECU3 Software (P30-1008-XXX). Moving forward, vehicles containing "CECUS with Chassis Node" software (P30-1009-XXX), the K-Line has been replaced with the D-CAN communication bus. Basically the only difference the technician will notice is a faster reflash time. ‘Compatible Software When initiating the flashing process, the technician is required to select the appropriate software version to program into the control unit. Only compatible software versions for the vehicle unit that is connected will present in the selection menu. Details on the differences between available software versions are available through the View Release Notes button at the bottom of the Select Vehicle Software screen. Backup Parameters Flashing a control unit or replacing a control unit involves backing up the stored parameters of the unit. The backup saves an encrypted file onto the connected PC that is used to reload all the parameters of the control unit. These are the Parameters that are enabledi/disabled through the program menu. This ensures that your chassis number retains all the previously programmed functions Retrieving Parameters ESA 3 has the capability to retrieve the parameter contiguratian from ECAT that was on the vehicle when issued from the factory. This may aid in restoring parameters in instances such as replacing a nan responsive control unit. The technician must still verity the parameters are correct for any settings modified after the vehicle leaves the factory. The as-built parameter sets can be retrieved from ECAT through the Tools drop dawn menu. It may also be presented as an aption when flashing a blank unit or when parameters cannot be retrieved from a unit P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 4-9 Electrical System Service Manual After selecting "Retrieve Parameters from ECAT", the user needs to enter the chassis number or numbers for the desired parameter sets to be downloaded. At this time, the user is required to log into ServiceNet with a valid ePortal account. Once the login is verified, ESA will download the designated parameter sets and inform the user when the transfer is complete. 4-10 PACCAR PM819003/KMB15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual The downloaded files are stored in a secure format that prohibits tampering. ESA also prevents any user from loading parameters sets designated for one chassis number into a control unit that is assigned to another chassis number. To restore parameters from the downloaded parameter set, the user must Initiate a Flashing from the Tools drop down menu and select Restore Parameters Finally, the user needs to designate the source of the parameter set to be restored Out-of-Date Software Warning Let's say an update has been issued for the CECU software and a truck is connected to ESA for some troubleshooting purpose. ESA recognizes that there is a software update required and prompts the technician to perform the operation. If for some reason the user chooses not ta reflash the control unit, maybe there isntt sufficient time to perform an update or maybe the Data Link Adapter isn't immediately available, ESA triggers a warning display in the vehicle. This warning blinks the LCD backlighting of the speedometer and outside air temperature for 1 minute. The warning is triggered at every key-on of the Vehicle until the required update is performed. This is to alert the operator ar other technicians that a vehicle reflash is required P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR ai Electrical System Service Manual Administration - New Features Fle | Tools | Options Window Help ra e estan pore CControl Unit Information View Session Log Change Theme Flashing » Check For Update There are a few improvements made to the administration form that is found under the Tools pull down menu at the top of the ESA screen First off, any changes now performed in the administration form automatically update as soon as the user selects Apply or OK on the administration window. It is no longer necessary to shut down and restart the program to initiate administration changes. ‘A couple of highlight improvements involve selections under the Manufacturer and Data Link ‘Adapter (DLA) options. ‘The manufacturer selection allows ESA presentation as either a Kenworth or Peterbilt dealer. [ Be Le de xo eyo sete BE Oavntantnsitas oe on z (Co) Cera) ee) na PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual General Information ServiceResources .......... 5-2 P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Electrical System Service Manual Service Resources Service Manual Update It there are any service manual revisions available, they will automatically be updated in ESA when, you are prompted to check for ESA updates (approximately every 45 days). The service manual is accessed through the Help menu link at the top of every screen. The service manual is where to find a complete DTC list along with troubleshooting charts to help the technician diagnose prablems, Disabled Gauges With the CECU, disabling a component turns the component off completely. The disabled component is removed from all signal transmissions in order to allow the other features on the vehicle faster communication. A disabled gauge will not function or communicate with the control unt i NOTE Check the program menuto see if an inoperative feature is disabled. This is very important when diagnosing an inoperative gauge on a CECU equipped vehicle. The gauge may simply nave been previously disabled. Instrumentation Service Information describing haw to remove, disassemble. and reinstall instrumentation components is. located on ServiceNet. Before attempting any instrumentation repairs, the technician should have a complete understanding of the procedures described in ServiceNet. When a service technician installs an optional gauge in the multiplexed instrumentation system the newly installed gauge will initially be disabled Because the gauge is not factory-installed, the technician must program the CECU to monitor it Until the CECU is programmed, the link between the CECU and the gauge is termed “disabled” — that is, the CECU Is prevented tram detecting problems, and also from lagging and displaying diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) To program the CECU and enable gauges, select “Program”. If the gauge value Is “Disable”, change it to "Enable Sy = Once the CECU is programmed and the link to the gauge is “enabled”, the CECU monitors it, diagnoses problems like “shorts” and “opens”, logs DTCs for troubleshooting, and displays the DTCs on ESA's “Diagnose” screen 5-2 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Communication Diagrams The following diagram provides an example of the ‘communication lines and signal paths of a typical multiplexed vehicle. Determining the correct communication lines that provide a signal to the ‘Communiestion Interface Diagram CECU and where these circuits interconnect, help pinpoint possible trouble areas. Sometimes these connections became loose, have bent or misaligned pins, and visually inspecting them may help identity why other electrical problems may be occurring, Vv P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR Electrical System Service Manual CECU Details The heart of the multiplexed instrumentation system is the CECU. See Control Unit Locations for illustrations depicting the physical position of the control unit, The CECU receives data related to controlling the Various devices of the electrical system. It then makes decisions based on that input and sends information to subsystem system control modules (nodes) about what that node should do with the components it controls cecu CECU Connector Identification There are 5 electrical connectors that plug into the CECU + Connector A - 9 pins + Connector B - 24 pins + Connector C - 52 pins + Connector D - 40 pins + Connector E - 9 pins For an illustration of the side view of a CECU showing where the hamess connectors attach into the control unit, see CECU Figure. This figure identifies connector position on the control unit as well as individual connector pin locations. rary bo a0 We Oe For connector face views at the harness connectors that plug into the CECU, see CECU Connector Face Views Figure. These connectors CECU Connector Face Views all branch from the instrument panel harness that Toutes behind the dash 5-4 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual ECU Comparison Chat - (Pinout) Conn Circuit Funetion Conn Gireuit Function A [oVS6 power [Power batten [cab dome lamp [Menu control switch power [Ground Menu control switch ground [Dashipanellumination [awiary backighting [Power - battery Menu control switch encode A [Menu control switch encode 8 [Menu control switch enter [Courtesy lights - right door jamb switch lgnition input (Sta) [Dome tmp input [Seat beh telkale [orice set [crise resume’ [Back-up alarm mute Retarder select 1 [Retarder select [cwtehsvateh Headlamps aaive [PTO set [PTO resume [Engine fan override [Regen enable inhib regen [ABS off road [Mace lamp (Tract vo inpet [Transfer Case Engaged [Spare digital input Power supply #8V sensors [Analog retwn PTO oiltem Spare analog inpat Kine Dimmer inpat [ir pressure transducer primary [ar pressure transducer secondary [ar pressure transducer application [Spare analeg input [ir Str vestiction [Spare analog inpvt [Spare analeg input [Spare analeg input [evs6 asta [eVS6 retwn [Outside ait temperature [Spare analog input [Spare analeg input [Spare analog input [Spare analeg input Transmission oll temperature main [Spare analeg input Pyrometer Brakes aver of temperature [Analog retin [Spare analeg input [Remote thote signal [Spare analeg input [Spare analog input [Spare analeg input Wiper resistor ladder Turn signal sister adder LvD battery votage Spare digital input [O-CAN ground Not used [C-CAN high [C-CAN low Trailer stop lamp relay false D-CAN high D-CAN low D-CAN ground [CAN high CAN low B-CAN ground Mater fash windshield washer pump DRL interrupt Mater lamp Tale) lafelalslelals|a|s Fuel Level Sender Select Headlamp fash [Headlamp highvow P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual ‘Conn Pin Number Circuit Funetion Conn Pin Number Circuit Funetion Power igation ale timer relay [Courtesy ights lef door jamb switch Windshield wiper relay Power accessory ignition relay (Star) Hazard Clearance lamp Brake sniteh [Ground Spare digital input vo gus 4 Pak brake active vo Bus 2 Fog amos Spare relay oupet HVAC On Snitch lo fo|~fofa]sfeofr Spare relay ovpet [Crise oniot nterade lock totale Is fa] fe fo] ~forfor] a fuofro| = Fith wheel ook tla 7 Tractor ABS teltale 14 Trailer ABS tele 15 [Check engine tele 16 Stop engine teltale 7 Windshield wiper 95) 8 Secondary fog lames 0 cable teltale 1 See edtable tele table Eckable totale 2 [See edtable telale table a Eckable totale 3 [See edtable teltale table Edkableteltale 4 See edtable telale table Spare relay chassis contol 24 Eckable toate 6 See edtable telale table Eckable totale 7 See edtable telale table Eckable toate @ [See edtable teltale table 8 Eckableteltale © [See edtable telae table Dash buszer 1A Dash buszer 18 Dash buszer 10 Dash buszer 2 F-CAN high F-CAN low CAN high CAN Tow [ECAN ground’ V-cAN nigh McAN tow V-CAN ground es fas 8 fos es | fe is | fs fo ik ]V-CAN low terminated PM819003/KM8 15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Eaitable Tetale Application Editable Teltale Loeation iW Gloster Pa Gloster Eaeabie Teale 1 Postion 4 Peston 2 [Edaable Teale 2 Postion 7 Psion 3 Edeable Teale 3 Postion Peston 4 Editable Teltale 4 Postion 9 Peston 5 [Edaable Teale 5 la nla Edeable Teale 6 Postion 72 Postion © Edeable Teale 7 Postion 13 na [Edaable Teale @ Postion 14 nla Edeable Teale @ Postion 16 nla ‘See Cluster Components for illustration of possible telltale locations. P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Chassis Node Details The node that receives information fram the CECU to control the exterior lighting and wipers functions is called the chassis node. The chassis node serves as a bidirectional conduit for both information and control. Several sensors that in Multiplex Electrical version 1 and 2 were connected to the CECU (ICU far version 1) are now connected to the chassis node, These include: + Ammeter + Auxiliary Transmission Oil Temperature + Axle Temperature, Rear + Axle Temperature, Front + Axle Temperature, Center / Steer + Back Up Switch + General Oil Temperature + Fuel Filter Restriction + PTO Oil Temperature + Transfer Case Oil Temperature The inputs, usually a variable voltage, from these sensors are fed into the chassis node where the information is them processed into data and sent to the CECU by way of the CAN (Controller Area Network) data bus. In addition to receiving and processing sensor data, the chassis node also Controls the operation of relays that power several electrical subsystems. These include: + Back Up Alarm + Fog Lamps + Stop Lights + Trailer Turn Signals + Tum Signals + Windshield Washer The information sent from the sensors attached to the chassis node is sent to the CECU, processed, and where appropriate returned to the chassis in the form of commands related to the outputs controlled by the chassis node. The design and manufacture of the chassis node is such that itis delivered to the plant or dealership without configuration parameters loaded into it Upon the first power cycle of the system the CECU downloads the appropriate configuration parameters so that the chassis node can setup its VO correctly. Depending on the software configuration of the CECU, these parameters may be different than other trucks and unique to the specific requirements of the truck being assembled. Once the chassis node has received its configuration parameters, it stores them in tlash memory permanently and does nat require any additional downloads fram the CECU. This is a one time event and once complete the chassis node can be removed and reinstalled without the need of a power cycle. i NOTE When replacing a chassis node, disconnect the batteries and do not reconnect them until the new node installation and all wiring connections are complete. A new chassis node and the CECU need to be powered up simultaneously during the node's first power cycle; otherwise a fault on the Multi-Function Display (Kenworth) or Driver Information Display (Peterbilt) will indicate that the CECU is not recognizing the proper communication witn the chassis node The problem occurs when the CECU and chassis node are not pawered up simultaneously during the first power cycle. This may happen for a Variety of reasons which include; missing chassis nade, missing fuses, hamessing nat connected, etc. Ifthe CECU recognizes that the chassis node is not communicating as expected, it will trigger a fault in the Multi-Function Display (Kenwarth) or Driver Information Display (Peterbilt). Cycling the ignition will not correct this problem since the parameter file is only transmitted to the chassis Node after a complete battery power cycle Perform a complete battery power cycle by cycling battery power directly at the batteries. Battery power should be removed from the system for at least 30 seconds during the power cycle so that all electrical devices completely discharge and are truly powered down 5-8 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual Chassis Node Connector Identification There are three 21-pin electrical connectors that plug into the Chassis Node. + Connector A - 21 pins + Connector B - 21 pins + Connector ¢ - 21 pins chassis Node Figure For an illustration of the side view of a Chassis Nade showing where the hamess connectors attach into the control unit, see Chassis Node Figure. This figure identities connector position on the control unit as well as individual connector pin locations. For connector face views at the harness connectors that plug into the Chassis Node, see Chassis Node Connector Face Views Figure chassis Node Connector Face Views @ 19 di'eanosan C= seeseses @ 2G 7 db'eaesens CF seseses 19 21 P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 5-9 Electrical System Service Manual Chassis Node Comparison Chat - (Pinout) Conn [Pin Number Cireuit Funation © 1 [Analog return ‘Conn [Pin Number Cireait Funetion 2 [epare ouput a 7__[Leftheadlamp low beam output WA) 3 [Spare ouput 2 [Power ignition input “4 [Transfer case ol temperature input 3 [Grouna’ 5 [Spare ouput “4 [Batery power 6 [spare ouput 5 __|Newtal snitch input 7 [PTO wit temperature input 6 [Fuel tevelt input 2 ]Spare output 7 [Right headlamp Nigh beam ouput 2 [Spare eviut [Backup switch input 10__|Rea axle temperature input 2 [Fuel tevel2 input 1 [Spare output 10_[Maiker tap relay contol ouput Ta [pave output [Spare digital input 13 [Fiont ave temperature pat 72 [Spare analog input 14 [Spare ouput 13 [Left heaclamp high beam avut 15 [eatiey powers 14 [eserves 16__|Centeisteer axe temperature input 15 | Spare analog input 17 [Windshield washer pump contol output 16 [Battery power 2 16__| Secondary fog lamp relay contol output 17 |tuesewves) 10__[Battery power 7a__|F-CAN igh 20 [Right tun waier ouput 10 [Right neaatamp iw beam ovipak WH) 21 [Badeup alarm contol output 20 [eserves 21 |F-CAN tow 3 1 [Battery power 2 [Right tunstop rear output Tractor) 3 [Power supply +8V sensors 4 |Letturn tontside ouput [Fuel ter resticion input (6 [Transmssion oitemperature- ausiany input 7 [Rian wn fromiside output [Spare analog input 2 [Genera oil temperature input 70 [Battery power 4 ‘1___[Spare analog input 12___[Spare analog input 13 [Le tuinstop rear output 14__|Spare analog input 16 [vingog amps out 16 [Let tun valer output 17 [Ammeter input 1a__[Battery power-7 10 __[Batery poner 20 |Leftun fonORL ouput 21 [Right umn ondDRL output 5-10 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual i Specifications Parameter Part Numbers... .. . . . 7-2 PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 7-4 Electrical System Service Manual Parameter Part Numbers CECU Parameters Parameters are used to identify to the CECU what features are present on a vehicle. The parameters can be altered by a dealer to enable, disable, or assign certain functionality to that feature Parameter part numbers are searchable in ECAT and allow a dealer to determine what parameters were set at the factory. Also, if adding a new feature to a vehicle, the corresponding parameter needs to be programmed to the CECU and enabled CECU Parameter Parameter | Min. | Max Part Number Deseristion | vaue | value Explanation [aa0-7076-000 [ABS instatiea (0 | 1 [Parameter contol DTC's related te ABS system, valve /Dis abled means ABS i not installed and DTC's ate disabled valve Enabled means ABS i installed and DTC's ate enabled. jaa0 7016007 [afer Treatment [1 [Parameter & used to allow information fom the engine to tun on the Regeneration tetas fr the high exhaust temperature (emission system temperature) Function and regeneration fe value (Disabled means not allow cluster to display DPF and HEST tltales on cluster. Value 1HEnabled means allow cluster to display DPF and HEST teltales on eustr. [eae 1016002 [ar insta © [7 Curent har no effect on functionally, Parameter wil be wed fo determine tne presence of tacton contol Value O/Dicabled means ATC i not installed valve Enabled means ATC i installed [eae 1016008 IRetarder Range Map| 0 | 4 _ [Parameter s used to define the engine bake level Value 1 means engine brake switches have tuo braking levels O%, 100%. valve 2 means engine brake switches have tves braking levels O%, 60%, 00%. value 3 means engine brake switches have four braking leves 0%, 334, loess, 100%. value 4 means engine brake switches have tves braking levels O%, 23%, low. jaa0 7016-000 [ciatch Switch Presere] 1 | 1 [Parameter & ured to determine #the ckith awitch © connected to the cecu valve O/Dis abled means clutch swt fe not installed (@ has an automatic lransmizsion o is hardhived to engine) Value 1/Enabled means clutch switch & installed (R has a manual transmission and is wited tothe contol unt. [aso 7016005 [Graze Control Set] 0 | 1 [Parameters usedte define the cuise control setresume switch funcional [switch Accel or Decel value O/Dis abled means set switch f used for accelerate, and resume snitch is used for decelerate, Value Enabled means set switch i used for decelerate, and resume snitch is used for accelerate [aa0 1016008 [Gnaise Contat [1 [Parameters used to determine ¥ euize contol instaled and contol the Present cruise contol messages tothe engine. value O/Disabled means cruise contol switches are not installed, valve Enabled means crise contol swtches are installed PACCAR PM819003/KM8 15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual CECU Parameter Parameter | Min | Wax Part Number Description | Value | vatue Eelanation [aso 1016-007 [oak Alarm Avaiabie| 0 | 1 [Parameter uredto determine #the alarm lock wil be daplayed on the Mut Function Display. |vaiue ODieabled means Alaim Clock isnot avaliable in Multi-Function Disp. [valve 1/Enabled means Alatm Clock is available in Muti Function Dipl jaa 101s 008 ios Avaable | 1 [Parameter i used to determine # the clock will be dsplayed on the Mut Function Display. |vaiue Disabled means Clodk is not availabe in Mul-Functon Display [valve Enabled means Clock available in Mut-Function Display jaan 101s 008 Diagnostics Avaiabie| 0 | 1 [Parameter & ured to determine # the diagnostics willbe displayed on the Mus Function Display. |valueorDisabled means Diagnostics not available in MutiFunction Display |value 1/Enabled means Diagnostics available in Muti Function Display jaa 101s 010 Ignition Timer © | 1 [Parameter i used to determine the ignition timer willbe displayed on avaiable [he Mut Function Display. |Value Disabled means Igntion Timer not availabe in Muti Function Display. [value 1/Enabled means Ignition Timer is available in Mut-Function Display jasaioieoT [Languages Avaiabie | © | 1 [Parameter & used to determine other languages are avaiable on the Mut Function Display. |vaiue orDisabled means Language selection is not avaiable in Mut Function Display. |value 1HEnabled means Language selection & avaiable in Mult-Functon bispiay aaa oso FRPMDetai Available | 0 | 1 [Parameter & ured to determine #the RPM information willbe daplayed on lhe Mut Function Display. |vaiue Disabled means RPM information is not available in Mul Function Disp. |value 1/Enabled means RPM information is avaiable in Mult Function bispiay jaaa ios 018 Tip Economy © | 1 [Parameter weed te determine #the tip economy information wil be lavaianle |ssplayed on the Mut: Function Display. |value Disabled means Tip Economy i not available in Mult Function Disp. [Value 1fEnabled means Tip Economy is available in Mul Function Display jasa wie or Fp nformation © | 1 [Parameter i used to determine ithe tip information will be dsplayed on lavaianle [he Mut Function Display. |vaiue Disabled means Tip Information is not available in Multi-Function Disp. |value tHEnabled means Tip Information is available in Multi-Function bispiay jaan iors 016 Truck Information | 0 | 1 [Parameter & ured to determine #the tuck information willbe displayed on lavaiaole [he Mut Function Display. |vaiue Oi abled means Truck Information not available in Mul Function Disp. |vaiue 1/Enabled means Truck Information is avaiable in Mut Function [bis PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 7-3 Electrical System Service Manual CECU Parameter Parameter] Mn. | Nex Seplanation Part Number Description | Vatue | Value joao 7015-076 Mati unetion (0 | 1 [Parameters used to contol the soraling in Muth Function Déplay. Display Menus Valu ODis abled means thatthe menu willstop when reaches the top or wraparound ine botom ofthe lstwhen scrating [Value ‘Enabled means thatthe menu wil wrap around when @ reaches the top or the botom ofthe Kstihen serling joao 1016-077 [Dome Lame © | 1 [Parameter used to determine ithe dome lamps are corvoled by the lconsoted By Door csiverpassenger) door Value Oris abled means the door doesnot contolthe dome lamps Value Enabled means the door does contol the dome lamps. joao 101e-078 [Dome Lamp Delay | 0 | 1 [Parameters usedto determine fthe dome lamp delays turing of afer Present ine doors closed Value Oris abled means there & no delay before the dome lamp tuns of Value Enabled means there i a delay before the dome lamp tuns off joao 1016-070 [Dome Lamp Dimming] 0 | 1 [Parameters used to determine ithe dome lamp dims out slowly afer the Present door i closed Valu Oris abled means dome lamp tuns off quickly afer the doors closed and delay enabled [Value 1/Enabied means dome lamp dims out sion after the door i closed and dela i enabled joao 1016-020 [Air Fiter Reswicion | 0 | 1 [Parameter contots the funcfonaliy(ouipt on GVSG bus and DTOS) of Joauge installed the ai fterrestiton gauge. Value Disabled means Ai Fite Resbicion Gauge & nat installed Value Enabled means Ai Fikes Restction Gauge i installed joao 1016-021 [Alison Transmasion | © | 1 _ [Parameter contot the functional (output on OVSG bus and DT@s) ofthe Hempersture Gauge alison tansmission temperature oauve installa [Value ODisabied means Alison Transmission Temperature Gauge snot instate [Value Enabled means Alison Transmission Temperature Gauge & instate. joao 1ore-0z2 JAmmeter Gauge | © | 1 [Parameter contol the funcfonaliy(ouipt on GVSG bus and DTS) of installa tne ammeter gauge. Value Disabled means Ammeter Gauge & nat installed Value VEnabied means Ammeter Gauge é installed joao 1ore-023 Jawnaiany © | 1 [Parameter contot the functional output on OVSG bus and DTCs) ofthe Hransmssion auxiiary tansmission temperature gauge Lrempersture Gauge Value Disabled means Auxiiay Transmission Temperatures notinstaled Insta Value ‘Enabled means Auxiaty tansmésion Temperature & installed joao 1o1e-028 [asie Temperature | © | 1 [Parameter contot the fnctonay (output on OVSG bus and DTC's) ofthe Front Gauge Installed font ase temperature gauge installed Value Disabled means Axle Temperature Front Gauge i not installed Value Enabled means Axle Temperature Front Gauge i installed joao 1016-025 [ase Temperature | © | 1 [Parameter contot the functional output on OVSG bus and DTC's) ofthe Rear Gauge Instaled rear axe temperature gauge Value Disabled means Axle Temperature Rear Gauge isnot installed Value Enabled means Ave Temperature Rear Gauge s installed 1-4 PACCAR PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual CECU Parameter Parameter] Mn. | Wax Pat Number Description | Value | value Eetnation [a80-7016-028 Jace Temperature | 0 | 1 [Parameter conti the funaonaly (ouput on GVSG bus and DTOs) of Centevsteer Gauge ne center ate temperature gauge Instates |value Disabled means Axle Temperature CenelSteer Gauge isnot insted value Enabled means Ale Temperature Center/Steer Gauge i installed [a80- 1016027 Brake Apoted © | 1 [Parameter conto the functonalty (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) ofthe Pressure Gauge brake apotcaton pressure gauge nstates value 1Disabed means Brake Applied Pressure Gauge & netinstaled. value Enabled means Brake Applied Pressure Gauge & installed. [a80- 1016028 Brakesaver Of © | 1 [Parameter contots the functonalty (ouput on CVSG bus and DTCs) ofthe Temperature Gauge brakesaver ol temperature gauge nstaed |vatve ois abled means Srakesaver Oil Temperature Gauge i not installed vate 1/Enable means Srakesaver Oil Temperature Gauge & installed. ja80- 1016020 Engine Coolant © | 1 [Parameter contots the funcionalty (ouput on CVSG bus and DTC's) ofthe Temperature Gauge Jenaine coolant temperature gauge. nstaed |vatue ois abled means Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge’ notinsales value Enabled means Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge is installed. ja80-1016030 Engine Manifold © | 1 [Parameter conto: the functionality (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) of Pressure (Turbo the manfold pressure gauge Boos Gauge |vatue orbs abied means Manifold Pressure Gauge snot instaled nstated value Enabled means Manifold Pressure Gauge is installed. jaso- 1016033 Engine Oi Pressure | 0 | 1 [Parameter conto the functonalty (output on CVSG bus and DTOs) of the J auge installed Jenaine oi pressure gauge. |value 01D abled means Engine OW Pressure Gauge & not installed value Enabled means Engine Oi Pressure Gauge & installed. jas0- 1016052 Engine Of © | 1 [Parameter conto: the functionality (output on OVSG bus and DTCs) of Temperature Gauge line engine oil temperature gauge nstaed [value ois abled means Engine Oi Temperature Gauge is notinstaed value Enabled means Engine Oil Temperature Gauge & installed [a80- 1016058 Exhaust Temperature | 0 | 1 _ [Parameter conto the functonalty (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) of the Joauge (Pyrometer) exhaust temperature gauge nstates |vatve Disabled means Exhaust Temperature Gauge i not installed, valve 1/Enable means Exhaust Temperature Gauge & installed fas0- 1016034 Fuel Deivery © | 1 Wave 070i aed means Fuel Delivery Pressure Gauge & not insaled Pressure Gauge |vatve 1/Enable means Fuel Devery Pressure Gauge & installed insted [a80- 1016035 Fuel Fiter Resvicion | 0 | 1 _ [Parameter contol the funclonalty (ouput on GVSG bus and DTOs) ofthe J auge installed fue restriction gauge |vatue OD abied means Fuel Fier Resticion Gauge i not installed, value Enabled means Fuel Fiter Resticion Gauge i insted. [a80-1016036 foeneral OF © | 1 [Parameter conto the functonaity (output on CVSG bus and DTCs) of Temperature Gauge ne aenera of temperature gauge nstaed |vatue Orbs abled means Genera 02 Temperature Gauge isnot installed value Enabled means General Oil Temperature Gauge is installed ja80- 1016057 FrimanyAr Pressure | 0 | 1 [Parameter contol the functionality (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) of he J auge installed primary air pressure gauge [value 01D abled means Primary Air Pressure Gauge is notinstalled Value Enabled means Primary Ar Pressure Gauge i installed PM819003/KM815056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 7-5 Electrical System Service Manual ECU Parameter Parameter | Min. | Max Explanation Part Number Descrigtion | vatue | value [eae 70716.038 [Primary Fuel Level | 0 | 1 [Parameter contol the functionalty (outpat on OVSG bus and DTC) of Joauge instated the primary ful level gauge Value o/Disabled means Primary Fuel Level Gauge i not installed value Enabled means Primary Fuel Level Gauge i installed fase 1016030 IPTO Oi Temperature] 0 | 1 |ValveO/DSabled means gauge & not installed leauge instated valve Venable means gauge i installed laao- 10100 [Secondary Ar (© | 1 Parameter contols the functionality (output on GVSG bus and DTOS) of Pressure Gauge lhe secondary air pressure gauge. nstated value o/Disabled means Secondary Air Pressure Gauge isnot installed, value Enabled means Secondary At Pressure Gauge instaled laao-v01e0a7 [Secondary FuelLavel] 0 | 1 [Parameter controls the functionalty (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) ofthe leauge instated |secondary fuel level gauge value /Disabled means Secondary Fuel Level Gauge isnot installed, value Enabled means Secondary Fuel Level Gauge 6 installed joao v01e0a Firanster Case Ov | 0 | 1 [Parameter contrat the functionalty (output on CVSG bus and DTCs) ofthe Hremperature Gauge ltanster ease olltemperature gauge nstated Value O/Disabled means Transfer Case Oil Temperature Gauge isnot instal value Enabled means Transfer Case Oil Temperature Gauge & installed laao-v01e0a Hiransmizion (© | 1 _ Parameter contols the functonalty (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) of Hremperature Gauge the transmission temperature gauge. nstated Value /Disabled means Transmission Temperature Gauge isnot installed, value Enabled means Transmission Temperature Gauge i installed joao 1016-048 JWotmeter Gauge | 0 | 1 [Parameter eontots the functionalty (output on CVSG bus and DTC's) of nstateg tne votmeter gauge value O/Dis abled means Votimeter Gauge isnot installed valve Enabled means Vokmeter Gauge i installed jase v01e0a5 lEngine Retarder 0 | 1 [Parameters used to determine the engine brake switch & instaled Present Value O/Disabled means engine brake switches are not installed value Enabled means engine brake switches are installed [eae 1016045 [Engine Make © [2 [Parameters usedto determine what ype of engine & installed value © means the tuck is equipped with CAT engine. Value 1 means the tuck is equipped with CUMMINS engine. value 2 means the tuck is equipped with PACCAR engine. laao 1016047 JEngine Fan Overide | 0 | 1 [Parameter s used to determine ifthe fan ovevide switch & installed Present Value o/Disabled means engine fan overide switch isnot installed value Enabled means engine fan ovetide switch i installed fase 1016048 [Gear Display Present] 0 | 1 [Parameter i used to determine the presence of gear display on the Mut Function Display. value Disabled means Gear Display functionality & not available in Mut Function Display. value 1tEnabled means Gear Display functionality i avaiable in Mut Function Display. jaa0 1016060 Headlamp Warning | 0 | 1 [Parameter contol "headlamp leon warning Present value O/Dis abled means an alarm will not soundwhen the fights are on, the key off and the diver door & open Value 1/Enabled means an alarm il sound when the Fights are on, key of andthe diver doot i open. PACCAR PM819003/KM8 15056 (09/16/2011) Electrical System Service Manual CECU Parameter Parameter | Min | Wax Part Number Description | value | vatue Eelanation jaa 016081 [Ehange Distance | 0 | 1 [Parameter contol whether or not the operator can change the unds in unas the ctster |value /Disabled means the operator cannot change the unis inthe cluster. |value 1/Enabled means the operator ean change the uns inthe cluster jaa 101s 082 [chrter SackightDay| 0 | 256 [Parameters uredto set the intensity ofthe backlighting forthe cluster when value fhe Eghts are not on |vaiue 0 means minimum ikimination. [valve 265 means maximum mination jaa 1018088 JEVSG Backight Day | 0 | 127 [Parameter & used to set the intensity of the baailighing forthe gauges value Jhen the tights are not on |vaiue @ means minimum ilumination. [value 127 means maximum mination jaso wie 064 Dash Gaccight Day | 0 | 256 [Parameter & used to setthe intensity ofthe basiightng forthe entre dash value Jhen the tights are not on |value 0 means minimum ilumination. [valve 265 means maximum uminaton jaa 1018086 [Dash Dim Wath Dome] 0 | 1 [Parameter & used to determine ithe dash badlghting should dim #the Ligne dome ight is on |vaiue OfDis abled means the functionality is disabled [value Enabled means the functional ic enabled jaan 1018 086 Det matrx Backight | 0 | 256 [Parameter & used to set the intensy ofthe backlighting forthe Day Value Mutt Function Display when the lights are not on |vaiue O means minimum ilumination. [valve 265 means maximum tminaton jasa 1018057 [crter LED Baasighe] 0 | 256 [Parameter is used to setthe intensity of he backlighting for the Liquid Crystal Day Value Display inthe Tachometer and Speedometer when the fights are not on. |vaiue 0 means minimum ikumination. [valve 265 means maximum mination jaa 1016 088 Franster Case © | 1 [Parameters used to determine which ype oftansfer cape temperature Temperature Sensot lsensor is installed forthe transfer case temperature gauge. This determines Type tne input range |vaiue O means Transfer Case Temperature Sensor Type= Delphi |value 1 means Transfer Case Temperature Sensor Type= Siemens (or Icontinentan, jasa 1018 050 Pai Brake Symbolln] 0 | 4 [Parameter & usedto determine #the pai brave symbol avaliable onthe Indication Bar indicator ba located on the RH side ofthe Mult-Function Display |value Disabled means pat brake symbol ll not be displayed [value 1/Enabled means pask brake symbol il be displayed jaa 1016 080 PTO ContriPresent | 0 | 1 [Parameter & used to determine the presence of PTO contol (Far |CUMMINS engine, defauk value & 1- Cruise Contra! PTO idle bump), |vaiue ois abled means PTO Contolfunctionalty is disabled [value ‘Enabled means PTO Control functionality is enabled P81 9003/KMe15056 (09/16/2011) PACCAR 7