Detroit DDEC II Troubleshooting Manual & Wiring Diagram

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Covers: Detroit DDEC II Troubleshooting, 1988
Pages: 499
Format: PDF
File size: 151mb
Compatibility: Windows/Mac/Tablet
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This manual provides instructions for troubleshooting Detroit Electronic Controlled (DDEC) engines. Specifically covered in this manual are troubleshooting and repair steps that apply to the DDEC II systems.

Topics:

HOW TO USE THIS BOOK

BASIC KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

  • Electrical Circuits
  • Use of Digital Volt-Ohm Meter
  • Important Information
  • Explanation of Abbreviations/Terms
  • General Diagnostic Information

TESTING THE DDEC II SYSTEM

  • Tools Needed to Diagnose the System
  • Differences Between DDEC II and DDEC I
  • Reading the Diagnostic Codes
    • Active vs . Historical Codes
    • Using the ” Check Engine” Light
    • Using the Diagnostic Data Reader
  • Clearing Codes
  • EEPROM Reprogramming
  • Connector Checkout

TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS

  • The Diagnostic Procedure – Where to Start
  • Diagnostic Codes – What They Mean
  • Beginning Charts
    • Start First Chart for Diagnosis of DDEC II Using DDR
    • CEL First Chart for Diagnosis of DDEC II When No DDR is Available
  • Troubleshooting Charts
    • Chart 1 Intermittent Code Or Symptom And No Codes
    • Chart 2 Engine Cranks But Will Not Start
    • Chart 3 Poor Performance And No Codes
    • Chart 4 No “Check Engine” Light During Bulb Check
    • Chart 5 ” Check Engine ” Light Always On And Code 25 On DDR
    • Chart 6 ” Check Engine” Light Always On , No Data Link And Won ‘t Flash Codes
    • Chart 7 – No Data Link And Bulb Check Okay
    • Chart 8 – ” Stop Engine” Light Always On And Code 25 On DDR
    • Chart 9 – No ” Stop Engine ” Light During Bulb Check
    • Chart 10 – Stop Engine Override Inoperative
    • Chart 11 – Power Take-Off Speed Adjust Inoperative
    • Chart 12 – Cruise Control Inoperative
    • Chart 13 – ” Cruise Active” Light Always On
    • Chart 14 – “Cruise Active ” Light Never On
    • Chart 15 – Idle Shut-Down Feature Always On
    • Chart 16 – Idle Shut-Down Feature Inoperative
    • Chart 1 7 – Engine Brake Always Enabled
    • Chart 18 – Engine Brake Inoperative
    • Chart 19 – Power Control Input Inoperative (Throttle Inhibit and Auxiliary Engine Protection)
    • Chart 20 – Two Speed Governor Switch Inoperative
    • Chart 21 – Throttle Inhibit Always On
  • Diagnostic Code Charts
    • Code 11 – Power Take-Off Speed Adjust (PTOSA) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 12 – Power Take-Off Speed Adjust (PTOSA) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 13 – Coolant Level Sensor (CLS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 14 – Oil or Coolant Temperature Sensor (OTS or CTS) Signal Voltage High
      Code 15 – Oil or Coolant Temperature Sensor (OTS or CTS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 16 – Coolant Level Sensor (CLS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 21 – Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 22 – Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 23 – Fuel Temperature Sensor (FTS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 24 – Fuel Temperature Sensor (FTS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 25 – No Codes
    • Code 26 – Power Control Switch
    • Code 31 – Fault On Auxiliary Output
    • Code 32 – ECM Backup System Failure
    • Code 33 – Turbo Boost Sensor (TBS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 34 – Turbo Boost Sensor (TBS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 35 – Oil Pressure Sensor (OPS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 36 – Oil Pressure Sensor (OPS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 41 – Timing Reference Sensor (TRS)
    • Code 42 – Synchronous Reference Sensor (SRS)
    • Code 43 – Low Coolant
    • Code 44 – Oil or Coolant Overtemperature
    • Code 45 – Low Oil Pressure
    • Code 46 – Low Battery Voltage
    • Code 47 – Fuel Pressure Sensor (FPS) Signal Voltage High
    • Code 48 – Fuel Pressure Sensor (FPS) Signal Voltage Low
    • Code 51 – EEPROM Error
    • Code 52 – ECM-Analog to Digital Failure
    • Code 53 – EEPROM Failure Affecting Code Logging
    • Code 54 – Vehicle Speed Sensor
    • Code 55 – Proprietary Communication Link Failure
    • Code 56 – ECM – Analog to Digital Failure
    • Code 58 – Cruise Control Switches
    • Codes 6X (X= 1 to 8) – Injector Response Time Too Long
    • Codes 7X (X= 1 to 8) – Injector Response Time Too Short
    • Code 85 – Engine Overspeed
  • ENG5V – Engine Harness +5 Volt Supply
  • VEH5V – Vehicle Harness +5 Volt Supply
  • Wiring Diagram
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