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VOLVO/MACK ABBREVIATION/ACRONYM AP AP Sensor APP Aftertreatment Aftertreatment DEF Aftertreatment DEF Air Solenoid Aftertreatment DEF Dosing Valve

Aftertreatment DEF Heater Aftertreatment DEF Heater Relay Aftertreatment DEF Line Heater Aftertreatment DEF Line Heater State Aftertreatment DEF Requested Quantity for Integrator Aftertreatment DEF Tank Aftertreatment DEF Tank Level Aftertreatment DEF Tank Level Sensor Aftertreatment DEF Tank Temperature Aftertreatment DEF Tank Heater Aftertreatment DEF Tank Level Aftertreatment DEF Tank Temperature Aftertreatment DEF Tank 2 Heater Aftertreatment DEF Tank 2 Level Aftertreatment DEF Tank 2 Temperature Aftertreatment DEF Pump Drive Percentage Aftertreatment DEF Pump Motor Speed Aftertreatment DEF Return Valve Aftertreatment DEF Dosing Unit Input Lines Aftertreatment DEF Dosing Absolute Pressure Aftertreatment DEF Dosing Requested Quantity Aftertreatment DEF Dosing Temperature Afterteatment DEF Regeneration Status Aftertreatment DEF Requested Quantity for Integrator Aftertreatment DOC Aftertreatment DOC Differential Pressure Aftertreatment DOC Intake Pressure Aftertreatment DOC Intake Temperature Aftertreatment DOC Outlet Pressure Aftertreatment DOC Outlet Temperature Aftertreatment DPF Aftertreatment DPF, core Aftertreatment DPF, exch Aftertreatment DPF, Ash Fill Aftertreatment DPF Air Enable Actuator Aftertreatment DPF Air Pressure Control Actuator Aftertreatment DPF Atomization Air Actuator Aftertreatment DPF Differential Pressure Aftertreatment DPF Intake Pressure Aftertreatment DPF Intake Temperature Aftertreatment DPF Intermediate Gas Temperature Aftertreatment DPF Outlet Pressure Aftertreatment DPF Outlet Temperature Aftertreatment DPF Outlet Temperature Sensor Aftertreatment DPF Regeneration Aftertreatment DPF Soot Load Aftertreatment Doser Aftertreatment EGT Aftertreatment FDA Aftertreatment Fuel Pressure Aftertreatment Fuel Pressure Control Actuator Aftertreatment Fuel Shutoff Valve Aftertreatment High Exhaust System Temperature Lamp Aftertreatment Ignition Coil Secondary Output Aftertreatment Intake NOx Aftertreatment Outlet NOx Aftertreatment NAC Intake Pressure Aftertreatment NAC Intake Temperature

DEFFINITION Foot operated device used to control the engine speed by adjusting the Fuel to Air mixture going into the engine. Sensor that is operated by the position of the accelerator pedal. Used to determine the pedal position as it relates to engine air and fuel requirements at the Engine Control Module. Exhaust gas treatment system used to reduce overall engine emission levels. A type of reagent that is used in some forms of diesel engine exhaust aftertreatment. Air solenoid used to control the amount of reagent being introduced. The dosing valve that injects diesel exhaust fluid in the selective catalytic reduction aftertreatment system. Heater used to prevent freezing of the selective catalytic reduction diesel exhaust fluid. The relay that controls the heater for the catalytic fluid. The diesel exhaust fluid line heater request for the aftertreatment system. The diesel exhaust fluid line heater state for the aftertreatment system. Represents the command for the reducing agent quantity integrator in the dosing control unit. Tank used to store the selective catalytic reduction diesel exhaust fluid aftertreatment diesel oxidation catalyst reagent. Level of catalytic fluid that is in the feed tank. Sensor that reads the level of catalytic fluid in the feed tank. Temperature of the tank containing the catalyst reagent. Selective catalytic reduction diesel exhaust fluid. The diesel exhaust fluid tank heater percentage for the aftertreatment system. The diesel exhaust fluid tank level percentage for the aftertreatment system. The diesel exhaust fluid tank temperature for the aftertreatment system. The diesel exhaust fluid tank 2 heater percentage for the aftertreatment system. Tank 2 is used as a quick thaw diesel exhaust fluid tank. The diesel exhaust fluid tank level percentage for the aftertreatment system. Tank 2 is used as a quick thaw diesel exhaust fluid tank. The diesel exhaust fluid tank temperature for the aftertreatment system. Tank 2 is used as a quick thaw diesel exhaust fluid tank. Pressure difference across the aftertreatment diesel oxidation catalyst. Rotational speed of the motor driving a pump for diesel exhaust fluid used in an aftertreatment system. Command to the valve which determines whether the diesel exhaust fluid is delivered to the injector or is routed back to the diesel exhaust fluid tank. The catalyst dosing unit is a device that mixes the catalyst diesel exhaust fluid and air, such that it contains an input line from the air tank and an input line from the catalyst diesel exhaust fluid tank. The SCR dosing diesel exhaust fluid absolute pressure (measured closest to dosing valve) for the aftertreatment system. Actual requested dosing quantity of catalyst diesel exhaust fluid. The SCR dosing diesel exhaust fluid temperature (measured closest to dosing valve) for the aftertreatment system Represents the command for the reducing agent quantity integrator in the dosing control unit. Device used in a chemical reaction to detect, measure, examine, or produce other substances. Pressure difference across the aftertreatment diesel oxidation catalyst. Pressure of the gas entering the diesel oxidation catalyst. Temperature of the gas entering the diesel oxidation catalyst. Pressure of the gas exiting the diesel oxidation catalyst. Temperature of the gas exiting the diesel oxidation catalyst. Device used to capture soot as it is burned in the exhaust system Core Exchange Percentage of ash contained in the aftertreatment diesel particulate filter.

Pressure difference across the aftertreatment particulate diesel particulate filter Pressure of the gas entering the diesel particulate filter mid-temperature sensor Temperature of engine combustion byproducts at a mid-point in the diesel particulate filter. Pressure of the gas exiting the diesel particulate filter. Temperature of the gas exiting the diesel particulate filter. Sensor that measures the temperature of the gas exiting the diesel particulate filter. Event used to clean the aftertrtreatment diesel particulate filter. Percentage of soot contained in the aftertreatment diesel particulate filter. Component that introduces a fluid into the aftertreatment system. The reading from the exhaust gas temperature sensor located farthest upstream in the aftertreatment system A device that can be used to allow fuel supplied to the aftertreatment system to drain back to the fuel tank. Fuel pressure found in the aftertreatment system Component used to restrict or stop the flow of a liquid to the aftertreatment system. Lamp used to indicate that a condition has caused the aftertreatment exhaust system temperature to increase above normal operating temperatures. High voltage side of the ignition coil (lower current) of the aftertreatment ignition.

Pressure of the gas entering the Nox adsorber catalyst Temperature of the gas entering the Nox adsorber catalyst.

Aftertreatment NAC Outlet Pressure Aftertreatment NAC Outlet Temperature Aftertreatment SCR Conversion Efficiency Aftertreatment SCR Dosing Air Assist Absolute Pressure Aftertreatment SCR Dosing Air Assist Valve Aftertreatment SCR Dosing Unit Aftertreatment SCR Exhaust Gas Differential Pressure Aftertreatment SCR Intake Pressure Aftertreatment SCR Intake Temperature Aftertreatment SCR Outlet Pressure Aftertreatment SCR Outlet Temperature Aftertreatment Warm Up DOC Aftertreatment Warm Up DOC Intake Pressure Aftertreatment Warm Up DOC Intake Temperature Aftertreatment Warm Up DOC Outlet Pressure Aftertreatment Warm Up DOC Outlet Temperature Aftertreatment Warm Up TWC Air Cleaner Air Cleaner Element Air Cleaner Housing Air Cleaner Housing Cover Air Cleaner Differential Pressure AFR AFR Control AWL AAT AAT Gauge Kit A/T A/T BARO BPP LOAD CMP Sensor CMP Sensor CAC CAC hose CAC pipe CAC, core CAC, exch CTP CCS Cold Mode Compression Ratio CP Sensor CCB CCP CKP CKP Sensor DLC DCC DCU DTM Switch DTC DFI DRIVER EEPROM ECC ECM ECU

Pressure of the gas exiting the Nox adsorber catalyst Temperature of the gas exiting the Nox adsorber catalyst. The SCR dosing system air assist absolute pressure for the aftertreatment system. The air assist system is used to improve the dosed diesel exhaust fluid atomization. The position of the valve used to regulate the air supply of an air assist SCR dosing system for an engine. A device that mixes the catalyst diesel exhaust fluid and air, and delivers a metered quantity of this mixture to the exhaust stream. Exhaust differential pressure measured between the Intake and outlet of an SCR system. Pressure of the gas entering the selective catalytic reduction. Temperature of the gas entering the selective catalytic reduction. Pressure of the gas exiting the selective catalytic reduction. Temperature of the gas exiting the selective catalytic reduction. A catalyst system designed to lower HC an CO emissions during engine warm up. Usually located in or near the exhaust manifold. Pressure of the gas entering the warm up diesel oxidation catalyst. Temperature of the gas entering the warm up diesel oxidation catalyst. Pressure of the gas exiting the warm up diesel oxidation catalyst. Temperature of the gas exiting the warm up diesel oxidation catalyst. A catalyst system designed to lower HC, CO and NOx emissions during engine warm up. Usually located in or near the exhaust manifold. A device used in the intake system of parts that require clean air. An air cleaner usually has a filter in it to trap particulates and only pass clean air through. The Filter that is used to trap small particulates allowing only the cleaned air to pass through. The Filter housing is the container housing the Air Cleaner Element and is used to direct clean air into the air intake. The Filter cover allows access to the filter element. A delta pressure between dirty and clean side of air cleaner. The ratio of quantity of air to the quantity of fuel in order to have complete fuel combustion. A system which monitors air and fuel mass flows and constantly changes the mixture based on power demand and operating conditions. An air/fuel ratio control system has many operating modes. One specific mode is smoke puff limiter (SPL). This lamp is used to relay trouble code information that is reporting a problem with the vehicle system but the vehicle need not be immediately stopped. Surroundings. For instance, ambient temperature is the temperature of the surroundings as compared to the temperature of the engine coolant. A gauge installation kit allowing the Ambient Air Temperature Gauge to be installed to the vehicle. A device consisting of a transmission and axle drive gears assembled in the same case. A device which selectively increases or decreases the ratio of relative rotation between its input and output shafts. The pressure of the surrounding air at any given temperature and altitude. Sometimes called Barometric Pressure. Position of the brake pedal as it relates to the engine control module and the stop lamps. Percent of engine capacity being used. Position sensor on the camshaft Position sensor on the camshaft A device which lowers the temperature of the pressurized intake air. Flexible component tube, part of the charge air system. Non-flexible tube part of the charge air system. Rebuild able part of the charge air cooler that is exchanged for a remanufactured part. Remanufactured core of the charge air cooler. A confirmation signal from the throttle valve assembly indicating that it is at the closed position. See Glossary Entry "THROTTLE". A device that controls the coast clutch valve. An operating mode that is associated with running an engine at a temperature that is below the normal engine operating temperature. The ratio of the volume in a cylinder at bottom dead center to the volume in the cylinder at top dead center. The pressure of the coolant used to cool the engine. A path through which the crankcase can vent to the air surrounding the engine. The sensor that reads the pressure of the air trapped in the cavity where the crankshaft and connecting rods are located. Position sensor on the flywheel Position sensor on the flywheel Connector(s) used to link ECM to network - (For reference to diagnostic connectors - see Diagnostic Connector, Cab or Diagnostic Connector, Underhood). An in cab connector used by Scan Tool or similar device An underhood connector used by a Scan Tool or similar device. A level of diagnostic capability in an On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) system. May include different function states to observe signals, read diagnostic trouble codes, monitor signal levels, control on/off board aid and interface with remotes. Fault codes generated by the PCM Fuel injection system that supplies fuel directly into the combustion chamber. Circuitry in an ECM used to produce an output signal to a connected device (e.g., actuator, lamp, buzzer, etc.). An electronic device named electrically erasable programmable read only memory. An alpha/numeric code which is used to identify the calibration which has been programmed into an ECM's EEPROM. A self-contained electronic device used for "engine control". A self-contained electronic device used to control the electronic operation of other modules and devices on the vehicle.

EFC ECP ECM ECL ECL Sensor ECT ECT Sensor EFT EOL EOP EOT EOT Sensor EO Switch RPM ETA Engine Turbocharger Compressor Bypass Valve EPROM EBP EBP Regulator EGR EGR Temperature EGT ECM External Identification Plate FC FCC Flash EEPROM Flash EPROM Freeze Frame FI Pump FL Pump Fuel Pressure Fuel Pressure Absolute FP FS FT GMF Sensor Governor GND HO2 Sensor HI HIG Idle Il Switch IMS ISC IV Switch IFI IAP ICP IFP INJ INJ INJ Sleeve INJ, core INJ, exch INJ # IDM Injector Metering Rail Pressure INJ Plunger/Barrel INJ Solenoid INJ Solenoid # Injector Timing Rail Pressure I/M IA System IAH System IAH System IAT Intake Manifold Air Temperature IMP Internal ID

A fuel control system which modulates the fuel delivery to the engine based on driver demand plus other parameters, such as engine operating temperature, vehicle speed and transmission gear. Engine mounted identification plate containing mandated certification information. Electronic control unit for the engine The level of coolant in the radiator or coolant recovery tank. This is usually monitored by the engine control system as part of the engine monitoring system. Sensor used to measure Engine Coolant Level Temperature of the engine's coolant; normally a location of the temperature is specified, such as "engine out" or "radiator out". Sensor measuring temperature of the engine's coolant; normally a location of the temperature is specified, such as "engine out" or "radiator out". The temperature of the fuel before it enters the fuel pump, engine head assembly or gas metering valve. Static level of oil in an engine sump. Positive pressure in the engine's lubrication system. Temperature of engine lubricating oil; normally a location of the temperature is specified, such as "sump". Temperature of engine lubricating oil; normally a location of the temperature is specified, such as "sump". Engine RPM in excess of normal operating range. Number of Revolutions the crankshaft is turning per minute. A device that can be used to adjust timing of an engine. The recycling of air already compressed by the turbocharger back into the inlet side of the turbocharger. An electronic device named erasable programmable read only memory. Exhaust gas pressure in the exhaust system - typically checked ahead of the muffler. A device which can be used to regulate exhaust back pressure. Reducing NOx emissions levels by adding exhaust gas to the incoming air/fuel mixture. Exhaust gas temperature in EGR system that is used to reduce NOx emissions levels by adding exhaust gas to the incoming air/fuel mixture. Temperature of exhaust gas; typically at a specified location, such as before or after the turbocharger. Data plate on the ECM that may contain information such as ESN, electronic calibration code, ECM part number, etc.. Device that controls the operation of the cooling fan. Electronic components of the device that controls the operation of the cooling fan. An electronic device named flash electrically erasable programmable read only memory. An electronic device named flash electrically erasable programmable read only memory. A block of memory containing the vehicle operating conditions for a specific time. System that provides pressurized fuel to cylinder for combustion. Typically a function served by a pump. The mechanical or electrically operated pump will assist in providing low pressure fuel to the primary fuel pump. Often used in priming the system. The fuel pressure at a specified point in the system, such as in the fuel rail. The fuel pressure referenced to a perfect vacuum. A device for transferring fuel from one point to another in the fuel system. Typically would provide fuel to the injectors. A device that shuts off combustion fuel to the engine - generally used to shut down engine. A fuel correction term. Gas flow typically measured in units of pounds or Kilograms per minute. A device designed to automatically achieve, maintain, or limit a control parameter such as RPM, MPH, Water Pressure, Fuel Pressure or Oil Pressure. An electrical conductor used as a common return for an electric circuit(s) and with a relative zero potential. An oxygen sensor (O2S) that is electrically heated. Maximum speed of an engine at minimum torque. A speed limiting governor that operates when the engine RPM exceeds the governor break RPM. Between the governor break RPM and the high idle RPM, the available torque goes from maximum to minimum. Low, constant rotational speed of an engine. Electronic means to raise or lower engine idle speed. System used to describe method of compliance with ARB 1956.8(a)(6). Examples of this include Clean Idle, Auxiliary Power System (APS), Shutdown, or Exempt. A speed limiting governor that operates when the engine is at its minimum speed. A confirmation signal from the accelerator pedal that indicates that the pedal is not depressed. An injection system that supplies fuel into a combustion prechamber. (Diesel) Fuel pressure at which injection begins. Injection control pressure for hydraulically actuated injectors. Fuel pressure prior to injection. System that provides pressurized fuel to cylinder for combustion. System that provides pressurized fuel to cylinder for combustion. Part of the Cylinder Head t Rebuildable part of the fuel injector that is exchanged for a remanufactured part. Remanufactured core of the Fuel Injector. For identification purposes. A device that provides injector electrical signal. The operating pressure of the fuel in the common rail fuel system. Components of the injector. Electro-magnetic device that opens/closes fuel valve. For identification purposes. The operating pressure of the fuel in the common rail fuel system. An emission control program. Clean air used for combustion or scavenging. Device that heats intake air. Device that heats intake air. Air temperature between the air cleaner and the turbocharger or intake manifold. Air temperature inside the intake manifold. Charge air pressure inside the intake manifold. Data that goes into the Internal Identification Plate. Electronic version of the EIDP.

ECM Internal Identification Plate SAE J1587 Data Link SAE J1587 Data Link Negative SAE J1587 Data Link Positive SAE J1922 Data Link SAE J1939 Data Link SAE J1939 Data Link Negative SAE J1939 Data Link Positive SAE J1939 Data Link Shield KS MIL MAP MAF Non Volatile RAM OBD OSS Sensor O2S PID PNP Switch Dynamic PC Solenoid PROM PL PTO Oil Temperature PW PWM RFP Keep Alive RAM RATED SPEED ROM RSL RPM ST SS SPL SFP SFT SRT TCC TCC Pressure TCM TR Sensor TSS Sensor Turbocharger Variable Control Relay Module VSG VLS Vehicle Limiting Speed Governor VSS VREF VAF WCC

Electronic version of the EIDP - may also contain additional identification codes. SAE J1587 specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. SAE J1587 negative specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. SAE J1587 positive specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. SAE J1922 specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. SAE J1939 specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. SAE J1939 negative specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. IE: CAN L(underline L) SAE J1939 positive specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. IE: CAN H (underline H) SAE J1939 Shield specific physical media of the vehicle for serial data communication. IE: CAN SHLD The sensor that detects the sharp, metallic sound produced when two pressure fronts collide in the combustion chamber of an engine. A required on-board indicator to alert the driver of an emission related malfunction. The pressure referenced to a perfect vacuum as it is measured in the intake manifold. A system which provides information on the mass flow rate of the intake air to the engine. An electronic device named nonvolatile random access memory. A system that monitors some or all computer input and control signals. Signal(s) outside of the predetermined limits imply a fault in the system or a related system. Sensor that measures the speed of the shaft in a device that drives the next element in the powertrain. A sensor which detects oxygen (O2) content in the exhaust gases. Identifies an address in memory which contains vehicle operating information. A switch that indicates that the transmission is or is not in the Park/Neutral position. A means to direct and regulate a process or guide the operation of a pressure system. An electronic device named programmable read only memory. The protect lamp is used to report a problem that is most probably not electronic subsystem related. This could indicate reduced performance or potentially a mission-critical or mission-disabling situation, i.e., Coolant temp out of prescribed range. The temperature of the oil in the power take-off. Refers to duration at which a signal stays at a predetermined level. A rectangular wave with a variable on-off time. The operating pressure of the fuel in the common rail fuel system. An electronic device named random access memory RPM beyond which the high idle governor starts to reduce available torque. This point can be up to 50 RPM prior to governor break. An electronic device named read only memory. This lamp is used to relay trouble code information that is of a severe enough condition that it warrants stopping the engine. Measure of engine speed. A device that interfaces with and communicates information on a data link. A device that controls shifting in an automatic transmission. A system to reduce diesel exhaust smoke during vehicle acceleration or gear changes. SPL is a specific operating mode of air/fuel ratio control (AFRC). Fuel supply pressure prior to fuel pump or gas metering valve. Temperature of the fuel before it enters the fuel pump or gas metering valve. System readiness test as applicable to OBDII scan tool communication. A mechanical device which uses mechanical or friction type connections to facilitate engaging or disengaging of two halves or rotating members inside the transmissions torque converter. A positive pressure in a torque converter hydraulic circuit. A self-contained electronic device used to control the electronic operation of other modules and devices on the vehicle. The detent position of the transmission in a manual valve. Tells the gear selectors position for the start circuit. Sensor that monitors the speed of the Turbine Shaft Device that utilizes exhaust gas energy to compress intake air. A module that variably controls engine cooling fan speed, operates the A/C compressor clutch, and controls some of the non A/C function. A device which holds a constant speed independent of load. In the range between low idle and high idle the speed is determined by the accelerator pedal. See Glossary Entry "GOVERNOR". MPH to which VLSG will be controlling. A vehicle speed limiting device that operates when the vehicle has reached its vehicle limiting speed. See Glossary Entry "GOVERNOR". MPH to which VLSG will be controlling. A voltage supply that may be used for powering sensors. A system which provides information on the volume flow rate of the intake air to the engine. A valve used to allow exhaust gases to bypass the turbocharger in order to limit charge air pressure.

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