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INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS AND SENDERS

H8.00-12.00XM (H170-280HD) [G007]; H13.00-16.00XM (H300-360HD) [F019]; H10.00-12.00XM-12EC (H360HD-EC) [F019]

PART NO. 1556871

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR


When lifting parts or assemblies, make sure all slings, chains, or cables are correctly fastened, and that the load being lifted is balanced. Make sure the crane, cables, and chains have the capacity to support the weight of the load. Do not lift heavy parts by hand, use a lifting mechanism. Wear safety glasses. DISCONNECT THE BATTERY CONNECTOR before doing any maintenance or repair on electric lift trucks. Disconnect the battery ground cable on internal combustion lift trucks. Always use correct blocks to prevent the unit from rolling or falling. See HOW TO PUT THE LIFT TRUCK ON BLOCKS in the Operating Manual or the Periodic Maintenance section. Keep the unit clean and the working area clean and orderly. Use the correct tools for the job. Keep the tools clean and in good condition. Always use HYSTER APPROVED parts when making repairs. Replacement parts must meet or exceed the specifications of the original equipment manufacturer. Make sure all nuts, bolts, snap rings, and other fastening devices are removed before using force to remove parts. Always fasten a DO NOT OPERATE tag to the controls of the unit when making repairs, or if the unit needs repairs. Be sure to follow the WARNING and CAUTION notes in the instructions. Gasoline, Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), and Diesel fuel are flammable. Be sure to follow the necessary safety precautions when handling these fuels and when working on these fuel systems. Batteries generate flammable gas when they are being charged. Keep fire and sparks away from the area. Make sure the area is well ventilated. NOTE: The following symbols and words indicate safety information in this manual:

WARNING
Indicates a condition that can cause immediate death or injury!

CAUTION
Indicates a condition that can cause property damage!

Instrument Panel Indicators and Senders

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
General ............................................................................................................................................................... Description ......................................................................................................................................................... General ........................................................................................................................................................... Instrument Panel Meters, Indicators, and LCD Display ............................................................................ Connector ....................................................................................................................................................... Seat Switch Logic ...................................................................................................................................... Central Warning Light Output................................................................................................................. Buzzer Output ........................................................................................................................................... Engine Shutdown Output ......................................................................................................................... Instrument Panel Component Replacement .................................................................................................... Instrument Panel........................................................................................................................................... Remove....................................................................................................................................................... Light ............................................................................................................................................................... Replace ....................................................................................................................................................... Sender Replacement .......................................................................................................................................... Fuel Level Sender .......................................................................................................................................... Pressure Sender............................................................................................................................................. Temperature Sender ...................................................................................................................................... Low Coolant Sender....................................................................................................................................... Vacuum Switch .............................................................................................................................................. Crankshaft Position Sensor .......................................................................................................................... Specifications...................................................................................................................................................... Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................................. This section is for the following models: H8.00-12.00XM (H170-280HD) [G007]; H13.00-16.00XM (H300-360HD) [F019]; H10.00-12.00XM-12EC (H360HD-EC) [F019] 1 1 1 1 7 8 8 8 8 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 16

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"THE QUALITY KEEPERS" HYSTER APPROVED PARTS

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Description

General
Meters provide information to the operator on the condition of various systems. Gauges may be either direct reading (mechanical) or indirect (electrical). Unlike mechanical gauges, electrical gauges have electrical meter movements, light emitting diodes (LEDs), or digital displays inside the case. These meters receive an electrical signal from a sender unit, usually in the engine or transmission case. This section only describes electrical meters, senders, and instrument panel displays. Meters and displays are used to provide operator information on the status of many systems, including engine oil pressure, fuel level, transmission oil pressure, engine coolant temperature, transmission oil temperature, and hour or fault code display. See Figure 1.

Description
GENERAL
Many meters have meter movements that move an indicating needle attached to a shaft (or pin). The shaft rotates to swing the needle. Shaft rotation of a meter is limited to less than one full revolution. Meter faces are calibrated to indicate a range of values. For examples of meter faces and indicators, see Figure 1. Many meters and displays require a separate sender.

INSTRUMENT PANEL METERS, INDICATORS, AND LCD DISPLAY WARNING


If any of the instruments do not operate as described in the following tables, DO NOT operate lift truck until problem is corrected. See Figure 1 and Table 1.

Figure 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators

Description Table 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators Item No. Item Function

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NOTE: For all warning lights, there is a light check after power-up. NOTE: At all fault codes or warning lights, including flashing gauge symbols, the central warning light will be ON. 1 Maintenance Warning Light (Optional, Cumins Engine Only) Yellow maintenance light is ON when maintenance is required. A fault code may be shown on fault indicator.

Coolant Level Warning Light

If the engine coolant is low, the red light will come ON. The buzzer will sound.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the red light is ON, or lift truck damage may occur. 3 Engine Oil Level Warning Light (Optional) Engine oil level warning light comes ON and buzzer sounds when the engine oil level is low.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the red light is ON. Immediately shut down the engine or lift truck damage may occur. 4 Engine Air Filter Warning Light Engine air filter warning light is ON when the air filter is dirty or has an obstruction. If the light is ON, clean or replace the filter element.

Fuel Filter/Water Separator Warning Light

Yellow light comes ON when the water level in the water separator is high. Drain the water. A fault code may be shown on the fault indicator.

Seat Belt Warning Light

Yellow light is ON for 10 seconds after the key is placed in the ON position.

WARNING
Before driving the lift truck, always fasten your safety belt, or personnel injury may occur. 7 Auto Lubrication Warning Light (Optional) Yellow light comes ON when the grease level in the grease container is low. Refill with multipurpose grease with 2 to 4% molybdenum disulfide.

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Description

Table 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators (Continued) Item No. Item

Function

NOTE: For all warning lights, there is a light check after power-up. NOTE: At all fault codes or warning lights, including flashing gauge symbols, the central warning light will be ON. 8 Hydraulic Oil Level Warning Light (Optional) Red light comes ON when the hydraulic oil level in the hydraulic tank is low. The buzzer sounds.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the red light is ON, or lift truck damage may occur. 9 Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Warning Light (Optional) This hydraulic oil filter restriction light will come ON when the hydraulic oil filter restriction is high. The filter needs cleaning or replaced.

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Brake System High Temperature Warning Light

Red warning light comes ON when the brake cooling oil temperature is high. The buzzer sounds.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the red light is ON, or lift truck damage may occur. 11 Brake System Low Oil Pressure Warning Light Red warning light comes ON when the brake pressure is low. The buzzer will sound.

WARNING
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the red light is ON. Immediately shut down the engine or personnel injury may occur.

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Parking Brake Warning Light

Red warning light is ON when the parking brake is applied.

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Start Aid/Diagnostic/ Engine Warning Light

Yellow start aid/diagnostic/engine warning light is ON before the engine is cranked when the cold start is activated. If the start aid/diagnostic/engine warning light is ON when the engine is running, a fault condition has been detected. The fault code will be displayed on the fault indicator. Engine performance may decrease.

Description

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Table 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators (Continued) Item No. Item

Function

NOTE: For all warning lights, there is a light check after power-up. NOTE: At all fault codes or warning lights, including flashing gauge symbols, the central warning light will be ON. 14 Engine Stop Warning Light If the engine stop warning light comes ON, there is a critical fault condition. The fault code will be displayed on the fault indicator. The buzzer will also sound. Engine performance may decrease or the engine may shut down. Immediately shut down the engine. NOTE: Engine shutdown can be reset. Turn the key switch to OFF and then to ON, and restart the engine. If the fault is still present, the engine will only run for a limited time. 15 Transmission Failure Warning Light Red light comes ON when a transmission fault occurs. The fault code will be displayed on the fault indicator. The transmission may shift to NEUTRAL and/or engine performance may decrease. The buzzer will sound. NOTE: There is a transmission limp home mode. Use the following procedure to activate the limp home mode: 1. Select NEUTRAL on the shift lever or apply and release the park brake. 2. Select either FORWARD or REVERSE. 3. Select either first or second gear on the shift lever. NOTE: Inching is disabled in limp home mode. 16 Transmission Oil Pressure Warning Light Red light comes ON if the transmission oil pressure is low. The fault code will be displayed on the fault indicator. The transmission may shift to NEUTRAL and/or engine performance may decrease. The buzzer will sound. NOTE: There is a transmission limp home mode. Use the following procedure to activate the limp home mode: 1. Select NEUTRAL on the shift lever or apply and release the park brake. 2. Select either FORWARD or REVERSE. 3. Select either first or second gear on the shift lever. NOTE: Inching is disabled in limp home mode.

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Description

Table 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators (Continued) Item No. Item

Function

NOTE: For all warning lights, there is a light check after power-up. NOTE: At all fault codes or warning lights, including flashing gauge symbols, the central warning light will be ON. 17 Engine Oil Pressure Gauge When the engine is running, the gauge indicates normal engine oil pressure, and the needle is approximately in the middle. When the engine oil pressure is low, the gauge symbol will FLASH red. The red engine stop warning light will come ON. The buzzer will sound. Engine performance may decrease or the engine may shut down. Immediately shut down the engine. NOTE: Engine shutdown can be reset. Turn the key switch to OFF and then to ON position, and restart the engine. If the fault is still present, the engine will only run for a limited time. 18 Fuel Level Gauge When the fuel level is 10% or less of the tank capacity, the gauge symbol will FLASH red.

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Voltmeter

The voltmeter indicates the system voltage. When the ignition is ON and the engine is not running, the gauge symbol will be red. When the engine is running and the system voltage is below 24 VDC, the gauge symbol will FLASH red.

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Transmission Oil Temperature Gauge

Gauge indicates the transmission oil temperature. During normal operation, the needle will be in the green zone. If the temperature is high, the gauge symbol will FLASH red. There will be a fault code on the fault indicator. The buzzer will sound. The transmission may shift to first gear, and engine performance may decrease.

Description

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Table 1. Instrument Panel and Indicators (Continued) Item No. Item

Function

NOTE: For all warning lights, there is a light check after power-up. NOTE: At all fault codes or warning lights, including flashing gauge symbols, the central warning light will be ON. 21 Coolant Temperature Gauge Gauge indicates the coolant temperature. When the temperature is near the critical value, the gauge symbol will FLASH red and the red engine stop warning light will come ON. When the engine temperature is critical, the red engine stop warning light will also come ON. There will be a fault code displayed on the fault indicator. Engine performance may decrease or the engine may shut down. Immediately shut down the engine. NOTE: Engine shutdown can be reset. Turn the key switch to OFF and then to ON position, and restart the engine. If the fault is still present, the engine will only run for a limited time. 22 Hourmeter and Fault Indicator The hourmeter operates while the engine is running. Periodic maintenance recommendations are based on these hours. It also displays engine and transmission faults and fault codes when communication between engine, transmission, and/or display is lost. Additional information is indicated when faults occur. If more than one fault is present, the faults will scroll. For explanation of fault codes, see the section Transmission1300 SRM 1082 and Perkins Tier II Electronic Troubleshooting Guide 600 SRM 1072. The display will keep records of the fault codes. To gain access to these codes, turn the key switch ON and OFF two times and then turn the key switch back ON, but do not start the engine. The fault indicator will show the most recent fault code first. For each code, the following sequence will occur: It will show the code The hourmeter reading at the last occurrence The hourmeter reading at the first occurrence The number of times it has occurred NOTE: To leave the fault code log, turn the key switch to OFF.

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Description

CONNECTOR
Instrument panel is connected to the system by means of one connector. Connector is located at rear of instrument panel. See Figure 2 and Table 2.

Figure 2. Connector Table 2. Pin Description Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Description Battery positive input Seat switch input Not used Ground Engine coolant level input Brake system temperature input Park brake input Engine oil level input Engine combustion air filter input Fuel filter input Neutral gear input Lubrication system input Pin 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Description Brake system pressure input Can - H Can - L Not used Buzzer output Hydraulic oil level input Central light output Hydraulic filter input Not used Transmission oil pressure gauge input Engine oil pressure gauge input Fuel level gauge input

Description

2200 SRM 1105 Low engine oil level Low engine coolant level Low engine oil pressure High engine coolant temperature Transmission oil pressure is below 1000 kPa (145 psi) Transmission oil temperature is above 132 C (270 F) Transmission errors activating the buzzer When the operator is not present and park brake is not applied, the buzzer will sound for 10 seconds.

Seat Switch Logic


This function warns the operator when leaving the seat without applying park brake. Two seconds after having detected this condition, buzzer is activated and stays ON for 10 seconds. The seat switch is connected to pin number 2. When seat is occupied, pin number 2 is connected to ground. When seat is not occupied, input to pin number 2 is open.

Central Warning Light Output


This output is at pin 19 and switches to ground at all fault codes or warning lights, including the flashing gauge symbols. The central warning light will be ON.

Engine Shutdown Output


This output is at pin number 18 and switches to ground after a shutdown condition occurs. When either the transmission oil temperature or engine oil pressure reaches the alarm values, light 13 and the central warning light will turn ON, and the buzzer will sound, indicating shutdown condition. Shutdown output switches to ground and after a delay, the engine is stopped.

Buzzer Output
This output is at pin number 17 and switches to ground when any of the following conditions occur: Low brake system pressure Low hydraulic oil level

Table 3. Sender Description Item Water Temperature Sender Function The water temperature sender is a thermistor-type sensor with an output between 0 and 5 volts. The ECM will detect a fault condition if the voltage from the sensor is not within the range of 0.2 volts at 40 C ( 40 F) and 4.9 volts at 150 C (302 F), and the fault is present for more than 8 seconds continuously. The transmission oil temperature sender unit is mounted in the transmission oil sump and senses the transmission fluid temperature. When the transmission temperature exceeds system specifications, the sender sends a signal to the instrument panel and lights the transmission oil temperature warning light. This signal also drives the transmission oil temperature gauge.

Transmission Oil Temperature Sender

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck when the gauge indication is in the red area of the gauge. Engine Oil Pressure Sender The engine oil temperature sender is an active sensor with an output between 0 and 5 volts. The ECM will detect a fault condition if the voltage from the sensor is not within the range of 0.5 volts representing 106 kPa (15 psi) and 4.5 volts representing 795 kPa (115 psi), and the fault is present for more than 8 seconds continuously

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Description

Table 3. Sender Description (Continued) Item Low Coolant Sender Function The low coolant sender is mounted in the coolant system radiator near the top of the tank. It senses the fluid level and, when low, sends a signal to the control panel and lights the coolant system fluid low warning indicator.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck if the orange light is ON during operation. Fuel Level Sender The fuel level sender is installed in the fuel tank and indicates when the fuel is low. An internal float sends a signal to the control panel and lights the fuel level low warning indicator. A signal is also sent to the fuel level gauge to indicate the amount of fuel remaining in the tank.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck if the orange light is ON during operation. Vacuum Switch The vacuum switch is mounted on the air filter housing (left side of the truck). It senses the air intake pressure and sends a signal to the instrument panel. It switches warning light 8 ON when the air intake pressure drops below 6.4 kPa (0.9 psi).

CAUTION
Lift truck performance will be limited when the red light is ON. Transmission Oil Pressure Sender The transmission oil pressure sender unit is mounted in the transmission on the engine side and senses the transmission fluid pressure. When the transmission oil pressure drops below specifications, the sender sends a signal to the instrument panel and lights the transmission oil pressure warning light 4. The transmission oil pressure sender also drives the transmission oil pressure gauge.

CAUTION
Do not continue to operate the lift truck at engine speeds above idle when the red light is ON. Air Brakes Low Pressure Sender The low pressure sender is mounted in the manifold on the cab tilt frame and senses the brake system pressure. When pressure drops below specified value, the sender sends a signal to the instrument panel and lights the low pressure warning light 14.

WARNING
Never operate a truck with a brake malfunction.

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Table 3. Sender Description (Continued) Item Wet Brakes Low Pressure Sender Function The low pressure sender is mounted in the manifold on the cab tilt frame and senses the brake system pressure. When pressure drops below specified value, the sender sends a signal to the instrument panel and lights the low pressure warning light 14.

WARNING
Never operate a truck with a brake malfunction. Brake Temperature Sender (Wet Brakes Only) The brake temperature senders are mounted in the wheel hubs (one on the left-side hub and one on the right-side hub) and sense the brake fluid temperature. If the fluid temperature exceeds high temperature specifications, the senders send a signal to the instrument panel and lights warning light 15.

WARNING
Never operate a truck with a brake malfunction. Intake Manifold Pressure Sensor This is an active sensor with an output between 0 and 5 volts. The ECM will recognize the output to be valid if it is between 0.5 volts representing 52 kPa (8 psi) and 4.5 volts representing 306 kPa (44 psi). This is a thermistor-type sensor with an output between 0 and 5 volts. The ECM will recognize the output to be valid if it is between 0.2 volts at 40 C ( 40 F) and 4.9 volts at 150 C (302 F). Sensor diagnostics will detect a fault if the input voltage is outside this range for more than 2 seconds. This is a magnetic-type sensor that measures both crankshaft speed and position. The sensor will measure speeds above 246 rpm when the output will be greater than 0.4 volts peak to peak. The sensor detects the passing of teeth on a wheel. These teeth are spaced at 1/36 intervals on the wheel. One tooth is missing to facilitate the position measurement. There are a total of 36 teeth.

Intake Manifold Temperature Sensor

Crankshaft Position Sensor

Instrument Panel Component Replacement


WARNING
Before replacing any components, fully lower all parts of the mast and tilt it forward until the tips of the forks touch the ground. This action will prevent the mast from lowering suddenly if the control lever is accidently moved. ALWAYS disconnect the battery and remove operator key before replacing components. Never have any metal on your fingers, arms, or neck. These metal items can accidentally make an electrical connection and may cause an injury. Meters, display panels, most indicators, and senders are not repairable items. The most accurate and usually easiest check for proper operation of individual meters, indicators, or senders is direct replacement. The most common cause of failure is poor connections or damaged or improper wiring, and not the meter

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2200 SRM 1105 indicator or sender. This section only has the replacement procedures. Before a meter, display panel, indicator, or sender is replaced, make the following checks. 1. Check that other meters and electrical circuits operate correctly. 2. Check that the battery is fully charged and has a good ground, and cable terminals are clean and tight. 3. Check that the wiring and connections to meter, indicator, or sender are tight and in good condition.

Instrument Panel Component Replacement

1. RETAINING SCREWS 2. FUSE PANEL COVER Figure 4. Fuse Panel Screws

INSTRUMENT PANEL Remove


NOTE: The only replaceable parts of the instrument panel are the lights. 1. Locate the fuse panel. See Figure 3.

1. PANEL CLIPS Figure 5. Fuse Panel Clips

1. FUSE PANEL Figure 3. Fuse Panel Location 2. Disconnect ground lead of battery. 3. Loosen four retaining screws and remove the fuse panel cover. See Figure 4. 4. From the fuse panel side, using a flat blade screwdriver, depress clips holding instrument panel in place. Left side first, then right side. See Figure 5. 5. Pull instrument panel away from the console. See Figure 6. Figure 6. Instrument Panel Removal 6. Disconnect plug from socket. 7. Loosen 12 screws at rear of instrument panel. 8. Remove rear cover from instrument panel.

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Sender Replacement

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LIGHT Replace
1. Turn light holder counterclockwise and remove. 2. Insert replacement light holder.

Sender Replacement
FUEL LEVEL SENDER WARNING
Before replacing any components, fully lower all parts of the mast and tilt it forward until the tips of the forks touch the ground. This action will prevent the mast from lowering suddenly if the control lever is accidently moved. ALWAYS disconnect the battery and remove operator key before replacing components. Never have any metal on your fingers, arms, or neck. These metal items can accidentally make an electrical connection and may cause an injury. The fuel level sending unit is mounted to fuel tank surface (usually top surface) with screws through the sender plate and gasket. See Figure 7. Correct sender operation and screw hole alignment can only be obtained with plate mounted in one position. Replace sender as follows:

1. ELECTRICAL TERMINAL 2. PLATE

3. SENDER UNIT 4. FLOAT ARM 5. FLOAT

WARNING
All fuel vapors are extremely explosive. Do not have sparks or flames around vehicles or fuel storage and service areas. Make sure there is no source of open flame or sparks in the vicinity. Use caution to prevent sparks from tools. 1. Turn key switch to OFF position. Disconnect battery positive cable at battery. Install a lock or tag on connector to prevent connection. 2. Disconnect sender wire at sender. 3. Remove screws that fasten sender plate to tank. 4. Remove sender. 5. Carefully install new sender. Use a new gasket.

Figure 7. Fuel Level Sender 6. Verify screw holes are aligned and install screws. Tighten screws enough to partially compress gasket to prevent leaks. 7. Remove tape from wire connector and install connector on sender terminal.

PRESSURE SENDER
NOTE: If applicable, replace O-ring when replacing sender. 1. Turn key switch to OFF position. 2. Disconnect electrical connector.

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Sender Replacement NOTE: Verify system fluid is drained so that level is below sender to prevent leakage when sender is removed. 1. Turn key switch to OFF position. 2. Disconnect sender wire. See Figure 10.

Figure 10. Low Coolant Sender 3. Turn sender counterclockwise and remove. Figure 8. Pressure Sender 4. Install new pressure sender. 4. Install a new sender. Use Teflon tape. Turn clockwise and tighten. Torque 5.6 0.6 Nm (50 5 lbf in). 5. Connect sender wire.

TEMPERATURE SENDER
NOTE: If applicable, replace O-ring when replacing sender. 1. Turn key switch to OFF position. 2. Disconnect electrical connector. 3. Remove temperature sender. See Figure 9.

VACUUM SWITCH
1. Turn key switch to OFF position. 2. Disconnect amp connector. See Figure 11. 3. Remove vacuum switch. 4. Install a new vacuum switch.

Figure 9. Temperature Sender 4. Install new temperature sender.

1. AMP CONNECTOR Figure 11. Vacuum Switch

LOW COOLANT SENDER WARNING


High temperature risk. Radiator temperature may be high and radiator may be pressurized.

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Specifications

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CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR


NOTE: If applicable, replace O-ring when replacing sensor. 1. Turn key switch to OFF position. 2. Disconnect electrical connector. 3. Remove crankshaft position sensor. ure 12. 4. Install new crankshaft position sensor. See Fig-

Figure 12. Crankshaft Position Sensor

Specifications
Item Instrument Panel Supply voltage Nominal and test voltage Working temperature Storage temperature Transparent surface Warning lights (except battery charging) Warning light battery charging Gauges Instrument panel gauges Actuator: coil type or PWM coil type Needle stroke: 90 degrees Reading tolerances: 4 degrees Hourmeter/Error LCD Display View angle Polarized Drive method Driving voltage Indication 12 oclock Transflective. Positive 1/2 Duty 5.0 VDC Engine running hours Maximum 99,999 hours Error codes indication 22-32 VDC 26 VDC 25 C ( 13 F) to +65 C (149 F) 40 C ( 40 F) to +80 C (176 F) Glass 24 VDC 1.2W 24 VDC 2W Design Data

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Specifications

Item Senders Operating voltage Water temperature sender Body threads Transmission oil temperature sender Body threads Hex (across flats) Engine oil pressure sender Body threads Transmission oil pressure Body threads Hex (across flats) Low coolant sender Body threads Hex (across flats) Sender terminal threads Fuel sender plate Number of holes Hole size Air brakes low pressure sender Body threads Hex (across flats) Wet brakes low pressure sender Body threads Hex (across flats) Wet brakes temperature sender Body threads Vacuum switch Body threads Intake manifold pressure sensor Body threads Intake manifold temperature sensor Body threads

Design Data

24 VDC

M18 x 1.5

1/2-14 NPTF 22 mm (0.866 in.)

M12 x 1.5

1/8-27 NPTF 22 mm (0.866 in.)

1/8-27 NPTF 22 mm (0.866 in.) Fits connector type Delphi P/N 121521193

5 5.1 mm (0.20 in.)

1/8-27 NPTF 11 mm (0.43 in.)

1/4" NPT 27 mm (1.063 in.)

3/8" NPTF

1/8-27 NPTF

M14 x 1.5

M18 x 1.5

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Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM No Indication - All Meters POSSIBLE CAUSE Battery disconnected. PROCEDURE OR ACTION Clean the battery terminals and battery cable connectors. Install connectors. Charge or replace battery. Fasten the connector or connectors.

Battery malfunction or discharged. Wiring group connector or connectors not connected. No Indication - Only One Meter Meter wires damaged or not connected. Separate sender wire damaged or not connected. Meter malfunction. Voltage is at terminal. Sender malfunction. No voltage is at terminal. Incorrect Indication Battery is discharged. Meter movement or needle is damaged or has a malfunction. Separate sender malfunction. Sender will not sense because system has corrosion.

Replace display connectors. Install connectors on proper meter terminals. Replace broken wire or connector. Install connector on sender terminal. Replace fault display. Replace sender.

Charge battery. Replace fault display. Replace sender. Clean and flush system. Check for bent or cracked sensor tubing.

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