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NUMBER: 07DDEC VI12 S.M. REF.

: Table 1 ENGINE: MBE 4000 DATE: August 2007

SUBJECT: SPN CHANGES AND ADDITIONS

PUBLICATION: 6SE568
Three of the current SPN troubleshooting procedures have changed and a new SPN has been added as
listed in Table 1.
Section SPN/FMI Change
SPN 3509/FMI 3 5 V Sensor Supply Bank 1 Failure replaces Multiplexer
Refer to section 103
SPN 3509/FMI 4 1 Channel 1 or 2 Short or Open Circuit High

SPN 3510/FMI 3 5 V Sensor Supply Bank 2 Failure replaces Multiplexer


Refer to section 104
SPN 3510/FMI 4 2 Channel 1 or 2 Short or Open Circuit High

3 V Sensor Supply Bank 1 Failure replaces Multiplexer


Refer to section 106 SPN 3511/FMI 3
3 Channel 1 or 2 Short or Open Circuit High

Refer to section 107 SPN 3512/FMI 3 3 V Sensor Supply Bank 2 Failure is a new SPN

Table 1 Manual Changes


103.1 SPN 3509/FMI 3
This diagnosis typically means the 5 V sensor supply bank 1 circuit failed high.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to power (voltage > 5.3) on any of the MCM pins
listed in Table 2.
Component MCM Pin
Charge Air Cooler Outlet Pressure Sensor 58
Charge Air Cooler Outlet Pressure Sensor 102
Inlet Air Delta P, Intake Throttle Valve 103
Inlet Air Delta P, Intake Throttle Valve 117

Table 2 MCM Pins for Short to Power Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs.

103.2 SPN 3509/FMI 4


This diagnosis typically means the 5 V sensor supply bank 1 circuit failed low.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to ground (voltage < 4.7) on either of the MCM pins
listed in Table 3.
Component MCM Pin
Charge Air Cooler Outlet Pressure Sensor 58
Inlet Air Delta P, Intake Throttle Valve 117

Table 3 MCM Pins for Short to Ground Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs..
104.1 SPN 3510/FMI 3
This diagnosis typically means the 5 V sensor supply bank 2 circuit failed high.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to power (voltage > 5.3) on any of the MCM pins
listed in Table 4.
Component MCM Pin
TSS, Fuel Line Pressure Sensor, Fuel Compensation Pressure
82
Sensor, Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
Turbo Inlet Pressure/Temp Sensor, DPF Inlet and Outlet Pressure Sensors 85
Fuel Line Pressure Sensor, Fuel Compensation Pressure Sensor 104
Engine Oil Pressure Sensor, Turbo Inlet Pressure/Temperature Sensor 105

Table 4 MCM Pins for Short to Power Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs.

104.2 SPN 3510/FMI 4


This diagnosis typically means the 5 V sensor supply bank 2 circuit failed low.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to ground (voltage < 4.7) on either of the MCM pins
listed in Table 5.
Component MCM Pin
TSS, Fuel Line Pressure Sensor, Fuel Compensation Pressure
82
Sensor, Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
Turbo Inlet Pressure/Temp Sensor, DPF Inlet and Outlet Pressure Sensors 85

Table 5 MCM Pins for Short to Ground Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs.
106.1 SPN 3511/FMI 3
This diagnosis typically means the 3 V sensor supply bank 1 circuit failed high.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to power (voltage > 3.2) on any of the MCM pins
listed in Table 6.
Component MCM Pin
DOC Outlet Temperature Sensor 29
DOC Inlet Temperature Sensor, DOC Outlet Temperature
88
Sensor, DPF Outlet Temperature Sensor
DOC Inlet Temperature Sensor 89
DPF Outlet Temperature Sensor 115

Table 6 MCM Pins for Short to Power Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs.
107.1 SPN 3512/FMI 3
This diagnosis typically means the 3 V sensor supply bank 1 circuit failed high.
This fault indicates that the MCM detects a short to power (voltage > 3.2) on any of the MCM pins
listed in Table 7.
Component MCM Pin
Fuel Temperature Sensor, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 55
Fuel Temperature Sensor 77
Charge Air Cooler Outlet Pressure Sensor 102
Engine Oil Temperature/Pressure Sensor 108
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 110

Table 7 MCM Pins for Short to Power Check


Inspect the harness and repair as necessary. Verify repairs.

ADDITIONAL SERVICE INFORMATION


Additional service information is available in one of the DDEC VI troubleshooting guides.
The next printed revision to these manuals will be in July 2007.

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