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SYSTEM INSPECTION WITH DAVIE Monitor

 

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1.9 Fuel dosing system override

 

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1.12 DEF pump module prime test

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1. SYSTEM INSPECTION WITH DAVIE

1.1 TRIP INFORMATION

The trip information feature is used to record historic data associated with the last trip. The data is DPF related, such as number of regenerations, soot level, and so on. A trip is defined as the period between two resets. It is possible to reset the trip counters, however, the total counters can not be reset.

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REGENERATION LOG

The Regeneration log feature is used to record historic data associated with the last 10 active regeneration events (complete + incomplete). This feature also has two other logs. These logs hold a record of EAS sensor data associated with the maximum soot load condition and the maximum temperature after the DPF condition during the life of the engine. These two logs can not be reset.

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1.3 BLOCKED DOC

Once a diesel oxidation catalyst is considered to be blocked by the ECU, the aftertreatment fuel dosing is disabled. After repair of the malfunction, the system must be reset in order to enable fuel dosing and reinitiate active regeneration. The reset is only possible when most severe fault conditions exist on the EAS system.

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BLOCKED FUEL DOSING

Fuel dosing may be prohibited by various diagnostic failures, such as system errors, system performance errors, and so on. After repair of the malfunction, the system must be reset in order to enable fuel dosing and reinitiate active regeneration. The reset is only possible when most severe fault conditions exist on the EAS system.

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1.5 NEW DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTER INSTALLATION

Diesel particulate filters (DPF's) are manufactured in such a way that following the application of the catalytic coating, a burn-off of the excess residue is required. The process of burning off the excess residue is called degreening. Degreening takes place during normal operation of the engine. During this period of time, the differential pressure across the DPF may periodically exceed the limits and could trigger various undesirable fault codes. To avoid this, the differential pressure based diagnostic is temporarily switched off during the degreening period. Degreening is required whenever a new DPF is installed.

Degreening is required whenever a new DPF is installed. CAUTION: Degreening is only allowed whenever a

CAUTION: Degreening is only allowed whenever a new DPF is installed.

The degreening period depends on:

- Average DPF temperature

- Exhaust gas mass flow

- Number of successful regenerations

The differential pressure based diagnostic is switched on again after the degreening period has elapsed.

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MAINTENANCE LOG

The maintenance log feature is used to record historic data associated with the last 10 reset events.

This feature records the following reset events:

- Soot level

- Blocked DOC

- Blocked fuel dosing

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1.7 DPF REGENERATION

The main purpose of this test is to clean the Diesel Particulate Filter of soot and to monitor the regeneration process.

During this test the following values are displayed:

- Particulate filter regeneration status

- Particulate regeneration dosing command

- Regeneration stage

- Soot fill monitor status

- Regeneration target temperature

- Temperature before the DOC

- Temperature after the DOC

- Temperature after the DPF

This test is a fully automated test. It is always possible to abort the test.

Particulate filter regeneration status 'ACTIVE' - Indicates regeneration is running 'NOT ACTIVE' - Indicates the regeneration has not been initiated

Particulate regeneration dosing command 'ACTIVE' - Indicates fuel dosing command is initiated 'NOT ACTIVE' - Indicates fuel dosing command has not been initiated

Regeneration stage 'NOT ACTIVE' - Indicates a regeneration has not been requested 'RAMP UP TO INTERMEDIATE TEMPERATURE LEVEL' - Indicates a regeneration has been requested, fuel is injected and the DPF is heated to the intermediate temperature level. 'INTERMEDIATE LEVEL REACHED' - Indicates the intermediate temperature level is reached and the waiting time is started. This is to prevent damage due to heat expansion. 'RAMP UP TO REGENERATION TEMPERATURE LEVEL' - Indicates the DPF is heated to the regeneration level after the waiting time is elapsed. 'REGENERATION TEMPERATURE REACHED' - Indicates the target regeneration temperature is reached and the regeneration starts.

Soot fill monitor status 'NORMAL' - Indicates the soot collection phase. 'LOW' - Indicates soot level 1 is reached. 'MEDIUM' - Indicates soot level 2 is reached. 'HIGH' - Indicates soot level 3 is reached. 'SEVERE' - Indicates soot level 4 is reached.

Regeneration target temperature Indicates the target temperature to be reached during regeneration.

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Temperature before the DOC 0 Indicates reading from the temperature sensor before the diesel oxidation catalyst.

Temperature before the DPF Indicates reading from the sensor before the diesel particulate filter.

Temperature after the DPF Indicates reading from the sensor after the diesel particulate filter.

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1.8 FUEL SHUT-OFF VALVE LEAK TEST

The main purpose of this test is to check the fuel shut-off valve is not leaking. This test can also be used to trace mechanical failures of the fuel dosing system, for instance leakage. During this test the fuel shut-off valve is closed and the air shut-off valve is opened. When fuel is leaking, fuel spray is visible in the measuring container. The test starts with a delay time of 30 seconds. After the delay time has elapsed, the air shut off valve is opened for a maximum of 60 seconds.

NOTE: If more than one test is to be performed, it is advisable to perform the fuel shut-off valve leak test first. This is to make sure the fuel line between the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty.

the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty. Performing the test Perform the

Performing the test Perform the job 'check fuel leakage shut off valve' according to the instructions in Engine Rapido. Performing the 'fuel shut-off valve leak test' with DAVIE is a part of this job. Follow all steps and safety precautions as described in Engine Rapido and DAVIE.

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FUEL DOSING SYSTEM OVERRIDE TEST

The main purpose of this test is to check that a specific amount of fuel is delivered within the specified time. This test can also be used to trace mechanical failures of the fuel dosing system, for instance leakage. The test starts with a delay time of 30 seconds. After the delay time has elapsed, the fuel dosing module is activated for 130 seconds.

NOTE: If more than one test is to be performed, it is advisable to perform the fuel shut-off valve leak test first. This is to make sure the fuel line between the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty.

the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty. Performing the test Perform the

Performing the test Perform the job 'check fuel delivery dosing module, fuel' according to the instructions in Engine Rapido. Performing the 'fuel dosing system override test' with DAVIE is a part of this job. Follow all steps and safety precautions as described in Engine Rapido and DAVIE.

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1.10 FUEL DOSING MODULE LEAK TEST

The main purpose of this test is to check the fuel dosing module is not leaking. During this test the fuel shut-off valve is opened and the fuel dosing module is closed. Therefore the fuel supply line is filled with fuel up to the dosing module. This test can also be used to trace mechanical failures of the fuel dosing system, for instance leakage. The test starts with a delay time of 30 seconds. After the delay time has elapsed, the fuel shut-off valve is opened for a maximum of 60 seconds.

NOTE: If more than one test is to be performed, it is advisable to perform the fuel shut-off valve leak test first. This is to make sure the fuel line between the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing to make sure the fuel line between the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty.

NOTE: When the ignition of the vehicle is switched off, the fuel dosing module is activated to depressurize the fuel dosing line and the fuel dosing module. To prevent a false measurement the amount of leaked fuel must be determined before the contact is switched off.the fuel intake module and the fuel dosing module is empty. Performing the test Perform the

Performing the test Perform the job 'check leakage dosing module, fuel' according to the instructions in Engine Rapido. Performing the 'fuel dosing module leak test' with DAVIE is a part of this job. Follow all steps and safety precautions as described in Engine Rapido and DAVIE.

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0 1.11 DEF PUMP MODULE OVERRIDE TEST

The main purpose of this test is to run the pump module through its pressure control phase and check that a specific amount of DEF is delivered within the specified time. Besides checking delivery, this test can also be used to trace mechanical failures of the EAS system, for instance of the dosing valve or the DEF pipes.

Points of attention to perform the test

1. The DEF pump module override test must be performed according to the instructions and conditions shown on the DAVIE screen.

2. The dosing valve must be removed from the decomposition pipe according to the instructions in Engine Rapido.

3. Check the dosing valve thoroughly before the test is started.

4. Place the dosing valve in a measuring container that corresponds with the amount of DEF that is expected to be injected. The DEF amount is displayed by DAVIE.

5. Cover the measuring container to prevent DEF from spilling and to make an accurate measurement.

6. After completion of the test, the amount of collected DEF must meet the specifications displayed by DAVIE.

7. Install the dosing valve according to the instructions in Engine Rapido.

8. Do not return the collected DEF to the DEF tank.

Explanation of the test

The test contains three phases:

1. priming phase

2. dosing phase

3. purging phase

This test is a fully automated test, so all phases are successive. It is always possible to abort the test.

Priming phase (pressure control phase) The test starts with the priming phase. The DEF pump of the pump module transfers DEF from the DEF tank to the pump module and back to the tank to pressurise and, if necessary, bleed the DEF circuit.

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Dosing phase (pressure control phase) The dosing phase starts after completion of the priming phase. During this phase the pump

module supplies DEF to the dosing valve. During

a programmed time, the dosing module must

supply the amount of DEF that is displayed by DAVIE.

Purging phase (afterrun phase) The last part of this test is the purging phase. During this phase the system is emptied of DEF. This prevents any DEF in the pump module, the supply pipe and the dosing valve from crystallising and causing blockages. The purging phase is always performed, even if the test is aborted.

Operating mode The following system states can be displayed:

‘NOT ACTIVE' - This state indicates that the test

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'ACTIVE' - This state indicates that the system is

in the priming phase.

'ENGINE STOPPED' - This state indicates that the engine is not running. 'ENGINE RUNNING' - This state indicates that the engine is running and therefore the test is not allowed. 'FAULT WARNING' - This state indicates that

there is an active fault in the system and therefore the test is not allowed. 'PURGING' - This state indicates that the system

is in the purging phase.

'LOW TANK TEMPERATURE' - This state indicates that the tank temperature is too low and therefore the test is not allowed. 'DOSER FROZEN' - This state indicates that the doser is frozen and therefore the test is not allowed. 'LOW TANK LEVEL' - This state indicates that the tank level is too low and therefore the test is not allowed. 'PRIME TIMEOUT' - This state indicates that the system has reached the calibrated number of retry attempts and still is not successfully primed.

Mechanical failures Symptoms observed during the test, as described below, can indicate the possible cause of a mechanical failure of the EAS system.

Priming phase is being repeated (Prime timeout)

If the priming phase is being repeated, the pump

module is unable to build up pressure. Possible causes are:

- no, or too little, DEF supplied to the pump module.

- contamination inside the DEF pump module inlet connector and/or DEF tank filter.

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- air drawn into the DEF supply pipe to the pump module.

- mechanical failure of the pump module.

Priming phase and/or the test is aborted.

If the priming phase is aborted, possible causes are:

- blockage of the DEF return circuit to the DEF tank. The pump module cannot transfer DEF back to the tank during the priming phase.

- blockage of the pump module or its supply pipe.

- mechanical failure of the pump module.

Too little DEF supplied.

When too little DEF is supplied after completion of the test, possible causes are:

- too little DEF supplied to the pump module.

- contamination inside the DEF pump module inlet connector and/or DEF tank filter.

- partial blockage of the dosing valve or its supply pipe.

- mechanical failure of the dosing valve.

No DEF supplied. When no DEF is supplied during the test, possible causes are:

- blockage of the dosing valve or its supply pipe.

- mechanical failure of the dosing valve.

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1.12 DEF PUMP MODULE PRIME TEST

The main purpose of this test is to prime the system and to build up and maintain pressure. After repair or maintenance, this test makes it possible to verify that the system is free of leaks.

Points of attention to perform the test

1. The DEF pump module prime test must be performed according to the instructions and conditions shown on the DAVIE screen.

2. Visually check the connections and components for leaks.

Explanation of the test

The test contains two phases:

1. priming phase

2. purging phase

This test is a fully automated test, so all phases are successive.

Priming phase (pressure control phase) The test starts with the priming phase. The DEF pump of the pump module transfers the DEF from the DEF tank to the pump module and back to the tank to pressurise and, if necessary, bleed the DEF circuit. When the system is primed, pressure is built up and maintained. If pressure loss is measured by the system, DAVIE will display the operating mode 'pressure lost'.

Purging phase (afterrun phase) The last part of this test is the purging phase. During this phase the system is emptied of DEF. This prevents any DEF in the pump module, the supply pipe and the dosing valve from crystallising and causing blockage. The purging phase is always performed, even if the test is aborted.

Operating mode The following system states can be displayed:

' NOT ACTIVE' - This state indicates that the test is not running. 'ACTIVE' - This state indicates that the system is in the priming phase. 'ENGINE RUNNING' - This state indicates that the engine is running and therefore the test is not allowed. 'FAULT WARNING' - This state indicates that there is an active fault in the system and therefore the test is not allowed. 'RETRY LIMIT REACHED' - This state indicates that the maximum number of retry attempts for this test has been reached. After switching the contact off and on, this parameter is reset. 'PURGING' - This state indicates that the system is in the purging phase.

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'LOW TANK TEMPERATURE' - This state 0 indicates that the tank temperature is too low and therefore the test is not allowed. 'DOSER FROZEN' - This state indicates that the doser is frozen and therefore the test is not allowed. 'LOW TANK LEVEL' - This state indicates that the tank level is too low and therefore the test is not allowed. 'PRIME TIMEOUT' - This state indicates that the system has reached the calibrated number of retry attempts and still is not successfully primed. 'PRIMED' - This state indicates that the system has been successfully primed. 'PRESSURE LOST' - This state indicates that after the system had been primed, the system lost pressure. 'PROHIBITED BY ECU' - This state indicates that the ECU does not allow the test to start.

Mechanical failures Symptoms observed during the test, as described below, can indicate the possible cause of a mechanical failure of the EAS system.

Priming phase is being repeated (Prime time out)

If the priming phase is being repeated, the pump module is unable to build up pressure. Possible causes are:

- no or too little DEF supplied to the pump module

- contamination inside the DEF pump module inlet connector and/or DEF tank filter

- air drawn into the DEF supply pipe to the pump module

- mechanical failure of the pump module

Priming phase and/or the test is aborted When the priming phase and/or the test are

aborted, a fault code becomes active. Possible causes are:

- blockage of DEF return circuit to the DEF tank The pump module cannot transfer the DEF back to the tank during the priming phase.

- blockage of the pump module or its supply pipe

- pressure lost in the DEF circuit

- mechanical failure of the pump module

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