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Detroit Diesel DD13/15/16 DEF Quantity Test by JPRO

Detroit Diesel DD13/15/16 DEF Quantity Test by JPRO-1

Detroit Diesel DEF Quantity Test provides the ability to troubleshoot the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dosing system by inspecting the nozzle spray pattern and measuring the amount of DEF dispensed. It may be used for diagnosing problems with DEF supply, pump pressure, metering unit, clogging, pressure limiting unit, vehicle air, and low NOx efficiency.This instruction show you guide on how to use JPRO Diagnostic software to do DEF quantity test for Detroit Diesel DD13,DD15 and DD16.

 

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The DEF Quantity Test is supported on:
✓ Detroit Diesel EPA 10 to EPA 13 for all DD13, DD15 and DD16 engines
✓ Detroit Diesel GHG17 and newer with Engine Software Version:

o App_040B o App_040D o App_040E o App_0410
o App_0411 o App_2104 o App_2105 o App_2107
o App_2108 o App_2109

and ACM Software Version:

o acm_0x0232 o acm_0x0236 o acm_0x023E o acm_0x0250
o acm_0x024E

 

1.Select the DEF Quantity Test and press Enter or the Start button.

2.The DEF Quantity Test dialog displays, providing important information about steps to take before running the test.

Detroit Diesel DD13/15/16 DEF Quantity Test by JPRO-1

3.Select the Next button once all instructions have been read and followed.
4. Ensure all preconditions have been met.
5. Select the Start button to begin the test. The DEF Doser should start pumping out DEF fluid into the measuring container over a period of 4 minutes.

6.The dialog displays examples of correct and problem spray patterns that can be detected by observing the valve as it dispenses DEF into the collection container.

Detroit Diesel DD13/15/16 DEF Quantity Test by JPRO-2

7.When the test is completed, results information is displayed, including steps to take depending on how much DEF was dispensed.
8. If desired, you may select the Rerun button to rerun the test.
9. Once the test has been completed, click the Exit button to return to the test selection dialog.

 

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DetroitGHG14 Idle Will Arm but Will not Restart Engine Solution

This instruction show you guide on how to solve/optimize idle will arm but will not restart the engine for Detroit EPA07 GHG14 DDEC VI 10.

 

Preparations:

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Procedures:

Check as follows:

1 Is MCM fault code SPN 1663 /FMI 7 present?

1aYes; troubleshoot this code first.

1b No; Go to step 2.

 

2 Was the CPC recently programmed?

2a Yes; check for proper CPC parameter settings. Refer to section “Optimized Idle” of the A&I Manual (See table below).

2b No; Go to step 3.

 

3 Using DiagnosticLink, verify the operation of the Optimized Idle Safety Loop and the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS). Under Instrumentation, go to the Chart tab and select the following on the chart:

 

  • DSL: Parking Brake
  • DSL: Hood Tilt Switch
  • DSL: Neutral Switch
  • ASL: Road Speed

Cycle each switch and monitor their functionality. Monitor the Road Speed; it should read zero when the vehicle is stationary.

Was a fault with either the Optimized Idle Safety Loop or VSS found?

3a Yes; repair as necessary.

3b No; Go to step 4.

 

4 Is the vehicle equipped with an Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) or ParkSmart?

4a Yes; vehicles with an APU or ParkSmart may not use Optimized Idle to control the cab temperatures. If this is the customer’s complaint, refer to the APU or ParkSmart operation instructions.

4b No; Go to step 5.

 

5 Check the Optimized Idle Thermostat settings; Refer to section “Thermostat Operation” of the Optimized Idle User Manual (DDC-SVC-MAN-0019) . Is the Optimized Idle Thermostat properly configured?

5a Yes; install a test CPC. Go to step 6.

5b No; Refer to section “Thermostat Operation” of the Optimized Idle User Manual (DDC-SVC-MAN-0019) . Verify repair.

 

6 Will Optimized Idle work correctly with the test CPC?

6a Yes; replace the CPC.

6b No; Go to step 7.

 

7 Set the Optimized Idle Thermostat mode to cool the cab and put the vehicle on Optimized Idle mode. Using a heat gun, apply heat to the Optimized Idle Thermostat Skin Temperature sensor; refer to OEM literature for sensor location. Did Optimized Idle start the engine to cool the cab?

7a Yes; Refer to section “Optimized Idle” of the A&I Manual (See table below) for proper Optimized Idle parameter configuration

7b No; Go to step 8.

 

8.Monitor the Optimized Idle Thermostat temperature reading while applying heat to the sensor. Is the reading on the Thermostat display accurate?

8a Yes; replace the Optimized Idle Thermostat.

8b No; Go to step 9.

 

9 Disconnect the Optimized Idle Thermostat electrical connector and measure the resistance between pin 3 of the Optimized Idle Thermostat connector, harness side and the sensor ground circuit of the Skin Temperature sensor harness side connector. Is the resistance less than five ohms?

9a Yes; Go to step 10.

9b No; repair the circuit.

 

10 Measure the resistance between pin 1 of the Optimized Idle Thermostat connector, harness side and the sensor signal circuit of the Skin Temperature sensor harness side connector. Is the resistance less than five ohms?

10a Yes; replace the Optimized Idle Thermostat.

10b No; repair the circuit.

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Detroit Diesel GHG17 Engine Common Powertrain Controller

Detroit Diesel GHG17 Engine Common Powertrain Controller (1)

Detroit Diesel GHG 17 engine Common Powertrain Controller (CPC) has three 18-pin connectors and one 21-pin connector. The following sections contain the connector pin-outs for truck. vocational, transit bus and crane applications.

 

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The CPC is the interface between the MCM and the vehicle/equipment for engine control and manages other vehicle/equipment functions.

Detroit Diesel GHG17 Engine Common Powertrain Controller (1)

The OEM is responsible for mounting this part in an enclosed, protected environment. The mounting bracket is the responsibility of the OEM. There must be maximum physical separation of the VIH from other vehicle/equipment electrical systems. Other electrical system wires should ideally be at least three feet away from the VIH and should not be parallel to the VIH. This will eliminate coupling electromagnetic energy from other systems into the VIH.

Detroit Diesel GHG17 Engine Common Powertrain Controller (2)

Note : The CPC should be mounted with the connectors pointing down.

The CPC communicates over the J1587 and J1939 Data Links to the vehicle.

 

Detroit Diesel GHG17 Engine Common Powertrain Controller (3)

Within the CPC, sets of data for specific applications are stored. These include idle speed, maximum running speed, and speed limitation. Customer programmable parameters are also stored here.

 

The CPC receives data from the operator (accelerator pedal position, switches, various sensors) and other electronic control units (for example, synchronization controllers for more than one genset, air compressor controls).

 

From this data, instructions are computed for controlling the engine and transmitted to the MCM via the proprietary data link.

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