MBE 900 4000 Troubleshooting

Section 24.2 Troubleshooting SID 64

Section 24.2
Troubleshooting SID 64

The following procedure will troubleshoot SID 64.‪

Section 24.2.1
064 03 – Open Circuit

Perform the following steps to troubleshoot an open circuit. ‪

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Figure 1. PLD-MR — Camshaft Position Sensor Schematic

  1. Bridge pins 1 and 20 of the 55-pin connector and check for active fault codes. See Figure "PLD-MR — Camshaft Position Sensor Schematic" .
    1. If no new fault codes were active, go to step 2 .
    2. If a new fault code 064 04 is active, refer to "24.2.1.1 Required Actions" .
  2. Check for active codes.
    1. If fault code 064 03 was active, refer to "24.2.1.2 Required Actions" .
    2. If fault code 064 03 was not active, refer to "24.2.1.3 Required Actions" .
Section 24.2.1.1
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve an open circuit.‪

  1. Replace the camshaft position sensor and the clamping sleeve.
  2. Erase the fault code memory.
Section 24.2.1.2
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve an open circuit.‪

  1. Contact Detroit Diesel Technical Service for authorization to replace the PLD-MR. Set parameter on new PLD-MR.
  2. Erase the fault code memory.
Section 24.2.1.3
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve an open circuit.‪

  1. Inspect the contacts for damage and repair as necessary.
  2. Erase the fault code memory.

Section 24.2.2
064 04 – Short to Ground

Perform the following step to troubleshoot a short to ground.‪

  1. Check the engine speed sensor for reversed polarity and check for active codes.
    1. If the polarity is correct and fault code 064 14 was not active, go to step 2 .
    2. If the polarity is not correct and fault code 064 04 was active, refer to "24.2.2.1 Required Actions" .
  2. Check the engine speed sensor for reversed polarity and check for active codes.
    1. If the polarity is correct and fault code 064 14 was active, go to step 5 .
    2. If the polarity is not correct and fault code 064 14 was not active, go to step 3 .
  3. Disconnect 55-pin connector and check for active codes.
    1. If fault code 064 03 was not active, go to step 5 .
    2. If fault code 064 03 was active, refer to "24.2.2.2 Required Actions" .
  4. Reconnect the 55-pin connector.
  5. Visually inspect the 55-pin connector for damage and check for active codes.
    1. If fault code 064 04 was not active, refer to "24.2.3 064 08 – Time Out" .
    2. If fault code 064 04 was active, refer to "24.2.2.3 Required Actions" .
  6. Reconnect the 55-pin connector.
Section 24.2.2.1
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a short to ground.‪

  1. Ensure that the camshaft position sensor wires are properly connected (not crossed) on the 55-pin connector. Repair as necessary. See Figure "PLD-MR — Camshaft Position Sensor Schematic" .
  2. Erase the fault code memory.
Section 24.2.2.2
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a short to ground.‪

  1. Refer to "7.2 Troubleshooting PID 100" to troubleshoot fault code 100 04.

    Note: A faulty oil pressure sensor will cause erratic codes.

  2. Erase fault code memory.
Section 24.2.2.3
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a short to ground.‪

  1. Contact Detroit Diesel Technical Service for authorization to replace the PLD-MR.
  2. Set parameters on the new PLD-MR.
  3. Erase fault code memory.

Section 24.2.3
064 08 – Time Out

Perform the following steps to troubleshoot a time out.‪

  1. Start and run the engine.
  2. Check for active fault codes.
    1. If fault codes 064 03 and 064 08 are not active, go to step 5 .
    2. If fault codes 064 03 and 064 08 are active, refer to "24.2.3.1 Required Actions" .
  3. Shutdown the engine.
  4. Start and run the engine.
  5. Check for active fault codes.
    1. If fault codes 064 04 and 064 08 are not active, go to step 7 .
    2. If fault codes 064 04 and 064 08 are active, refer to "24.2.3.2 Required Actions" .
  6. Shutdown the engine.
  7. Start and run the engine.
  8. Ensure that the sensor is correctly positioned and check for active codes.
    1. If the sensor position is correct and fault code 064 08 are active, refer to "24.2.4 064 14 – Pins Swapped" .
    2. If the sensor position is incorrect and fault code 064 08 is not active, refer to "24.2.3.3 Required Actions" .
  9. Shutdown the engine.
  10. Ensure that the sensor is correctly positioned and check for active codes.
    1. If the sensor position is correct and fault code 064 08 is active, refer to "24.2.3.4 Required Actions" .
    2. If the sensor position is incorrect and fault code 064 08 is not active, refer to "24.2.3.3 Required Actions" .
Section 24.2.3.1
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a time out.‪

  1. Troubleshoot active fault code 064 03. Refer to "24.2.1 064 03 – Open Circuit" .
  2. Erase the fault code memory.
Section 24.2.3.2
Required Actions

Perform the following step to resolve a time out.‪

  1. Troubleshoot for active fault code 064 04. Refer to "24.2.2 064 04 – Short to Ground" .
Section 24.2.3.3
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a time out.‪

  1. Remove and replace the camshaft sensor sleeve.
  2. Erase the fault code memory.
Section 24.2.3.4
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a time out.‪

  1. Remove the camshaft sensor and ensure that the sensor bores are not damaged. If damaged is present, repair as necessary.
  2. Check the camshaft sensor for proper axial play. Repair as necessary if the axial play is incorrect.
  3. Erase the fault code memory.

Section 24.2.4
064 14 – Pins Swapped

Perform the following step to troubleshoot pins swapped.‪

  1. Check the engine speed sensor for reversed polarity and check for active codes.
    1. If fault code 064 14 was not active, erase the fault code memory.
    2. If fault code 064 14 is active, refer to "24.2.4.1 Required Actions" .
Section 24.2.4.1
Required Actions

Perform the following steps to resolve a pins swapped. See Figure "Camshaft Position Sensor" .‪

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Figure 2. Camshaft Position Sensor

  1. Reseat the camshaft (B16) and crankshaft (B15) sensors.
  2. Ensure that the 55-pin connector wires are not crossed. If crossed, repair as necessary.
  3. Erase the fault code memory.


MBE 900/4000 Troubleshooting Guide - 6SE422
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