Est Tool — Injector Buzz Test
Figure 1. Diagnostic Form
The following procedure will lead you through the Injector Buzz Test. For a reproduction of the applicable portion of the diagnostic form, see Figure
This test will determine if the injectors are functioning correctly electronically, by energizing each injector in a programmed sequence. The ECM will monitor this test and transmit fault codes if any injector(s) or electrical circuitry are not functioning properly.
Access Diagnostic codes menu in EST and clear all fault codes.
Note: Engine OFF standard test must be performed first in order to access the Injector Buzz Test. Press enter to begin the test.
After the Engine OFF standard tests have been completed, press the ↓ key to access the INJECTOR TEST. If the tool is not on a menu screen, i.e. displaying the fault codes, etc., press the FUNC key. This will access the ENGINE OFF TESTS menu. Press enter to begin the test. See Figure.
“Diagnostic Tests Menu”
Figure 2. Diagnostic Tests Menu
During this test, the injector solenoids will produce an audible clicking sound when actuated. It is possible to detect a malfunctioning injector by listening for the absence of the solenoid clicking sound.
Note: If fault codes were cleared before the Injector Buzz Test, fault codes displayed will be actual faults found during the test. If codes were not cleared before testing, access INACTIVE FAULT CODES from the EST menu to retrieve faults found during this test.
At the completion of the injector test, any faults that have been detected will be displayed. Additional faults can be accessed by pressing the ↓ key.
Record any faults found and refer to “12.1 General Instructions”
Possible causes for the performance include:
- Bad wiring harness connection at the injector solenoid
- Open or shorted engine wiring harness to the injectors
- Defective injector solenoids
- Defective ECM
Pro-Link 9000, J 38500–100
If fault codes are set, refer to the Electronic Diagnostic Form; refer to “10.1 Introduction”
, and fault code diagnostics.
|Series 40E Troubleshooting Manual – 6SE241|
|Generated on 10-13-2008|