New Holland 5500 Tractor Fault Codes

New Holland 5500 Problems

On this page you will find the error codes New Holland 5500.

  • [ADIC] – 1 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum error)
  • [ADIC] – 11 – Fuel tank level sensor B2/1 signal faulty (short circuit to earth)
  • [ADIC] – 20 – Pressure sensor B3 signal faulty (line interruption or short circuit to +12 V)
  • [ADIC] – 250 – CAN Bus OFF
  • [ARU] – 1 – Processor error (register test)
  • [ARU] – 10 – Receipt message from AUX1 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 1
  • [ARU] – 11 – Receipt message from AUX2 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 2
  • [ARU] – 12 – Receipt message from AUX3 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 3
  • [ARU] – 13 – Receipt message from AUX4 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 4
  • [ARU] – 14 – Receipt message from AUX5 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 5
  • [ARU] – 15 – Receipt message from AUX6 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 6
  • [ARU] – 16 – Receipt message from AUX7 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 7
  • [ARU] – 17 – Receipt message from AUX8 was not obtained correctly following reprogramming from 0 to 8
  • [ARU] – 2 – Processor error (flash memory)
  • [ARU] – 20 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V) [ARU] – 21 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [ARU] – 30 – Signal from AUX stick with catch (AUX1) below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 31 – Signal from AUX stick with catch (AUX1) above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 32 – Signal from AUX stick without catch (AUX2) below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 33 – Signal from AUX stick without catch (AUX2) above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 34 – Signal from AUX stick (AUX3) below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 35 – Signal from AUX stick (AUX3) above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 36 – Signal from hand throttle lever below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 37 – Signal from hand throttle lever above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 38 – Signal from cruise control ON/OFF button below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 39 – Signal from cruise control ON/OFF button above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 40 – Signal from + button below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 41 – Signal from + button above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 42 – Signal from finger wheel below permissible range
  • [ARU] – 43 – Signal from finger wheel above permissible range
  • [ARU] – 5 – Processor error (data memory)
  • [ARU] – 71 – CAN Bus OFF
  • [AUX1] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX1] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX1] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX1] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX1] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX1] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX1] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX1] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX1] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX1] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX1] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX1] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX1] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX1] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX1] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX1] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX1] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX1] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX1] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX1] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX1] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX2] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX2] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX2] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX2] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX2] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX2] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX2] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX2] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX2] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX2] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX2] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX2] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX2] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX2] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX2] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX2] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX2] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX2] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX2] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX2] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX2] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX3] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX3] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX3] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX3] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX3] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX3] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX3] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX3] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX3] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX3] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX3] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX3] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX3] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX3] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX3] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX3] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX3] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX3] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX3] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX3] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX3] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX4] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX4] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX4] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX4] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX4] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX4] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX4] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX4] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX4] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX4] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX4] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX4] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX4] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX4] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX4] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX4] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX4] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX4] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX4] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX4] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX4] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX5] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX5] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX5] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX5] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX5] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX5] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX5] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX5] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX5] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX5] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX5] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX5] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX5] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX5] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX5] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX5] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX5] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX5] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX5] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX5] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX5] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX6] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX6] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX6] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX6] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX6] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX6] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX6] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX6] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX6] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX6] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX6] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX6] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX6] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX6] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX6] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX6] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX6] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX6] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX6] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX6] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX6] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX7] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX7] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX7] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX7] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX7] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX7] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX7] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX7] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX7] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX7] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX7] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX7] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX7] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX7] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX7] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX7] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX7] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX7] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX7] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX7] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX7] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [AUX8] – 11 – Missing receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX8] – 12 – Missing receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX8] – 13 – Implausible receipt message 1 default
  • [AUX8] – 14 – Implausible receipt message 2 configuration
  • [AUX8] – 15 – Incorrect CAN message
  • [AUX8] – 16 – Processor error (EEPROM inconsistent)
  • [AUX8] – 17 – A neutral command is awaited following a CAN error
  • [AUX8] – 21 – Supply voltage too low (< 8.2 V) [AUX8] – 22 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [AUX8] – 23 – Spool deflection too small
  • [AUX8] – 24 – Spool deflection too great
  • [AUX8] – 25 – Float not achieved
  • [AUX8] – 26 – Spool position amended manually
  • [AUX8] – 31 – Supply voltage too low (< 8 V), valve switches off output [AUX8] – 32 – Supply voltage too high (> 36 V), valve switches off output
  • [AUX8] – 41 – Supply voltage far too high (> 45 V)
  • [AUX8] – 42 – Output error (output for pilot solenoid valve)
  • [AUX8] – 43 – Route recording error
  • [AUX8] – 81 – Spool valve will not return to neutral position
  • [AUX8] – 82 – Valve spool not in neutral position when switched on
  • [AUX8] – 83 – Checksum error
  • [ECCU3] – 100 – +12 V supply voltage too high (> 16 V)
  • [ECCU3] – 1 – Processor memory error
  • [ECCU3] – 101 – +12 V supply voltage too low (< 10 V) [ECCU3] – 110 – VEHICLE Bus OFF [ECCU3] – 120 – ISO BUS OFF [ECCU3] – 130 – “Raise front hydraulic lift” front external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 131 – “Lower front hydraulic lift” front external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 132 – “Raise additional control” front external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 133 – “Lower additional control” front external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 134 – “Raise additional control” rear external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 135 – “Lower additional control” rear external button, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 136 – Master hydraulics switch in EDC + AUX position, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 137 – Engine switch — drop in RPM in ON position, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 14 – Differential lock switch ON position signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 15 – Master hydraulics switch: EHS position signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 200 – One of the left indicator bulbs is faulty (ISOBUS attachment) [ECCU3] – 2 – Processor error [ECCU3] – 20 – Rear PTO signal from left external button is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 201 – One of the brake light bulbs is faulty (ISOBUS attachment) [ECCU3] – 202 – One of the brake light bulbs is faulty (ISOBUS attachment) [ECCU3] – 203 – One of the side light bulbs is faulty (ISOBUS attachment) [ECCU3] – 204 – One of the work light bulbs is faulty (ISOBUS attachment) [ECCU3] – 22 – Rear PTO signal from right external button is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 220 – no communication with ARU [ECCU3] – 221 – no communication with AUX 1 [ECCU3] – 222 – no communication with EDC [ECCU3] – 223 – No communication with EEM [ECCU3] – 224 – No communication with FMGR [ECCU3] – 26 – Rear PTO signal from button in ON position is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 27 – Rear PTO signal from button in OFF position is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 28 – Front PTO signal from button in ON position is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 29 – Front PTO signal from button in OFF position is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 3 – Processor error [ECCU3] – 31 – Rear PTO signal from management button in ON position is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 34 – Differential lock switch MANAGEMENT position signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 37 – Headland turn sequencing (HTS) button in RECORD position, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 38 – HTS button in PLAY position, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 39 – HTS button in STOP position, signal is permanently set to + [ECCU3] – 4 – Processor error [ECCU3] – 41 – Front PTO slip too high [ECCU3] – 43 – Rear PTO slip too high [ECCU3] – 44 – Front PTO — RPM set even though PTO is deactivated [ECCU3] – 45 – Rear PTO — RPM set even though PTO is deactivated [ECCU3] – 46 – Front PTO RPM — no signal from RPM sensor [ECCU3] – 47 – Rear PTO RPM — no signal from RPM sensor [ECCU3] – 48 – Front PTO — On button operated for too long [ECCU3] – 49 – Rear PTO — On button operated for too long [ECCU3] – 50 – Differential lock does not switch ON [ECCU3] – 5 – Processor error [ECCU3] – 53 – Reversible fan does not switch ON [ECCU3] – 55 – Differential lock — output overheating [ECCU3] – 56 – Front PTO — output overheating [ECCU3] – 57 – Rear PTO — output overheating [ECCU3] – 58 – Reversible fan — output overheating [ECCU3] – 65 – Front PTO — power measured even though PTO deactivated [ECCU3] – 66 – Front PTO — no power measured even though PTO activated [ECCU3] – 67 – Rear PTO — power measured even though PTO deactivated [ECCU3] – 68 – Rear PTO — no power measured even though PTO activated [ECCU3] – 72 – Front hydraulic lift position sensor — value above permissible range [ECCU3] – 73 – Front hydraulic lift position sensor — value below permissible range [ECCU3] – 85 – AUX 1 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 86 – AUX 2 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 87 – AUX 3 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 88 – AUX 4 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 89 – AUX 5 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 90 – AUX 6 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 91 – AUX 7 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 92 – AUX 8 switched off due to overheating [ECCU3] – 98 – +12 V supply voltage too high (> 16 V)
  • [ECCU3] – 99 – +12 V supply voltage too low (< 10 V) [EDC] – 11 – Solenoid Y6 LIFT does not switch on [EDC] – 12 – Solenoid Y7 LOWER does not switch on [EDC] – 13 – RAISE/LOWER solenoid valves shorted [EDC] – 14 – Signal from RAISE button outside permissible range [EDC] – 15 – Signal from LOWER button outside permissible range [EDC] – 16 – Stabilised supply voltage for sensors and control instruments is faulty [EDC] – 17 – Supply voltage too high (> 18 V)
  • [EDC] – 22 – Signal for angle-of-rotation sensor is faulty
  • [EDC] – 23 – The signal for R6/1 SET POINT potentiometer exceeds the permissible range
  • [EDC] – 26 – EDC D+ signal not present
  • [EDC] – 28 – EDC CAN bus message not received by ECCU
  • [EDC] – 31 – Signal from right force sensor B10/2 is faulty
  • [EDC] – 32 – Signal from left force sensor B10/1 is faulty
  • [EDC] – 38 – External pressure sensor not connected
  • [EDC] – 41 – Signal from radar sensor B16 is faulty or not present
  • [EDC] – 42 – Theoretical speed signal is incorrect or not present
  • [EDC] – 43 – Rotation angle sensor not calibrated
  • [EEM3] – 100 – Boost pressure sensor, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 10 – EEPROM error
  • [EEM3] – 101 – Boost pressure sensor, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 102 – Boost pressure too low
  • [EEM3] – 103 – Boost pressure too high
  • [EEM3] – 104 – Boost pressure, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 109 – Coolant sensor — temperature, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 110 – Coolant sensor — temperature, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 111 – Coolant sensor — temperature, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 112 – Coolant — temperature too high
  • [EEM3] – 113 – Coolant — temperature alarm
  • [EEM3] – 114 – Boost air temperature sensor, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 115 – Boost air temperature sensor, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 116 – Boost air temperature, value too high
  • [EEM3] – 117 – Boost air temperature sensor, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 121 – Water in fuel
  • [EEM3] – 141 – CAN Bus OFF (vehicle bus)
  • [EEM3] – 143 – CAN Bus OFF (ID module – EEM3)
  • [EEM3] – 146 – RPM default through FMGR too low
  • [EEM3] – 147 – RPM default through FMGR too high
  • [EEM3] – 17 – Battery voltage is far too low
  • [EEM3] – 172 – Upgrade protection error
  • [EEM3] – 18 – Battery voltage is far too high
  • [EEM3] – 19 – Battery voltage, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 20 – Temperature in engine controller too high
  • [EEM3] – 21 – Temperature sensor in engine controller, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 211 – Supply voltage 1 too low
  • [EEM3] – 212 – Supply voltage 1 too high
  • [EEM3] – 215 – Supply voltage 3 too low
  • [EEM3] – 216 – Supply voltage 3 too high
  • [EEM3] – 22 – Temperature sensor in engine controller, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 221 – Engine electronics self test, internal error 1
  • [EEM3] – 222 – Engine electronics self test, internal error 2
  • [EEM3] – 223 – Engine electronics self test, internal error 3
  • [EEM3] – 23 – Temperature sensor in engine controller, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 231 – Engine controller does not switch off
  • [EEM3] – 233 – Engine controller did not switch off last time
  • [EEM3] – 235 – Output 1, short circuit to earth
  • [EEM3] – 237 – Output 3, short circuit to earth
  • [EEM3] – 241 – Output 1, short circuit to battery +
  • [EEM3] – 245 – Engine controller short circuits during operation and then carries on working
  • [EEM3] – 246 – Engine controller short circuits 3 times during operation and then carries on working
  • [EEM3] – 248 – Water in fuel sensor — supply voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 249 – Water in fuel sensor — supply voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 251 – Fuel temperature sensor, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 252 – Fuel temperature sensor, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 253 – Fuel temperature too high
  • [EEM3] – 261 – Fuel temperature sensor, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 263 – Rail pressure sensor — signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 264 – Rail pressure sensor — signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 265 – Rail pressure too high
  • [EEM3] – 266 – Rail pressure, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 269 – Engine RPM, signal faulty
  • [EEM3] – 271 – Engine RPM sensor signal faulty
  • [EEM3] – 272 – Engine RPM sensor signal interrupted
  • [EEM3] – 273 – Engine RPM sensor connections inverted
  • [EEM3] – 276 – Pressure drop in intake system during engine start-up too high
  • [EEM3] – 281 – Camshaft position sensor signal faulty
  • [EEM3] – 282 – Camshaft position sensor signal interrupted
  • [EEM3] – 283 – Camshaft position sensor connections inverted
  • [EEM3] – 284 – Camshaft position sensor signal implausible
  • [EEM3] – 291 – Fuel feed pressure sensor, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 292 – Fuel feed pressure sensor, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 293 – Fuel feed pressure sensor, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 311 – Injector 1 — solenoid valve short circuit to earth
  • [EEM3] – 312 – Injector 1 — solenoid valve short circuit to + supply
  • [EEM3] – 313 – Injector 1 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 314 – Injector 1 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 315 – Injector 1 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 321 – Injector 5 — solenoid valve short circuit to ground
  • [EEM3] – 322 – Injector 5 — solenoid valve short circuit to + supply
  • [EEM3] – 323 – Injector 5 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 324 – Injector 5 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 325 – Injector 5 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 331 – Injector 3 — solenoid valve short circuit to earth
  • [EEM3] – 332 – Injector 3 — solenoid valve short circuit to + supply
  • [EEM3] – 333 – Injector 3 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 334 – Injector 3 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 335 – Injector 3 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 341 – Injector 6 — solenoid valve short circuit to ground
  • [EEM3] – 342 – Injector 6 — solenoid valve short circuit to +supply
  • [EEM3] – 343 – Injector 6 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 344 – Injector 6 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 345 – Injector 6 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 351 – Injector 2 — solenoid valve short circuit to earth
  • [EEM3] – 352 – Injector 2 — solenoid valve short circuit to + supply
  • [EEM3] – 353 – Injector 2 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 354 – Injector 2 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 355 – Injector 2 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 361 – Injector 4 — solenoid valve short circuit to ground
  • [EEM3] – 362 – Injector 4 — solenoid valve short circuit to +supply
  • [EEM3] – 363 – Injector 4 — solenoid valve circuit open
  • [EEM3] – 364 – Injector 4 — solenoid valve open too long
  • [EEM3] – 365 – Injector 4 — solenoid valve error
  • [EEM3] – 371 – Battery voltage is too low
  • [EEM3] – 372 – Battery voltage is too high
  • [EEM3] – 381 – Rail pressure too low
  • [EEM3] – 382 – Rail pressure too high
  • [EEM3] – 383 – Rail pressure is lower than expected
  • [EEM3] – 384 – Rail pressure is higher than expected
  • [EEM3] – 385 – Rail pressure, leakage at idle speed
  • [EEM3] – 386 – Rail pressure, leakage
  • [EEM3] – 387 – Rail pressure signal, leakage at overspeed
  • [EEM3] – 391 – Pressure-relief valve open
  • [EEM3] – 392 – Pressure-relief valve stuck
  • [EEM3] – 421 – High-pressure pump solenoid valve, short circuit to ground
  • [EEM3] – 422 – High-pressure pump solenoid valve, short circuit to + supply
  • [EEM3] – 423 – Solenoid valve high pressure pump open circuit
  • [EEM3] – 424 – High-pressure pump solenoid valve, activation temperature too high
  • [EEM3] – 441 – Fuel pump pressure, value fluctuation
  • [EEM3] – 442 – Fuel pump pressure sensor, signal dropout
  • [EEM3] – 445 – Fuel pump pressure, too high
  • [EEM3] – 446 – Fuel pump pressure, too low
  • [EEM3] – 451 – Incorrect engine specification
  • [EEM3] – 452 – Incorrect serial number
  • [EEM3] – 453 – ID module, no communication
  • [EEM3] – 454 – ID module incompatible with engine controller
  • [EEM3] – 455 – ID module, memory 1 defective
  • [EEM3] – 456 – ID module, supply voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 457 – ID module, supply voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 458 – ID module, temperature too high
  • [EEM3] – 459 – ID module, memory 2 defective
  • [EEM3] – 461 – ID module, internal error 1
  • [EEM3] – 462 – ID module, start error
  • [EEM3] – 463 – Missing engine specification
  • [EEM3] – 464 – Missing serial number
  • [EEM3] – 465 – Missing ID module, bypass function activated
  • [EEM3] – 466 – Missing ID module, bypass function deactivated
  • [EEM3] – 467 – Missing ID module, bypass function timed out
  • [EEM3] – 471 – Air pressure sensor in engine controller, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 472 – Air pressure sensor in engine controller, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 473 – Air pressure too high
  • [EEM3] – 474 – Air pressure sensor in engine controller, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 80 – Accelerator pedal potentiometer, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 81 – Accelerator pedal potentiometer, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 92 – Oil pressure too high
  • [EEM3] – 93 – Oil pressure sensor, no signal
  • [EEM3] – 94 – Overspeed
  • [EEM3] – 95 – Oil pressure sensor is faulty
  • [EEM3] – 96 – Oil pressure sensor, signal voltage too low
  • [EEM3] – 97 – Oil pressure sensor, signal voltage too high
  • [EEM3] – 98 – Oil pressure too low
  • [EEM3] – 99 – Oil pressure too low, alarm
  • [FMGR] – 1 – Processor error (arithmetic, push, pop, stack)
  • [FMGR] – 100 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — signal voltage above valid range
  • [FMGR] – 103 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — signal voltage below valid range
  • [FMGR] – 104 – Signal from plus button (+) stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 105 – Signal from minus button (+) stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 106 – Signal from cruise control switch OFF/Resume stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 109 – Signal from forward switch stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 110 – Signal from reverse switch stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 112 – Signal from seat sensor S8 interrupted
  • [FMGR] – 114 – Seat sensor S8 — Signal permanently on +
  • [FMGR] – 115 – Seat sensor S8 — incorrect input signal phasing
  • [FMGR] – 116 – Brake switch — signal never changes
  • [FMGR] – 117 – Brake switch S6 — incorrect signal
  • [FMGR] – 118 – Brake switch S6 — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 119 – Brake switch S6 — input signal with incorrect phase modulation
  • [FMGR] – 120 – Brake switch S5— signal never changes
  • [FMGR] – 12 – Internal processor memory error (RAM address error) on initialisation
  • [FMGR] – 121 – Brake switch S5 — incorrect signal
  • [FMGR] – 122 – Brake switch S5 — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 123 – Brake switch S5 — input signal with incorrect phase modulation
  • [FMGR] – 124 – Parking brake switch S21 — signal permanently on
  • [FMGR] – 126 – Parking brake switch S21 — signal permanently on +
  • [FMGR] – 127 – Parking brake switch S21 — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 13 – Internal processor memory error (RAM address error) during operation
  • [FMGR] – 130 – Manual mode switch — signal permanently on +
  • [FMGR] – 131 – Manual mode switch — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 134 – Input signal – permanently +
  • [FMGR] – 135 – Input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 138 – 4WD management — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 139 – 4WD management — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 14 – External processor memory error (RAM address error) on initialisation
  • [FMGR] – 142 – 4WD ON — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 143 – 4WD ON — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 146 – Input signal – permanently +
  • [FMGR] – 147 – Input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 15 – External processor memory error (RAM address error) during operation
  • [FMGR] – 150 – Swivel seat switch S8/2 (for reversible driving position) — signal permanently on +
  • [FMGR] – 151 – Swivel seat switch S8/2 (for reversible driving position) — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 154 – Aggressivity switch – signal permanently +
  • [FMGR] – 155 – Aggressivity switch – input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 156 – Coupling switch 80% — signal never changes
  • [FMGR] – 157 – Coupling switch 80% — no plausibility with coupling sensor
  • [FMGR] – 158 – Coupling switch 80% — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 159 – Coupling switch 80% — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 160 – Engine brake switch S20 — signal permanently on
  • [FMGR] – 16 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 0 manufacturer — and ISO data incorrect)
  • [FMGR] – 162 – Engine brake switch S20 — signal permanently on +
  • [FMGR] – 163 – Engine brake switch S20 — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 164 – Parking lock ON — input activated for too long
  • [FMGR] – 166 – Parking lock ON — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 167 – Parking lock ON — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 168 – Signal from shuttle lever “forward drive” stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 170 – Lever position Forwards — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 17 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 1 vehicle data incorrect)
  • [FMGR] – 171 – Lever position Forwards — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 172 – Signal from shuttle lever “reverse drive” stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 174 – Lever position Reverse — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 175 – Lever position Reverse — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 176 – Signal from “neutral sensor” on the shuttle lever stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 178 – Lever position Neutral — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 179 – Lever position Forwards — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 18 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 2 history track incorrect)
  • [FMGR] – 180 – Signal from “shuttle lever raised” stays on too long
  • [FMGR] – 182 – Lever position Deadman — signal permanently on steady plus instead of duty cycle (PWM)
  • [FMGR] – 183 – Lever position Deadman — input signal with incorrect phasing
  • [FMGR] – 200 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — supply voltage too low (<4.5V) [FMGR] – 2 – Processor error (register) [FMGR] – 201 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — supply voltage too high (>6.5V)
  • [FMGR] – 202 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — voltage supply short circuit to +
  • [FMGR] – 203 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — voltage supply short circuit to ground
  • [FMGR] – 204 – Load limit potentiometer — supply voltage too low (<4.5V) [FMGR] – 205 – Load limit potentiometer — supply voltage too high (>6.5V)
  • [FMGR] – 206 – Load limit potentiometer — supply voltage short circuit to +
  • [FMGR] – 207 – Load limit potentiometer — supply voltage short circuit to ground
  • [FMGR] – 208 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — supply voltage too low (<4.5V) [FMGR] – 209 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — supply voltage too high (>6.5V)
  • [FMGR] – 210 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — supply voltage with short to +
  • [FMGR] – 211 – Rotational angle sensor on clutch pedal B17 — voltage supply short circuit to ground
  • [FMGR] – 213 – Clocked switch supply GSV 1 — short circuit with another phase
  • [FMGR] – 214 – Clocked switch supply GSV 1 — short circuit to +
  • [FMGR] – 215 – Clocked switch supply GSV 1 — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [FMGR] – 217 – Clocked switch supply GSV 2 — short circuit with another phase
  • [FMGR] – 218 – Clocked switch supply GSV 2 — short circuit to +
  • [FMGR] – 219 – Clocked switch supply Group 2 — short circuit or short to ground
  • [FMGR] – 221 – Clocked switch supply (GSV3) — short circuit with another phase
  • [FMGR] – 222 – Clocked switch supply (GSV3) — short circuit to +
  • [FMGR] – 223 – Clocked switch supply (GSV3) — short circuit to ground
  • [FMGR] – 232 – Solenoid valve brake oil cooling — activation interrupted
  • [FMGR] – 234 – Solenoid valve 1 brake oil cooling — short to +
  • [FMGR] – 235 – Solenoid valve 1 brake oil cooling — short to ground
  • [FMGR] – 236 – Solenoid valve brake oil cooling — activation interrupted
  • [FMGR] – 238 – Solenoid valve 2 brake oil cooling — short to +
  • [FMGR] – 239 – Solenoid valve 2 brake oil cooling — short to ground
  • [FMGR] – 240 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal (EHS) from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 24 – Processor error (external ILLBUS access incorrect)
  • [FMGR] – 241 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal EEC2 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 242 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal EEC1 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 243 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal DRVST from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 245 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX1 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 246 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX2 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 247 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX3 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 248 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX4 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 249 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX5 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 25 – Processor error (ILLINA instruction incorrect)
  • [FMGR] – 251 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal ECCU1 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 252 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal ECCU2 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 253 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal ECCU3 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 255 – CAN Bus OFF
  • [FMGR] – 26 – Processor error (ILLOPA access to odd address, compiler error)
  • [FMGR] – 27 – Processor error (PRTFLT memory protection area indicator)
  • [FMGR] – 28 – Processor error (UNDOPC no valid C167 command)
  • [FMGR] – 29 – Processor error (STKUF stack sector below requirement)
  • [FMGR] – 30 – Processor error (STKUF stack sensor above requirement)
  • [FMGR] – 3 – Processor error (internal watchdog)
  • [FMGR] – 31 – Unauthorised non-maskable interrupts (NMI) active
  • [FMGR] – 32 – Local CAN Bus signal TR2 receipt in register 0 is faulty
  • [FMGR] – 33 – Local CAN Bus signal TR3 receipt in register 1 is faulty
  • [FMGR] – 34 – Local CAN Bus signal TR4 receipt in register 2 is faulty
  • [FMGR] – 37 – Local CAN Bus signal TR4 receipt in register 5 is faulty
  • [FMGR] – 47 – CAN Bus OFF (gear bus)
  • [FMGR] – 48 – Supply voltage (potential 30) too low
  • [FMGR] – 49 – Supply voltage (potential 30) too high
  • [FMGR] – 50 – Internal relay S-Matic (main switch) does not switch
  • [FMGR] – 5 – Processor error (external watchdog)
  • [FMGR] – 51 – Internal relay S-Matic (main switch) stuck
  • [FMGR] – 54 – Incorrect reception of CAN bus signal AUX6 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 55 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX7 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 56 – Faulty reception of CAN bus signal AUX8 from vehicle
  • [FMGR] – 63 – SGR sends incorrect response to FMGR query
  • [FMGR] – 64 – Engine from wrong power class
  • [FMGR] – 69 – Engine adjustment impossible
  • [FMGR] – 7 – FMGR status as at factory, no valid parameters
  • [FMGR] – 8 – Processor memory error (flash checksum) on initialisation
  • [FMGR] – 84 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — signal voltage (analogue 1) above permissible range
  • [FMGR] – 85 – Accelerator pedal potentiometer R8 — faulty signal
  • [FMGR] – 87 – Potentiometer on accelerator pedal R8 — signal voltage (analogue 1) below permissible range
  • [FMGR] – 9 – Processor memory error (flash checksum) during operation
  • [FMGR] – 93 – Hand throttle — faulty sensor signal
  • [ICU] – 2 – CAN Bus OFF
  • [SGR] – 1 – Processor error (arithmetic, push, pop, system stack)
  • [SGR] – 104 – Lubrication pressure sensor — signal voltage above valid range
  • [SGR] – 105 – Lubrication pressure sensor — missing lubricant pressure signal
  • [SGR] – 106 – Lubricant pressure sensor — oil pressure too low
  • [SGR] – 107 – Lubrication pressure sensor — signal voltage below valid range
  • [SGR] – 108 – Lubrication pressure sensor — lubricant pressure too high
  • [SGR] – 112 – System pressure sensor — signal voltage above valid range
  • [SGR] – 113 – System pressure sensor — System pressure too low
  • [SGR] – 114 – System pressure sensor — system pressure too low, remedy active
  • [SGR] – 115 – System pressure sensor — signal voltage below valid range
  • [SGR] – 116 – System pressure sensor — System pressure too high
  • [SGR] – 117 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear change
  • [SGR] – 118 – System pressure sensor — system pressure too low, engine speed increase shows no effect
  • [SGR] – 12 – Processor memory error (RAM address error) internal on initialisation
  • [SGR] – 120 – Temperature sensor — interrupted, or short to +
  • [SGR] – 121 – Temperature sensor — temperature gradient above valid range
  • [SGR] – 122 – Temperature sensor — temperature too high
  • [SGR] – 123 – Temperature sensor — short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 124 – Temperature sensor — temperature too low — limited operation
  • [SGR] – 125 – Temperature sensor — temperature gradient below valid range
  • [SGR] – 126 – Temperature sensor — temperature too low — no operation
  • [SGR] – 13 – Processor memory error (RAM address error) internal during operation
  • [SGR] – 130 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch 1
  • [SGR] – 131 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch 2
  • [SGR] – 132 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch 3
  • [SGR] – 133 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch 4
  • [SGR] – 134 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch KV
  • [SGR] – 135 – System pressure sensor — pressure drop during gear shift clutch KR
  • [SGR] – 136 – Pressure filter input — pressure filter dirty, change
  • [SGR] – 14 – Processor memory error (RAM address error) external on initialisation
  • [SGR] – 144 – HCU — no feedback
  • [SGR] – 145 – Electronic hydrostat — incorrect reading
  • [SGR] – 146 – Hydrostat — no feedback from index sensor
  • [SGR] – 147 – Electronic hydrostat — several initialisation attempts
  • [SGR] – 148 – Hydrostat — step loss after start switch ON
  • [SGR] – 149 – Parking lock — engaging operation aborted, first part, too much travel
  • [SGR] – 150 – Parking lock — engaging operation aborted, second part, too much travel
  • [SGR] – 15 – Processor memory error (RAM address error) external during operation
  • [SGR] – 151 – Parking lock — engaging operation aborted, first part, no pressure build-up
  • [SGR] – 152 – Parking lock — engaging operation aborted, second part, no pressure build-up
  • [SGR] – 153 – Parking lock — check aborted, first part, too much travel
  • [SGR] – 154 – Parking lock — check aborted, second part, too much travel
  • [SGR] – 155 – Parking lock — check aborted, first part, no pressure build-up
  • [SGR] – 156 – Parking lock — check aborted, second part, no pressure build-up
  • [SGR] – 157 – Parking lock — check aborted, pressure build-up before engaging neutral, too much travel
  • [SGR] – 16 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 0) incorrect
  • [SGR] – 170 – Hydrostat — voltage supply short to +
  • [SGR] – 17 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 1) incorrect
  • [SGR] – 171 – Hydrostat — voltage supply short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 176 – Solenoid valve 4WD — address procedure interrupted
  • [SGR] – 177 – Solenoid valve 4WD — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 178 – Solenoid valve 4WD — short to +
  • [SGR] – 179 – Solenoid valve 4WD — short circuit, short to ground
  • [SGR] – 18 – Processor memory error (EEPROM checksum 2) incorrect
  • [SGR] – 184 – Solenoid valve forwards — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 185 – Solenoid valve clutch forwards — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 186 – Solenoid valve clutch forwards — short to +
  • [SGR] – 187 – Solenoid valve clutch forwards — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 188 – Clutch forwards — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 189 – Clutch forwards — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 190 – Clutch forwards — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 192 – Solenoid valve clutch reverse — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 193 – Solenoid valve clutch reverse — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 194 – Solenoid valve clutch forwards — short to +
  • [SGR] – 195 – Solenoid valve clutch reverse — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 196 – Clutch reverse — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 197 – Clutch reverse — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 198 – Clutch reverse — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 2 – Processor error (register)
  • [SGR] – 200 – Solenoid valve clutch 1 — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 201 – Solenoid valve clutch 1 — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 202 – Solenoid valve clutch 1 — short to +
  • [SGR] – 203 – Solenoid valve clutch 1 — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 204 – Clutch 1 — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 205 – Clutch K1 — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 206 – Clutch K1 — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 208 – Solenoid valve clutch 2 — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 209 – Solenoid valve clutch 2 — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 210 – Solenoid valve clutch 2 — short to +
  • [SGR] – 211 – Solenoid valve clutch 2 — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 212 – Clutch K2 — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 213 – Clutch K2 — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 214 – Clutch K2 — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 216 – Solenoid valve clutch 3 — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 217 – Solenoid valve clutch 3 — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 218 – Solenoid valve clutch 3 — short to +
  • [SGR] – 219 – Solenoid valve clutch 3 — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 220 – Clutch K3 — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 221 – Clutch K3 — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 222 – Clutch K3 — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 224 – Solenoid valve clutch 4 — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 225 – Solenoid valve clutch 4 — faulty PWM signal
  • [SGR] – 226 – Solenoid valve clutch 4 — short to +
  • [SGR] – 227 – Solenoid valve clutch 4 — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 228 – Clutch K4 — clutch does not disengage
  • [SGR] – 229 – Clutch K4 — clutch does not engage
  • [SGR] – 230 – Clutch K4 — clutch slips
  • [SGR] – 232 – Solenoid valve parking lock On — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 234 – Solenoid valve parking lock ON — short to +
  • [SGR] – 235 – Solenoid valve parking lock On — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 236 – Parking lock — parking lock cannot be inserted
  • [SGR] – 237 – Parking lock — parking lock does not lock
  • [SGR] – 24 – Processor error (external bus access incorrect)
  • [SGR] – 240 – Solenoid valve parking lock Off — activation interrupted
  • [SGR] – 242 – Solenoid valve parking lock Off — short to +
  • [SGR] – 243 – Solenoid valve parking lock — short circuit, or short to ground
  • [SGR] – 25 – Processor error (instruction incorrect)
  • [SGR] – 26 – Processor error (access to odd address, compiler error)
  • [SGR] – 27 – Processor error (protected memory area indicator)
  • [SGR] – 28 – Programme error (no valid C167 command)
  • [SGR] – 29 – Processor memory error (falls short of stack range)
  • [SGR] – 3 – Processor error (internal watchdog)
  • [SGR] – 30 – Processor memory error (stack range exceeded)
  • [SGR] – 31 – Non-maskable interrupt illegally active
  • [SGR] – 32 – Faulty reception of local CAN bus signal 1 SGR
  • [SGR] – 33 – Faulty reception of local CAN bus signal 2 SGR
  • [SGR] – 35 – Faulty reception of local CAN bus signal engine
  • [SGR] – 47 – CAN Bus OFF (gearbox bus)
  • [SGR] – 48 – Supply voltage (potential 30) too low
  • [SGR] – 49 – Supply voltage (potential 30) too high
  • [SGR] – 50 – Main switch for valves does not switch
  • [SGR] – 5 – Processor error (external watchdog)
  • [SGR] – 51 – Main switch for valves is permanently on (stuck)
  • [SGR] – 52 – Hydrostat, calibration data outside of tolerance
  • [SGR] – 53 – Hydrostat, transmission ratio not attained
  • [SGR] – 54 – Maximum high pressure for hydrostat reached
  • [SGR] – 56 – Illegal activation of gear clutches
  • [SGR] – 60 – Hydrostat calibration error
  • [SGR] – 61 – Implausible hydrostat calibration data in EEPROM
  • [SGR] – 63 – FMGR-SGR Check: failed
  • [SGR] – 64 – Speed sensor B24 cartridge input — interruption or short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 65 – Speed sensor B24 cartridge input — sensor short circuit
  • [SGR] – 66 – Input speed cartridge too high
  • [SGR] – 67 – Speed sensor B24 cartridge input — sensor dropout
  • [SGR] – 68 – Speed sensor B35 planetary carrier 1/2 — interruption or short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 69 – Speed sensor B35 planetary carrier 1/2 — sensor short circuit
  • [SGR] – 70 – Planetary carrier 1/2 speed too high
  • [SGR] – 7 – SGR status as at factory, no valid parameters
  • [SGR] – 71 – Speed sensor B35 planetary carrier 1/2 — signal dropout
  • [SGR] – 72 – Speed sensor B27 output speed 1 — interruption or short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 73 – Speed sensor B27 output speed 1 — sensor short circuit
  • [SGR] – 74 – Output speed 1 too high
  • [SGR] – 75 – Speed sensor B27 output speed 1 — sensor dropout
  • [SGR] – 76 – Speed sensor B25 planetary carrier 3/4 — interruption or short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 77 – Speed sensor B25 planetary carrier 3/4 — sensor short circuit
  • [SGR] – 78 – Planetary carrier 3/4 speed too high
  • [SGR] – 79 – Speed sensor B25 planetary carrier 3/4 — signal dropout
  • [SGR] – 8 – Processor memory error (Flash checksum) on initialisation
  • [SGR] – 80 – Speed sensor B26 output speed 2 — interruption or short circuit to ground
  • [SGR] – 81 – Speed sensor B26 output speed 2 — sensor short circuit
  • [SGR] – 82 – Output speed 2 too high
  • [SGR] – 84 – Input speed cartridge — implausible
  • [SGR] – 85 – Speed of planetary carrier 1-2 — implausible
  • [SGR] – 86 – Output speed — implausible
  • [SGR] – 87 – Speed of planetary carrier 3-4 — implausible
  • [SGR] – 88 – Output speed — incongruent rotational direction
  • [SGR] – 9 – Processor memory error (Flash checksum) during operation
  • [SGR] – 90 – Standstill control aborted
  • [SGR] – 96 – Input A0 (analogue limp home) — voltage too high
  • [SGR] – 97 – Input A0 (analogue limp home) — faulty signal
  • [SGR] – 99 – Input A0 (analogue limp home) — voltage too low
  • 002 No Code – No power to Communication Converter Box from electronic service tool (EST) connector.
  • 003 No Code – GPS Receiver is not powered.
  • 004 No Code – LB+ circuit is not powered at the 9-pin Tractor to Implement connector.
  • 005 No Code – HB+ circuit is not powered at the 9-pin Tractor to Implement connector.
  • 006 No Code – “Bad Application Pointer” error on the Display
  • 007 No Code – Implement status always shown as down on the Display.
  • 008 No Code – Implement status always shown as up on the Display.
  • 009 No Code – Implement status always shown as up or always as down on the Display.
  • 010 No Code – Markers do not alternate in Automatic mode of operation.
  • 011 No Code – No ground speed shown on the Display when the planter is lowered and moving.
  • 012 No Code – Enhanced lights do not operate.
  • 013 No Code – Tail lights do not function.
  • 014 No Code – Left hand warning lamp does not function.
  • 015 No Code – Right hand warning lamp does not function.
  • 016 No Code – The Fold solenoid does not energize when using the manual fold connector.
  • 017 No Code – Sensor screen on the Display shows the wrong number of connected seed sensors and no fault code is active.
  • 018 No Code – Vacuum sensor does not operate, does not display as connected on the Sensor screen, and no faults codes are active.
  • 019 No Code – Vacuum sensor does not operate and no fault codes are active.
  • 020 No Code – Hopper Level sensor does not operate and no fault codes are active.
  • 10000 – MCC1 detects that the Display has stopped communicating for at least 5 seconds.
  • 10000 – MIU fault logic detects that the Display has stopped communicating for at least 5 seconds.
  • 10001 – MCC1 detects that the MIU has stopped communicating for at least 5 seconds.
  • 10002 – MCC1 fault logic detects that the MIU has an initialization fault.
  • 1000 – Display Warning: The software required for the connected implement is not on the Universal Display.
  • 1001 – Display Warning: The software required for the connected implement is corrupted on the Universal Display.
  • 1002 – Display Warning: The Real Time Clock memory has failed in the Universal Display.
  • 10bb0 – Display Warning: Seed sensor bb has detected a fault.
  • 10bb1 – Display Warning: The number of sensors detected as connected is different than the entered number.
  • 10bb2 – Display Warning: Row bb is not planting.
  • 10bb3 – Display Warning: Row bb planting rate is incorrect.
  • 11000 – Display Warning: Attempting to plant with the Master Control OFF while the planter is lowered and moving.
  • 11001 – Display Warning: Field not selected.
  • 13001 – Display Warning: Display does not detect datacard.
  • 13002 – Display Warning: The datacard has been removed while power is applied.
  • 13003 – Display Warning: The data on the datacard is corrupted.
  • 13004 – Display Warning: Read or write access to the datacard has failed.
  • 13005 – Display Warning: Datacard is 90% full.
  • 13006 – Display Warning: Datacard is 100% full. As-applied data is no longer being recorded.
  • 13007 – Display Warning: Display software cannot read a farm on the datacard.
  • 13008 – Display Warning: Display software cannot read a field file on the datacard.
  • 13009 – Display Warning: Display software cannot read a prescription file on the datacard.
  • 14000 – MIU: Seed sensor bus communication error. MIU is not receiving input from 5 consecutively connected sensors.
  • 14010 – Display Warning: Seed section controller is at maximum duty (100% output).
  • 14012 – Display Warning: Vacuum fan controller is at maximum duty (100% output).
  • 15010 – Display Warning: Seed section controller is at minimum design output.
  • 16010 – Display Warning: Seed section controller is at maximum design limit.
  • 17000 – Display Warning: The left hand or right hand seed hopper level is low.
  • 2000 – Display Warning: The planter configuration was not received from the MIU.
  • 2001 – Display Warning: An unknown product configuration was received from the MCC.
  • 2002 – Display Warning: The sensor bus configuration values have not been received from the MIU.
  • 2003 – Display Warning: The Display cannot retrieve manufacturing identification information from the MIU.
  • 3000 – Display Warning: Communication has been interrupted between the Universal Display and the MIU controller.
  • 3001 – Display Warning: The MIU controller has logged a new fault code and is now disabled.
  • 3012 – MIU: The left hand ground speed sensor has detected a wheel speed greater than 70 kilometers per hour (45 mph).
  • 3013 – MIU detects unstable reading from the left hand ground speed sensor.
  • 3032 – MIU: The right hand ground speed sensor has detected a wheel speed greater than 70 kilometers per hour (45 mph).
  • 3033 – MIU detects unstable readings from the right hand ground speed sensor.
  • 4010 – Display Warning: Communication has been interrupted between the Universal Display and the MCC1 controller.
  • 4011 – Display Warning: The MCC1 has logged a new fault code and is now disabled.
  • 43010 – MIU: The sensor bus is reporting a Vacuum Sensor fault.
  • 45010 – MIU: The sensor bus is reporting a Bin Level Sensor fault.
  • 49bb1 – MIU: Seed sensor bb failed during self-test.
  • 49bb3 – MIU: Seed sensor bb is not communicating correctly during normal operation.
  • 5000 – Display Warning: The Display has not received any Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) communications from the MIU.
  • 50010 – MIU: Corrupt CAN source address in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50010 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Vacuum Controller Duty in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 5001 – Display Warning: The Display has received a negative response for requested Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) information.
  • 50020 – MIU: Corrupt Planter Type in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50020 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Seed Drive #n Controller Duty in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 5002 – Display Warning: The Display has received a negative response when sending Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) information.
  • 50030 – MIU: Corrupt Number of Sections in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50030 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Bulk Fan Controller Duty in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50040 – MIU: Corrupt System Options in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50040 – MCC2: Corrupt Minimum Liquid Controller Duty in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50050 – MIU: Corrupt Left Distance Calibration Number in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50050 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Vacuum Controller Gain (Tune) in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50060 – MIU: Corrupt Right Distance Calibration Number in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50060 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Seed Drive #n Controller Gain (Tune) in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50070 – MIU: Corrupt Minimum Frame Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50070 – MCC1: Corrupt Minimum Bulk Fan Controller Gain (Tune) in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50080 – MIU: Corrupt Plant Start Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50080 – MCC1: Corrupt minimum Liquid Controller Gain (Tune) in NVM (Non-Volatile Memory).
  • 50090 – MIU: Corrupt Plant Stop Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50100 – MIU: Corrupt Wing Drop Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50110 – MIU: Corrupt Limited Raise Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 5011 – MIU detects an open or shorted MIU Interlock Relay, or the MIU Interlock Relay driver is faulted.
  • 5011 – MCC1 controller detects an open or shorted connection to the MCC1 Interlock relay or the MCC1 Interlock Relay driver has faulted.
  • 50120 – MIU: Corrupt Maximum Frame Height Calibration Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50130 – MIU: Corrupt Seed Sensor Bus Break Point Value in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 50140 – MIU: Corrupt Radar Distance Calibration Number in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).
  • 60000 – MIU: The radar speed sensor has detected a wheel speed greater than 70 kilometers per hour (45 mph).
  • 6000 – Display Warning: The Display has received corrupt/invalid Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) data from the MIU.
  • 6001 – Display Warning: Planter setup items have been lost or have not been setup on the MIU.
  • 6002 – Display Warning: Product setup values have been lost or have not been setup on the MIU.
  • 6003 – Display Warning: Area counters have been lost or have not been setup on the MIU.
  • 6004 – Display Warning: Frame calibration values have been lost or have not been setup on the MIU.
  • 6013 – MIU detects that the Frame Fold Solenoid has an open circuit.
  • 6014 – MIU detects that the Frame Fold Solenoid is shorted or the MIU pin is shorted to power.
  • 6015 – MIU detects power to the Frame Fold Solenoid driver when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 6018 – MIU detects that the Frame Fold Solenoid driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 6093 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Marker Solenoid has an open circuit.
  • 6094 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Marker Solenoid is shorted or the MIU pin is shorted to power.
  • 6095 – MIU detects power to the Left Hand Marker Solenoid driver when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 6098 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Marker Solenoid driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 6103 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Marker Solenoid has an open circuit.
  • 6104 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Marker Solenoid is shorted or the MIU pin is shorted to power.
  • 6105 – MIU detects power to the Right Hand Marker Solenoid driver when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 6108 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Marker Solenoid driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 7010 – Display Warning: Seed Controller PWM driver fault.
  • 7012 – Display Warning: Vacuum Controller Fan driver fault.
  • 7013 – MCC1 detects that the Vacuum Fan solenoid valve has an open circuit.
  • 7014 – MCC1 detects that the Vacuum Fan Solenoid is shorted or the MCC1 pin is shorted to power.
  • 7015 – MCC1 detects power to the Vacuum Fan Solenoid driver when the MCC1 Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 7018 – MCC1 detects that the Vacuum Fan Solenoid driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 7023 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Enhanced Light has an open circuit.
  • 7023 – MCC1 detects that the Seed Section 1 drive solenoid valve has an open circuit.
  • 7024 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Enhanced Light is shorted or the MIU pin is shorted to power.
  • 7024 – MCC1 detects that the Seed Section 1 drive solenoid valve is shorted or the MCC1 pin is shorted to power.
  • 7025 – MIU detects power to the Left Hand Enhanced Light driver when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 7025 – MCC1 controller detects power to the Seed Section 1 drive solenoid valve when the MCC1 Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 7028 – MIU detects that the Left Hand Enhanced Light driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 7028 – MCC1 detects that the Seed Section 1 solenoid driver is stuck on or off.
  • 7043 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Enhanced Light has an open circuit.
  • 7044 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Enhanced Light is shorted or the MIU pin is shorted to power.
  • 7045 – MIU detects power to the Right Hand Enhanced Light when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 7048 – MIU detects that the Right Hand Enhanced Light driver is stuck On or Off.
  • 8000 – MIU detects less than 9.8 volts at the battery input pin.
  • 8000 – MCC1 controller detects less than 9.8 volts at the battery input pin.
  • 8001 – MIU detects greater than 18.25 volts at the battery input pin.
  • 8001 – MCC1 controller detects greater than 18.25 volts at the battery input pin.
  • 8002 – MIU detects less than 9.8 volts at the Load Clamp input pin.
  • 8002 – MCC1 controller detects less than 9.8 volts at the load clamp input pin.
  • 8003 – MIU detects power when the MIU Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 8003 – MCC1 controller detects power when the MCC1 Interlock Relay is disabled.
  • 8010 – Display Warning: Seed Section 1 rate is out of range.
  • 8012 – Display Warning: Vacuum fan rate is out of range.
  • 9000 – MIU detects that the CAN (Controller Area Network) has stopped communicating.
  • 9000 – MCC1 controller detects that the CAN (Controller Area Network) has stopped communicating.
  • 9002 – MIU: CAN address control input signal not present to permit address claiming.
  • 9002 – MCC1: CAN address control input signal not present from the preceding controller to permit address claiming.
  • 9003 – MIU: CAN address control input signal HIGH at initialization.
  • 9003 – MCC1: CAN address control input signal is shorted to power at power up.
  • 520193-04 – ECU_PWR, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520194-03 – Sensor Pwr, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520194-04 – Sensor Pwr, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520195-03 – PWR, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520195-04 – PWR, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520196-03 – Internal 5V, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520196-04 – Internal 5V, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520197-03 – Internal 8V, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520197-04 – Internal 8V, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520198-03 – Internal 2.5V Ref, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520198-04 – Internal 2.5V Ref, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520199-03 – Internal 5V Pwr, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520199-04 – Internal 5V Pwr, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520200-03 – +5V, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520200-04 – +5V, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520201-03 – Ground Difference, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520201-04 – Ground Difference, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520202-03 – Implement CAN_H, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520202-04 – Implement CAN_H, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520203-03 – Implement CAN_L, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520203-04 – Implement CAN_L, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520208-03 – WHEEL_GROUND_SPD_1, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520208-04 – WHEEL_GROUND_SPD_1, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520208-08 – WHEEL_GROUND_SPD_1, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520210-03 – BULK_FAN_SPD, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520210-04 – BULK_FAN_SPD, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520210-08 – BULK_FAN_SPD, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520211-03 – WORK_SWITCH, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520211-04 – WORK_SWITCH, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520212-03 – METER_1_AIR_SPD, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520212-04 – METER_1_AIR_SPD, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520212-08 – METER_1_AIR_SPD, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520213-03 – METER_2_AIR_SPD, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520213-04 – METER_2_AIR_SPD, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520213-08 – METER_2_AIR_SPD, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520215-03 – METER_1_SPD, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520215-04 – METER_1_SPD, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520215-08 – METER_1_SPD, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520216-03 – METER_2_SPD, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520216-04 – METER_2_SPD, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520216-08 – METER_2_SPD, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520218-03 – TANK_1_LOW, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520218-04 – TANK_1_LOW, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520218-08 – TANK_1_LOW, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520219-03 – TANK_2_LOW, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520219-04 – TANK_2_LOW, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520219-08 – TANK_2_LOW, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520221-03 – TANK_1_LEVEL, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520221-04 – TANK_1_LEVEL, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520221-08 – TANK_1_LEVEL, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520222-03 – TANK_2_LEVEL, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520222-04 – TANK_2_LEVEL, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520222-08 – TANK_2_LEVEL, Abnormal frequency, pulse width, or period
  • 520233-03 – Valve Solenoid 2A Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520233-04 – Valve Solenoid 2A voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520233-05 – Valve Solenoid 2A Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520233-06 – Valve Solenoid 2A Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520234-03 – Valve Solenoid 2B Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520234-04 – Valve Solenoid 2B voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520234-05 – Valve Solenoid 2B Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520234-06 – Valve Solenoid 2B Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520235-03 – Valve Solenoid 2C Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520235-04 – Valve Solenoid 2C Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520235-05 – Valve Solenoid 2C Current below normal or open circuit
  • 520235-06 – Valve Solenoid 2C Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520236-03 – Valve Solenoid 2D Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520236-04 – Valve Solenoid 2D Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520236-05 – Valve Solenoid 2D Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520236-06 – Valve Solenoid 2D Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520237-03 – Valve Solenoid 2E Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520237-04 – Valve Solenoid 2E Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520237-05 – Valve Solenoid 2E Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520237-06 – Valve Solenoid 2E Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520238-03 – Valve Solenoid 3A Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520238-04 – Valve Solenoid 3A Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520239-03 – Valve Solenoid 3B Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520239-04 – Valve Solenoid 3B Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520240-03 – Valve Solenoid 3C Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520240-04 – Valve Solenoid 3C Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520241-03 – Valve Solenoid 3D Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520241-04 – Valve Solenoid 3D Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520265-03 – CALIBRATION_SWITCH, Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520265-04 – CALIBRATION_SWITCH, Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520295-03 – Left Caster Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520295-04 – Left Caster Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520295-05 – Left Caster Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520296-03 – Right Caster Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520296-04 – Right Caster Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520296-05 – Right Caster Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520301-03 – Left Drawtube Latch Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520301-04 – Left Drawtube Latch Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520301-05 – Left Drawtube Latch Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520302-03 – Right Drawtube Latch Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520302-04 – Right Drawtube Latch Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520302-05 – Right Drawtube Latch Current below normal or open circuit
  • 520304-03 – Left Drawtube Back Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520304-04 – Left Drawtube Back Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520304-05 – Left Drawtube Back Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520305-03 – Right Drawtube Back Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520305-04 – Right Drawtube Back Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520305-05 – Right Drawtube Back Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520306-03 – Left Wing Frame Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520306-04 – Left Wing Frame Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520306-05 – Left Wing Frame Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520307-03 – Right Wing Frame Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520307-04 – Right Wing Frame Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520307-05 – Right Wing Frame Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520310-03 – Hyd Pres 1 Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520310-04 – Hyd Pres 1 Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520311-03 – Hyd Pres 2 Voltage below normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520311-04 – Hyd Pres 2 Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520312-03 – Hyd Pres 3 Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520312-04 – Hyd Pres 3 Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520313-03 – PRV1 (Wing Frame) Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520313-04 – PRV1 (Wing Frame) Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520313-05 – PRV1 (Wing Frame) Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520313-06 – PRV1 (Wing Frame) Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 520314-03 – PRV2 (Opener) Voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 520314-04 – PRV2 (Opener) Voltage below normal, or shorted to low source
  • 520314-05 – PRV2 (Opener) Current below normal, or open circuit
  • 520314-06 – PRV2 (Opener) Current above normal, or shorted to ground
  • 112 – EGR potentiometer valve could not be completely closed
  • 119 – Engine crank signal present for 300 seconds
  • 121 – Cold start lamp fault
  • 123 – Diagnostic lamp fault
  • 126 – Battery voltage fault
  • 12B – Grid heater relay fault
  • 131 – Coolant temperature sensor fault
  • 134 – Intake air pressure sensor fault
  • 141 – Engine speed sensor fault
  • 186 – EGR valve position sensor fault
  • 189 – EGR valve position driver fault
  • 1E5 – Sensor voltage supply fault
  • 224 – High coolant temperature lamp fault
  • 2E5 – Sensor ground fault
  • 1004 – Hydraulic Filter Restriction Switch – Hydraulic Filter Restricted
  • 1009 – Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sender – Over Temperature >210° F
  • 1014 – Cluster Battery Monitor: Over Voltage > 16.5 volts
  • 1015 – Cluster Battery Monitor: Under Voltage < 11.5 volts 1025 – Throttle Sensor – Out Of Range Short to Power 1030 – Throttle Sensor – Out Of Range Short to Ground/ Open Circuit 1041 – RPM Monitoring – Over Speed 1045 – Fuel Level Sensor Open Circuit 111 – EGR potentiometer valve could not be completely opened 112 – EGR potentiometer valve could not be completely closed 119 – Engine crank signal present for 300 seconds 1201 – Hydraulic Filter Restriction Switch – OC 1202 – RPM Monitoring – Over Speed (Max) 1203 – RPM Monitoring – Open Circuit/ Short to Ground/ Short to Power 1204 – Start Sequence – Key Switch State – Engine Running Plausability Fault 1205 – Hydraulic Enable (EH Machines) – Hydraulic Enable Output, Short to Power 1206 – CAN Connection: Configuration Response Timeout 1207 – Memory Parameters – Invalid Configuration Between IC and UCM 1208 – Seat Switch – Plausibility Fault 1211 – Calibration Functions – Joystick Calibration Not Complete 1212 – Calibration Functions – Ground Drive Calibration Not Complete 1213 – Calibration Functions – Loader Valve Calibration Not Complete 1214 – Calibration Functions – Throttle Calibration Not Complete 1221 – Health Monitor Functions – UCM – UCM Temperature / Current Draw Over Limit 1222 – Health Monitor Functions – UCM – UCM Sustained Over Temperature Limit 1223 – Health Monitor Functions – UCM – UCM Sustained Over Current Limit 1224 – Health Monitor Functions – UCM – Internal Memory or Core Monitoring Fault 1225 – Health Monitor Functions – UCM – EEPROM Memory Checksum Fault 126 – Battery voltage fault 131 – Coolant temperature sensor fault 134 – Intake air pressure sensor fault 1350 – Hyd Enable Switch – Implausible State (Hardwire vs CAN) 141 – Engine speed sensor fault 1511 – Right Brake Lights Open Circuit 1512 – Right Brake Lights Short to Ground 1513 – Right Brake Lights Short to Power 1521 – Left Brake Lights Open Circuit 1522 – Left Brake Lights Short to Ground 1523 – Left Brake Lights Short to Power 1532 – Backup Alarm – Short to Ground 1533 – Backup Alarm – Short to Power 186 – EGR valve position sensor fault 189 – EGR valve position driver fault 1900 – UCM – UCM Ground Fault 1901 – UCM – UCM Supply Voltage High 1902 – UCM – UCM Supply Voltage Low 1903 – UCM – UCM Supply Voltage Below Operational Limit 1904 – UCM – Rail 12VB: 5V Regulators Supply Input Power Off 1905 – UCM – 5VREF1 Sensor Supply Voltage Out of Range 1906 – UCM – 5VREF3 Sensor Supply Voltage Out of Range 1907 – UCM – Rail 12VF1: Aux Retract Input Power Off 1908 – UCM – Rail 12VF2: Bucket Extend Input Power Off 1909 – UCM – Rail 12VF3: Boom Raise/Lower Input Power Off 1910 – UCM – Rail 12VH: Ldr Plt Interlk & Port Lock Input Power Off 1911 – UCM – Rail 12VH1: Left & Right Pump Reverse Input Power Off 1912 – UCM – Rail 12VM: Left & Right Brake Lights & Aux Extend Input Power Off 1913 – UCM – Rail 12VS1: Bucket Curl Input Power Off 1914 – UCM – Rail 12VS2: Backup Alarm Input Power Off 1915 – UCM – Rail 12VT1: Two Speed Input Power Off 1916 – UCM – Rail 12VU1: Right & Left Pumps Forward Input Power Off 1917 – UCM – Rail 12VU2: Park Brake Solenoid Input Power Off 1E5 – Sensor voltage supply fault 2E5 – Sensor ground fault 3000 – Engine Malfunction – ECU Fault – General/Undefined/Air Filter Restriction 3007 – Engine Coolant Temperature Sender – Short to Ground 3008 – Engine Coolant Temperature Sender – Open Circuit 3027 – Oil pressure signal not plausible 3028 – Engine Oil Pressure Switch – Engine Oil Pressure Low 3029 – Engine Oil Pressure Switch – Engine Oil Pressure Switch OC 3154 – Engine Preheat – Glow Plug – STP 3156 – Engine Preheat – Glow Plug – OC 3401 – Engine Start – Fuel Solenoid – STP 3402 – Engine Start – Fuel Solenoid – OC 3403 – Starter: Starter is cranked > 30s
  • 3404 – Starter – STP
  • 3405 – Starter – STG / OC
  • 3405 – ECU Power stages: Open load temperature error on the Turbocharger PWM output power stage
  • 3406 – ECU Power stages: Over temperature error on the Turbocharger PWM output power stage
  • 3408 – Lambda sensor: Oxygen concentration implausibly high
  • 3409 – Oil pressure too low
  • 3410 – Permanent governor deviation for valve
  • 3411 – Permanent governor deviation for valve
  • 3414 – Short circuit in cylinder 1 glow plug
  • 3415 – Short circuit in cylinder 2 glow plug
  • 3416 – Short circuit in cylinder 3 glow plug
  • 3417 – Short circuit in cylinder 4 glow plug
  • 3418 – ECU Power stages: SCB error on the Turbocharger PWM output power stage
  • 3419 – ECU Power stages: SCG error on the Turbocharger PWM output power stage
  • 3425 – Turbocharger: Over boost deviation at P2 too high in pressure charger regulator
  • 3426 – Low efficiency in DPF filter
  • 3427 – Diesel particulate filter (DPF): Signal range check flow resistance of the particulate filter – low
  • 3428 – Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure sensor: not plausibility error
  • 3429 – Diesel Particulate filter Pressure sensor: hoseline plausibility error
  • 3648 – EVGT Boost pressure monitoring for over boost
  • 3657 – Timeout Error of CAN-Receive-Frame CM1BC
  • 3659 – Battery voltage: Power stage diagnosis could be disabled due to high battery voltage
  • 3660 – Battery voltage: Power stage diagnosis could be disabled due to low Battery voltage
  • 3663 – EGR command saturation over higher threshold
  • 3664 – EGR command saturation over lower threshold
  • 3665 – Permanent governor deviation for valve
  • 3666 – Permanent governor deviation for valve
  • 3667 – Open load error for power stage
  • 3668 – Over temperature error for H-bridge
  • 3669 – Short circuit to battery on Out1 error for H-bridge
  • 3670 – Short circuit to battery on Out2 error for H-bridge
  • 3671 – Short circuit to ground on Out1 error for H-bridge
  • 3672 – Short circuit to ground on Out2 error for H-bridge
  • 3673 – Short circuit over load error for H-bridge
  • 3674 – Under voltage error for H-bridge
  • 3675 – DFC for long time valve drift at closed position
  • 3676 – DFC for valve position sensor voltage SRC high
  • 3677 – DFC for valve position sensor voltage SRC low
  • 3689 – Faulty diagnostic data transmission or protocol error
  • 3691 – No load error for low voltage system
  • 3692 – Over temperature error on ECU power stage for glow plug low voltage system
  • 3693 – Short circuit to battery error for low voltage system
  • 3694 – Short circuit to ground error for low voltage system
  • 3695 – Failure in glow plug cylinder 1
  • 3696 – Failure in glow plug cylinder 2
  • 3697 – Failure in glow plug cylinder 3
  • 3698 – Failure in glow plug cylinder 4
  • 3702 – Injection control: Detection of failed engine start
  • 3703 – Injection control: check of minimum rail pressure
  • 3704-3706 – Injector adjustment programming: check of missing injector adjustment value programming
  • 3707 – Lambda sensor: Open circuit at the lambda sensor Nernst cell pin
  • 3708 – Lambda sensor: Open circuit at the lambda sensor pump current pin
  • 3709 – Lambda sensor: Open circuit at the lambda sensor virtual ground pin
  • 3710 – Lambda sensor: Fault to indicate dynamics of the sensor signal too small
  • 3711 – SCB error of the LSU Heater Power stage
  • 3712 – Lambda sensor: SCG error of the LSU heater power stage
  • 3713 – Lambda sensor: Open Load error of the LSU Heater Power stage
  • 3714 – Lambda sensor: Fault code to indicate SRC High error for O2 calibration
  • 3715 – Lambda sensor: SRC Low error for O2 calibration
  • 3716 – Lambda sensor: O2 value above the max threshold
  • 3720 – Lambda sensor: Low battery voltage at the SPI chip
  • 3721 – Lambda sensor: Fault check to indicate SPI chip error of lambda sensor
  • 3722 – Lambda sensor: LSU sensor temperature Ri exceeds the maximum limit
  • 3723 – Lambda sensor: LSU sensor temperature Ri is below the minimum limit
  • 3724 – Lambda sensor: Short to battery at IA, IP, UN, VG
  • 3725 – Lambda sensor: Short to ground at IA, IP, UN, VG
  • 3736 – O2 concentration is outside the predefined window during Heater coupling detection
  • 3737 – Lambda sensor: Over temperature error of the LSU Heater Power stage
  • 3766 – Diesel particulate filter pressure sensor: Fault check for the pressure sensor plausibility
  • 3771 – Oxidation Catalyst: Up and down stream temperature sensors in Oxidation catalysts exchanged
  • 3773 – EVGT Turbocharger Control Underboost Pressure failure
  • 3786 – Diesel particulate filter signal range check is high
  • 3787 – Diesel particulate filter (DPF) : Signal range check flow resistance of the particulate filter – very high
  • 3789 – Regeneration duration exceeds maximum allowed duration
  • 3790 – Diesel particulate filter: Signal range check flow resistance of the particulate filter – max
  • 3794 – Intake air pressure sensor: Plausibility check for air pressure at the upstream of intake valve sensor
  • 3795 – Intake air pressure sensor: Plausibility check for air pressure at the upstream of intake valve sensor
  • 3796 – Diesel particulate filter pressure sensor hose line error
  • 3798 – Diesel particulate filter pressure sensor: SRC low for differential pressure sensor
  • 3799 – Pressure Relief valve: pressure relief valve is forced to open, perform pressure shock
  • 3800 – Pressure relief valve: Quantity balance check if a successful PRV opening is ensured
  • 3801 – Turbine upstream pressure sensor: SRC high for turbine upstream pressure sensor
  • 3802 – Turbine upstream pressure sensor: SRC low for turbine upstream pressure sensor
  • 3815 – Low efficiency in DPF filter
  • 3818 – Open load error for power stage
  • 3820 – Over temperature error for H-bridge
  • 3821 – Short circuit to battery on Out1 error for H-bridge
  • 3822 – Short circuit to battery on Out2 error for H-bridge
  • 3823 – Short circuit to ground on Out1 error for H-bridge
  • 3824 – Short circuit to ground on Out2 error for H-bridge
  • 3825 – Short circuit over load error for H-bridge
  • 3826 – Temperature dependent over current error for H-bridge
  • 3827 – Under voltage error for H-bridge
  • 3830 – DFC for valve position sensor physical SRC high
  • 3831 – DFC for valve position sensor physical SRC low
  • 3834 – ECU Power stages: Throttle valve actuator power stage: SRC HighTier
  • 3835 – ECU Power stages: Throttle valve actuator power stage: SRC low
  • 3838 – Oxidation catalyst upstream temperature shorted to high source
  • 3839 – Oxidation catalyst upstream temperature shorted to low source
  • 3840 – Diesel particulate filter upstream temperature sensor shorted to high source
  • 3841 – Diesel particulate filter upstream temperature sensor shorted to low source
  • 3852 – Lambda sensor: The maximum allowed time for blow out is exceeded
  • 4043 – Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sender Short To Ground
  • 4044 – Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sender Open Circuit
  • 4055 – Park Brake Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Open Circuit
  • 4056 – Park Brake Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Ground
  • 4057 – Park Brake Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Power
  • 4061 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Right (A) Supply Open Circuit
  • 4062 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Right (A) Supply Short to Ground
  • 4071 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Left (B) Supply Open Circuit
  • 4072 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Left (B) Supply Short to Ground
  • 4081 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Common Solenoid Return Short to Power
  • 4082 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Pumps Forward Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 4083 – Forward Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Common Solenoid Return Open Circuit
  • 4309 – Park Brake Button – Park Brake Button Timeout (30 sec)
  • 4361 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Right (A) Supply Open Circuit
  • 4362 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Right (A) Supply Short to Ground
  • 4371 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Left (B) Supply Open Circuit
  • 4372 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Solenoid Left (B) Supply Short to Ground
  • 4381 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Common Solenoid Return Short to Power
  • 4382 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Pumps Reverse Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 4383 – Reverse Pump Control Valves (Directional) – Common Solenoid Return Open Circuit
  • 4401 – Park Brake (Mechanical Machines) – Park Brake Solenoid – Open Circuit
  • 4402 – Park Brake (Mechanical Machines) – Park Brake Solenoid – Short to Power
  • 4431 – Park Brake Pressure Switch – Pressure Switch (Plausibility Check With Solenoid Valve)
  • 4731 – Right Swash Plate Sensor – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 4732 – Right Swash Plate Sensor – Pin A Short to Power
  • 4734 – Right Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin B Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 4735 – Right Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin B Short to Power
  • 4737 – Right Swash Plate Angle Sensor – In Range Fault
  • 4741 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 4742 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin A Short to Power
  • 4744 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin B Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 4745 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Pin B Short to Power
  • 4747 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – In Range Fault
  • 4752 – Left Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Implausible Command, Command Does Not Match With Swash Plate Angle
  • 4754 – Right Swash Plate Angle Sensor – Implausible Command, Command Does Not Match With Swash Plate Angle
  • 4781 – Solenoid Valve – Solenoid Supply Open Circuit
  • 4782 – Solenoid Valve – Solenoid Supply Short to Ground
  • 4783 – Solenoid Valve – Solenoid Supply Short to Power
  • 4951 – Hydraulic Enable (Mechanical Machines) – Hydraulic Interlock Solenoid, Short to Power
  • 4952 – Hydraulic Enable (Mechanical Machines) – Hydraulic Interlock Solenoid Open Circuit
  • 5051 – Loader Pilot Interlock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Open Circuit
  • 5052 – Loader Pilot Interlock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Ground
  • 5053 – Loader Pilot Interlock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Power
  • 5061 – Port Lock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Open Circuit
  • 5062 – Port Lock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Ground
  • 5063 – Port Lock Valve (On/Off) – Solenoid Supply Short to Power
  • 5121 – Right Joystick F-B Axis – Pin A Short to Power/ Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5122 – Right Joystick F-B Axis – Pin B Short to Power/ Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5124 – Right Joystick F-B Axis – In Range Fault
  • 5131 – Right Joystick R-L Axis (ISO/H Pattern) – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5132 – Right Joystick R-L Axis (ISO/H Pattern) – Pin A Short to Power
  • 5134 – Right Joystick R-L Axis (ISO/H Pattern) – Pin B Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5135 – Right Joystick R-L Axis (ISO/H Pattern) – Pin B Short to Power
  • 5137 – Right Joystick R-L Axis (ISO/H Pattern) – In Range Fault
  • 5141 – Aux Thumbwheel Axis – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5142 – Aux Thumbwheel Axis – Pin A Short to Power
  • 5144 – Aux Thumbwheel Axis – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5145 – Aux Thumbwheel Axis – Pin A Short to Power
  • 5147 – Aux Thumbwheel Axis – In Range Fault
  • 5201 – Left Joystick L-R Axis – Pin A Short to Power/ Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5202 – Left Joystick L-R Axis – Pin B Short to Power/ Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5204 – Left Joystick L-R Axis – In Range Fault
  • 5211 – Left Joystick F-B Axis – Pin A Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5212 – Left Joystick F-B Axis – Pin A Short to Power
  • 5214 – Left Joystick F-B Axis – Pin B Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5215 – Left Joystick F-B Axis – Pin B Short to Power
  • 5217 – Left Joystick F-B Axis – In Range Fault
  • 5221 – Loader Arm Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Raise A Supply Open Circuit
  • 5222 – Loader Arm Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Raise A Supply Short to Ground
  • 5231 – Loader Arm Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Lower B Supply Open Circuit
  • 5232 – Loader Arm Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Lower B Supply Short to Ground
  • 5241 – Boom Valve (Directional) – Common Solenoid (C) Return Short to Power
  • 5242 – Loader Arm Valve (Directional) – Loader Arm Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 5243 – Boom Valve (Directional) – Common Solenoid (C) Return Open Circuit
  • 5251 – Loader Bucket Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Rollback (A) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5252 – Loader Bucket Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Rollback (A) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5261 – Bucket Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Dump (B) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5262 – Bucket Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Dump (B) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5271 – Bucket Valve (Directional) – Common Solenoid (C) Return Short to Power
  • 5272 – Loader Bucket Valve (Directional) – Loader Bucket Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 5273 – Bucket Valve (Directional) – Common Solenoid (C) Return Open Circuit
  • 5281 – Aux Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Forward (A) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5282 – Aux Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Forward (A) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5291 – Aux Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Reverse (B) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5292 – Aux Valve (Directional) – Solenoid Reverse (B) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5309 – Float Button – Float Button Timeout (30 sec)
  • 5313 – EHF Enable Switch – STP
  • 5323 – EHF Fwd / Rev Switch – STP
  • 5371 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – Forward Solenoid (A) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5372 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – Forward Solenoid (A) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5381 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – Reverse Solenoid (B) Supply Open Circuit
  • 5382 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – Reverse Solenoid (B) Supply Short to Ground
  • 5391 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – Solenoids Return Open Circuit
  • 5392 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – EHF Pumps Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 5393 – EHF Pump Control PRV’s (Directional) – EHF Pumps Solenoids Short to Power
  • 5409 – CAN Message Error – Aux Override Disabled Due To Aux Override Button Timeout (30 sec)
  • 5501 – Loader Arm Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5502 – Loader Arm Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Power
  • 5503 – Hydraulic Enable (Mechanical Machines) – EH AUX Output, Short to Power
  • 5504 – Bucket Valve Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5505 – Bucket Valve Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Power
  • 5507 – Auxiliary Valve Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5508 – Auxiliary Valve Spool Sensor – Sensor Short to Power
  • 5511 – Loader Arm Spool Sensor – Implausible State Sensor vs. Loader Arm Command, Stuck Spool/ PRV
  • 5512 – Bucket Valve Spool Sensor – Implausible State Sensor vs. Loader Bucket Command
  • 5513 – Auxiliary Valve Spool Sensor – Implausible State Sensor vs. Auxiliary Command
  • 5601 – Aux Valve (Directional) – Common Solenoid Return Short to Power
  • 5602 – Loader Auxiliary Valve (Directional) – Loader Auxiliary Solenoids Short to Ground
  • 5603 – Loader Auxiliary Valve Solenoid Return Open Circuit
  • 5701 – Pattern Switch – Short to Ground/ Open Circuit
  • 5703 – Pattern Switch – Short to Power
  • 5811 – Loader Lockout Switch – Implausible State
  • 9003 – CAN – J1939 Receive Buffer – Buffer Overflow
  • 9004 – Memory Error – Triple Redundant: Hour Meter – Location 1 Corrupt
  • 9005 – Memory Error – Triple Redundant: Hour Meter – Location 2 Corrupt
  • 9006 – Memory Error – Triple Redundant: Hour Meter – Location 3 Corrupt
  • 9151 – CAN Connection: CAN Communication Timed Out After 5 Seconds
  • 9152 – CAN Connection – CAN Communication Timed Out After 5 Seconds
  • 9158 – H-Pattern Indicator Short to Ground
  • 9159 – ISO-Pattern Indicator Short to Ground
  • 9160 – H-Pattern Indicator Short to Power
  • 9161 – ISO-Pattern Indicator Short to Power
  • 9401 – Memory Error – Double Redundant: Memory Corruption Detected and Repaired
  • 9403 – Memory Error – Double Redundant: Unrecoverable Memory Corruption Operable
  • 9404 – Memory Error – Triple Redundant: Hour Meter – Hour Meter Failure
  • 9405 – CAN – DM1 (EH Machines): Loss Of DM1 Message From UCM
  • 9406 – CAN – Can Communication Lost (EH Machines): Loss Of All CAN Communication From UCM
  • 9407 – Memory Error – ID Errors: Unrecoverable Hardware ID
  • 9408 – Memory Error – ID Errors: Unrecoverable Panel ID
  • 001-04 – “S-10” Hydraulic charge pressure input level LOW
  • 002-03 – Hydraulic Reservoir Level Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 003-03 – Hydraulic Oil Temperature Switch Shorted to High Source
  • 100-12 – ECU Recovery – Suppressed – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 102-03 – Air Filter Restriction Switch Shorted to High Source
  • 103-02 – Terminal 15 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 106-12 – Coolant Temperature Dynamic Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 107-12 – ECU Recovery – Visible – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 111-03 – Rail Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to High Source
  • 111-04 – Rail Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 112-03 – Offset Between Camshaft and Crankshaft – Short to B+
  • 113-03 – Torque Reduction due to Smoke Limitation – Short to B+
  • 114-03 – CAN A Bus Off – Short to B+
  • 115-03 – Oil Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 115-04 – Oil Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 115-12 – Oil Temperature Sensor Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 116-03 – Boost Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 116-04 – Boost Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 116-12 – Boost Pressure Sensor Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 117-02 – Common Rail Pressure Limiting Valve Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 117-03 – Common Rail Pressure Limiting Valve Failure – Short to B+
  • 117-04 – Common Rail Pressure Limiting Valve Failure – Short to Ground
  • 118-03 – Oil Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 118-04 – Oil Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 118-12 – Oil Pressure Sensor Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 119-02 – Crankshaft Speed Signal Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 119-04 – Crankshaft Speed Signal Failure – Short to Ground
  • 121-02 – Camshaft Speed Signal failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 121-04 – Camshaft Speed Signal failure – Short to Ground
  • 122-03 – Battery Voltage Failure – Voltage Above Normal or Shorted to High Source
  • 122-04 – Battery Voltage Failure – Voltage Below Normal or Shorted to Low Source
  • 123-02 – Common Rail Metering Unit Power Stage Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 123-12 – Common Rail Metering Unit Power Stage Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 124-03 – Info: Engine Overspeed Protection – Short to B+
  • 125-02 – Injector Cylinder 4 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 125-03 – Injector Cylinder 4 Failure – Short to B+
  • 125-12 – Injector Cylinder 4 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 126-02 – Injector Cylinder 5 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 126-03 – Injector Cylinder 5 Failure – Short to B+
  • 126-12 – Injector Cylinder 5 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 127-03 – CAN C Bus Off – Short to B+
  • 128-03 – Rail Pressure Positive Deviation High and High Fuel Flow Setpoint Value – Short to B+
  • 129-02 – Injector Cylinder 6 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 129-03 – Injector Cylinder 6 Failure – Short to B+
  • 129-12 – Injector Cylinder 6 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 130-03 – Rail Pressure Negative Deviation too High on Minimum Metering – Short to B+
  • 131-03 – Rail Pressure Below Minimum Limit in Controlled Mode – Short to B+
  • 132-03 – Rail Pressure Above Maximum Limit in Controlled Mode – Short to B+
  • 136-03 – Rail Pressure Drop Rate too High – Short to B+
  • 137-03 – Setpoint of Rail Metering Unit not Plausible in Overrun – Short to B+
  • 138-02 – Injector Cylinder 1 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 138-03 – Injector Cylinder 1 Failure – Short to B+
  • 138-12 – Injector Cylinder 1 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 139-03 – Fuel Flow Setpoint of Common Rail Metering Unit too Low – Short to B+
  • 143-03 – ECU Hardware: SPI Communication Failure – Short to B+
  • 145-12 – ECU Recovery – Locked – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 146-12 – ECU Hardware: Microcontroller Watchdog Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 147-03 – Overrun Monitoring Failure – Short to B+
  • 148-02 – Injector Cylinder 1 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 149-12 – ECU Hardware: TPU Monitoring – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 150-02 – Injector Cylinder 2 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 150-03 – Injector Cylinder 2 Failure – Short to B+
  • 150-12 – Injector Cylinder 2 Failure – Bad Intellegent Device or Component
  • 151-02 – Injector Cylinder 3 Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 151-03 – Injector Cylinder 3 Failure – Short to B+
  • 151-12 – Injector Cylinder 3 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 153-12 – ECU Hardware: Controller Watchdog Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 156-03 – Redundant Engine Speed in Overrun Monitoring – Short to B+
  • 158-02 – Injector Cylinder 2 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 158-03 – Injector Cylinder 2 Warning – Short to B+
  • 159-02 – Injector Cylinder 3 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 160-02 – Injector Cylinder 4 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 160-03 – Injector Cylinder 4 Warning – Short to B+
  • 161-03 – Info fault: High Pressure Test (Rail Pressure Monitoring Deactivated) – Short to B+
  • 162-03 – Coolant Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 162-04 – Coolant Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 162-12 – Coolant Temperature Sensor Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 163-02 – Injector Cylinder 5 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 163-03 – Injector Cylinder 5 Warning – Short to B+
  • 164-03 – Info: Torque Limitation Due to Engine Protection (Against Excessive Torque, Engine Overspeed and Overheat) – Short to B+
  • 165-03 – Boost Air Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 165-04 – Boost Air Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 166-02 – Injector Cylinder 6 Warning – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 166-03 – Injector Cylinder 6 Warning – Short to B+
  • 167-03 – Injector Bank 1 Failure – Short to B+
  • 167-04 – Injector Bank 1 Failure – Short to Ground
  • 167-12 – Injector Bank 1 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 168-03 – Injector Bank 2 Failure – Short to B+
  • 168-04 – Injector Bank 2 Failure – Short to Ground
  • 168-12 – Injector Bank 2 Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 169-02 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (1) – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 169-03 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (1) – Short to B+
  • 169-04 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (1) – Short to Ground
  • 169-12 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (1) – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 170-03 – Minimum Injectors Number not Reached – Short to B+
  • 171-03 – Info: Torque Limitation Due to OBD Performance Limiter by Legislation – Short to B+
  • 172-04 – Engine Runs With Camshaft Speed Only – Short to Ground
  • 174-02 – ECU Hardware: EEPROM Failure – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 174-04 – ECU Hardware: EEPROM Failure – Short to Ground
  • 174-12 – ECU Hardware: EEPROM Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 175-03 – Fuel Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 175-04 – Fuel Temperature Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 176-02 – ECU Hardware: Shut Off During Initialization – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 176-04 – ECU Hardware: Shut Off During Initialization – Short to Ground
  • 176-12 – ECU Hardware: Shut Off During Initialization – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 177-03 – Info: Torque Limitation Due to Fuel Quantity Limitation Because of Injection System Errors – Short to B+
  • 184-03 – Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to B+
  • 184-04 – Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Failure – Short to Ground
  • 184-12 – Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 189-12 – Coolant Temperature Test Failure – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 190-03 – Rail Pressure Sensor Offset Monitoring – Short to B+
  • 190-04 – Rail Pressure Sensor Offset Monitoring – Short to Ground
  • 191-12 – Oil Pressure Too Low – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 192-12 – Oil Temperature Too High – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 193-03 – Common Rail Metering Unit Power Stage – Short to B+
  • 194-02 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (2) – Data Erratic, Intermittent or Incorrect
  • 194-03 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (2) – Short to B+
  • 194-04 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (2) – Short to Ground
  • 194-12 – ECU Hardware for Injection: CY33X Chip Specific Failure (2) – Bad Intelligent Device or Component
  • 198-04 – Common Rail Metering Unit Power Stage – Short to Ground
  • 200-12 – Header Speed Sensor Bad Intelligent Device
  • 300-03 – Fuel sender…voltage above normal, or shorted to high source
  • 301-04 – Fuel Water Switch Shorted to Low Source
  • 404-03 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 404-04 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to Low Source
  • 404-14 – MFH Position Sensor Special Instructions
  • 405-03 – Pintle Arm Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 406-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A Shorted to High Source
  • 406-04 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A Shorted to Low Source
  • 406-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A and Pot B needs Calibration
  • 407-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot B Shorted to High Source
  • 407-04 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot B Shorted to Low Source
  • 407-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A and Pot B Needs Calibration
  • 408-03 – MFH Neutral Switch Shorted to High Source
  • 408-07 – MFH Neutral Switch Mechanical Out of Range
  • 409-03 – Park Brake Switch Shorted to High Source
  • 411-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A Needs Calibration
  • 412-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A Needs Calibration
  • 413-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot A Needs Calibration
  • 414-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot B Needs Calibration
  • 415-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot B Needs Calibration
  • 416-13 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Pot B Needs Calibration
  • 418-03 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 418-04 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to Low Source
  • 418-13 – MFH Position Sensor Needs Calibration
  • 419-03 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 419-04 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to Low Source
  • 419-07 – MFH Position Sensor Mechanical Out of Range
  • 419-13 – MFH Position Sensor Needs Calibration
  • 420-03 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 420-04 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to Low Source
  • 420-07 – MFH Position Sensor Mechanical Out of Range
  • 420-13 – MFH Position Sensor Needs Calibration
  • 421-03 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to High Source
  • 421-04 – MFH Position Sensor Shorted to Low Source
  • 421-13 – MFH Position Sensor Needs Calibration
  • 424-03 – Propulsion Forward Solenoid L-14p Shorted to High Source
  • 424-04 – Propulsion Forward Solenoid L-14p Shorted to Low Source
  • 424-13 – Propulsion Forward Coil Needs Calibration
  • 425-03 – Propulsion Forward Solenoid L-14t Shorted to High Source
  • 425-04 – Propulsion Forward Solenoid L-14t Shorted to Low Source
  • 425-13 – Propulsion Forward Coil Needs Calibration
  • 426-03 – Propulsion Reverse Solenoid L-15p Shorted to High Source
  • 426-04 – Propulsion Reverse Solenoid L-15p Shorted to Low Source
  • 426-13 – Propulsion Reverse Coil Needs Calibration
  • 427-03 – Propulsion Reverse Solenoid L-15t Shorted to High Source
  • 427-04 – Propulsion Reverse Solenoid L-15t Shorted to Low Source
  • 427-13 – Propulsion Reverse Coil Needs Calibration
  • 428-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Sensor R-23A Shorted to High Source
  • 429-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Sensor R-23A Shorted to High Source
  • 430-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Position Sensor R-23A Shorted to High Source
  • 431-03 – MFH Position Sensor R-18 Shorted to High Source
  • 432-03 – MFH Position Sensor R-18 Shorted to High Source
  • 433-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Shorted to High Source
  • 434-03 – Propulsion Cylinder Shorted to High Source
  • 435-03 – Propulsion Enable Relay K-35 Shorted to High Source
  • 435-04 – Propulsion Enable Relay K-35 Shorted to Low Source
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