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SEBU6875-05 November 1999

Caterpillar Driver Information Display

Important Safety Information


Most accidents involving product operation, maintenance and repair are caused by failure to observe basic safety rules or precautions. An accident can often be avoided by recognizing potentially hazardous situations before an accident occurs. A person must be alert to potential hazards. This person should also have the necessary training, skills and tools to perform these functions properly. Improper operation, lubrication, maintenance or repair of this product can be dangerous and could result in injury or death. Do not operate or perform any lubrication, maintenance or repair on this product, until you have read and understood the operation, lubrication, maintenance and repair information. Safety precautions and warnings are provided in this manual and on the product. If these hazard warnings are not heeded, bodily injury or death could occur to you or other persons. The hazards are identified by the Safety Alert Symbol and followed by a Signal Word such as WARNING as shown below.

The meaning of this safety alert symbol is as follows: Attention! Become Alert! Your Safety is Involved. The message that appears under the warning, explaining the hazard, can be either written or pictorially presented. Operations that may cause product damage are identified by NOTICE labels on the product and in this publication. Caterpillar cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might involve a potential hazard. The warnings in this publication and on the product are therefore not all inclusive. If a tool, procedure, work method or operating technique not specifically recommended by Caterpillar is used, you must satisfy yourself that it is safe for you and others. You should also ensure that the product will not be damaged or made unsafe by the operation, lubrication, maintenance or repair procedures you choose. The information, specifications, and illustrations in this publication are on the basis of information available at the time it was written. The specifications, torques, pressures, measurements, adjustments, illustrations, and other items can change at any time. These changes can affect the service given to the product. Obtain the complete and most current information before starting any job. Caterpillar dealers have the most current information available. For a list of the most current publication form numbers available, see the Service Manual Contents Microfiche, REG1139F.

3 Information Section Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Information Section
General Section Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 04 About This Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 04 Features of Cat ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05 Operation Section Driver Information Display Screen Map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Display Screens (After Power-up) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Instantaneous Data) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Totals Information) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trip Segments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Driver Trip Totals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Fleet Trip Totals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Lifetime Totals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Economy Model) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Fleet Trip State Totals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Maintenance Data). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Diagnostic Data) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Theft Deterrent) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Customer Parameters) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Fuel Correction Adjustment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Display Configuration) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (Driver Entry) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screens (State Crossing). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Troubleshooting Section Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Diagnostic Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Harness Adapter Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Installation Section General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In-Dash Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . On-Dash Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EEPROM Installation/Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Warranty Section Caterpillar Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

4 General Section Introduction

Introduction
General Section
This display is intended to allow the vehicle operator to monitor vital truck and engine information while the vehicle is in use. It also has the capability to display stored trip information. Whenever possible, the desired display selection should be made prior to operating the vehicle.

About This Manual


The Cat ID has been designed for use on 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines and 3100 HEUI (3116 and 3126) Engines. Even though there are two different types of engines, Cat ID supports them similarly with this one manual describing all of the features of the Cat ID. When this manual describes a feature, you should assume that the feature applies to both types of engines. If a feature only applies to one type, the manual will state 3100 HEUI Engines Only or 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only. NOTE: The Cat ID will only support 3100 HEUI Engines (3116 and 3126) that are September 1996 model year or newer.

Select the desired display prior to moving the vehicle. Do not manipulate the display while the vehicle is moving. This could divert attention from driving efforts and result in personal injury or equipment damage.

5 General Section Features of Cat ID

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Caterpillar Driver Information Display (Cat ID)

Features of Cat ID
The Cat ID can display a variety of engine and vehicle information, as described in this section. For detailed operating information see the Operation Section of this manual. It is recommended the driver review the available information as listed in this manual or the Cat ID Screen Map and select, before driving, the most important information for the trip. This will avoid unnecessary distractions while driving in traffic.

Engine Operating Information


The Cat ID provides information on cruise control set speed, PTO engine rpm set speed, fuel temperature to the engine, boost and oil pressure, coolant temperature, and intake manifold temperature.

Vehicle Trip Information


The Cat ID provides information on fuel economy, fuel used, average vehicle speed, idle and PTO time, percent idle time, idle fuel, and PTO fuel. All of the these parameters can be tied to trip segments or the engine history. A Driver Trip Segment is available for 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines only. A Fleet Trip Segment is available for 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines and 3100 HEUI (3116 and 3126) Engines. For the Driver Trip Segment, the driver determines the start and stop points, and for the Fleet Trip Segment the vehicle owner determines the start and stop points. The Fleet Trip Segment can be tied to each state the vehicle operates in, as well as split between two Driver IDs.

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Maintenance Information
The last oil and filter change can be entered, allowing the display to indicate when the next oil and filter change is due.

Diagnostic Data
The Cat ID provides diagnostic codes, with both a number, and a brief text explanation. Those codes, indicating a potentially serious engine problem, are displayed automatically by Cat ID. When one of these codes appears, the driver should bring the vehicle to a stop (off the road and out of traffic), because the engine may shutdown within 20 seconds. Refer to Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes in the Operation Section, Display Screen Diagnostic Data for a list of these codes.

Theft Deterrent
The Cat ID provides the capability to allow or prevent engine starting, or shut the engine down by entering a four character password into the display when the engine is at idle.

Fuel Correction Adjustment


The Cat ID provides the capability to adjust the Fuel Correction Factor of the ECM.

Display Configuration
The display can provide information in either English/Spanish or English/French. Units of measure can be displayed in English (mph, U.S. gallons, psi,F), English-Imperial Gallons (mph, Imperial gallons, psi, F), or Metric (kph, liters, kPa, C). The English/French EEPROM as well as the French or Spanish manuals can be ordered by contacting your local Caterpillar Dealer.

7 General Section Features of Cat ID

UNITS Parameter Measured Distance Fuel Quantity Pressures Temperatures Speed Fuel Economy Fuel Rate Engine Speed Time English Unit Abbr. Metric Unit Kilometers . . . . . . . . Liters Abbr. KM

Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . MI Gallons (US or Imperial) GAL

. . . . . . . . . . LTR . . . . . . . KPA . . . C . . KPH

Pounds per Square Inch . PSI Degrees Fahrenheit Miles per Hour Miles per Gallon . . . . F

kilopascals

Degrees Centigrade Kilometers per Hour

. . . . . MPH . . . . MPG

Kilometers per Liter . . . KPL Liters per Hour . . . . . LPH

Gallons per Hour . . . . GPH Revolutions per Minute . RPM Hours . . . . . . . . . . . HR

Revolutions per Minute . RPM Hours . . . . . . . . . . . HR

Driver Entry
The Cat ID provides the capability to enter Driver IDs. This allows the ECM to log information for multiple drivers. This is useful in a slip-seat driving application.

State Crossing
The Cat ID allows the user to enter what state they are currently driving in. This allows the ECM to log separate driving records for each state.

Access to Parameters
Access to the available parameters requires an electronic engine to be connected to the SAE J1587 ATA Data Link. The availability of parameters depends upon the engine manufacturer, model year of engine, and ECM Customer Programmable Parameter settings.

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PARAMETER ACCESS BY ENGINE Engine 3176B C-10 C-12 3406E C-15 C-16 3116 HEUI 3126 HEUI 3406B PEEC 3406C Electronic 3176 Access All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 Functions All 3100 HEUI Functions All 3100 HEUI Functions Limited Instantaneous and Diagnostic Data Limited Instantaneous and Diagnostic Data Limited Instantaneous and Diagnostic Data

NOTE: For electronic engines not manufactured by Caterpillar, limited instantaneous and diagnostic data will be available. Also, Cat ID will only support 3116 and 3126 HEUI Engines that are September 1996 model year or newer.

Display Functions
Home Keys Function
Simultaneously pressing the two center (Down and Up) arrow keys at anytime during operation will cause the display screen to return to the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen in column 1.

Dimming the Display


If the display is connected to the vehicles lighting circuit, the display will automatically dim when the head lamps are turned ON. To manually adjust the display dimmer with or without connection to the vehicle lighting circuit: 1. Press the two right arrow keys (Up and Right) and hold them down. The display will slowly cycle from full brightness to full dim and back again. 2. Release the keys when the desired brightness is indicated. When first powered up, the display is at full brightness or automatic dim if connected to the vehicle lighting circuit.

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NOTE: The automatic dim feature will not function if the display has been placed in a manual dim mode. To reactivate the automatic dim feature, turn the power to the display OFF and then turn it back ON.

Front View of Cat ID Display (1) Home keys. (2) Display dimming keys.

Additional Features
The Cat ID can be mounted either in-dash or on-dash. Allows an inside view of engines operation. The display provides information

to the driver from the engine Electronic Control Module (ECM) through the SAE J1587 ATA Data Link. Has a two line 16 characters per line display with vacuum fluorescent display for easy viewing.

10 Operation Section Driver Information Display Screen Map

Driver Information Display Screen Map


Operation Section
In order to view specific information, a Screen Map (SENR6503) and a Cat ID Screen Map (in this manual), is provided to aid in directly accessing a specific screen. Each block of the Screen Map has arrows attached, indicating the actual display arrow keys which are available with each information screen. Pressing a display arrow not shown as available is ignored, and the display will remain at the same information screen. Row 1 of the screen map indicates the title screen for each of the columns of information screens. The rightmost title screen and INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen in column 1 are adjacent, meaning pressing the right arrow key from the rightmost title screen moves to the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen in column 1. In general, movement between the columns of information is permitted only when the column title screen is in view. The exception to this is movement between the Fleet Trip, Driver Trip, and Lifetime Total columns (only available with 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines). The Up and Down arrow keys allow movement up and down through the information columns. When viewing the bottom information screen for a column, you can press the Down arrow key to select the column title screen. You cannot however, press the Up arrow key from the column title screen to get to the bottom information screen.

3176B, C10, C12, 3406E, C15, and C16 Engines CAT ID Screen Map
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16 Operation Section Display Screens (After Power-up)

Display Screens (After Power-up)


The Cat ID will go through a sequence of screens when first powered up. Each of these screens is intended to provide set-up information to the driver before driving the vehicle. Cat ID will proceed through each screen, after displaying the screen for 3 seconds. It is recommended the power-up sequence be completed with all desired set-up information entered, and a desired information screen selected before driving the vehicle. An Active Diagnostic Code indicating a potentially serious engine problem will be automatically displayed by Cat ID and override the normal power-up sequence.

NOTICE Depending on truck configuration, the engine may shut down when a potentially serious engine problem diagnostic code becomes active. The operator will be provided a warning indication 20 seconds before engine shutdown.

To avoid a hazardous condition that may cause injury or death, steer the vehicle to a suitable location to stop immediately when the warning code appears.

A complete map of the screens follows in the Cat ID Screen Map section.

Display Screen Sequence


Theft Deterrent
The second screen shown, following power-up, is the THEFT DETERRENT title screen. The Cat ID will indicate the current status of the THEFT DETERRENT System, enabled, auto-enabled, or disabled. If the system is enabled, a password must be entered to start the engine. Press any key to continue.

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Driver Entry (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
If programmed, the Cat ID will indicate the last driver stored as the active driver in the system. If the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset, the display will indicate NO ACTIVE DRIVER. Press any key to continue.

State Crossing (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
If programmed, this screen is the STATE CROSSING title screen. This indicates the last state stored as the current state in the system. If the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset, the display will indicate NO ACTIVE STATE. Press any key to continue.

PM1 Maintenance
The final screen is a PM1 MAINTENANCE screen. This indicates when PM1 (oil and filter change) maintenance is due within 3000 miles/60 hours, or past due. Following the power-up sequence, the Cat ID will display the Miles Per Gallon screen under the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen. The driver can then go to the appropriate screen to enter the theft deterrent password, driver identification, and or state as necessary. The driver should then select the desired screen for viewing while driving, before starting the trip.

Whenever possible, the desired display selection should be made prior to operating the vehicle. Do not manipulate the display while the vehicle is moving. This could divert attention from driving efforts and result in personal injury or equipment damage.

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Screens (Instantaneous Data)


The display can indicate the status of up to 16 different engine and vehicle operating conditions (or parameters) as determined by the Engine Electronic Control System. The INSTANTANEOUS DATA can include: Current Fuel Economy, Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Economy, Vehicle Speed, Cruise Set Speed, Fuel Rate, Engine Load, Engine Speed, PTO Set Engine Speed, Fuel Temperature, Boost Pressure, Coolant Temperature, Oil Pressure, Intake Manifold Temperature, Ambient Air Temperature, Cold Mode Status, and Multi-Torque Status. Remember that not all engines support all of the INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters. The parameters supported depend on the type of engine. For example, 3100 HEUI Engines only support 11 of the 16 possible INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters. View the appropriate screen map for the particular engine for a complete listing of INSTANTANEOUS DATA parameters. NOTE: These parameters use the Engine Electronic Control System (ECM, Sensors, and Switches) as their source of information. This information may deviate from other vehicle gauges because they use different sensors for their source. It is likely the Cat ID and the vehicle cab gauges will indicate different values, and respond slower/faster to changing conditions as the vehicle operates. Because the readings are different, it does not indicate the display gauges or the engines electronic components are defective.

19 Operation Section Screens (Instantaneous Data)

3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engine Instantaneous Data Screens
INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Screen
INSTANTANEOUS DATA

Parameter Instantaneous Data title screen

Explanation The display will return to this screen (at any time during operation) by pressing the Down and Up keys at the same timethe Home Screen. The display will also return to this screen after acknowledging one of the Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes. Right arrowMoves one column to the right. Left arrowMoves one column to the left. Down arrowCurrent MPG/Average MPG. With a vehicle speed of zero, the fuel economy is zero. Data available for 1994 or newer Caterpillar 3176B or 3406E Engines only. Down arrowVEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED screen. Up arrowINSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen. Shows vehicle speed the engine ECM is using for cruise control, PTO operation, and to determine distance traveled. Current cruise control vehicle speed set in the ECM. Value will be zero if a Cruise Set Speed has not been entered. Up arrowCurrent MPG/Average MPG. Down arrowFUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD screen. The volume of fuel used per hour.

AVG

MPG MPG

Current Fuel Economy Fleet Trip Segment Average Fuel Economy

VEH SPEED CRUISE SET

MPH MPH

Vehicle Speed

Cruise Control Set Speed

FUEL RATE ENGINE LOAD

GPH %

Instantaneous Fuel Rate Percent Engine Load

A measure of the load demand the engine is operating under. A higher number indicates the vehicle is operating with a heavy load, being driven hard, or both. Up arrowVEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED screen. Down arrowPTO/ENGINE SPEED screen.

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INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C15, and C-16 Engines (CONT.)

Screen
ENGINE PTO SET RPM RPM

Parameter Engine Speed

Explanation Current engine speed, expressed in revolutions per minute (rpm). Engine set speed while in PTO or Extended idle operation. Value will be zero if a PTO Set Speed has not been entered. Up arrowFUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD screen Down arrowFUEL TEMP/BOOST screen. Temperature of fuel at the engine. Pressure of intake air available for combustion. The pressure is increased by the turbocharger to enhance engine power and response. Up arrowPTO/ENGINE SPEED screen. Down arrowCOOLANT TEMP/OIL PRESSURE screen. Engine coolant temperature Oil pressure in the engine. Up arrowFUEL TEMP/BOOST screen. Down arrowINTAKE TEMP/AMBIENT AIR TEMP screen. Air temperature at the intake of the manifold. This value is used along with coolant temperature to adjust injection timing. Temperature of outside air measured by an optionally-installed sensor. NOTE: If the Ambient Air Sensor is not installed, this line will not be visible. Up arrowCOOLANT TEMP/OIL PRESSURE screen. Down arrowCOLD MODE/MULTI-TORQUE screen. An engine operating mode occurring when the Coolant Temperature is below 20C (68F) for the 3176B or 3406E Engine. When Cold Mode is active, low idle engine rpm is adjusted, and available power is reduced. Intended to improve warm-up time of the engine. For engines with Multi-Torque feature. Indicates if engine is currently operating in the higher torque, lower rpm operating range. If engine is not programmed for Multi-Torque, display will always indicate MULTI-TORQUE OFF. Operating with MULTI-TORQUE ON provides optimum fuel economy. Up arrowINTAKE TEMP/AMBIENT AIR TEMP screen. Down arrowINSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen

Power Take Off Set RPM

FUEL TEMP BOOST

F PSI

Fuel Temperature Boost Pressure

COOLANT OIL

F PSI

Coolant Temperature Oil Pressure

INTAKE TEMP AMBIENT AIR TEMP

Intake Manifold Temperature Ambient Air Temperature

COLD MODE MULTI-TORQUE

Cold Mode Status

Multi-Torque Status

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3100 HEUI Engine Instantaneous Data Screens


INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS 3100 HEUI Engine Screen
INSTANTANEOUS DATA

Parameter Instantaneous Data title screen

Explanation The display will return to this screen (at any time during operation) by pressing the Down and Up keys at the same timethe Home Screen. The display will also return to this screen after acknowledging one of the Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes. Right arrowLIFETIME TOTALS screen. Left arrowDISPLAY CONFIGURATION screen. Down arrowCURRENT FUEL ECONOMY screen With a vehicle speed of zero, the fuel economy is zero. Up arrowINSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen. Down arrowVEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SET SPEED screen. Shows vehicle speed the engine ECM is using for cruise control, PTO operation, and to determine distance traveled. Current cruise control vehicle speed set in the ECM. Value will be zero if a Cruise Set Speed has not been entered. Up arrowCURRENT FUEL ECONOMY screen. Down arrowFUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD screen. The volume of fuel used per hour.

FUEL ECONOMY

MPG

Current Fuel Economy

VEH SPEED CRUISE SET

MPH MPH

Vehicle Speed

Cruise Control Set Speed

FUEL RATE ENGINE LOAD

GPH %

Instantaneous Fuel Rate Percent Engine Load

A measure of the load demand the engine is operating under. A higher number indicates the vehicle is operating with a heavy load, being driven hard, or both. Up arrowVEHICLE SPEED/CRUISE SETSPEED screen. Down arrowENGINE SPEED/PTO SETSPEED screen. Current engine speed, expressed in revolutions per minute (rpm). Engine setspeed while in PTO or Extended idle operation. Value will be zero if a PTO Setspeed has not been entered. Up arrowFUEL RATE/ENGINE LOAD screen. Down arrowCOOLANT TEMP/INTAKE TEMP screen.

ENGINE PTO SET

RPM RPM

Engine Speed Power Take-Off Set RPM

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INSTANTANEOUS DATA SCREENS 3100 HEUI Engine (CONT.) Screen


COOLANT INTAKE TEMP F F

Parameter Coolant Temperature Intake Manifold Temperature

Explanation Engine coolant temperature. Air temperature at the intake of the manifold. This value is used along with coolant temperature to adjust injection timing. Up arrowENGINE SPEED / PTO SETSPEED screen. Down arrowBOOST / COLD MODE screen. Pressure of intake air available for combustion. The pressure is increased by the turbocharger to enhance engine power and response. An engine operating mode occurring when the Coolant Temperature is below 20C (68F) for the 3176B or 3406E Engine. When Cold Mode is active, low idle engine rpm is adjusted, and available power is reduced. Intended to improve warm-up time of the engine. Up arrowCOOLANT TEMP/INTAKE TEMP screen. Down arrowINSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen.

BOOST COLD MODE

PSI

Boost Pressure Cold Mode Status

23 Operation Section Screens (Totals Information)

Screens (Totals Information)


Trip Segments
The Caterpillar electronic engines will record vehicle operating information in a variety of ways. The Caterpillar Driver Information Display (Cat ID) provides the method to label recorded information for both driver and fleet owner. With the 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines, the Cat ID records information in three separate waysLifetime Totals, Fleet Trip Segment, and Driver Trip Segment. With the 3100 HEUI Engines, the Cat ID displays Fleet Trip Segment and Lifetime Totals.

Lifetime Totals
Lifetime totals are permanently stored in the ECM on the electronic engines from the time the engine is new. The Lifetime Totals cannot be reset or cleared under normal operation. Lifetime Totals are shown on the Cat ID screen map.

Totals Information Column (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Totals Information column acts as a gateway to the Driver Trip, Fleet Trip, and Lifetime Totals columns. Once the down arrow key is pressed, from the Totals Information title screen, the operator will have access to the three totals columns.

TOTALS INFORMATION

DRIVER TRIP TOTALS

FLEET TRIP TOTALS

LIFETIME TOTALS

Totals Information Column.

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Fleet Trip Segment


This information is intended for the fleet owner, or owner-operator. The ability to reset the information from the Cat ID depends on how the engine is programmed. Additionally, the Fleet Trip Segment can be reset using electronic service tools and the appropriate passwords. Resetting the Fleet Trip Segment does not affect the Driver Trip Segment (if supported) or the Lifetime Totals. The Fleet Trip Segment is shown on the Cat ID screen map.

(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)


The Cat ID provides the driver with the capability to enter the state in which the vehicle is driving. The state information is then part of the Fleet Trip Segment. The Cat ID also provides the capability to enter two Driver IDs for the Fleet Trip Segment. The Fleet Trip Segment can then be sorted for the two Driver IDs by the Caterpillar Fleet Information Software. The state information is shown on the Cat ID screen map. Entering the State Crossings and Driver ID is explained further in this manual. When the Fleet Trip Segment is reset, the Fleet Trip Driver IDs, and Fleet Trip State Totals are cleared.

Driver Trip Segment (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Driver Trip Segment is intended for, and controlled by the driver. The Driver Trip Totals are shown on the Cat ID screen map in column 2. Resetting the Driver Trip Segment does not affect the Fleet Trip Segment (and therefore State Totals or Driver IDs) or Lifetime Totals.

Example of Trip Segments and Lifetime Totals (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Explanation of Trip Segments shows the affect of using the State Crossing, Driver ID, Fleet Trip Segment, and Driver Trip Segment.

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EXPLANATION OF TRIP SEGMENT EXAMPLE Miles 500 1000 2000 2800 3300 3800 5000 Explanation A state crossing is entered, vehicle operation is now recorded for State 2. State 1 data is still stored. Driver 2 begins driving, vehicle operation is now recorded for Driver 2. Driver 1 data is still stored. A third state crossing is entered, vehicle operation is now recorded for State 3. State 1 and State 2 data is still stored. The Driver Trip Segment is reset. Fleet and Lifetime information is not affected. Driver 1 returns as driver. Vehicle operation information is now added to previous Driver 1 records. Driver 2 records are stored. Vehicle has re-entered State 2. Operation information is now added to State 2 records. State 1 and State 3 are still stored. Fleet Trip is reset, clearing State and Driver ID records. Driver Trip and Lifetime Totals unaffected.

Data Before Event

Date Before Event After Event

Driver ID1 Miles State 1 Miles Lifetime Miles Fleet Trip Miles Driver Trip Miles

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Fleet Trip Segment Includes: State Information Driver ID Information After Event 0 0 0 0 0
N ew En gi ne in g En t ed ss D riv D er Tr ip in riv g er er er ed as C ro En t D r iv ss En t C ro 2 ID at e er

State 1 Miles 500 State 2 Miles 0 500 1000


D riv St

Driver ID1 Miles Driver ID2 Miles Driver ID1 Miles Driver ID2 Miles
St at e

500 0 1000 0

Lifetime Miles 2800 Fleet Trip Miles 2800 Driver Trip Miles 2800

Driver ID 1 Miles 1000 Driver ID 2 Miles 1000 2000 State 1 Miles 500 State 2 Miles 1500 State 3 Miles 800 2800 3300 State 1 Miles 500 State 3 Miles 1800 State 2 Miles 1500 500 1800 2700 0 Driver ID 1 Miles Driver ID 2 Miles Driver ID 2 Miles Driver ID 1 Miles Driver ID 2 Miles Driver ID 1 Miles State 1 Miles State 3 Miles Driver ID 2 Miles 2300 State 2 Miles Driver ID 1 Miles 2700 Driver IDs cleared, Must Be Re-entered State 2 Miles 1000 1800 2300 1000 2300 1500

State 1 Miles 500 State 2 Miles 1500 State 3 Miles 0

er

Lifetime Miles 2800 Fleet Trip Miles 2800 Driver Trip Miles 0

Lifetime Miles 5000 Fleet Trip Miles 5000 Driver Trip Miles 2200

Typical Example of Trip Segment (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, or C-16 Engine) or Fleet Trip Segment (3116 or 3126).
er ed Se g m St ID1 en 3800 at E tR e C nte es ro r e ss ed as t in g En Dri v te re er 5000 Fle d et Tr ip Se gm en tR es et

Miles

Lifetime Miles 5000 Fleet Trip Miles 0 Driver Trip Miles 2200

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Screens (Driver Trip Totals) (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Driver Trip Segment (start and stop point) is controlled by the driver, like a trip odometer. The Driver Trip Segment Totals are independent of Driver IDs. If a new driver begins operating the vehicle, changing from one Driver ID to another will not reset the Driver Trip Segment. Ten (10) Driver Trip parameters are available: Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used, PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time.

Accessing Driver Trip Screens


Column 2 of the screen map indicates movement is allowed up or down from any of the DRIVER TRIP screens. Movement to the FLEET TRIP screen indicating the same parameters is also possible. The Down, Up, and Right arrow keys are available from any of the DRIVER TRIP DATA screens. Moving to the corresponding Fleet Trip information allows the driver to compare current Driver Trip data to Fleet Trip data. It is recommended the desired screen be selected prior to driving the vehicle.
DRIVER TRIP SCREENS Screen
DRIVER TRIP TOTALS

Parameter Driver Trip Totals Screen Driver Trip Segment Average Fuel Economy Driver Trip Segment Distance Traveled Driver Trip Segment Average Vehicle Speed

Explanation Down arrow View Driver Trip Data. Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrowMoves one column to the right. Shows Driver Trip Average Fuel Economy. Right arrowFleet Trip Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow Driver Trip Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrow DRIVER TRIP TOTALS title screen. Shows Distance Traveled for the current Driver Trip Segment.

DRV AVG

MPG

DRV AVG

MI MPH

Shows Average Vehicle Speed for the current Driver Trip Segment. Up arrow DRIVER TRIP AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY screen. Down keyDriver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Right arrowFleet Trip Distance Traveled and Average Speed.

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DRIVER TRIP SCREENS (CONT.) Screen


DRV GAL HR

Parameter Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment Engine Hours

Explanation Shows fuel used during the current Driver Trip Segment. Shows Driver Trip Segment Engine Hours. Up arrow Driver Trip Segment Distance and Average Vehicle Speed. Down arrow Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Right arrowFleet Trip Fuel and Engine Hours. Shows PTO fuel during the current Driver Trip Segment.

DRV PTO

GAL HR

Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment PTO Time

Shows Driver Trip Segment PTO time. Up arrow Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Down arrow Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Right arrowFleet Trip PTO Fuel and PTO Hours. Shows Idle Fuel during the current Driver Trip Segment.

DRV IDLE

GAL HR

Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel Used Driver Trip Segment Idle Time

Shows Driver Trip Segment Idle Time. Up arrow Driver Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used and PTO Hours. Down arrow Driver Trip Percent Idle Time. Right arrowFleet Trip Idle Fuel and Idle Hours. A value for the percent of time the driver was idling, calculated from: (Driver Idle Hours Total Driver Hours). Right arrowFleet Percent Idle Time. Up arrow Driver Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Down arrow DRIVER TRIP RESET screen. To reset the Driver Trip Segment, press the Left arrow key. Up arrow Driver Trip Percent Idle Time. Down arrow DRIVER TRIP SEGMENT title screen. Indicates the Driver Trip Segment has been reset. Pressing any key will return display to the DRIVER TRIP SEGMENT title screen.

DRV IDLE

Driver Percent Idle Time

DRV RESET TRIP TOTALS

Driver Trip Reset

DRIVER TRIP RESET PERFORMED

Driver Trip Reset Completed.

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Screens (Fleet Trip Totals)


Ten (10) Fleet Trip Segment parameters are available: Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used, PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time. Fleet Trip Segment information is controlled by the fleet or driver (controlled by driver only if the ECM customer parameter has been programmed to allow driver reset of the Fleet Trip Segment using the display) like a trip odometer.

Movement Control in Fleet Trip Screens


Column 2 of the screen map indicates movement is allowed up or down from any of the FLEET TRIP screens. Movement to the DRIVER TRIP or LIFETIME TOTAL screen (if supported) indicates the same parameters are also possible. The Left, Down, Up, and Right arrow keys are available from any FLEET TRIP DATA screens. Movement to the corresponding Driver Trip Segment (if supported) or Lifetime Total information allows the driver to compare the current Fleet Trip data to the Driver Trip (if supported) or Lifetime data. It is recommended that the desired screen be selected prior to driving the vehicle.

Reset Protection of Fleet Trip Totals


The Fleet Trip Totals can be reset using the Cat ID, the Caterpillar Fleet Information Software, or an electronic service tool. Resetting is controlled by a Customer Programmable Parameter programmed in the engines ECM (if supported). After programming the parameter in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and then back ON for the display to recognize the change.

Fleet Control of Fleet Trip Segment Reset


When the Fleet Trip Reset is controlled by the fleet, it is reset only by the Caterpillar Fleet Information Software or an electronic service tool and appropriate customer passwords.

ECM Allows Cat ID to Reset Fleet Trip Segment


When the Fleet Trip Reset is controlled by the driver, it is reset using the Dash Display, Caterpillar Fleet Information Software, or an electronic service tool.

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Data Cleared with Fleet Trip Segment Reset


When a Fleet Trip Reset is completed, all Fleet Trip Totals, Fleet Trip State Totals(if supported), Driver IDs(if supported), and State Crossings (if supported) are cleared. No other information is affected.

FLEET TRIP SCREENS Screen


FLEET TRIP TOTALS

Parameter Fleet Trip Totals Title Screen Fleet Trip Segment Average Fuel Economy

Explanation Down arrow View Fleet Trip Data. Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrow Moves one column to the right. Shows average fuel economy during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Left arrow Driver Trip Average Fuel Economy. Right arrow Lifetime Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow Fleet Trip Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrowFLEET TRIP TOTALS title screen. Shows distance traveled during the current Fleet Trip Segment.

FLT AVG

MPG

FLT AVG

MI MPH

Fleet Trip Segment Distance Traveled Fleet Trip Segment Average Vehicle Speed

Shows Average Vehicle Speed for the current Fleet Trip Segment. Left arrow Driver Trip Segment Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Right arrow Lifetime Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrowFLEET TRIP AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY screen. Down arrow Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Shows Fuel Used during the current Fleet Trip Segment. Shows Fleet Trip Segment Engine Hours. Left arrow Driver Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Right arrow Lifetime Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrowFleet Trip Segment Distance and Average Vehicle Speed. Down arrow Fleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel and PTO Time.

FLT

GAL HR

Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment Engine Hours

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FLEET TRIP SCREENS (CONT.) Screen


FLT PTO GAL HR

Parameter Fleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment PTO Time

Explanation Shows PTO Fuel Used during the Fleet Trip Segment. Displays Fleet Trip Segment PTO Time. Left arrow Driver Trip Segment PTO Time and PTO Fuel Used. Right arrowLifetime PTO Time and PTO Fuel Used. Up arrowFleet Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Down arrow Fleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Shows Idle Fuel Used during the current Fleet Trip Segment.

FLT IDLE

GAL HR

Fleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel Used Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time

Shows Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time. Left arrow Driver Trip Segment Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Right arrow Lifetime Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Up arrowFleet Trip Segment PTO Fuel Used and PTO Hours. Down arrow Fleet Percent Idle Time. A value for the percent idle time of the fleet, calculated from: (Fleet Idle Hours Total Fleet Hours). If the 3176B and 3406E Engines ECM has been programmed to allow Fleet Trip Reset, the Down key displays FLEET TRIP RESET screen. If not, the Down key returns to the FLEET TRIP title screen. Left arrow Driver Percent Idle Time. Right arrow Lifetime Percent Idle Time. Up arrowFleet Trip Segment Idle Fuel and Idle Time.

FLT IDLE

Fleet Percent Idle Time

FLT RESET TRIP TOTALS

Fleet Trip Reset

To Reset the Fleet Trip Segment, press the Left arrow key. Up arrowFleet Trip Percent Idle Time. Down arrow FLEET TRIP SEGMENT title screen. If the 3176B and 3406E ECM has not been programmed to allow Fleet Trip Reset by the driver, this screen is not available. Indicates the Fleet Trip Segment has been reset. Pressing any key will return display to the FLEET TRIP SEGMENT title screen. If the 3176B or 3406E Engines ECM has not been programmed to allow Fleet Trip Reset by the driver, this screen is not available.

FLEET TRIP RESET PERFORMED

Fleet Trip Reset Completed

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Screens (Lifetime Totals)


Ten (10) Lifetime Total parameters are available: Average Fuel Economy, Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Fuel Used, Engine Run Hours, PTO Fuel Used, PTO Hours, Idle Fuel Used, Idle Hours, and Percent Idle Time. This information is maintained by the engine ECM for the life of the engine.

Accessing Lifetime Totals Screens


Column 2 of the screen map indicates movement is allowed up or down from any of the LIFETIME TOTALS screens. If the vehicle has a 3176B, C-10, C-12, and 3406E Engine, the Driver and Fleet Trip Totals are supported and these columns will be displayed. Movement to the FLEET TRIP screens indicates the same parameters are also possible. The Left, Down, and Up arrow keys are available from any of the LIFETIME TOTALS DATA screens. Moving to the corresponding Fleet Trip information allows the driver to compare the current Lifetime Totals to the Fleet Trip data. It is recommended that the desired screen be selected prior to driving the vehicle.

LIFETIME SCREENS Screen


LIFETIME TOTALS

Parameter Lifetime Totals Title Screen Lifetime Total Segment Average Fuel Economy Lifetime Total Distance Traveled Lifetime Total Average Vehicle Speed

Explanation Down arrow View Lifetime Totals Data. Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrowMoves one column to the right. Shows Lifetime Total Average Fuel Economy. Left arrow Fleet Trip Average Fuel Economy. Down arrow Lifetime Total Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrow LIFETIME TOTALS title screen. Shows Distance Traveled for the engine to date.

LIF AVG

MPG

LIF AVG

MI MPH

Shows Average Vehicle Speed for the engine to date. Left arrow Fleet Trip Segment Distance Traveled and Average Vehicle Speed. Up arrow LIFETIME TOTAL AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY screen. Down arrow Lifetime Total Fuel Used and Engine Hours.

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LIFETIME SCREENS (CONT.) Screen


LIF GAL HR

Parameter Lifetime Total Fuel Used Lifetime Total Segment Engine Hours

Explanation Shows Fuel Used for the engine to date.

Shows Engine Hours for the engine to date. Left arrow Fleet Trip Segment Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Up arrow Lifetime Total Distance and Average Vehicle Speed. Down arrow Lifetime Total PTO Fuel and PTO Time. Shows the total amount of PTO Fuel Used for the engine to date. Shows PTO Time for the engine to date. Left arrow Fleet Trip Segment PTO Time and PTO Fuel Used. Up arrow Lifetime Total Fuel Used and Engine Hours. Down arrow Lifetime Total Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Shows Idle Fuel Used for the engine to date. Shows Idle Time for the engine to date. Left arrow Fleet Trip Segment Idle Time and Idle Fuel Used. Up arrow Lifetime Total PTO Fuel Used and PTO Hours. Down arrow LIFETIME TOTALS title screen. Shows a value for the percent of total operating time idling, calculated from: (Lifetime Idle Hours Total Lifetime Hours). Left arrow Fleet Percent Idle Time. Up arrow Lifetime Total Idle Fuel and Idle Time. Down arrow LIFETIME TOTALS title screen.

LIF PTO

GAL HR

Lifetime Total PTO Fuel Used Lifetime Total PTO Time

LIF IDLE

GAL HR

Lifetime Total Idle Fuel Used Lifetime Total Idle Time

LIF IDLE

Lifetime Percent Idle Time

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Screens (Economy Model)


(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Cat ID can display information regarding the ECMs Economy Model feature. This information includes; Current VLS Bonus and Target vs. Actual scores. Refer to the Cat ID Screen Maps for additional information.

Screens (Economy Model) Screen


REWARD IS OR IS NOT ACTIVE

Parameter Reward Is Not Active Reward Is Active

Explanation This screen will indicate if the reward is active (truck is currently in the bonus). The reward will be active if the overall Driver Incentive score is above the programmed threshold score. If the reward is active, the second line of the display will indicate the current VSL bonus that is being rewarded. The screen will display the threshold score, referred to as the target score, on the top line. The bottom line of the display will indicate the current overall (actual) score. If the Actual score is higher than the target score, the reward will be active and the driver will receive a VSL bonus. The operator can use the parameter information screens to obtain information on each of the five parameters of the Economy Model feature. If the user wants to obtain information on Percent Idle Time, for example: a. Scroll down to the PERCENT IDLE TIME screen. b. Push the Left arrow key. c. View the specific information on target vs. Actual Percent Idle Time Values. d. Push Left arrow key again and view the SCORE screen. This screen shows the parameter score as XXX of YYY. XXX is the Actual score and YYY is the maximum score for that parameter. The maximum score will vary depending on how the parameter is defined in the ECM.

TARGET SCORE XXX ACTL SCORE XXX

Target vs. Actual XXX

AVG ENGINE SPEED(RPM)

Parameter Information Screens: Average Engine Speed (RPM) Average Driving Speed Over 50 MPH Average Throttle Demand (RPM) Average Shift Engine Speed (RPM) Percent Idle Time

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Screens (Fleet Trip State Totals)


(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Caterpillar 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines ECM will store the distance traveled, total fuel used, idle fuel used, and PTO fuel used for each state selected during a Fleet Trip Segment for up to a maximum of 50 states or provinces. Before the data is stored, the state the vehicle is operating in must be entered.

Accessing Fleet Trip State Totals


ECM Customer Programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the display. If the state information is programmed OFF in the ECM, the entire Fleet Trip State Totals column will not be shown. Therefore, pressing the right arrow key from the LIFETIME TOTALS title screen, or left from the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen, will skip over the FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS title screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, power must be turned OFF, and then back ON again for the display to recognize the change.

36 Operation Section Screens (Fleet Trip State Totals)

FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS SCREENS Screen


FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS

Parameter Fleet Trip State Totals Title Screen

Explanation The Down arrow key moves to select a state and its data. If state crossings have not been entered, the message NO SELECTIONS AVAILABLE will appear. Press any key and the display will return to the FLEET TRIP STATE TOTALS title screen. From the title screen, the Left arrow key moves to the LIFETIME TOTALS title screen, the Right arrow key moves to the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. Press the Left arrow key to begin viewing Fleet Trip State information. Press Down arrow key to view other states (if available). If more than one state is available, use the Down and Up arrow keys to review the list of states with recorded data. Shows distance traveled in selected state for the current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow key returns to STATE SELECTION screen. The Down arrow key will display the fuel used in the selected state. Shows Fuel Used in selected state for current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow key returns to STATE DISTANCE TRAVELED screen. The Down arrow key displays PTO Fuel Used in the selected state. Shows PTO Fuel Used in selected state for current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow key returns to Fuel Used for this state. The Down arrow key displays Idle Fuel Used in selected state. Shows Idle Fuel Used in selected state for current Fleet Trip. The selected state will be shown as State 1. The Up arrow key returns to the PTO Fuel Used for this state. The Down arrow key returns the display to the screen showing the selected state (State 1 in this example).

STATE 1

Select A State To View State Trip Data

STATE 1 MI

Fleet Trip State Distance Traveled For Selected State Fleet Trip State Fuel Used For Selected State

STATE 1 GAL

STATE 1 PTO

GAL

Fleet Trip State PTO Fuel Used For Selected State Fleet Trip State Idle Fuel Used For Selected State

STATE 1 IDLE

GAL

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Screens (Maintenance Data)


The display can indicate when the last PM 1 (oil and filter change) maintenance was performed, and the next scheduled maintenance. The Maintenance Data is displayed in distance or hours as determined by Customer Programmable Parameters programmed into the ECM. The ECM can be programmed to OFF, which will prevent viewing of Maintenance Data from the display because the ECM is not tracking this information. After programming the parameter in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and then back ON for the display to recognize the change.

MAINTENANCE SCREENS Screen


MAINTENANCE DATA

Parameter Maintenance Data title screen PM 1 Maintenance Due Data

Explanation Down arrow key View Maintenance Data. Left arrow key Moves one column to the left. Right arrow key Moves one column to the right. Shows when PM 1 Maintenance should next be performed. The screen will also indicate if PM 1 is past due. This screen will be shown automatically when the display is first turned on if PM 1 is due within 3000 miles or 60 hours, and will remain on until a key is pressed. Down arrow key Maintenance Interval and when maintenance was last performed. Up arrow keyMAINTENANCE DATA title screen. If the ECM is not programmed to track PM 1 the display will indicate PM 1 Disabled on this screen.

PM1/DUE MI OR HR

PM1 RANGE MI OR HR LAST MI OR HR

PM 1 Maintenance Interval Last PM 1 Maintenance

Shows PM 1 Maintenance Interval.

Shows when the previous PM 1 Maintenance was performed. Up arrow keyReturns to indicate when the next PM 1 Maintenance is due. If the 3176B and 3406E has been programmed to allow the PM 1 Maintenance Data to be reset from the display. Down arrow key Displays the MAINTENANCE DATA RESET screen. If the 3176B and 3406E has been programmed to not allow the PM 1 Maintenance Data to be reset from the display, press the Down arrow key to return to the MAINTENANCE DATA title screen.

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MAINTENANCE SCREENS (CONT.) Screen


PM1 RESET

Parameter PM 1 Reset Screen

Explanation Left arrow key Reset PM 1 Maintenance Data. Up arrow keyPM 1 Maintenance Interval and Last PM 1 Maintenance screen. Down arrow key MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. Indicates PM 1 has been successfully reset. Press any key to return to MAINTENANCE DATA title screen. Indicates the PM 1 maintenance interval has been exceeded without a Reset. This message will be shown when the display is first turned on (if PM1 is On and due within 3000 miles or 60 hours, or past due), and will remain on the screen until a key on the display is pressed, indicating operator acknowledgment of the condition.

PM1 RESET PERFORMED

PM 1 Maintenance Reset Completed PM 1 Maintenance Overdue

PM1 PAST DUE MI OR HR

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Screens (Diagnostic Data)


The display will automatically indicate certain diagnostic codes as they occur. The DIAGNOSTIC DATA screens provide the advantage of indicating why the vehicle Check Engine lamp has come on. The codes will be displayed with their SAE J1587 defined PID - FMI (Parameter Identifier - Failure Mode Identifier) and a brief text description. If more than one code is active, pressing the Down arrow key will scroll through the remaining codes. If only one code is active, pressing the Down arrow key will return the display to the DIAGNOSTIC DATA title screen. If a code becomes inactive while it is being viewed, it will disappear from the screen and the display will indicate other codes or No Active Codes as appropriate.
AUTOMATICALLY DISPLAYED DIAGNOSTIC CODES PID - FMI 100 - 11 110 - 11 111 - 11 100 - 01 100 - 00 111 - 01 105 - 00 105 - 11 Very Low Oil Pressure Very High Coolant Temperature Very Low Coolant Level Low Oil Pressure Warning High Coolant Temperature Warning Low Coolant Level Warning High Intake Air Temperature Very High Intake Air Temperature Code Description

The codes listed in the Automatically Displayed Diagnostic Codes chart are automatically displayed any time they are active. The display will continue to show these codes until any key is pressed, or the diagnostic goes from a bad state, to a good state. At this time, the Cat ID will return to the screen that was displayed before the diagnostic event (unless another code is active). The codes are displayed to alert a driver to a potential engine damaging condition. Codes 100 - 11 Very Low Oil Pressure, 111 - 11 Very Low Coolant Level, and 110 - 11 Very High Coolant Temperature indicate the engine is experiencing a serious problem.

NOTICE Depending on truck configuration, the engine may shut down when a potentially serious engine problem diagnostic code becomes active. The operator will be provided a warning indication 20 seconds before engine shutdown.

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To avoid a hazardous condition that may cause injury or death, steer the vehicle to a suitable location to stop immediately when the warning code appears.

What to Do When a Code Occurs


Whenever a diagnostic code occurs, try to note all operating conditions of the vehicle. It is especially critical to take note of the operating conditions for intermittent codes. This provides the technicians with the operating conditions at the time the code occurred. This will enhance the technicians ability to recreate or properly diagnose and repair the problem. These codes are also recorded in the ECM for recovery by a technician using the proper electronic service tool.

Diagnostic Code Chart


The following Suggested Driver Action for Diagnostic Codes chart is provided to help determine what action should be taken if a particular diagnostic code is active. It is intended as a general guideline, however current operating conditions should determine the drivers reaction to the codes. For example, a brief intermittent code should only be serviced if it is persistent or repeatable.

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Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines)
Code 1 - 11 2 - 11 3 - 11 4 - 11 5 - 11 6 - 11 22 - 11 26 - 05 26 - 06 30 - 08 30 - 13 40 - 05 40 - 06 41 - 03 41 - 04 51 - 05 51 - 06 54 - 05 54 - 06 55 - 05 55 - 06 64 - 12 71 - 00 71 - 01 84 - 00 84 - 01 84 - 02
1

Description Cylinder 1 Fault Cylinder 2 Fault Cylinder 3 Fault Cylinder 4 Fault Cylinder 5 Fault Cylinder 6 Fault Cam Sensor to Crank Sensor Calibration Multi-Function Output #1 Open Circuit Multi-Function Output #1 Short Circuit Invalid PTO Throttle Signal PTO Throttle Sensor Calibration Multi-Function Output #2 Open Circuit Multi-Function Output #2 Short Circuit 8 Volt Supply Above Normal 8 Volt Supply Below Normal Multi-Function Output #3 Open Circuit Multi-Function Output #3 Short Circuit Output #6 Open Circuit Output #6 Short Circuit Output #7 Open Circuit Output #7 Short Circuit Loss of Engine Cam Sensor RPM Signal Idle Shutdown Override4 Idle Shutdown Occurrence4 Vehicle Overspeed Warning4 Loss of Vehicle Speed Signal Invalid Vehicle Speed Signal

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

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Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines) (Cont.)
Code 84 - 08 84 - 10 84 - 14 91 - 08 91 - 13 100 - 01 100 - 03 100 - 04 100 - 11 100 - 12 102 - 00 102 - 03 102 - 04 102 -13 105 - 00 105 - 03 105 - 04 105 - 11 108 - 03 108 - 04 110 - 00 110 - 03 110 - 04 110 - 11 111 - 01 111 - 02 111 - 11 121 - 05 121 - 06
1

Description Vehicle Speed Out of Range Vehicle Speed Rate of Change Quick Stop Occurrence4 Invalid Throttle Signal Throttle Sensor Calibration Low Oil Pressure Warning Oil Pressure Sensor Open Circuit Oil Pressure Sensor Short Circuit Very Low Oil Pressure 5 Volt Open Circuit/Oil Pressure/Too High Boost Pressure Reading Stuck High Boost Pressure Sensor Short Circuit Boost Pressure Sensor Calibration High Intake Manifold Air Temperature Warning Intake Manifold Air Temp Sensor Open Circuit Intake Manifold Air Temp Sensor Short Circuit Very High Intake Manifold Air Temperature Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Open Circuit Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Short Circuit High Coolant Temperature Warning Coolant Temperature Sensor Open Circuit Coolant Temperature Sensor Short Circuit Very High Coolant Temperature Low Coolant Level Warning Coolant Level Sensor Fault Very Low Coolant Level Retarder Solenoid Low/High Open Circuit Retarder Solenoid Low/High Short Circuit
4

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Boost Pressure Sensor Open Circuit

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

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Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines) (Continued)
Code 122 - 05 122 - 06 168 - 02 171 - 03 171 - 04 171 - 11 174 - 00 174 - 03 174 - 04 190 - 00 190 - 02 190 - 12 191 - 07 228 - 03 231 - 11 232 - 00 232 - 03 232 - 04 244 - 02 249 - 11 252 - 11 252 - 12 253 - 02 253 - 11 254 - 12
1

Description Retarder Solenoid Medium/High Open Circuit Retarder Solenoid Medium/High Short Circuit Low or Intermittent Battery Power to ECM Outside Air Temp. Sensor Open Circuit Outside Air Temp. Sensor Short Circuit No Ambient Air Temperature Data High Fuel Temperature Warning Fuel Temperature Sensor Open Circuit Fuel Temperature Sensor Short Circuit Engine Overspeed Warning4 Loss of Engine RPM Signal Loss of Engine Crank Sensor RPM Signal Transmission Not Responding A/C High Pressure Switch Open Circuit J1939 Data Link Fault 5 Volt Open Circuit 5 Volt Supply Above Normal 5 Volt Supply Below Normal Event Recorder Data Lost J1922 Data Link Fault Incorrect Engine Software ECM or Personality Module Fault Check Customer or System Parameters Check Transmission Customer Parameters ECM Fault

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

44 Operation Section Screens (Diagnostic Data)

Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3100 HEUI Engines)


Code 1 - 05 1 - 06 2 - 05 2 - 06 3 - 05 3 - 06 4 - 05 4 - 06 5 - 05 5 - 06 6 - 05 6 - 06 22 - 13 30 - 08 30 - 13 41 - 03 41 - 04 42 - 11 64 - 02 64 - 08 64 - 11 70 - 05 70 - 06 71 - 00 71 - 01 84 - 00 84 - 01
1

Description Cylinder 1 Open Circuit Cylinder 1 Short Circuit Cylinder 2 Open Circuit Cylinder 2 Short Circuit Cylinder 3 Open Circuit Cylinder 3 Short Circuit Cylinder 4 Open Circuit Cylinder 4 Short Circuit Cylinder 5 Open Circuit Cylinder 5 Short Circuit Cylinder 6 Open Circuit Cylinder 6 Short Circuit Check Timing Sensor Calibration Invalid PTO Throttle Signal PTO Throttle Sensor Calibration 8 Volt Supply Above Normal 8 Volt Supply Below Normal Injection Actuation Press Control Valve Driver Loss of Engine RPM Signal #2 Engine Speed w/o Pattern on Speed Sensor #2 No Pattern on Speed Sensor #2 Inlet Air Heater Open Circuit4 Inlet Air Heater Short Circuit4 Idle Shutdown Override4 Idle Shutdown Occurrence4 Vehicle Overspeed Warning4 Loss of Vehicle Speed Signal

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

45 Operation Section Screens (Diagnostic Data)

Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3100 HEUI Engines) (Continued)
Code 84 - 02 84 - 08 84 - 10 91 - 08 91 - 13 102 - 03 102 - 04 105 - 03 105 - 04 110 - 00 110 - 03 110 - 04 110 - 11 164 - 00 164 - 02 164 - 03 164 - 04 164 - 11 168 - 02 190 - 00 190 - 02 190 - 08 190 - 11 232 - 03 232 - 04 246 - 11
1

Description Invalid Vehicle Speed Signal Vehicle Speed Out of Range Vehicle Speed Rate of Change Invalid Throttle Signal Throttle Sensor Calibration Boost Pressure Sensor Open Circuit Boost Pressure Sensor Short Circuit Intake Manifold Temp Sensor Open Circuit Intake Manifold Temp Sensor Short Circuit High Coolant Temperature Warning Coolant Temperature Sensor Open Circuit Coolant Temperature Sensor Short Circuit Very High Coolant Temperature Injection Actuation Pressure Out of Range4 Injection Actuation Pressure Sensor Erratic4 Injection Actuation Pressure Sensor Open Circuit4 Injection Actuation Pressure Sensor Short Circuit4 Injection Actuation Pressure System4 Low or Intermittent Battery Power to ECM Engine Overspeed Warning4 Loss of Engine RPM Signal on Sensor #1 Engine Speed w/o Pattern on Speed Sensor #1 No Pattern on Speed Sensor #1 5 Volt Supply Above Normal 5 Volt Supply Below Normal Brake Switch #14

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

46 Operation Section Screens (Diagnostic Data)

Suggested Driver Action For Diagnostic Codes (3100 HEUI Engines) (Continued)
Code 247 - 11 252 - 11 253 - 02
1

Description Brake Switch #24 Incorrect Engine Software Check Customer or System Parameters

Shutdown Service Schedule Vehicle1 ASAP2 Service3

X X

Shutdown Vehicle - These codes indicate the presence of a potential engine damaging condition. The driver should bring the vehicle to a stop off the road and out of traffic. 2 Service ASAP - The driver should go to the nearest qualified service location if vehicle performance is adversely affected. 3 Schedule Service - These codes should be addressed at the next convenient opportunity if vehicle operation is adversely affected. 4 No action required.

47 Operation Section Screens (Theft Deterrent)

Screens (Theft Deterrent)


Theft Deterrent
The Cat ID provides the capability to allow or prevent engine starting, or shut the engine down by entering a four character password into the display when the engine is at idle. In the power-up sequence, the display will indicate if the Theft Deterrent System is enabled, auto-enabled, or disabled. With the system enabled or auto-enabled, the engine will not start until the four character customer password is successfully entered into the display. If the system is disabled, the engine will start without the password. To enable the system, the customer password must be successfully entered. Entered passwords will not be accepted if the engine is not at idle condition or an incorrect password is entered. To auto-enable the system, the truck needs to be shut off in a normal manner. The Theft Deterrent parameter needs to be programmed to be in the Auto-Enable mode.

Accessing Theft Deterrent


ECM Customer Programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the dash display. If the ECM is not programmed to allow access to this screen, the entire Customer Parameter column of the screen map will not be shown. Therefore, pressing the Right arrow key from the DIAGNOSTIC DATA (if Theft Deterrent is not programmed) title screen will skip over the CUSTOMER PARAMETER title screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and then back ON for the display to recognize the change.

If a password is forgotten, an electronic service tool must be used to read the programmed password.

48 Operation Section Screens (Theft Deterrent)

THEFT DETERRENT ENTRY SCREENS Screen


THEFT DETERRENT STATUS

Parameter Theft Deterrent Title Screen

Explanation Shows the current status of the Theft Deterrent system where STATUS text is indicated. The system will be either: ENABLED, engine will not start until the correct password is entered or DISABLED, Theft Deterrent system is not active and the engine can be started. This is the first screen (automatically shown) when the display is first powered-up if the Theft Deterrent system is programmed to be active. Pressing any key will display the next screen in the power-up sequence. Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrow Moves one column to the right. Down arrow ENTER PASSWORD screen.

ENTER PASSWORD 4 CHARACTERS

Enter Theft Deterrent Password

Up or Down arrow scroll through numbers 0 to 9 and characters A to Z. Right and Left arrowmove between character locations. Holding the Up or Down arrow key quickly scrolls through all the available characters. Shows the entered password. If the password is correct, the text message PASSWORD ACCEPTED will be displayed. The display will then return to the THEFT DETERRENT title screen showing the status. If the password is not accepted, one of the following two messages will be displayed, PASSWORD INCORRECT or IDLE CONDITIONS NOT SATISFIED. The display will then return to the THEFT DETERRENT title screen and the status will not have changed. Left arrow enters password. Up, Down, and Right arrow returns display to THEFT DETERRENT title screen and clears the password just entered.

4 CHARACTERS IF CORRECT

Accept Entered Password

49 Operation Section Screens (Customer Parameters) (3100 HEUI Engines Only)

Screens (Customer Parameters) (3100 HEUI Engines Only)


The Cat ID provides the capability to modify four customer parameters on 3100 HEUI Engines. These include Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, Fast Idle #2, and Soft Cruise.

Accessing Customer Parameters


ECM customer programmable parameters determines the access to this function of the dash display. If the ECM is not programmed to allow access to this screen, the entire Customer Parameter column of the screen map will not be shown. Therefore, pressing the Right arrow key from the Diagnostic Data title screen (if Theft Deterrent is not programmed) will skip over the Customer Parameter title screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and then turned ON for the display to recognize the change.

Adjusting Customer Parameters


Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2
The procedure to modify Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 is identical. Follow the procedure listed below.

50 Operation Section Screens (Customer Parameters) (3100 HEUI Engines Only)

CUSTOMER PARAMETERS

LOW IDLE XX X RPM To Another Customer Parameter Scrolls Through Numbers 0 to 9 Starting With Number 1 ENTER LOW IDLE RPM Scrolls Through Numbers 0 to 9 Starting With Number 9

XXX IF CORRECT Or If Out Of Range LOW IDLE ACCEPTED OUT OF RANGE LOW IDLE RPM

Entering Low Idle (the same procedure is also used for Fast Idle #1 and Fast Idle #2) 1. From the CUSTOMER PARAMETERS title screen, press the Down arrow key and go to the desired Customer Parameter. The display will show the current setting of the parameter on the second line. 2. By pressing the Left arrow key from the desired CUSTOMER PARAMETER screen, the display will move to the screen showing Enter ... (Low Idle, Fst Idle#1, or Fst Idle#2) on the first line. The display will also show a flashing cursor (left most digit) next to the word RPM on the second line. a. Pressing the Down arrow key scrolls through numbers zero (0) through nine (9) beginning with nine (9). b. Pressing the Up arrow key begins with the number one (1). c. If the first entry space is not needed, press the Right arrow key and the second digit begins blinking. When the appropriate number is in view, press the Right arrow key and move to the next digit. When the last digit is successfully selected, press the Right arrow key and the display will indicate the actual value entered.

51 Operation Section Screens (Customer Parameters) (3100 HEUI Engines Only)

3. If the number is correct, press the Left arrow key and a message will appear to verify the modification. If an error was made when entering the value, press the Down, Up, or Right arrow key and the display will return to the CUSTOMER PARAMETER title screen, where the value can be re-entered. If a value, out of the allowable limits, is chosen for the Customer Parameter, the Cat ID will display OUT OF RANGE on the first line. It will also indicate the actual programmed value on the second line. NOTE: Ranges for allowable settings of the Low Idle, Fast Idle #1, and Fast Idle #2 parameters are stored in the ECM. When trying to set a customer parameter to a value that is out of the allowable range, the ECM will automatically adjust the chosen value to the closest allowable limit. For example, the minimum allowable setting for low idle is 700 rpm. If a value of 500 rpm is entered, the ECM will automatically set the parameter to 700 rpm (the closest allowable value).

Soft Cruise
1. From the CUSTOMER PARAMETERS title screen, press the Down arrow key and go to the SOFT CRUISE screen. The second line of the display will show the current setting of the Soft Cruise (ENABLED or DISABLED). 2. By pressing the Left arrow key, the display will move to a screen requesting the user to Enable or Disable the Soft Cruise, depending on the current setting. For example, if the Soft Cruise is Enabled, the screen will give the prompt for the user to Disable the Soft Cruise. a. To change the status of the Soft Cruise, Press the Left arrow key. b. To keep the current settings of the Soft Cruise, press the Up, Down, or Right arrow key 3. If the Left arrow key is pressed and the status of the Soft Cruise is changed, the display will verify the change by displaying SOFT CRUISE CHANGE ACCEPTED.

52 Operation Section Screens (Customer Parameters) (3100 HEUI Engines Only)

CUSTOMER PARAMETERS

To Another Customer Parameter

SOFT CRUISE IS XXXXXXX

XXXXXX SOFT CRUISE

SOFT CRUISE CHANGE ACCEPTED

Entering Soft Cruise Change

53 Operation Section Screens (Fuel Correction Adjustment)

Screens (Fuel Correction Adjustment)


(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Fuel Correction Adjustment allows fine tuning of future fuel use data based on past differences between the ECM stored value and your recorded fuel usage.

Accessing Fuel Correction Adjustment


An ECM Customer Programmable Parameter determines access to this function of the dash display. If the ECM is not programmed to allow access to this screen, the entire Fuel Correction Adjustment column of the Screen Map will not be shown. Therefore, pressing the Right Arrow key from the THEFT DETERRENT title screen or pressing the Left Arrow key from the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen will skip over the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen. After programming the parameter in the ECM, power to the display must be turned OFF and then back ON for the display to recognize the change. Fuel correction adjustments should only be made following an extended operating period with the vehicle driving on its usual routes. Adjusting the fuel correction effects all future Fuel Used data: Instantaneous, Driver Trip, Fleet Trip, and Lifetime Totals. It is recommended fuel correction adjustments be made when the vehicle is not moving.

Adjusting Fuel Correction


Determining Actual Fuel Economy
Before an accurate adjustment can be made, the actual fuel usage and distance traveled must be tracked. Because the display uses the Fleet Trip Segment as a basis for fuel correction adjustment it is easier to begin tracking actual fuel used and distance traveled immediately following a Fleet Trip Segment Reset. Following an extended period of time on typical driving routes, calculate the Actual Fuel Economy from the Fuel Used and Distance Traveled as follows:
Actual Distance Traveled Actual Fuel Used

54 Operation Section Screens (Fuel Correction Adjustment)

Entering Actual Fuel Economy


1. From the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen, press the Down arrow key. The display will show the current Fleet Fuel Economy on the top line, and indicate a blinking cursor (left most digit) next to the word ACTUAL on the second line of the display. 2. Pressing the Down arrow key scrolls through numbers 0 - 9, beginning with 9. Pressing the Up arrow key begins with the number 1. If the first entry space is not needed, press the Right arrow key and the second digit begins flashing. When the appropriate number is in view, press the Right arrow key and select the digit after the decimal point. When the last digit is successfully selected, press the Right arrow key and the display will indicate the Actual Fuel Economy just entered. If the number is correct, press the Left arrow key . 3. If the Actual Fuel Economy shown is correct, press the Left arrow key and a message will appear acknowledging your fuel correction adjustment. If an error was made entering the Actual Fuel Economy, press the Down, Up, or Right arrow key and the display returns to the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT ENTRY screen (with the just-entered numbers cleared), allowing you to re-enter the Actual Fuel Economy.

Fuel Correction Out-of-Range Message


The FUEL CORRECTION OUT OF RANGE message will be displayed if the entered Fuel Rate Correction exceeded allowable limits. Depress any key and the display will return to the FUEL CORRECTION ADJUSTMENT title screen.

55 Operation Section Screens (Fuel Correction Adjustment)

FUEL CORRECTION ADUSTMENT

Scrolls Through Numbers 0 - 9 Starting With 1.

FLEET MPG XX.X ACTUAL . MPG

Scrolls Through Numbers 0 - 9 Starting With 9.

ACTUAL X.XX MPG IF CORRECT

FUEL CORRECTION ENTERED

Returns To Title Screen

Entering Fuel Correction

56 Operation Section Screens (Display Configuration)

Screens (Display Configuration)


The language for the display can be selected by the driver. The three languages offered are English, French, or Spanish. The units of measure for the display can be selected by the driver. There are four groups of units: English using miles, MPG (US Gallons), psi, F English using miles, MPIG (Imperial Gallons), psi, F Metric using kilometers/liters, kPa, C Metric using liters/100 kilometers, liters, kPa, C

DISPLAY CONFIGURATION

UNITS

LANGUAGE

SELECT LANGUAGE

ENGLISH

LANGUAGE

FRENCH

LANGUAGE

SPANISH

US GAL IMPERIAL GAL

UNITS ENGLISH

SELECT UNITS

KM/LITER LITERS/100KM

UNITS METRIC

Screen Map for Selecting Units

57 Operation Section Screens (Display Configuration)

Units of Measure
From the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen, press the Down arrow key. This screen displays the current measurement units. Selecting the Display Language from the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION title screen, press the Down arrow key two times. Once the Select Language screen appears, press the Left arrow key one time. If the English language is desired, press the Left arrow key. If the French language is desired, press the Down arrow key from the Language English screen. Now press the Left arrow key from this screen. If the Spanish language is desired, press the Down arrow key twice from the Language English screen. Now press the Left arrow key from this screen.

Selecting the Display Units


From the Display Configuration title screen, press the Down arrow key three times. Once the Select Units screen appears, press the Left arrow key one time. If English units are desired, press the Left arrow key and select the desired unit of measure (US gallons or Imperial gallons). If Imperial Gallons is selected, then wherever Gallons is displayed on the screen an "IG" will be displayed to the operator (example: MPIG, IGAL, etc.). If Metric units are desired, press the Down arrow key from the Units English screen. Now, press the Left arrow key from this screen and select the desired units (kilometers/liter of liters/100 kilometers).

58 Operation Section Screens (Driver Entry)

Screens (Driver Entry)


(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only) Two Driver IDs
The Caterpillar 3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines ECM can maintain information for two Driver IDs at the same time. The ECM will separately store Fleet Trip Information for each of the two drivers. This function is ideally suited for slip seat or team driving. It could also be used by the same driver to track vehicle operation over two legs of a trip (a single driver would use two Driver IDs to identify the different legs of the trip). The Driver ID should be selected or entered before driving the vehicle. The Fleet Trip information, for each of the two drivers, is unavailable for display on the Cat ID. This information is only available by using the Caterpillar Fleet Information Software program.

Entering A New Driver ID


A maximum of two Driver IDs can be used for each Fleet Trip Segment. If two Driver IDs have already been entered, and a third (and different) ID is now desired, the Fleet Trip Segment must first be reset. When the Fleet Trip Segment is reset, the Driver IDs are cleared.

DRIVER ENTRY ACTIVE DRIVER

SELECT DRIVER ID
Up Arrow Scrolls Beginning with A

ENTER DRIVER ID
16CHARACTERSMAX

Right Arrow Moves to Net Character, or Net Screen

Down Arrow Scrolls Beginning with 9


16CHARACTERSMAX

IF CORRECT

Returns to ENTER DRIVER ID Screen

Returns to ENTER DRIVER ID Screen

Entering a New Driver ID

59 Operation Section Screens (Driver Entry)

Holding the key (Up or Down arrow) causes the display to fast scroll through the available characters in the specified direction. The right arrow key moves to the adjacent right cursor location. A Driver ID can have a maximum of 16 characters, and a minimum of one character. This information is not available for earlier Caterpillar 3176, 3406B, or 3406C, and all Detroit Diesel, Cummins, or Mack Engines.

Selecting a Previously Entered ID


If a Driver ID has previously been entered during the current Fleet Trip Segment, select the entry as indicated below without re-entering the ID.

DRIVER ENTRY ACTIVE DRIVER

DRIVER ID 1

SELECT DRIVER ID

DRIVER ID 2

Selecting a Previously Entered Driver ID From the DRIVER ENTRY title screen, press the Down arrow key and the SELECT DRIVER ID screen is shown. Press the Left arrow key and one of the two previously entered Driver IDs will be shown. If an ID has not been previously entered, a NO DRIVER IDS ENTERED! message will appear. Pressing the Down arrow key will show the other (if entered) Driver ID. Press the Left arrow key to select a Driver ID as the active driver.

60 Operation Section Screens (Driver Entry)

DRIVER ENTRY SCREENS EXPLANATION TABLE Screen


DRIVER ENTRY ACTIVE DRIVER

Parameter Driver Entry Title Screen

Explanation Shows currently entered Driver ID where ACTIVE DRIVER text is indicated. This is the second screen (automatically shown) when the display is first powered up. Pressing any key will display the next screen in the power-up sequence. When viewing during normal operation; Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrow Moves one column to the right. Down arrow Select Driver ID screen. If the Fleet Trip has been reset, the screen will indicate NO ACTIVE DRIVER where the ACTIVE DRIVER text is indicated.

SELECT DRIVER ID

Select Previously Entered Driver ID

Pressing the Left arrow key allows the operator to select one of the two previously entered Driver IDs. The first of two possible Driver IDs will be shown. If no Driver ID s have been entered, a message NO DRIVER IDS ENTERED! will appear. Press any key to return to the DRIVER ENTRY title screen.

DRIVER ID 1

Select Driver ID 1

Shows the first previously entered Driver ID, where Driver ID 1 is indicated. Pressing the Left arrow key enters the ID as the current driver and begins recording information for this driver. Display returns to DRIVER ENTRY title screen. Shows the second Driver ID, where Driver ID 2 has previously been entered into the display. Pressing the Left arrow key will enter this ID as the current driver and begins recording information. Display returns to DRIVER ENTRY title screen.

DRIVER ID 2

Select Driver ID 2

61 Operation Section Screens (Driver Entry)

DRIVER ENTRY SCREENS EXPLANATION TABLE (CONT.) Screen


ENTER DRIVER ID 16_CHARACTERSMAX

Parameter Enter New Driver ID

Explanation Use the Down and Up arrow keys to scroll through 0 - 9 and A - Z. The Right and Left keys move between character locations. A space can be entered by moving through a character space without selecting a character using the Up or Down arrow key. Holding the Down or Up key will scroll quickly through the available characters. If two Driver IDs have previously been entered, a MAX DRIVER IDS ENTERED! message will appear. Press any key and the display returns to the DRIVER ENTRY title screen. If no characters have been entered a A CHARACTER MUST BE ENTERED! message will appear.

16_CHARACTERSMAX IF CORRECT

Accept New Driver ID

Shows the entered Driver ID. Pressing the Left arrow key will enter this Driver ID and return the display to the DRIVER ENTRY title screen with this ID shown as the Current Driver. All vehicle operating data will be tracked to this driver. Pressing any other key (Up, Down, or Right arrow) will return display to the ENTER NEW DRIVER ID screen with the just entered Driver ID cleared.

62 Operation Section Screens (State Crossing)

Screens (State Crossing)


(3176B, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, and C-16 Engines Only)
The Cat ID can track distance traveled, fuel used, PTO fuel used, and idle fuel used in each state for up to 50 U.S. states or Canadian provinces. Before the data can be collected, enter the state the vehicle is operating in by using the display. This information is reset with the Fleet Trip Segment. The state selection should be made when the vehicle is not moving. Available States: All 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C., and 12 Canadian provinces are available.

Accessing State Crossings


ECM Customer Programmable parameters determine the access to this function of the dash display. If the state information is programmed OFF in the ECM, the entire state crossing column will not be shown. Therefore, pressing the right arrow key from the DRIVER ENTRY title screen, or left from the INSTANTANEOUS DATA title screen, will skip over the STATE CROSSING title screen. After programming the parameters in the ECM, power must be turned OFF and then back ON for the display to recognize the change.

Selecting a State
The STATE CROSSING title screen displays the currently selected state where the CURRENT STATE text is indicated in the illustration.

STATE CROSSING CURRENT STATE

ADACENT STATE 1 IF CORRECT

ADACENT STATE 1

ADACENT STATE 2

Scroll through adacent states until all adacent states have been displayed, then begins alphabetatical listing of available states/provinces.

Selecting a State

63 Operation Section Screens (State Crossing)

To enter a new state, press the Down arrow key to show more states. The display will first alphabetically list all adjacent states to the current state. The list can be scrolled through using the Up and Down arrow keys. To select a state not adjacent to the current state, continue scrolling down through the adjacent state list, and eventually the list starts over with a full alphabetical listing of all available states and provinces. When the desired state is displayed, press the Left arrow key. The display will again show the selected state. Press the Left arrow key to enter the displayed state as the current state, any other key to return to select a different state.

STATE ENTRY SCREENS Screen


STATE CROSSING CURRENT STATE

Parameter State Crossing Title Screen

Explanation Shows currently entered state where Current State text is indicated. If a state has not been entered, a message indicating No Active State will appear. The No Active State will occur only with a new display until one state is entered. This screen will be automatically shown when the display is first powered up following the screen showing the Active Driver. Pressing any key will show the next screen in the power-up sequence. If the Fleet Trip information has been reset, the current state (at time of reset) is maintained. Left arrow Moves one column to the left. Right arrow Moves one column to the right. Down arrow Selects another state. If 50 state crossings have already been entered, a STATES ALLOWED EXCEEDED! message will appear. Press any key and the display will return to the STATE CROSSING title screen. The display will not allow any additional state crossings until the Fleet Trip has been reset.

ADJACENT STATE 1

Select A Different State

Display will indicate states available for selection. Lists adjacent states in alphabetical order. When adjacent states are exhausted, the display begins listing all states in alphabetical order. When desired state is found, press the Left arrow key to select it. The Up and Down arrow keys will scroll forward and backward through the list. Shows state just selected. If this state is desired, press Left arrow key and display returns to STATE CROSSING title screen with this state as the Current State. If this state is incorrect, pressing the Down, Up, or Right arrow key will return to state selection listing.

ADJACENT STATE 1 IF CORRECT

Enter Selected State

64 Troubleshooting Section Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Section
Troubleshooting can be difficult. The following pages list some of the possible problems. Problem 1: Unable To Read Display Characters Probable Cause: 1. Individual Display Segments Unlit If portions of the display will not light (part of a character is missing, etc.), the display must be replaced.

Problem 2: Display Will Not Power-Up Probable Cause: 1. Make sure key switch is in ON position. 2. Loose or poor power and ground connections to the display. 3. Vehicle battery dead. 4. Software chip not inserted in display, or not fully seated in display. After checking the above items, if condition still exists refer to Step 1 of Diagnostic Test.

Problem 3: No Data Link Communication Message Probable Cause: 1. No or intermittent connection in one of the two ATA Data Link lines to the engine ECM. 2. Connection to the SAE J1922 Data Link instead of ATA Data Link. 3. No or intermittent power or ground connections to the engine ECM. After checking the above items, if condition still exists refer to Step 4 of Diagnostic Test.

Problem 4: All Data Except Lifetime Totals Has Been Reset Probable Cause: 1. Unswitched battery connection to engine ECM disconnected. Possibly due to vehicle service or a battery disconnect switch. 2. Data purposely reset using the display, Caterpillar Fleet Information Software, or an electronic service tool. Determine the reason for the reset and avoid reoccurrence. If a different system problem is suspected, consult a qualified service shop.

65 Troubleshooting Section Troubleshooting

Problem 5: Fleet, Driver Trip Data, and Lifetime Totals Reset Probable Cause: 1. Engine ECM recently replaced. Determine the reason for the reset and avoid reoccurrence. If a different system problem is suspected, consult a qualified service shop.

Problem 6: Unable to Reset/Adjust Fleet Trip, Maintenance or Fuel Correction Probable Cause: 1. Engine ECM Customer Programmable Parameters are programmed to prevent the reset of these parameters. An electronic service tool and owner permission will be necessary to reset the ECM and allow access to these functions from the display. 2. Power to the display was turned OFF and then turned back ON for the display to recognize the change.

Problem 7: Unable to Access Fleet Trip State Totals and State Crossing information Probable Cause: 1. Engine ECM Customer Programmable Parameters are programmed OFF to prevent access to this information. An electronic service tool and owner permission will be necessary to reset the ECM and allow access to this information. NOTE: The power must be cycled OFF and then ON to the display to recognize any changes in the ECM.

Problem 8: Certain Instantaneous Data Parameters Appear to be Unavailable 1. This information is not available on the data link. Make sure the appropriate sensors are installed. For example, if Ambient Air Temperature is not shown by the display, verify that an Ambient Air Sensor is installed on the vehicle.

Problem 9: Display Does Not Dim When Connected to Vehicle Dimmer Circuit Probable Cause: 1. Vehicle dimmer circuit is not a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) type circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer to determine if the vehicle has a PWM dimmer circuit.

66 Troubleshooting Section Diagnostic Test

Diagnostic Test
TEST STEP Step 1: Check Electrical Connectors And Wiring RESULT DIAGNOSIS/ ACTION

Follow display wiring harness and locate the display-to-vehicle connector.

OK NOT OK

Proceed to next step. Repair as required. If conditions are not resolved then Proceed to next step.

Inspect wiring harness for evidence of wear


(through the harness bundle). sure it is fully connected. connector.

Check both halves of the connector to make Pull on each of the wires going into the
Step 2: Check Battery Voltage at Vehicle Connector

Turn ignition key ON and disconnect the dash display connector.

OK NOT OK

Proceed to next step. Repair as required. If conditions are not resolved then Proceed to next step.

Use a voltmeter and measure the DC voltage


from pin 3 (red wire from display) to pin 4 (black wire from display) of the vehicle connector. (Battery voltage should be 11 to 13.5 Volts DC.) connector.

Pull on each of the wires going into the Inspect batteries, wiring, and connectors.
Step 3: Connect Display to 12 Volt Power Source

Disconnect display from vehicle wiring and connect to another 12 Volt DC power source.

OK

Connect pin 3 (red wire from display) to

positive (+) terminal of power source, and pin 4 (black wire from display) to negative (-) terminal of power source. because it is not connected to the data link). battery for damage.

Repair other components as required or Proceed to next step. Display is defective.

NOT OK

Display should light up. (Will not communicate Check wiring, connectors, or the vehicle

67 Troubleshooting Section Diagnostic Test

Diagnostic Test (Continued)


TEST STEP Step 4: Connect Display to Another Data Link Connector RESULT DIAGNOSIS/ ACTION

Disconnect display from vehicle wiring harness. The display should power-up and communicate if connected to the good data link connector.

OK

Repair other components as required. Proceed to next step.

Connect an electronic service tool to the Cab If a Cab data link connector is not available, Configure a harness adapter to go from the

NOT OK

Data Link connector (if available) with the key ON to make sure the data link is functional. connect the service tool directly to the engine ECM and make sure it functions. Display Data Link connector to the known good data link connector. (See the diagrams Harness Adapter Diagrams which indicate the pin-out for some common Data Link connectors). connected to the J1922 Data Link. damage.

Make sure the display connections are not Check displays wiring or connectors for
Step 5: Inspect Display Software Chip Insertion

Disconnect display from vehicle harness. Remove display from dash or from on-dash mounting bracket and carefully remove back cover from display.

OK NOT OK

Display is defective. Completely insert chip and reconnect to Data Link. If problem is still not resolved, display is defective.

Inspect display software chip for damage. Completely insert chip and reconnect display
to data link. (The software chip should be completely inserted in the holder.)

68 Troubleshooting Section Harness Adapter Diagrams

Harness Adapter Diagrams


A B C D E F 1 ATA 2 ATA 3 BATTERY 4 - BATTERY 5 6

Left SideCab 6 Pin Deutsch Connector Right SideDisplay 6 Pin Deutsch Plug Connector

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 ATA 2 ATA 3 BATTERY 4 - BATTERY 5 6

Left SideCab 8 Pin Amp Connector Right SideDisplay 6 Pin Deutsch Plug Connector

J H A D B F G C E

1 ATA 2 ATA 3 BATTERY 4 - BATTERY 5 6

Left SideCaterpillar 9 Pin Deutsch Connector Right SideDisplay 6 Pin Deutsch Plug Connector This diagram is recommended if either the 7X-1403 or 7X-1686 Data Link Adapter Harnesses are available.

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CONNECTORS Part No. 3E-3378 8T-8735 8T-8730 7X-1873 3E-5226 7T-4577 Deutsch 6 - Pin DT Plug Deutsch 9 - Pin HD Plug Deutsch #16/#18 AWG Plug Socket (for 3E-3378 and 8T-8735) Deutsch 6 - Pin HD Plug Deutsch 6 - Pin HD Plug Socket Amp 8 - Pin Connector Description

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General Information
Installation Section

Nomenclature
1

2 4

(1) In-dash mounting bracket. (2) Thumb screw. (3) Dash display connector and 4.5 m (15.00 ft) of wire. (4) On-dash mounting bracket. (5) Cat ID display.

Installation Wiring Diagram


Cab Wiring to ECM A Cab 6 - pin B Deutsch C Diagnostic D Connector E F Fuse
+

1 2 3 4 5 6 Key Switch

ATA+ (Yellow wire) ATA- (Light Blue wire) + BATTERY (Red wire) - BATTERY (Black wire) Dimmer (Dark Blue wire)

Display 6 - pin Deutsch Connector

Battery

To Cab Dash Dimmer Control

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In-Dash Installation
Tooling Required For Installation

Drill Voltmeter Detail Saw Tie Wraps File Diagonal Pliers Medium Flathead Screwdriver Needle Nose Pliers Data Link Connector (same type as in vehicle, if available)

Installation Procedure
1. Determine and mark the location for the display. The space requirements for the display are 113 mm (4.4 in) wide by 54 mm (2.1 in) high and 76 mm (3.0 in) deep. The dash must be 2.0 to 6.0 mm (.06 to .25 in) thick to allow the bracket to be secured to the back of the display. NOTE: If the dash is more than 6.0 mm (.25 in) thick, the in-dash mounting bracket can be carefully trimmed. 2. Disconnect vehicle batteries. 3. Locate all the wiring connections. The display requires the minimum of a fused key-switched (+)Battery, (-)Battery, ATA Data Link(+), and ATA Data Link(-) for proper operation. An optional fifth connection provides automatic dimming using the dash panel lights. The display requires less than 0.3 amps from the power lines. a. The key-switched (+)Battery and (-)Battery should be available in the cab fuse panel.

NOTICE The dash diagnostic data link has (+)Battery and (-)Battery connections available, but the (+)Battery may be unswitched. Connect the display to key switched battery.

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b. The ATA Data Link(+) and ATA Data Link(-) are located behind the dash diagnostic data link or, preferably a two-pin connector, is available (already supplied by the vehicle manufacturer). Do not confuse the ATA Data Link lines with the SAE J1922 Data Link lines. c. The dash dimmer light connection should be accessible from behind the dash. The vehicle dimmer circuit must be a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) type circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer to determine the type of dimmer circuit, and if any of the necessary connections have an easy access point. 4. Connect the key-switched (+)Battery and (-)Battery. Crimp a terminal or wire splice from the display (+)Battery (red wire) to the vehicle key-switched (+)Battery, and from the display (-)Battery (black wire) to the vehicle (-)Battery. 5. Reconnect vehicle batteries, check for proper voltage and display operation. a. After reconnecting the vehicle batteries use a voltmeter and measure the voltage between the key-switched (+)Battery (pin 3, red wire) and (-)Battery (pin 4, black wire) with the key switch ON. The voltage should be 11 to 13.5 volts DC, if properly connected. b. Turn the key OFF and measure the voltage again. It should be zero (0) volts with the key in the OFF position.

NOTICE Displays with part numbers 114-3475, 123-8981, and 128-0941 are 12 volt systems. Do not use 24 volts to power these units this will damage the display unit. All other part numbers are 12 and 24 volt compatible. The part number of the unit is attached on a label to each display.
6. Connect the data link lines. NOTE: The data link(+) line and data link(-) line must be connected to the correct lines or the display will not work. a. Temporarily connect the display to the wiring harness. b. Turn the key switch ON. The display should come on. c. If the display comes on, but indicates there is no communication, turn the key switch OFF, and switch the data link lines. d. If this does not solve the problem, either the connections are insufficient or the lines are connected to the wrong data link connector (possibly the SAE J1922 instead of ATA Data Link).

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7. Remove the dash front panel and cut the desired opening for the display. Carefully cut a 112 mm (4.4 in) wide by 53 mm (2.1 in) hole in the dash display. Always measure the width and height of your display before cutting. NOTE: Do not make the hole in the dash too large. Use a file or other means to avoid an over-size hole. The display face (3) holds the display in place against the rear mounting bracket (1). The display face is less than 2.8 mm (.12 in) larger (4) than the display housing (2).

Top View of Display (1) In-dash mounting bracket. (2) Display housing. (3) Display face. (4) Shoulder of display face 2.8 mm (.12 in). 8. Insert the display into dash. a. Insert the display from the front of the dash through the cutout. b. Install the rear mounting bracket and loosely tighten the two thumb screws to hold the display in place. c. Check the display from the front of the dash and make sure it is straight before tightening the thumb screws. 9. Secure the displays wiring harness. Use tie-wraps and secure the wiring harness to avoid wiring abrasion and operator interference. Cut off excess wiring, do not leave a coiled bundle of wire in the vehicle.

NOTICE Do not locate the driver displays wiring harness near wiring harnesses leading to or from radio equipment.

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On-Dash Installation
Tooling Required For Installation

Drill Voltmeter Detail Saw Tie Wraps File Diagonal Pliers Medium Flathead Screwdriver Needle Nose Pliers Data Link Connector (same type as in vehicle, if available)

Additional Components Required


Two 6 mm (.25 in) bolts, flat washers, lockwashers, and nuts or tape for mounting dash bracket to dash.

Installation Procedure
1. Determine and mark the location for the display. a. When determining the location for the Cat ID, select one with good visibility. Make sure the location will not interfere with visibility necessary for truck operation. b. The display is approximately 114 mm (4.5 in) wide, up to 76 mm (3.0 in) high (with mounting bracket) and 89 mm (3.5 in) deep. NOTE: The location of the display must be within reach of the wiring harness. 2. Disconnect the vehicles batteries. 3. Locate all the wiring connections. The display requires the minimum of a fused key-switched (+)Battery, (-)Battery, ATA Data Link(+), and ATA Data Link(-) for proper operation. A fifth connection is optional to provide automatic dimming using the vehicle dash panel lights. The display requires less than 0.3 amps from the power lines. a. The key-switched (+)Battery and (-)Battery should be available in the cab fuse panel.

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NOTICE The dash diagnostic data link has (+)Battery and (-)Battery connections available, but the (+)Battery may be unswitched. Connect the display to key switched battery.
b. The ATA Data Link(+) and ATA Data Link(-) are located behind the dash diagnostic data link or, preferably, a two-pin connector is available (already supplied by the vehicle manufacturer). Do not confuse the ATA Data Link lines with the SAE J1922 Data Link lines. c. The dash dimmer light connection should be accessible from behind the dash. The vehicle dimmer circuit must be a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) type circuit. Contact the vehicle manufacturer to determine the type of dimmer circuit, and if any of the necessary connections have an easy access point. 4. Connect the key-switched (+)Battery and (-)Battery. Crimp a terminal or wire splice from the display (+)Battery (red wire) to the vehicle key-switched (+)Battery, and from the display (-)Battery (black wire) to the vehicle (-)Battery. 5. Reconnect vehicle batteries, check for proper voltage and display operation. a. After reconnecting the vehicle batteries use a voltmeter and measure the voltage between the key-switched (+)Battery (pin 3, red wire) and (-)Battery (pin 4, black wire) with the key switch ON. The voltage should be 11 to 13.5 volts DC if properly connected. b. Turn the key OFF and measure the voltage again. It should be zero (0) volts with the key in the OFF position.

NOTICE Displays with part numbers 114-3475, 123-8981, and 128-0941 are 12 volt systems. Do not use 24 volts to power these units this will damage the display unit. All other part numbers are 12 and 24 volt compatible. The part number of the unit is attached on a label to each display.
6. Connect the data link lines. NOTE: The data link(+) line and data link(-) line must be connected to the correct lines or the display will not work. a. Temporarily connect the display to the wiring harness. b. Turn the key switch ON. The display should come on. c. If the display comes on, but indicates there is no communication, turn the key switch OFF, and switch the data link lines.

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d. If this does not solve the problem, either the connections are insufficient or the lines are connected to the wrong data link connector (possibly the SAE J1922 instead of ATA Data Link).

NOTICE When drilling holes through the dash, inspect the under side of the dash to make sure no component damage will result from drilling.
7. Drill a hole through the dash for the wiring harness or use another routing path if available. a. Remove the dash front panel from below the location of the display. b. Carefully drill a 10.00 mm (.375 in) hole in the top of the dash for the display harness (cable only). To avoid drilling a larger hole [32.0 mm (1.25 in)], temporarily remove the connector from the dash display wiring harness. 8. Locate and secure the mounting bracket. a. Mounting with screws. Mark and drill the mounting bracket holes. Use two 6 mm (.25 in) bolts, flat washers, lockwashers and nuts to secure the display in place (these are not supplied). The required length of the bolt is dependent upon the thickness of the dash. b. Mounting with double-faced mounting tape. Cut and place tape onto the dash. 9. Secure mounting bracket to dash. 10. Fasten the display to mounting bracket. a. Insert the display into the mounting bracket and hold it in place with the thumb screws b. Tilt the display to the desired angle and tighten the thumb screws. 11. Secure the displays wiring harness. Use tie-wraps and secure the display wiring harness to avoid wiring abrasion and operator interference. Cut off excess wiring. Do not leave a coiled bundle of wire in the vehicle.

NOTICE Do not locate the driver displays wiring harness near wiring harnesses leading to or from radio equipment.

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EEPROM Installation/Inspection
1. Before attempting to inspect or replace the EEPROM, make sure the display is disconnected from the vehicle wiring harness. 2. Remove the display from the dash.

NOTICE Do not use a screwdriver to remove the EEPROM cover. Damage to the display will result.

Back View of Display (1) EEPROM cover. (2) Tabs.

3. Grasp both sides of EEPROM Cover (1) and remove it from the back of the display.

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Back View of Display with EEPROM Cover Removed (3) EEPROM carrier. (4) Tabs.

4. Remove the EEPROM carrier (3) from the display by carefully grasping two tabs (4) at the top and bottom and removing the carrier. 5. To install a new EEPROM (or reinstall the old EEPROM), match the notches at the top and bottom of the EEPROM carrier cavity with the EEPROM carrier. Insert the EEPROM until the top of the carrier is flush with the carrier cavity. 6. Reinstall the EEPROM cover. 7. Reconnect the display and make sure it is operating correctly. Disconnect the display and proceed to the next step if the display is functioning properly. 8. Install the display into the on-dash bracket, or install it into the dash. NOTE: For in-dash installations, make sure the mounting bracket notch can go around the harness grommet.

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Notes

80 Warranty Section Caterpillar Limited Warranty

Effective with sales to the first user on or after June 24, 1994

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Caterpillar Limited Warranty


Driver Information Display For On-Highway Vehicle Engines
Caterpillar Inc., or any of its subsidiaries (Caterpillar), warrants the Caterpillar Driver Information Display for use in on-highway vehicle applications to be free from defects in material and workmanship. This warranty is subject to the following:

Warranty Period
The warranty period is 12 months, starting from date of purchase by the first user or the delivery date of the Caterpillar engine if installed by an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).

Caterpillar Responsibilities
If a defect in material or workmanship is found during the warranty period, Caterpillar will, during normal working hours and at a place of business of a Caterpillar dealer or other source approved by Caterpillar: Provide (at Caterpillars choice) a new or Remanufactured Driver Information Display. Note: Items replaced under this warranty become the property of Caterpillar. Provide reasonable labor needed to replace the Driver Information Display.

User Responsibilities
The user is responsible for: Providing proof of sale/delivery date. Labor costs, except as stated under Caterpillar Responsibilities. Parts shipping charges in excess of those which are usual and customary. Local taxes, if applicable. Giving timely notice of a warrantable failure and promptly making the product available for repair. The cost of repairs made to items other than the Driver Information Display.

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Limitations
Caterpillar is not responsible for failures resulting from: Any use or installation which Caterpillar judges improper. Abuse, neglect and/or improper repair.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. REMEDIES UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE LIMITED TO THE PROVISION OF MATERIALS AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. CATERPILLAR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
In the case of Driver Information Displays sold for personal, family or household use in the United States of America, its territories and possessions, this section shall be substituted for the preceding paragraph.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY. NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE APPLICABLE AFTER EXPIRATION OF THIS CATERPILLAR LIMITED WARRANTY. REMEDIES UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE LIMITED TO THE PROVISION OF MATERIAL AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. CATERPILLAR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY MAY LAST OR ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THEREFORE, THE ABOVE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary by jurisdiction. To find the location of the closest Caterpillar dealer or other authorized repair facility, call toll free (800) 447-4986. If you have questions concerning this warranty or its applications, call or write: In U.S.A., Caterpillar Inc., Engine Division, P.O. Box 610, Mossville, IL. 61552-0610 Attention: Customer Service Manager (309) 678-8288. Outside U.S.A. contact your Caterpillar Dealer.

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