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2009 NTEA Fall Product Conference

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John

Tomlinson - Chassis Body Builder Book and


Product Overview

Dave

Bryant

Bryan

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Howard

- Overview of EPA 2010 Reference Book

- Electrical Overview

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Whats new for EPA 2010?

Partnership

Freightliner s focus for 2010 is to make life easier for our body building partners
and better final products for our mutual end customers.

Timely Information

New tools have been developed to ensure the new designs are understood and
accounted for in any new designs.

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Access Freightliner provides one stop shopping to


locate all the new 2010 body builder information

New systems and information has been designed to help customers understand the
changes and advantages coming in 2010 engines and components.

New documents will be easier to access and easier to use with relevant information
where and when you need it.

http://www.accessfreightliner.com
http://www.M2BodyBuilder.com

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All new 2010 Body Builder book for the M2 for Oct Release

Detailed information help body builders find what they need quickly to make designs
work on the shop floor

Only the information you need which reduces clutter and extra pages of information.

Easy to navigate color-coded indexing links

An on-line calculator will also be available for determining frame height, jounce and
turning radius based on the specs of any given model in the body builder guide.

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Detailed information
Starting with base components through assembly mounting and finaly schematic
connections, help body builders find what they need to make designs work on the shop
floor

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Up-to-date information

2010 Drive train information shows which components will go together and where
connection points will be located.
Clearance and drive angles will also be shown to help body engineers make accurate
designs before a torch is put to metal on the floor.

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Body Builder Book


Consolidated information with easy to read tables are designed reduce engineering time.
Module information and option codes also make the information easy to apply to truck
order specifications and easy location through pdf search.

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Engine Mounted Radiators


Isolates radiator from frame

To improve driver comfort

Reduced noise

Less vibration

Decreased harshness (NVH)

Tighter fan/shroud tip clearance

Improved cooling capability

Reduced fan on time for better fuel economy

Two piece shroud design

Provides easier maintenance and improved


durability

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NFPA 1901 Compliant

M-2 Cabs meets new NFPA


1901 requirements

Solutions available in all M2 Cab Configurations

Speed Maximized at 60 or 68 MPH

Extra Length Seat Belts

Seat and seatbelt sensors with factory installed


harnesses for VDR units

Minimum head room requirements met for all cabs

Tow Hooks, Remote Mirrors and Regen Inhibit


capability

Max exhaust temperature: < 851 degrees Improved


with 2010 system

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Better Body Builder Communication


Focusing on areas that improve body builders
bottom line
Simplify the Multiplexing Interface

New documentation has been created to improve


the bodybuilder electrical interface with the M2.

Understanding what we offer

New option release system emails body builders


directly with new offerings.

Dedicated people to support Body Builders.

M2 Vocational Sales Team


Travis Sanders primary CAE Option content contact

for Body Builders

Bryan Howard - Vocational Sales focuses on electrical

interface and supporting the needs of the body builders.

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John

Tomlinson - Chassis Body Builder Book and


Product Overview

Dave

Bryant

Bryan

Department

Howard

- Overview of EPA 2010 Reference Book

- Electrical Overview

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Agenda EPA10 Reference Guide

Engine Choices

Cooling Charts

Exhaust Configurations

DEF Tank Configurations

DEF Gauges and Indicator

Launch Groups

Cab Heights

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Engines Detroit Diesel

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Engines Cummins

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Engines Sales Codes (example)

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Cooling Charts - Example

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Exhaust Configurations

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Detailed Exhaust Configurations ISB/ISC RH Under


step (example)

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Exhaust Configurations Package Codes (example)

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DEF Tank Configurations


Fill necks do not allow
insertion of diesel nozzle into
DEF tank
Cold Weather Operation:
Tanks are engine coolant heated
DEF delivery lines are electrically heated and purged

Customer relocation of DEF tank


available as a custom option

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DEF Tank Size

Diesel Consumption

6 gal

300 gal

13 gal

650 gal

23 gal

1150 gal
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DEF Tank Configurations Medium Duty

Medium Duty:
- DEF tank located aft of rectangular fuel
tanks
- All DEF tank sizes available

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DEF Tank Configurations Heavy Duty

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DEF Gauges and Indicator

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Launch Groups 6.7 Liter and 8.3 Liter Engines

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Launch Groups 13 Liter to 16 Liter Engines

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Cab Heights Body Builder Book Example

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Cab Heights

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John

Tomlinson - Chassis Body Builder Book and


Product Overview

Dave

Bryant

Bryan

Department

Howard

- Overview of EPA 2010 Reference Book

- Electrical Overview

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Body builder Electrical Training Documents and tools


for the shop floor.

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Where to find components on


truck and in the system

Harness routings information to


help find Harnesses on the truck

Module information to help


source schematics from the
Freightliner Service Site
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What options to order and why

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OEM and vendor plug and pin part numbers


for easy sourcing

System loading and


network communication
information

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Body Builder and Trailer PDMs

The cover slides over the rear extrusion and fastens to the bracket at the top with
two reusable push-pin fasteners for tool free installation and removal.

Does not impede Clearance to back of drivers seat.

Driver seat shown in full back position.

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Body Builder and Trailer PDMs

Floor Mounted Configuration for Extend Cab Only

Cover pulls forward


Lifts up to remove

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Electrical Changes for 2010 Power Distribution

The PowerTrain PDM (PTPDM) has been improved to allow


for the higher amperage requirements of the 2010
electrical systems and expanded to accept a greater
number of relay and fuse requirements.

Vocational applications now utilize the PTPDM. This


improvement relocates the relays previously scattered
around the vehicle into the PTPDM and at the same time
provides a previously absent label for vocational relays.

The hybrid harnesses now utilize the PTPDM. This


improvement relocates the relays and fuses associated
with the hybrid system into the PTPDM, eliminating the
entire 36 circuit hybrid-specific PDM.

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Electrical Changes for 2010 Multiplex Modules


Multiplex Module Redesign for M2
Scheduled for April/May Production Changeover
Backwards Compatible

Bulkhead Module Upgrades


Doubling of the available rungs of M-Logic
Pre-Flight System w/Configurability

Chassis Module

Increasing Marker Lamp Driver from 10 Amp


to 25 Amp. Minimum 20 Amps dedicated
for Body & Trailer Marker Lamps

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Should reduce need for Body Builder


PDM

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New Multiplexing options available

Automated Headlamps with Wipers

311-019 HEADLIGHTS WITH WIPERS, WITH DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS

311-021 HEADLIGHTS WITH WIPERS, NO DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS

Exterior Regen Notifications

Uses J1939 Messaging to actuate existing outputs such as lights and horns to notify operator
of Regen warning when vehicle is in stationary position.

275-063 TWO-STAGE ELECTRIC HORN AND HAZARD LAMP ALERT CONTROLLED BY


PARTICULATE FILTER REGENERATION REQUIRED STATUS

Factory Wig Wag Functions

27D-004 ALTERNATING FLASHING HEADLAMP SYSTEM WITH BODY BUILDER CONTROLLED


ENGAGEMENT

27D-012 ALTERNATING FLASHING HEADLAMP SYSTEM WITH DASH SWITCH

Remote Start/Stop

157-004 - MANUAL REMOTE ENGINE START/STOP

157-007 - MANUAL REMOTE ENGINE START/STOP WITH PTO RE-ENGAGE

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Wired Rite Pre-Wire

Provides factory installed wiring for


Wired Rite Panels

Includes Power supply

Power output connector on Chassis

Switch inputs in Dash and Overhead


console

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Emergency Data recorder (VDR) harness prep is


standard with seatbelt sensors

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High Output Optional Switches

Module 329 Available via Price Quote for


December/January builds and later

Supplies either 6, 8 or 10 switches

All Ignition Interlocked

20 Amp Outputs

Junction Box located under Passenger seat


for Body Builder Connections

Non-suspension passenger seat required

Data codes:

329-090 TEN IGNITION CONTROLLED EXTRA SWITCHES WITH INDICATOR LIGHTS WIRED TO POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX WITH
RELAYS PROVIDING 20 AMPS PER CIRCUIT TO JUNCTION BLOCK

329-091 SIX IGNITION CONTROLLED EXTRA SWITCHES WITH INDICATOR LIGHTS WIRED TO POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX WITH
RELAYS PROVIDING 20 AMPS PER CIRCUIT TO JUNCTION BLOCK

329-092 EIGHT IGNITION CONTROLLED EXTRA SWITCHES WITH INDICATOR LIGHTS WIRED TO POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX WITH
RELAYS PROVIDING 20 AMPS PER CIRCUIT TO JUNCTION BLOCK

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Freightliner Vocational Sales Team


Vocational

Regional

Specialization

Key Vocations

Sales Manager

Support

David Bryant

Hybrid Technologies,

Car Hauler Development

david.bryant@daimler.com

Alt Fuels

Robert Carrick

Western

robert.carrick@daimler.com
John Casale

Natural Gas

Water Service Vehicles, Multi Disciplined Body Builders

Technologies
Northeast

Vacuum & Sewer Service, Sweeper, Towing, Armored Car,

john.casale@daimler.com

Recreational Vehicles/Conversions

Mike Finney

Utilities, Tree Service, Ground Services Equipment

mike.finney@daimler.com
Jeffery Gardiner

Canadian-

Plow Trucks, Tankers, Fire & Emergency, Cranes,

jeffery.gardiner@daimler.com

East

Construction

Bryan Howard

Multiplex Interface

bryan.howard@daimler.com

and Design Evolution

Kevin Martin

Central

kevin.p.martin@daimler.com
Michael Mikos

Tire Service, Lube Service

Refuse, Mixer, Roll-Off, Construction, Rail Service Support,


Towing

Southeast

Food Service & Distribution, Beverage Distribution

michael.mikos@daimler.com
Russ Nielsen

Crane Industry, Fire & Emergency Vehicles, Tankers/Bulk,

russell.nielsen@daimler.com

Agricultural Feed Bodies, Lumber/Building Products

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Thank you for your time!

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