These adjustments may be necessary for the module to accurately calculate the vehicle velocity and odometer mileage. Open the cover by sliding the locking tab to the left. The chuff sequence is then repeated. Remove the weather cap from the trailer diagnostic port. They are expensive — not only in terms of lives impacted and monetary outlays — but also in downtime, productivity, customer satisfaction and fleet reputation.
Following activation, there will be a 5-seconddelay followed by a blink code display of all active fault codes. This feature is accurate to within 0. When working in the engine compartment, the engine should be shut off and the ignition key should be removed. Software Revision Level The current software revision number can be read using a diagnostic tool. For more information, contact Bendix or your local authorized Bendix parts outlet. If the modulator is wired incorrectly, the modulator will only produce one chuff, or no chuff at all.
Stop the engine and remove ignition key when working under or around the vehicle. The default setting expects a 100-toothtone ring to be used. Engage the connectors, and push together until the lock tab snaps into place. Use only genuine Bendix ® replacement parts, components and kits. See Figures 2 and 3. Replacement hardware, tubing, hose, fittings, etc.
Connector terminals must not show signs of corrosion or exposure to the environment. Park vehicle on level surface and block wheels. A tank with a reinforced port must be used. Blink code diagnostics must be activated within the first 15 seconds of ignition power being applied. Blink code diagnostics can also be used to reset active fault codes.
After repairs or if no issues found, then clear faults. Perform the recommended repair procedures. Go to Section F, page 28. The sleeve rises to 8. Turn off the power to the module. Number of axles, tire size, etc. The following troubleshooting flowcharts will help the technician isolate the cause and confirm whether the problem resides in the component, wiring or connectors.
Turn off the power to the module. The normally-openhold solenoid and normallyclosed exhaust solenoid are activated to precisely modify the brake pressure on command. Temporary periods of wheel lock are permitted on the other wheel that is experiencing slippage. Remove the module from the vehicle by removing the mounting fasteners or by rotating the entire assembly counter-clockwisefrom the tank mount. The other side of the lamp is grounded.
In this case, go to Section F. Before performing leak tests, block the wheels. For more information on these diagnostic tools, contact Bendix or refer to your local authorized Bendix parts outlet. Prior to returning the vehicle to service, make certain all components and systems are restored to their proper operating condition. See Charts 1 and 2 for output values and pin locations. Check all wiring and connectors to ensure they are secure and free from visible damage e.
Over-torquingof the tank nipple could cause damage to the valve body. Pigtail harness are weather sealed at the connector interface and are clearly labeled for proper installation. It is strongly recommended to properly secure all wiring harness and sensor leads at least every 18 inches. Apply the jumper for 2 seconds and remove. This dynamic system will intervene automatically when detecting conditions that may lead to a trailer rollover — typically before the driver realizes an intervention is needed. Components with stripped threads or damaged parts should be replaced rather than repaired. Use only genuine Bendix ® replacement parts, block the inlet while allowing the chamber air to exhaust components and kits.
Following activation, there will be a 5-seconddelay followed by a blink code display of the odometer information x1000. . Sensor air gap too large or sensor shorted. Apply power and monitor the power-up sequence to verify proper system operation. All modules include an Electronic Wiring Harness Pigtail. If the exhaust port stops leaking, this indicates a leak between the emergency and service sides of the spring brake chamber.