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Pruebas y Ajustes

312C, 315C, 318C, 319C, 320C, 321C, 322C, 325C, 330C and M325C Excavators and 325C MHPU
and 330C MHPU Mobile Hydraulic Power Units Engine and Pump Control - V2
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Using Service Mode
SMCS - 7569
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Illustration 1 g00684315
Monitor Panel
(1) Fuel gauge
(2) Engine coolant temperature gauge
(3) Action lamp
(4) Engine speed dial indicator
(5) Hydraulic oil temperature gauge
(6) Message center


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Illustration 2 g00685772
Monitor Panel
(7) "Up" key
(8) "Left" key
(9) "Right" key
(10) "Down" key
(11) "Cancel" key
(12) "Setting" key
(13) "Menu" key
(14) "OK" key
The information from the controller is displayed on the monitor. The following service programs and functions
are available from the controller:
The controller informs the monitor about the condition of the machine. Some examples are listed:
hydraulic oil temperature, engine coolant temperature and fuel level.
The controller informs the monitor about any existing and/or past failures of the electronic control
system.
Various settings of the controller are performed.
Adjustment and testing of the electronic control system are performed.
Start-Up Of The Service Mode


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Illustration 3 g00685772
Monitor Panel
(7) "Up" key
(8) "Left" key
(9) "Right" key
(10) "Down" key
(11) "Cancel" key
(12) "Setting" key
(13) "Menu" key
(14) "OK" key
The keys of the keypad are used to enter the service mode. The keys are used to change the modes. Next, the
appropriate key is pressed until the desired mode is displayed on the message center.
"Up" key and "Down" key
The "up" key (7) is used and the "down" key (10) is used to scroll up and down through the items in the
message area.
"Left" key and "Right" key
The "left" key (8) is used and the "right" key (9) is used to scroll to the left and to the right through the items in
the message area.
"Setting" key
The "setting" key (12) is used to set the menu that is being displayed in the message area.
"Menu" key
The "menu" key (13) is used to access the main menu.
"Cancel" key
The "cancel" key (11) is used to cancel the immediate selection and the key is used to exit the menu screen. The
screen of normal operation will be displayed when the "cancel" key is pressed during the menu screen.
"OK" key
The "OK" key (14) is used to select the item that is being highlighted in the message area.
Start-Up Of The Service Mode


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Illustration 4 g00687262
The above screen should be displayed. Then, press the "menu" key (13).

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Illustration 5 g00687282
The "down" key should be pressed. Highlight the "PREFERENCES" setting. Press the "OK" key.

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Illustration 6 g00764425
The above screen should be displayed.

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Illustration 7 g00687296


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Illustration 8 g00687300
The keys for direction are used to input the password. Input the password and press the "OK" key.

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Illustration 9 g00776428
Typical example of a display
The above screen should be displayed if the correct password is entered.

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Illustration 10 g00687326
The above screen should be displayed if the password that was entered is not correct.
315C Start Mode
Start the service function by using: up key, down key, left key and right key
Exiting The Service Mode
Two methods are capable of terminating the service mode.
1. The service mode will be terminated 10 seconds after the start switch is turned to the OFF position.


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Illustration 11 g00687339
2. Highlight "SERVICE" in the first line of the display.


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Illustration 12 g00687350
3. The "left" key and the "right" key is used to scroll through the display. The display should show "EXIT"
in the first line.


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Illustration 13 g00687262
4. The service mode will be terminated and the display will return to the above display when the "setting"
key is pressed at the "exit" screen.
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Desarmado y Armado
320C Excavator 3066 Engine Supplement
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Governor Control Motor - Remove and Install
SMCS - 1716-011; 1716-012
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Removal Procedure
Start By:
A. Remove the counterweight. Refer to Disassembly and Assembly, "Counterweight - Remove".


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Illustration 1 g00711956
1. Remove two bolts (3) and the washers from the hinge.
2. Remove three bolts (1) and the washers in order to remove access panel (2) .


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Illustration 2 g00712442
3. Remove three bolts (5) and the washers in order to remove access panel (4) .
4. Open the engine hood.


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Illustration 3 g00711961
5. Remove two nuts (6) that secure governor linkage (7) to the fuel injection pump.


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Illustration 4 g00711972
6. Loose nut (8) and (9) that secures governor linkage (7) to the engine.


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Illustration 5 g00711979
7. Remove two bolts (10) and the washers in order to remove two clamps (11) that secure the governor
linkage to the chassis.
Note: Some models may only have one clamp (11) .


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Illustration 6 g00711980
8. Disconnect electrical connector (13) .
9. Remove two bolts (14) and the two washers. Remove governor control motor (12) .
Installation Procedure


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Illustration 7 g00711980
1. Position governor control motor (12) on the mounting bracket. Install the two washers and two bolts
(14) .
2. Connect electrical connector (13) .


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Illustration 8 g00711979
3. Install two clamps (11) that secure the governor linkage to the chassis.
Note: Some models may only have one clamp (11) .
4. Install two bolts (10) and the washers that hold clamps (11) in position.


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Illustration 9 g00711972
5. Install governor linkage (7) . Fasten governor linkage (7) with nut (8) and nut (9) .


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Illustration 10 g00711961
6. Install governor linkage (7) to the fuel injection pump. Fasten governor linkage (7) with washers and
two nuts (6) .


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Illustration 11 g00712442
7. Install access panel (4) . Install the washers and three bolts (5) .


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Illustration 12 g00711956
8. Install access panel (2) . Install the washers and three bolts (1) .
9. Install the washers and two bolts (3) to the hinge.
10. Close the engine hood.
11. Check the governor actuator.
ReferenceRefer to Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting, "Governor Actuator - Calibrate" for
further information.
End By: Install the counterweight. Refer to Disassembly and Assembly, "Counterweight - Install".
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Instruccin Especial
Procedure for the Installation of the Cable for the Governor Actuator{1264, 1265, 1716}
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Procedure for the Installation of the Cable for the Governor
Actuator{1264, 1265, 1716}
SMCS - 1264; 1265; 1716
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Excavator:
311B (S/N: 8GR1-UP; 9MR1-UP; 2LS1-UP)
311C (S/N: PAD1-UP; CKE1-UP; CLK1-UP)
312B (S/N: 8JR1-UP; 9GR1-UP; 2NS1-UP; 3FS1-UP; 9FS1-UP; 2KW1-UP; 6SW1-UP; 9NW1-
UP)
312C (S/N: CBA1-UP; CAE1-UP; BWH1-UP; BNN1-UP; DBN1-UP; FDS1-UP; CBT1-UP)
313C (S/N: WSA1-UP; HGF1-UP)
314C (S/N: KJA1-UP; PCA1-UP; KHB1-UP; SNY1-UP)
315B (S/N: 5SW1-UP)
317B (S/N: 9WW1-UP; 6DZ1-UP)
318B (S/N: ADC1-UP; AEJ1-UP)
318C (S/N: FAA1-UP; GPA1-UP; BTG1-UP; DAH1-UP; CWP1-UP; MDY1-UP)
319C (S/N: KGL1-UP)
320B (S/N: AED1-UP; BBG1-UP; 3MR1-UP; 4MR1-UP; 4NR1-UP; 5BR1-UP; 6CR1-UP; 9KR1-
UP; 1CS1-UP; 4FS1-UP; 5CS1-UP; 6LS1-UP; 8ES1-UP; 9CS1-UP; 9JS1-UP; 4XW1-UP; 5GW1-
UP; 2WZ1-UP; 7ZZ1-UP; 8GZ1-UP)
320C (S/N: APA1-UP; BEA1-UP; EGA1-UP; FBA1-UP; GAA1-UP; GHA1-UP; GLA1-UP;
MAA1-UP; PAA1-UP; ANB1-UP; BCB1-UP; BDB1-UP; BGB1-UP; FBB1-UP; GAB1-UP;
MAB1-UP; PAB1-UP; AMC1-UP; BDC1-UP; HBC1-UP; MAC1-UP; PAC1-UP; CCD1-UP;
GAD1-UP; BDE1-UP; NAE1-UP; ALF1-UP; DBG1-UP; EAG1-UP; GNG1-UP; JTG1-UP;
AKH1-UP; SAH1-UP; AXK1-UP; BKK1-UP; BBL1-UP; EGL1-UP; JPL1-UP; CLM1-UP; BCN1-
UP; SBN1-UP; BER1-UP; BPR1-UP; TBR1-UP; HKT1-UP; RAW1-UP; ALX1-UP; BRX1-UP;
BMZ1-UP; CLZ1-UP)
320D (S/N: FNA1-UP; DHK1-UP; FXK1-UP; GKL1-UP; CWN1-UP; BWP1-UP; AMR1-UP;
EBT1-UP; CXY1-UP)
321B (S/N: AKG1-UP; 9CZ1-UP)
321C (S/N: KBB1-UP; MCF1-UP; KCR1-UP; DAX1-UP)
323D (S/N: SDC1-UP; CYD1-UP; PBM1-UP; DKW1-UP)
Introduction
This Special Instruction outlines the basic procedures that are required in order to install the cable for the
governor actuator onto an Excavator.
Required Parts
The following parts are required in order to install the cable for the governor actuator onto an Excavator.
Table 1
Required Parts for Replacement of the Cable for the Governor Actuator
Model Item Qty Part Number Description
All Models
1 3 4Y-4079 Wire Assembly
2 1 152-9155 Adhesive
3 1 155-0695 or 185-3998 Thread Lock Compound
4 1 188-8589 Harness
311B
312B
5
1 309-5864 Motor Repair Kit
315B
317B
318B
1 309-5867 Motor Repair Kit
320B 1 309-5869 Motor Repair Kit
320B U 1 309-5871 Motor Repair Kit
321B 1 309-5872 Motor Repair Kit
311C 1 309-5854 Motor Repair Kit
312C 1 309-5855 Motor Repair Kit
313C
314C
1 309-5857 Motor Repair Kit
318C 1 309-5859 Motor Repair Kit
320C
320D
1 309-5861 Motor Repair Kit
320C U
323D
1 309-5860 Motor Repair Kit
321C 1 309-5862 Motor Repair Kit
All Models 6 1 248-4754 Harness
Disassembling the Governor Actuator


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Illustration 1 g01129305
1. Remove the six screws.


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Illustration 2 g01129307
2. Remove the terminals (A) on the motor.
3. Remove the connector (B) on the potentiometer.


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Illustration 3 g01129311
4. Remove the grommet from the case.


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Illustration 4 g01129318
5. Remove the two screws that connect the motor to the cover.


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Illustration 5 g01129324
6. Remove the four screws that connect the motor to the case for the pulley.


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Illustration 6 g01129352
7. Remove the motor from the case for the pulley.


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Illustration 7 g01129328
8. Remove the pulley (C) from the case for the pulley.
9. Remove the bearings (D) from the pulley, and remove the inner cables (E) from the pulley.


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Illustration 8 g01129330
10. Measure the distance (F) and measure the distance (G). Record the measurements. You will need the
measurements later in order to assemble the governor actuator.


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Illustration 9 g01129336
11. Loosen the locknuts (H) .
12. Rotate the screw caps (J) in order to remove the cables.
Assembling the Governor Actuator


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Illustration 10 g01129418
13. Replace the former cables with the new cables that are included in the new motor repair kit (5) .
14. Insert the inner cables into the case for the pulley.
15. The screw caps (J) should be adjusted to the distances (F) and (G) that were measured in Step 10.


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Illustration 11 g01129442
16. Attach the inner cable of the decelerator cable to the pulley. The decelerator cable does not have blue
tape around the center. Rotate the pulley clockwise for one revolution.


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Illustration 12 g01129444
(K) Groove for the accelerator cable
(L) Groove for the decelerator cable
17. The decelerator cable will sit in groove (L) .


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Illustration 13 g01129454
18. Attach the inner cable of the accelerator cable to the pulley. The accelerator cable has blue tape around
the center. Rotate the pulley counterclockwise for one revolution.
19. The accelerator cable will sit in groove (K) .


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Illustration 14 g01129613
20. Paint the inside of the bearings and the outside of the bearings with the Molybdenum coating YM103
that is included in the new motor repair kit (5). Attach the two bearings to the pulley, and insert the
pulley into the case for the pulley.


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Illustration 15 g01129631
21. Install the new packing that is included in the new motor repair kit (5) .
22. Attach the motor to the case for the pulley. Use the screws that were removed in Step 6. Tighten the
screws to a torque of 0.505 0.075 N m (4.47 0.66 lb in). Refer to Illustration 5.
23. Attach the motor to the cover. Use the screws that were removed in Step 5. Install the new seal washers
that are included in the new motor repair kit (5). Tighten the screws to a torque of 1.00 0.15 N m (8.85
1.33 lb in). Refer to Illustration 4.
Adjusting the Governor Actuator


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Illustration 16 g01447765
24. Connect the 248-4754 Harness (6) to the potentiometer.


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Illustration 17 g01447768
25. Connect the terminals (A) for the motor. Attach the 188-8589 Harness (4) .


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Illustration 18 g01447769
26. Connect one 4Y-4079 Wire Assembly (1) from +BAT to the +BAT terminal on the 188-8589 Harness
(4). Connect one 4Y-4079 Wire Assembly (1) from ground to the ground terminal on the 188-8589
Harness (4) .


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Illustration 19 g01447770
27. Connect a multimeter to the 248-4754 Harness (6) .


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Illustration 20 g01447772
28. Connect one 4Y-4079 Wire Assembly (1) from +BAT to the terminal (M) for the accelerator on the 188-
8589 Harness (4). If the voltage on the multimeter is less than 4.13 V, adjust the potentiometer until the
multimeter reads 4.13 0.10 V.
29. Disconnect the wire (1) from the terminal (M) for the accelerator, and connect the wire (1) to the
terminal (N) for the decelerator. If the voltage on the multimeter is greater than 4.13 V, adjust the
potentiometer until the multimeter reads 4.13 0.10 V.
30. Perform Steps 28 and 29 in order to ensure that the voltage on the multimeter reads 4.13 0.10 V.
31. Disconnect the equipment that was installed in Steps 24 through 29.


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Illustration 21 g01129705
32. Adjust the inserted length of the accelerator cable. The length (P) between the outer cable and the
universal joint should be 175 5 mm (6.9 0.2 inch).
33. Tighten the locknut (Q) on the accelerator cable to a torque of 5.05 0.75 N m (44.7 6.6 lb in), and
apply 155-0695 Thread Lock Compound or 185-3998 Thread Lock Compound (3) to the locknut.
34. Adjust the inserted length of the decelerator cable. The length (R) between the outer cable and the
universal joint should be 200 5 mm (7.9 0.2 inch).
35. Tighten locknut (S) on the decelerator cable to a torque of 5.05 0.75 N m (44.7 6.6 lb in) and apply
155-0695 Thread Lock Compound or 185-3998 Thread Lock Compound (3) to the locknut.
Completing the Assembly


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Illustration 22 g01129768
36. Install the new packing that is included in the new motor repair kit (5). Apply 152-9155 Adhesive (2) to
the packing.
37. Insert the grommet into the case. Apply 152-9155 Adhesive (2) to the grommet. Refer to Illustration 3.
38. Connect the terminals (A) for the motor. The two red terminals should be connected, and the two white
terminals should be connected. Connect the potentiometer with the connector (B). Refer to Illustration 2.
39. Attach the cover to the case. Use the six screws that were removed in Step 1. Tighten the screws to a
torque of 0.505 0.075 N m (4.47 0.66 lb in). Refer to Illustration 1.
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Pruebas y Ajustes
312C, 315C, 318C, 319C, 320C, 321C, 322C, 325C, 330C and M325C Excavators and 325C MHPU
and 330C MHPU Mobile Hydraulic Power Units Engine and Pump Control - V2
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Troubleshooting Diagnostic Codes
SMCS - 7569
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Table 1
Component Identification (CID)
CID No. Name Of Component
91
(Not in 321C)
Throttle position signal
96 Fuel level sensor
110 Engine coolant temperature sensor
167 Alternator
168 Voltage to the power supply (keyswitch)
190 Speed sensor
248
( 319C, 320C, 322C, 325C, and 330C ONLY)
Cat Data Link
254
( 312C, 315C, and 321C ONLY)
Electronic Control Module (ECM)
271
( 312C, 315C, and 321C ONLY)
Action Alarm
286
(Not in 321C)
Engine oil pressure fault
374 Swing brake solenoid
376 Travel alarm
581 Proportional reducing valve for the power shift pressure
586 Engine speed dial
587 Feedback of the governor actuator
588
( 312C, 315C, and 321C ONLY)
Communication problem between controller and monitor
590 Engine controller
598 Automatic travel speed solenoid
600 Hydraulic oil temperature sensor
1161 Pressure sensor for the delivery pump (1)
1162 Pressure sensor for the delivery pump (2)
1525 Straight travel solenoid
2002
( 319C, 320C, 322C, 325C, and 330C ONLY)
Travel alarm


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Illustration 1 g00691520
Example Of A Typical Troubleshooting Procedure
(1) Preparations
(2) Description of the problem
(3) Error code on the display
(4) Items that require checking
(5) Probable cause and solution


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Illustration 2 g00987164
Diagram Of Terminology For The Troubleshooting Procedures
(6) Number of the terminal in the connector
(7) Indication of the short circuit
(8) Number of the connector
(9) "M" Male "F" Female
1. Description (Items that require checking)
2. Measurement of Voltage
o (A) - (B) : 24 V
Voltage is measured at the later terminal. For example, the red test pin + is connected to terminal "A"
and the black test pin - is connected to terminal "B".
3. Meaning of Symbols
a. The following list describes the meaning of specific symbols:
"C-ground" : Ground terminal for the chassis
"P-ground" : Ground terminal for the platform
"R-ground" : Ground terminal for the relay panel
"Cab-ground" : Ground terminal for the cab
4. Preliminary Check
a. Connector
Check the connection of the connector before a troubleshooting procedure is performed. Inspect
the connector for moisture. Moisture in a connector can cause a poor connection. Ensure that the
connectors are mating correctly. Ensure that the pins in the connector are secure.
b. Continuity
Ensure that continuity is present between the following items:
"C-ground" - "P-ground"
"C-ground" - "R-ground"
"P-ground" - "Cab-ground"
Turn the disconnect switch to the OFF position before you perform the continuity checks. The
power is OFF in order to prevent damage to the tester and the circuit.
5. Preparation
a. Turn the key start switch to the OFF position.
b. The hydraulic control lever is in the LOCKED position.
c. Ensure that the controller, the harnesses and the connectors are connected.
Note: Ensure that disconnected wires do not contact the machine in order to avoid damage to
electrical components when power is applied.


Pruebas y Ajustes
312C, 315C, 318C, 319C, 320C, 321C, 322C, 325C, 330C and M325C Excavators and 325C MHPU
and 330C MHPU Mobile Hydraulic Power Units Engine and Pump Control - V2
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Governor Actuator - Replace
SMCS - 1716-510


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Replacement
Note: The 325C, M325C MH, and 330C series do not have a governor actuator.

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Illustration 1 g00778226
Governor actuator for 312C
(1) Governor actuator
(2) Governor cables
(3) Connector for governor actuator


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Illustration 2 g00778227
Governor actuator for 315C
(1) Governor actuator
(2) Accelerator cable
(3) Connector for governor actuator


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Illustration 3 g00778702
Governor actuator for 319C and 320C series
(1) Governor actuator
(2) Accelerator cable
(3) Connector for governor actuator


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Illustration 4 g00991217
Governor Actuator for 321C
(1) Governor actuator
(2) Governor Cables
(3) Connector for governor actuator


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Illustration 5 g00778712
312C
(2) Accelerator Cables
(4) Support
(5) Bellows
(6) Lever
(7) Decelerator cable
(8) Nut
(9) Nut
(10) Bellows


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Illustration 6 g00778707
319C and 320C series
(2) Accelerator Cables
(4) Support
(5) Bellows
(6) Lever
(7) Decelerator cable
(8) Nut
(9) Nut
(10) Bellows


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Illustration 7 g00778717
322C Series I
(2) Accelerator Cables
(4) Support
(5) Bellows
(6) Lever
(7) Decelerator cable
(8) Nut
(9) Nut
(10) Bellows


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Illustration 8 g00989395
321C
(2) Accelerator cable
(3) Support
(4) Bellows
(5) Lever
(6) Decelerator cable
(7) Nut
(8) Nut
(9) Bellows
Replacement For Machines Only With Accelerator Cable
1. Install the actuator.
2. Insert the joint of the accelerator cable through the hole in the lever. Install the nut in order to hold the
cable in position.
3. Turn the nut and the locknut of the accelerator cable in the counterclockwise direction until the nuts are
separated.
4. Turn the lever by hand in the counterclockwise direction to the position of high idle.
5. Insert the other threaded portion of the accelerator cable into the notch of the support.
6. Secure the screw cap and the boot so that the screw cap and the boot will not turn. Then turn the nut
until the governor lever touches the high idle stop.
7. Tighten the nut for two turns more.
8. Tighten the locknut (27 3 N m (20 2 lb ft)) against the support. Ensure that the nut remains in
position while the locknut is tightened against the support.
9. (If applicable) Reinstall the two clamps to the accelerator cable. Do not allow the cable to twist.
Note: Ensure that the governor lever is in contact with the high idle stop. Also, ensure that the nut is
correctly tightened in order to ensure that the accelerator cable has the correct tension. The setting of the
engine speed or an overload condition of the governor actuator could result if the cable is not tightened
correctly.
Note: The minimum allowable bending radius for the cable assembly is 150 mm (6 inch).
Replacement For Machines With Accelerator Cable and Decelerator Cable
1. Repeat step 1 through step 9 in "For Machines Only With Accelerator Cable".
2. Insert the joint of the decelerator cable through the hole in the lever. Install the nut in order to hold the
cable in position.
3. Loosen the nut and the locknut on decelerator cable.
4. Insert the other threaded portion of the accelerator cable into the notch of the support.
5. Tighten the nut until the sag in the bellows is no longer present. Loosen the nut by five turns.
Note: The minimum allowable bending radius for the cable assembly is 150 mm (6 inch).
Adjustment
1. Loosen the nut and the locknut of the accelerator cable. The nuts should be separated as far as possible.
2. Install the accelerator cable and the decelerator cable to the lever.
3. Insert the threaded section of the accelerator cable into the support.
4. Turn the lever clockwise toward the engine until the lever hits the stop for the high idle.
5. Tighten the nut until the sag in the bellows is no longer present. The nut should be tightened two
additional turns.
6. Secure the accelerator cable to the support by tightening the locknut.
7. Insert the threaded section of the decelerator cable into the notch of the support.
8. Tighten the nut until the sag in the bellows is no longer present. Loosen the nut by two turns.
9. Secure the decelerator cable to the support with the locknut. Then, tighten the locknut against the nut.
Ensure that the nut does not turn as the locknut is tightened.
Calibration
Note: For more information, see the topic Testing And Adjusting, "Governor Actuator - Calibrate".
1. Start the engine. Perform the calibration procedure for the governor actuator.
2. After the calibration procedure has been performed correctly, the error log is cleared.
Note: For more information, see Testing And Adjusting, "Logged Error Mode".
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Pruebas y Ajustes
312C, 315C, 318C, 319C, 320C, 321C, 322C, 325C, 330C and M325C Excavators and 325C MHPU
and 330C MHPU Mobile Hydraulic Power Units Engine and Pump Control - V2
Nmero de medio -RENR3814-19 Fecha de publicacin -01/01/2011 Fecha de actualizacin -31/01/2011



i02065106

Governor Actuator - Calibrate
SMCS - 1716-524


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Note: The 325C, M325C MH, and 330C series does not have a governor actuator.
This function can memorize the rotation angle of the governor actuator and the no-load engine speed. This
information is saved into the controller after the accelerator cable of the governor actuator has been replaced,
installed and/or adjusted. The controller will use the information that was saved in order to determine the target
position for the actuation of the governor actuator.
Note: Ensure that the calibration procedure for the governor actuator is performed when the governor actuator,
the accelerator cable or the controller has been replaced or installed. The temperature of the hydraulic oil should
be 50 C (122 F) prior to the calibration.


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Illustration 1 g00777652
The above illustration is an example of the display for the 312C. All of the other displays are identical with the sales model
on the fourth line.
1. Enter the service mode.


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Illustration 2 g00825978
2. Highlight the second line of the display and use the direction for direction to scroll through the display.
Scroll through the display until the display shows "CALIBRATION".


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Illustration 3 g00790593
3. Highlight the third line by using the keys for direction. The name of the device will be shown on the
third line. Scroll downward until "STANDBY" is highlighted. Press the "OK" key in order to start the
calibration procedure. "GOVERNOR-EXE" is displayed on the third line when the governor actuator is
calibrated. Press the "OK" key after confirming the display of "GOVERNOR-EXE".


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Illustration 4 g00790592
4. The above illustration shows a display that is temporarily shown when the governor actuator is moved to
the initial position. Press the "OK" key again when the display shows "SP". The calibration procedure
has started.


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Illustration 5 g00790597
5. The numerical number that is being displayed in the fourth line will change during the calibration. This
number is related to the process of the calibration. See the following table 1.
Table 1
Content For The Process
Display Process
STANDBY Prior to calibration
1 Transfer of the initial position of the governor actuator
SP The initial transfer of the information about the position has been completed.
3 High idle search
4 Positioning of the high idle
5 Data collection of the intermediate points (9-2) down
6 Low idle search
7 Data acquisition of intermediate points (2-9) up
8 Confirmation of the high idle
9 Confirmation of the setting for the speed dial (down)
10 Confirmation of the setting for the speed dial (up)
11 End processing


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Illustration 6 g00790598
6. The above illustration is shown after the governor actuator has completed the calibration.
Warnings
If the fourth line of the display shows any of the following warnings a failure is present. See the following table
2 for a detailed description of the warning displays.
Table 2
Warning Codes
Display Warning Corrective Action
Wire Pitch X (X
is a number from
0 to 9)
Wire nut is installed too loose
by X pitch. X can be a
positive or negative number.
Turn clockwise.
Tighten the accelerator cable by the displayed pitch.
Perform the calibration again.
Wire Pitch X (X
is number from -9
to 0)
Wire nut is installed too tight
by X pitch. X can be a
positive or negative number.
Turn clockwise.
Loosen the accelerator cable by the displayed pitch.
Perform the calibration again.
WARNING 01 Insufficient high idle
High idle is less than the specified value due to
malfunction of the engine, incorrect installation of the
governor cable, poor fuel, etc. After the engine has been
inspected for a malfunction, reinstall the cable and
perform the calibration again.
WARNING 02
Incorrect installation of
cable
Reinstall the cable and perform the calibration again.
WARNING 03 Excessive low idle
Low idle is more than the value specified due to a
malfunction in the engine, an incorrectly installed
governor cable, etc. After the engine has been inspected,
reinstall the cable and perform the calibration again.
WARNING 04 Excessive hysteresis Ensure that the cable is adjusted correctly. Reinstall the
cable and perform the calibration again.
WARNING 05 Unstable high idle
High idle is unstable due to a malfunction in the engine,
an incorrect installation of the governor cable, etc. After
the engine has been inspected, reinstall the cable and
perform the calibration again.
WARNING 06 Unstable dial speed
The speed for the dial setting is unstable due to a
malfunction in the engine, an incorrectly installed cable,
etc. After the engine has been inspected, reinstall the
cable and perform the calibration again.
Errors
If the fourth line of the display shows any of the following errors a failure is present. See the following table for
a detailed description of the error displays.
Table 3
Error Codes For The Governor Actuator
Error
Code
Description Of The Error Corrective Action
ERROR
01
Improper calibration of another
device
Stop the calibration of the other device. Perform one
calibration at a time.
ERROR
02
Improper calibration of another
module
Stop the calibration of the other device. Perform one
calibration at a time.
ERROR
03
Failure of the interlock signal
Perform the troubleshooting procedure that will confirm
the signal that communicates with the monitor.
ERROR
11
Abnormal speed sensor Troubleshoot the confirmation of the speed sensor.
ERROR
12
Engine stop
Perform the calibration again. Try to prevent the engine
from stopping.
ERROR
13
Load available
Reset all operational levers to the neutral position. Perform
the calibration again.
ERROR
14
Overheating of the coolant or the
hydraulic oil during the calibration
You need to allow the complete cooldown. Clear the
overheating condition. Perform the calibration procedure
again.
ERROR
15
Pressure decrease in the engine oil
Check for clogged air cleaner
Clear the abnormal occurrence and perform the calibration
again.
ERROR
16
Excessive governor movement
time
Troubleshoot the confirmation of the governor actuator.
Perform the following procedure when the data for the calibration of the governor actuator is cleared.


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Illustration 7 g00790593
1. Highlight the third line by using the arrow keys.


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Illustration 8 g00790641
2. Press the "menu" key. The area that is highlighted will scroll to the right.


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Illustration 9 g00790642
3. Change the display of the third line in order to show "CLEAR" by using the arrow keys. See the above
illustration.


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Illustration 10 g00790651
4. Highlight the fourth line by using the directional keys. Press the "OK" key when the fourth line is
highlighted.


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Illustration 11 g00790652
5. Press the "OK" key when the display shows "CLEAR?".


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Illustration 12 g00790653
6. The data for the calibration has been cleared when the fourth line of the display shows "CLEARED".
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