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BATTERIES

MASTER SWITCHES

CONNECTING ACCESSORIES

READING DIAGRAMS

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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1. COMPONENTS

1.1 GENERAL
Bulbs
Headlights
Parking light
Tail light
Rear fog light
Back--up light
Stop light
Direction indicator
Side light
Instrument panel lighting
Tachograph
Cab lighting
Bunk reading lamp
Warning lamps on instrument panel
Stepwell lighting
Marker light

75/70 W
5W
10 W
21 W
21 W
21 W
21 W
3W
2W
2W
21 W
10 W
1.2 W
5W
5W

REVOLUTION SENSOR
Air gap between tooth and sensor

0.3 - 0.7 mm

Max. current and wire cross sectional area (mm2)


Wire diameter

<2m

2-4m

4-8m

1.5

22.5

13.5

7.5

2.5

37.5

22.5

12.5

10

60

36

20

16

90

54

30

24

10

150

90

50

40

16

240

144

80

64

25

375

225

125

100

35

525

315

175

140

50

750

450

250

200

70

1050

630

350

280

95

1425

855

475

380

120

1800

1080

600

480

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Microrelay
Maximum making current
between points 3 and 5:
Maximum breaking current
between points 3 and 4:

10A

+1

2
5

5A

+3

4
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5
2

E500147

Minirelay
Maximum making current
between points 30 and 87:
Maximum breaking current
between points 30 and 87a:

20A

86

87a 87

85

30

10A

87
86

87a

85
30
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TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Short circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Open circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Earthing problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Batteries

1. BATTERIES
1.1 FAULT-FINDING TABLE
FAULT: NEW BATTERY GETS QUITE HOT DURING CHARGING
Possible cause
Inadequate formation because of bad
conservation or long-term (moist) storage

Remedy
Allow battery to cool down
Charge properly
Check density

FAULT: ELECTROLYTE LEVEL TOO LOW


Possible cause

Remedy

Leaking battery box

Replace battery

Excessive gas production caused by


overcharging

Check/repair charger

FAULT: BATTERY ACID SPILLS FROM THE PLUG HOLES


Possible cause

Remedy

Battery level exceeds capacity

Siphon off liquid

Overcharging

Check charger and repair, if necessary

FAULT: DENSITY IS TOO LOW (<1,240)


BAD STARTING
Possible cause

Remedy

Power user left on

Charge battery

Insufficient charge

Check/repair charger

Short circuit in the charging circuit

Check charging circuit

FAULT: DENSITY IS TOO HIGH (<1,290)


Possible cause
Topped up with acid instead of distilled water

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Siphon off liquid and top up with distilled water
If necessary, repeat after mixing (charging)

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Batteries
FAULT: BAD STARTING
BAD STARTING TEST
POWER FAILS UNDER LOAD
Possible cause

Remedy

Discharged battery

Charge battery

Worn battery (corroded plates)

Replace battery

Defective battery (dead cell)

Replace battery

Battery too small

Install battery with a larger capacity

Sulphated battery (plates are hard)

Replace battery

FAULT: BURNT-IN BATTERY TERMINALS


Possible cause
-

Wire clamps not securely fitted or bad


contact

Remedy
Have battery terminals repaired, securely fit wire
clamps, and replace clamps, if necessary

FAULT: EXCESSIVE BUBBLING IN 1 OR 2 CELLS DURING HIGH LOADS


(STARTING OR STARTING TEST)
Possible cause

Remedy

Defective cells

Replace battery

Leaking partition

Replace battery

FAULT: BATTERY DISCHARGES QUICKLY (CANNOT CONTAIN ITS CHARGE)


Possible cause

Remedy

Insufficient charge

Check charge, is charging time (driving time)


sufficient?

Short circuit in the charging circuit

Check charging circuit

Major self-discharging, e.g. because of


contamination

Clean battery

Battery sulphated (on inspection, plates


prove hard and possibly have white
appearance)

Replace battery

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FAULT: SHORT BATTERY LIFE
Possible cause

Remedy

Wrong type of battery (e.g. in case of


tailboards)

Install Super Heavy Duty or semi-traction battery

Too many deep discharges

Intermediate additional charging with battery


charger

No recharging after deep discharge (white


deposition)

Always recharge battery after deep discharge

FAULT: BATTERY GETS HOT DURING OPERATION AND USES A LOT OF WATER
Possible cause
-

Overcharging or charging voltage too high

Remedy
Check charger (voltage regulator)

FAULT: BATTERY HAS EXPLODED


Possible cause

Remedy

Fire or spark during or immediately after


charging

Ensure proper ventilation and be careful with fire


and sparks

Short-circuiting tools

Be careful where you put tools

Internal fault (loose connection)

Replace battery

FAULT: DEFECTIVE ALTERNATOR AND/OR DIODES (RADIO AND OTHER


POLARITY-SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT DO NOT WORK)
Possible cause
-

Reversed battery polarity or incorrect


charging

Remedy
Discharge battery and recharge in the proper
direction
Replace battery, if necessary

FAULT: BATTERY IS INACTIVE (NO VOLTAGE)


Possible cause

Remedy

Internal open circuit

Replace battery

Battery extremely deeply discharged

Charge and test battery, replace if necessary

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Troubleshooting

2. TROUBLESHOOTING
The following test equipment and tools can be
used to localise faults.
1. The best instrument for this purpose is a
digital multimeter. This instrument enables
voltages, currents and resistances to be
measured without reading errors, and it can
trace virtually all faults.
2. Many but not all faults can be traced in a
simple way by using warning lamps.
However, faults which are caused by a poor
earth connection can in general not be
traced via a warning lamp or a buzzer.

The most frequently occurring faults are:


a. short circuit
b. open circuit
c. earthing problems (poor earth connection
caused by corrosion).

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2.1 SHORT CIRCUITS

A short circuit is caused by a positive wire


shorting somewhere to earth. In most cases this
will cause a fuse to blow.
70W is then used to trace this fault. First check
the diagram to see which consumers are
protected by the fuse and then switch them all
off.
Remove the fuse and replace it with a test lamp.
Then, one by one, switch the consumers on and
off. If the test lamp starts burning very brightly
when a consumer is switched on, it is almost
certain that the fault is in the wiring of that
particular consumer. Check the diagram to see
which connector is used to connect this
consumer. Remove the first wiring connection
(looking from the fuse).
If the test lamp continues to burn brightly, the
fault is between the fuse and this wiring
connection.

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However, if the test lamp stops burning, the fault


is somewhere further on in the wiring.
Restore the wiring connection and disconnect
the next one. If the test lamp continues to burn
brightly, the fault is between these two wiring
connections.
However, if the lamp stops burning again, the
fault tracing procedure must be continued.
In this way the faulty section of the wiring can
be found.

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2.2 OPEN CIRCUITS


Suppose a consumer is not functioning. The
fault may then be in the consumer itself, or the
wiring may be interrupted.
First switch on the consumer and check for
voltage with the test lamp. If no voltage is
present, first check whether the fuse is still
intact.
If there is voltage at the fuse, the wiring must be
checked again from the fuse to the consumer.
Every wiring connection must be checked.
If there is no voltage at one of these wiring
connections, the interruption is between this
connection and the connection checked
second-last.
If voltage was found at the consumer, there is
still the possibility of an interruption in the wiring
from the negative terminal of the consumer to
earth. This can be checked with a test lamp.
Make sure the circuit concerned is connected
up.
Connect one end of the test lamp to earth and
the other end to the negative (-) terminal of the
component to be checked.
If the test lamp starts burning, the earth
connection of the component is interrupted. If
the test lamp does not come on, the earth
connection of the component will in most cases
be in good order.
If the positive and negative connections are both
in good order, the consumer is defective and
must be replaced.

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2.3 EARTHING PROBLEMS

Problems with the earth connections are mostly


caused by corrosion on the contact surfaces of
electrical connections.
Earthing problems can only be traced with a
(preferably digital) multimeter. Digital, because
this kind of problem usually involves only a few
volts and the readings of an analog meter are
not precise enough for this purpose.
To establish whether a certain earthing point has
a good earth connection, measure with a
voltmeter between the battery negative pole and
the earthing point in question.
Now switch on as many consumers as possible.
If there is a correct earth connection, no voltage
should be found.
In practice, however, a loss of approx. 0,5V will
often be measured.
If the reading is higher, the earth connection
must be checked carefully.
In this way the earth connections of all the
consumers can be checked and measured.

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GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9811


1.1 Multimeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9811
1.2 Measuring signals with the multimeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4 . . . . . . 9811

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DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Engine speed and vehicle speed sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Temperature sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Fluid-level sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Pressure sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5 Proximity sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


4.1 Removing and installing contacts from connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Installing contact units on electrical wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Removal and installation of contact units of 39-pin floor connector . . . . . . .
4.4 Removal and installation of contact units of connectors
with single contact lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Removal and installation of contact units of connectors
with additional contact lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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General

1. GENERAL
1.1 MULTIMETER
Multimeters are available in two different
versions:
analog meter
digital meter
An analog meter has an indicating needle
(pointer) which can move over a graduated
scale.

A digital meter indicates the measured values


by means of digits in a read-out window.
Analog meter
Disadvantages:
Difficult to read due to the various
graduated scales.
Not capable of giving precision readings
(depending on the scale
arrangement/measuring range).
If the meter is connected up incorrectly,
there is a real risk of electrical defects in the
meter.
The indicating needle (pointer) is not
resistant to powerful mechanical vibrations.
The meter must usually be used in a certain
position.
Advantages:
Useful, for example, when measuring a
potentiometer with a minor interruption.
Digital meter
Disadvantages:
Meter is slow. With a fluctuating voltage all
you can see are flashing digits.
Advantages:
It indicates the correct value without the risk
of misinterpretation.
Gives more accurate readings.
It is protected against faulty connection.
It is resistant to powerful mechanical
vibrations.
It can be used in any position.

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Key to the symbols on analog meters.
The following symbols may occur on an analog
meter:
1

10

11

12

45

13

1,5

14

0,5
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

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Moving-coil meter with permanent magnet.


Moving-coil meter with rectifier cell.
Electromagnetic or soft-iron meter.
With rectifier cell.
Suitable for direct current.
Suitable for alternating current.
Suitable for direct current and alternating
current.
Meter with zero adjustment.
Meter may only be used in the vertical
position.
Meter may only be used in the horizontal
position.
Test voltage is 2 kilovolts (without a digit it
is 0.5 kilovolt).
Meter may only be used at the angle
indicated.
Suitable for direct current, class 1.5
(inaccuracy 1.5% of full scale).
Suitable for direct current and alternating
current, classes 1 and 0.5 (see item 13 for
explanation).

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Units of measurement
The multimeter should be set to the range
applicable to the unit of measurement required.
For example: the voltage range, current range
or resistance range.

DCV - V

ACV - V

DCA - A

ACA -A

Ohm -

Hz

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

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Direct voltage
Alternating voltage
Direct current
Alternating current
Resistor
Duty-cycle
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1.2 MEASURING SIGNALS WITH THE MULTIMETER
1.
Sine-wave signal (alternating voltage)
The signal regularly changes polarity with
respect to the 0 line.

+
0
-

Frequency
The frequency is indicated in Hertz (Hz).
The number of complete sines per second is the
frequency of the signal (3 Hz in the figure shown
opposite).

0
-

Voltage
When the number of sines per second
increases, not only the frequency increases but
also the voltage.

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Measuring a sine-wave signal


There are two ways of measuring a sine-wave
signal with a multimeter:
With the multimeter set to the frequency
(Hz) position.
This is measuring the number of complete
sines per second.
-

With the multimeter set to the alternating


voltage position.
This is measuring the mean voltage.

Sine-wave signals on the vehicle


Output signal of ABS sensor.
Output signal of engine speed sensor

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Square-wave signal
Square-wave signals only have two voltage
levels, both of which - in principle - have the
same duration (t1 equals t2).

General

t1
+

If the duration is different for the two levels (t1 is


not equal to t2), the signal is called a pulse
train.

t2

Duty-cycle
The duty cycle is the ratio between the two
voltage levels expressed as a percentage.
A
B

t1

t2
A

x 100%

The voltage level ratio of a pulse train may


change (for example, when the vehicle speed
increases).
If the number of pulses per unit of time
increases, the duty cycle reading will also
increase.
Voltage
An increase in the number of pulses per unit of
time will not only give higher duty cycle readings
but also a higher mean voltage.

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Measuring a square-wave signal


There are two ways of measuring a
square-wave signal with a multimeter:
With the multimeter set to the duty cycle
(%) position.
In this case, we measure the voltage level
ratio.
-

With the multimeter set to the direct voltage


position.
This is measuring the mean voltage.

Square-wave signals on the vehicle


Output signal of speed sensor
Speed signal to electronic units
Speed signal to electronic units.

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2. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
2.1 ENGINE SPEED AND VEHICLE SPEED SENSORS
The engine speed and vehicle speed sensors
are inductive sensors.
The vehicle is equipped with a number of
inductive sensors, such as:
engine speed sensor
ABS sensor
vehicle speed sensor.
Operating principle
An inductive sensor is composed of a
permanent magnet (1), a core (2) and a coil (3).
When the inductive sensor is situated between
two teeth, the lines of force of the magnetic field
will run directly from the north pole to the south
pole via the housing.

2
1

N
S

2
3

The moment a tooth approaches the inductive


sensor, the lines of force of the magnetic field
will run from the north pole to the south pole via
the housing, the teeth of the wheel, and the
core.
In this situation more lines of force will pass
through the core, which will give an increased
magnetic-field intensity.
As a result of this change in the magnetic field,
an alternating voltage will be generated in the
coil.

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The value of the generated alternating voltage


depends on the rotation speed of the toothed
wheel and the air gap between sensor (core)
and tooth.
From alternating voltage to pulse train
The output signal of the inductive sensor is used
by the various electronic units and analog
meters/gauges (rev counter, tachograph).
The electronic unit has a microprocessor, which
can only process digital signals (pulses).
Therefore, the sine-wave signal should be
converted into a pulse train.
Similarly, the meters/gauges (rev counter,
tachograph) only respond to a pulse train.

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S

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The conversion of the engine speed signal may
take place in:
the rev counter (e.g. 95 series)
For the vehicle speed signal, conversion takes
place within the speed sensor itself.
For the ABS sensor signal, conversion takes
place in the ABS unit.

Duty cycle of converted engine speed


signal
The linear characteristic of the duty cycle (%)
versus the engine speed (n) is plotted in the
graph opposite.
This characteristic applies to all engines.

%
75

25

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3000

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Duty cycle of vehicle speed signal


The linear characteristic of the duty cycle (%)
versus the vehicle speed (V) is plotted in the
graph opposite.
This characteristic applies to all vehicle types.
Checking
The alternating voltage signal can be checked
with a multimeter set to the alternating voltage
range.
The pulse train (square-wave voltage) can be
checked with a multimeter set to the direct
voltage or duty cycle range.

%
44

22

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2.2 TEMPERATURE SENSORS


The vehicle is equipped with a number of
temperature sensors, such as:
coolant temperature sensor
These sensors (also called thermistors) are
resistors which are sensitive to temperature.
The resistance of these sensors changes
considerably when the temperature increases or
decreases.

There are two kinds of temperature sensor:


NTC resistor (Negative Temperature
Coefficient).
PTC resistor (Positive Temperature
Coefficient).
NTC resistor
In an NTC resistor, the resistor value decreases
as temperature increases.

R(

Application:
measuring coolant temperature.

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PTC resistor
In a PTC resistor, the resistor value increases
as temperature increases.

R(

Contrary to NTC resistors, PTC resistors show a


large resistor difference within a small
temperature range.
Application:
measuring the air temperature in the
auxiliary heating.
Checking
The temperature sensors can be checked with a
multimeter set to the resistance range.
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2.3 FLUID-LEVEL SENSORS
The vehicle is equipped with a number of
fluid-level sensors, such as:
fluid-level sensor for the cooling system

The fluid-level sensor is a reed contact type.


The sensor is provided with a micro switch
which is influenced by a magnetic field outside
the sensor.
If the fluid level drops, the switch will be
operated by a float with a magnet in the tank or
reservoir, and the contacts will close.
The closing of the contacts will activate a
warning lamp.

Checking
The fluid-level sensors can be checked with a
multimeter set to the resistance range.

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2.4 PRESSURE SENSORS


The vehicle is equipped with a number of
pressure sensors, such as:
pressure sensor to register the bag
pressure in ECAS.
A diaphragm of semiconductor material (silicon)
is incorporated in the pressure sensor.
If pressure is exerted on the diaphragm, it will
bend.
This bending of the diaphragm will produce a
change of resistance of the semiconductor
material.
The diaphragm is part of a so-called bridge
circuit.
The bending of the diaphragm will unbalance
the bridge circuit, which causes the output
signal to change.
The output voltage is directly proportional to the
pressure applied (bending of the diaphragm).

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Checking
The output voltage can be checked with a
multimeter set to the direct voltage range.

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2.5 PROXIMITY SENSORS


The vehicle is equipped with a number of
proximity sensors, such as:
sensor under the clutch pedal for E-throttle
cab lock sensor
mechanic rear axle lift system

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A changing electromagnetic field is generated
by a pulsating current in a coil (oscillation).
If a metal object is introduced into the
electromagnetic field, eddy currents will occur in
that metal object.
These eddy currents will damp the magnetic
field in the coil, so that the current taken up in
the coil will change.
This change will result in an output voltage.
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Checking
Placing a metal object in front of the sensor
(inductive sensor) makes it possible to check
the output voltage with a multimeter set to the
direct voltage range.

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3. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


3.1 CHECKING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Special tools that may be used, are:
DAVIE 2.0
multimeter, preferably digital
DELSI 2
DAVIE 2.0
For information on how to use DAVIE 2.0, see
the instructions supplied with the DAVIE
equipment.

Multimeter
For the use of a digital multimeter, see the
instructions supplied with the meter and the
section Signal measuring.
DELSI
DELSI stands for DAF ELectronic SImulator.
A road speed signal is required for testing a
number of electronic systems.
DELSI 2 (DAF no. 694941) is an electronic road
speed simulator which can only be used in
combination with a compact tachograph.
DELSI is connected to the road speed sensor
plug on the gearbox.
To connect the DELSI, you must first break the
seal on the connector. The road speed signal
can be regulated with a rotary knob.
The road speed setting can be read on the
tachograph.
For a reliable operational test the road speed
should be above 20 km/h.
Note:
Remember to seal the road speed sensor
plug again after DELSI has been used.

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4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


4.1 REMOVING AND INSTALLING CONTACTS FROM CONNECTORS
Contact kit A (DAF no. 0694960)
If additions are made to the wiring, a contact
may have to be removed from the connector.
For this purpose special ejectors have been
developed, which are included in the contact kit.
To facilitate the selection of the contact, crimping
tool and ejector, a sticker has been affixed to the
inside of the box.

2
694953

694962
III
694959
IV

067876

067872

067875

067877

067868

I-B
VII

II -4
VII

I-C
-

II-4
-

I-D
V

694954
1-2,5 mm 2

1-2,5 mm 2

1-3 mm 2

1-2,5 mm2

2-4 mm 2

067871

067870

067865

067867

I-C
VII

I-B
VII

I-B
III

I-C
V

1-2,5 mm 2

1-2,5 mm 2

1-2,5 mm 2

VI
694955

1-2,5 mm2

067866

067874

067873

067869

067864

I-B
V

II-1
VII

II-4
-

I-D
V

I-B
III

1-2,5

1-2,5

mm 2

067878

1-2,5

mm 2

678374

2-4

mm 2

678375

mm 2

V
694956

1- 2,5

mm 2

VII
694957
I
A
B
C
D

694958
II
1
2
3
4
5

I-D
1-2,5 mm 2

II-3
IV
1-2,5 mm 2

II-3
IV
1-2,5 mm 2
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The information given on this sticker is to be
interpreted as follows:
At the top is the DAF no. of the contact shown.
Roman numerals I and II, shown under the
illustrations, refer to the crimping tool to be
used.

The numeral or letter added to Roman numeral I


or II indicates the hole in the tool in which the
contact is to be placed.
Roman numerals III to VII refer to the type of
ejector to be used for removing the contact from
the connector.
The information at the bottom refers to the wire
core cross sectional area suitable for the
contact.

067867
I-c
V
1-2,5 mm 2
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Contact kit B (DAF no. 1240065)


Additional crimping and ejector tools are
required for SCAT contacts and for micro-timer
contacts.
To facilitate the selection of the contact, crimping
tool and ejector, a sticker has been affixed to the
inside of the box.

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4.2 INSTALLING CONTACT UNITS ON ELECTRICAL WIRES


The increasing application of electronics in
vehicles has made it necessary to use new
types of connectors and contacts. This has
resulted in the use of relatively small contacts.
More attention must therefore be paid to the
connections as a whole.
In addition, the number of connections has
considerably increased, so that the wiring
harnesses have become thicker. To keep the
wiring harnesses manageable, a new type of
wiring is now being used:
3. Wires with a core section of 1 to 2.5 mm2
and reduced insulation thickness, retaining
the mechanical properties, resistant to
temperatures up to 70_C (in accordance
with DAF standard 9502). These wires are
not suitable for engine and gearbox wiring.
4. Wires with a core section of 1 to 120 mm2
and normal insulation thickness, resistant to
temperatures up to 105_C (in accordance
with DAF standard 9504).

Note:
In view of the mechanical strength
required, the minimum permissible
core section is 1 mm2.
To ensure the reliability of systems and
connections, the following points should be
observed when repairs or additions are made to
the wiring:
1. Always choose the following:
the correct type of contact
the correct wire diameter for the
contact used
the correct insulation diameter for the
cable used
the correct type of contact material
(tin-plated or silver-plated)
2. Use the right tool for the job. Wire ends are
always clamped to a contact. For this
purpose special tools have been developed.

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Only if these special tools are used and if the
contact is placed in the right hole, can
reliable connections be made.
3.

Strip the correct length of wire. Always use


stripping pliers. Rule of thumb: stripped
length = length of shrinking sleeve + 1 mm.
Make sure that the core is not damaged
during stripping or problems may occur after
some time.

What is a good connection?


A good connection will only be obtained if points
1, 2 and 3 are complied with. This implies that
both the copper core and the insulation are
firmly clamped in place.
Figure 1 shows the correct method of stripping
and clamping.
The end of the core should still be visible at A.
The end of the insulation should still be visible
at B.

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4.3 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CONTACT UNITS OF 39-PIN FLOOR


CONNECTOR
Removal and installation of contacts units
of floor part
Removal of contacts units from floor part
1. Unscrew union nut G.
2. Slide thrust washer H and seal K slightly
back on the wiring.
3. Now push the contacts out of the connector
housing F, using the special ejector tool
from contact kit A or B.
Installation of contacts units in floor part
1. Slip union nut (G) and thrust washer up
the wiring.
2. Feed the wires without contacts through
seal K.
3. Fit new contacts to the wires, using the right
tool.
4. Push the contacts home in the connector F.
5. Push seal K against connector housing F.
6. Position thrust washer H so that the two
cams on the sides of connector housing F
snap into the thrust washer recesses.
7. Finger-tighten union nut G.
Note:
Thrust washer H bears the contact
numbers (for correct location of
contacts). Make sure that these contact
numbers occupy the same position as
the contact numbers on the connector
housing.
A wrongly positioned wire provokes a
leaky seal after removal. If no new wire
is inserted in this position, be sure to fit
a sealing plug.

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Removal and installation of contacts units
of counter floor part

Removal of contacts units from counter


floor part
1. Undo end union nut A and adapter union
nut B, and slide them back over the
insulation hose as far as they go.
2. Slide thrust washer H and seal K back over
the wiring harness as far as they go.
3. Slide union nut E back over the wiring
harness.
4. Remove the sealing ring (2) carefully.
5. Release the locking rings (3) in connector
housing F carefully.
6. Take out centring sleeve D from connector
housing C.
7. Now push the contacts out of the connector
housing C, using the special ejector tool
from contact kit A or B.
Installation of contacts units in counter
floor part
1. Slide end union nut A and adapter union
nut B, back over the insulation hose as far
as they go.
2. Position centring sleeve D in connector
housing C so that all openings are arranged
opposite one another.
3. Check that all circlips (3) are located in the
relevant recesses (1).
4. Feed the wires without contacts through
thrust washer and seal K.
5. Fit new contacts to the wires, using the
right tool.
6. Feed the wiring harness through adapter
union nut B.
7. Push seal K against connector housing C.
8. Position thrust washer H so that the two
cams on the sides of connector housing C
snap into the thrust washer recesses.
9. Push the connector pins into connector
housing C, observing their correct position.
10. Place sealing ring (2) around centring
sleeve D and push it against the stop of
connector housing C.
Note:
In performing the work described in the last
two steps, avoid twisting the wiring harness.
Otherwise serious damage could develop
(risk of wire breakage).
Hand-tighten the relevant union nuts. Do
not use any tools (pliers) for this job.
11. Screw adapter union nut B on connector
housing C.
12. Screw end union nut A (with insulation
hose) on adapter union nut B.

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4.4 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CONTACT UNITS OF CONNECTORS


WITH SINGLE CONTACT LOCK
Contact units with a single contact lock are
removed using the special ejector tool from
contact kit A or B.
Correctly position the wires with their contact
units.

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4.5 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CONTACT UNITS OF CONNECTORS
WITH ADDITIONAL CONTACT LOCK
Some connectors have an additional contact
lock. Such a connector is in halves. The upper
half (wire entry side) together with the lower half
constitutes the additional contact lock.

E500476

In order to unlock the additional contact lock,


slightly push the upper half of the connector in
the direction shown by the arrow (on the
connector housing). Now you can correctly
position the wires with their contact units.

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
15 14 13 12 11 10 9

Contact units with an additional contact lock are


removed using the special ejector tool from
contact kit A or B.
Correctly position the wires with their contact
units. Once the contacts have been fitted, push
back the connector until it locks.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711


1.1 Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711
1.2 Charging batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711

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CHARGING BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . . 9711


2.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . . 9711
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3.

STORAGE OF BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Storage up to four weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Storage for more than four weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4.1 Visual inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Checking the charging condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Checking with a battery tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 BATTERIES
-

When working on batteries, always first


remove the earth lead.
When reconnecting battery leads, always
connect the earth lead last.

Always handle batteries carefully, and keep


them vertical.

The sulphuric acid in batteries is an


aggressive and toxic substance. When
working on batteries, wear protective
clothing, gloves and safety goggles.
In the event of contact with clothing, skin or
eyes, immediately rinse with large volumes
of water. In the event of contact with the
eyes or skin, always call medical
assistance.

When topping up batteries, never allow the


electrolyte level to rise more than 10 mm
above the plates, or further than the level
indicator.

Never place any tools or other materials


which could accidentally lead to a short
circuit on the battery terminals, on the
batteries or close to the batteries.
Short-circuited battery terminals may cause
the battery to explode.

Following work, always tighten batteries


soundly, but never too tight.

1.2 CHARGING BATTERIES


-

When charging batteries, an explosive gas


mixture may be released.
Always ensure efficient ventilation when
charging batteries.
Smoking, open flames and sparks are
strictly forbidden.

Thaw out frozen batteries before charging


them.

Switch off the battery charger, before the


leads to the battery are disconnected.

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2. CHARGING BATTERIES
2.1 GENERAL
-

A battery may only be charged with direct


current. Connect the positive pole of the
battery with the (+) positive terminal of the
charger, and the negative pole of the
battery with the (-) negative terminal of the
charger.
During charging, the cell sealing plugs may
be left on the battery (except during
fast-charging).
During charging, the cell voltage will rise.
This voltage rise will depend on the
charging current applied and the
temperature. During normal charging, the
cell voltage will rise from approx. 2 volt/cell
to approx. 2,65 volt/cell. Exceeding a
charge voltage of approx. 2,35 to
2,4 volt/cell (approx. 14,2 volt in a 12V
battery) will result in active gas
development.
As a result of the rising voltage during
charging, the charge current will generally
gradually fall.
Overcharging will negatively affect the
service life of a battery.

By unnecessarily continuing to charge,


once the battery is completely full (even
with a low current), corrosion (damage)
occurs on the grids of the positive battery
plates. This form of wear results in the early
failure of the battery.
Depending on the power of the charger,
normal charging time is between 8 and
15 hours.
If during charging the temperature of the
battery acid exceeds 55_C, charging should
be stopped. High temperatures reduce the
service life of a battery.

A battery should be considered charged, if


the charge voltage rises no further for
2 hours, and the acid density (specific
mass) has reached the nominal value (for
example 1,28 kg/dm3), and rises no further.

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A charged battery must be used


immediately. If this is not possible, apply
maintenance to the battery as described in
the chapter Storage of batteries.

A discharged battery should be charged as


rapidly as possible. If a discharged battery
is not recharged, the battery plates may
become sulphated (i.e. the battery plates
become hard), leading to permanent
capacity loss.

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2.2 CHARGING METHODS


Normal charging
Normal charging is carried out to return a
fully or partially discharged battery to 100%
capacity. In general, a charging current of
1/20 to 1/10 of the capacity is selected.
-

It is important that the charge current be


reduced during gas development, and that
the current be switched off, once the battery
is full.

Fast-charging
In this charging method, multiples of the
normal charge current (approx. 3 to
5 times) are used, in order to achieve an
acceptable charge condition, in the shortest
possible time.
-

Before fast-charging, remove the battery


leads, in order to avoid damage to the
electronic components.

Remove the cell sealing plugs, to permit the


gasses produced to better escape.

To prevent overcharging, switch to reduced


charge current upon reaching the gas
pressure (2,35 tot 2,4 volt/cell).

Note:
Try to avoid fast-charging. Only use it as a
last resort. The battery is overloaded during
fast-charging, thus reducing the batterys
service life.
Buffer charging
In this option, the consumer and the
charger are both connected to the battery.
The charger delivers sufficient current to
ensure that the battery remains practically
full. The battery provides peak currents to
the consumer.
-

Buffer charging is best carried out at a


constant (stabilised) voltage.

Trickle charging
If the battery is full, but is not to be used
immediately, self-discharge occurs. This
can be between 0,1% and 1% per day.
Trickle charging compensates for this
self-discharge.
-

The charge current for trickle charging


should be approx. 0,1 A per 100 Ah.

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3. STORAGE OF BATTERIES
3.1 GENERAL
Before storing batteries, carry out the following
actions:
1. Remove the battery terminals.
2.

Clean the battery poles and the top of the


batteries.

3.

Grease the battery poles with vaseline.

4.

Check the battery charge, and recharge if


necessary, see chapter Checking and
Adjusting.

5.

Check the electrolyte level; this should be


approx. 10 mm above the plates, or if
present, up to the level indicator.
If necessary, top up the batteries with
distilled water.

3.2 STORAGE UP TO FOUR WEEKS


If the batteries (separately or in a vehicle) are
not to be used for a longer period, of up to 4
weeks, the following measures must be taken.
1. Do not connect the battery leads to the
batteries.
2.

Regularly check the battery charge, in


particular at low temperatures, see chapter
Checking and Adjusting.
If the voltage falls below 12,4 V, or the
specific mass of the electrolyte in one or
more cells is less than 1,23 kg/dm3, the
battery must be charged.

Note:
The lower the specific mass of the electrolyte,
the more likely the battery is to freeze.

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3.3 STORAGE FOR MORE THAN FOUR WEEKS


If the batteries are not used for more than 4
weeks, the following measures must be taken.
1. Remove the batteries from the vehicle, and
store the batteries in a frost-free, dry, cool
and well-ventilated area.
2.

Regularly check the battery charge, at least


every 4 weeks, see chapter Checking and
Adjusting.
If the voltage falls below 12,4 V, or the
specific mass of the electrolyte in one or
more cells is less than 1,23 kg/dm3, the
battery must be charged.

3.

Limit storage to a maximum of three


months. The longer the battery is stored,
the greater the permanent capacity loss.

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4. CHECKING BATTERIES
4.1 VISUAL INSPECTION
-

A white dividing line at 1/3 or plate height


(visible through transparent battery casings)
would indicate that a battery has been left
standing in a highly discharged condition.

If the electrolyte is brown in colour, and the


battery consumes a large amount of water,
the battery may have been overcharged.

If the electrolyte is murky, milky, and the


cells have a white deposit, the battery has
been damaged by insufficient charging
(highly discharged).

4.2 CHECKING THE CHARGING CONDITION


Specific mass
By charging and discharging the battery, a
chemical reaction occurs in the battery,
involving sulphuric acid. The concentration
of the sulphuric acid falls, the further the
battery becomes discharged.
The concentration, measured as specific
mass (kg/dm3) is a useful yardstick for
determining the charging condition of the
battery.
-

In order to check the charging condition,


use can be made of an acidimeter.
Specific mass at 27_C in kg/dm3
Charged battery
: 1,28
Half-charged battery
: 1,20
Discharged battery
: 1,10

Measurement corrections are necessary, if


the temperatures deviate considerably. For
each 10_C lower temperature, 0,007 points
must be deducted from the measured
reading. For each 10_C higher temperature,
0,007 points must be added.

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In a battery in good condition, the specific


mass must be the same in all cells. The
maximum difference between the highest
and lowest specific mass may not exceed
0,03 kg/dm3.
Note:
If the specific mass in a single cell is
considerably lower than the rest, the cause
may be cell closure. If the specific mass of
two adjacent cells is considerably below the
level in the remainder of the battery, there
could be a leak in the dividing wall. In both
cases, the battery must be replaced.

Voltage
The charging condition of batteries can also
be measured using a sensitive, preferably
digital voltmeter. This method can only be
employed 1 to 2 hours following complete
termination of charging or discharging.
What is measured is the absolute voltage at
rest (the positive and negative terminals
must have been removed from the battery).
According to the formula: Voltage per cell =
specific mass (kg/dm3) + 0,84, the charging
condition can be calculated.
Example:
For a fully charged battery, the specific
mass per cell equals 1,28 kg/dm3. The
voltage per cell is therefore
1,28 + 0,84 = 2,12 V.
A 12V battery has 6 cells. Total voltage of a
charged battery is therefore
6 x 2,12 = 12,72 V.
The voltage of a half-charged battery is
approx. 12,24 V.
The voltage of a discharged battery is
approx. 11,75 V.

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4.3 CHECKING WITH A BATTERY TESTER


-

A rapid measurement to roughly assess the


condition of the battery can be carried out
using a battery tester. In this test, the
battery is subjected to a load, and the
discharge voltage across the battery poles
is measured. The load on the battery must
be at least three times the capacity of the
battery.

As a rule of thumb, the test can be carried


out when the battery is sufficiently charged
(specific mass 1,25 - 1,28 kg/dm3).
At a normal temperature (10-20_C), the
load voltage of a well-charged battery
should be 10 V, after 10 seconds. For a
partially-discharged battery (specific mass
1,25 kg/dm3), at least 9 volt must be
measured.
It is important that the voltage be measured
directly across the battery poles.

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CONTENTS
1.

MASTER SWITCH DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


1.1 Manual-control single-pole master switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Electrical-control single-pole master switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Electrical-control master switch for VLG/ADR/GGVS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Electrical-control two-pole master switch for PETREG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 Pneumatic-control single-pole master switch for VLG/ADR/GGVS . . . . . . .
1.6 Pneumatic-control single-pole master switch for RTMDR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Master switch diagram

1. MASTER SWITCH DIAGRAM


1.1 MANUAL-CONTROL SINGLE-POLE MASTER SWITCH
D+

1020

1000

+
A500
-

D+

9001

C694

B501
A5:9300
E500129

Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B501

Compact tachograph

C694

Manual-control master switch

The electric master switch C669 must be


switched on manually outside the cab.
When the electric master switch is switched off,
the engine continues to operate.
D+ will then be connected to earth.

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1.2 ELECTRIC-CONTROL SINGLE-POLE MASTER SWITCH
1000

D+
1020

1000

1123

B501

E084
E089
G184

30A

1101

4918
86
E085
4917

85
30

1122

G053
C666

+
A500

30
G184
87

5
E500131

Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B501

Compact tachograph

C666

Control master switch

E084

7,5A lighting fuse

E085

7,5A control master switch fuse

E089

7,5A compact tachograph (A1) fuse

G053

Master switch relay

G184

D+ transfer master switch relay

Operation of main switch relay G053 is only


possible from the cab, using switch C666.
If switch C666 is operated while the engine is
running, main switch relay G053 will not switch
off, owing to the D+ signal.

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Master switch diagram

1.3 ELECTRIC-CONTROL MASTER SWITCH FOR VLG/ADR/GGVS


D+
1000

B085 1020

1167

B085

E559
4

C555

E153

E152

4049

A
2

C555

1166
1122

E559

B085

5065

C752

- 24V +
0 l
D826
7

5
1

G186

T=
60s
6

B082
1

B A

1123

- 24V +

9303

C555

4985

+
A500

D701

4986

E559
0,5 bar

C
B082

B501
A1:1123
A5:9303

E500133

A: Electropneumatic switch in cab


B: Fuel pump
C: Exhaust valve
Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B082

Engine stop/engine brake valve

B085

Master switch control valve

B501

Compact tachograph

C555

Pneumatic master switch

C752

Master switch control switch

D701

Master switch diode preventing feedback to CTE

D826

Electronic unit for current limiter VLG

E152

Fuse for master switch/ timer/ engine stop/ power supply after master switch

E153

Fuse for master switch/ timer/ engine stop/ power supply before master switch

E559

Control switch for pneumatic master switch/ engine stop break

G186

Timer relay for the engine stop master switch

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Master switch diagram

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Master switch C555 should be switched on


manually outside the cab.
The master switch can be switched off:
Manually (outside the cab)
Pneumatically (inside the cab)
Relay G186 is activated when the voltage on pin
4 drops out. Engine stop valve B082 will then be
activated for 60 seconds.
If pressure switch E559 is open, engine stop
valve B082 is not activated.
Switch A can be used to switch off the master
switch pneumatically inside the cab. This also
involves the opening of pressure switch E559.

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Master switch diagram

1.4 ELECTRIC-CONTROL TWO-POLE MASTER SWITCH FOR PETREG


1000

C622

D+

1127

1000

1024

G056
E154
4 12

3 6

2630

1020

3600

10

D110

9504

4985

11 7
1122

C669
30

+
87A

A500
D111

G056

9300 - 24V +
C667

- 12V +

A
B

1123

C668

9505

D545

E155

9303

3601

B520
A1:1123
A5:9303
E500134

A:
B:

Special reference earth on chassis


Electric earth insulated (i.e. not on chassis)

Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B520

Compact tachograph (12V)

C622

Lighting switch

C667

Electric master switch cut-out switch (cab)

C668

Electric master switch cut-out switch (chassis)

C669

Switch for electric master switch

D110

Indicator lamp for master switch leakage current to power supply

D111

Indicator lamp for master switch leakage current to earth

D545

Electronic unit current limiter converter 12/24V

E154

Fuse for master switch leakage current to power supply

E155

Fuse for master switch leakage current to earth

G056

Master switch control relay

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Master switch diagram

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The electric master switch C669 must be


switched on manually outside the cab.
The electric master switch can be switched off in
the following ways:
Manually (outside the cab)
Electrically (outside the cab)
Electrically (inside the cab)
When switch C667 or C668 is closed, the relay
of the electric master switch is activated, so that
the electric master switch is switched off.
As soon as the electric master switch is
switched off there will be no voltage on the relay.
When the electric master switch is switched off,
the engine continues to operate.
D+ will then be connected to earth.

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Master switch diagram

1.5 PNEUMATIC-CONTROL SINGLE-POLE MASTER SWITCH FOR


VLG/ADR/GGVS
1000

D550/G146

D+
1020

P
C555

A
2

C555

4986

E559
0,5 bar

1167

G186

A500
2

- 24V +

4985

B082

8
D826
D702

B082

D552

- 24V +

3
C

1123

9303

T=
60s
6

E559

4984

D701

E153

D018

1122
1166

4049/4683

E152

B501
A1:1123
A5:9303

E500130

A: Pneumatic switch in cab


B: Fuel pump
C: Exhaust valve
Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B082

Engine stop valve

B501

Compact tachograph

C555

Pneumatic master switch

D018

Master switch indicator lamp

D701

Master switch diode preventing feedback to CTE

D702

Master switch diode preventing feedback to engine stop relay

D550

Electronic unit for central timing unit (2nd)

D552

Generator overvoltage protection

D826

Electronic unit for current limiter VLG

E152

Fuse for master switch/ timer/ engine stop/ power supply after master switch

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Master switch diagram

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Basic code
number

Designation

E153

Fuse for master switch/ timer/ engine stop/ power supply before master switch

E559

Control switch for pneumatic master switch, engine stop break

G146

Timer relay for electric engine stop

G186

Timer relay for the master switch

Master switch C555 should be switched on


manually outside the cab.
The master switch can be switched off in the
following ways:
Manually (outside the cab)
Pneumatically (inside the cab)
Relay G186 is activated when the voltage on pin
4 drops out. Engine stop valve B082 will then be
activated for 60 seconds.

If pressure switch E559 is open, engine stop


valve B082 is not activated.
Switch A can be used to switch off the master
switch pneumatically inside the cab. This also
involves the opening of pressure switch E559.

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Master switch diagram

1.6 PNEUMATIC-CONTROL SINGLE-POLE MASTER SWITCH FOR RTMDR


1000

P
E092

D+

1020

1000

C555

1122

A
4698

+
A500
-

- 24V +

B082
12

11
2

+
1123

D826

9303

D018

B501
A1:1123
A5:9303

E500132

A
B
C
D
E
F

= Connection to collection block


= See A
= See A
= See A
= See A
= See A

G
H
J
K
L
M

Basic code
number

Designation

A500

Batteries (2)

B501

Compact tachograph

C555

Pneumatic master switch

D018

Green master switch indicator lamp

D826

Electronic unit for current limiter VLG

E092

Fuse for master switch valve

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= Fuel pump
= Exhaust valve
= Master switch
= Engine stop
= Master switch
= Engine stop + master switch

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Master switch diagram

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Master switch C555 should be switched on


manually outside the cab.
The master switch can be switched off in the
following ways:
Manually (outside the cab)
Pneumatically (inside the cab)

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Contents

CONTENTS
1.

CONNECTING ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 Connection points on printed circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Connecting accessories with a current consumption of 15 to 25 Amp . . . .
1.3 Connecting accessories via the accessory connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Overview of connection points in roof console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 40A connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.6 12V connection in the overhead box connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.7 Spare wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.8 Cool box connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.9 Connecting the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1. CONNECTING ACCESSORIES
1.1 CONNECTION POINTS ON PRINTED CIRCUIT
1000

1010

RES
G450
ER01

1
19

35
18

1
19

35

35
18

18

35

18

403

402

401

400

19

19

E500914

The accompanying diagram shows the spare


connectors for accessories.
The connectors concerned are fed via the
printed circuit board tracks. It is, therefore,
absolutely essential that the amperages
specified should not be exceeded, since this
might cause burning of the tracks and
overloading of the contact relay.

Maximum current passing through the diodes:


3A
Note:
If necessary, the supply voltage before or after
the contact can also be branched off from the
contact block (A).
The connection points are not fused.
E500224

Fuse

Maximum current

ER01

15 A

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1.2 CONNECTING ACCESSORIES WITH A CURRENT CONSUMPTION OF 15 TO


25 AMP
If amperages of 15 to 25A are required,
assemble a wiring harness for this purpose and
connect it in accordance with the diagram below.
The required relays and fuses should be added,
but they must not be fitted on the printed circuit
board. The wire core should have a
cross-section of at least 2.5 mm2.
1000

1
25.0 A

15.0 A
2

1106

30

E027

85

30

85

87

86

86

87A
1130

87

A027

A027

2161

87A

A027

2102

7.5 A

A027

W 5 03 002

Current supply wire 1000 to be branched off


from contact block (A).
Connector A027
Pin 1 current consumption max. 25 A before
contact
Pin 2 current consumption max. 25 A after
contact
Pin 3 earth (the wire core should have a
cross-section of 4 mm2 because of
possible high currents)
Pin 4 current consumption max. 15 A after
contact
If pins 1 and 2 are both connected, the
maximum combined current consumption after
the contact has been switched on is 25A. With
the contact switched off, the maximum current
consumption of pin 1 is 25A.

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Connecting accessories

1.3 CONNECTING ACCESSORIES VIA THE ACCESSORY CONNECTOR


On the right-hand side, along the central printed
circuit, a 12-pole accessory connector (1) has
been installed (connector no. 385).
The supply voltage for this connector is
branched off from the power supply via the
fuses (2)

385

E500255

Attached to the connector are:


Pin 1
: wire no. 1154
Pin 3
: wire no. 1258
Pin 10 : earth
Pin 12 : earth

2
1

Maximum current consumption:


Pin 1
: supply before contact, max. 25 A
Pin 3
: supply after contact, max. 25 A

1
3

10
12
E500138

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Connecting accessories

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1.4 OVERVIEW OF CONNECTION POINTS IN ROOF CONSOLE


Cab versions

K100442

1.
2.
3.

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XL cab (Comfort cab)


XH cab (Space cab)
XC cab (Superspace cab)

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Connecting accessories

Figure showing XC-cab roof console

XC
D

XL + XH

6
B

E500579

Description

Used for cab


versions

24V (40A) connector (for microwave, fog lights, etc.).

XL + XH + XC

Passage tube

XL + XH + XC

12V connector for audio equipment (e.g. CB transmitter)

XC

Connector, overhead-box wiring (with 12V connection)

XL + XH + XC

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1.5 40A CONNECTOR


This connector (A) is a two-pole connector.
The supply voltage for this connector is
branched off from the power supply before
contact via fuse E168.

It is possible to connect a connector to a contact


block. This way you get a central connection
point for supply and earth.

E500329

1000

E168

1175

A038

E500225

1334294
E500566

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1.6 12V CONNECTION IN THE OVERHEAD BOX CONNECTOR


The overhead box contains a connector for the
overhead box wiring.
This connector also has a 12V connection
(connection point 3, wire no. 1108).
291

E500290

291

6
E500273

291

0009

ZT

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

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1.7 SPARE WIRES


Three spare wires are available in the connector
located below the instrument panel to the left.
These spare wires end in the overhead box
again.

RES 1
RES 2
RES 3

E500568

1.8 COOL BOX CONNECTOR


From the accessory connector, a connection has
been with the connector for the cooler box.

M
1000

E500567

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Connecting accessories

1.9 CONNECTING THE RADIO


Connectors for connecting the radio.

426

424
425
427

E500285

424

GS
1

425

BN
1

E500252

426

WT

WT

AMP

427

E500975

424
425
426
427

Radio power supply


Loudspeakers of radio
Memory of radio
Converter of radio

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Connecting accessories

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DIMMING THE DISPLAY LIGHTING


Philips and Grundig radios
If the radio has display lighting (for searching), it
can be dimmed on switching on the vehicle
lighting. This requires relay G231 to be
connected as shown in the figure.

1000
1010
1108

7
4
12V

12V 12V

D525

B023
L L+ R R+

12V
6

4543
4541

30

4542
4540

2
24V

B025

87
87A

G231

1106

B024
86

2630

G231
85

M
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CHANNEL MEMORY OF RADIO IN COMBINATION WITH 24/12V 4A CONVERTER


Channel memory of Philips radio
For the channel memory it is necessary to link
connection point 4 of the radio connector to the
12V supply voltage before contact, using an
electronic unit for the power supply of the radio
memory (D828).

1000
1010
1108

7
4
12V

D525

12V 12V
B023
L L+ R R+

12V
3
6

4543
4541

4542
4540

2
24V

B025

1106

B024

1107

2
24V
D828
12V
4

95
12957

E500728

Note:
Input
24 V

Wire no.

Voltage before/
after the contact

Output
12 V

Wire no.

1106

after

1108

1107

before

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Channel memory of Grundig radio


For the channel memory it is necessary to link
connection point 7 of the radio connector to the
12V supply voltage after contact, using an
electronic unit for the power supply of the radio
memory (D828).

1000
1010
1108

4
4
12V

D525
1

12V 12V
B023
L L+ R R+

12V
3
6

4543
4541

Note:
Wire 1106 is for the 24V supply voltage,
connected in contact/starter switch position with
relay G178: accessories.

4542
4540

2
24V

B025

1107

B024

1106

2
24V
D828
12V
4

95
12957

E500729

Input
24 V

Wire no.

Voltage before/
after the contact

1106

after

1107

before

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Output
12 V

Wire no.

1108

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CHANNEL MEMORY OF RADIO IN COMBINATION WITH 24/12V 10A OR 20A


CONVERTER

A2
B2
A4
B1

Two variants of this converter are available:


24V/12V (10A + 10mA) or:
24V/12V (20A + 10mA)
Both are connected in the same way.

24V 12V
D895
A1
A3

The converter has two individual in- and outputs:

M
E500726

24V input

12V output

Max. amperage

A2

A4

10 or 20A

B2

B1

10 mA

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Channel memory of Philips radio


The 12V/10mA output is the supply voltage for
the channel memory (output B1 of the
converter).

1000
1010

1108

R+

1
12V
B026

B185

R2+

R2

4834
B181

R1+

B180

4832

R1

L2+

4831

4830

L2

B187

B179

L1+
+

4829

4828
B178

4827

4541
B025

4543

4540

4542

B024

1106

1107

L1

B186

4833

A1
A3

D895

12V

24V 12V

L+

A2
B2
A4
B1

1353

301 033
M

E500730

Note:

24 V

Wire no.

Voltage
before/after the
contact

A2

1106

after

A4

1108

B2

1107

before

B1

1353

Input

Output
12 V

Wire no.

Wire 1105 is connected in contact/starter switch


position with relay G178: accessories.

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Channel memory of Grundig radio


The 12V/10 (20)A output is the supply voltage
for the channel memory (output A4 of the
converter).

1000
1010

1108

R+

1
12V
B026

B185

R2

R2+
4834
B181

R1+

R1

4832
B180

L2+
+

4831

4830

L2

B187

B179

L1+
+

4829

4828
B178

4827

4541
B025

4543

4540

4542

B024

1107

1106

L1

B186

4833

A1
A3

D895

12V

24V 12V

L+

A2
B2
A4
B1

1353

301 033
M

E500731

Note:

24 V

Wire no.

Voltage
before/after the
contact

A2

1107

before

A4

1108

B2

1106

after

B1

1353

Input

Output
12 V

Wire no.

Wire 1105 is connected in contact/starter switch


position with relay G178: accessories.
Wires 1107 and 1106 on the converter wiring
harness should be reversed. (see figure)

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711

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MARKING OF ELECTRIC WIRING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . . 9711

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READING THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . . 9711

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List of abbreviations

1. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviation

Description

Translation

ABS-D

Antiblokkeersysteem - versie D

Anti-lock Brake system - version D

ACH-E

Additional Cab Heater - Eberspcher

Auxiliary heating - Eberspcher

ACH-W

Additional Cab Heater - Webasto

Auxiliary heating - Webasto

VLG/ADR/GGVS/
PETREG/RTMDR

Vervoer te Land Gevaarlijke stoffen

Transport of Hazardous Goods by


Road

AGS

Automatic Greasing System

Automatic Greasing System

AIRCO

Air-conditioning

Airconditioning

ASL-G

Automatic Speed Limiter -Groeneveld

Automatic Speed Limiter Groeneveld

ASL-V

Automatic Speed Limiter - VDO

Automatic Speed Limiter - VDO

ASR

Anti-Slip Regeling

Anti-slip Regulator

CDB-3

Central Distribution Board F95

Central Distribution Board F95

CDS

Central door locking

Central door locking

CTE-2

Centrale Tijds Eenheid - versie 2

Central Timer Unit - version 2

CWS-2

Central Warning System - version 2

Central Warning System - version 2

DAVIE 2.0

DAF Vehicle Investigation Equipment


versie 2

DAF Vehicle Investigation Equipment


version 2

DCI

DAF Cummins interface

DAF Cummins interface

DEB

DAF Engine Brake

DAF Engine Brake

DIP-3

DAF Instrument Pack F95

DAF Instrument Pack F95

DVB

DoorVerBinding

Interconnection

ECAS-2

Electronically Controlled Air


Suspension system - version 2

Electronically Controlled Air


Suspension system - version 2

ECS-DC

Engine Control
System-DAF/Cummins

DAF/Cummins Engine Control


System

E-gas 3

Elektrische Gasbediening - version 3

Electric Gas Control - version 3

HGS

Hydraulic Gear Shifting

Hydraulic Gear Shifting

NMV

Nebenantrieb Motorabhngig

Motor-PTO

PTO

Power Take Off

Power Take Off

RC-ECAS/E-gas

Remote Control unit-ECAS/E-gas

ECAS/E-gas Remote Control unit

Tacho

Tachograph

Tachograph

V/n

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Marking of electric wiring

2. MARKING OF ELECTRIC WIRING


INTRODUCTION
This standard contains instructions for the
uniform use of markings for wiring.
The marking system consists of a numerical
system and a colour coding system, which
ensures a clear wiring layout and avoids faulty
connections and manufacturing errors.
The marking system does not apply to vehicles
governed by special regulations, such as military
vehicles.
Numerical and colour coding
Each numerical code is composed of four digits,
the first of which refers to the main group and
the colour.
Main groups
Power supply (red)
1000 to 1099
Power generation
1100 to 1199
Power supply before contact
1200 to 1499
Power supply after contact
Lighting (yellow)
2000 to 2099
Direction indicator and
hazard lights
2100 to 2599
External vehicle lighting
2600 to 2999
Internal vehicle lighting

Warning and indicator functions (blue)


3000 to 3399
Engine functions
3400 to 3999
Vehicle function
Consumers (black)
4000 to 4499
Start, stop, engine,
glow functions
4500 to 5499
Vehicle functions
5500 to 5999
Automatic gearboxes
6000 to 6999
Special model. (Not from
production line, although
from factory.)
Earth connections (white)
Not marked
9000 to 9499
Test and signal earth

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Marking of electric wiring


Notes
M with serial number coding on earth
wiring are used during production.
In the case of straight-splicing (cascading)
of the wiring, the numerical codes are
shown on each separate wire, followed by a
letter.
Earth connections
The application of electronic systems has made
it necessary to divide the earth connections into
groups: We distinguish 2 different types of earth
connections:
switching earth
test and signal earth
Switching earth is the conventional type of earth
connection.
Test and signal earth is the earth connection
exclusively used for electronic systems.
The wiring colour of both types of earth
connection is white, but the test and signal earth
wiring also has numerical codes (from 9000 to
9500).

NEVER USE TEST AND SIGNAL


EARTH WHEN FITTING AN
ELECTRIC COMPONENT

This rule should be adhered to or electronic


components might become deranged.
When an electronic component is connected up,
the earth terminal of this system must be
connected to the central earth connection in the
cab.
This connection is located under the central box
behind the bulkhead.
Abbreviations used in colour coding
Colour
red
brown
green
blue

2-2

Abbreviation
rd
bn
gn
bw

Colour
yellow
white
grey
black
orange

Abbreviation
gl
wt
gs
zt
oe

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Reading the circuit diagram

3. READING THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


A circuit diagram is intended to represent a
circuit as simply as possible with the aid of
symbols.
Use is made of symbols here.
LIGHT SWITCH

1000
1010

SWITCH MAIN/ DIPPED BEAM

E084

1
1101

7.5A
2

2154

D610

C622

87

87A

G154
58

2
E002

G107
59 30

30

C506

3.4

G000
61

30

5.0A
87A

87

3.5

87

G107 85

86

58

009
039
052

86

W
59

59

2120

143

2111

205
251

G000 85

86

V
65

2100

G154 85

1
D609

2630

1020

2105

2110

87A

146

LAMP
MAIN
SWITCH

M
68

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70
E500145

1.

The diagram contains the indications 1000


and 1010 at the top left.
These indications have the following
meaning:
1000 = power before contact.
1010 = power after contact.

2.

The diagram contains the letter M at the


bottom left.
This has the following meaning:
M = earth connection.

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3.

To make it easier to find your way in the


circuit diagram, a search bar is included at
the bottom, which contains numbers.
These numbers are called location
numbers.
The legend of the circuit diagram contains
behind the description of the elementary
code number (ECN), the location number.
This makes it possible to find the location of
a component in the diagram.

4.

There is an arrow above the location


number 60, 63, 64, and 68 in the diagram
example.
At the bottom of this arrow is a number.
This number refers to the location number
on the search bar where you may find the
wire number concerned.

5.

Under the earth connection line (indicated


by the letter M), there are the letter V,
referring to relay G154, the letter W,
referring to relay G107, and the letter M,
referring to relay G000.
The meaning of these letters is given
below:
V = breaker contact
W = make-and-break contact
M = make-contact

These contacts can be found at the location


numbers shown under the letters V, W
and M.
The numbers shown under the relay codes
at the relay contacts in the diagram refer to
the location numbers on the reference bar
where the relays can be found.
6.

3-2

The circuit diagram shows the basic codes


(for instance, E002). The descriptions
referring to the basic codes are given in the
legend to the circuit diagram concerned.

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7.

Reading the circuit diagram

If there are no changes in the wire


numbers, these numbers are not repeated
in the diagram.
In the diagram example, wire 1101, for
instance is connected to point 87 of relay
contact G107, but also to point 2 of
component C622.
Wire 2100 (at location number 64) is
connected to point 30 of relay G154 but
also to point 85 of relay G000, etc.

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

E500135

Symbols used
1. Switch, manually controlled
2. Switch (multi-position), manually controlled
3. Switch (return), manually controlled
4. Switch, pressure-controlled (pneumatically
or hydraulically)
5. Switch, float position
6. Switch, fluid through-flow
7. Pressure switch
8. Switch, temperature-dependent
9. Resistor
10. Fuse

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11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

Diode
Zener diode
Contact socket (e.g. connection of trailer)
Heating element
Relay
Electropneumatic valve
Resistor, voltage-dependent
Resistor, temperature-dependent
Resistor, fluid level-dependent
Microprocessor
LED

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Reading subdiagrams

4. READING THE SUBDIAGRAM


IDENTIFICATION OF POSITION
NUMBERS IN SUBDIAGRAMS
In the subdiagrams, only the information which
is functional in the subdiagram concerned is
displayed in detail.
1.

The wiring is displayed with the same


colours as the wiring in the vehicle.

2.

The wire number is shown as it is printed


on the wiring in the vehicle.
Suffixes such as A, B, C, etc., following the
wire numbers, however, have been omitted.

3.

The basic code number of a component.


For a description, see the legend included
in the diagram. For more information, see
the subdiagram concerned.

4.

Number of the connection point of the wire


or the print track on the component.

5.

The basic code number of the connector


and the connection point on this connector.

6.

The symbols indicate which system or


component is meant (the symbol is often
also included on the lens of the indicator
lamp or the switch).

7.

Print track.

8.

The colour of the printed circuits of the


central box and the instrument panel is
grey.

9.

Removable components are shown in


white.

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95XF series

10. Reference to the component and its


connection point and to the chapter
(subdiagram) in which the element is
included. For more information, see chapter
4 Connectors.
D524
F11
53
D524=

Basic code number of the


component

F11

Connection point on the


component

53

Reference to subdiagram 53

11. NOTE: There may be differences here


because of different model specifications.
Always consult the legend included in the
diagram.
12. The housing of this component is earthed.
The line drawn is not a wire.
13. Search bar numbers.
14. Drawing number and chapter number.

15. Relation to the circuit diagram.

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B010
30
13

A502
B+
13

2/233

1000

1000

1000

114

A500

G014
1
14

30

87

114

1/233

1010

1000

1000

86

85

B010
50
12

10

4001

4002

G015

15A

14/206

11

E037

114
7
53

G178
85
7

12

13

14

12

10

C539

2 4 6

1100

7,5A
15

C506
7
8

D816
B10
6

16

C622
17

E084
4

18

13
19

D609
1/208
20

2100

5/206
1101
1101
1101

5/207
2110

2100

21

22

23

87

86 87A

24

C072
2
15

B501
6
26

200
5
28

30

85

1/237
G517

1010

G517

G000
25

26

2101

27

114

28

29

30

9102

31

115

28

D555

32

33

9102

2/201

D524

G517

1130

3014

11/201
9102

16/201
9102
9102
G517

5/201
3000
3000

16

34

133

12/201
35

36

3012

3012
37

38

F534
39

3012

15/
214

40

41

42

43

115

115

133

133

2630

3/
214

13

B156
1

7/
214

C707
9
15

2101

7,5A
14/208
44

45

46

4/
215

D582

2630
15/202

E117
47

6/202
G517

1000

114
F011

114
F535

3503
3503
3503

115
133

2/239
1/239
3426

14

1293789/04-17

G515

3413

11/200
G517

48

11

STOP

20/
215

8/
215

49

2619
7/200
15/200
3403

50

14

3412

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9642
51

F009
52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

G517

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Reading subdiagrams

EL000001

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Contents

CONTENTS
Page
1.

GENERAL LOCATION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


1.1 Location of components in relation to the circuit diagram:
1316630/05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Location of components in relation to the circuit diagram:
1316630/06-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Location of components in relation to the circuit diagram:
1316630/13-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Location of components in relation to the circuit diagram:
1316630/24-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Date

1-1 . . . . . . 0009
1-1 . . . . . . 0009
1-7 . . . . . . 0009
1-15 . . . . . 0009
1-26 . . . . . 0009

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LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

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General location of components

1. GENERAL LOCATION OF COMPONENTS


1.1 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS IN RELATION TO THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
1316630/05
Column 1

Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

=
=
=

Basic code numbers of the


component
Description
Location
Position number in illustration

B036

Resistor, alternator, D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D525

24V/12V Converter

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

35

D550

CTE2

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D587

Electronic unit for ZF intarder

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

12

D591

Electronic unit for E-gas 3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D597

Electronic unit for ASL-V

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D609

Diode for light switch

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D610

Diode for main beam/dipped beam

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D611

Diode for lifting gear lowering valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D612

Diode for lifting gear lifting valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D613

Diode in lifting gear for pump damping


relay

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D622

Diode for lifting gear lifting lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D623

Diode for lifting gear lowering lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D668

Diode for generator safety D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D708
D709
D710

Diode for internal cab lighting

In diode block, upper console

18

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General location of components
1

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D721

Diode for parking brake, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

23

D722

Diode for brake lights, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D802

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (6x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D804

Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins


interface

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D806

Electronic unit for AGS

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

D809

Electronic unit for ASL-G

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D813

Electronic unit for gate safety

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

33

D827

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

38

D833

Electronic unit for alarm system

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

39

D850

Electronic unit for ABS/ASR-D

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

15

D851

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D853

CWS-2

Behind DIP-3

31

D862

Electronic unit for central door locking

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

37

D870

Electronic unit for Voith retarder

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

12

E112

Fuse for glow indicator lamp

At pre-glow relay

25

E168

Accessory fuse box

Along printed circuit, central box

11

E511

Brake light control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

E564

Engine brake control switch

On floor at drivers side

27

E570

Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10

Above clutch pedal

28

E575

Clutch pedal proximity switch

Above clutch pedal

26

F000

Parking brake control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

F050

Control switch for differential lock


pressure (1st and 2nd diff.)

FT: front of differential housing


FA: in chassis side member

17

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1

General location of components


2

F585

Sensor for engine coolant level

Back of header tank

20

G015

Contact relay

Along printed circuit, central box

10

G065

Heater fan relay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G066

Lifting-gear takeover relay

In lifting gear distributor box

29

G170

Auxiliary-heating fan relay

Along printed circuit, central box

21

G203

Starting-motor takeover relay

On starting motor

36

G239

Engine brake takeover relay


ABS/ASR-D CTE

Along printed circuit, central box

14

G247

Auxiliary-heating fan relay

Along printed circuit, central box

21

G257
G258

Recirculation valve microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G259

N-10-PTO control relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

13

G267

Air-conditioning microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G279

Heater fan transfer microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G723

Connection for central door locking

In the central box

30

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General location of components

95XF series
18
31

28
26

8
27

36

5
3

E500231

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9

General location of components


15

16

37

30 33

11

21

13

10
14

35

23 24 19

6 24 1

12

25

38
39

E500624

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LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components
FA

17

95XF series
FT

20

8
22

34

29

E500626

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General location of components

1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS IN RELATION TO THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:


1316630/06-12
Column 1

Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

=
=
=

Basic code numbers of the


component
Description
Location
Position number in illustration

A000

FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

32

A001

Rear fog light back-up light socket, FA


(semi-)trailer, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

40

A002

FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Cab rear

41

A003

Rear fog light back-up light socket,


central supply for FT (semi-)trailer,
7-pin

Cab rear

42

A004

ABS FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Rear end of the chassis

43

A005

ABS FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Cab rear

44

A021

Connector, diagnostic

Central box, left-hand side

47

A026

Body builder side-light

In chassis, rear left

50

A038

Accessory socket, 2-pin

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

48

A040

Connector, alarm system

Central box, right-hand side

49

A042

Dashboard socket, 2-pin

Front of heating unit, right-hand side

45

A043

Socket, 2-pin

Chair console on drivers side

46

B036

Resistor, alternator, D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D525

24V/12V Converter

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

35

D550

CTE2

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D587

Electronic unit for ZF intarder

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

12

D591

Electronic unit for E-gas 3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D597

Electronic unit for ASL-V

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

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General location of components
1

95XF series
3

D609

Diode for light switch

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D610

Diode for main beam/dipped beam

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D611

Diode for lifting gear lowering valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D612

Diode for lifting gear lifting valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D613

Diode in lifting gear for pump damping


relay

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D622

Diode for lifting gear lifting lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D623

Diode for lifting gear lowering lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D668

Diode for generator safety D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D703

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at drivers side

In diode block, upper console

18

D704

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at co-drivers
side

In diode block, upper console

18

D705

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating with running engine

In diode block, upper console

18

D708

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers stepwell

In diode block, upper console

18

D709

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

D710

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

D721

Diode for parking brake, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

23

D722

Diode for brake lights, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D745

Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D758

Diode prevent feedback to CWS-2

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D759

Diode prevent feedback to brake


lights

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

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1

General location of components


2

D802

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (6x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D804

Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins


interface

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D806

Electronic unit for AGS

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

D809

Electronic unit for ASL-G

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D813

Electronic unit for gate safety

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

33

D833

Electronic unit for alarm system

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

39

D850

Electronic unit for ABS/ASR-D

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

15

D851

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D853

CWS2

Behind DIP-3

31

D862

Electronic unit for central door locking

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

37

D869

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

38

D870

Electronic unit for Voith retarder

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

12

E112

Fuse for glow indicator lamp

At pre-glow relay

25

E168

Fuse (40A) accessories

At top of printed circuit, central box.

11

E511

Brake light control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

E564

Engine brake control switch

On floor at drivers side

27

E570

Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10

Above clutch pedal

28

E575

Clutch pedal proximity switch

Above clutch pedal

26

F000

Parking brake control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

F050

Control switch for differential lock


pressure (1st and 2nd diff.)

FT: front of differential housing


FA: in chassis side member

17

F585

Sensor for engine coolant level

Back of header tank

20

G015

Contact relay

Along printed circuit, central box

10

G065

Heater fan relay

Right-hand side of heater unit

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General location of components
1

95XF series

G066

Lifting-gear takeover relay

In lifting gear distributor box

29

G170

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G203

Starting-motor takeover relay

On starting motor

36

G239

Engine brake takeover relay


ABS/ASR-D CTE

Along printed circuit, central box

14

G247

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G257
G258

Recirculation valve microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G259

N-10-PTO control relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

13

G267

Air-conditioning microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G279

Heater fan transfer microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G284

Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2

At top of printed circuit, central box.

53

G297

Cab air suspension relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

54

G300

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating transfer


microrelay (GGVS)

At top of printed circuit, central box.

52

G301

Microrelay, light D+

At top of printed circuit, central box.

55

G302

Microrelay for Swedish lighting

At top of printed circuit, central box.

56

G303

Starting motor lock relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

51

G723

Connection for central door locking

In the central box

30

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General location of components


18
31

28
26

8
27

36

5
3

E500231

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General location of components

95XF series
21

15

16

37

30 33

11
51
56

53

54 55 52
13

10
14
23 24 19

35

6 24 1

12

38

39

25

45

E500627

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LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components

FA

FT

17

41

44 42

20

32

40

43

22

34

50
29

E500625

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General location of components

95XF series

49

47

46

48

E500637

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LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

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General location of components

1.3 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS IN RELATION TO THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:


1316630/13-23
Column 1

Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

=
=
=

Basic code numbers of the


component
Description
Location
Position number in illustration

A000

FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

32

A001

Rear fog light back-up light socket, FA


(semi-)trailer, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

40

A002

FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Cab rear

41

A003

Rear fog light back-up light socket,


central supply for FT (semi-)trailer,
7-pin

Cab rear

42

A004

ABS FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Rear end of the chassis

43

A005

ABS FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Cab rear

44

A021

Connector, diagnostic

Central box, left-hand side

47

A026

Body builder side-light

In chassis, rear left

50

A038

Accessory socket, 2-pin

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

48

A040

Connector, alarm system

Central box, right-hand side

49

A042

Dashboard socket, 2-pin

Front of heating unit, right-hand side

45

A043

Socket, 2-pin

Chair console on drivers side

46

A046

Connector for the body builder for


remote control connection

Below cab, co-drivers side

68

B036

Resistor, alternator, D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

B131
t/m
B136

Pump units with magnetic valve

In pump housing

60

B290

Electro-pneumatic boost pressure


valve

On inlet-air duct

63

C776

Stalk switch

On steering column

33

C804

Flexible vehicle speed limiter switch

Right-hand side instrument panel

58

0009

1-15

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components
1

95XF series
3

D525

24V/12V Converter

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

35

D587

Electronic unit for ZF intarder

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

12

D591

Electronic unit for E-gas 3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D597

Electronic unit for ASL-V

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D609

Diode for light switch

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D610

Diode for main beam/dipped beam

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D611

Diode for lifting gear lowering valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D612

Diode for lifting gear lifting valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D613

Diode in lifting gear for pump damping


relay

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D622

Diode for lifting gear lifting lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D623

Diode for lifting gear lowering lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D668

Diode for generator safety D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D703

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at drivers side

In diode block, upper console

18

D704

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at co-drivers
side

In diode block, upper console

18

D705

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating with running engine

In diode block, upper console

18

D708

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers stepwell

In diode block, upper console

18

D709

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

D710

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

D721

Diode for parking brake, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

23

1-16

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series
1

General location of components


2

D722

Diode for brake lights, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D745

Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D758

Diode prevent feedback to CWS-2

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D759

Diode prevent feedback to brake


lights

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D802

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (6x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D804

Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins


interface

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D806

Electronic unit for AGS

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

D809

Electronic unit for ASL-G

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D814

Electronic unit, UPEC

Below cab, co-drivers side

57

D833

Electronic unit for alarm system

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

39

D850

Electronic unit for ABS/ASR-D

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

15

D851

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D853

CWS2

Behind DIP-3

31

D862

Electronic unit for central door locking

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

37

D869

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

38

D870

Electronic unit for Voith retarder

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

12

D884

CTE3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

E112

Fuse for glow indicator lamp

At pre-glow relay

25

E168

Fuse (40A) accessories

At top of printed circuit, central box.

11

E511

Brake light control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

E564

Engine brake control switch

On floor at drivers side

27

E570

Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10

Above clutch pedal

28

0009

1-17

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components
1

95XF series

E575

Clutch pedal proximity switch

Above clutch pedal

26

F000

Parking brake control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

F050

Control switch for differential lock


pressure (1st and 2nd diff.)

FT: front of differential housing


FA: in chassis side member

17

F552

Crankshaft position sensor

On flywheel housing

65

F555

Boost pressure sensor

On inlet manifold

61

F558

Camshaft position sensor

On pump housing

67

F561

Inlet-air temperature sensor

On inlet manifold

62

F565

Fuel temperature sensor

On pump housing

66

F566

Engine coolant temperature sensor

On coolant pipe

64

F571

Accelerator pedal sensor

On floor at drivers side

59

F585

Sensor for engine coolant level

Back of header tank

20

G015

Contact relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

10

G065

Heater fan relay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G066

Lifting-gear takeover relay

In lifting gear distributor box

29

G126

Relay for UPEC power supply

In the central box

36

G170

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G239

Engine brake takeover relay


ABS/ASR-D CTE

Along printed circuit, central box

14

G247

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G257
G258

Recirculation valve microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G259

N-10-PTO control relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

13

G267

Air-conditioning microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G279

Heater fan transfer microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G284

Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2

At top of printed circuit, central box.

53

G297

Cab air suspension relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

54

G300

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating transfer


microrelay (GGVS)

At top of printed circuit, central box.

52

1-18

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series
1

General location of components


2

G301

Microrelay, light D+

At top of printed circuit, central box.

55

G302

Microrelay for Swedish lighting

At top of printed circuit, central box.

56

G303

Starting motor lock relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

51

G321

UPEC connector relay for the body


builder

At top of printed circuit, central box.

69

G328

UPEC engine stop relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

70

G723

Connection for central door locking

In the central box

30

0009

1-19

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

95XF series
21

15

16

37

30

11
51
56

53

54 55 52
13

10
14
23 24 19

35

6 24 1

12

38

39

25

45

E500912

1-20

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components


18
31

28
26

8
27

5
3

E500675

0009

1-21

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

FA

95XF series

FT

17

41

44 42

20

32

40

43

22

34

50
29

E500625

1-22

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components

49

47

33

58

48

46

E500909

0009

1-23

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

95XF series
69 70 36

68

57
59

E500910

1-24

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components

64

62

61

65

63

60

66

67

E500673

0009

1-25

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

95XF series

1.4 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS IN RELATION TO THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:


1316630/24-29
Column 1

Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

=
=
=

Basic code numbers of the


component
Description
Location
Position number in illustration

A000

FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

32

A001

Rear fog light back-up light socket,


FA (semi-)trailer, 7-pin

Rear end of the chassis

40

A002

FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7-pin

Cab rear

41

A003

Rear fog light back-up light socket,


central supply for FT (semi-)trailer,
7-pin

Cab rear

42

A004

ABS FA (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Rear end of the chassis

43

A005

ABS FT (semi-)trailer socket, 7pin

Cab rear

44

A021

Connector, diagnostic

Central box, left-hand side

47

A026

Body builder side-light

In chassis, rear left

50

A038

Accessory socket, 2-pin

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

48

A040

Connector, alarm system

Central box, right-hand side

49

A042

Dashboard socket, 2-pin

Front of heating unit, right-hand side

45

A043

Socket, 2-pin

Chair console on drivers side

46

A046

Connector for the body builder for


remote control connection

Below cab, co-drivers side

68

B036

Resistor, alternator, D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

B131
t/m
B136

Pump units with magnetic valve

In pump housing

60

B290

Electro-pneumatic boost pressure


valve

On inlet-air duct

63

B344

Electronic unit for AGS

In lubrication pump housing

C776

Stalk switch

On steering column

33

C804

Flexible vehicle speed limiter switch

Right-hand side instrument panel

58

1-26

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series
1

General location of components


2

D525

24V/12V Converter

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

35

D587

Electronic unit for ZF intarder

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

12

D591

Electronic unit for E-gas 3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D597

Electronic unit for ASL-V

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D600

Diode, rear fog light/dipped beam

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D601

Diode for front and rear fog lights

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D609

Diode for light switch

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D610

Diode for main beam/dipped beam

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D611

Diode for lifting gear lowering valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D612

Diode for lifting gear lifting valve


damping

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D613

Diode in lifting gear for pump damping


relay

In lifting gear distributor box

34

D622

Diode for lifting gear lifting lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D623

Diode for lifting gear lowering lock

In lifting gear distributor box

22

D668

Diode for generator safety D+

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

19

D703

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at drivers side

In diode block, upper console

18

D704

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating/door contact at co-drivers
side

In diode block, upper console

18

D705

Diode for switching off the auxiliary


heating with running engine

In diode block, upper console

18

D708

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers stepwell

In diode block, upper console

18

D709

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to co-drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

0009

1-27

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components
1

95XF series

D710

Diode for interior lighting, prevent


feedback to drivers switch

In diode block, upper console

18

D721

Diode for parking brake, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

23

D722

Diode for brake lights, prevent


feedback

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D745

Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D758

Diode prevent feedback to CWS-2

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D759

Diode prevent feedback to brake


lights

On print track of printed circuit, central


box.

24

D802

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (6x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D804

Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins


interface

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D809

Electronic unit for ASL-G

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

16

D814

Electronic unit, UPEC

Below cab, co-drivers side

57

D833

Electronic unit for alarm system

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

39

D850

Electronic unit for ABS/ASR-D

On fixing plate along printed circuit,


central box.

15

D851

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)/


Electronic unit for ECAS-3 (4x2)

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

D853

CWS2

Behind DIP-3

31

D862

Electronic unit for central door locking

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

37

D869

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

38

D870

Electronic unit for Voith retarder

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

12

D884

CTE3

On fixing plate under printed circuit,


central box.

E112

Fuse for glow indicator lamp

At pre-glow relay

25

E168

Fuse (40A) accessories

At top of printed circuit, central box.

11

E511

Brake light control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

1-28

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series
1

General location of components


2

E564

Engine brake control switch

On floor at drivers side

27

E570

Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10

Above clutch pedal

28

E575

Clutch pedal proximity switch

Above clutch pedal

26

F000

Parking brake control switch

Left-hand side of heater unit

F050

Control switch for differential lock


pressure (1st and 2nd diff.)

FT: front of differential housing


FA: in chassis side member

17

F552

Crankshaft position sensor

On flywheel housing

65

F555

Boost pressure sensor

On inlet manifold

61

F558

Camshaft position sensor

On pump housing

67

F561

Inlet-air temperature sensor

On inlet manifold

62

F565

Fuel temperature sensor

On pump housing

66

F566

Engine coolant temperature sensor

On coolant pipe

64

F571

Accelerator pedal sensor

On floor at drivers side

59

F585

Sensor for engine coolant level

Back of header tank

20

G015

Contact relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

10

G065

Heater fan relay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G066

Lifting-gear takeover relay

In lifting gear distributor box

29

G126

Relay for UPEC power supply

In the central box

36

G170

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G239

Engine brake takeover relay


ABS/ASR-D CTE

Along printed circuit, central box

14

G247

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating fan relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

21

G257
G258

Recirculation valve microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G259

N-10-PTO control relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

13

G267

Air-conditioning microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G279

Heater fan transfer microrelay

Right-hand side of heater unit

G284

Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2

At top of printed circuit, central box.

53

G297

Cab air suspension relay

Along printed circuit, on right-hand


side, central box

54

G300

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating transfer


microrelay (GGVS)

At top of printed circuit, central box.

52

0009

1-29

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components
1

95XF series

G301

Microrelay, light D+

At top of printed circuit, central box.

55

G302

Microrelay for Swedish lighting

At top of printed circuit, central box.

56

G321

UPEC connector relay for the body


builder

At top of printed circuit, central box.

69

G328

UPEC engine stop relay

At top of printed circuit, central box.

70

G372

Starting motor lock relay

On printed circuit, central box

51

G723

Connection for central door locking

In the central box

30

G392

Rear fog light transfer microrelay

On printed circuit, central box

71

1-30

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components


18
31

28
26

8
27

5
3

E500675

0009

1-31

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

FA

95XF series

FT

17

41

44 42

20

32

40

43

22

34

50
29

E500625

1-32

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components

49

47

33

58

48

46

E500909

0009

1-33

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

95XF series
21

15

16

37

30

11
53

54 55 52
13

56

71
51

10
14
23 24 19

35

6 24 1

12

38

39

25

45

E500911

1-34

0009

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

95XF series

General location of components

64

62

61

65

63

60

66

67

E500673

0009

1-35

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
General location of components

95XF series

1-36

0009

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Contents

CONTENTS
Page
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Date

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1.1 Overview of connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711
1.2 Illustrations of connector locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8 . . . . . . 9711

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LOCATION OF CONNECTORS
Contents

5
95XF series

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

1. LOCATION OF CONNECTORS
1.1 OVERVIEW OF CONNECTORS
Column 1 =
Column 2 =
Column 3 =
Column 4 =
Column 5 =
Column 6 =

Coding of connectors
Number of connection points
on connector
Colour of the connector
Description of the connector,
if applicable
Location of the connector on
the vehicle
Page-number reference (see
Illustrations of connector
locations)
Connectors on printed circuit central box (D878)

400

35

Grey

A connector

On printed circuit, central box

1-11

401

35

Black

B connector

On printed circuit, central box

1-11

402

35

Grey

C connector

On printed circuit, central box

1-11

403

35

Black

D connector

On printed circuit, central box

1-11

233

Black

Before and after contact

On printed circuit, central box

1-11

Connectors on instrument panel (D852)


1

200

20

White

C connector

At the back of the instrument


panel

1-9

201

20

Black

B connector

At the back of the instrument


panel

1-9

202

20

Red

A connector

At the back of the instrument


panel

1-9

239

Brown

D connector

At the back of the instrument


panel

1-9

Connectors on tachograph (B501)


1

223

White

A connector

At the back of the tachograph

1-9

224

Red

C connector

At the back of the tachograph

1-9

225

Brown

D connector

At the back of the tachograph

1-9

271

Yellow

B connector

At the back of the tachograph

1-9

Connectors on CWS panel (D853)


1

395

21

Black

A connector

On CWS panel

1-10

396

15

Black

B connector

On CWS panel

1-10

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1-1

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

114

39

Red

Engine wiring

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

1-12

115

39

Black

Chassis wiring

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

1-12

116

Black

Lifting gear distribution box


wiring harness

Lifting gear distribution box on


the right side of the chassis,
behind the non-driven axle

1-35

118

Black

Gearbox wiring harness

On the gearbox, rear right

1-43

122

White

Time relay D503

Lifting gear distribution box on


the right side of the chassis,
behind the non-driven axle

1-35

134

Red

Electronic unit for gate


safety

Central box

1-49

135

15

Black

Electronic unit for


Groeneveld speed limiter

Central box

1-26

136

Black

Groeneveld speed limiter


regulator motor

Below cab, co-drivers side

1-26

143

Black

Stepwell lighting

Below cab floor, right-hand side

1-47

144

Black

Stepwell lighting

Below cab floor, left-hand side

1-47

145

16

Black

Auxiliary heating - Webasto

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

161

White

Wiring for end-outline


marker lighting

Overhead cover XC cab

1-46

166

Black

Electronic unit - Webasto

Central box

1-39

167

10

Black

Electronic unit - Webasto

Central box

1-39

168

Black

Electronic unit - Webasto

Central box

1-39

173

Black

Thermostat unit for Webasto


auxiliary heating, Thermo 90

Back panel

1-38/40

175

Blue

Connection HGS / Airco


dashboard wiring

Central box, left-hand side

1-13/43

176

21

Blue

Connection dashboard
wiring

Instrument panel

1-14

180

Brown

Connection accessories

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

1-50

181

Brown

Connection accessories

In overhead box

1-50

182

White

Connection Egas - ASC

Below printed circuit, right-hand


side

1-61

183

White

Airco sensor

Cab outside, front

1-57

185

21

Black

Door-sill wiring, drivers side

Below instrument panel,


left-hand side

1-14

1-2

1-12/39

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LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

187

12

Blue

Door-sill wiring, co-drivers


side

Central box, right-hand side

1-13

189

18

Yellow

Overhead-cover wiring XC
cab

Next to instrument panel,


left-hand side

1-14

190

21

Black

Connection overhead-box
wiring XC cab

Overhead cover

1-46

191

Blue

Assembly heater-control
panel (XF)

Central box, left-hand side

1-59

192

Blue

Assembly heater-control
panel (VF)

Central box, left-hand side

1-60

194

12

Blue

Overhead-cover wiring

Below instrument panel,


left-hand side

1-14

196

Black

Door wiring, drivers side

In door post, drivers side

1-45

197

Blue

Door wiring, drivers side

In door post, drivers side

1-45

198

White

Door wiring, drivers side

In door, drivers side

1-45

199

White

Door wiring, drivers side

In door, drivers side

1-45

216

16

Black

Diagnosis

Central box, left-hand side

1-18

231

Black

Light switch

Instrument panel

1-17

232

55

Black

Electronic unit for CTE

Central box

1-18

251

White

Engine brake control switch

On floor at drivers side

1-19

252

White

Wind-screen wiper motor

Behind dashboard, left-hand


side of the heater

1-17

253

12

Black

Electronic unit for automatic


lubrication

Central box

1-42

254

Black

Grease pump automatic


lubrication

Below cab floor, right-hand side

1-42

269

14

Black

Thermostat - Eberspcher

Back panel, drivers side

276

Black

Door wiring, co-drivers side

In door post, co-drivers side

1-45

277

Yellow

Door wiring, co-drivers side

In door post, co-drivers side

1-45

278

White

Door wiring, co-drivers side

In door, co-drivers side

1-45

279

White

Door wiring, co-drivers side

In door, co-drivers side

1-45

281

18

Blue

Substructure, drivers side

Below cab, drivers side

1-15

282

12

Black

Substructure, drivers side

Below cab, drivers side

1-15

9711

1-12/23

1-3

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

284

12

Black

Chassis substructure

Cable trough below cab,


left-hand side

1-51

285

12

Black

ABS sensors, left-hand side

Below cab, drivers side

1-55

286

18

Black

Substructure, co-drivers
side

Central box, above floor


connectors

1-56

288

12

Black

Chassis substructure

Shore on anti-underrun bumper


below the cab, right-hand side

1-58

290

18

Yellow

Connection XL/XH cab


dashboard wiring

Next to instrument panel,


left-hand side

1-14/48

291

21

Black

Connection overhead-box
wiring XL/XH cab

Behind overhead boxes,


left-hand side

1-52

305

25

Black

Electronic unit for VDO


speed limiter

Central box

1-27

307

Black

ECAS / E-gas remote


control

Below chair, drivers side

1-33

313

Black

E-gas regulator motor

Below cab, co-drivers side

1-12

314

Black

VDO speed limiter regulator


motor

Below cab, co-drivers side

1-27

321

39

White

ABS / ECAS wiring

Floor pan

328

16

Black

Cable trough ZF-intarder


chassis

Floor pan, co-driver s side

333

55

White

Electronic unit for E-gas

Central box

1-19

334

35

Black

Electronic unit for DAF


Cummins interface

Central box

1-22

335

28

Black

Cummins

Engine left

1-24

336

44

Black

Cable harness cab


Cummins

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

338

25

Black

Electronic unit for ZF


intarder

Central box

1-30

340

35

Black

Electronic unit for ECAS-2


(6x2)

Central box

1-32

343

Black

Sensor for accelerator


pedal, Cummins

Central box

1-22

344

Black

Sensor for accelerator pedal


E-gas

Below cab, drivers side

1-20

347

12

Black

Cable harness ECAS FTG

In chassis, right-hand side, in


front of

1-33

1-12/32/37
1-12/31

1-12/24

driven axle
348

16

Black

Cable harness below cab,


air-sprung front axle

Behind the bulkhead on the


co-drivers side

1-12/32

352

16

Black

Chassis wiring Voith retarder

Floor pan, co-driver s side

1-12/29

1-4

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

356

White

Wiring air-sprung front axle

Floor pan

1-34

358

Grey

Cable harness Cummins

Floor pan, co-driver s side

1-23

371

18

Yellow

Connection dashboard
wiring Cummins

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

373

18

Blue

Connection dashboard
wiring ECAS-2 (4x2)

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

376

21

Black

Assembly radio panel

Left of heater

1-15

377

21

Black

ABS

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

378

21

Yellow

Connection dashboard
wiring E-gas

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

380

21

Blue

Assembly heater-control
panel

Heater

1-15

383

12

Black

Electronic unit for


WEBASTO auxiliary
heating, Thermo 90

Central box, left-hand side

385

12

Blue

2 x 24V accessories

Central box

1-55

387

12

Yellow

Alarm installation

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

394

10

Black

Central door locking

Under central box

1-40

397

Black

Heater wiring

Central box, right-hand side

1-13

398

Yellow

Cruise-control switch, E-gas

Central box, left-hand side

1-13/20/23

407

Yellow

Clutch pedal sensor, E-gas

Under instrument panel

1-13/41

1-14/21

Under clutch pedal


408

Yellow

Direction-indicator switch

Steering column

1-15

411

Black

Intermittent-wipe switch,
E-gas

Steering column

1-15

412

Blue

Ignition lock

Behind steering column

1-15

424

Grey

Radio power supply

In dashboard

1-53

425

Brown

Loudspeakers

In dashboard

1-53

426

White

12V memory

In dashboard

1-53

427

White

Converter

In dashboard

1-49

433

21

Yellow

Connection dashboard
wiring for Groeneveld speed
limiter

Left side of central box

1-26

434

21

Yellow

Connection dashboard
wiring for VDO speed limiter

Left side of central box

1-27

9711

1-5

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

441

White

ASL-G diagnosis

Central box

1-26

443

Yellow

Connection dashboard
wiring for cruise control,
Cummins

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

445

18

Blue

Connection dashboard
wiring ECAS (6x2)

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

446

25

Black

Electronic unit for ECAS-2


(4x2)

Central box

1-32

453

18

Black

A connector ABS-D

Central box

1-36

454

Black

B connector ABS-D

Central box

1-36

455

Black

C connector ABS-D

Central box

1-36

456

15

Black

D connector ABS-D

Central box

1-36

461

21

Blue

Dashboard wiring, ZF
intarder

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

464

White

Wiring ZF-intarder switch

At radio-control panel

1-30

465

21

Blue

Dashboard wiring, Voith


retarder

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

468

18

Black

Electronic unit for Voith


retarder

Central box

1-28

469

Black

Electronic unit for Voith


retarder

Central box

1-28

470

12

Black

Electronic unit for Voith


retarder

Central box

1-28

471

White

Wiring dashboard switch,


Voith retarder

At radio-control panel

1-28

478

Black

Webasto auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

Central box, left-hand side

1-13

480

Black

Timer

Back panel

1-40

482

18

Black

EBERSPCHER D1LC /
D3LC auxiliary heating

Behind co-drivers seat

1-38

483

12

Black

EBERSPCHER
DILC/D3LC auxiliary heating

Central box, right-hand side

1-13

491

Black

PTO cable harness

On gearbox, right-hand side,


rear

1-54

493

12

Black

Cable-harness connector
sockets (FT)

Cable trough below cab,


right-hand side

1-48

495

12

Black

Cable-harness connnector
sockets (FA)

Chassis rear, at the right-hand


side in front of the rear cross
member

1-48

499

127

Black

Cable harness ABS / ASC

In chassis, right-hand side,


1000 mm in front of the driven
axle

1-BB

1-6

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
Other connectors

515

Black

525

530
537

Axle-load protection

In chassis cross member, in front


of the driven axle

1-53

Black

Substructure cable harness

Valve assembly, left-hand side,


below the cab

1-54

12

Grey

Webasto auxiliary heating,


Thermo 90

On auxiliary-heating unit

1-40

Green

Cable-harness supply,
Cummins

Floor pan, co-driver s side

1-25

9711

1-7

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
1.2 ILLUSTRATIONS OF CONNECTOR LOCATIONS
Explanation of connector illustrations
A: Connector coding
B: Colour of the connector
BN = Brown
BW = Blue
GL = Yellow
GS = Grey
OE = Orange
RD = Red
WT = White
ZT = Black
C: Overview of pin numbers on connector
Pin numbers on the connector as viewed from
the wire-input side.

174

ZT
3
2

4
7

5
6

C
E500122

1-8

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

200(C)

201(B)

202(A)
239

E500192

200(C)

WT

201(B)

ZT

E500226

202(A)

RD

9 10

9 10

10

11 12 13 14 15

11 12 13 14 15

11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20

16 17 18 19 20

16 17 18 19 20

239

BN

224(C)

223(A)
225(D) 271(B)

E500243

225(D)

BN

224(C)

RD

E500193

271(B)

GL

223(A)

WT

9711

1-9

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

396
395

E500194

395

ZT

396

E500195

ZT

21 18 15 12

15 12

20 17 14 11

14 11

19 16 13 10

13 10

1-10

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

E500174

19

35

18

35

18

400

19

19

35

18

401

E500181

19

35

18

402

403

233

E500182

400

GS
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

401

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

402
8

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

233

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

GS
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

ZT

403

ZT
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

BN

9711

1-11

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
LHD
321
348
114
115

145

RHD
114
115

336
145

328
352
114

RD
31

115

34

145

ZT

321

34

32 33
35
30
25 26 27 28
24
29
19 20 21 22 23
C
D
14 15 16 17 18
10
11
12 13
9
8
5 6 7
A
B
3 4
1
2

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

E500235

ZT
31

32 33
35
30
25 26 27 28
24
29
19 20 21 22 23
C
D
14 15 16 17 18
10
11
12 13
9
8
5 6 7
A
B
3 4
1
2

328

336
328
321
352
348

336
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34 35 36 37 38 39
40 41 42 43 44

31
34
32 33
35
30
25 26 27 28
24
29
19 20 21 22 23
C
D
15
17
16
14
18
9 10 11 12 13
8
5 6 7
A
B
3 4
1
2

2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

348

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

WT

352

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

1-12

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
373 371
445
377

387
478
383
483

461
465

187
378 398
443

175
397

E500174

175

BW

187

BW

E500275

371

GL

373

BW

9 12

9 12 15 18

9 12 15 18

8 11

8 11 14 17

8 11 14 17

7 10

7 10 13 16

7 10 13 16

377

ZT

378

GL

383

ZT

387

GL

21 18 15 12

21 18 15 12

9 12

9 12

20 17 14 11

20 17 14 11

8 11

8 11

19 16 13 10

19 16 13 10

7 10

7 10

397

ZT

398

GL

443

GL

445

BW

18 15 12 9

17 14 11 8

16 13 10 7

9
461
21 18 15 12
20 17 14 11
19 16 13 10

9711

BW
9
8
7

6
5
4

3
2
1

465
21 18 15 12
20 17 14 11
19 16 13 10

BW
9
8
7

6
5
4

3
2
1

478

ZT
3
2
1

6
5
4

483

ZT

12 9

11 8

10 7

1-13

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

176

407

185
194
189
290

E500174

176

BW

185

ZT

189

GL

21 18 15 12

21 18 15 12

9 12 15 18

20 17 14 11

20 17 14 11

8 11 14 17

19 16 13 10

19 16 13 10

7 10 13 16

194

BW

290

GL

E500276

407

GL

9 12

18 15 12 9

8 11

17 14 11 8

7 10

16 13 10 7

1-14

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

380
376

E500196

376

ZT

380

E500282

BW

21 18 15 12

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

19 16 13 10

9711

1-15

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

408

411

282
412

E500379

408

281
E500296

411

412
282

281

E500258

281

BW
3

ZT
3

9 12 15 18

9 12

408

GL

411

ZT

8 11 14 17

8 11

7 10 13 16

7 10

412

1-16

282

BW
9

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

252

E500196

252

E500281

WT
1

231

E500362

231

E500278

ZT
1

2
5

9711

3
4

1-17

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

232
E500174

232

27

1 2 3 4
28 29 30 31

E500262

ZT

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

55

32

216

E500174

216

E500297

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

1-18

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

333
E500174

333

1 2 3 4
28 29 30 31

E500228

WT

27

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

32

55

9
251

E500363

251

E500237

WT

3
2

9711

1-19

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

398

398
E500247

398

E500299

GL
3

344

E500254

344

ZT
7

5
2

1-20

E500249

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

407

E500196

407

E500298

GL
3

9
313

E500049

313

ZT
7

5
2

9711

1-21

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

334
E500229

334

ZT

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

343

E500254

343

ZT
7

5
2

1-22

E500250

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

358
E500057

358

GS

D
C
A

B
J

E
F
G

398

398
E500247

398

9711

E500264

GL
3

1-23

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

335
E500198

335

E500078

ZT
1

10

9
2 3 4 5 6 7 8

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25 26 27

19
20

28

LHD

RHD

336

336
E500054

336
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34 35 36 37 38 39
40 41 42 43 44

1-24

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

537

537
E500326

537

E500325

GN

9711

1-25

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

433

441

135
E500174

135

ZT

441

WT

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

E500199

433

GL

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

15 14 13 12 11 10 9

136
E500201

136

1-26

ZT

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

434

305
E500171

305

ZT

E500200

434

GL

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

314
E500230

314

ZT
7

5
2

9711

1-27

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
471

E500206

471

E500248

WT

468
469
470

E500368

E500174

468

ZT
18 15 12 9

469

ZT

ZT

12 9

11 8

10 7

17 14 11 8

16 13 10 7

1-28

470

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

LHD

RHD

352

352
E500044

352

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

9711

1-29

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors
471

E500208

464

E500248

WT

338

E500174

338

E500177

ZT
13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

1-30

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

LHD

RHD

328

328
E500082

328

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

9711

1-31

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

340
446
E500265

E500174

340

ZT

446

ZT

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

LHD

RHD

321
348

321
348
E500364

321

WT
31
34
32 33
35
30
25 26 27 28
24
29
19 20 21 22 23
C
D
14 15 16 17 18
9 10 11 12 13
8
5 6 7
A
B
3 4
1
2

1-32

348

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

307

307
E500365

307

E500253

ZT
3 2 1
6 5 4
9 8 7

9
347

E500211

347

ZT
10
6

11
7

4
1

9711

12
8

9
5

1-33

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

356

E500256

356

ZT

1
AMP

1-34

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

122

116

E500212

116

WT

3
2

ZT

4
7

122

E500274

5
6

9711

1-35

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

456
453

455
454
E500174

453

ZT
18 15 12 9
17 14 11 8
16 13 10 7

6
5
4

456

ZT

E500172

455

ZT

454

ZT

15 12 9

14 11 8

13 10 7

9
499

E500214

499

E500259

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

1-36

8
7
6

12
11
10

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

LHD

RHD

321
348

321
348
E500364

321

WT

31
34
32 33
30
35
25 26 27 28
24
29
19 20 21 22 23
C
D
14 15 16 17 18
10 11 12
9
8
13
5 6 7
A
B
3 4
1
2

9711

1-37

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

482
173

269

E500174

173

ZT
1

269

ZT

13

3 5 7 9 11

4 6 8 10 12

14

E500216

482

ZT
3

9 12 15 18

8 11 14 17

7 10 13 16

1-38

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

167
168
166

E500174

166

ZT

167

ZT
1

168

ZT
1

LHD

E500260

10

RHD

145

145
E500116

145

ZT
2 1
6 5 4 3
10 9 8 7
14 13 12 11
16 15

9711

1-39

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

173
480

E500267

173

ZT
1

E500268

480

ZT

7
3

530

E500316

530

GN
1

1-40

E500308

12 11 10 9

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

383

E500174

383

E500312

ZT
3

9 12

8 11

7 10

9711

1-41

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

253

E500174

253

E500251

ZT
1

6
5 4 3 2
11 10 9 8

12

9
254

E500233

254

ZT

3
1

2
4

1-42

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

118

118

E500219

118

E500261

ZT
1

6
5

3
4

175

E500234

175

9711

BW
3

1-43

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

394

E500174

394

E500271

ZT

8 10

1-44

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

198
199

196
197

E500220

198

WT

E500239

199

WT

AMP

196

ZT

197

AMP

BW
6

276
277

278
279

E500240

E500221

278

WT

279

WT

AMP

9711

276

ZT

277

BW

AMP

1-45

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

190

161

E500222

161

WT

3
2

190

ZT

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

1-46

9711

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

144
E500104

144

E500103

ZT

143
E500242

143

9711

ZT

1-47

LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

95XF series

Location of connectors

493

493
E500317

493

E500269

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

8
7
6

12
11
10

495

495

E500288

495

E500280

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

1-48

8
7
6

12
11
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134

E500174

134

E500241

RD

9
427

E500174

427

E500252

WT

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Location of connectors

181

E500314

181

E500272

BN

180

E500315

180

BN

1-50

E500279

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Location of connectors

284

284
E500294

284

E500270

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

8
7
6

12
11
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Location of connectors

291

291

E500290

291

E500273

ZT

21 18 15 12

20 17 14 11

19 16 13 10

9
290

E500291

290

E500287

GL
18 15 12 9

17 14 11 8

16 13 10 7

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515

515

E500292

515

E500283

ZT

426

424
425

E500196

424

GS
1

425

BN
1

E500285

426

WT

1
AMP

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Location of connectors

525

E500295

525

E500284

ZT
1

6
5

3
4

491

491

E500293

491

1-54

E500277

ZT
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385

E500174

385

E500255

BW
3

9 12

8 11

7 10

285

285
E500313

285

E500307

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

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6

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11
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Location of connectors

286

E500315

286

E500300

ZT
3

9 12 15 18

8 11 14 17

7 10 13 16

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Location of connectors

183

E500321

183

E500322

WT

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95XF series

288

288
E500327

288

E500301

ZT
9
2
1

5
4
3

8
7
6

12
11
10

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Location of connectors

191

E500315

191

E500318

BW
6

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Location of connectors

192

E500315

192

E500319

BW
6

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Location of connectors
182

E500315

182

E500320

WT

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Contents

CONTENTS
Page

Date

1.

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9711

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Circuit diagram 1316630/ 05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Overview of basic code numbers in circuit diagram 1316630/ 05 . . . . . . . .
2.3 Overview of wire and connector numbers of
circuit diagram 1316630/ 05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Subdiagrams of circuit diagram 1316630/ 05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2-1 . . . . . . 9711
2-5 . . . . . . 9711
2-17 . . . . . 9711
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Introduction

1. INTRODUCTION
This main group includes the entire electrical
installation showin in the form of circuit
diagrams and an overview of connectors/pin
allocations.
Circuit diagrams
The circuit diagram contains all information
pertaining to the entire electrical installation of
the vehicle, with the exception of the
connectors.
Overview of connectors/pin allocations
The overview of connectors/pin allocations
indicates the connection of the wire number on
the connector.
Note:
For the location of the connectors in the vehicle,
see main group Location of connectors.

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2. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
2.1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/ 05
This page provides room for your own notes on
the circuit diagram.

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2.2 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODE NUMBERS IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/ 05


Column 1:
Column 2:
Column 3:

Basic code number


Designation
Number on search bar of circuit
diagram 1316630/ 05

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

A000

Trailer socket (7-pin)

62/63/224/234/277/399

A001

Rear fog light back-up light socket (7-pin)

252/256/397/399

A004

ABS FA socket (7-pin)

404

A007

24V socket (2-pin)

395

A021

Diagnostic socket (16-pin)

191

A026

Box side-lights (4-pin)

224/235/396/400

A027

24V accessory socket (4-pin)

400

A031

Diagnostic socket 2-pin SAE CUMMINS

549/550

A038

Accessory socket (2-pin) 40A

394

A040

Alarm system socket

778

A042

24V dashboard socket (2-pin)

361

A043

Chair console socket drivers side (2-pin)

392

A500

Batteries (2)

A502

Generator of integrated voltage regulator

B000

Windscreen-wiper motor

89

B001

Windscreen-wiper pump motor

98

B002

Headlight cleaner pump motor

100

B003

Electric motor for automatic windows, drivers side

728

B004

Electric motor for automatic windows, co-drivers side

724

B005

Left-hand mirror adjustment motor

741/750

B006

Right-hand mirror adjustment motor

745/754

B007

Vehicle/engine speed regulator motor E-gas system

518

B009

Roof panel motor

772

B010

Starter motor

8/11

B011

Electric motor for speed limiter

496

B015

4-speed heater fan

76/378/581/582

B017

Mirror heating, drivers side

758

B018

Mirror heating, co-drivers side

759

B023

Radio

708

B024

Left-hand loudspeaker

708/714

B025

Right-hand loudspeaker

709/715

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

B026

Citizen Band

711

B028

Air horn

762

B030

Cigarette lighter, drivers side

362

B032

Seat heating, drivers side

388

B033

Seat heating, co-drivers side

390

B036

Resistor generator D+

B038

Glow filament

33

B039

Glow filament

33

B042

Air dryer element heating

386

B043

Air-conditioning compressor

370

B068

Auxiliary heating circulation pump

591

B071

Lifting-gear lifting valve

613

B072

Lifting-gear lowering valve

607

B073

Pump on lifting-gear motor

617

B079

Valve single-H-safety

86

B088

Intarder valve, proportional

468

B089

Intarder valve, air supply

466

B122

Fuel dosage pump for auxiliary heating Eberspcher

571

B129

Electric motor for left-hand headlight-height adjustment

678

B130

Electric motor for right-hand headlight-height adjustment

680

B166

Front axle ECAS valve

634/665

B168

Loudspeaker filter, drivers side

569

B170

Automatic lubrication pump with push-button switch

475

B174

Electric motor for speed limiter

488

B175

Roof panel motor Super Space Cab

766

B178

Left-hand loudspeaker

716

B179

Left-hand loudspeaker

718

B180

Right-hand loudspeaker

719

B181

Right-hand loudspeaker

720

B185

Radio

713

B186

Loudspeaker filter, drivers side

717

B187

Loudspeaker filter, co-drivers side

719

B192

Engine brake valve

85/551

B199

Central door locking, drivers side

688

B200

Central door-locking motor, co-drivers side F249 XH/XC

683/693

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

B204

Auxiliary-heating unit Thermo 90

585

B237

ABS/ASC rear-axle differential-gear blocking valve

419

B238

Valve ECAS-driven axle left/right air supply (FT)

632

B243

Axial controlled slip differential control valve

258

B244

Longitudinal controlled slip differential control valve

262

B245

PTO control valve

267

B246

PTO control valve

270

B247

Engine brake valve

440

B248

Engine brake valve

441

B250

Valve ECAS-driven axle left/right air supply (FA)

630

B252

Recirculation valve

381

B253

Valve ECAS-driven axle left/right air supply

662

B254

Valve of ECAS trailing/leading axle lifting/lowering

667

B256

Left-hand front ABS valve

411

B257

Right-hand front ABS valve

413

B258

ABS valve left-hand driven axle

415

B259

ABS valve right-hand driven axle

417

B293

Gearbox gate safety valve

40

B294

Switch-off valve cab suspension, front

281

B298

Voith retarder valve

452

B501

Compact tachograph

22

C000

Dipped light, left

239

C001

Dipped light, right

240

C002

Main beam, left

242

C003

Main beam, right

243

C006

High-beam headlight, left

244

C007

High-beam headlights, right

246

C008

Fog light, front left

247

C009

Fog light, front right

248

C010

Side-headlight, left

215

C011

Side-headlight, right

226

C012

Side-light, front left

217

C013

Side-light, front right

227

C014

Flasher light, front left

53

C015

Flasher light, front right

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

C016

Side flasher light, left

56

C017

Side flasher light, right

59

C018

Flasher light, rear left

55

C019

Flasher light, rear right

58

C020

Brake light, left

275

C021

Brake light, right

276

C024

Fog light, rear left

249

C025

Fog light, rear right

250

C026

Back-up light, left

253

C027

Back-up light, right

255

C046

Map-reading light, drivers side

322/347

C047

Map-reading light, co-drivers side

323/348

C052

Heater fan light, left

367

C053

Heater fan light, right

368

C062

Stepwell lighting, drivers side

309/329

C063

Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side

315/331

C064

Central upper storage compartment lighting

304/353

C065

Central lower storage compartment lighting

305

C066

Right-hand storage compartment lighting

307

C067

Left-hand storage compartment lighting

357

C068

Left-hand tool compartment lighting

358

C071

Work light

19

C072

Ashtray light, left

364

C073

Ashtray light, right

365

C074

Side-light, rear left

218

C075

Side-light, rear left

228

C110

Lower bed lamp with switch

349

C111

Upper bed lamp with switch

351

C115

Bed lamp with switch

302

C130

Red interior nightlight, drivers side

344

C139

Red interior nightlight, co-drivers side

341

C140

Light in storage compartment under lower bed (lamp 1)

355

C141

Light in storage compartment under lower bed (lamp 2)

356

C148

Interior lighting, drivers side 2 x 21W

317/333

C149

Interior lighting, co-drivers side 2 x 21W

312/337

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

C150

Left-hand storage compartment lighting

352

C151

Central interior lighting with switch

326

C152

Rear light, left (trucks)

219

C153

Rear light, right (trucks)

229

C154

Rear number plate light, left (trucks)

220

C155

Rear number plate light, right (trucks)

231

C156

First side-light left (trucks)

221

C157

First side-light right (trucks)

232

C158

Second side-light left (trucks)

222

C159

Second side-light right (trucks)

233

C539

Accessory start-contact switch

15

C588

Switch 4-speed heater fan

377/582

C622

Lighting switch

202

C695

Switch for mirror adjustment, drivers side

743/751

C696

Switch for mirror adjustment, co-drivers side

747/755

C697

Switch for seat heating, drivers side

388

C698

Switch for seat heating, co-drivers side

390

C725

Work light switch

19

C726

Glow plug switch

35

C727

Rear fog light switch

205

C731

Interior bed lighting switch, co-drivers side F249 XC

317/334

C732

Interior lighting switch, overhead console, co-drivers side


F249

XC317/334

C733

Interior bed lighting switch, drivers side F249 XC

312/338

C734

Interior lighting switch, overhead console, drivers side


F249 XC

312/338

C735

Interior night lighting switch F249 XC

319/344

C736

Roof panel switch F249 XL/XH/XC

766/771

C737

ABS/ASC-traction switch

430

C738

Speed regulator cut-out switch

561

C739

Lifting-gear switch

613

C740

ECAS switch, normal level

623/646

C741

Switch ECAS axle lifting

649

C742

Auxiliary drive-off switch

653

C743

Switch for automatic windows on co-drivers side (door


on drivers side)

730

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

C744

Switch for automatic windows on co-drivers side (door


on co-drivers side)

735

C745

Switch for automatic windows on drivers side (door on


drivers side)

738

C746

Mirror heating switch

759

C748

Axial controlled slip differential control switch

258

C749

Longitudinal controlled slip differential control switch

262

C750

PTO control switch

267

C751

PTO control switch

270

C754

DEB switch

559

C760

Air-conditioning switch

372

C761

CWS switch

155

C763

Potentiometer for instrument light dimming

119

C764

Potentiometer for headlight-height adjustment

676

C765

Hazard light switch (with LED search light)

43

C773

Rear fog light switch

209

C774

Central door locking switch

693

C775

Switch for direction indicators/main beam/dipped


headlights/horn

47/212/762

C776

Switch for windscreen wiper/intermittent


wipe/E-gas/resume cruise control

97/518/539

C778

Switch for auxiliary heating

574/598

C799

Switch for retarder

458/471

C802

Air-conditioning recirculation switch

383

C803

Central door locking switch

684

D503

Electronic unit for lifting gear

605

D525

Electronic unit for converter 12/24V

705

D529

Electronic unit for ECAS remote control

621/644

D550

Electronic unit for CTE-2

49

D587

Electronic unit for ZF intarder

472

D591

Electronic unit for E-gas 3

504

D597

Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-V

492

D609

Diode for light switch

203

D610

Diode for main beam/dipped lights

212

D611

Diode for lifting gear lowering valve damping

606

D612

Diode for lifting gear lifting valve damping

612

D613

Diode for lifting gear relay pump damping

610

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

D622

Diode for lifting gear lifting lock

613

D623

Diode for lifting gear lowering lock

607

D668

Diode for generator safety (D+)

D703

Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact


at drivers side

567

D704

Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact


at co-drivers side

566

D705

Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating with running


engine

565

D708

Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers


stepwell

316/332

D709

Diode for interior lighting prevent feedback to switch


co-drivers side

333

D710

Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to drivers


switch

312/338

D721

Diode for parking brake, prevent feedback

104

D722

Diode for brake lights, prevent feedback

278

D745

Diode for brake valve motor

443

D758

Diode prevent feedback to CWS

284

D759

Diode prevent feedback to brake lights

279

D802

Electronic unit for ECAS-2

655

D804

Electronic unit for DAF Cummins interface

561

D805

Electronic unit for CUMMINS CELECT

524

D806

Electronic unit for automatic lubrication

475

D809

Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-G

485

D813

Electronic unit for gate safety, gearbox

39

D827

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating, Thermo 90

586

D850

electronic unit for ABS/ASC D-version

407

D851

Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)

626

D852

Instrument panel DIP-3

105

D853

Electronic unit for CWS-2

155

D862

Electronic unit for central door locking

684

D870

Electronic unit for Voith retarder

448

D871

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating

573

E000

Fuse for side-light, rear left

215

E001

Fuse for side-light, rear right

226

E004

Fuse for dipped lights, drivers side

239

E005

Fuse for dipped lights indicator lamp, co-drivers side

240

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

E006

Fuse for main beam, drivers side

242

E007

Fuse for main beam indicator lamp, co-drivers side

243

E008

Fuse for high-beam lights

244

E009

Fuse for front fog lights

247

E010

Fuse for rear fog lights

249

E013

Fuse for brake lights

273

E016

Fuse for back-up lights

253

E019

Fuse for the control of glow plug/ CTE/ flasher lights/


engine brake

35

E023

Fuse for switch for cold start/ tachograph/ auxiliary


heating programming clock

22

E025

Fuse for headlight cleaner wiper motor

97

E026

Fuse for cigarette lighter

362

E027

Fuse for converter 24/12V

17

E028

Fuse for interior lighting

302/329

E029

Fuse for engine brake retarders

446

E030

Fuse for horn

762

E031

Fuse for heater fan ITC unit

370/578

E033

Fuse for electric window motor, co-drivers side

723

E034

Fuse for electric window motor, drivers side

727

E035

Fuse for instruments and indicator lamps

101

E037

Fuse for contact switch

15

E040

Fuse for ABS

420

E041

Fuse for ABS

407

E042

Fuse for ABS

408

E043

Fuse for ABS trailer

404

E044

Fuse for mirror heating

731

E048

Fuse for power supply trailer

397

E051

Fuse for ECAS-1

658

E052

Fuse for ECAS remote control working light

19

E053

Fuse for ECAS diagnostic connector (16-pin)

191

E062

Fuse for lifting gear and ECAS

613/627/642

E084

Fuse for lighting

201

E091

Fuse for air-dryer element/fuel contamination separator

386

E108

Fuse for CTE-2

51

E112

Fuse for glow indicator lamp

34

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

E114

Fuse for auxiliary heating (Eberspcher)

572/579

E117

Fuse for search light

237

E143

Fuse for E-gas tachograph

27

E157

Grease pump automatic lubrication

476

E160

Fuse for Cummins motor

524

E161

Fuse for Cummins motor

525

E167

Fuse for transfer relay, starting motor

E168

Fuse for accessories/microwave

394

E172

Fuse for ABS trailer 10A

405

E182

Fuse for central door locking

683/693

E501

Control switch for back-up light

253

E507

Approximation switch for axle load protection of


lifting-gear (10 ton)

604

E508

Thermal switch for air-conditioning compressor

372

E509

High / low pressure air-conditioning control switch

372

E511

Brake light control switch

273

E514

Control switch for interior step lighting, door switch on


drivers side

309/329

E515

Control switch for interior step lighting, door switch on


co-drivers side

315/331

E524

Control switch for lifting-gear limit switch oil pressure

611

E525

Control switch for central upper storage compartment


lighting

304/354

E526

Control switch for central lower storage compartment


lighting

306

E527

Control switch for right-hand storage compartment


lighting

308

E528

Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting

358

E529

Control switch for right-hand tool compartment lighting

359

E555

Control switch for lighting in storage compartment under


lower bed

355

E560

Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting

352

E561

Control switch of gearbox gate safety

40

E564

Engine brake control switch

46

E565

Control switch for auxiliary-heating fan, Thermo 90

594

E566

Control switch for thermostat for auxiliary heater


Eberspcher (DIIC)

572

E570

Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10

265

E571

Control switch for auxiliary heater, Thermo 90

592

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Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

E575

Approximation switch ECS coupling

503/557

E576

Control switch for auxiliary-heating fan

597

F000

Parking brake control switch

101

F006

Control switch for differential-gear blocking 1st diff.

144

F007

Control switch for differential-gear blocking 3rd diff.

148

F011

Control switch for engine oil pressure

164

F016

Control switch for engine air filter

166

F033

Control switch for splitter signalling

127

F038

Control switch for differential-gear blocking 2nd diff.

147

F047

Control switch for steering system (1st circuit)

160

F048

Control switch for steering system (2nd circuit)

162

F050

Control switch for differential-gear blocking pressure (1st


and 2nd diff.)

145

F076

Switch for oil level HGS

171

F087

Control switch for gearbox PTO

150

F088

Control switch for gearbox PTO

152

F501

Engine-speed sensor

107

F509

Cab temperature sensor of auxiliary heater

596

F512

Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front left

406

F513

Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front right

407

F514

Sensor for ABS blocking signal, left-hand drive axle

408

F515

Sensor for ABS blocking signal, right-hand drive axle

410

F531

Sensor for accelerator pedal E-gas

515

F533

Vehicle-speed sensor (4-pin 1st)

22

F535

Sensor for engine coolant temperature

115

F544

Sensor for coolant temperature of secondary retarder

456/469

F571

Sensor for accelerator pedal ECS

540/541

F585

Sensor for engine coolant level

167

F608

Sensor for fuel level

116

F612

Height sensor ECAS left-hand rear axle

626

F613

Height sensor ECAS right-hand rear axle

627/657

F614

Height sensor ECAS front axle

628/658

F615

Pressure sensor ECAS driven axle left/right

659

F616

Sensor cab locking

283

F620

Sensor for oil temperature in Voith retarder

454

G000

Relay for taillight/ side-light

202/215

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95XF series

Electrical installation

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

G001

Relay for dipped lights

212/239

G002

Relay for main beam

213/242

G003

Relay for high-beam lights

214/244

G004

Relay for front fog light

205/247

G005

Relay for rear fog light

209/249

G014

Glow-filament relay

33/82

G015

Contact relay

5/15

G028

Relay for automatic windows, co-drivers side

722/730

G029

Relay for automatic windows, co-drivers side

724/732

G030

Relay for automatic windows, drivers side

726/738

G031

Relay for automatic windows, drivers side

728/739

G036

Relay for brake light 1st

273/275

G052

Lifting-gear motor relay

609/617

G065

Relay, heater fan

579/583

G066

Lifting-gear takeover relay

609/611

G170

Auxiliary-heating fan relay

579/594

G178

Accessory relay

16/17

G203

Starting-motor takeover relay

9/14

G231

Radio lighting relay (12V)

706/708/712/713

G236

Windscreen wiper micro relay (speed 1 or 2)

90/921

G237

Windscreen wiper micro relay (automatic zero position)

91/93

G238

Headlight cleaner micro relay

88/100

G239

Engine brake takeover micro relay ABS/ASC-CTE

421/433

G240

E-gas PTO/engine speed micro relay

101/153

G243

Engine brake micro relay

438/440

G247

Auxiliary-heating fan relay

578/584

G257

Recirculation valve relay

381/383

G258

Recirculation valve relay

381/384

G259

PTO control relay

265/267

G267

Air-conditioning micro relay

370/372

G279

Heater fan transfer micro relay

373/375

G280

Relay, heater fan

378/380

G284

Micro relay for Voith retarder function

446/447

G297

Relay for cab air suspension, front height adjustment

281/284

G516

Central earth cab co-drivers side

288

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation
Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

G525

Central earth flywheel housing motor

547

G718

Connection parking brake/PTO

102

G721

Speed regulator switch connection

518/539

G723

Connection for central door locking

694

G725

Connection for auxiliary heating D3LC (PETREG)

571

G726

Connection panel switch DEB, XF engine

438

10

2-16

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

2.3 OVERVIEW OF WIRE AND CONNECTOR NUMBERS OF


CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/ 05
The pages consist of the following three
columns:
Column 1 wire number
Column 2 connector number
Column 3 connection number on connector
Column 1
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1010
1010
1020
1020
1020
1020
1020
1100
1100
1100
1101
1101
1101
1101
1101
1104
1104
1104
1104
1104
1104
1104
1104
1104
1105
1105
1105
1105
1105
1106
1106
1107
1107

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Column 2
537
444
537
114
299
400
399
388
114
299
388
299
396
114
402
387
383
412
402
402
201
231
403
408
396
293
163
291
190
408
547
189
290
402
547
402
196
394
276
427
403
547
403

Column 3
1
A1
3
B
B1
29
A1
3
A
A1
1
C1
6
1
13
7
8
1
15
19
10
2
14
7
15
1
4
1
1
8
1
1
1
29
2
35
1
10
1
2
12
3
15

Column 1
1107
1107
1107
1107
1107
1107
1107
1107
1108
1108
1108
1108
1108
1108
1108
1110
1110
1113
1113
1113
1113
1114
1114
1114
1114
1114
1117
1117
1117
1119
1119
1127
1127
1130
1130
1131
1147
1147
1147
1150
1150
1154
1154

Column 2
293
187
190
185
426
291
189
290
293
427
189
291
190
290
424
176
400
496
115
402
493
232
387
402
547
232
400
373
340
299
115
402
223
402
412
495
400
402
403
378
402
299
385

Column 3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
3
3
3
3
7
1
34
3
27
16
10
29
1
32
4
1
30
1
1
A2
A
31
1
20
6
10
32
1
10
1
18
B2
1

10

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1156
1175
1201
1201
1201
1201
1201
1201
1201
1201
1202
1202
1202
1202
1202
1202
1202
1202
1205
1205
1205
1205
1205
1205
1205
1207
1208
1208
1208
1209
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1211
1217
1217

2-18

Column 2
383
480
168
482
472
483
402
478
473
547
480
399
480
401
397
478
473
376
473
472
251
232
401
408
185
403
114
176
400
400
400
411
252
400
400
401
196
400
276
402
400
281
396
253
401
201
285
200
200
200
176
376

Column 3
1
2
5
1
3
1
34
1
1
5
6
A2
4
15
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
42
16
3
5
27
30
2
7
8
21
1
3
11
31
17
2
26
2
7
16
1
14
1
14
15
8
7
20
8
3
2

Column 1
1217
1217
1217
1217
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1221
1223
1223
1223
1223
1224
1224
1224
1225
1225
1225
1229
1229
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1230
1233
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234

Column 2
401
118
134
115
373
185
446
376
445
116
307
340
122
115
401
122
347
453
403
377
400
453
377
401
377
453
400
403
216
468
464
461
466
338
465
464
466
400
468
401
135
371
305
434
400
334
436
177
378
333
223
336

Column 3
13
1
1
1
2
6
1
3
2
1
1
9
6
2
9
3
1
7
19
2
35
9
3
11
4
8
17
18
1
7
4
1
A3
1
1
8
A1
18
13
35
8
1
1
2
23
19
1
1
2
28
3
2

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
1234
1234
1240
1240
1240
1240
1240
1258
1258
1288
1288
1288
1295
1295
2000
2000
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2008
2008
2008
2008
2009
2009
2009
2009
2100
2100
2100
2102
2102
2102
2102
2102

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Electrical installation
Column 2
358
443
286
400
288
187
185
299
385
401
321
377
253
401
547
232
408
232
232
408
547
232
185
281
284
232
495
115
387
495
115
288
187
387
286
232
493
232
495
115
495
493
115
232
401
231
176
290
281
496
495
161

Column 3
4
8
1
25
1
4
7
C2
3
12
1
1
12
18
7
37
1
24
53
2
8
35
8
2
1
4
1
3
2
2
4
2
5
3
2
31
3
2
3
5
4
4
6
30
21
1
4
4
3
1
5
1

Column 1
2102
2102
2102
2102
2102
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2103
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2111
2111
2113
2113
2113
2114
2114
2114
2120
2120
2120
2122
2122
2122
2122
2123
2123
2123
2123
2123
2123
2123
2131
2131
2132
2132
2132
2132
2132
2140

Column 2
115
493
400
189
284
189
495
115
290
288
286
496
493
161
400
231
401
288
176
284
286
281
408
401
288
286
403
403
281
284
402
408
402
202
402
281
284
291
286
288
189
402
290
190
403
402
402
288
281
284
286
401

Column 3
7
5
33
4
2
5
6
8
5
3
3
2
6
2
28
4
24
4
5
3
4
4
5
7
5
5
17
16
5
4
5
6
22
7
30
6
5
4
6
6
6
28
6
4
9
17
21
7
7
6
7
19

10

2-19

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
2140
2141
2141
2142
2142
2142
2142
2142
2150
2150
2152
2152
2152
2152
2152
2154
2154
2155
2155
2155
2155
2600
2600
2600
2600
2600
2600
2600
2609
2609
2609
2609
2609
2609
2609
2609
2609
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2611
2611
2611
2612
2612
2612
2617
2617
2617
2622

2-20

Column 2
176
401
402
401
281
288
284
286
176
401
493
200
115
495
400
408
401
493
202
115
176
232
281
144
383
396
387
394
293
291
290
383
387
394
143
189
286
232
189
293
290
291
547
290
189
290
189
547
547
290
189
397

Column 3
6
4
33
2
8
8
7
8
7
6
7
2
9
7
24
4
28
1
4
29
8
17
9
1
9
5
4
3
8
8
8
10
5
4
1
8
9
27
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
11
11
10
11
12
12
2

Column 1
2622
2622
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2630
2632
2632
2633
2633
2637
2644
2644
2644
2645
2645
2645
3000
3000
3003
3003
3003
3003
3003
3003
3004
3004
3004
3004
3004
3004
3005
3005
3012
3012
3014
3014
3017
3017
3022
3022
3036
3036
3037
3037

Column 2
202
223
290
400
291
176
190
202
376
400
547
189
396
293
291
293
291
293
547
290
189
547
189
290
114
201
336
371
177
114
201
335
232
224
434
333
202
378
201
114
201
396
395
114
395
114
114
395
396
114
482
216

Column 3
16
2
13
3
5
9
5
15
4
27
12
13
12
10
10
11
11
12
13
14
14
14
15
15
2
5
6
2
5
4
3
17
6
4
3
20
12
3
4
15
12
2
10
7
3
8
9
5
3
10
12
14

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
3037
3037
3047
3047
3047
3047
3048
3048
3048
3048
3052
3052
3052
3052
3053
3053
3053
3053
3054
3054
3054
3054
3055
3055
3055
3056
3056
3056
3056
3057
3057
3057
3057
3058
3058
3058
3058
3059
3059
3059
3059
3059
3060
3060
3060
3060
3061
3061
3062
3062
3063
3063

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Electrical installation
Column 2
383
483
335
336
177
334
334
335
336
177
336
334
335
177
177
336
334
335
177
336
335
334
358
336
334
177
335
334
336
334
335
177
336
336
334
335
177
336
177
177
334
335
336
335
177
334
334
343
358
358
358
358

Column 3
11
11
8
10
8
34
35
27
11
9
13
23
4
10
11
14
26
13
12
15
5
24
6
16
29
14
1
30
17
32
16
15
18
19
31
25
16
20
17
13
28
6
21
9
18
27
14
7
1
3
9
2

Column 1
3064
3064
3065
3065
3400
3400
3401
3401
3402
3402
3402
3403
3403
3406
3406
3408
3408
3410
3410
3410
3410
3410
3412
3412
3413
3413
3417
3417
3417
3420
3420
3420
3420
3420
3420
3425
3425
3425
3425
3426
3427
3427
3427
3428
3428
3428
3431
3431
3431
3431
3431
3432

Column 2
378
216
378
216
232
202
202
232
200
401
400
396
200
396
395
115
202
200
118
491
400
115
285
281
395
201
395
338
461
338
461
466
465
465
200
453
216
377
453
395
395
453
377
395
377
321
373
446
445
395
340
340

Column 3
5
8
4
10
7
2
8
34
9
32
12
9
15
10
1
10
9
3
3
1
14
12
11
10
2
8
12
2
5
15
6
A5
6
7
16
13
3
5
14
9
6
18
6
7
7
2
3
13
3
20
33
34

10

2-21

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
3432
3432
3432
3432
3435
3435
3435
3435
3435
3435
3438
3438
3438
3445
3452
3452
3452
3452
3460
3460
3460
3460
3460
3460
3461
3461
3461
3461
3461
3461
3468
3468
3468
3469
3469
3470
3470
3470
3471
3471
3471
3471
3474
3475
3475
3475
3484
3484
3485
3485
3486
3486

2-22

Column 2
373
446
200
445
378
371
395
334
434
333
202
115
118
232
434
333
400
378
333
378
377
434
455
305
378
305
434
455
377
333
254
253
286
253
395
253
253
216
453
395
377
395
175
401
232
401
377
378
377
378
377
378

Column 3
4
25
4
4
6
5
14
3
6
30
1
32
4
38
7
19
13
7
7
8
8
8
3
10
9
22
9
6
9
35
2
2
11
5
4
6
11
13
16
17
10
19
1
34
13
26
11
12
12
13
13
14

Column 1
3487
3487
3487
3490
3490
3492
3496
3496
3500
3500
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3502
3503
3503
3514
3514
3514
3514
3514
3514
3514
3514
3514
3515
3515
3515
3515
3516
3516
3516
3516
3518
3518
3542
3542
3542
3543
3543
3543
4001
4001
4002
4002
4002

Column 2
453
377
376
396
376
395
376
396
225
232
445
465
232
373
340
338
461
446
134
470
115
201
434
177
336
135
333
378
371
335
305
352
469
328
338
469
352
328
338
281
395
469
352
328
469
328
352
412
388
412
168
383

Column 3
6
14
5
1
7
11
8
11
3
18
5
8
19
5
22
5
8
12
3
2
16
2
10
23
25
9
11
10
6
7
21
4
5
4
12
4
6
6
4
11
8
9
1
1
8
2
2
4
2
2
4
2

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95XF series
Column 1
4002
4008
4009
4009
4011
4011
4013
4013
4019
4019
4030
4030
4030
4047
4047
4049
4049
4049
4049
4051
4051
4051
4080
4080
4080
4081
4081
4081
4081
4082
4082
4082
4082
4083
4083
4083
4083
4083
4083
4083
4083
4092
4092
4092
4092
4093
4093
4093
4094
4500
4500
4501

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Electrical installation
Column 2
232
444
114
114
232
176
114
232
202
114
232
118
115
232
216
334
376
371
232
232
251
185
371
334
114
336
177
334
358
334
336
177
58
371
335
343
443
335
177
376
336
334
403
376
371
114
403
401
114
232
411
411

Column 3
45
A2
33
27
16
10
11
3
3
19
51
5
33
5
9
6
10
7
55
14
3
11
13
20
20
28
30
21
8
22
29
31
7
15
2
1
1
10
32
9
30
7
33
11
8
18
32
33
12
21
2
3

Column 1
4501
4502
4502
4503
4503
4503
4504
4504
4505
4505
4506
4506
4507
4507
4508
4508
4509
4509
4509
4510
4510
4511
4511
4517
4517
4517
4517
4518
4518
4518
4520
4520
4521
4521
4522
4523
4524
4525
4526
4527
4528
4529
4532
4532
4535
4535
4535
4537
4537
4538
4538
4540

Column 2
232
411
232
282
232
411
400
232
400
232
400
400
252
400
252
400
232
252
400
400
232
400
281
525
176
285
282
285
282
376
196
276
276
196
276
276
276
276
196
196
196
196
276
196
408
284
281
394
197
197
394
185

Column 3
46
4
49
10
20
5
5
52
9
23
20
22
5
6
6
4
40
2
10
1
50
19
12
1
11
6
1
7
2
12
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
8
13
7
4
5
1
12

10

2-23

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
4541
4542
4543
4550
4550
4550
4551
4551
4551
4551
4552
4553
4553
4555
4555
4555
4558
4578
4578
4578
4588
4588
4589
4589
4589
4591
4591
4591
4592
4592
4593
4593
4594
4594
4595
4595
4595
4595
4596
4596
4596
4596
4596
4596
4599
4599
4601
4601
4601
4601
4601
4602

2-24

Column 2
187
185
187
116
376
115
116
376
115
122
116
122
116
115
122
373
116
321
456
499
163
232
281
284
163
493
495
118
176
202
176
202
176
389
282
176
525
285
525
282
185
389
285
389
281
163
115
495
493
402
163
402

Column 3
7
13
8
2
13
17
3
14
18
1
4
2
5
19
5
18
6
12
7
11
2
26
15
9
3
8
8
6
12
13
13
17
14
A3
3
15
6
9
5
4
14
A1
10
A5
16
5
22
9
9
8
1
6

Column 1
4605
4605
4614
4614
4614
4619
4619
4619
4619
4619
4619
4619
4619
4620
4620
4620
4620
4621
4621
4621
4621
4622
4622
4623
4623
4628
4628
4628
4629
4629
4629
4630
4630
4630
4631
4631
4631
4632
4632
4632
4632
4633
4633
4633
4633
4634
4634
4635
4635
4640
4640
4640

Column 2
378
402
377
403
453
470
403
465
232
334
338
461
371
377
285
282
454
282
285
377
454
455
321
321
455
321
456
499
321
456
499
499
321
456
321
456
499
454
377
282
285
282
285
377
454
321
455
455
321
321
499
456

Column 3
11
9
15
21
17
3
3
13
41
11
21
13
9
16
1
5
4
6
2
17
5
4
3
4
5
5
5
1
6
6
2
3
7
8
8
9
4
1
18
7
3
8
4
19
2
9
7
8
10
13
5
1

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
4641
4641
4641
4642
4642
4642
4643
4643
4643
4655
4655
4656
4656
4657
4657
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4660
4663
4663
4663
4664
4664
4664
4665
4665
4665
4666
4666
4666
4667
4667
4667
4668
4668
4668
4670
4670
4670
4670
4670
4670
4671
4671
4671
4671
4671
4671
4672

9711

Electrical installation
Column 2
456
499
321
456
321
499
456
321
499
376
397
397
175
397
175
383
397
480
480
547
478
167
145
530
145
530
167
145
167
530
478
168
173
530
167
145
145
530
167
135
136
305
314
333
313
313
333
314
135
305
136
305

Column 3
2
6
14
10
15
8
11
16
9
16
3
4
2
5
3
4
7
7
8
15
3
1
1
7
2
11
2
3
10
4
4
6
3
5
9
5
11
12
3
5
1
15
2
4
2
1
3
1
6
2
2
11

Column 1
4672
4672
4672
4673
4673
4673
4673
4674
4674
4674
4674
4675
4675
4676
4676
4677
4677
4677
4677
4677
4677
4678
4678
4678
4678
4678
4678
4679
4679
4679
4679
4679
4679
4680
4680
4681
4681
4682
4682
4682
4682
4684
4684
4684
4684
4684
4684
4686
4686
4686
4686
4686

Column 2
314
313
333
333
305
314
313
333
313
305
314
333
313
313
333
177
344
333
335
336
343
333
177
335
336
344
343
344
177
343
335
336
333
333
344
333
344
434
333
232
378
407
333
334
436
443
398
334
407
232
443
436

Column 3
7
7
24
52
24
6
6
23
5
12
5
51
3
4
22
28
2
27
18
32
2
26
29
19
33
5
5
3
35
3
11
39
55
25
1
54
7
16
31
43
16
2
38
10
7
7
7
12
1
25
9
8

10

2-25

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
4686
4686
4690
4690
4690
4691
4691
4691
4691
4691
4691
4691
4691
4691
4692
4692
4692
4692
4692
4692
4692
4692
4693
4693
4693
4693
4693
4693
4693
4696
4696
4696
4696
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4697
4706
4706
4710
4710
4710
4711
4711
4711

2-26

Column 2
436
398
352
469
328
398
443
443
436
411
335
333
177
336
411
333
336
398
443
436
335
177
334
411
371
333
436
398
376
307
434
378
333
334
307
185
334
305
378
434
371
333
216
441
189
547
468
471
471
338
464
471

Column 3
9
8
12
3
12
2
3
4
2
8
22
36
33
36
9
9
37
3
2
3
12
34
13
7
14
37
4
4
17
6
18
18
50
17
7
15
16
23
19
19
11
44
5
7
16
16
10
8
4
10
7
7

Column 1
4711
4711
4712
4712
4712
4712
4713
4713
4713
4713
4714
4714
4714
4714
4727
4727
4727
4727
4731
4731
4731
4731
4731
4731
4732
4732
4732
4732
4732
4732
4732
4734
4734
4734
4734
4734
4734
4735
4735
4735
4736
4736
4736
4736
4739
4739
4739
4739
4740
4740
4740
4740

Column 2
468
461
471
468
338
464
464
338
471
468
338
471
468
464
356
340
348
446
445
185
307
446
373
340
373
340
340
216
446
445
446
340
445
446
307
373
185
376
340
373
446
321
340
347
446
321
347
340
356
446
340
321

Column 3
6
7
6
5
22
6
5
9
5
4
8
3
9
3
1
26
1
6
8
17
4
11
8
21
9
2
4
7
3
9
4
20
10
2
3
10
18
15
17
11
7
20
8
3
19
21
4
25
2
21
15
22

9711

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
4740
4740
4741
4741
4741
4741
4742
4742
4742
4742
4751
4751
4751
4751
4753
4753
4753
4753
4754
4754
4754
4755
4755
4755
4756
4756
4756
4756
4756
4757
4757
4757
4760
4760
4760
4761
4761
4761
4764
4764
4764
4771
4771
4773
4773
4775
4775
4788
4788
4788
4827
4827

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Electrical installation
Column 2
348
347
340
347
321
446
446
340
321
347
340
446
356
348
347
321
340
340
321
340
347
321
347
340
376
445
340
373
446
376
340
373
189
290
547
290
189
547
253
286
254
197
277
197
277
197
277
441
378
216
425
194

Column 3
2
5
13
6
23
8
20
31
24
7
11
10
3
3
8
32
5
6
33
12
9
34
10
30
18
12
23
12
23
19
24
13
17
17
17
18
18
18
4
12
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
8
20
4
5
1

Column 1
4827
4828
4828
4828
4829
4829
4829
4830
4830
4830
4831
4831
4831
4831
4831
4832
4832
4832
4832
4832
4833
4833
4833
4833
4833
4834
4834
4834
4834
4834
4883
4883
4883
4886
4887
4887
4887
4887
4888
4888
4922
4922
4922
4935
4935
4936
4936
4936
4936
4939
4939
4941

Column 2
291
425
291
194
425
194
291
194
425
291
190
194
291
425
293
293
194
190
425
291
425
293
291
190
194
194
425
190
293
291
461
338
216
398
469
352
328
338
338
328
167
530
145
383
115
383
482
115
483
482
269
269

Column 3
13
6
14
2
3
3
15
4
4
16
17
5
17
7
17
18
6
18
8
18
1
19
19
19
7
8
2
20
20
20
21
18
11
9
2
14
14
14
3
15
4
3
10
5
30
6
9
31
6
11
12
14

10

2-27

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

10

Column 1
4941
4953
4953
4953
4953
4953
4960
4980
4980
4980
4980
4980
4980
4981
4981
4981
4981
4981
4982
4982
4982
4988
4988
4988
5052
5052
5055
5055
5056
5056
5056
5056
5057
5057
5058
5058
5058
5059
5059
5059
5060
5060
5060
5061
5061
5061
5062
5062
5063
5063
5063
5065

2-28

Column 2
482
288
286
176
281
284
338
478
168
167
383
397
173
145
530
530
530
167
472
173
478
118
115
134
398
411
397
114
282
454
285
377
321
455
499
456
321
456
321
499
321
499
456
547
277
394
394
277
547
394
387
547

Column 3
13
9
14
16
14
11
23
5
1
6
7
6
2
6
6
2
1
7
2
7
6
7
35
4
1
6
8
14
12
3
5
21
11
9
7
3
17
12
18
10
19
12
4
20
4
8
2
5
6
5
9
19

Column 1
5109
5109
5109
5110
5110
5110
5111
5111
5116
5116
5117
5117
9001
9003
9003
9005
9005
9007
9007
9009
9009
9009
9009
9009
9009
9009
9009
9009
9010
9010
9010
9011
9011
9011
9011
9025
9025
9025
9107
9108
9108
9300
9300
9300
9300
9300
M
M
M
M
M
M

Column 2
352
328
469
469
328
352
470
466
483
269
482
269
223
482
269
115
201
114
201
376
347
356
446
348
340
340
340
321
253
254
286
177
537
336
334
201
202
177
216
185
307
530
145
167
530
167
200
530
493
495
145
495

Column 3
7
7
1
6
8
8
8
A2
4
7
7
2
5
10
10
28
11
3
16
20
11
4
18
4
19
27
16
29
9
4
17
24
2
41
2
17
20
6
2
20
2
10
12
8
9
5
11
8
12
11
13
12

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M

9711

Electrical installation
Column 2
394
348
453
328
333
453
284
453
290
321
288
334
389
114
114
478
468
321
396
135
397
403
286
269
338
482
483
253
187
202
115
115
401
347
387
200
424
223
483
200
493
173
190
168
291

Column 3
9
5
10
16
1
11
12
12
16
28
12
1
A2
C
D
9
15
27
13
7
9
35
18
11
25
4
12
3
12
5
C
D
31
12
12
5
8
6
5
6
11
5
7
3
7

Column 1
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M

Column 2
480
525
118
401
116
163
232
252
122
401
277
547
293
285
232
376
176
197
402
402
385
175
473
472
185
385
427
427
446
134
388
426
383
281
194
305
491
143
144
496
403
338
161
269

Column 3
5
8
8
5
7
6
28
1
4
3
6
21
7
12
39
21
21
6
4
3
12
6
4
4
21
10
3
1
14
2
4
4
12
18
12
14
3
3
3
4
1
13
3
3

10

2-29

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

5
95XF series

2.4 SUBDIAGRAMS OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/ 05


A
B
1

10

Voltage in front of and behind the contact


Earth-connection overview
Charging circuit / Starting motor / Contact
switch / Starter switch
2
Tachograph
3
Glow plugs / Glowing / Afterglowing
4
Direction indicators and warning lights
5
CTE-2
6
Dip-3
7
CWS-2
8
Light switch / Rear/side marker and parking
lights FA
9
Light switch / Rear/side marker and parking
lights FT
10 Dipped beam / Main beam and high-beam
headlights
11 Front and rear fog lights
12 Back-up light
13 Gearbox and gate safety
14 Brake lights / Cab air suspension
15 Differential lock
16 Interior lighting
17 Interior lighting, Super Space Cab
18 Mirror heating and mirror adjustment
19 Control lighting
20 Heater fan / Air-conditioning system
21 Seat heating / Microwave
22 Signal horn / Cigarette lighter / Work light /
Air dryer
23 ABS / ASC
24 DEB
25 Voith retarder
26 ZF intarder
27 AGS
28 E-gas 3
29 ECS-DC
30 DCI
31 ASL-V
32 ASL-G
33 Headlight-height adjustment
34A ECAS-2 (4x2)
34B ECAS-2 (6x2)
35 Converter / Radio
36 Automatic windows / Central door locking /
Roof hatch
37 Mechanical lifting gear
38 Gearbox PTO
39 Wipe-wash system
40 Eberspcher D1LC / D3LC Compact
auxiliary heating
41 Webasto auxiliary heating, Thermo 90
42 Connector sockets FT, diagnostic
connector, alarm connector
43 Connector sockets FA, diagnostic
connector, alarm connector

2-30

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
A

Electrical installation

VOLTAGE IN FRONT OF AND BEHIND CONTACT

VOLTAGE IN FRONT OF CONTACT


A constant voltage is applied to both the
Pertinax block and connector 233 pin 2 through
wire 1000 and connector 114 (pins A and B).
This wire is NOT fuse-protected. It can only be
made dead by disconnecting the battery leads
or by disconnecting connector 114.
VOLTAGE BEHIND CONTACT
A voltage is applied to the Pertinax connection
block through the starting motor (point 30) and
the alternator (B+). This connection point can be
connected to wire 1010 through contact relay
G0105.
This wire is NOT fuse-protected.
OPERATION
If the contact/starter switch (C539) is switched
to the accessories position (connection
between points 1 and 6), voltage is applied
through wire 1130 to relay G178.
If the contact/starter switch (C539) is switched
to the contact position (connection between
points 1 and 4), the relay is activated through
wire 4001.
This relay then connects wire 1000 (voltage in
front of contact) to wire 1010 (voltage behind
contact).
If the contact/starter switch (C539) is turned
further against the spring pressure (connection
between points 1 and 2), relay G015 remains
activated and the starting-motor relay (B010) is
also activated. The starting motor will now start
operating.
If the starter key is released, the contact switch
will automatically return and remain in the
contact position. The starting motor (B010) is
no longer activated.
VARIANTS

10

Location
6 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF
engine.

9711

2-31

A500

1000

D550
45
6

D827
A4
41

27

50

4002

114

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

2/233

1000

30

1000

4002

4002
4002

B010

383

4009

4009

4002

1000

10

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114
31

11

G178
30
1

12

13

1000

E168
A1
21

B+

1000

1010

4002

1100

15A
14

15/402
15

E037
16

17

1020

D+

1100

1/233

1010

114

1000

1000

1000

2/412
18

30

87

1/412
4/412

1010

19

86

85

20

21

1130

C539

22

G178
85
1

1024

1020

23

24

1020
A040
7
42

383

25

26

D853
B6
7

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

G525

1100

A502

6/412

4001

B036
G015

D668
13/402
1020
1020
1020

2-32

1316630/05
G525

A
1020

10
114

1000

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000092

9711

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
B

Electrical installation

EARTH-CONNECTION OVERVIEW

This subdiagram provides an overview of all


earth connections with the wire numbers and
connector points.
G 525

1
1

=
=

Central earth flywheel housing motor


Earth connection to chassis

Accessory connection in central cabinet, right.

Overhead-cover wiring connection Depending on cab type

Cruise control connection, VF engine

Heater-wiring connection

Auxiliary-heating connection
Connector 383: Webasto Thermo 90
Connector 483: Eberspcher D1LC / D3LC compact
Cooling-drawer connection

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G516

G525

C761
B

C761
1

M20

M19

M18

114

C740
B

C742
B

C749
B

C739
B

M13

M12

M11

M15

M16

C741
B

114

E575
6

C748
B

C750
B

C751
B

M1

C760
1

C802
1

21

! 1

115

M2

M3

M1

M1

M2

M57

M2

M3

M5

M4

M3

M12

M11

M10

M9

M8

176

115

C726
B

10

11

12

12

13

M1

D852
C6

D852
A5

M2

C016
2

! 2

M64

A043
2

D852
C11

10

C763
B

C773
B

C764
B

C764
3

385

C754
B

M4

M37
M36

M5
M38

21

M1
14

15

376

M3

F076
2

B185
8

B185
4

M52

M56

D852
C5

16

M62

M74

B032
2

17

18

M42

B199
4

B017
2

D852
D2

185
21

M63

M75

M72

M2
M1

M6

385

M3

M53
M54

175

19

12

! 3

C696
4

C695
2

D853
B13

12

21

22

D550
28

380

21

281

! 5

M90

C062
2

23

24

26

D550
39

25

M82

M1

M1

M5

F047
2

B129
1

C002
2

A038
2

M12

12

27

28

29

284

M11

B030
31

F048
2

M14

D852
A20

30

32

33

D852
B17

34

9025

35

36

B501
A6

37

9025

M5
C737
B

! 4

38

C778
B

C752
1

C752
B

C731
B

40

9025

39

371

C735
B

C072
2

B246
2

A042
2

M5
C737
1

B245
2

M3

M4

C738
B

M3

B244
2

M1

M3

9025

31

C765
B

M1

M10

285

12

M6

F616
4

B243
2

B295
2

B028
2

C014
2

M5

C000
2

M23

C006
2

18

B002
2

B001
2

M81

M43

M66

M41

B000
1

20

197

M4

194

M1
M71
M60
M50
M40
M40
M80
M35

M51

144

M5
M70
M68

M2
M1
M7
M6

M1

C068
2

397

M3
M10

M7

M8

M13

M11

M2

M4
M1

M2
M2

M4

525

M26

M3
M25

M22
M21
M20

M16
M15
M14
M13
M12
41

G029
86

C774
5

43

44

D805
B26

D878
M

G004
86

46

47

G028
86

G028
87A

M90

G003
86

G178
86

45

D525
3
C733
B

D745
1

D525
1

C736
7

C736
B

C774
3

G029
87A

C774
B

9025

42

336

M11

M102
M101
M140
M141

M104
M103
48

M100

M100

M106
M105
M145
D813
2

D862
9

M142

G031
86

G031
87A

49

50

M110

G239
5

G243
2

M146
M97

M5

180

M93
M92
M91

M2

M5

51

52

G015
86

G259
A2

D806
3

G030
86

G030
87A

53

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M95
M94

M96

M108
M107

2-34
M131

10
M130

C725
B

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54

383

55

56

M110

M115

12

57

M120

! 6

277

A021
2

58

A040
12

C017
2

C067
2

M3

! 7

M2

59

12

D529
2

20

M116

M1

M4

9107

60

M1

M5

9108

9108

9108

M117

307

61

185

187

62

B501
A5

B033
2

63

64

20

65

C741
7

C742
1

C740
1

66

67

C007
2

C063
2

68

69

70

71

12

C001
2

B042
4

M3

M6

M3

9001

9009
9009
9009

M4

B018
2

143

18

72

73

74

75

76

C015
2

B130
1

C003
2

M5

288

M6

B200
4

376

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M2
M1
M5

M1
M13

M7

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B
M1

77

78

79

80

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

95XF series

M20

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Electrical installation

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation
1.

95XF series

CHARGING CIRCUIT / STARTING MOTOR / CONTACT/STARTER SWITCH

CONTACT CIRCUIT
If contact/starter switch C539 is turned (contact
1 is connected to pin 6), the accessories relay
(G178) will be activated.
Voltage is now applied through fuse E037,
switch C539 and wire 1130 to contact 85 of
relay G178. Because relay G178 is activated, a
connection is made between contacts 30 and 87
and a voltage is applied through fuse E027 and
wire 1106 to pin 1 of the electronic converter 24
V/12V. At the same time a voltage is applied
through fuse E052 and wire 1110 to the
electronic unit of the seat adjustment on
co-drivers side (B202, pin 2) (if fitted), to the
electronic unit of the seat adjustment on drivers
side (B197, pin 2) (if fitted), and to pin Pn on the
work light switch (C625).
If the vehicle contact is turned off, no voltage is
applied to connection point 42. As a result, pin
55 of the CTE-2-unit will be connected to the
supply voltage for 3 minutes, causing the engine
stop/engine brake valve (B082) to become
activated.
If the vehicle is switched to contact again, the
engine stop/engine brake valve (B082) is
deactivated again.
For more information on activating the engine
brake: see system manual

10

START CIRCUIT
If contact switch C539 is turned (contact 1 is
connected to contacts 4 and 6), contact relay
G015 is activated through wire 4001. If the
contact switch is turned into the starting
position, a connection between points 1 and 2 is
made in this switch. The supply now runs from
the batteries through fuse E037, connection 1-2
of the contact/starter switch and wire 4002 to
connection point 50 of starting motor B010. The
relay coil is located between points 50 and 31
(earth) and will supply the starting motor with
voltage through connection points 30 and 31, as
a result of which the motor will start operating.
Voltage is also applied to pin 45 of the CTE-2
through fuse E037, wire 1100, switch C539
(connections 1 and 2), wire 4002, fuse E073
and wire 4003. Depending on the condition
(engine speed exceeding approx. 400 rpm and
supply voltage (battery voltage) on the CTE unit
exceeding 17 V), glowing is activated during
starting, on the understanding that preglowing
has taken place first.
For more information on glowing: see system
manual.

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

CHARGING CIRCUIT
If the contact is activated, voltage is applied to
resistor generator D+ (B036).
The other side of the resistor is connected to
earth through the diode for generator safety
(D+) (D668), wire 1020, D+ connection of the
alternator and the integrated voltage regulator
(A502) in the generator. This will cause a small
current to run, causing a magnetic field in the
alternator.
After starting, the voltage on clamps B+ and D+
will increase to approx. 28.4 V. This is caused
by the fact that the regulator disconnects the
earth connection in the regulator and connects it
to the battery voltage. This voltage is also
applied to wire 1020, so that the difference of
potential over the resistor becomes 0 V. The
magnetic field now disappears, so that the
generator is not activated for a short time. This
will reduce the voltage on outputs B+ and D+.
The regulator is activated if the voltage drops
below 27.6 V. This way, the generator voltage
supply remains relatively constant. The batteries
are fed by generator output B+.
VARIANTS
Location
14 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF
engine.

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1

A500

2
3

1000

4
5

50

4002

27

B010

4009

4009

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

114
1000

1000

1000

30

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

2/233

1/233

1000

10

31

11

1000

E168
A1
21

1000

1010

114

4009

1010

1000

1000

1000

12

1100

13

B+

14

1100

15
16

1020

D+

4002

4002

17

30

87

1010

15/402

15A

E037
19/402
1100

1000

1000

G525

G525

A502

10

1100
2/412

86

18

4/412

1/412

6/412

19

C539

85

4001

G015

20
21

20/402

22

1130

1130

23
24

4002

86 87A

26

D827
A4
41

87

25

1/402

G178

28

4002

10/403

29

1147

30

D525
2
35

10A

12/403

D878

1147

27

32/400

30

1147

383

85

3/402

4002

1147
1147
1106

31

E027

32

C725
5
22

1110

1110

10A

34/400

33

176

E052

34
35
36
37

1020

1020

38
39

C754
5
30

10

A040
7
42

13/402

4049

383

1020

114

4049

1020

D853
B6
7

1024

B036

1020

D668
1020

4049

41

4002

40

376

42

43
44

16/
232

55/
232

12

42/
232

4049

45/
232

4049

114

1202
10A

1202

1202

1202

45

D804
6
30

4011

D813
1
13

4049

D550

16/402

E019

46
47
48

1202

176

10

0 1

1202

371

G243
3
24

114

B192
G525

4049

4011

176

50

1202

185

52
53

1000
1010

C775
3
4

51

E564
2
14

1202

49

C726
1202

95XF series

Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
2.

Electrical installation

TACHOGRAPH

The tachograph (B501) has two supplies; one in


front of and one behind the contact relay
(G015).
The non-activated supply voltage is applied to
tachograph point 1/223 through fuse E023 and
wire 1127.
This supply voltage is meant for the clock,
among other things.
The activated supply voltage is applied to
tachograph point 3/223 through fuse E143 and
wire 1234.
De tachograph is connected to the vehicle
speed sensor (F533) through points B1 (1/271),
B2 (2/271), B3 (3/271) and B4 (4/271).
Pin B1 (1/271) represents the supply voltage for
speed sensor (4-pin 1st) (F533).
Pin B1 (2/271) is the earth connection for speed
sensor (4-pin 1st) (F533).
Pins B3 (3/271) and B4 (4/271) of the
tachograph receive two speed signals in
opposite phase.
Pin 3/225 of the tachograph supplies a pulsating
speed signal to the CTE 2-unit, connection point
18/232. For more information see system
manual.
Pin B7 (7/271) of the tachograph supplies the
same pulsating speed signal to one of the speed
limiting systems: ASL-V (D597), ASL-G (D809),
the E-gas 3-system (D591) or the
ECS-DS-system (D805). This wire may not be
interrupted or branched. All wiring connections
this wire runs through must be provided with a
seal.
There is also a speed signal (wire 3004) which
is connected to tachograph connection point
4/224 through the instrument panel (D852). This
is to connect a tachograph with speed
registration.

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2

D804
C26
29

1234

28/
333

1234

1234

371
1234

1234

23/400

15A

E143

3514

11/
333

7/
271

3514

1234

20/
333

4/
224

3004

3/
223

10

D805
B07
29

378

1000
1010

1234

371
3514

378
3004

378

D591
3004

10
11
12
13

18/
232

6/
232

3/
225

3004
1/
223

3500

1127

31/402

10A

14

E023

15

16

B501

S1 S2

3018
3019

17

4/ 3/ 2/ 1/
271 271 271 271

D550

3020
3021

10

18

F533

19
20

9025

5/ 6/
223 223

9001

21

B805
B26
30

9025

9025

23

C052
1
20

2622

397

2/
223

22

371
2622

24

2622

25

C773
2
11

2100

2100

22/401
2100

2100

26

176

27

28

D878

86 87A

85

5/401

2100
29

C773
5
11

30

31

B129
3
33

176

B130
3
33

2110

87

2110

2110

2110

G000

286

2110

2110

32

281

30

2110

24/401

D609

33

1101

2
4

34

2101

2110

35

C622

36
37
38

12/202

1101
1101

40

1101

39

10/201

D853
B15
7

3004

41

16/202

C775
7
10

2622

1101

10A

14/403

42

E084

43

D852

44
45
46
47
48
49

9025
9025

2630

17/201

10A

27/400

E117

2630

50

15/202
20/202

2630

51

9025

G525

52

1000
1010

53

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Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
3.

Electrical installation

GLOW PLUGS / GLOWING / AFTERGLOWING

GLOWING
Glowing is only required if the outside
temperature is below 5C.
Automatic (16/232)
The automatic preglowing time is factory set to
45 seconds.
To protect the glow filaments against
overheating, the circuit of this engine type
contains a thermal protection switch (E550). The
thermal protection switch opens at 110 -125C.
Afterglowing
The after-glowing function is applied in Euro-2
engines. The glowing time is factory set to 120
seconds. Afterglowing is started approx.
3 seconds after loss of voltage at connection
point 45 (starting signal).
Afterglowing only takes place if:
Preglowing has taken place.
The engine speed exceeds approx.
400 rpm.
The supply voltage (battery voltage) to the
CTE unit exceeds 17 V.
During afterglowing the CTE unit checks both
the engine speed and the supply voltage. If the
engine speed falls below approx. 400 rpm of if
the supply voltage (battery voltage) falls below
approx. 17 V, the afterglowing is interrupted.
Glowing while starting
During a starting action voltage is applied to
pin 45 of the CTE-2 through wire 4002.
Depending on the condition (engine speed
exceeding (6/232) approx. 400 rpm and supply
voltage (battery voltage) (42/232) on the CTE
unit exceeding 17 V), glowing is applied during
starting on the understanding that preglowing
has taken place first.

10

VARIANTS
Location
21 Component E550 is not present in VF
engines.
41 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF
engine.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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B010
30
1

A500

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

2/233

B+

1000

1000

1000

1000

G525

1/233

D+

A040
7
42

1000

1010

10

11

1020

30

87

12

E168
A1
21

1000

E043
A1
23

383

D668
13

G015

13/402
1020
14

1020

B036

114

A502

1010

1020

1020

1020
15

D853
B6
7

16

1000
17

4014

85

86

4013
18

4015

4061

4014
4014

19

20

21

22

30

1202
1202

B040

1024

B038

23

C775
3
4

1202

114
E550
4018
2

24

16/401
D813
1
13

0 1

1020

10A
25

B041

E019
G243
3
24

26

27

D878

1202
28

29

30

4011

4013

11

31

32

10

33

34

37

D591
20
28

39/
232

36

3004

35

D852
A12
6

B501
C4
2

378

6/
232

16/
232

D550

3/
232

42/
232

4013

114

1202
1202
1202
1202

4011

176

4002
38

28/
232

45/
232

39

41

42

44

C539
2
1

4002

43

D827
A4
41

4002

DVB

B010
50
1

40

383
4002
4009
4002

1010

19

45

5A

1020

176
C726

1000

114

G014
B039

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46

47

48

49

50

17/201
51

52

1000
1010

53

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G525

114
E112

4019
4019
4019

3004
3004
3004

4014

3/202
20/202
9025

2-42
D852

10
9025

1000

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95XF series
4.

Electrical installation

DIRECTION INDICATORS AND WARNING LIGHTS

WARNING LIGHTS
A supply voltage is applied to connection point 6
of warning-light switch C765 through fuse E108.
By activating the warning light/direction indicator
switch the supply voltage is applied to point 37 of
the CTE-2.
The CTE 2 now supplies a square-block voltage
through point 4 to lights C014, C016 and C018 (all
on the left side) and through point 31 to C015,
C017 and C019 (all on the right side), as a result
of which these lights start blinking simultaneously.
The warning lights also function if the contact is
not activated.
CTE-2 (point 35) also supplies a square-block
voltage to warning light/direction indicator switch
C765 ( to point 1), causing the LED in the switch
to blink also.
DIRECTION INDICATORS
Left
If the direction indicator switch (C775) is activated
to the left (connection between points 3 and 2),
the supply voltage is passed on to point 53 of the
CTE-2 through wire 2002. Subsequently the
CTE-2 supplies a square-wave signal through
point 4 to C014, C016 and C018 (left direction
indicators) and through point 2 to connector
socket A000 pin 3 (in the case of an FA) or A002
pin 3 (in the case of an FT). Every time a pulse is
supplied to point 4 of the CTE-2, the lights will
blink briefly.
Right
If the direction indicator switch (C775) is activated
to the right (connection between points 3 and 1),
the supply voltage is passed on to point 24 of the
CTE-2 through wire 2001.
Subsequently the CTE-2 supplies a square-wave
signal through point 31 to C015, C017 and C019
(right direction indicators) and through point 30 to
connector socket A000 pin 5 (in the case of an
FA) or A002 pin 5 (in the case of an FT). Every
time a pulse is supplied to point 31 of the CTE-2,
the lights will blink briefly.

10

The CTE-2 (points 7 and 34) also supplies a


signal to the instrument panel.
If the direction indicator installation functions
properly, the lights for the truck (2/202) and the
trailer (8/202) will light up.

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Electrical installation

5
95XF series

VARIANTS
Location
29,37,38,43,42

44

Connector 495 is only used in


the case of an FA. Connector
493 is used in the case of an
FT.
Connector A000 is used for
an FA, connector A002 for an
FT.

SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE


INFORMATION

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2

C726
5
3

1202

1202

114
1202

1202

16/401

E564
2
5

1202

6
7

0 1

6
7

C737
A
23

1114

A040
1
42

1114

1114

380

10A

E019

C813
1
13

1202

185

1202
2

176

1202
1202

1202

1114

30

2/408

3/408
1/408

2000

2630

10

2630

E550
1
5

2002
2001

C775

2029

32/402

15A

E108

11

12

2630

2630
A

13

B
8

14

C737
1
23

35/
232

42/
232

10

12

21

2003

1202

15

37/
232

1/
232

16
17
18

53/
232

24/
232

29/
232

2001

1114

2003
2000

2002

1114

E117
2
19

380
2630

C765

1000
1010

380

380
2000

380

19

21

2006

20

185

C016

21

2006

185

22

2006

284

2006

23

C014

281

24

12

25

2006

27
28

11

2006

2006

4/
232

2006

29

115

D878

2006

495

C018

2006

26

18

A040
2
42

284
281
495

D550

30
31

12

A040
3
42

2007

32

187

2007

187

C017

33
34
35

18

12

2007

286
2007

36

495

2007

12

2007

288

2007

C015
2007

C019

2007

2007

115

31/
232

288

286

37

38

115

495

39

40

2008

41

495

2008

115

42

2009

43

115

30/
232

2009

495

2/
232

2008

2009

44

A000

45
46
47

3400

2/202

20/202

7/
232

9025

48
49
50

34/
232

8/202

3401

51
52

1000
1010

53

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5
95XF series

CTE-2

VARIANTS
Location
22,29
Connector 495 is only used in the case
of an FA.
Connector 493 is used in the case of
an FT.
44
Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a
VF engine.
102
DVB: Only applies in the case of a VF
engine.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

2-46

9711

A040
1
42

C765
6
42

1114

1114

380

15A

32/402

1114

C776
4
39

C776
2
39

C776
3
39

10

10

B001
1
39

11

C776
5
39

20/ 39/
232 232

46/
232

E117
2
19

21/
232

D813
1
13

2630

49/
232

42/
232

29/ 1/
232 232

1114

4502

1114

E108

1114

E019

4500

282

1/400

10A

16/401

1202

1202

4501

1202

3/400

2630

4503

4503

4503

12

28/
232

50/
232

12

13

3/
232

B002
1
39

11

14

G014
86
3

G238

1205

4013
4013

4510

19/400
4511
4511
15

21/400
37/
232

16

C765
2
4

2000

281
114

1205

380

7/400
17

1205

35/
232

18

C765
1
4

5/400

19

C755
1
4

21

C755
2
4

22

4506

23

25

C014
1
4

24

4506

C018
1
4

2006

D550

4/
232

B000
53B
39

53/
232

20

B000
53
39

4506

24/
232

52/
232

380

G236

2001

1205
2003

4504

6/400
4507

4/400
4508
2002

2006

31/400
1205

1000
1010

26

A040
2
42

B000
3
39

E025
27

C016
1
4

28

29

1205

D878

1205

11/400

185

31/
232

30

C019
1
4

31

23/ 40/
232 232

B000
2
39

3
4

10/400
2

G237
8/400

32

C015
1
4

33

1205

9/400
4505
2007

22/400
2006

2006

115
495

2006

187
34

C017
1
4

2007
35

A040
3
42

36

2/
232

37

39

A000
5
4

38

30/
232

A000
3
4

2008

20/400
2006
2006

2009

15A

281
284

2006

115

1205
2006
2006

2007
2007

40

41

D852
8
4

42

D852
2
4

43

34

26

44

D721
2
28

45

401

13/
232

7/
232

34/
232

3401

4509

115
495

2007
2007
2007

3475
46

D722
2
14

47

48

B501
D3
2

49

11

14/
232

18/
232

50

E564
3
14

51

25/
232

52

D804
12
30

53

1000
1010

95XF series

2007

115
2008

3400

3475

3500

185

4509

286
288

2007
2007

1316630/05

3475

2009

3475

401

4051
4051

4686

9711
398

4686

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54

55

57

58

59

C062
1
16

2610

C149
2
16

D813
3
13

61

D710
2
16

60

189

190

62

63

64

66

D802
22
34

65

461

3502

D587
5
26

67

68

69

70

71

73

D852
C16
6

72

461

D587
15
26

74

D852
A12
6

75

B501
C4
2

378

3004

D591
20
28

76

77

78

79

A021
9
40

80

16

81

82

378

D591
31
28

10

83

84

176

C726
1
3

10

85

C754
5
30

86

87

88

371
D804
6
30

12

89

B192
1
1

90

33

13

91

92

B079
2
13

371

94

G239
3
23

93

461

96

97

D804
11
30

4619

96

D587
21
26

4619

98

99

D827
A4
41

4009

C539
2
1

4002
100 101 102 103 104 105 106

B010
50
1

DVB

1000
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56

E514
1
16

D853
5
7

2600

3420

2600

281

D862
3
36

A040
4
42

2610

2610

4682

2610

3502

4011

383

45/
232

41/
232

51/
232

55/
232

16/
232

43/
232

5/
232

6/
232

38/
232

19/
232

3502

3004
3004

2600

3420

445

2600

3004

4049

3502

4047

27/
232

3420

4682

4049

115
118

17/
232

4049

4011

4049

4049

4049

3502

2600

D550

376

4030

403

4030
4030

4619
4619
4619

1316630/05

2600

4049

4619

D878

114

4002

383

2-48
4002

2600

10
4002

1000
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Electrical installation

DIP-3

VARIANTS
Location
23,26
The engine coolant temperature
sensor (F535) only applies if an
intarder or a retarder has been
installed.
87
For a 4x2: Connector 373 with
component D851.
For a 6x2: Connector 445 with
component D802.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

9711

2-49

2-50

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EL000101
1
2

1000
1010

3
4
5
6

3005

15

3003

3005

4/201

114

3/201
n

3003

114

D805
B17
29

F501

3003

10
11

D853
B2
7

3012

12/201

12

12/202

13

15

3004

10/201

1101

14

D550
6
5

1101

B501
C4
2

378

3004

3004

16

D591
20
28

D583
A2
7

8/201

D853
B15
7

3413

17

1101

18

16

2/201

19

C775
7
9

3503

C622
2
9

3004

3503

115

F608

10

20

1101

14/403

10A

E084

21

22

3000

3000

3000

5/201

23

114

F535

24
25

9007

9007

16/201
M

9007

26

114

27

28

D852

9005

28
29

9025

11/201

D878

9005

115
9025

20/202

30
P

31

9025

17/201

32
33

3426

D853
A9
7

1/239

2/239

34
35

5/202

4/202

2155

36
37

C071
1
22

C725
1
22

2155

38
39

29

2155

176

86 87A

2155

40

41
42

13

C763

12

87

115

13/202
15/202

30

4592

176
17/202

85

4592

4593

G000

2630
2630

43

2630

2101

4593

176

10A

27/400

44

E117

45
46
47
48
50

C052
1
20

49

B501
A2
2

2622

2622

2622

16/202

397

51
52

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54

55

56

57

58

D721
1
28

F000
2
28

3402

9/200

3402

5/200

59

61

62

63

64

115

12/400

3402

60

2152

65

465

66

67

G284
5
25

3420

3420
68

D550
38
5

69

19

4019
3/202

114

70

71

E112
2
3

4019

6
10

3408
72

9/202

115

73

F006
2
15

3408

C025
1
11

74

75

76

77

E006
2
10

C002
1
10

2122

G005
87
11

2122
7/202

281
2122

3402

2152

2/200

6/200

78

79

80

D550
34
5

D550
7
5

3400
2/202

3401
81

8/202
82

1211
1211

83

84

D852

F000
1
28

10A
14/401
7/200
12

86

F087
1
38

85

E035
1211
1211

115

D878

87

88

D851
25
34

89

1211

1211

1211

373

3420
16/200
11/200

91

3410

D853
B9
7

90

92

93

D853
B14
7

STOP

D806
1
27

1211
94

1211

32

96

D
96

97

14/400
98

3410

1000
1010

15/201
1/202

16/400
8/200
4/200
3432
3432

20/200
15/200
3403

3/200
3410
3410
3410

115
118

3438
3438
3438

99

3402

13/400

G240

1000
1010

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

D591
19
28

3452

9711
F033

118

95XF series

115

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EL000102

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7.

C.W.S.-2

CWS is the abbreviation for Central Warning


System.
The system consists of an electronic unit (D853)
and a digital display. The display is used to
display error warnings using symbols.
The CWS is connected using two (2) black
connectors.
Connector 395 (21-pin) and connector 396 (15
pin).
Red warning symbol
Function
air system storage pressure too low
steering circuit
engine oil pressure too low
coolant temperature too high
coolant level too low
alternator charging current too high
(> 30  0.5 V)
alternator charging current too low
(> 20  0.5 V)
cab not locked
engine management

Connector + contact
395/9
395/8
395/10
396/2
396/3
396/6

Wire number
3426
3518
3014
3012
3036
1020

396/6

1020

395/11
395/14

3492
3435

395/5
395/12
395/6
395/14
395/7
395/20
395/3
395/2
395/4
395/19
395/17

3022
3417
3427
3435
3428
3431
3017
3413
3469
3474
3471

Orange warning symbol

10

coolant level
retarder malfunction
truck ABS malfunction
engine management malfunction
trailer ABS malfunction
ECAS malfunction
blocked air filter
fuel level (too) low
AGS malfunction
HGS fluid level (delayed switch)
ASC

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Electrical installation

CONNECTOR POINTS CWS-2 UNIT


CONNECTOR 395
Pin
No.
1
2
3

5
6
7
8

9
10

11

12
14

17

19

20

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Designation
Interconnection to connector 396, pin 10.
Input for alarm function Fuel supply on reserve. Activated if the fuel supply
meter reaches the red area. The instrument panel connects point A2 to earth.
Input for alarm function Fuel filter blocked. Activated if pneumatic switch F016
closes and pin 1 is connected to earth. If the input is 0 V (earth), the light
concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function Lubricating system. Activated in the case of a
malfunction. The AGS unit supplies a voltage to the CWS unit and will activate
the light on the CWS panel.
Daily check.
If the input is connected to earth, the symbol will light up.
Input for alarm function ABS truck malfunction. Activated if the truck ABS
system malfunctions. If the input is 0 V (earth), the light concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function ABS trailer malfunction. If the input is 0 V (earth), the
light concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function Emergency circuit steering system first (1st) circuit.
Activated if fluid passage switch F047 closes and pin 2 is connected to earth. If
the input is 0 V (earth), the light concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function Brake reservoir pressure. Activated if the brake
reservoir pressure is too low (switch at reservoir pressure meter closed).
Input for alarm function Oil pressure. Activated if pressure switch F011 closes
as a result of an insufficient oil pressure. If the input is 0 V (earth), the light
concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function Cab lock.
Activated if switch F009 is closed.
If the input is 0 V (earth), the light concerned will light up.
Input for alarm function Retarder.
Input for alarm function Engine management.
Orange symbol: less serious malfunction.
Red symbol: serious malfunction.
Input ABS/ASC (D586).
This lamp: blinks a few times when switching on the contact if the ABS/ASC
traction switch (C737) is activated and lights up continuously if a malfunction
occurs in this control.
Input for alarm function Fluid level HGS. Activated if switch F076 closes
because the level is too low. If the input is 0 V (earth), the light concerned will
light up after eight (8) seconds.
Input for alarm function ECAS defective.

Wire
number
3406
3413
3017

3469

3022
3427
3428
3518

3426
3014

3492

3417
3435

3471

3474

3431

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CONNECTOR 396
Pin
No.
1
2

3
5
6

10
12
13
14
15

Designation
Activation switch I, more warnings.
Input for alarm function Coolant temperature too high.
The signal on this input originates from the instrument panel DIP 2 (D816). If
the input is 0 V (earth), the light concerned will light up.
Coolant level too low. If the level is too low, the switch closes and the symbol
lights up.
Door on drivers side open/closed.
Input D+ for alarm functions Generator voltage too high/too low.
Generator voltage too low:
If D+ is < 21  1V, the alarm function is activated. Generator voltage too high:
If D+ is > 30  1V, the alarm function is activated. The input receives its analog
signal from D+ from the generator.
Output central warning lamp (D004) red.
The CWS unit will activate the lamp if a malfunction has been detected which
must be repaired as soon as possible. The only exception to this rule is the
malfunction signal: alternator voltage too low.
If the input is 0 V (earth), the red light on the CWS panel will light up.
Interconnection to connector 395, pin 1.
Connection for control lighting.
Earth connection.
Supply connection behind contact.
Supply connection in front of contact.

Wire
number
3490
3012

3036
2600
1020

3403

3406
2630
M
1211
1101

10

2-54

9711

8/201

E035

1211
8/200

10A

12/201

10

3413

3012

3403

15/201
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

21

2/
395

20

9/
396

2/
396

3403

3426

22

18

13/
396

1211
1211

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23

24

21

376

8/
395

11

25

14/
396

15/
396

26

27

28

Q
2

C622
2
9

29

3518
1

D852
B10
6

30

31

D758
32

0 1

11/
395

1/
396

G297
2
13

33

10

3412

34

35

36

D853

F616
2
13

37

38

E117
2
19

12/
396

1024

39

40

41

6/
396

42

20/
395

1020

43

44

45

D591
30
28

D802
33
34

14/
395

EGAS

A040
7
42

1020

46

47

D804
3
30

12/
395

A502
D+
1

49

D587
2
26

48

1020

50

10/
395

51

52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

281

9/
395

10A
C775
7
9

1101

25/401
3492

29/401
3412

14/401

7/200

1211

STOP

1211
20/200

15/200

1/239
2/239

D852

1211

3012

1211
1211

3413

3412

14/403

281

F000
1
28

3518
3518
3518

281
C761

D668
13/402
1020

E084
1101

G240
1
28

1101

F048

1211

376

1101

F047

3431

B036
2630
2630

383
445

3431

3490
3490

3435

1020

3435

3412

371

D878

2630
2630
2630

378
3435

114
461

1000
1010

114

1020
3417
3417

3014
3014

9711
F011

3435

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EL000103

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54

55

58

D850
A18
23

59

ASR

10

60

D850
A16
23

61

3/
395

62

63

64

3/
396

65

10

66

67

5/
395

68

69

70

71

19/
395

72

73

74

5/
396

75

C062
1
17

2600
76

77

E514
2
17

78

4/
395

79

80

81

3469

D878

82

83

84

5/
253

D806

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

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56

57

377

A004
5
23

377

17/
395

377

6/
395

3428

3428

3427

3427

3471

3471

3017

3017

ABS
I

114

7/
395

175

ABS
II

114

F016

3036
3036

3022
3022

3474
3474

2600

D853

114
F585
114

281

2-56
F076

7
2600

10
175

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8.

Electrical installation

LIGHT SWITCH / REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS FA

REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS


By switching the lighting switch (C622) into the
first (1st) position (connection between contacts 2
and 1), the rear-light/side-light relay (G000) is
activated through wire 2100.
A voltage is applied to the left and right side-lights
and the left and right side-headlights respectively
through the contacts of relay G000 and fuses
E000 and E001. These lights will light up.

10

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2-58

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2

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

4
5

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

6
7

281

176

2110

24/401

D609
2110

286

B129
3
33

C727
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

10

28/401

12

176

C764
5
33

11

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

13

10

2100

2100

22/401

14
15
16
17

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

18

G000

19

A001
5
43

2101

1113

20

10

27

21

1113

1113

1113

22

495

1113

15A

16/402

115

E048

2102

23
24

2103

25

A026

26
27

11

2102

2102

2102

2102

2102

10A

33/400

115

E000

29

2102

2102

28

495

C074

495

D878

115

30

2102

2102

284

281

32

2102

31

C012

33

2102

161

2102

34

C010

189

35

12

36

495

37

38
39

284

12

2102

40

2103

2103

41

495

2103

115

42

12

A000

43

281

2103

44

2103

C075

45
46

12

2103

2103

2103

2103

10A

E001

48
49

18

12

2103

2103

50

288

C013

288

28/400

189
2103

47

161

C011

161

194

286

286

51
52

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9.

Electrical installation

LIGHT SWITCH / REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS FT

REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS


By switching the lighting switch (C622) into the
first (1st) position (connection between contacts
2 and 1), the rear-light/side-light relay (G000) is
activated through wire 2100.
A voltage is applied to the left and right
side-lights and the left and right side-headlights
respectively through the contacts of relay G000
and fuses E000 and E001. These will light up.

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1101

1101

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5

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

281

176

24/401

D609

7
8

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

10

2110

28/401

11

12

176

C764
5
33

2100

C775
4
10

C727
2
11

2110

2110

286
2154

2154

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

2100

2110
2110

10A

E084

C775
7
10

C622

2110

284

1000
1010

1/231
4/231

2110

2110

2100

2100

10

22/401

13
14
15
16

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

C152

17

2102

19

2101

18

281

12

G000
C154

20

C074

21

2102

2102

493

2102

2102

22

C156

115

23
24

12

284

11

493

2102

2102

C158

2102

25

2102

26

284

2102

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281

E000

27
28

D878

2102

161

2102

C012
2102

29

C010

189

30

10

31

1113

493

27

1113

15A

16/402

1113

115

E048

32

33
34
35

493

12

A003

36

2102

37

2103

2103

38

493
8

39

A002
2103

40

41

C157

42

115

2103

43

2103

2103

C159

44
45

115

C153

46

C155

47

2103

2103

48

C075

50

18

12

49

12

2103

161

2103

C011

2103

2103

189

51
52

2103

53

288

10A

E001

2103

C013

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288

28/400

2103

161

194

286

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10. DIPPED BEAM / MAIN BEAM AND HIGH-BEAM HEADLIGHTS


DIPPED BEAM
The dipped beam is activated when the lighting
switch (C622) is switched to the dipped beam
position (connection between pins 2 and 4).
Switch C775 on the steering column should be
in the dipped beam position (connection
between pins 4 and 5). As a result, relay G001
is activated causing a voltage to be applied
through fuse E005 and wire number 2113 to the
right dipped beam (C001) and through fuse
E004 and wire number 2114 to the left dipped
beam (C000).
The lights can burn without the contact relay
(G015) being activated.
MAIN BEAM
The main beam is activated if the lighting switch
(C622) is switched to the main beam position
(connection between pins 2 and 4). Switch C775
on the steering column should be in the main
beam position (connection between pins 4 and
6). As a result, relay G002 is activated causing
a voltage to be applied through fuses E006 and
E007, and wire numbers 2122 and 2123
respectively, to the left main beam (C002) and
to the right main beam (C003). A warning lamp
will light up on the instrument panel.
MAIN BEAM SIGNALLING
Signalling using the main beam is done using
the return spring contact of switch C775
(connection between contacts 7 and 6), as a
result of which G002 is activated. The main
beam remains activated for as long as the
switch is being operated.
HIGH-BEAM HEADLIGHTS
The high-beam headlights, if mounted, are
activated when the main beam is activated.
Relay G003 is activated.

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4/408

3
4

2120

6/408

2154

7/408

1101
2154

14/403
28/401

10A

E084

6
7

1101

2154

1101

D853
B15
7

C775

2/231

1/231

D852
B10
6

2100

1101

4/231

D610

10

C622

11

2110

12

13

2110

2110

288

24/401

D609
2110

286

C773
5
11

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

281

2110
2110

176

2110

15
16
17
18

176

C764
5
33

2100

2110

284

2100

2110

2110

10

2100

2100

22/401

19
20

7/401

21

2111

2111

23
24

87

86 87A
M

22

30

85

5/401

25
26
27
28

2114

2114

29
30

12

2113

10A

16/403

281

E004

2122

2113

2113

31

288

10A

17/403

286

D878

2112

281

18

G001

2114

284

C000
284

C002

E005

32

5/402

33
34

2122

35

87

86 87A
M

2122

30

85

281

2120

2120

2122

284

36

7/202
5/202

37

G002

38

2121

39

D852

2113

2122

40
41

18

12

2123

42

288

10A

30/402

E006

C001
286

2123

288

C003

2123

E007

43
44
45

86 87A

85

46

12

21/402

47

87

48

9/403

30

2132

2131

G003

2131

2132

281
2132

49

286

2120

22/402
4/402

2132

2132

284

C006

2132

288

10A

28/402

286
2120
2120

284

2132

C007

50

2131

15A

17/402

51

E008

52

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11.

Electrical installation

FRONT AND REAR FOG LIGHTS

There are two possible situations:


1 Rear fog lights only.
2 Both front and rear fog lights.
REAR FOG LIGHTS (standard)
If the lighting switch (C622) is switched into the
dipped beam position (connection between the
contacts 2 and 4), a voltage is applied to switch
(C773) through wire 2110. As a result, relay
G005 is activated. This ensures that a voltage is
applied via E010 through relay contacts 30 and
87 to the left and right rear fog lights.
If the front fog lights are also connected, the
situation changes as follows:
FRONT AND REAR FOG LIGHTS
If the lighting switch (C622) is switched into the
parking light position (connection between
contacts 2 and 1), a voltage is applied to contact
2 of switch C727 through wire 2100. If the first
position is now activated (connection between
contacts 2 and 6), relay G004 is activated. As a
result, a voltage is applied through E009, wire
2141, and contacts 30 and 87 of relay G004 to
the left and right front fog lights (C008 and C009
respectively). In this position the rear fog lights
cannot be activated.
If the second position is now activated
(connection between contacts 2 and 3), relay
G005 is also activated. As a result, a voltage is
applied through E010, contacts 30 and 87 of
relay G005 and wire 2152 to the left and right
rear fog lights (C024 and C025 respectively). In
this position both the front and rear fog lights
can be activated.
VARIANTS
Location
27,29,31 Connector 495 is only used in the case
of an FA. Connector 493 is used in the
case of an FT.
36
Connector A001 is only used in the
case of an FA. Connector A003 is
used in the case of an FT.
41,46
The left and right front fog lights (C008
and C009 respectively) are not
standard.

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1101

D852
B10
6

C622

1101
D853
B15
7

2110
2100

1/231

1101

14/403

10A

E084

C775
7
10

2100

0 l ll

2140

2100

22/401

176

10

2100

2100

2140

176

11

C727

12

10

2110

13

176

15

0 I

2150

14

2150

C764
5
33

2110

16

2110

D609

2150

2110

24/401

17

176

D610

18
19

C764
5
33

C775
4
10

2110

C773

2154

2154

2150

176

28/401

20

6/401

21

2150

2150

22

23

5/401

24
25

2152
86 87A

26

27
29

28

11

24/400
87

2152

115

30

2152

495

2151

2152

D878

2152

C025

85

C024

495

115

30

12

G005

2152

10A

31

495

32

E010

33

2152

34
35

A001

36
37

2/200

38

281

18

5/202

2152

39
40

D852
19/401

41

42

12

43

86 87A

2142

3/401

2142

281

44

18

12

2/401
87

2142

30

2142

45

286

G004

46

4/401

2141

2142

2142

288

C009

85

2142

284

C008

288

2140

2140

284
286

2141

47

2141

10A

33/402

48

E009

49
50
51
52

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12. BACK-UP LIGHT


If the contact is activated, the supply voltage is
applied through E016 to the control switch for
the rear back-up light (E501).
This switch is mounted in the gearbox. The
contacts are closed if the gearbox is put into
reverse gear position.
As a result, the voltage is applied through wire
4591 to back-up lights C026 and C027 and to
the connector socket (A001).
The above description applies to an FA version.
VARIANTS:
Location:
26 The section between ref. bars 16 and 28
applies to an FA version. The section
between ref. bars 31 and 42 applies to an
FT version.

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13

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1217

E016

E561
2
13

176
11

C751
5
15

10

C750
5
15

C748
5
15

12

13

118
14

15

4591
16

C026
17

115
18

19

11

20

21

22

12

495
23

24

25

4591
26

A001
27

28

D878

29

30

4591
31

C026
32

33

34

C027
35

36

37

12

4591

38

39

40

41

A003

493
42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

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F006
1
15

376

D813
1
13

1217

1217

4591
4591

1217

1217

1217

1217

495
C027

4591
4591
4591

1217

1217

1217

1217

4591

1217

1217

115

118

E501

4591
4591

2-66
495

12
493

10
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13. GEARBOX AND GATE SAFETY


GROUP SAFETY GEARBOX (gears 1 -> 5)
This shift-down safety prevents shifting down
into the lower group (gears 1, 2, 3 and 4) once
the vehicle speed has exceeded approx. 30
km/h. The shift-down safety is installed on
vehicles with single H-type gearing.
In the case of an electrical malfunction (voltage
drop out), the safety is activated and the gears
1, 2, 3 and 4 cannot be re-engaged.
OPERATION
If the relay contact (G015) is closed, the supply
voltage will be applied to the group safety valve
(single H valve) (B079) through fuse E016. As
soon as the CTE-2 unit of the tachograph
receives a signal which corresponds to a vehicle
speed of less than 30 km/h, the CTE 2 will
switch the voltage to earth. As a result, the
group safety valve is activated and shifting down
into a lower group becomes possible.
If the vehicle speed exceeds 30 km/h, the
CTE-2 unit will break the earth connection and
shifting down is no longer possible.
GATE SAFETY (gears 4 -> 1)
If the relay contact (G015) is closed, the supply
voltage will be applied to the control switch
(E561) through fuse E016.
If the low group is activated, switch E561 is
closed and a voltage is applied to valve B293. A
supply voltage is applied to point 1 of electronic
unit D813 through fuse E019 and wire 1202.
Connection 3 of electronic unit D813 is
connected to the CTE-2. This is the
speed-dependent signal. Depending on the
speed, the electronic unit of the gearbox and
gate safety (D813) connects valve B293 to
earth. If both conditions are present, valve B293
is activated and the gate safety is active.
Shifting down from 3rd and 4th gear into the 1st
and 2nd gear is now impossible.

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If the high group is activated, switch E561 is


opened and the voltage to valve B293 drops
out. At a speed in excess of approx. 12 km/h,
pin 4 of the electronic unit D813 is
uninterruptedly connected to earth. Shifting
down into 5th or 6th gear is possible, however.
SEE THE CTE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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12

13

C751
5
15

4978

C750
5
15

C748
5
15

14

35

15

16

B293
17

3/
134

4/
134

461

D813

18

D802
22
25

19

20

D587
5
33

21

10A
16/401
22

2/
134

1/
134

1202

10A

E501
2
12

F006
1
15

376

D749
5
15

E019
23

D862
9
36

24

1202

1202
2

C726
5
3

25

30

26

176

13/401

1217

3502

1202

114
27

C775
3
4

1202

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

1217

1217

E561

1217

115
118

1217
1217
1217

1217

28

1202

E550
1
5

19/
232

42/
232

29

3502

1202
1202

D878

30

31

28/
232

51/
232

D550

33

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

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1217

1217

1217

115

4988
4988
4988

3502
3502
3502
3502

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14. BRAKE LIGHTS / CAB AIR SUSPENSION


BRAKE LIGHTS
If the brake pedal is pressed, brake light control
switch E511 is activated and the relay (G036)
will be activated. A voltage will be applied to the
right- and left-hand vehicle brake lights (C021
and C020 respectively) and they will light up.
The lights connected through trailer connector
socket A000 will also light up.
A voltage will also be applied to the CTE unit
(13/232) through diode D722. A voltage is also
applied to connection point 5 of relay G297 (cab
air suspension) through diode D759.
CONTINUOUS BRAKE (engine brake)
If the engine brake control switch (E564) is
activated, a voltage is applied to connection
point 14. As a result, connection point 55 is
activated causing engine brake valve B192 to
become activated.
Connection point 55 is only connected to the
supply voltage if:
The engine speed exceeds 700 rpm.
The rear wheels do not block in an
ABS-equipped vehicle.
CAB AIR SUSPENSION
A voltage is applied to both the cab lock sensor
(F616) and relay G297 through fuse E030 and
wire 1104. If the cab is tilted, points 2 and 4 in
the cab lock sensor (F616) are connected. As a
result, relay G297 (cab air suspension relay) is
activated through wire 3412 and the cab lock
sensor (F616). The contacts of relay G297 close
(connection between contacts 3 and 5). A
voltage is now applied to valve B294 causing
this valve to become activated as well.
VARIANTS

10

Location
12,14,16 Connector 495 is only used in the case
of an FA version. In FT versions, wire
4601 (to C021 and C022) and earth do
not run through connector 495.
20
Connector A000 is only used in the
case of an FA. In FT versions,
connector A002 is used.

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4

1209

4602

7/402

10A

E013

E511
5
6

1209
4602

4602

6/402

7
8
9
10

87

8/402

86 87A

4601

30

4601

11

C021

85

5/401

G036

10

12
14

13

11

4601

4601

495

22

4601

C020

4601

115

10/402

D759

4589

495

115

15

12

16

D722

B501
C4
2

17

D852
A12
6

3004

18

3004

4601

19

D591
20
28

20

A000

3004

378

21

3004

22

B192
1
1

12

4049

55/
232

4049

23

114

24
25

1 2

14/
232

4051

26

185

13/
232

11

D721
2
28

4051

E564

6/
232

4049

3475

495

1202

3475
3475

26/401

27
28

D878

D550

29

1202

1202

1202

1202

1202

10A

16/401

30

C775
3
4

E019

D813
1
13

185

176

1202

31
32

C726
5
3

25/401

33

D758

3412

D853
A11
7

1202

3492

34

3412

35

281

36

18

3412

37

38

1104

39

12

15

4589

40

3412

41

4589

1104

281

4589

284

4589

4589

G297

4589
42

11

43

12

281

44

3412

285
1104

1104

1104

1104

14/402

10A

29/402

E030

46

1104

47

C151
2
16

49

C736
8
36

48

C151
1
16

C736
1
36

1104

189

380

1104

1104

45

281

C775
8
22

285

3412

10

1104

F616
1104

29/401

3412

284

B294

285

1104

190

1104

50
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52

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15. DIFFERENTIAL LOCK


1ST, 2ND AND 3RD DIFFERENTIAL LOCK
If the contact switch (G015) is activated, a
voltage is applied through fuse E016 and wire
1217 to the control switch for the axial controlled
slip differential (C748) and control switch for the
longitudinal controlled slip differential (C749).
If the driver now activates the axial controlled
slip differential (C748), a voltage is applied
through wire 4517 to the axial controlled slip
differential valve. As a result, the valve is
activated.
If the driver now activates the longitudinal
controlled slip differential (C749), a voltage is
applied through wire 4518 to the longitudinal
controlled slip differential valve. As a result, the
valve is activated.
If the driver engages the first differential, the
differential lock control switch (F006) is
activated. The corresponding symbol on the DIP
will now light up.

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12

13

14

15

16

4517

0 I

17

11

18

20

C750
5
38

19

1217

21

1217
C751
5
38

22

B079
1
13

23

24

25

118

E501
2
12

26

E561
2
13

27

D878

28

10

29

3408
30

31

32

3408

33

34

35

D852
36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

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4518

4518

1217

1217

1217

13/401

4518

115
F006

1217

1217

1217

B243

E016

376

C749

376

4518

4518

525

285

282

525
285

1217
4517

4517
4517

176
C748
176

1217

525
285
281

1217

1217
1217
1217

1217
1217
3408

9/202
20/202
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16. COMFORT CAB/SPACE CAB INTERIOR LIGHTING


The description of the interior lighting can be
divided into:
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Interior lighting
Red interior nightlight
Interior bed lighting, drivers side
Interior bed lighting, co-drivers side
Bunk lamp
Storage compartment lighting
Map-reading lights
STEPWELL LIGHTING, DRIVERS SIDE
If the drivers side door is opened, switch E514
will close and the drivers side stepwell lamp
(C062) will light up. A voltage is also applied
through wire 2600 to pin 17 of the CTE-2 unit
(D550). A voltage will also be applied internally
to connection point 27 of CTE-2 unit (D550),
causing the lamp of the drivers side interior
lighting (C149) to light up.
If the drivers side door is closed, a voltage will
be applied to connection point 27 of the CTE
unit for approx. 9 sec. This will result in a
delayed switching-off of the interior lighting. If a
speed signal is applied to pin 18, the delayed
switch off will not function.
The stepwell lighting is independent of the
contact switch position.
STEPWELL LIGHTING, CO-DRIVERS SIDE
If the co-drivers side door is opened, switch
E515 will close and the co-drivers side stepwell
lamp (C063) will light up. A voltage is also
applied to C148 (interior lighting, co-drivers
side) through wire 2609, diode D708 and wire
2633.

10

INTERIOR LIGHTING UNDERSIDE ROOF


CONSOLE
A voltage is applied to switch C151 (interior
lighting with middle switch) through fuse E030
and wire 1104. Depending on the switch
position, C151 (interior lighting underside roof
console) will light up.

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RED INTERIOR NIGHTLIGHT


A voltage is also applied to switch C735 (interior
nightlight switch) through fuse E028 and wire
1107. Depending on the switch position, C148
(interior nightlight, drivers side) will light up.
INTERIOR BED LIGHTING, DRIVERS SIDE
A voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
switch C733 (interior bed lighting, drivers side)
through fuse E028 and wire 1107. If a connection
is made in switch C733 (contacts 5 and 7), a
voltage will be applied through wire 2644 and
switch C734 (contacts 7 and 5) and wire 2632 to
both of C149s bulbs.
INTERIOR BED LIGHTING, CO-DRIVERS SIDE
A voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
switch C731 (interior bed lighting, co-drivers side)
through fuse E028 and wire 1107. If a connection
is made in switch C731 (contacts 5 and 7), a
voltage will be applied through wire 2611 and
switch C732 (contacts 7 and 5) and wire 2633 to
bulb C148 (normal interior lighting).
BUNK LAMP
The bunk light C115 can be switched with a
switch through fuse E028.
The bunk lamp is independent of the contact
switch position.
STORAGE COMPARTMENT LIGHTING
A voltage is applied to switches E525 (central
upper storage compartment lighting switch) and
E527 (right-hand storage compartment lighting
switch) through fuse E028 and wire 1107. Switch
E525 is used to switch on/off lamp C064 (upper
storage compartment lighting). Switch E527 is
used to switch on/off lamp C066 (right-hand
storage compartment lighting).
TOOLBOX LIGHTING
A voltage is applied to switches E528 (left-hand
toolbox lighting switch) and E529 (right-hand
toolbox lighting switch) through fuse E028 and
wire 1107. Switches E528 and E529 are used to
switch on/off lamps C067 and C068 respectively.

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MAP-READING LIGHTS
A voltage is applied to the switches installed in the
map-reading lights on both the drivers and the
co-drivers side (C046 and C047 respectively)
through fuse E208 and wire 1107. By pulling out
the map-reading lights, the switch is activated and
the light is switched on.
VARIANTS
Location
9 This location is used to connect a voltage
converter for the radio memory. (The voltage
converter is optional!)

10

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2608

12

187

E528

C067

18

E028

2609

E515

15A

1107

10

10

D862
4
36

A040
5
42

483

2609

1107

2609

1107

11

12

291

15/403

2609

1107

24V
2
35

13

2600
9

14

15

B002
2
39

B001
2
39

16

2600

D862
3
36

A040
4
42

483

17

2600

1107

E514
18

19

D853
B5
7

20

21

21

1107
1

1107
22

23

26

27

28

29

291

12

25

291

194
24

1107
1107
1107

290
C115

1107
1107

1107

1107

2616

185
E529
C068

2600
2600
2600
2600

1107
30

C046
31

1107
32

C047
33

1107

380

281
C062

2609

187

1107
34

2605
35

C064
36

37

39

40

38

1107

1104

G297
B1
34

2605

D878

E525
2607

1107

286

C063

286

G297
B3
34

E527
41

C066
42

1104

43

10A
29/402
1104
2

1104
3

4535
8

4535
44

B028
1
22

E030
45

1104

46

47

48

281

1104

285
49

50

F616
1
36

1104

1104
1104
1104

C775
281
284

189
190
1104

1107
2600
2609

C736
8
36

51

52

C736
1
36

53

1000
1010

380

1107

290

2609

2609

2609

95XF series

2609

1316630/05
185

1000
1010

C151

1104
1104

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16

4535

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54

55

1107
2600
2609

56

0 I

11

12

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C735

58

61

62

63

64

65

66

10

11

0 I

10

1107

59

67

68

69

70

71

2633

60

11

0 I

2633

10

72

73

74

75

76

14

15

0 I

14

0 I

2632

77

78

1107

79

80

81

27/
232

17/
232

82

83

84

3/
225

85

18/
232

86

B501
87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

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1107

290
380

1107

2617

2617

2617

291

D708

2611
2611
2611

2633

2609

290
380

C732
290
380

2645

1107

C149

2612
2612
2612

C731

2633

380

290

C148

2632
2632

2632
2610

291
D710
291

2610
2610

2644
2644
2644

C734
290
380

2600
2610

2645
2645

C733

D878

290

16
2610

2-78
3500

10
D550

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17. INTERIOR LIGHTING, SUPER SPACE CAB


The description of the interior lighting can be
divided into:
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Interior lighting
Red interior nightlight
Interior bed lighting, drivers side
Interior bed lighting, co-drivers side
Bunk lamp
Storage compartment lighting
Map-reading lights
STEPWELL LIGHTING, DRIVERS SIDE
If the drivers side door is opened, switch E514
will close and the drivers side stepwell lamp
(C062) will light up. A voltage is also applied
through wire 2600 to pin 17 of the CTE-2 unit
(D550). A voltage will be also be applied
internally to connection point 27 of CTE-2 unit
(D550), causing a lamp on the drivers side
interior lighting (C149) to light up.
If the drivers side door is closed, a voltage will
be applied to connection point 27 of the CTE
unit for approx. 9 sec. This will result in a delay
in switching off the interior lighting. If a speed
signal is applied to pin 18, the delayed switch-off
will not function. The stepwell lighting is
independent of the contact switch position.
STEPWELL LIGHTING, CO-DRIVERS SIDE
If the co-drivers side door is opened, switch
E515 will close and the co-drivers side stepwell
lamp (C063) will light up. A voltage is also
applied to C148 (interior lighting, co-drivers
side) through wire 2609, diode D708 and wire
2633.
INTERIOR LIGHTING UNDERSIDE ROOF
CONSOLE
A voltage is applied to switch C151 (interior
lighting with middle switch) through fuse E030
and wire 1104. Depending on the switch
position, C151 (interior lighting underside roof
console) will light up.

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RED INTERIOR NIGHTLIGHT


A voltage is applied to switch C735 (interior
nightlight switch) through fuse E028 and wire
1107. Depending on the switch position, C148
(interior nightlight, drivers side) will light up.
INTERIOR LIGHTING, DRIVERS SIDE
A voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
switch C733 (interior lighting roof console
drivers side bed control) through fuse E028 and
wire 1107. If a connection is made in switch
C733 (contacts 5 and 7), a voltage will be
applied through wire 2644 and switch C734
(interior lighting roof console drivers side central
console) (contacts 7 and 5) and wire 2632 to
both bulbs of C149.
A voltage is also applied to lamp C130 through
wire 2632.
INTERIOR BED LIGHTING, CO-DRIVERS
SIDE
A voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
switch C731 (interior lighting roof console
co-drivers side bed control) through fuse E028
and wire 1107. If a connection is made in switch
C731 (contacts 5 and 7), a voltage will be
applied through wire 2611 and switch C732
(interior lighting roof console co-drivers side
central console) (contacts 7 and 5) and wire
2633 to bulb C148.
A voltage is also applied to lamp C139 through
wire 2633.
BUNK LAMP
The bunk light C115 can be switched on using a
switch.
The bunk lamp is independent of the contact
switch position.

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STORAGE COMPARTMENT LIGHTING


A voltage is applied to switches E525 (central
upper storage compartment lighting switch),
E527 (right-hand storage compartment lighting
switch) and E560 (left-hand storage
compartment lighting switch) through fuse E028
and wire 1107. Door switches E525, E527 and
E560 are used to switch on/off lamps C064
(upper storage compartment lighting), C066
(right-hand storage compartment) and C150
(left-hand storage compartment) respectively.

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TOOLBOX LIGHTING
A voltage is applied to switches E528 (left-hand
toolbox lighting switch) and E529 (right-hand
toolbox lighting switch) through fuse E028 and
wire 1107. Switches E528 and E529 are used to
switch on/off lamps C067 and C068
respectively.
MAP-READING LIGHTS
A voltage is applied to the switches installed in
the map-reading lights on both the drivers and
the co-drivers side through fuse E208 and wire
1107. By pulling out the map-reading lights, the
switch is activated and the light is switched on.
VARIANTS
Location
9 This location is used to connect a voltage
converter for the radio memory. (The
voltage converter is an accessory!)
56 This connector is placed between the roof
upholstery and the roof. A PL lamp can be
connected to it. (The PL lamp is an
accessory!)

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2

2608

C067

1107

E528

2609

12

1000
1010

187

1107

187

18

2609

1107

1107

15/403

15A

9
10

D862
4
36

A040
5
42

10

1107

11

1107

2609

380

483

1107

E028
24V
2
35

2609

2609

1107

E515

2609

286

C063
2609

189

286
2609

2609

190

12
13

B001
2
39

2600

2600

2600

2600

14

B002
2
39

15

18

2600

D862
3
36

A040
4
42

281

483

2600

C062

17

D853
B5
7

16

2600

281

10

1107

E514

18
19

21

2616

1107

1107

21

190

12

185
2

194

20

C068

185

E529
1107

1107

22

189

23

1107

1107

24

C111

25

26

1107

1107

1107

190

C110

27
28

D878

1107

29

C046

30

31

1107

1107

C047

1107

32

1107

33

2605

34

C064
2

35

2607

2605

2636

36

E525

37

38

1107

E527

40

1104

39

G297
B1
34

C066
2

41

1107

E560

43

1104

42

G297
B3
34

C150

44
45

B028
1
22

4535

284

4535

4535

1104

29/402

46
47

3
2

48

1104

189

281

1104

49
50

F616
1
36

1104

10A

E030
1104

1104

1104

C775

281

1104

190
C151

1104

285

51

C736
8
36

1104

1104

52

C736
1
36

380

53

1000
1010

1107
2600
2609
1107

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55

1107
2600
2609
1107

1316630/05

1107

56

57

11

12

59

1107

C735

60

61

62

63

2632
2617

C139
64

2633
65

66

67

2633

12

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

70

2632

1107

68

69

10

11

0 I

10

11

0 I

2633

189
380

10

78

79

80

81

82

83

14

15

0 I

13

14

0 I

2632

D878

84

1107

85

86

87

27/
232

17/
232

88

89

90

3/
225

91

92

18/
232

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
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58

B175
4
36

0 I

1107

2609
2637

2617

2617

2617

380

189

C130

D708
C148

190
D709
190

2633
2637
2637

2611
2611
2611

C732
189
380

2612
2612
2612

C731

189
380

1107

C149

3500

1000
1010

2632
2632

2632
2610

190
D710
190

2610
2610

2644
2644
2644

C734
189
380

2645
2645
2645

C733

2600
2610

B501
D550

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17
2610

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18. MIRROR HEATING AND MIRROR ADJUSTMENT


MIRROR HEATING
If the mirror heating switch (C746) is engaged, a
voltage is applied to both heating elements
B017 (drivers side) and B018 (co-drivers side)
through fuse E044, wire 1208 and switch C746.
The mirror heating can only be engaged if the
contact relay is activated.
MIRROR ADJUSTMENT
The outside mirrors are adjusted using two
so-called joystick switches C695 (drivers side)
and C696 (co-drivers side). If the joystick is
moved from its rest position (centre) into a
certain direction, a voltage is applied to the
mirror-adjustment motor B005 (drivers side) or
B006 (co-drivers side) and the mirror concerned
will follow this movement.
The voltage for the left/right mirror adjustment
motor is supplied through wires 4770 and 4774
(drivers side) or wires 4771 and 4775
(co-drivers side). The voltage for the up/down
mirror adjustment motor is supplied through
wires 4772 and 4774 (drivers side) or wires
4773 and 4775 (co-drivers side).

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1010

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10

4775

B006

Y1

Y1

11

X1

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

B005

19

20

Y1

4774

Y1
3

X1

1208

1208

1208
21

X1

22

C744
4
36

23

24

0 I

25

C745
4
36

1208

26

27

197

C743
4
36

28

E044
29

4532

276

10A

196

26/400
1208
1208

196

D878

30

31

32

276
1

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

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4771

4771

197

277

4771

197

277

C695

4772

4774

C696

4770

1208
4532

1208

1208

197

277

4775

4775

4775

C746
B017

1208

4532

4773

4773

4773

4532

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18
277

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19. CONTROL LIGHTING


CONTROL LIGHTING
The control lighting consists of the lamps and
LEDs in the various function switches.
When the lighting switch (C622) is being
operated, a supply voltage will be applied to
relay G000 through fuse E084 and lighting
switch (C622), wire 2100.
Relay G000 is activated so that a voltage is
applied to the control lighting (wire 2630)
through fuse E117, causing it to light up.
When switch C622 is being operated, the
following lamps will light up:
B030, C072, C760, C802 (so-called functional
lighting).
The following switches will cause a LED to light
up:
C725, C726, C727, C731, C733, C734, C735,
C736, C737, C739, C740, C741, C742, C748,
C749, C750, C751, C752, C754, C761, C763,
C764, C765, C778 and C803.

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LIGHTING BUZZER
When the lighting switch (C622) is being
operated, a supply voltage will be applied to
relay G000 through fuse E084 and lighting
switch (C622), wire 2100.
Relay G000 is activated so that a voltage is
applied to the control lighting (wire 2630)
through fuse E117. This wire is also connected
to the electronic unit CWS-2 (D853), pin B12.
A signal from the door switch is also applied to
pin 5/396 of the electronic unit CWS-2 (D853). A
signal from the alternator (A502) is also applied
to the electronic unit CWS-2 (D853) (pin 6/396).
If no voltage is measured from the alternator,
the door is open (pin 5/396 of the CWS-2 is
connected to earth through lamp C062) and a
voltage is also applied from input 12/396, the
buzzer is activated.
VARIANTS
Location
37 Switch C737 is only used in XF-type
vehicles. Switch C738 is used in VF-type
vehicles.

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10A

14/403

1101

1101

1101

1101

2/231

1/231

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C775
7
10

E084

C622

2100

D609

286

281

176

C773
5
11

C727
2
11

2110

2110

B130
3
33

288

B129
3
33

28/401

10

176

12

C764
5
33

11

2110

2100

C775
4
10

22/401
2100
13

2100

2110

2110

2110

14

15

16

86 87A

85

1114
17

A040
1
42

87

30

18

19

E108
20

22

21

23

35/
232

50/
232

37/
232

1/
232

19/
232

G000
1114

2154

5/401

15A
32/402
1114
1114

24/401

2110

2110

2110

4510

380

2154

284

2003

D610

2110

1114

24

1114

25

0 1

D550

2101

27

28

26

2000

1114

2003
29

380
1

2003

2100

2029

2000
2000

380
2630
2630

D878

30

31

C765
32

33

34

35

36

2630
2630
37

38

39

40

2630
41

2630

42

12

43

21

44

E117
2630

45

46

47

3/400

2630

48

49

50

51

52

2630

2630

2630

53

1000
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4/231

1000
1010

C735

10A
2630
2630
2630

1/400
4510

27/400
2630

380
B030

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54

55

2630

56

2630

C731

57

58

59

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61

62

2630
2630

C752

63

64

65

2630
2630
66

C778
67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

II 0 I

77

78

79

80

2630
2630
81

82

83

84

II 0 I

85

C803
5
36

86

2630
87

88

89

90

91

92

2630

2630
13

93

189

94

2630

96

190

96

97

2630
2630

C751
98

99

2630
2630

21

176
C750

2630

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

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2630

D852
A15
6

D853
B12
7

C803

2630

2630

2630

2630

C072

2630

2630

2630

2630
2630

C733

D878

C726

2630
2630
2630
2630

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C736

19

C748

10
176

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2630
2630

2630
B

2630
1

2630
2630
1

D878

2630
B

2630
2630
B

2630
2630
B

2630
B

21

376
B

A
0

2630
2630
B

2630
B

C754

C740

C749

C739

C741

C802

C760

C725

C764

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107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

2630
2630

C763

2630
2630

C727

2630
2630
2630
2630

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376

19

C761

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20. HEATER FAN/ AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM


A voltage is applied to the heater fan switch
(C588) through the heater fan fuse (E031).
Depending on the position of this switch, the fan
will start operating.
The switch has five (5) positions:
Off:
Heater fan (B015) off.
Position 1: Fan at lowest speed setting (wire
4650), supply of heater fan (B015)
through three (3) resistors.
Position 2: Fan at somewhat higher speed
setting (wire 4651), supply of heater
fan (B015) through two (2) resistors.
Position 3: Heater fan in next to highest speed
setting (wire 4652), supply of heater
fan (B015) through one (1) resistor.
Position 4: Heater fan in highest speed setting
(wire 4653), relay G065 now
activated. This relay connects the
supply (wire 1201) to wire 4654 and
the heater fan. The relay is only
activated in position 4 (full supply
voltage heater fan B015).
AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM

10

SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE RECIRCULATION VALVE


If switch C802 (air-conditioning recirculation
valve) is activated, a voltage is applied to point 1
of relays G257 and G258. As a result, pin 2 of
recirculation-valve motor B252 is connected to
earth and simultaneously pin 1 of B252 is
connected to the positive voltage. This will
activate motor B252 and close the recirculation
valve.
If C802 is not activated, no voltage is applied to
both relays G257 and G258. As a result, the
direction of flow of the current through motor
B252 is reversed and the recirculation valve will
open.

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SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM


When the air-conditioning system is engaged
with switch C760, a voltage is applied to both
relay G279 and G267 through wire 4655, switch
E508 (air-conditioning compressor temperature
switch), E509 (air-conditioning high/low pressure
operating switch) and wire 4657.
As a result, the heater fan (B015) will start
operating in position 1 and the air-conditioning is
activated.
VARIANTS
Location
33 A round 4-pin black connector is attached
to the wiring harness coming from B043
(air-conditioning compressor). This
connector is not provided with a connector
number and is installed at the front (upper
centre) of the engine block.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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4655

4655

4656

4656

183

4657

4657

10

E509
12

13

11

1
4

4657

G279
14

15

4650

5054
16

3
4

17

18

4659

1201

B252

19

20

5053
3

21

1201

17

22

1201

23

24

25

21

376
26

12

27

1
4

1201

1201

28

15A
1

E031
29

30

14

1201

1201

DVB

31

32

33

5055
1

34

B043
35

36

37

4650

38

39

40

C588
1

41

42

4654
43

44

4658

45

85 87A

86

D852

46

47

87

30

G280
48

2622

49

16/202
2

50

51

52

B501
2
2

53

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1010

Electrical installation

376

397

E508

183

175

397

4657
4657

397

C802
1201

1201
1201
1201

1201

4659
4659
4659

4657

4657

376

4659

G257

4655

397

4657

1201

15/401

397
G267

1201
4656

G258

114
397

4650

16

4656

4656

4656

4651

4655

175

4652

376

397

5055
5055

4653
4654

1201

B015

1201
4654

D878

114

1316630/05

C052

2622
2622

2-92
397

20

2622

10
C053

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21. SEAT HEATING / MICROWAVE


SEAT HEATING
If the vehicle is switched to contact, a voltage is
applied through fuse (E091) (wire 1240) to
switch C697 and C698. Depending on the
temperature, the thermostat switch in the seat
closes and the heating elements start glowing.
MICROWAVE
A wire which leads to the 40A fuse is connected
to connection 1000 of the Pertinax block in the
central fuse box. The other side of this fuse is
connected to a connector leading to the
overhead-box. The microwave can be
connected to it.
VARIANTS
Location
18 In an XL cab, connector 180 is installed
under the central fuse cabinet. The cable
harness (wire 1175 and earth) to the
overhead box is not installed. For the XH
and XC versions these wires are located in
the central overhead box.

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1000

B010

50

1000

30

1000

G014
1
3

1000

10

1000

2/233

1000

1000

1000

31

11

12

B+

G015

1000

30

87

13

1000

1000

1010

114

1/233

1010

114

1000

1000

14

40A
15

1175

16

D+

17

19

180
18

1175

1010

20

A038
21

22

180
23

24

25

B042
1
22

26

27

D878

28

29

C698
30

187

12

31

32

33

34

35

1240
36

A043
37

38

185
1

39

21

40

C697
41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

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G525

A1 E168 A2
A502

286
288

1240
1240
1240

15A
25/400
1240
1240
1240

E091
187
B033

1240
1240

2-94
B032

10
185

1000

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22. SIGNAL HORN / CIGARETTE LIGHTER / WORK LIGHT / AIR DRYER


SIGNAL HORN
The signal horn on this vehicle is a so-called
electropneumatic signal horn.
It consists of an electrically controlled air valve
and a diaphragm.
If the signal horn is engaged by activating switch
C775 (connection between contacts 8 and 9), a
voltage will be applied to the air-horn valve
(B028) through fuse E030, wire 1104, switch
C775 and wire 4535. The air horn will
subsequently be activated.
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
If heating element B030 of the cigarette lighter is
activated, the heating element in the cigarette
lighter is heated. When the switch heating
(C622) is activated, both the ashtray lighting
(C072) and the rim around the cigarette lighter
will light up.
WORK LIGHT
If the contact is positioned in or past the
accessory position, the work light (C071) can be
lit using switch C725. The light is fed through
fuse E307 and accessory relay (G178). This
relay is activated, after which the voltage is
applied to both the work-light switch (C725) and
the work light (C071) through fuse E052
(work-light fuse). At the same time a warning
lamp on the DIP is also activated.
AIR DRYER
If the contact relay (G015) is activated, a
voltage will be applied to connection point 1 of
air dryer B042 through fuse E091 and wire
1240. Pin 4 is connected to earth. Depending on
the temperature, the air dryer heating element is
switched on or off.

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EL000123

1
2

1000
1010

2/412
4/412

1/412

1100

1100

15/402

19/402

15A

E037

1100

C539

6/412

1100

20/402

1130

1130

9
10

G003
86
10

11

1/402

87

12
13

11

1147

86 87A

32/400

G178

14

10/403

15
17

2155

16

115

29

0 I

D525
2
35

1147

2155

493

1147
1106

30

1147

2155

C071

10A

12/403

E027

18

1110

2155

19

176

1147

493

2155

1110

20

1101

10A

34/400

176

C725
1101

85

3/402

115

4/202
5/202

10/201

E052
1101

10A

14/403

21
22

D853
B15
7

E084

C775
7
10

2/239

23

1101

D852

24

0 I II

25

1/231

26

2100

4/231

10

2/231

C622

27
28

281

24/401

D609

29

2110

2110

286

30

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

C727
2
11

D610

31

28/401

33

176

C764
5
33

32

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

2110

B130
3
33

2110

176

2110
2110

288

2100

2110

284

D878

2110

2110

34

2100

2100

22/401

35
36
37
38

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

39

G000

40

2630

41
42

12

2630

2630

2630

2630

2101

C073

2630

10A

27/400

380

43

C072

E117

44

31

2630

45

B199
1
36

1181

1181

46

196

47

21

1181

1181

1181

1181

48

380

B030

49

A042
1
42

B200
1
36

1181

15A

35/402

E182

1181

380

1181

1181

50

D862
10
36

276

51
52

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1010

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54

55

1000
1010

57

1104

56

C736
8
36

58

59

60

281

18

380

C736
1
36

10A

29/402

1104

1104

13

61

12

62

1104

63

B028

1104

1104

1104

64

66

67

C151
1
16

65

1104

F616
1
14

G297
B3
34

281

1104

E030

C775

281

284

4535

4535

4535

189

1104
68

70

1240

69

A043
1
42

1240
71

72

185

B032
1
21

1240

15A
25/400
1240
1

1240
1

1240

E091
74

18
73

12

1240

286
288
B042

1240
75

76

187

B033
1
21

1240

9711

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284

22
288

77

78

79

80

D878

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

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286

5
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23. ABS / ASC


VARIANTS
Location
24 Connector A004 is only used in the case of
an FA. Connector A005 is used in the case
of an FT.
70 Connector 182 may not be connected. This
depends on whether or not an E-gas
system (D591) is installed.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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2-98

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A500

1000

B010

50

30

31

10

11

12

1000

1000

30

87

25A

B+

13

14

1000

15

D+

16

17

18

19

3428
20

21

22

321

23

24

25

3428

26

377

27

28

27

29

17/
395

31

32

12/
453

11/
453

30

18/
453

16/
453

10

6/
395

33

D853
34

10/
453

10A
35

36

37

1223

E040

D850

35/400

10A

115
1

3428

1000

1000

G014
1
3

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1119

A1 E043 A2
A502

3471

7/
395

321

1223

38

39

13/
453

14/
453

17/
453

15

7/
453

1223
1223

D878

40

41

1/403

42

43

4619

A021

G239
44

3/404
7

4619

1/233

1010

114

1000

1000

D804
11
30

6/
453

14

45

46

D587
21
26

13

47

C765
B
4

371

12/401
1119

E172
377
321

1288
1288
1288

377

21/403
4614

3425

48

4619

2/233

1000

A004

3472

3471

1010

115

377

3472

19/403

377
4614
3425
3425

3487
3487

377
377

4619
4619

377
191

G015
G525

49

380

21

50

41/
232

51

52

1000
1010

53

95XF series

G525

461

1010

4619

1000

D550

9711
3487

23

C737

5
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EL000125

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EL000126
54
55
56

57
58

17

4/
454

ZT 2

4620

377
4621

59

377

1224

60
61

62
63

ZT 2

BN 1

5/
455

8/
453

1225

11/401

10A

E041

1225

17/400

377

10A

E042

64
65

ZT 2

66
67

6/
456

BN 1

5/
456
3/
455

3460

3460

68

182

69
70

71

D591

72

9/
456

ZT 2

BN 1

8/
456

6/
455

3461

35/
333

3461

182

7/
333

73
74
75

76
77

19

2/
454

18

1/
454

4632

377
4633

377

78

12

21

79

3/
454

D850

80

D878

5056

377

1224

377

4/
455

4622

4628

321
4629

4630

321
4631

321

4632

282

9/
453

BN 1

16

4620

282
4621

282

4628

499
4629

321
4630

499

4632

285

4633

282
5056

282

5/
454

4620

285
4621

285
4622

321
4623

321
4628

4630

4631

499

4632

4633

285
5056

285

4620

1000
1010

4621

F512

4623

F513

4629

499

F514

4631

F515

4633

B256
5056

81
83

10

82

4634

4635

84
85

11

86
87
88

89
90

14

2/
456

13

1/
456

4640

321

91

17

92

3/
456

5058

321

9/
455

4640

499

4641

321
5058

499

8/
455

4634

321
321
5057

321
4640

4641

499

B258
5058

7/
455

4635

B257
5057

4641

2-100

23
10

93
94

96

4642

321

96

16

15

4642

499

4643

97

321

98

10

18

99

12

19

4/
456
1000
1010

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

11

12

7/
456

5060

321

12/
456

5059

321
4578

321
5060

499

11/
456

4642

4643

499
5059

499
4578

499
5060

10/
456

4643

B259
5059

4578

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24

Electrical installation

DEB

OPERATION
A voltage is applied to D813 (gearbox gate
safety electronic unit), D550 (ABS/ASC-D
electronic unit) and to contact 3 of relay G243
(engine brake micro relay) through fuse E019. If
the ABS/ASC-D electronic unit is not active, the
voltage is also applied to both switch C754
(engine-brake switch VF engine) and the Daf
Cummins Interface electronic unit. Depending
on the Daf Cummins Interface electronic unit or
the position of switch C754, relay G243 will be
activated and a voltage applied to valves B247
and B248.
If no Cummins Celect is present, relay G243 is
activated directly by CTE-2 (D550).

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10A

16/401

1202

E019

1/
134

1202

1202

D813

27/403

1202

10

11

55/
232

42/
232

12

D550
13

14

15

0 I

33/403
11

4092

4092

10

12

1316630/05
4

16

376
5

17

G525

B192
18

19

6/
334

7/
334

20

21

D804
22

23

24

35/403
25

G239
5
23

32/403
26

D878

G243
27

4093

28

18

D745
2

29

30

114

1202

4049

371
371

4092
4049
4049
4049

C754
376
114

4092
4092
4049
4049

24
4049

B247
31

32

5/401
33

4093

33/401
4093
4093

G004
86
11

31/401
34

B248

2-102
4093

10
114

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

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1010

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Electrical installation

25. VOITH RETARDER


OPERATION
The electronic unit of the Voith retarder (D870)
is fed behind the contact through fuse E029.
If the ABS is active, wire 4619 is switched to
earth by relay G239. As a result, the Voith
retarder is deactivated.
The Voith retarder switch (C799) is fed through
wire 4710 and is equipped with 4 outputs
(positions 1 - 4) which are connected to the
Voith retarder unit. These are the 4 brake
positions.
This is how the electronic unit controls the Voith
retarder valve (B298).
If the coolant temperature is too high (measured
by the coolant temperature sensor (F544)), the
retarder control reduces the retarder pressure
by reducing the current through the proportional
magnetic valve.
A warning lamp on the instrument panel DIP-3
(D852) indicates whether or not the retarder is
active. A signal is also supplied to the CTE-2
unit (D550) through wire 3420 to disengage the
cruise control when using the retarder.
There is a connection on the CTE-2 unit to
supply the speed signal through wire 3502. This
wire is also connected to the electronic unit of
the Voith retarder (D870).

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E029

465

1316630/05

12

1/
469

10

11

6/
469

12

13

14

5/
469

8/
470

15

16

4/
468

17

18

19

9/
469

D870

20

21

8/
468

22

23

6/
468

24

25

26

5/
468

4/
468

27

28

9/
468

29

3502
5

D802
22
34

30

31

10/
468

2/
470

32

33

34

35

37

38

13

41/
232

19/
232

3/
470

36

D813
3
13

465

39

40

41

42

43

44

G239
3
23

4619

D550
D804
11
30

4619

38/
232

3420

371

10A

18/400

1230

1230

1230

3420

45

6/200
46

47

D852

48

2/239
49

5/202
50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

3/
469

4887

1230

14

4887

2/
469

352

15/
468

4960

13/
468

352

1/
468

352

4960

5109

5109

5110
5110

1230

352
B298

G284

352

5111
3515
3515

352
F544

3420
3516
3516

3542
3542

352

352
F620

4711
4711

3543
3543

4712

471

471

1230

471

4712

4713
4713

4714
4714

445
471

3420

1230

471

3502
4710
4710

3502
3502
4710
4710

4619

4619

465
471

3502
4619

465

16/200
11/200
4619

D878

5/200

2-104
403

25

4619

10
C799

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26. ZF INTARDER
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

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2-105

16/200

11/200

10

5/202

2/239

6/200

11

12

13

4619

15

16

18

19

20

21

22

24

25

4/
338

12/
338

21/
338

23

461

5/
338

D802
22
34

26

3420
27

28

29

13/ 25/
338 338

15/
338

15

30

16

31

32

12

33

34

14

35

36

37

38

39

21

11

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

8/
338

9/
338

22/
338

10/
338

18/
338

14/
338

23/
338

D587

3/
338

2/
338

47

1/
338

48

49

50

1230
8

464
8

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

14

4619

EL000129

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13

4619
17

4619

D550
G239
3
23

4619

41/
232

461

3502
19/
232

371

D804
11
30

5/200

3420
38/
232

403

4619

3502
3502

3502
5

328

445

4619

12/
395

328

4888

D813
3
13

4960

D852

328

3420

4887

461

3502
3515

4888

4883

461

B089

4960

464
4711

3515

328
F544

461
4887

464
4712

3516

328

3417
3417

4883

328

3516

D853

4711

464

3420

B088

4712

4713

1230

D878

A021

4713

10A
4714
4714

18/400
1230
1230

464

E029
461
464

2-106
1230

26

1230

10
C799

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27. AGS
VARIANTS
Location
6 Connector 373 may not be connected. This
depends on whether or not an ECAS
system (D851) is installed.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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F000
1
28

10A

12

F087
1
38

3410

10

11

12

13

F033
2
6

16/400

D851
25
34

32

14

15

16

17

18

1211
19

20

9/
396

14/
396

21

6/
253

23

3470

22

13

24

25

26

11/
253

1/
253

5/
253

4/
395

1
4

3402

4/
253

12

27

28

29

D806

D591
19
34

12/400
2/
253

F000
2
28

11

30

31

9/
253

32

17

33

34

15A
35

3/
253

12/
253

E157
36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

STOP

1211

14/400
3410

14/401

7/200

3/200

8/200

4/200

3432

1211

3432

1211

373

20/200

15/200

3403

15/201
1/202
3438

1211

D852

1211

3403

1211
1211

115

3438

3469
3470

1211

D853
A021

1211

E035

1211

115

3410

3410

3410

1/254

G240

378
286

3402

13/400
3452
3452
4764
4764

9010

D878

B170

3468
3468
2/254

1316630/05
4/254

286

27
9010

10
286

18/401

2-108
1262

1000
1010

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000130

9711

5
95XF series

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

28. E-GAS 3
VARIANTS
Location
24 Connector 373 may not be connected. This
depends on whether or not an ECAS
system (D851) is installed.
81 This depends on the speed-limiter type.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

9711

2-109

7/402

8/402

22

C020
1
14

10

D759
1
14

87
4601

30

11

12

13

14

15

D721
16

17

18

19

3402

1316630/05
20

10A
2

21

22

1211

23

24

16/400

1211

D806
1
27

25

26

27

28

29

30

F033
2
6

32

D851
25
34

STOP

F087
1
38

1211

3410

31

3410

32

33

34

3004

D852

115

12

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

14/
395

EGAS

9/
396

14/
396

42

D853
43

44

1234
45

3/
223

4/
224

46

3514
47

B7

B501
48

25

50

D805
B7
29

49

10

51

378

52

3475

3004

3435

3514

1234

53

3452

1000
1010

Electrical installation

E013

E511

10A

6/402

4602

86 87A

5/401

3402

E035
F000

85

G036

115

4601

4601

4601

D722
26/401
3475

34/401
3475

32/401
3402

12/400
3402

14/401
1211
3402
9/200
5/200

1209

4602

7/200
3/200

3402

1211

3475

1211

373

1211
3410

1211

3432

14/400
3410
3410

1211
8/200
4/200
3432

20/200
15/200
3403

15/201
1/202
3438

371

1209

115
3438

3403

D878

12/202

G240

1211
1211
3435

28

3004
3004

3514
3514

2-110
336

10
3514

1000
1010

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000131

9711

1316630/05

54

15A

23/400

1234

3475

56

57

378

58

59

16/
334

3004

55

E143

1234

17/
334

60

61

62

63

64

1234

4697

336

371

11

D804

A021
65

D805
C26
30

66

14

7/
307

6/
307

67

15

68

4696

69

70

4697

4697

D529

1234

3/
334

19/
334

1234

4697

1234

371

3435

4696
4697

1234

371

185
185

18

44/
333

50/
333

4696
71

19

4697
72

30/
333

11/
333

3514
73

3435

378
378

1234

4697

3435

3004
74

75

20/
333

31/
333

19/
333

16

76

78

13/
232

43/
232

77

6/
232

3004

13/400
3452
3452
4682

3004

4697

3435

3514

378

378
79

378

4682

80

25/
232

28/
333

4686

1234
1234
1234

1234

81

398
82

83

Bn

38/
333

Zt

21

84

85

176

Bw
6

398
D591

5052

4693

3452

D550

D878

4686

378
4686
4686

86

88

89

SP

54/
333

25/
333

9/
333

55/
333

SP

87

26/
333

36/
333

27/
333

37/
333

C748
B
15

398
2/344

1234

398
407

398

4677

5/344

4678
90

91

F531

SPS

3/344

4684
4684
4684

C776
398

1000
1010

92

SK

93

SK1

94

96

1/
333

3/
455

97

98

22/
333

51/
333

23/
333

52/
333

24/
333

35/
333

3/
333

96

4/
333

7/
333

6/
455

1000
1010

99

B007

IPS

IP

SK

SK

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

IP

95XF series

407

398
407
E575

4693

4691
4691

4692
4692
4679

182
2/313

4680
1/344

3460
3460

3461
3461
4670

1/313

4671

D850
4672
7/313

4681
7/344

182
4673
6/313

4674
5/313

4675
3/313

9711
4676

28

4/313

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

10

EL000132

2-111

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

5
95XF series

29. ECS-DC
VARIANTS
Location
11 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF.
75 This depends on the speed-limiter type.
98 In the case of an XF engine, component
F501 (speed sensor) is connected here. In
the case of a VF engine, the connection is
loose.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

2-112

9711

9711

29

1316630/05

2-113
EL000133
1
2

1000
1010

3
4

D804
19
30

A500

1234

1234

1234

B501
3
2

1234
1234

1234

23/400

371

D591
28
28

1234

1234

15A

E143
1234

378

31

G525
9

1000

10

30

1000

1000

11

50

12

27

4002

4009

13

114

C539
2
1

B010

14

C21 C20

10

15
16

36

4691

22/335

B12

4691

336

12/335

A/537

1000

E160
C/537

1000

E161

18

19

C26

1234

1234

20

5052

22

15

23

3053

3053

24

336

25
27

4083

28

D804
14
30

B01

17

B10

26

C18

3055

3056

336

29

32

30

B18

B05

15

D804
24
30

3054

31
32

F571

39

B11

B06

20

D804
28
30

3059

336

33

33

34

B19

B09

21

D804
27
30

3060

35
36
37
38

D804
34
30

10

B08

B25

19

D804
31
30

D804
35
30

11

B27

B16

18

D804
32
30

3057

336
3058

336

D804
30
30

3056

3054

3059

3060

3057

3058

39

40

A12

B04

13

D804
23
30

3052

336

D804
29
30

3055

16

B02

30

B13

4083

C738
5
30

443

21

D805

336

13/355

6/358

336
1/335

5/335

336
6/335

9/335

336
16/335

25/335

3052

D804
26
30

2/335

10/335

18/335

11/335

19/335

27/335

8/335

4/335

D878

4677

4679

4678

3048

3048

336
3047

3047

336

14

4083

4083

3061

4677

4679

4678

4692

B22

37

17

443
4692

4/358

4692

443
4083

192
4083

336

7/343

2/343

3048

C22 C23

4691

4692

336

443
4693

C776
4083

371
4083

4083
1/343

F571

336
3/343

336
5/343

336

3047

41

A17

3047

42

F566

43

A21

3048

44

45

A25

F561

G196

47
48

A03

4082

29

7/358

4082

336

50

4081

4081

51

A18

336

G195

D804
21
30

8/358

28

49

G194

F504

3/358

D804
22
30

1/358

A06

46

A031

3062

52

1000
1010

53

95XF series

Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

54

55

56

57

58

59

A05 A23 A27

F609

C03 C12

60

61

62

63

64

C11 C02

65

66

67

68

A02 A26 A04

C15 C06

A14 A11 A15 A01

C05 C14

F555

C01 C10

F558

B135

D805

69

70

71

72

A22 A07 A13

C13 C04

B136

73

A09

74

9/358

B134

75

B07

25

76

77

78

B501
B7
2

D591
11
28

10

C09

79

80

C25

81

C27

82

83

C16

84

9011

B133

85

B173
86

B17

87

88

336

B132

89

90

91

92

93

94

D852

3/201

B131

F503
2/358
3063

7/335
3514
3514
3514

336
371
378

3514

1316630/05
3514

B
9011
9011

17/335
3003
3003

29

3003

2-114
96

371

10
3003

D524

3003
96

114
97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

Electrical installation

G525

1000
1010

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000134

9711

5
95XF series

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

30. DCI
VARIANTS
Location
70 This depends on the speed-limiter type.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

9711

2-115

1234

1234

D591
28
28

1234

23/400

1316630/05

Bw

Zt

176

21

E040

Bn

10

443

D850
17
23

15

D850
7
23

1/403
11

12

1/
334

10/
334

13

15

11/
334

13

17

4619

16

371

19/
334

14

D587
21
26

18

19

20

21

1/
134

E019
22

1202

1202

23

24

25

26

27

28

25/
232

41/
232

42/
232

29

12/
334

30

31

55/
232

D550
32

D804

33

34

35

36

371

6/
334

4049
37

10

376
38

39

4049

0 I

40

11

41

4092

42

43

7/
334

44

45

B247
1
24

46

47

G243
18

48

D745
49

31/401
B248
1
24

G004
86
11

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

C748
B
15

D805
4
29

B501
3
2

1234

15A

378

1223

21/403

G239
35/403

10A

1234

1234

1234

1234

1234

1234

4619

10A
16/401
1202

1202

27/403

4619

D813

E143

371

336

1202

1223

4049

35/400

1223

443

1234

4619

443

4092
4092

4614

1223

1234

376
C754

19/403

377

4684

461
4619

377

4614

E575

30
4684

371

3/403
4619
4619

4686
4686

4049
4049
4049

33/403
4092
4092

D878

4093

32/403
4093
4093

4093

33/401

114

2-116
4093

10
5/401

1000
1010

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000135

9711

54

55

13/
334

14/
334

14

56

57

15

26/
334

14

D805
13
29

F571
1
29

3061

4693

4693

4693

3053

58

16

60

30

4083

59

336

29/
334

17

D805
10
29

61

30/
334

F571
1
29

62

63

D805
2
29

15

64

24/
334

20

66

19

28/
334

D529
7
33

65

336

D805
6
29

68

69

11

16/
334

17/
334

18

32/
334

D805
16
29

27/
334

21

D591
44
28

67

D805
9
29

3060

D805
5
29

70

71

D805
25
29

13

72

74

23/
334

73

D805
4
29

31/
334

19

3058

D805
1
29

75

D805
27
29

11

2/
334

35/
334

41

76

77

3048
78

A031
A
29

79

D805
8
29

10

3/
334

34/
334

80

81

82

D853
A14
7

D591
30
28

A031
B
29

83

D805
H
29

29

84

20/
334

22/
334

85

D805
G
29

21/
334

28

4081

D878

4082

D805
F
29

3055

3055

3054
3054

3059
3059

3053

371

192

336

3058

3056

3056

336

336

4083

4083

371

192

C738

336

4083

4083

4083

4083

4083

1000
1010

4697

336

3060
4697

378

3052

3048
3048
3048

3057
3057
4697
4697

336
4697
4697

336
371

336

3052

A021

336
336

3047
3047
3047
3435
3435

9011
9011
9011

336
371
378

3435

336

4081

3047
3435

336

4082
13

20

371
2

86

87

114

4080
4080
4080

9711

1316630/05
G525

D804
88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

G525

30
B192

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

10

EL000136

2-117

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

5
95XF series

31. ASL-V
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

2-118

9711

4697

11

16/
334

4697

12

B7

3/
223

10

371

11

D529
7
28

10

19

4697

23/
305

13

14/
305

21/
305

4697

1/
305

D804

19/
334

371

4697

17/
334

1234

1234

15A

23/400

1234

1234

1234

E143

434

4697

1000
1010

14

434

B501
15

16

17

19

12/
305

24/
305

22/
305

11/
305

10/
305

6/
455

2/
305

18

3/
455

15/
305

D597

3514

25

D805
B7
29

3514
3514

1234
3514

336
371
4670
2/314

4671
1/314

1234

434
185

182

4672
20

21

B011

IP

7/314

3514

3460
3460

3461
3461
4673
22

IPS

6/314

1316630/05

A021

23

IP

24

D850
25

26

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

4697

182

9711
4674

31
5/314

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

10

EL000137

2-119

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

5
95XF series

32. ASL-G
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

2-120

9711

4788

11

4788

433

4697

20

16/
334

17/
334

4697

371

10

4697

7/
441

8/
441

371

19/
334

1234

1234

4697

1234

A021

1000
1010

D804

4788
11

19

12

8/
135

13

E143
14

433

15A
D529
7
28

4697

23/400

433
4697

10

7/
135

15

B7

3/
223

16

9/
135

17

19

6/
135

5/
135

18

D809

3514

25

D805
B7
29

3514
20

3514

1234
3514

1234
1234
1234

185

433
4670

3514

B501
4671

336
371
21

B174

9711

1316630/05
2/136

32
4697

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

1/136

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

10

EL000138

2-121

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation
33

5
95XF series

HEADLIGHT-HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT

Operation
See also the detailed drawing.
Rear/side marker and parking lights position
A voltage is applied to connection point 2 of the
lighting switch (C622) through fuse E084 and
wire 1101. If a connection is made (contacts 2
and 1) with switch C622, a voltage is applied
through wire 2100 to contact 85 of relay G000
(rear light/ side-light). Once the relay is
activated, a connection is made between points
30 and 87. As a result, a voltage is applied
through relay G000, wire 2101, fuse E117 and
wire 2630 to connection point A of switch C764
(potentiometer for headlight-height adjustment).
Only the LED in the switch will now light up.
Dipped beam position
If a connection is made between contacts 2 and
4 with switch C622, a voltage is applied through
fuse E084, wire 1101, switch C622, wire 2110 to
B129 (left-hand side headlight-height adjustment
motor), connection point 3, B130 (right-hand
side headlight-height adjustment motor) and
C764 (headlight-height adjustment
potentiometer). Depending on the position of
C764 (headlight-height adjustment
potentiometer), the motor in the headlight is
activated. The motor will remain active until an
electric state of balance is achieved. This state
of balance is the actual difference of voltage
between wires 2110 and 4953 of C764, B129
and B130. This difference of voltage should be
equal for all three components.

10

2-122

9711

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Electrical installation

C622
B129 / B130
+

+
G

C764

C764

UG
[%]
UB

10

100

65

80
60
40
20

5.2

[mm]

K100380

9711

2-123

10

2110

2110

2110

C775
4
10

11

284

C727
5
11

288

C727
2
11

12

13

2110

2110

2110

2100

14

176

15

16

17

18

19

20

C763
B
6

C727
B
11

21

22

2630

C727
A
11

21

87

86 87A
M

30

85

2101

C763
A
6

23

24

C725
B
22

176

25

26

16

2630

27

2110

4953
14

11

28

2630

18

12

29

30

176

31

32

4953

33

2630

34

14

2630

35

36

37

18

12

E117
1

38

B130
39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

14/403

1101

24/401

2100

281

176

286

10A

0 I II

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C775
7
10

2110

D609

2154

5/401

D610

28/401

2154

22/401
2100
2100

G000
2630

1101

1101

1101

2/231

1/231

4953

E084

C622

4/231

281
284

2100

C764

D878

B129

10A

286
288

2110

2110

2110

4953
4953

2110

176

284

4953
4953

27/400
2630
2110

2-124

1316630/05
281

33
288

10
286

1000
1010

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

34A. ECAS 2 (4X2)


VARIANTS
Location
80 For vehicle type FA: component B250
For vehicle type FT: component B238
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

9711

2-125

F000
1
28

10A

14/401

12

3410

16/400

1211

10

11

STOP

1211

12

D806
1
27

32

F033
2
6

13

14

D852
15

1211

16

17

18

19

20

20/
395

9/
396

14/
396

12/400
F000
2
28

21

22

23

50/
333

44/
333

19/
333

24

25

26

27

28

14

18

29

30

15

7/
307

6/
307

2/
307

20

4/
307

17

3/
307

18

1/
307

19

31

32

D529
33

4697

34

35

371

11

36

37

38

17/
334

16/
334

4731

4734

D804
39

4697
40

41

42

43

44

9009

45

46

C742
1
34A

47

48

23/
446

4/
446

3/
446

12

13/
340

2/
446

11/
446

18

10

25/
446

C741
7
34A

20

49

50

51

14/
446

D851

52

1221

53

1000
1010

Electrical installation

F087
1
38

8/200

1211

15/201

14/400
3410

E035

1211

115

1211
1211

1211

373

7/200

3/200

3410

3410

3410

115

20/200

15/200

3403

4/200

3432

3432

378

3403

1/202
3438
3438

1211
1211

G240
13/400
3452
3452

3402

185

1211

9108

3431

185

1221
9108

185
378

3402

D853
4697

373

4696

3431

D591

D878

343

185

4734
4696
4696
4696

373

185

4731
4697
4697
4697

3432
4732
4732

185
378

373
4731
4732

A021

376
C740

4697

373
4734
4756
9009

4697

3431
4756
4756

2-126

1316630/05

9009

34A

376

10
9009

1000
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54

55

1221

1221

1221

57

58

59

9009

60

20

7/
446

F615
1
34A

C741
1
34A

115

19/
446

21

56

321

347

1000
1010

1221

F612

61

62

376

C739
3
37

2
9009

63

10A
2

18/
446

1/
446

29

64

11

E062
9/401
1221
1221
1221

1221

1221

F613

347

4739

4739

4739

321

347

65

66

67

68

6/
444

D851

4727

1221

4736

4736

4736

69

70

F614
71

D587
5
26

10/
446

12/
446

4751
5

72

73

D813
3
13

4751

373
321
347

9009
9009
9009

356
348

356
348

3502
3502
3502

461
373
356
348

4751

74

75

76

4740

3502
21
446

19/
232

22

4740
24

77

79

28

12

78

20/
446

D550
3

4740

3502
4740
4740

4737
4727

356
348
B166

321
347

80

8/
446

D878

23

4741
6

4741

4742
4742

4740

9009
9009
9009

1316630/05
348

321
347

4742

321
1

81

82

347

9711
4741

34A
321 347

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

B250

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

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Electrical installation

5
95XF series

34B. ECAS 2 (6X2)


SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

10

2-128

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2-129
EL000148
1

A500

2
3

1000

B010

50

G014
1
3

1000
7

30

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

2/233

1/233

1000

10

31

11

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

1010

1000

1000

1000

G525

13

B+

G015
1000

29/400

14

1000

1000

10

12

30

87

G525

15

D+

F000
1
28

16
17
18

F087
1
38

12

3410

3410

3/200

7/200

1211
1211

A502
3410

14/401

1211

19

115

20

3410

3432

10A

E035

8/200

4/200

1211

3432

1211

21

445

22

20/200

15/200

16/400

23

STOP

1211

24

1211

25

D806
1
27

26

F033
2
6

32

3438

15/201

1/202
L

28

D878

1211

27

115

1211

3403

3438

D852

29

14/400

3410
30

31
32

20/
395

9/
396

1211
1211

33

G240
!

3403

14/
396

3431

34
35

50/
333

D853

36

19/
333

3452

3452

13/400

3452

44/
333

445

4697

4696

37
38

F000
2
28

3431

3402

3402

378

D591

12/400

39
40

20

2/
307

1221

41

185

42

18

14

6/
307

3/
307

18

4696

185

4734

43

185

44

19

15

7/
307

4/
307

17

4697

46

4697

45

185

1/
307

9108

185
4696

378
4697

378

9108

4696

4697

4731

185

D529
10A

48

E051

49
50

51

17/
334

4697

16/
334

371

11

47

30/400

4697

4697

4732

52

4732

3432

3431

4731

4734

1221

53

1000
1010

D804

1117

445
A021

95XF series

Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

54

56

57

9009

58

20

376

59

2/
340

34/
340

60

61

3431

62

1221

4732

33/
340

445

63

4/
340

64

115

21/
340

65

66

P
U

67

32

68

69

9009

21

70

71

72

73

9009

20

8/
340

25/
340

D802

5/
340

9/
340

6/
340

1/
340

445

20/
340

10

1221

1221

74

75

13

76

2
9009

1221

77

24/
340

11

29

11

78

79

80

16/
340

17/
340

27/
340

C741

19/
340

19

ll 0 I

9009

81

82

83

12

84

85

86

11/
340

87

23/
340

26/
340

15

9009

18

88

89

C740

90

91

92

4740

D587
5
26

22

93

94

96

24

96

23

97

98

34

99

28

12

321 347
100 101 102 103 104 105 106

10

23

12/
340

30/
340

13/
340

31/
340

19/
232

15/
340

22/
340

D813
3
13

1000
1010

Electrical installation

55

4732

3432

3431

445

4734

347

4731

10A
4753
1221
1221

4757

E062

1117

321
347

4734

1221

4753
4753
4753

4731

1221

F569

4735

9/401

321
347

445

1221

1221

F526

445

1117

4732

376

4739
4739
4739

321
347

445

1221

445
4736
4736
4736

4757

9009

F527

4735
4727

4757

C742
376
356
348

4756

D878

F614

C739
3
37

9009

4751

376
9009

4756
4756

4727

356
348

9009

321
347

4740

9009

9009

321
347

4735

356
348

321
347

9009
9009
9009
9009

4755

4751

4727

321
347

376

4751

4742
4740

4740
4740

4740

321
347
4742

356
348
B166

4742

3502

4741

321
4755

4741
4741

B253

1316630/05

348

3502
3502
3502

461
445

3502

4755

D550

4754
4754

2-130
347

34B

4754

10
B254

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1010

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Electrical installation

35. CONVERTER/RADIO
The following description of operation and
installation is merely advisory.
Read the manufacturers installation
instructions supplied with the radio.
If the contact switch (C539) is activated in
accessory position 1, pin 1 is connected to pin 6
(wire 1100 to wire 1130). As a result, relay G178
is activated. A voltage is now applied to pin 2 of
the voltage converter (D525) through the
contacts of relay G178 and fuse E027.
The converter reduces this voltage to a 12V
voltage and applies it to point 4 (D525).
This 12V voltage is fed to the radio (B185)
through wire 1108.
The radio is equipped with one antenna
connection and two loudspeaker outputs used to
connect loudspeakers B024 and B025. Two
filters for the loudspeakers can also be
connected to the radio. To each of these filters
(B186 en B187) two loudspeakers can be
connected (B178, B179 and B180 and B181).
The 12V output (pin 4) of the converter (D525)
can also be connected to a CB transmitter
(B026) to provide it with a supply voltage.
VARIANTS
Location
29 The converter should be connected to the
existing wiring to feed the memory function
(wire 1107). This can be done using a
voltage converter. This converter can be
obtained as an accessory.
37 Wire No. 2630. This wire should be
connected to one of the control lighting
switch wires.
31 Wire No. 1108. This wire should be
connected to wire 1108 coming from the
24/12V converter.

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1
2
3
G015
85
1

B010
50
1

2/412
4/412

6/412

1/412

1100

1100

15/402

5
6

1130

19/402
20/402

1130

8
9

86 87A

10

1/402

11

87

12

10/403

30

G178

13
14

12V

24V

1106

85

2/427

1147

4/427

15A

E037
1100

C539

4002

1000
1010

4001

1100
1130

3/402

1147

1147
1/427

10A

12/403

15

E027

16

1108

1147

17

1110

32/400
1147

3/427

D525

10A

34/400

18

176

E052

19

C725
5
22

1110

20
21

12

12V

1108

190

190

194

10

22

1108

B026

23
24
25
26

12

27

1108
1108

7/424

28
29

13

D878

12V

4540

185

189

4540

B024
4542

4542

426

8/424

30

185
7

31

4541

32

1107

4541

187

B025

426

1107

33

4543

4543

E028

34
35

L1

4827

36

B185

2630

37

L1

86 87A

85

194
4828

38
39

L2

B186

1108

30

87

12V

194
4829

40

G231

41

L2

4830

42

194

43

17

44

4831

R1

4831

194
6

46

4832

R1

18

45

194
4832

48

4833

R2

19

47

194
4833

B187

194
4833

15A

15/403

187
4827

4828

B178
4829

194
4830

B179
4831

4832

B180

194
8

50

4834

51

190

4834

R2

20

49

190
4834

B181

194

52

1000
1010

53

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Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
36

Electrical installation

AUTOMATIC WINDOWS / ROOF HATCH / CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING

AUTOMATIC WINDOWS, DRIVERS SIDE (OPENING)


(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the automatic window switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G030 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4526). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G031. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the automatic
window on drivers side will open.
AUTOMATIC WINDOWS, DRIVERS SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the automatic window switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G031 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4527). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G030. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the automatic window
on drivers side will close.
AUTOMATIC WINDOWS, CO-DRIVERS SIDE (OPENING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the automatic window switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G028 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4522). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G029. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the automatic
window on co-drivers side will open.
AUTOMATIC WINDOWS, CO-DRIVERS SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the automatic window switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G029 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4523). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G028. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the automatic window
on co-drivers side will close.

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AUTOMATIC WINDOWS, CO-DRIVERS SIDE
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
The automatic window control using C744 on
the co-drivers side is similar to the automatic
window control on the drivers side. When
switch C744 (connection between contacts 4
and 2) is engaged, relay G028 is activated
through switch C743 (contacts 5 and 2) and the
motor (B004) will open the automatic window.
When switch C744 (connection between
contacts 4 and 1) is engaged, relay G029 is
activated through switch C743 (contacts 3 and
1) and the motor will operate clockwise and
close the automatic window.
The automatic windows will only function if the
contact is switched on.

31

31

B199

DL

CL

DO

CO

B200

1000
E182
(10A)

10

5061

5062

30B

1181

4537

4538

30B

10

1181

B
driver co driver lock all
door open

2-134

C803

2630

5063

8
5061

5118

2609

2600

D862

0I

5/3

K100385

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

ROOF HATCH, OPENING


If the roof-hatch switch (C736) is used to make
a connection between contacts 2 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 1 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 1 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4761.
The roof hatch will open.
ROOF HATCH, CLOSING
If the roof-hatch switch (C736) us used to make
a connection between contacts 8 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 7 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 2 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4760.
The roof hatch will close.
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING, CO-DRIVERS
SIDE (STANDARD)
Purpose:
To lock the co-drivers side door using
button/key or switch (C744). The driver can
lock/unlock the co-drivers side door from behind
the steering wheel.
Central door locking motor, co-drivers side
(B200):
The motor has two (internal) switches, i.e.:
a stroke-end switch (always reverses at
end of stroke) (lower drawing);
a switch which is mechanically connected to
the locking button (always reverses at the
beginning of the upward or downward
movement of the locking button) (upper
drawing).
Note:
A mechanical connection consisting of a linkage
mechanism between the cylinder lock and the
locking button will remain.
Starting position: door unlocked (see
drawing).
The door is locked using the button/key.
The mechanical linkage reverses the upper
switch directly. As a result, a current will
flow through the fuse (E162), the
connection (30b), the motor, the lower
switch and the upper switch through
connection 31 to earth. The mechanical
linkage between the motor and unlock
button will move the button down.
Having reached the lower position, the
stroke end switch reverses.

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The same occurs during unlocking. The
direction of rotation of the motor is the
same. The position of the switches is
different, however. The power between
motor/lock button is transmitted through a
lever/connecting rod mechanism.
-

The door is locked using the switch (C774).


If the spring-loaded switch (C774) makes a
connection between connections 5/3 and 7,
point DL of (B200) is connected to earth.
One brief moment is sufficient to start the
motor moving. Because there is a
mechanical linkage between the motor and
the lock button, the upper switch will
reverse immediately afterwards. A current
will flow until the stroke-end switch breaks
the circuit.

The door is unlocked using the switch


(C774). To this end, connection DO is
briefly connected to earth. The action is the
same, except that the switches resume
their other position once the locking button
has moved upwards.

10

5118

5062
5061

B200

DL
DO

C774

2630

G723

31

I 0 II
1000
5/3

E182
(10A)

30B

1181

K100383

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical installation

Variants:
36 If the standard version is installed, the
drivers side central door locking (B199) and
the central door locking electronic unit
(D862) will also not be installed. In that
case cascade G723 is placed on connector
394, and switch C744 replaces switch
C803.
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING (OPTION)
Purpose:
To automatically lock both doors if one of
the doors is locked using the key/button.
To automatically lock both doors using the
alarm-system remote control (if available).
If one of the two doors is unlocked, only this
door will open while other door remains
locked.
Description of central door locking, drivers
side (B199) and central door locking motor,
co-drivers side (B200).
The description of both components is similar to
description B200 as above.
Starting position: both doors locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using the key.
This is the same as the standard version. The
other door remains locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using switch
C803.
If switch C803 is engaged (connection between
pin 1 and 3/5), connection CO of component
B200 is connected to earth. B200 is activated in
the same way as in the standard version.
Starting position: both doors unlocked.
Drivers side door locked using key/button.
The action is similar to that in the standard
version; in this case, however, unit D862 will
measure an earth signal through connection DL
(wire 4538) to pin 1. D862 now connects pin 2 to
earth, also activating B200. The co-drivers side
door is now also locked.

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Locking co-drivers side door using key/button.


The operation is the same as the operation
described above. However, unit D862 now
measures an earth signal at pin 2 and will,
therefore, connect pin 1 of component B199 to
earth. The drivers side door is now also locked.
Note:
If one or both door switches sends a positive
signal to pin 3 or 4 of unit D862, the
accompanying components B199 and/or B200
will not be activated.

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B175

17

10

C130
3
17

11

C736
16

12

12

C149
3
17

4706

13

14

2630

15

16

17

31
4

1
308

18

19

21

DO
2

3
DL

20

B200

1181

22

277

277

8/
394

2/
394

20

23

24

II 0 I

1181

6/
394

276

1181

25

26

15A
35/402
27

2630

1181
A

28

1181
29

9/
334

10/
394

30

4/
394

1181

D708
1
17

31

32

C063
1
17

34

35

483

2609
10

D862 !

1181

33

E515
2
17

196

36

37

38

39

3/
394

5/
394

383

40

41

42

2600
43

17/
232

4537
44

7/
394

4538
C062
1
16

45

46

47

2600

3
DL

48

49

5/
396

281

197

E514
1
16

1/
394

197
4537
50

2
DO
M

1181
51

31
4

1
308

1000
1010

52

53

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2630
2630

380

E182
C803

10A

4761

4761

1181

1104

1104

1104

191

II 0 I

380

E030

380

1104

189

4706

191

189

4706
4706

C733
B
17

277

1181

380

5062
5061

5062
5061
5061
5061

5118
5118

1181

380

1181

2609
2609

29/402

4761

189
190

4760

4760

4760

191
189
194

5063

B030
1
22

286

2609
2609
2609

2609
2609

2600
2600

A042
1
42

A040

E117
2
19

D550

D878

2600

4538
2600
2600

1000
1010

B199

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36

197

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55

1207

15A

17/401

56

58

59

60

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61

62

63

65

4525

64

66

276

67

68

86 87A

85

69

87

30

70

G029
71

72

276
73

4520
74

276
75

4521
76

276
77

78

4520

4521

C696
4
18

79

1208

80

81

82

1208

83

84

85

C695
4
18

86

87

88

86 87A

85

C746
1
18

89

87

30

90

196

91

92

93

94

96

196
96

97

98

1233

4529

86 87A

85

87

30

99

4525

E034

196

G031

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

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1207

E033

57

276

1207

87

86 87A

276

30

4524

85

4522

4522

4524

4520
3

C743
B004

4521

G028

4523
4523

4521

196

E044
196

10A
26/400
1208
1208
1208
1208

196

276

196

1208

C744

1208
4520

4526
4526

1208
4528

D878

G030

1208

1207

C745
B003

1207

4525
4525

4528
1233

4527
4527

36

1233

15A
35/401
1233

2-140
1233

10

54

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37. MECHANICAL LIFTING GEAR


Lifting:
A voltage is applied to the lifting gear switch
(C739), the electronic unit of the lifting gear
(D503) and the approximation switch for axle
load protection of lifting gear (10 tonnes) (E507)
through fuse E062 and wire 1221.
If the switch is switched into the lifting position
(connection between points 3 and 1), valve
B071 (lifting-gear lifting valve) will be activated
through wire 4550. A voltage is also applied
through contacts 30 and 87a of relay G066
(lifting-gear take-over relay). As a result, the
lifting-gear motor relay (G052) will be activated,
thus activating the lifting-gear pump motor
(B073).
If the pressure has increased to 160 bar, the
control switch for lifting-gear oil-pressure limit
switch (E524) will be activated, thus activating
the lifting-gear take-over relay (G066) as a
result of which the contact of this relay will
switch from connection 30/87a to connection
30/87.
This will switch off the lifting-gear pump motor
(B073) and the pressure will fall to below
160 bar, so that the control switch for the
lifting-gear oil-pressure limit switch (E524) will
resume its neutral position.
If the switch on the dashboard is released, the
supply is disconnected and everything returns to
the starting position so that no more lifting takes
place.
Lowering:
Manual control:
A voltage is applied to the lifting gear switch
(C739), the electronic unit of the lifting gear
(D503) and the approximation switch for axle
load protection of lifting-gear (10 tonnes) (E507)
through fuse E062 and wire 1221. If the switch
is switched into the lowering position
(connection between points 7 and 1), a voltage
will be applied to point S1 of the lifting gears
electronic unit (D503). This unit will apply a
voltage to point 87 for 2,5 minutes.
If within this 2,5 minute period the
dashboard switch is engaged again, the
electronic unit will reset and another 2,5
minute period will start.

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As a result, the lifting-gear motor relay (G052)


will also be activated, thus activating the
lifting-gear pump motor (B073). The motor is
activated through D623, relay G066 (connection
between points 30 and 87a) to connection point
85 of relay G052. At a pressure of 160 bar, the
oil-pressure limit switch (E524) switches off the
lifting-gear pump motor (B073) through relay
(G066) and relay (G052).
During the 2,5 minute period, the trailing axle
cannot be lifted as the 4/2 valve (B072) remains
activated. This valve should be in the
non-activated position (see hydraulics diagram).
Automatically:
If the axle pressure of the driven axle exceeds
10 tonnes, the trailing axle is lowered
automatically.
10-TONNES AXLE LOAD PROTECTION
If the driven rear axle is loaded with a weight of
10 tonnes or more, a signal is sent by the
approximation switch for axle load protection
(E507) to input S2 of the lifting gear electronic
unit. The signal sent by the approximation
switch for axle load protection (E507) to S2
should last for at least 10 seconds before the
lifting gear electronic unit (D503) will activate the
valve (B072) and the lifting-gear pump motor
(B073), so that the trailing axle is lowered. This
is to prevent the driven axle from exceeding the
legal maximum axle load maximum (10 tonnes).
VARIANTS
Location
5 This wire should be connected directly to
the battery.

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B010
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1

1000

1000
1010

4558

86

85

4558

E524

4557

10

12

86 87A

85

11

4558

4558

13

4557

4552

G066

14

15

4557

87

30

16

17

4552
1

18

D622
19

D612

4550

20

D611
21

4552
1

22

23

D623
24

4553

25

26

116

116

4553
27

28

4550

17

29

115
30

13

31

C741
1
34

32

ll 0 l

14

18

33

34

C739
35

4550

4552
4550
4550

36

19

1221

37

18

4555

376

B071

116

G052

38

376

31

87

S1

43

15

42

10A
87A

1221

52

40

1221

116

39

4553

41

E062
9/401
44

46

1221

1221

45

115

D613
116

4553

115
373

4550
4550
4550

4552
4552

116

D503

4552

B072
115

4553
4553

D878

47

1221

1221

48

185

373

515

1221

376
115
116

4554

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49

D529
1
34

D851
1
34

50

51

52

53

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G515

1/122

4552
4552

4555
4555
5/122

1221
1221
6/122
2/122

515

1221
1221
1221
1221
3/122
4/122

4555
4555

1221
1221

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515

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38. GEARBOX PTO


Operation
If the contact is activated, a voltage is applied to
the electronic unit CWS (D853) pin 14.
A voltage is then also applied to C750 and C751
(PTO control switch) through fuse E016 and
wire 1217.
If the PTO control switch (C750) is engaged, a
voltage will be applied to E570 (control switch
clutch/PTO N/10) and to contact 3 of relay
G259. Switch E570 will make a connection
between contacts 1 and 2. As a result, both
relay G259 will be activated and a voltage will
be applied to connection point 1 (through wire
4596) of B245. The relay will establish a
connection to connection point 1 of valve B245
through contacts 3 and 5.
If the PTO control switch (C751) is engaged, a
voltage will be applied to B246 (PTO control
valve). As a result, valve B246 is activated.
VARIANTS
Location
25 In the case of 4x2, connector 373 and unit
D851 are used.
In the case of 6x2, connector 445 and unit
D802 are used.
45 This depends on the speed-limiter type.
Connector 378 is used if the E-gas system
is applied.
Connector 433 is used if the ASL-G is
applied.
Connector 434 is used if the ASL-V is
applied.

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2

3
4

1209

7/402

1000
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4602

10A

E013

E511
5
6

1209

4602

6/402

7
8

86 87A

10

C020
1
14

22

8/402

10

11

D759
1
14

87
4601

4601

30

4601

115

85

5/401

4601

G036

12
13

D722

14

13/
396

26/401

15

34/401

16

D721

17

32/401

3402

3402

3475

3475
3475

D550

18
19

3402

3402

12/400

20

P
2

21

3402

9/200

1211

3402

5/200

10A

14/401

E035

23

1211

22

F000

3/200

7/200

16/400

24

1211

1211

1211

3410

25
26

F033
2
6

D851
25
34

3432

3432

8/200

4/200

D806
1
27

3438

1211

373

1211

27

!
20/200

15/200

28
29

STOP

D878

3403

30

32

31

3438

1211

15/201

1/202

32

1211

115

33

D852

34
35
36

9/
396

14/
396

3403

1211
1211

37
38

D853

39

3410
40
41
43

42

3410

3410

14/400

115

3410

118

12

3410

491

3410

F087

491

118

115

44

3410

45

46

19/
333

3452

3452

F088

G240

13/400

47

378

48

D591

49
50
51
52

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1217

10A

13/401

1217

1217

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56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

1217

65

66

D748
5
15

67

14

68

G015
86
1

0 I

1217

69

4594

70

71

74

75

285

281
73

10

12

72

18

4596

1217

B245
76

15

77

0 I
1

78

79

B246
80

81

D878

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

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E561
2
13

E501
2
12

B079
1
13

F006
1
15

376

D749
5
15

1217

176

4596

1217

4594
4594

C750
176
G259

1217

4596

1217

1217

1217

4596

4595

E016

115

118

1217

1217

1217

E570
282
285
525

4596
4596
4596

C751
176
282
285

4595
4595
4595

2-146
525

38
4595

10
525

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39. WIPE-WASH SYSTEM


WINDSCREEN WIPERS
If the vehicle is switched to contact (G015
activated), a supply voltage will be applied to
connection pin 4/411 of switch C776 through
fuse E025.
The driver now has three choices, i.e. interval,
speed I and speed II.
Speed I:
If switch C776 is set to position I, a voltage is
applied to pin 21 of the CTE-2 unit through fuse
E025 and contacts 1 and 2 of switch C776
(through wire 4500). Using a transistor switch,
the CTE-2 unit then internally connects pin 23 to
earth, activating relay G237. A supply voltage is
now applied to pin 5 of the windscreen-wiper
motor (B000) through relays G236 and G237.
This voltage runs through fuse E025, relay
G237 (contacts 5 and 3), wire 4506, relay 236
(contacts 3 and 4) and wire 4507.
Speed II:
If switch C776 is put into position II, a voltage is
applied to pin 46 of the CTE-2 unit through fuse
E025 and contacts 1 and 3 of switch C776
(through wire 4501). Using its transistor switch,
the CTE-2 unit now not only connects pin 23 but
also pin 52 to earth. Both relays G237 and G236
are now activated. A supply voltage is now
applied to pin 6 of the windscreen-wiper motor
(B000) through relays G236 and G237, causing
the windscreen-wiper motor to operate faster.
If the windscreen wiper is halfway through its
stroke and the windscreen-wiper control switch
is set to position 0, the windscreen wiper
finishes its stroke and then stops. This is
possible because the switch in the
windscreen-wiper motor (B000) reverses when
the motor is at an angle in relation to its neutral
position.
If the windscreen-wiper control switch is set to
position 0, switch B000 provides the required
supply voltage to enable the motor to finish its
stroke. If the stroke is finished, switch B000 will
return to its neutral position.

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Interval (i):
If switch C776 is set to position i, a voltage is
applied to pin 49 of the CTE-2 unit through fuse
E025 and contacts 1 and 4 of switch C776
(through wire 4502). Using a transistor switch,
the CTE-2 unit then connects pin 23 to earth (for
1 second), activating relay G237 for a short
time. A voltage is now applied to pin 5 through
relay G237 (pins 3 and 5) and relay 236 (pins 3
and 4). The windscreen-wiper motor starts
operating and the switch in the
windscreen-wiper motor (B000) is reversed. A
voltage is now applied to wire 4507 through fuse
E025, contacts 3 and 2 in the windscreen-wiper
motor through wire 4509, and contacts 4 and 3
of relays G237 and G236. A voltage is also
applied to pin 40 of the CTE-2 unit, enabling this
unit to measure whether or not the stroke has
been finished. The motor will now stop for some
seconds; after this period the motor will start
again for as long as a voltage is applied to pin
49.

10

Wipe-wash:
If the spring-back part of switch C776 is used,
connection between 1 and 5, a voltage is
applied to pin 20 of the CTE-2 unit through fuse
E025 and contacts 1 and 5 of switch C776
(through wire 4503). A voltage is applied directly
to the windscreen-wiper pump motor (B001)
through wire 4503.
After a brief period of spraying, pin 23 of the
CTE-2 unit is connected to earth using a
transistor switch. As a result, relay G237 is
activated.
A supply voltage is now applied to pin 5 of the
windscreen-wiper motor (B000) through relays
G236 and G237. The windscreen-wiper motor
B000 will now start operating. The CTE-2 unit
will have the motor make 3 revolutions and will
then disconnect pin 23 from earth, causing the
windscreen-wiper motor (B000) to stop.
Cut-off switch:
If the windscreen-wiper motor (B000) does not
operate, pin 40 of the CTE-2 unit detects an
earth connection over the windscreen-wiper
motor switch, wire 4509.
If switch C776 is engaged so that the
windscreen-wiper motor should operate (voltage
to pins 21, 46 or 49), the earth to pin 40 should
be changed into +24V through the switch in
the motor. If the voltage is not changed (the
motor is not operating), the CTE-2 unit will
disconnect the earth from pins 23 and/or 52,
preventing the motor from burning, for example
as a result of frozen windscreen-wiper blades.
The CTE-2 unit is reset by switching C776 into
the off position.

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Headlight cleaner
If lighting switch C622 is activated (position I or
II), a voltage is applied to the rear-light/side-light
relay (G000).
If this relay is activated, a connection is made
between contacts 30 and 87. The voltage will
now activate relay G238 (headlight cleaner)
through fuse E117, wire 2630 and print track. A
connection is made with contacts 3 and 5, so
that the voltage is applied to B002 through fuse
E025, relay G238 and wire 4511. If a voltage is
applied to connection pin 20 for at least 1
second (engaging the windscreen-wiper pump
B001), relay G238 is connected to earth for
approx. 1 second, causing the headlight-cleaner
pump motor (B002) to be activated for approx. 1
second.

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2/231

1101

1101

1101

4
5

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

6
7

281

176

2110

24/401

D609
2110

286

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

10

28/401

12

176

C764
5
33

11

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

13

10

2100

2100

22/401

14
15
16
17
18
20

D853
B12
7

2630

2101

19

281

18

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

G000
2630

10A

21
22

2630

27/400

E117

3/400

23

2630

24

1/400

4510

25

26

12

19/400

4511

4511

27

G238

28

21/400

D878

29

15A

31/400

30

E025

31

11/400

32

20/
232

50/
232

1205

1205

8/400

33
34

49/
232

35

21/
232

36
37

46/
232

52/
232

4506

23/ 40/
232 232

9/400
10/400

4509

4505

1205

4511

281
B002
1205
1205
1205
4510

1205

4505
4509

4509
4504

G237

39

4503

4502

4500

4501

38

20/400

D550

40

2
1
0
I
3/411

41

1/411

42

4506

2/411

1205

4/411

43

5/411

44

C776

4503

22/400

1205

46

3/252

1205
1205

7/400

47

1205

4509

48

5/400

49
50

51

4507
4508

6/400

4507
4508

4/400

5/252
6/252

4506

45

10

4503

282
B001

2/252

4504
1/252

B000

52
53

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40. AUXILIARY HEATING - EBERSPCHER


The auxiliary air heating is a separate heating
which functions entirely independent of the
vehicle. The cab temperature is measured by a
temperature sensor which is installed in the
thermostat panel (E566). This sensor sends a
signal to the electronic unit which controls the
heating.
As a result, the cab temperature automatically
remains at the preset temperature. In that case,
the blower is in continuous operation.
OPERATION OF AUXILIARY HEATING
The auxiliary air heating van be activated using
the button on thermostat E566. It is possible to
use the thermostat in combination with a
programming clock. If this button is switched to
the interior heating position, the heating will be
activated. A green lamp will now light up in the
thermostat.
If the heating is activated, the auxiliary heating
unit (D871) activates the fan in the heating unit
(D871).
At the same time the fuel feed pump for the
auxiliary Eberspcher heating (B122) is
activated, so that the correct amount of fuel is
fed to the ignition chamber.
If the fuel is ignited, a temperature sensor
(installed in the thermostat) will apply a voltage
to the heating unit so that at a certain
temperature, the heating unit (D871) switches
off.
If the sensor measures a lower temperature
than the temperature preset by the driver (using
the temperature control button on the
thermostat), the heating power will be adjusted.
In the case of overheating, the thermal
protection will switch off the fuel pump. This will
switch off the heating.

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E114

31

30

B122

10

6/
482

11

9/
482

12

13

14

12

11/
482

15

16

17

12/
269

18

19

10/
269

21

22

23

11/
269

3/
269

20

2/
269

14/
269

14/
482

8/
482

13/
482

7/
482

25

0 I

1156

E566

380
24

1156

1156

14

A021

1156

15A

11

3/
482

B168

483

483

4/
482

483

5/
482

4939

D871

9003

1156

3037

3037

4941

15

5116
4

27

7/
269

26

28

397
5116

483

115

4936

4936

4936

4935

1156

483

40

115

5117

C778
483
483

10
5116

2-152
5116

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

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41. WEBASTO AUXILIARY HEATING, THERMO 90


VARIANTS
Location
78 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF
engine.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

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1201

1201

3
4
5
6
7

DVB

1156

87

86 87A

DVB
1

30

15A

E031
397

85

C760
2
20

C802
2
20

15/401

1201

1201

9
11

87

86 87A

10

30

12

85

1156
1201

C588
2
20

1156

1156

34/402

15A

13

E114
5

14

1156

383
1156
1156

15

380

16

1156

1156

17

6/
480

1156

C778

18

478

19

15

2/
480

4660

1156

20

5/
480

4/
480

1201

0 I

1156

1000
1010

1201

376
1201

1201

1201

1201
1201

1201

G247
4892
4892

478

1156

G170

1156

10

4660

4660

397

380

21

478

22

7/
480

4660

4690

4660

8/
480

23

478

4660

383

4660

24

25

E576
2

26

4980

27

4980

397

E571

4980

30

7/
173

3/
173

2/
173

31
32

33

4980

4980

478
4

5/
173

6/
168

4980

6/
167

4980

4666

1/
168

4666

478

5/
168

29

4892

28

D878

383

478

1156

34

E565

478

35
36

3/
168

37

145

13

38

39

2/
167

1/
167

4981

4668

4667

145

40

4668

41

145

D827

7/
167

4667

4663

3/
167

5/530

4664

9/
167

8/530

12/530

42

1/530

4981

43
44

4981

11

6/530

4981

45

145

46

7/530

4663

47

145

48

2/530

4981

49
50

11/530

4664

51

145

52

1000
1010

53

B204

95XF series

Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

55

56

1316630/05

57

145

58

12

59

145

60

61

62

63

145
64

65

66

67

30

68

1
M

69

70

B068

71

31

72

73

74

4/
168

75

45/
232

76

383
4002

77

78

27

79

B010
50
A

80

D878

15A

1100

81

83

G178
85
1

82

C539

E037

G015
85
A

4/412

2/
166

4922

3/530

4922

10

1/
166

10/
167

8/
167

9300

9300

9300

10/530

4665

5/
167

B204

9300

9300

9/530

383
115

4665

4935
4935

383
115

4936
4936
4936

4002
4002

4/
167

D550

4935

4/530

4002
4009
4009

D827

2/412

114

15/402
1100
1/412

1100
6/412

4001

41
1130

9711

54

1000
1010

84

G178
30
1

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

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Electrical installation
42.

CONNECTOR SOCKETS FT, DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR, ALARM CONNECTOR

DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)


The diagnostic connector is installed on the
left-hand side in the central cabinet. This is the
connector to which DAVIE is connected. After
the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Wire No.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
red
white
blue
black
black

Designation
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control, E-gas 3, ECS-DC,

4732
3064
4047
3065
4883

black
blue
black
blue
black

ECAS 2
Connector 378, pin 5.
CTE-2
Connector 378, pin 4.
ZF Intarder

3470
3037

blue
blue

AGS
D1LC / D3LC Compact auxiliary heating

24V CONNECTOR (A042)


Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A402) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1000 and fuse E026.
Pin 2
is connected to earth.

10

ABS CONNECTOR (A005)


Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A005) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
in front of the contact through wire 1119
and fuse E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the supply
voltage behind the contact through fuse
E172. This voltage also serves to feed
the ABS unit.
Pins
3 + 4 are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to pin 7 of the CWS-2 unit
(D853) through wire 3428.

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Electrical installation

FT TRAILER CONNECTOR (A002)


Pin 1
of the FT trailer connector (A002) is
connected to earth. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuses
E000 and E001 to pins 2 (through wire
2102) and 6 (through wire 2103)
respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left-hand rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE-2 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake -light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE-2 unit (30/232)
(right direction) through wire 2009.
Pin 6
switches the right-hand rear light.
REAR FOG LAMP / BACK-UP LIGHT CONNECTOR (A003)
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage after
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), backup switch E501
(wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
(connector A003) is connected directly
to the supply voltage through fuse
E048 and wire 1113.
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010,
relay G005 and wire 2152.
DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR SAE CUMMINS (A031)
Pin A
is connected directly to the electronic
unit DAF Cummins interface (D804)
(35/334) and the electronic unit
Cummins Celect (D805) (27/335)
through wire 3048.
Pin B
is connected directly to the electronic
unit DAF Cummins interface (D804)
(34/334) and the electronic unit
Cummins Celect (D805) (8/335)
through wire 3047.
This diagnostic system is completely different
from the DAF diagnostic system. DAVIE will not
respond when connected.

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95XF series

ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A040)


Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E0108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction indictor,
left (C016), direction indicator, rear left
(C018) and the electronic unit CTE-2
(D550) (4/232) through wire 2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE-2 (D550) (31/232)
through wire 2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior step lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting, drivers side (C062),
the electronic unit CTE-2 (D550) and
the lighting buzzer relay (G235).
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting, co-drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch, co-drivers side
(C686), the control switch for interior
step lighting, door switch on co-drivers
side (E515) through wire 2609, while
the interior-lighting diode prevents
feedback to the co-drivers stepwell
(D708).
Pin 6
is connected directly to the cab-lock
control switch (F009) through wire
3412 and by means of a cab lock
connection (cab without air suspension)
(G719) to the electronic unit CWS
(D582) (20/215) through wire 3492. If
the cab is air-suspended, wire 3412 is
also connected to pin A2 of the
electronic unit of the cab
air-suspension.
Pin 7
is connected directly to the generator
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107). At
the same time pin 7 is connected
directly to the lighting buzzer (B242)
and to the electronic unit CWS (D582)
(12/214).
Pin 9
is not connected.
Pin 12 is connected to earth.

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1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

G015

30

1010

1000

87

1000
1000

1000

10

1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

114
1000
G525

1000

114

10

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

1288

12/401

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

29

321
3428

30

377

1119

A2 E043 A1

3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A005

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

45

185
1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

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Electrical installation

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54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

61

2110

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

2-160

42

66

10

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69
70

C156
2
9

87

86 87A
M

C158
2
9

30

2102

71

2102

2102

2102

85

5/401
2102

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

C074
2
9

2101

493
2102

75
76

C012
5
9

2102

2102

284

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281

77
78

C010
1
9

2102

161

2102

E000
2102

189

79
80

C157
2
9

2103

81

2103

2103

D878

2103

82

493

2103

115

83

C075
2
9

2103

C159
2
9

2103

84
85

C011
2
9

2103

86

161

2103

2103

2103

10A

28/400

189

87

C013
2
9

2103

88

288

2103

E001
2103

286
1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

90
91

1209
4602

4602

6/402

93

C021
3
14

86 87A
M

4601

94

22

96

4601

4601

8/402

96
97

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

87

4601

30

4601

115

85

92

E511

4601

493

G036

4601

98

D
2

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

2008

115
6

30/
232

2008

493
2009

115

493

12

493

D550

2008

2009

2/
232

115

2009

A002
M

1000
1010

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Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

6
9

C024
4
11

C027
5
12

C773
1
11

6/401
7

D852
C2
6

C025
4
11

15A
16/402
27

10

10

D550
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D850
13
23

D804
16
30

11

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

1000
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378

378

E053

A003

E010

10A

E501

1217

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

C750
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

10A

13/401

1217

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

C748
5
15

1217

1217

4591

1217

4591
4591
4591

176

4591

4591

1217

1217

118
493

2150
2150

2152

G005
2152
2152

10A
18/403
1229
1229

24/400
2152
2152
2152
2152

115
493

E048
115
493

4047

1113
1113
1113

3470
3470

87

433

86 87A
M

3064

D806
461

445

30

483

85

377

2151

371

2150

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697

D878

378
A021

1000
1010

185

9711
4697

42

9107

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C062
1
17

2600

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12

D862
3
36

281

D853
5
7

2006

2600

383

2006

281

2006

C014
1
4

2006

E514
1
16

2006

185

1114

C016
1
4

C018
1
4

281

C017
1
4

C019
1
4

C015
1
4

C765
6
4

D862
5
36

29/
232

115

1/
232

2006
2006

31/
232

2007

4/
232

2007
2007

17/
232

115

2600

D550

286

2006

1114

2007
2007

15A
32/402
1

D862
4
36

C063
1
17

D668

1020
D853
B6
7

D708
1
17

2609

2600

2600

2600

2600

2007
2007

2609

190
189

2609
2609

1114

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

483

10

E515
2
17

286

1114
1114
1114

B036
1024

A502
D+
1

383

11

10

27/
335

34/
334

8/
335

D805

35/
334

D804

336

13/402
1020
1020

1114
5063

1020
1020

A040

3048
3048

42
114

3048

336

1020

A031

3047
3047

10
3047

2-162
3048

D878
1000
1010

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E108

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

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43. CONNECTOR SOCKETS FA, DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR, ALARM


CONNECTOR
DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)
The diagnostic connector is installed on the
upper left-hand side in the central cabinet. This
is the connector to which DAVIE is connected.
After the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Wire No.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
red
white
blue
black
black

Designation
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control, E-gas 3, ECS-DC,

4732
3064
4047
3065
4883

black
blue
black
blue
black

ECAS 2
Connector 378, pin 5.
CTE-2
Connector 378, pin 4.
ZF Intarder

3470
3037

blue
blue

AGS
D1LC / D3LC Compact auxiliary heating

24V CONNECTOR (A043)


Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A034) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1240 and fuse E091
(behind the contact).
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
ABS CONNECTOR (A004)
Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A004) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1119 and fuse E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E172 behind the
contact. This voltage also serves to
feed the ABS unit.
Pins 3 + 4
are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to the CWS-2 unit (D583)
through wire 3428.

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FA TRAILER CONNECTOR (A000)


Pin 1
of the FA trailer connector (A000) is
connected to earth.
If a connection is made between
contacts 2 and 1 (rear/side marker and
parking lights position) with the lighting
switch (C622), a voltage is applied to
contact 85 of relay G000 through fuse
E084, wire 1101, switch C622 and wire
2100. The relay is activated and a
voltage is applied from wire 1000,
contacts 30 and 87 (from relay G000)
through fuses E000 and E001 to pins 2
(through wire 2102) and 6 (through wire
2103) respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left rear light and pin 6
switches the right rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE-2 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake-light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE-2 unit (30/232)
(right direction) through wire 2009.
REAR FOG LAMP / BACK-UP LIGHT CONNECTOR (A001)
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage after
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), backup switch E501
(wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113. Pin 3 is also connected to
connector A026 (box side-lights, 4-pin).
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010,
relay G005 (contacts 30 and 87) and
wire 2152.

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DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR SAE CUMMINS (A031)


Pin A
is connected directly to the electronic
unit DAF Cummins interface (D804)
(35/334) and the electronic unit
Cummins Celect (D805) (27/335)
through wire 3048.
Pin B
is connected directly to the electronic
unit DAF Cummins interface (D804)
(34/334) and the electronic unit
Cummins Celect (D805) (8/335)
through wire 3047.
This diagnostic system is completely different
from the DAF diagnostic system. DAVIE will not
respond when connected.
ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A040)
Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction
indicator, left (C016), direction
indicator, rear left (C018) and the
electronic unit CTE-2 (D550) (4/232)
through wire 2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE-2 (D550) (31/232)
through wire 2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior step lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting, drivers side (C062),
the electronic unit CTE-2 (D550) and
the lighting buzzer relay (G235).
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting, co-drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch, co-drivers side
(C686), the control switch for interior
step lighting, door switch on co-drivers
side (E515) through wire 2609, while
the interior-lighting diode prevents
feedback to the co-drivers stepwell
(D708).

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Pin 6

Pin 7

Pin 9
Pin 12

5
95XF series

is connected directly to the cab-lock


control switch (F009) through wire
3412 and by means of a cab lock
connection (cab without air suspension)
(G719) to the electronic unit CWS
(D582) (20/215) through wire 3492. If
the cab is air-suspended, wire 3412 is
also connected to pin A2 of the
electronic unit of the cab
air-suspension (D857).
is connected directly to the generator of
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107). At
the same time pin 7 is connected
directly to the lighting buzzer (B242)
and to the electronic unit CWS (D582)
(12/214).
is connected to the electronic unit of
the central door locking (D862).
is connected to earth.

SIDE-LIGHTS CONNECTOR (A026)


Pin 1
is connected directly to the trailer
socket (A000) pin 2 through wire 2102,
and to the rear-light/ side light relay
(G000) through fuse E000.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the trailer
socket (A000) pin 6 through wire 2103,
and to the rear-light/ side light relay
(G000) through fuse E001.
Pin 3
is connected directly to pin 5 of the rear
fog lamp socket (A001) through wire
1113 and to the supply voltage through
fuse E048.
Pin 4
is connected directly to earth.

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EL000158
1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

G015

30

1010

1000

87

1000
1000

1000

10

1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

114
1000
G525

1000

114

10

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

1288

12/401

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

29

321
3428

30

377

1119

A2 E043 A1

3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A004

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

45

185
1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

95XF series

Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

1316630/05

9711
EL000159
54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

61

2110

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

2-168

43

66

10

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69
70

71

C074
2
2

87

2102

86 87A
M

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

75
76

C010
1
8

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281
4

C012
5
8

2102

284
2102

161

2101

2102

30

2102

2102

85

5/401

2102

495

2102

E000
2102

189

77

78

30/
232

2/
232

2008

495

2009

2008

115

79

D550

2008

80

2009

115

81

C075
2
8

D878

495

2009
2103

82

2103

2103

83

115

84

C013
2
8

2103

2103

10A

28/400

85

189

86

2103

87

288

C011
2
8

2103

161

2103

2103

2103

495

2103

2103

E001
2103

286

88

1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

115

90

4602

1209
4602

4601

6/402

91

E511

92
93

C021
3
14

495

12

86 87A
M

94

22

4601

4601

4601

8/402

96
96

495

11

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

87

4601

30

4601

115

85

4601

A000

495
4601

G036

97
98

99
100 101 102 103 104 105 106

2102

2103

A026
M

1000
1010

1113

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Electrical installation

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

10A

13/401

1217

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

6/401
7

C024
4
11

C027
5
12

C773
1
11

D852
C2
6

C025
4
11

15A
16/402
27

10

10

D550
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D850
13
23

D804
16
30

11

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

1000
1010

15

95XF series

1316630/05

378

378

E053

1113

A001

E010

10A

E501

1217

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

1113

C750
5
15

C748
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

4591

1217

4591
4591

24/400
2152

4591

4591

176

4591

118
495

2150
2150

2152

2152
2152

10A
18/403
1229
1229

G005

115
495

E048
115
495

1113
1113
1113
1113

4047

2152
2152
2152

3470
3470

87

433

86 87A
M

3064

D806
461

445

30

483

85

377

2151

371

2150

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697

D878

378
A021

1000
1010

185

9711
4697

43

9107

5
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Electrical installation

10

EL000160

2-169

C062
1
17

2600

1316630/05

12

D862
3
36

281

2006
1

2600

383

281

2006

C014
1
4

C016
1
4

C018
1
4

2006

D853
5
7

2006
2006

2600

1114

187

C017
1
4

C019
1
4

C015
1
4

C765
6
4

D862
5
36

2600

2007

E514
1
16

185

29/
232

2006

1/
232

2006
2006

31/
232

115
495

2006

2007

4/
232

286

2007

1114

17/
232

115
495

15A
32/402
1

D862
4
36

C063
1
17

D668

1020
D853
B6
7

D708
1
17

2609

D550

2007
2007
2007

2600

2600

2600

2007
2007

2609

190
189

2609
2609

1114

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

483

10

E515
2
17

286

1114
1114
1114

B036
1024

A502
D+
1

383

11

10

27/
335

34/
334

8/
335

D805

35/
334

D804

336

13/402
1020
1020

1114
5063

1020
1020

A040

3048
3048

43
114

3048

336

1020

A031

3047
3047

10
3047

2-170
3048

D878
1000
1010

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E108

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

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Contents

CONTENTS
Page

Date

1.

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 0209

2.

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E459335 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Overview of modifications to the electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Circuit diagram 1316630/06-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Overview of basic code numbers in circuit diagram 1316630/06-12 . . . . . .
2.4 Subdiagrams of circuit diagram 1316630/06-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1 . . . . . .
2-1 . . . . . .
2-2 . . . . . .
2-3 . . . . . .
2-11 . . . . .

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0209
0209
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CHASSIS NUMBER 0E473500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Overview of modifications to the electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Circuit diagram 1316630/13-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Overview of basic code numbers in circuit diagram 1316630/13-23 . . . . . .
3.4 Subdiagrams of circuit diagram 1316630/13-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1 . . . . . .
3-1 . . . . . .
3-2 . . . . . .
3-3 . . . . . .
3-12 . . . . .

0209
0209
0209
0209
0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E477514 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 Overview of modifications to the electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Circuit diagram 1316630/24-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Overview of basic code numbers in circuit diagram 1316630/24-29 . . . . . .
4.4 Subdiagrams of circuit diagram 1316630/24-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4-1 . . . . . .
4-1 . . . . . .
4-2 . . . . . .
4-3 . . . . . .
4-12 . . . . .

0209
0209
0209
0209
0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E527418 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1 Overview of the changes in the electrical system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Circuit diagram 1316630/30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Overview of basic codes in circuit diagram 1316630/30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 Section diagrams of circuit diagram 1316630/30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-1 . . . . . .
5-1 . . . . . .
5-2 . . . . . .
5-5 . . . . . .
5-13 . . . . .

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3.

4.

5.

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95XF series

Introduction

1. INTRODUCTION
This main group includes the entire electrical
installation show in the form of circuit diagrams
and the altered subdiagrams.
Circuit diagrams
The circuit diagram contains all information
pertaining to the entire electrical installation of
the vehicle, with the exception of the connectors.
Subdiagrams
The subdiagrams only show the parts of the
electrical installation that have been modified.
These diagrams also contain the connectors.
Note:
For the location of the connectors in the vehicle,
see chapter Location of connectors.

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Introduction

95XF series

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

2. MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E459335
2.1 OVERVIEW OF MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Modification/Chassis numbers
Electrical
system

From chassis
number

Modification

See subdiagram no.

Lighting

0E463970

Swedish lighting included in circuit diagram

8/9

Basic code numbers of tail lights C152 and


C153 changed to C022 and C023
Fuel line
heater

0E463970

Fuel line heater included in circuit diagram

44/45

Starting circuit

0E463970

Starter lock relay G303 added

Auxiliary
heating

0E477514

Electronic unit for auxiliary heating, Thermo


90, changed from D827 to D869

41

Thermo 90 auxiliary heating microrelay


(G300) added
Auxiliary
heating

0E479353

Control switch for Thermo 90


auxiliary-heating fan (E565)
(wire 4980 added to connection point 6)

41

Control switch for Thermo 90


auxiliary-heating fan (E576)
(wire 1201 disconnected from point 4)
Voith
retarder/ZF
intarder

0E460264

Retarder switch connection point (C799) for


connector changed

25/26

Cummins
Celect

0E462108

Electronic unit for DAF Cummins interface


(D804), wire 4049 disconnected from point
6 and connected to point 4

30

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95XF series

2.2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/06-12


This page provides room for your own notes on
the circuit diagram.

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95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

2.3 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODE NUMBERS IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


1316630/06-12
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3

Column 1
A000
A001
A004
A007
A021
A026
A027
A031
A033
A038
A040
A042
A043
A500
A502
B000
B001
B002
B003
B004
B005
B006
B007
B009
B010
B011
B015
B017
B018
B023
B024
B025
B026
B028
B030
B032
B033
B036
B038
B039
B042
B043
B068

0209

:
:
:

Basic code number


Description
Number on search bar of
circuit diagram
1316630/06-12
Column 2
(Semi-)trailer socket (7-pin)
Rear fog light back-up light socket (7-pin)
ABS FA socket (7pin)
24V socket (2-pin)
Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
Superstructure side-lights (4-pin)
Accessory socket (4-pin)
Diagnostic socket, 2-pin, SAE CUMMINS
Alarm system socket (9-pin)
Accessory socket (2-pin) 40A
Alarm system socket
Dashboard socket (2-pin)
Chair console socket on drivers side (2-pin)
Batteries (2)
Generator of integrated voltage regulator
Windscreen-wiper motor
Windscreen-wiper pump motor
Headlight-washer pump motor
Electric motor for window control, drivers side
Electric motor for window control, co-drivers side
Left-hand mirror adjustment motor
Right-hand mirror adjustment motor
Vehicle/engine speed regulator motor E-gas
Roof hatch motor
Starting motor
Electric motor for speed limiter
4-speed heater fan
Mirror heating, drivers side
Mirror heating, co-drivers side
Radio
Left-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Citizen Band
Air horn
Cigarette lighter, drivers side
Seat heating, drivers side
Seat heating, co-drivers side
Resistor, alternator, D+
Glow filament
Glow filament
Air dryer element heating
Air-conditioning compressor
Fuel pump for auxiliary heating

Column 3
62/63/230/241/284/399
258/262/397/399
404
395
191
230/241/396/400
400
549/550
183
394
776
361
392
2
4
89
98
100
728
724
741/750
745/754
518
772
8/11
496
376/378/580/581/582
758
759
708
708/714
709/715
711
762
362
388
390
6
33
33
386
370
591

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11

Column 1
B071
B072
B073
B079
B088
B089
B122
B129
B130
B166
B168
B170
B174
B175
B178
B179
B180
B181
B182
B185
B186
B187
B192
B199
B200
B204
B237
B238
B241
B243
B244
B245
B246
B247
B248
B250
B252
B253
B254
B256
B257
B258
B259
B293
B294
B298
B501
C000
C001
C002

2-4

Column 2
Lifting-gear lifting valve
Lifting-gear lowering valve
Lifting-gear motor pump
Valve single-H-safety
Intarder valve, proportional
Intarder valve, air supply
Fuel metering pump for auxiliary heating, Eberspcher
Electric motor for left-hand headlight-height adjustment
Electric motor for right-hand headlight-height adjustment
Valve, ECAS front axle
Glow filament for D1LC auxiliary heating
Automatic lubrication pump with push-button switch
Electric motor for speed limiter
Roof panel motor Super Space Cab
Left-hand loudspeaker
Left-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Fuel heater
Radio
Loudspeaker filter, drivers side
Loudspeaker filter, co-drivers side
Engine brake valve
Central door locking, drivers side
Central door-locking motor, co-drivers side F249 XH/XC
Auxiliary-heating unit Thermo 90
ASC valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FT)
Sensor for heating element fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control valve
Inter-axle locking differential control valve
PTO control valve
PTO control valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FA)
Recirculation valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply
Valve ECAS trailing/leading axle lifting/lowering
Left-hand front ABS valve
Right-hand front ABS valve
Left-hand rear ABS valve
Right-hand rear ABS valve
Gearbox gate safety valve
Switch-off cab suspension valve, front height control
Switch-off cab suspension valve, back height control
Compact tachograph
Dipped beam, left
Dipped beam, right
Main beam, left

95XF series
Column 3
613
607
617
86
468
466
570
678
680
634/665
568
475
488
766
716
718
719
720
797
713
717
719
85/551
688
683/693
584
419
632
785
265
268
273
277
440
441
630
381
662
667
411
413
415
417
40
288
452
22
245
246
249

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Column 1
C003
C006
C007
C008
C009
C010
C011
C012
C013
C014
C015
C016
C017
C018
C019
C020
C021
C022
C023
C024
C025
C026
C027
C046
C047
C052
C053
C062
C063
C064
C065
C066
C067
C068
C071
C072
C073
C074
C075
C110
C111
C115
C130
C139
C140
C141
C148
C149
C150
C151
C154
C155

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Column 2
Main beam, right
High-beam headlight, left
High-beam headlights, right
Fog light, front left
Fog light, front right
Side-headlight, left
Side-headlight, right
Side-light, front left
Side-light, front right
Direction indicator lamp, front left
Direction indicator lamp, front right
Direction indicator lamp, left, side
Direction indicator lamp, right, side
Rear direction indicator, left
Rear direction indicator, right
Brake light, left
Brake light, right
Rear light, left
Rear light, right
Fog light, rear left
Fog light, rear right
Back-up light, left
Back-up light, right
Map-reading lamp, drivers side
Map-reading lamp, co-drivers side
Heater fan light, left
Heater fan light, right
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Central upper storage compartment lighting
Central lower storage compartment lighting
Right-hand storage compartment lighting
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Right-hand tool compartment lighting
Work lamp
Ashtray light, left
Ashtray light, right
Side-light, rear left
Side-light, rear right
Lower bunk reading lamp with switch
Upper bunk reading lamp with switch
Bunk reading lamp with switch
Red interior night light, drivers side
Red interior night light, co-drivers side
Light in storage compartment under lower bed (lamp 1)
Light in storage compartment under lower bed (lamp 2)
Interior lighting, drivers side 2 x 21W
Interior lighting, co-drivers side 2 x 21W
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Central interior lighting with switch
Rear number plate light, left (trucks)
Rear number plate light, right (trucks)

Column 3
250
251
252
254
255
220
232
222
233
53
57
56
59
55
58
281
283
225
236
256
257
260
261
322/347
323/348
367
368
309/329
315/331
304/353
305
307
357
358
19
364
365
223
234
349
351
302
344
341
355
356
317/333
312/337
352
326
226
237

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335
Column 1
C156
C157
C158
C159
C539
C588
C622
C677
C695
C696
C697
C698
C725
C726
C727
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735
C736
C737
C738
C739
C740
C741
C742
C743
C744
C745

11

C746
C747
C748
C749
C750
C751
C754
C760
C761
C763
C764
C765
C773
C774
C775
C776

2-6

Column 2
First side-light left (trucks)
First side-light right (trucks)
Second side-light left (trucks)
Second side-light right (trucks)
Accessory start-contact switch
Switch, 4-speed heater fan
Switch, vehicle lighting and marker lights
Fuel heater switch
Switch for mirror adjustment, drivers side
Switch for mirror adjustment, co-drivers side
Switch for seat heating, drivers side
Switch for seat heating, co-drivers side
Work light switch
Glow plug switch
Rear fog light switch
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control),
co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control),
drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, drivers side F249 XC
Interior night lighting switch FG249 XC
Roof panel switch F249 XL/XH/XC
ASC-traction switch
Speed regulator cut-out switch
Lifting-gear switch
Switch ECAS, normal level
Switch ECAS axle lifting
Auxiliary drive-off switch
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on
drivers side)
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on
co-drivers side)
Switch for electric window control on drivers side (door on
drivers side)
Switch, mirror heating
Control switch for fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control switch
Inter-axle locking differential control switch
PTO control switch
PTO control switch
Engine-brake switch VF engine
Air-conditioning switch
CWS switch, more warnings
Potentiometer for instrument light dimming
Potentiometer for headlight-height adjustment
Hazard light switch (with LED search light)
Rear fog light switch
Central door locking switch
Switch for direction indicator, main beam/dipped beam/horn
Stalk switch

95XF series
Column 3
227
238
228
240
15
377/581
204/207
794
743/751
747/755
388
390
19
35
210
317/334
317/334
312/338
312/338
319/344
766/771
430
561
613
623/646
649
653
730
735
738
759
791
265
268
273
277
559
372
155
119
676
43
214
693
47/217/762
97/518/539

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
C778
C799
C802
C803
D503
D525
D529
D550
D587
D591
D597
D609
D610
D611
D612
D613
D622
D623
D668
D703
D704
D705
D708
D709
D710
D721
D722
D745
D758
D759
D802
D804
D805
D806
D809
D813
D850
D851
D852
D853
D855
D862
D869
D870
D871
E000
E001
E004

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

Column 2
Switch for auxiliary heating
Switch for retarder
Recirculation switch
Central door locking switch
Electronic unit for lifting gear
Electronic unit for converter 24/12V
Electronic unit for ECAS remote control
Electronic unit CTE2
Electronic unit for ZF intarder
Electronic unit Egas3
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-V
Diode for light switch
Diode for main beam/dipped beam
Diode for lifting gear lowering valve damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting valve damping
Diode for lifting gear relay pump damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting lock
Diode for lifting gear lowering lock
Diode for generator safety (D+)
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at
drivers side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at
co-drivers side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating with running engine
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers
stepwell
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers switch
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to drivers switch
Diode for parking brake, prevent feedback
Diode for brake lights, prevent feedback
Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves
Diode prevent feedback to CWS
Diode prevent feedback to brake lights
Electronic unit for ECAS-2
Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins interface
Electronic unit, CUMMINS CELECT
Electronic unit for automatic lubrication
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-G
Electronic unit for gate safety, gearbox
Electronic unit for ABS/ASC D-version
Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)
Instrument panel DIP-3
Electronic unit for CWS-2
Electronic unit for water separator
Electronic unit, central door locking
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating, Thermo 90
Electronic unit for Voith retarder 133-2
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating D3LC
Fuse for side-light, rear left
Fuse for side-light, rear right
Fuse, dipped beam, drivers side

Column 3
573/598
458/471
383
684
605
705
621/644
49
472
504
492
208
217
606
612
610
613
607
6
566
565
564
1316/332
333
312/338
104
285
443
291
286
655
561
524
475
485
39
407
626
105
155
788
684
585
448
572
220
232
425

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11

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335
Column 1
E005
E006
E007
E008
E009
E010
E013
E016
E019
E023

11

E025
E026
E027
E028
E029
E030
E031
E033
E034
E035
E037
E040
E041
E042
E043
E044
E048
E051
E052
E053
E062
E084
E091
E108
E112
E114
E117
E143
E157
E160
E161
E164
E167
E168
E170
E171
E172
E182
E501
E507

2-8

Column 2
Fuse for dipped lights indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse for main beam, drivers side
Fuse for main beam indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse, spot lights
Fuse, front fog lights
Fuse, rear fog lights
Fuse, brake lights
Fuse, reversing lights
Fuse for the control of glow plug/CTE/direction indicators/engine
brake
Fuse for switch for cold start, tachograph, auxiliary heating
programming clock
Fuse, windscreen wiper, headlight washer
Fuse, cigarette lighter
Fuse for 24/12V converter
Fuse, cab interior lighting
Fuse for engine brake retarders
Fuse, horn
Fuse for heater fan ITC unit
Fuse, electric window control motor, co-drivers side
Fuse, electric window control motor, drivers side
Fuse for instruments and indicator lamps
Fuse for contact switch
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS, (semi-)trailer
Fuse, mirror heating/adjustment
Fuse, central power supply, (semi-)trailer
Fuse for ECAS-1
Fuse for ECAS remote control working light
Fuse for ECAS diagnostic connector (16-pin)
Fuse, lifting gear and ECAS
Fuse, lighting
Fuse, for air dryer element/fuel contamination separator
Fuse for CTE-2
Fuse for glow indicator lamp
Fuse, auxiliary heating Eberspcher
Fuse for search light
Fuse for E-gas/UPEC tachograph
Fuse, automatic lubrication
Fuse for Cummins motor
Fuse for Cummins motor
Fuse for fuel heater before contact
Fuse for take-over relay, starting motor
Fuse for accessories/microwave
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator control
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator
Fuse for ABS (semi-)trailer 10A
Fuse for centralised lubrication
Control switch for back-up light
Proximity switch for axle load protection of lifting-gear
(10 tonnes)

95XF series
Column 3
246
249
250
251
254
256
280
260
35
22
97
362
17
302/329
446
762
370/578
723
727
101
15
420
407
408
404
731
397
658
19
191
613/627/642
201
386
51
34
571/579
243
27
476
524
525
797
9
394
789
785
405
683/693
260
604

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
E508
E509
E511
E514
E515
E524
E525
E526
E527
E528
E529
E555
E560
E561
E564
E565
E566
E570
E571
E575
E576
F000
F006
F007
F011
F016
F033
F038
F047
F048
F050
F076
F087
F088
F501
F509
F512
F513
F514
F515
F531
F533
F535
F544
F571
F585
F608
F612
F613
F614

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

Column 2
Thermal switch for air-conditioning compressor
High/low pressure air-conditioning control switch
Brake light control switch
Control switch for stepwell/interior lighting, door switch on drivers side
Control switch for stepwell/interior lighting, door switch on co-drivers
side
Control switch for lifting-gear limit switch oil pressure
Control switch for central upper storage compartment lighting
Control switch for central lower storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand tool compartment lighting
Control switch for lighting in storage compartment under lower bed
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch of gearbox gate safety
Engine brake control switch
Control switch for auxiliary-heating fan, Thermo 90
Control switch for thermostat for auxiliary heating Eberspcher (D1LC)
Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10
Control switch for auxiliary heating Thermo 90
Clutch proximity switch
Control panel for auxiliary-heating fan, Thermo 90
Parking brake control switch
Control switch for differential lock, 1st differential
Control switch for differential lock, 3rd differential
Control switch for engine oil pressure
Control switch for engine air filter
Control switch for splitter signalling
Control switch for differential lock, 2nd differential
Control switch for steering system (1st circuit)
Control switch for steering system (2nd circuit)
Control switch for differential lock pressure (1st and 2nd diff.)
Switch for oil level HGS
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Engine-speed sensor
Cab temperature sensor of auxiliary heating
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front left
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front right
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, left-hand drive axle
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, right-hand drive axle
Sensor for accelerator pedal E-gas
Vehicle-speed sensor (4-pin) 1st
Engine coolant temperature sensor
Sensor for coolant temperature of secondary retarder
Sensor for accelerator pedal ECS
Sensor for engine coolant level
Sensor for fuel level
Height sensor, ECAS left-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS right-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS front axle

Column 3
372
372
280
309/329
315/331
611
304/354
306
308
358
359
355
352
40
64
595
571
272
593
503/557
597
101
144
148
164
166
127
147
160
162
145
171
150
152
107
596
406
407
408
410
515
22
115
456/469
540/541
167
116
626/655
627/657
628/658

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11

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

11

Column 1
F615
F616
F620
G000
G001
G002
G003
G004
G005
G014
G015
G028
G029
G030
G031
G036
G052
G065
G066
G170
G178
G201
G203
G231
G234
G236
G237
G238
G239
G240
G243
G247
G257
G258
G259
G267
G279
G280
G284
G297
G300
G301
G302
G303
G516
G525
G718
G721
G723
G725
G726

2-10

Column 2
Pressure sensor, ECAS driven axle, left/right
Cab locking sensor
Sensor for oil temperature in Voith retarder 133-2
Relay, width/marker/tail lights
Relay, dipped beam
Relay, main beam
Relay, spotlights
Relay, front fog light
Relay, rear fog light
Glow-filament relay
Contact relay
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, drivers side
Relay for electric window control, drivers side
Relay for brake light, 1st
Lifting-gear motor relay
Heater fan relay
Lifting-gear takeover relay
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Relay, accessories
Relay for fuel heater EFPH
Starting-motor takeover relay
Radio lighting relay (12V)
Relay for window control, fuel filter/water separator
Windscreen wiper microrelay (speed 1 or 2)
Windscreen wiper microrelay (automatic zero position)
Headlight-washer microrelay
Relay for disengaging third brake
PTO/engine speed microrelay
Engine brake (DEB) microrelay
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Recirculation valve microrelay
Recirculation valve microrelay
N-10-PTO control relay
Air-conditioning microrelay
Air-conditioning microrelay
Heater fan relay
Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2
Cab air suspension relay
Microrelay for auxiliary heating, Thermo 90
Microrelay, light D+
Microrelay for Swedish lighting
Starting motor lock relay
Central earth cab co-drivers side
Central earth flywheel housing motor
Connection parking brake/PTO
Speed regulator switch connection
Connection for central door locking
Connection for auxiliary heating D3LC
Connection panel switch DEB

95XF series
Column 3
659
289
454
200/220
217/245
218/249
219/251
210/254
214/256
33/82
5/15
722/730
724/732
726/738
728/739
280/281
609/617
579/583
609/611
579/595
16/17
794/797
9/14
706/708/712/713
785/791
90/92
91/93
88/100
421/434
101/153
438/440
578/584
381/383
381/384
272/273
370/372
373/375
378/380
446/447
288/291
576/577
203/204
202/206
5/12
294
547
102
518/539
694
570
438

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

2.4 SUBDIAGRAMS OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/06-12


1
8
9
25
26
30
41
44
45

Charging circuit/starting motor/contact


switch/starter switch
Light switch/Rear/side marker and parking
lights/Swedish lighting FA
Light switch/Rear/side marker and parking
lights/Swedish lighting FT
Voith retarder
ZF intarder
DCI
Auxiliary heating Webasto Thermo 90
Fuel filter/water separator
Fuel line heater

11

0209

2-11

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

1.

95XF series

CHARGING CIRCUIT/STARTING MOTOR/CONTACT/STARTER SWITCH

CONTACT CIRCUIT
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
6 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, switch C539 and
wire 1130 to contact 85 of relay G178.
Because relay G178 is activated, a connection is
made between contacts 30 and 87 and a
voltage is applied through fuse E037, wire 1100,
the contacts 30 and 87 of relay G178, wire 1147,
and through fuses E027 and E052 to the
electronic unit of converter 24 V/12V D525 and
the work light switch C725.
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
4 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, wire 1100, switch
C539 and wire 4001 to contact 85 of relay G015.
As a result, relay G015 is activated, so that wire
1000 is connected to wire 1010. Now voltage is
applied to the supply behind contact circuit
(connection point 1010) and, through resistor
B036 and diode D668, to the connection points
D+ of the alternator A502, connection point 85 of
relay G303 and to the electronic unit CWS
D853.
START CIRCUIT
When the engine is started, a connection is
made between the contacts 1 and 2 with
contact/starter switch C539. The voltage now
runs from the batteries through wire 1000, fuse
E037, connection 12 of the contact/starter
switch, wire 4002 and contacts 30 and 87 of
relay G303, wire 4009, to connection point 50 of
starting motor B010. The coil of the starting
motor relay is now activated, so that a voltage is
supplied to the starting motor, as a result of
which the motor will start operating.

11

As soon as the engine is running, the voltage on


connection D+ of the alternator will increase to
the adjustment voltage (= board voltage). This
voltage will cause the coil of relay G303 to be
energised. It will break the connection between
30 and 87A and connects 30 to 87. As a result,
wire 4002 is disconnected from wire 4009. In
this situation it is no longer possible to start.

2-12

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

CHARGING CIRCUIT
If the contact is activated, a voltage is applied to
resistor D+ B036.
The other side of the resistor is connected to the
D+ connection of the alternator through diode
D668 and wire 1020.
The D+ connection is connected to earth
through the integrated voltage regulator in the
alternator A502. This will cause a small current
to run, causing a magnetic field in the alternator.
After starting, the voltage on clamps B+ and D+
will increase to approx. 29 V. This is caused by
the fact that the regulator disconnects the earth
connection in the regulator and connects it to
the battery voltage. This voltage is also applied
to wire 1020, so that the difference of potential
over the resistor becomes 0 V. The magnetic
field now disappears, so that the generator is
not activated for a short time. This will reduce
the voltage on outputs B+ and D+.
The regulator is activated if the voltage drops
below 27.6 V. This way, the generator voltage
supply remains relatively constant. The batteries
are fed by generator output B+.

11

0209

2-13

A500

1000

114

50

G014
1
3

30

1000

1000

2/233

E043
A1
23

1000

1010

31

114

4009

4009

4002

27

B010

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

4009

10

11

12

1000

E168
A1
21

1100

15/402

15A
1000

E037
D

B+

13

14

15

2/412
16

18

86

19

20

21

87A 86

87

30

85

85

17

1130

30

4002

C539

87

4009

4002

1020

D+

1010

19/402
1100

1/412
4/412

1/233

1010

114

1000

1000

4002

6/412

4001

20/402
1130
22

23

24

87

30

25

4002

86 87A

85

26

D827
A4
41

1147

27

28

1020

4002

29

1147

10A
30

D525
2
35

E027
31

32

C725
5
22

33

B036
34

D853
B6
7

35

1024

36

D668
1

1020

1020

D878

37

38

4049

16/
232

55/
232

39

40

42

41

42/
232

10A
45/
232

12

4002

G243
3
24

C754
5
30

10

A040
7
42

383

43

D813
1
13

44

4011

45

D804
6
30

46

47

176

10

0 1

1202

48

49

1202
5

1202

51

E564
2
14

50

52

C775
3
4

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

G525

1100

G015

3/402

G303

1/402
1147

10/403
1147

12/403
1106

32/400
1147

383

E052
176

G178
4002

1020

10A
34/400
1110
1110

1020
1020

1010

G525

376
4049

1100
1000

A502

4049
4049
4049

13/402

114

1202

114

1020
1020

16/402
1202
1202

B192

176
C726

E019
4049

1202
G525

1316630/06-12

114

D550
371

1202
4011

4049

185

2-14
1202

11

1000

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000242

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
8.

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

LIGHT SWITCH/REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS/SWEDISH


LIGHTING FA

REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS


FOR SUBDIAGRAM AND IDENTIFICATION:
SEE MAIN GROUP ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SUBDIAGRAM OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1316630/05
SWEDISH LIGHTING
When the engine is running, a D+ signal is
available on connection point 1 of relay G301
through resistor B036 and diode D668. If this
relay is activated, a connection is made between
connection points 3 and 5.
This voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
relay G301 through fuse E084 and wire 1101.
From connection point 3 of relay G301 and wire
2100, this voltage is applied to connection point
85 of relay G000. This is energised. Now a
voltage is applied to C022, C074, C012 and
C010 through connection points 30 and 87 of
relay G000, print track 2101 and fuse E000. This
voltage is also applied to C023, C075, C011 and
C013 through fuse E001 and wire 2103.
Wire 2100 is connected to point 3 of relay G301
but also to point 3 of relay G302. If the light
switch C622 is not operated, relay G302 is not
activated, so that the voltage is also applied to
C775 through contacts 3 and 4 and through wire
2110 and diode D610. As a result, the dipped
beam is switched on as well.
If the light switch C622 is in marker position, a
voltage is applied to connection point 1 of relay
G302 through wire 2105.
The relay is activated, as a result of which points
3 and 4 of relay G302 are no longer connected.
This voltage is also applied to connection point 4
of relay G301 and through wire 2100 to point 85
of relay G000, so that it is again activated.
When the engine is running in this situation, a
voltage from the D+ connection of the alternator
is applied to connection point 1 of relay G301
through resistor B036 and diode D668. The
relay is activated, so that a connection is made
between points 3 and 5. Now relay G000 will be
activated (power supply wire 1101), so that
again only the marker lights will be switched on.

11

VARIANTS
Location
25, 31 These are present only in a vehicle with
Swedish lighting.

0209

2-15

1316630/06-12

E084

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C775
7
10

281

176

12

13

14

15

16

C764
5
33

17

18

2105

19

2105

2110

B129
3
33

2110

1101

11

C773
5
11

1101

10

2110

2110

B130
3
33

C775
4
10

2105

20

21

22

C727
2
11

2105
23

24

25

2100

2100

22/401
26

176

3
4

27

28

29

30

1020

31

32

B036
A502
D+
1

1024

1020

33

34

1020

35

36

12

37

383

A040
38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

2100

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

0 I II

10A

14/403

1101

1101

2110
2110

24/401

2110

2110

2110

1101

1101

1101

2/231

1/231

529

C622

D609

529

2110
2110

286
288

28/401

284

2110

D610
2110

2154

2154

G302

D668
114

2100

2110

529
1101
2105

1020

2100
2100
2100

D878

G301

8
1020

13/402
1020
1020

2-16
1020

11

4/231

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000238

0209

1101

0209

1316630/06-12

2-17
EL000239
54
55

2100

1000
1010

56
57
58
59
60

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

11

61

G000

62

A001
5
43

2101

1113

63
64

1113

10

1113

1113

65

495

27

1113

15A

16/402

115

E048

2102

66
67

2103

68

A026

69
70
71
72
73

2102

495

2102

2102

10A

33/400

115

E000

75

2102

2102

74

2102

11

C022
2102

C074

495

115

76

2102

2102

284

281

78

2102

77

C012

79

2102

161

2102

80

C010

189

81

12

D878

82

495

83

84
85

284

12

2102

86

87

2103

2103

495

2103

115

88

A000

89
90
91

12

C023

92

281

2103
2103

93

C075

94

12

96

2103

2103

161

2103

2103

96

10A

E001

97
98

18

12

2103

2103

99

288

C013

288

28/400

189
2103

C011

161

194

286

286

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

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9.

95XF series

LIGHT SWITCH/REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS/SWEDISH


LIGHTING FT

REAR/SIDE MARKER AND PARKING LIGHTS


FOR SUBDIAGRAM AND IDENTIFICATION:
SEE MAIN GROUP ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SUBDIAGRAM OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1316630/05
SWEDISH LIGHTING
When the engine is running, a D+ signal is
available on connection point 1 of relay G301
through resistor B036 and diode D668. If this
relay is activated, a connection is made between
connection points 3 and 5.
This voltage is applied to connection point 5 of
relay G301 through fuse E084 and wire 1101.
From connection point 3 of relay G301 and wire
2100, this voltage is applied to connection point
85 of relay G000. This is energised. Now a
voltage is applied to C022, C074, C012 and
C010 through connection points 30 and 87 of
relay G000, print track 2101 and fuse E000. This
voltage is also applied to C023, C075, C011 and
C013 through fuse E001 and wire 2103.
Wire 2100 is connected to point 3 of relay G301
but also to point 3 of relay G302. If the light
switch C622 is not operated, relay G302 is not
activated, so that the voltage is also applied to
C775 through contacts 3 and 4 and through wire
2110 and diode D610. As a result, the dipped
beam is switched on as well.

11

If the light switch C622 is in marker position, a


voltage is applied to connection point 1 of relay
G302 through wire 2105.
The relay is activated, as a result of which points
3 and 4 of relay G302 are no longer connected.
This voltage is also applied to connection point 4
of relay G301 and through wire 2100 to point 85
of relay G000, so that it is again activated.
When the engine is running in this situation, a
voltage from the D+ connection of the alternator
is applied to connection point 1 of relay G301
through resistor B036 and diode D668. The
relay is activated, so that a connection is made
between points 3 and 5. Now relay G000 will be
activated (power supply wire 1101), so that
again only the marker lights will be switched on.
VARIANTS
Location
25, 31 These are present only in a vehicle with
Swedish lighting.

2-18

0209

1316630/06-12

0 I II

10A

14/403

1101

1101

E084

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C775
7
10

281

1101

2105

176

2110

2110

24/401

2110

2110

2110

1101

1101

1101

2/231

1/231

D609

529

2110
2110

286

10

11

2110

2110

B130
3
33

288
3

C773
5
11

28/401
12

13

2110

B129
3
33

14

2110

C775
4
10

284

2110

D610
2110

2154

2154

15

16

C764
5
33

17

18

19

1101

2105

2105

20

21

22

C727
2
11

2110

2105
23

24

25

2100

2100

22/401
26

176

529
4

27

28

29

D878

30

1020

31

32

B036
A502
D+
1

1024

1020

33

34

1020

35

D668
114

2100

G302

1020

2100
2100
2100
1101
2105

529

C622

4/231

1000
1010

G301

9
1020

13/402

36

12

37

383

1020

0209
1020

A040
38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

2100

1000
1010

95XF series

1020

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11

EL000240

2-19

1101

2-20

1316630/06-12

0209
EL000241
54
55

2100

1000
1010

56
57
58
59
60

87

86 87A

30

85

5/401

61

G000

C022

62
63

C154

64

12

284

281

2101

12

11

2102

65

C074

66

2102

2102

2102

493

2102

67

C156

115

68
69

11

493

2102

2102

C158

2102

70

71

2102

284

2102

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281

72
73

2102

161

E000

2102

C012
2102

74

C010

189

75

10

76

1113

493

27

1113

15A

16/402

1113

115

77

E048

78
79
80

493

12

A003

81

D878

2102

82

2103

83

493
2103

84

A002
2103

85

86

C157

87

115

2103

88

2103

2103

C159

89
90
91

C023

92

115

93

C155

94

2103

2103

96

C075

97

2103

2103

189

98

18

12

96

12

2103

161

2103

C011

99

2103

2103

10A

E001

286

1000
1010

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

288

C013

288

28/400

2103

161

194

286

95XF series

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25. VOITH RETARDER


OPERATION
The electronic unit of the Voith retarder (D870)
is fed behind the contact through fuse E029.
If the ABS is active, wire 4619 is switched to
earth by relay G239. As a result, the Voith
retarder is deactivated.
The Voith retarder switch (C799) is fed through
wire 4710 and is equipped with 4 outputs
(positions 1 -- 4) which are connected to the
Voith retarder unit. These are the 4 brake
positions.
This is how the electronic unit controls the Voith
retarder valve (B298).
If the coolant temperature is too high (measured
by the coolant temperature sensor (F544)), the
retarder control reduces the retarder pressure
by reducing the current through the proportional
magnetic valve.
A warning lamp on the instrument panel DIP--3
(D852) indicates whether or not the retarder is
active. A signal is also supplied to the CTE--2
unit (D550) through wire 3420 to disengage the
cruise control when using the retarder.
There is a connection on the CTE--2 unit to
supply the speed signal through wire 3502. This
wire is also connected to the electronic unit of
the Voith retarder (D870).

11

0209

2-21

E029

465

1316630/06-12

12

1/
469

10

11

6/
469

12

13

14

5/
469

8/
470

15

16

4/
468

17

18

19

9/
469

D870

20

21

8/
468

22

23

6/
468

24

25

26

5/
468

4/
468

27

28

9/
468

29

3502
5

D802
22
34

30

31

10/
468

2/
470

32

33

34

35

37

38

13

41/
232

19/
232

3/
470

36

D813
3
13

465

39

40

41

42

43

44

G239
3
23

4619

D550
D804
11
30

4619

38/
232

3420

371

10A

18/400

1230

1230

1230

3420

45

6/200
46

47

D852

48

2/239
49

5/202
50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

3/
469

4887

1230

14

4887

2/
469

352

15/
468

4960

13/
468

352

1/
468

352

4960

5109

5109

5110
5110

1230

352
B298

G284

352

5111
3515
3515

352
F544

3420
3516
3516

3542
3542

352

352
F620

4711
4711

3543
3543

4712

471

471

1230

471

4712

4713
4713

4714
4714

445
471

3420

1230

471

3502
4710
4710

3502
3502
4710
4710

4619

4619

465
471

3502
4619

465

16/200
11/200
4619

D878

5/200

2-22
403

25

4619

11
C799

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000245

0209

95XF series

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

26. ZF INTARDER
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

2-23

5/202

10

11

12

13

15

16

1316630/06-12
17

18

19

20

G239
3
23

4619

D550

D804
11
30

4619

21

22

23

24

25

4/
338

12/
338

21/
338

5/
338

D802
22
34

26

3420
27

28

29

13/ 25/
338 338

15/
338

15

30

16

31

32

12

33

34

14

35

36

37

38

39

21

11

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

8/
338
9/
338

22/
338

10/
338

18/
338

14/
338

23/
338

D587

3/
338

2/
338

47

1/
338

48

49

50

1230
8

464
8

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

14

13

4619

16/200

11/200

5/200

3420
4619

41/
232

461

3502
19/
232

371

4619

461
4619

38/
232

403

4619

3502
3502

3502
5

328

3502
3515

12/
395

328

4888

D813
3
13

4960

D852

328

3420

4887

461

461

B089

4888

4883

445
328
F544

461

4960

4711

3515

328

3417
3417

4887

464

4712

3516
3516

D853

4883

464

3420

B088

4711

464

D878

A021

4712

10A
4713
4713

1230
1230

4714
4714

18/400
1230
1230

464

E029
461
464

2-24
1230

26

C799

11
328

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000246

0209

2/239

6/200

95XF series

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

30. DCI
VARIANTS
Location
70
This depends on the speed-limiter type.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

2-25

1234

1234

D591
28
28

1234

23/400

1316630/06-12

Bw

Zt

176

21

E040

Bn

10

443

D850
17
23

15

D850
7
23

1/403
11

12

1/
334

10/
334

13

15

11/
334

13

17

4619

16

371

19/
334

14

D587
21
26

18

19

20

21

1/
134

E019
22

1202

1202

23

24

25

26

27

28

25/
232

41/
232

42/
232

29

12/
334

30

31

55/
232

D550
32

D804

33

34

35

36

371

4/
334

4049
37

10

376
38

39

4049

0 I

40

11

41

4092

42

43

7/
334

44

45

B247
1
24

46

47

G243
18

48

D745
49

31/401
B248
1
24

G004
86
11

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

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C748
B
15

D805
4
29

B501
3
2

1234

15A

378

1223

21/403

G239
35/403

10A

1234

1234

1234

1234

1234

1234

4619

10A
16/401
1202

1202

27/403

4619

D813

E143

371

336

1202

1223

4049

35/400

1223

443

1234

4619

443

4092
4092

4614

1223

1234

376
C754

19/403

377

4684

461
4619

377

4614

E575

30
4684

371

3/403
4619
4619

4686
4686

4049
4049
4049

33/403
4092
4092

D878

4093

32/403
4093
4093

4093

33/401

114

2-26
4093

11
5/401

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000249

0209

54

55

1000
1010

13/
334

14/
334

14

4693

4693

56

57

15

26/
334

14

D805
13
29

F571
1
29

3061

371

192

3053

58

16

60

30

4083

59

336

29/
334

17

D805
10
29

61

30/
334

F571
1
29

62

63

D805
2
29

15

64

24/
334

D805
6
29

20

66

67

D591
44
28

19

28/
334

D805
9
29

68

69

11

16/
334

17/
334

18

32/
334

D805
16
29

27/
334

21

D529
7
33

65

336

D805
5
29

3060

D805
1
29

70

71

D805
25
29

13

72

74

23/
334

73

D805
4
29

31/
334

19

3058

75

D805
27
29

11

2/
334

35/
334

41

76

77

3048
78

A031
A
29

79

D805
8
29

D878

10

3/
334

34/
334

80

81

82

D853
A14
7

D591
30
28

A031
B
29

83

D805
H
29

29

84

20/
334

22/
334

85

D805
G
29

21/
334

28

4081

D805
F
29

3055

3055

3054
3054

3059
3059

3053

4693

4083

336

3060
4697

3056

3056

336

336

4083

4083

371

192

C738

4083

4083

4083

336

4083

336

3058

3057
3057
4697

336
4697

4697

336
371

3052
3052

A021

336
336

336

3048
3048
3048
9011
9011
9011

4697

378

4697

1316630/06-12
G525

3047
3047
3047
3435
3435

336

4081

3047

3435

4082
13

4080
20

4080

336
371
378
3435

336

4082

371
2

86

87

114

0209
4080

30
G525

D804
88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

B192

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11

EL000250

2-27

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


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95XF series

41. WEBASTO AUXILIARY HEATING, THERMO 90


VARIANTS
Location
78
Wire 4009 only applies in the case
of a VF.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

2-28

0209

C760
2
20

87

86 87A

EL000243

30

1316630/06-12

85

15A

1156

376

C802
2
20

1156
1201

3410
3557

10

11

87

86 87A

13

14

1156

30

85

12

E114
383

15A
34/402
1156

15/401

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

G247

1201
1201

4892

DVB

4892

G300
478

15

380
1156

E031

DVB

16

1156

1156

0 I

17

18

19

20

5/
480

4/
480

6/
480

2/
480

4660

15

1156
5

478

1156
1156

C778
1156

397

1156

1156

G170

4660
4660

380
1156

1156

21

383
22

7/
480

8/
480

4660
23

478

C588
2
20

24

0
2

25

E576

4660
4660
4660
4690

4980
26

4980

1201

E571
3

27

383
28

3557

1156
1/
1/
518 168

5/
168

29

31

7/
173

32

16/400
34

33

5/
173

3/
173

6/
168

6/
167

3410

1211

6/
173

30

4892

4980

4980

397
383

10A
4980
4980

4980

14/401

478

397

35

36

3/
168

E565

37

38

145

13

9/
167

39

40

378
115

12

3/
167

3410

3452

D869

145

14/400
3410

3402

41

145

1211

42

43

F087
1

D591
19

7/
167

11

3410

3452

44

45

145

E035
4666

478

4666

478
478

1/
167

46

12/400
47

145

13/400
4667
4667
5/530
8/530

48

49

3402

4981

G240
4668
4668
12/530

4981
1/530

4981
4981
4981
6/530

4663
4663
7/530

41

2/530

2/
167

F000
2

4664

D878

50

51

145

1000
1010

52

1000
1010

53

B204

0209
4664

95XF series

11/530

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

11

2-29

54

55

56

4922

145

58

1316630/06-12

59

145

60

61

62

63

145
64

65

66

67

30

68

69

70

B068

71

31

383
115
72

73

74

75

45/
232

76

383
4002

77

78

27

79

B010
50
A

80

D878

15A
15/402
1100
81

G015
85
A

82

C539

E037
6/412

1100
1/412
4/412

1100

83

G178
85
1

84

G178
30
1

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

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57

3/530

4935

9300

9300

10/530

4922

4936

12

9300

4002

10

4/
168

2/
166

1/
166

10/
167

8/
167

9300

9300

9/530

4665

5/
167

B204

4665

4935

4935

383
115

4936
4936

4/
167

D550

4002

4/530

4002
4009
4009

D869

2/412

114

41
4001

2-30
1130

11
4002

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000244

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

44. FUEL FILTER / WATER SEPARATOR


If the vehicle is switched to contact, a voltage is
applied through wire 1010 and fuse E170 both
to connection point 1 of the electronic unit
(D855) and to connection point 6 of the fuel
filter/water separator switch (C747). If the switch
is operated, relay G234 is activated through wire
5048. Now a voltage is also applied, through
wire 1000, fuse E171, wire 1179, contacts 3 and
1 of relay G234 and wire 5051, to connection
point rdzt1 of fuel filter/water separator sensor
(B241). If the heating element is switched on
with switch C747, the LED ON in the electronic
unit D855 will be lit.
If the sensor in the fuel filter/water separator
section detects water, the LED DRAIN in the
electronic unit (D855) is activated through wires
5049 and 5050.

11

0209

2-31

A500

1000

B010

50

2/233

1/233

30

31

10

11

12

1000

B+

13

14

15

D+

A502
16

17

rdzt1

A2

19

rdzt2

18

5048

1000

G014
1
3

1000

1000

30

87

15A

A1

E171
20

21

G234

1010

114

1010

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1000

1000

1179
5051
5051
5051

519
520
519 520

1000

22

23

24

520

rd2

rd1

520

5049

25

5050

B241

26

28

5050

5049

27

519

519

29

521
30

gl

ON

gl

521

1010

31

B1

B2

10A

1010

E170
rd

32

33

zt

DRAIN

34

D855
35

36

37

38

39

41

12

10

40

13

5048

E117
2
19

5048
5048

D878

1285
1285

1285
1285
1285

521

2630

1010

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

G525

G015
G525

5049
5050

5049
5050

1316630/06-12

521

189
291

2630
2630
2630

2-32
C747

44

194

11

1000

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000247

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95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

45. FUEL PREHEATING


If the vehicle is switched to contact, a voltage is
applied to connection point 6 of the fuel
preheating switch (C677) through wire 1010 and
fuse E170. If this switch is operated, the voltage
is applied to connection point 2 of relay G201
through wire 6008. This is energised. Now a
voltage is applied to connection point 1 of the
fuel heating element (B182) through wire 1000,
fuse E164, wire 1190, contacts 3 and 1 of relay
G201 and wire 6009.

11

0209

2-33

A500

1000

B010

50

2/233

1000

G014
1
3

1/233

30

31

10

11

12

1000

1000

1000

30

87

G015
D

B+

13

14

15

D+

A502
16

17

18

19

20

21

522

22

23

6009

24

A1

A2

15A

1010

1000

25

E164
26

D878

27

6008
4

G201
28

29

30

1010

31

B1

32

6008

B2

10A

1010

114

1010

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1000

1000

1190
1190
6009

1000

1000

33

35

12

10

34

E117
2
19

13

E170

1285

1010

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E459335

G525

1316630/06-12
G525

B182

6008
6008

2630
1285

189
291

2630
2630
2630

2-34
C677

45
522

6009

194

11

1000

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000248

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95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

3. MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E473500
3.1 OVERVIEW OF MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Modification/Chassis numbers
Electrical system

From chassis
number

Modification

See subdiagram no.

Voltage before and


after the contact

0E473500

Changed connector on printed circuit for wires


1000 and 1010

CTE

0E473500

CTE-2 (D550) changed to CTE-3 (D884)

Air conditioning

0E473500

Air-conditioning relay (G279) no longer connected in series with switches E508 and E509

20

Starting circuit

0E477514

Starter lock relay (G303) removed, now


mechanical starter lock in ignition lock

Gearbox gate
safety

0E473500

Gate safety activation changed, now activated


through CTE-3

13

E-gas 3

0E473500

Fuse for E-gas (E197) added

28

Oil level HGS

0E475536

Switch for oil level HGS (F076) removed

Search light

0E481530

LED-lighting added for air-conditioning switch


(C760) and recirculation switch (C802)

19

Door lock

0E481530

Fuse E182 changed to fuse E026


Wire mark 1181 changed to 1105

36

Air conditioning

0E481530

LED-lighting added for air-conditioning switch


(C760) and air-conditioning recirculation switch
(C802)

20

CWS-2

0E493304

Air filter switch (F016) removed

UPEC

Depending on
whether vehicle is
fitted with UPEC

UPEC system added

47

ABS / ASC

Depending on
whether vehicle is
fitted with UPEC

Wires 3484 and 3485 added in connection with


UPEC system

23

Connector sockets
FT

Depending on
whether vehicle is
fitted with UPEC

Various changes in connections because of


modified and new systems
Connector A046 added in view of UPEC system

42

Connector sockets
FA

Depending on
whether vehicle is
fitted with UPEC

Various changes in connections because of


modified and new systems
Connector A046 added in view of UPEC system

43

Auxiliary heating

0E502734

Webasto Thermo 90 replaced by Eberspcher


Hydronic 10

46

0209

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

3.2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/13-23


This page provides room for your own notes on
the circuit diagram.

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95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

3.3 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODE NUMBERS IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


1316630/13-23
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 1
A000
A001
A004
A007
A021
A026
A027
A031
A038
A040
A042
A043
A046
A500
A502
B000
B001
B002
B003
B004
B005
B006
B007
B009
B010
B011
B015
B017
B018
B023
B024
B025
B026
B028
B030
B032
B033
B036
B038
B039
B040
B041

0209

:
:
:

Basic code number


Description
Number on search bar of circ
uit diagram 1316630/13-23
Column 2
(Semi-)trailer socket (7-pin)
Rear fog light back-up light socket (7-pin)
ABS FA socket (7-pin)
24V socket (2-pin)
Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
Superstructure side-lights (4-pin)
Accessory socket (4-pin)
Diagnostic socket, 2-pin, SAE CUMMINS
Accessory socket (2-pin) 40A
Alarm system socket
Dashboard socket (2-pin)
Chair console socket on drivers side (2-pin)
Connector for the body builder for remote control connection
Batteries (2)
Generator of integrated voltage regulator
Windscreen-wiper motor
Windscreen-wiper pump motor
Headlight-washer pump motor
Electric motor for window control, drivers side
Electric motor for window control, co-drivers side
Left-hand mirror adjustment motor
Right-hand mirror adjustment motor
Vehicle/engine speed regulator motor E-gas
Roof hatch motor
Starting motor
Electric motor for speed limiter
4-speed heater fan
Mirror heating, drivers side
Mirror heating, co-drivers side
Radio
Left-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Citizen Band
Air horn
Cigarette lighter, drivers side
Seat heating, drivers side
Seat heating, co-drivers side
Resistor, alternator, D+
Glow filament
Glow filament
Glow filament
Glow filament

Column 3
56/57/230/241/284/399
258/262/397/399
404
395
191
230/241/396/400
400
849/850
394
776
360
392
908
2
4
84
92
94
728
724
741/750
745/754
818
772
8/11
878
376/378/521/522/523
758
759
707
708/714
709/715
711
762
362
388
390
6
30/947
30/947
948
948

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

Column 1
B042
B043
B071
B072
B073
B079
B088
B089
B122
B129
B130
B131
B132
B133
B134
B135
B136
B166
B168
B170
B174
B175
B178
B179
B180
B181
B182
B185
B186
B187
B192
B199
B200
B237
B238
B241
B243
B244
B245
B246
B247
B248
B250
B252
B253
B254
B256
B257
B258
B259
B290
B293

3-4

Column 2
Air dryer element heating
Air-conditioning compressor
Lifting-gear lifting valve
Lifting-gear lowering valve
Lifting-gear motor pump
Valve single-H-safety
Intarder valve, proportional
Intarder valve, air supply
Fuel metering pump for auxiliary heating, Eberspcher
Electric motor for left-hand headlight-height adjustment
Electric motor for right-hand headlight-height adjustment
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 1
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 2
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 3
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 4
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 5
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 6
Valve, ECAS front axle
Glow filament for D1LC auxiliary heating
Automatic lubrication pump with push-button switch
Electric motor for speed limiter
Roof panel motor Super Space Cab
Left-hand loudspeaker
Left-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Fuel heater
Radio
Loudspeaker filter, drivers side
Loudspeaker filter, co-drivers side
Engine brake valve
Central door locking, drivers side
Central door-locking motor, co-drivers side F249 XH/XC
ASC valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FT)
Sensor for heating element fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control valve
Inter-axle locking differential control valve
PTO control valve
PTO control valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FA)
Recirculation valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply
Valve ECAS trailing/leading axle lifting/lowering
Left-hand front ABS valve
Right-hand front ABS valve
Left-hand rear ABS valve
Right-hand rear ABS valve
Electro-pneumatic boost pressure valve
Gearbox gate safety valve

95XF series
Column 3
386
369
613
607
617
81
468
466
510/526
678
680
919
921
922
925
926
928
634/665
508
475
871
766
716
718
719
720
797
713
717
719
79/851/934
688
683/693
419
632
785
265
268
273
277
440
441
630
381
662
667
411
413
415
417
930
45

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
B294
B298
B501
C000
C001
C002
C003
C006
C007
C008
C009
C010
C011
C012
C013
C014
C015
C016
C017
C018
C019
C020
C021
C022
C023
C024
C025
C026
C027
C046
C047
C052
C053
C062
C063
C064
C065
C066
C067
C068
C071
C072
C073
C074
C075
C110
C111
C115
C130
C139

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

Column 2
Switch-off cab suspension valve, front height control
Switch-off cab suspension valve, back height control
Compact tachograph
Dipped beam, left
Dipped beam, right
Main beam, left
Main beam, right
High-beam headlight, left
High-beam headlights, right
Fog light, front left
Fog light, front right
Side-headlight, left
Side-headlight, right
Side-light, front left
Side-light, front right
Direction indicator lamp, front left
Direction indicator lamp, front right
Direction indicator lamp, left, side
Direction indicator lamp, right, side
Rear direction indicator, left
Rear direction indicator, right
Brake light, left
Brake light, right
Rear light, left
Rear light, right
Fog light, rear left
Fog light, rear right
Back-up light, left
Back-up light, right
Map-reading lamp, drivers side
Map-reading lamp, co-drivers side
Heater fan light, left
Heater fan light, right
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Central upper storage compartment lighting
Central lower storage compartment lighting
Right-hand storage compartment lighting
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Right-hand tool compartment lighting
Work lamp
Ashtray light, left
Ashtray light, right
Side-light, rear left
Side-light, rear left
Lower bunk reading lamp with switch
Upper bunk reading lamp with switch
Bunk reading lamp with switch
Red interior night light, drivers side
Red interior night light, co-drivers side

Column 3
288
452
22
245
246
249
250
251
252
254
255
220
232
222
233
48
51
50
54
49
52
281
283
225
236
256
257
260
261
322/349
323/351
366
367
309/331
315/333
304/356
305
307
325/357
326/358
19
363
364
223
234
352
353
302
346
344

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500
Column 1
C148
C149
C150
C151
C154
C155
C156
C157
C158
C159
C539
C588
C622
C677
C695
C696
C697
C698
C725
C726
C727
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735
C736
C737
C738
C739
C740
C741
C742
C743
C744

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C745
C746
C747
C748
C749
C750
C751
C754
C760
C761
C763

3-6

Column 2
Interior lighting, drivers side 2 x 21W
Interior lighting, co-drivers side 2 x 21W
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Central interior lighting with switch
Rear number plate light, left (trucks)
Rear number plate light, right (trucks)
First side-light left (trucks)
First side-light right (trucks)
Second side-light left (trucks)
Second side-light right (trucks)
Accessory start-contact switch
Switch, 4-speed heater fan
Switch, vehicle lighting and marker lights
Fuel heater switch
Switch for mirror adjustment, drivers side
Switch for mirror adjustment, co-drivers side
Switch for seat heating, drivers side
Switch for seat heating, co-drivers side
Work light switch
Glow plug switch
Rear fog light switch
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control), co-drivers side F249
XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control), drivers side F249
XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, drivers side F249 XC
Interior night lighting switch FG249 XC
Roof panel switch F249 XL/XH/XC
ASC-traction switch
Speed regulator cut-out switch
Lifting-gear switch
Switch ECAS, normal level
Switch ECAS axle lifting
Auxiliary drive-off switch
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on drivers
side)
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on co-drivers
side)
Switch for electric window control on drivers side (door on drivers side)
Switch, mirror heating
Control switch for fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control switch
Inter-axle locking differential control switch
PTO control switch
PTO control switch
Engine-brake switch VF engine
Air-conditioning switch
CWS switch, more warnings
Potentiometer for instrument light dimming

95XF series
Column 3
317/336
312/339
355
329
226
237
227
238
228
240
15
377/522
204/207
794
743/751
747/755
388
390
19
32
210
317/337
317/337
312/340
312/340
319/347
766/771
430
861
613
623/646
649
653
730
735
738
759
791
265
268
273
277
859
372
155
119

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
C764
C765
C773
C774
C775
C776
C778
C799
C802
C803
C804
D503
D525
D529
D587
D591
D597
D609
D610
D611
D612
D613
D622
D623
D668
D703
D704
D705
D708
D709
D710
D721
D722
D745
D758
D759
D802
D804
D805
D806
D809
D814
D850
D851
D852
D853
D855
D862
D870

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

Column 2
Potentiometer for headlight-height adjustment
Hazard light switch (with LED search light)
Rear fog light switch
Central door locking switch
Switch for direction indicator, main beam/dipped beam/horn
Stalk switch
Switch for auxiliary heating
Switch for retarder
Recirculation switch
Central door locking switch
Flexible vehicle speed limitation switch
Electronic unit for lifting gear
Electronic unit for converter 24/12V
Electronic unit for ECAS remote control
Electronic unit for ZF intarder
Electronic unit for E-gas 3
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-V
Diode for light switch
Diode for main beam/dipped beam
Diode for lifting gear lowering valve damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting valve damping
Diode for lifting gear relay pump damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting lock
Diode for lifting gear lowering lock
Diode for generator safety (D+)
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at
drivers side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at
co-drivers side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating with running engine
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers
stepwell 316/335
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers switch
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to drivers switch
Diode for parking brake, prevent feedback
Diode for brake lights, prevent feedback
Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves
Diode prevent feedback to CWS
Diode prevent feedback to brake lights
Electronic unit for ECAS-2
Electronic unit for DAF/Cummins interface
Electronic unit, CUMMINS CELECT
Electronic unit for automatic lubrication
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-G
Electronic unit ECS
Electronic unit for ABS/ASC D-version
Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)
Instrument panel DIP-3
Electronic unit for CWS-2
Electronic unit for water separator
Electronic unit, central door locking
Electronic unit for Voith retarder 133-2

Column 3
676
38
214
693
41/217/762
91/818/839/905
513/531
458/471
383
684
902
605
705
621/644
472
804
873
208
217
606
612
610
613
607
6
506
505
504

336
312/340
104
285
443
291
286
655
861
824
475
866
915
407
626
105
155
788
684
448

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500
Column 1
D871
D884
D901
E000
E001
E004
E005
E006
E007
E008
E009
E010
E013
E016
E019
E023

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E025
E026
E027
E028
E029
E030
E031
E033
E034
E035
E037
E040
E041
E042
E043
E044
E048
E051
E052
E053
E062
E084
E091
E108
E112
E114
E117
E118
E143
E157
E160
E161
E164
E167

3-8

Column 2
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating D3LC
Electronic unit CTE3
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating Eberspcher Hydronic 10
Fuse for side-light, rear left
Fuse for side-light, rear right
Fuse, dipped beam, drivers side
Fuse for dipped lights indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse for main beam, drivers side
Fuse for main beam indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse, spot lights
Fuse, front fog lights
Fuse, rear fog lights
Fuse, brake lights
Fuse, reversing lights
Fuse, preglowing, CTE, direction indicators, engine brake
Fuse for switch for cold start, tachograph, auxiliary heating
programming clock
Fuse, windscreen wiper, headlight washer
Fuse, cigarette lighter
Fuse, 24V/12V converter
Fuse, cab interior lighting
Fuse for engine brake/retarders
Fuse, horn
Fuse for heater fan ITC unit
Fuse, electric window control motor, co-drivers side
Fuse, electric window control motor, drivers side
Fuse for instruments and indicator lamps
Fuse for contact switch
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS, (semi-)trailer
Fuse, mirror heating/adjustment
Fuse, central power supply, (semi-)trailer
Fuse for ECAS-1
Fuse for ECAS remote control working light
Fuse for ECAS diagnostic connector (16-pin)
Fuse, lifting gear and ECAS
Fuse, lighting
Fuse, for air dryer element/fuel contamination separator
Fuse for CTE2/CTE3
Fuse for glow indicator lamp
Fuse, auxiliary heating Eberspcher
Fuse for search light
Fuse, relay for UPEC power supply
Fuse for E-gas tachograph
Fuse, automatic lubrication
Fuse for Cummins motor
Fuse for Cummins motor
Fuse for fuel heater before contact
Fuse for take-over relay, starting motor

95XF series
Column 3
512
43
526
220
232
245
246
249
250
251
254
256
280
260
32
22
91
362
17
302/332
446
762
369/519
723
727
101
15
420
407
408
404
731
397
658
19
191
613/627/642
201
386
46
31/949
510/520
243
917
27
476
824
825
797
9

0209

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95XF series
Column 1
E168
E170
E171
E172
E184
E194
E197
E501
E507
E508
E509
E511
E514
E515
E524
E525
E526
E527
E528
E529
E550
E560
E561
E564
E566
E570
E571
E575
E579
E580
F000
F006
F007
F011
F033
F038
F047
F048
F050
F087
F088
F501
F509
F512
F513
F514
F515

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

Column 2
Fuse for accessories/microwave
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator control
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator
Fuse for ABS (semi-)trailer 10A
Fuse UPEC
Fuse for UPEC for the body builder
Fuse for E-gas
Control switch for back-up light
Proximity switch for axle load protection of lifting-gear (10 tonnes)
Thermal switch for air-conditioning compressor
High / low pressure air-conditioning control switch
Brake light control switch
Control switch for interior step lighting, door switch on drivers side
Control switch for interior step lighting, door switch on co-drivers side
Control switch for lifting-gear limit switch oil pressure
Control switch for central upper storage compartment lighting
Control switch for central lower storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand tool compartment lighting
Control switch for glow filament temperature
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch of gearbox gate safety
Engine brake control switch
Control switch for thermostat for auxiliary heating Eberspcher (D1LC)
Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10
Control switch for auxiliary heating Thermo 90
Clutch proximity switch
Proximity switch for thermostat for auxiliary heating fan Eberspcher
Proximity switch for timer for auxiliary heating fan Eberspcher
Parking brake control switch
Control switch for differential lock, 1st differential
Control switch for differential lock, 3rd differential
Control switch for engine oil pressure
Control switch for splitter signalling
Control switch for differential lock, 2nd differential
Control switch for steering system (1st circuit)
Control switch for steering system (2nd circuit)
Control switch for differential lock pressure (1st and 2nd differentials)
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Engine-speed sensor
Cab temperature sensor of auxiliary heating
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front left
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front right
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, left-hand drive axle
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, right-hand drive axle

Column 3
394
789
785
405
915
914
805
260
604
372
372
280
309/332
315/334
611
304/356
306
308
325/358
326/359
932
355
45
59/942
511
272
531
803/857/913
534
536
101
144
148
164
127
147
160
162
145
150
152
107
535
406
407
408
410

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11

Column 1
F531
F533
F535
F544
F552
F555
F558
F561
F565
F566
F571
F585
F608
F612
F613
F614
F615
F616
F620
G000
G001
G002
G003
G004
G005
G014
G015
G028
G029
G030
G031
G036
G052
G065
G066
G126
G170
G178
G201
G203
G231
G234
G236
G237
G238
G239
G240
G243
G247
G257
G258
G259

3-10

Column 2
Sensor for accelerator pedal E-gas
Vehicle-speed sensor (4-pin), 1st
Sensor for engine coolant temperature
Sensor for coolant temperature of secondary retarder
Crankshaft position sensor
Boost pressure sensor
Camshaft position sensor
Inlet-air temperature sensor
Fuel temperature sensor
Sensor for engine coolant temperature
Sensor for accelerator pedal ECS
Sensor for engine coolant level
Sensor for fuel level
Height sensor, ECAS left-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS right-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS front axle
Pressure sensor, ECAS driven axle, left/right
Cab locking sensor
Sensor for oil temperature in Voith retarder 133-2
Relay, width/marker/tail lights
Relay, dipped beam
Relay, main beam
Relay, spotlights
Relay, front fog light
Relay, rear fog light
Glow-filament relay
Contact relay
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, drivers side
Relay for electric window control, drivers side
Relay for brake light, 1st
Lifting-gear motor relay
Heater fan relay
Lifting-gear takeover relay
Relay for UPEC power supply
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Relay, accessories
Relay for fuel heater EFPH
Starting-motor takeover relay
Radio lighting relay (12V)
Relay for window control, fuel filter/water separator
Windscreen wiper microrelay (speed 1 or 2)
Windscreen wiper microrelay (automatic zero position)
Headlight-washer microrelay
Relay for disengaging third brake
PTO/engine speed microrelay
Engine brake (DEB) microrelay
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Recirculation valve microrelay
Recirculation valve microrelay
N-10-PTO control relay

95XF series
Column 3
815
22
115
456/469
917
923
915
918
920
921
840/841/924/927
167
116
626/655
627/657
628/658
659
289
454
207/220
217/245
218/249
219/251
210/254
214/256
30/76/932/947
5/15
722/730
724/732
726/738
728/739
280/281
609/617
520/524
609/611
916/917
520/531
16/17
794/797
9/14
706/708/712/713
785/791
84/86
85/88
83/94
421/434
101/153
438/440/443/936
519/526
381/383
381/384
272/273

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
G267
G279
G280
G284
G297
G300
G301
G302
G321
G328
G516
G525
G718
G721
G723
G725
G726

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

Column 2
Air-conditioning microrelay
Air-conditioning microrelay
Heater fan relay
Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2
Cab air suspension relay
Microrelay for auxiliary heating, Thermo 90
Microrelay, light D+
Microrelay for Swedish lighting
UPEC connector relay for the body builder
UPEC engine stop relay
Central earth cab co-drivers side
Central earth flywheel housing motor
Connection parking brake/PTO
Speed regulator switch connection
Connection for central door locking
Connection for auxiliary heating D3LC
Connection panel switch DEB

Column 3
369/372
371/375
378/380
446/447
288/291
517/518
203/204
202/206
910/911
909/944
294
847
102
818/839
694
510
438

11

0209

3-11

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

3.4 SUBDIAGRAMS OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/13-23


A
1
5
7
13
19
20
23
28
36
42
43
46
47

Voltage before and after the contact


Charging circuit/starting motor /contact
switch/starter switch
CTE-3
CWS-2
Gearbox and gate safety
Search light
Heater fan/air-conditioning system
ABS/ASC
E-gas 3
Automatic windows/roof hatch/central
door locking
Connector sockets FT
Connector sockets FA
Auxiliary heating Eberspcher
Hydronic 10
UPEC

11

3-12

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

A. VOLTAGE BEFORE AND AFTER CONTACT


VOLTAGE BEFORE CONTACT
A constant voltage is applied to both the
Pertinax block and connectors 416 and 417
through wire 1000 and connector 114 (pins A
and B). These wires are NOT fuse-protected.
They can only be made dead by disconnecting
the battery leads or by disconnecting
connector 114.
VOLTAGE AFTER CONTACT
A voltage is applied to the Pertinax connection
block through the starting motor (point 30) and
the alternator (B+). This connection point can be
connected to wire 1010 through contact relay
G015. This wire is NOT fuse-protected.
OPERATION
If the contact/starter switch (C539) is switched
to the accessories position (connection
between points 1 and 6), voltage is applied
through wire 1130 to relay G178. If the
contact/starter switch is switched to the contact
position (connection between points 1 and 4),
the relay is activated through wire 4001.
This relay then connects wire 1000 (voltage
before contact) to wire 1010 (voltage after
contact). If the contact/starter switch (C539) is
turned further against the spring pressure
(connection between points 1 and 2), relay
G015 remains activated and the starting-motor
relay (B010) is also activated. The starting motor
will now start operating.
If the starter key is released, the contact switch
will automatically return and remain in the
contact position. The starting motor (B010) is
no longer activated.
VARIANTS
Location
6 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF.

11

0209

3-13

A500

1000

D550
45
6

D827
A4
41

27

50

4002

114

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

1/416

1000

30

1000

4002

4002
4002

B010

383

4009

4009

4002

1000

10

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114
31

11

G178
30
1

12

13

1000

E168
A1
21

B+

1000

1010

4002

1100

15A
14

15/402
15

E037
16

17

1020

D+

1100

1/417

1010

114

1000

1000

1000

2/412
18

30

87

1/412
4/412

1010

19

86

85

20

21

1130

C539

22

G178
85
1

1024

1020

23

24

1020
A040
7
42

383

25

26

D853
B6
7

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

G525

1316630/13-23
G525

1100

A502

6/412

4001

B036
G015

D668
13/402
1020
1020
1020

3-14
1020

A
114

11

1000

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000253

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
1.

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

CHARGING CIRCUIT / STARTING MOTOR / CONTACT/STARTER SWITCH

CONTACT CIRCUIT
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
6 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, switch C539 and
wire 1130 to contact 85 of relay G178.
Because relay G178 is activated, a connection is
made between contacts 30 and 87 and a
voltage is applied through fuse E037, wire 1100,
the contacts 30 and 87 of relay G178, wire 1147,
and through fuses E027 and E052 to the
electronic unit of converter 24 V/12V D525 and
the work light switch C725.
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
4 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, wire 1100, switch
C539 and wire 4001 to contact 85 of relay G015.
As a result, relay G015 is activated, so that wire
1000 is connected to wire 1010. Now voltage is
applied to the supply after contact circuit
(connection point 1010) and, through resistor
B036 and diode D668, to the connection points
D+ of the alternator A502, connection point 85 of
relay G303 and to the electronic unit CWS
D853.
START CIRCUIT
When the engine is started, a connection is
made between the contacts 1 and 2 with
contact/starter switch C539. The voltage now
runs from the batteries through wire 1000, fuse
E037, connection 12 of the contact/starter
switch, wire 4002 and contacts 30 and 87 of
relay G303, wire 4009, to connection point 50 of
starting motor B010. The coil of the starting
motor relay is now activated, so that a voltage is
supplied to the starting motor, as a result of
which the motor will start operating.

11

0209

3-15

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

CHARGING CIRCUIT
If the contact is activated, a voltage is applied to
resistor D+ B036.
The other side of the resistor is connected to the
D+ connection of the alternator through diode
D668 and wire 1020.
The D+ connection is connected to earth
through the integrated voltage regulator in the
alternator A502. This will cause a small current
to run, causing a magnetic field in the alternator.
After starting, the voltage on clamps B+ and D+
will increase to approx. 29 V. This is caused by
the fact that the regulator disconnects the earth
connection in the regulator and connects it to
the battery voltage. This voltage is also applied
to wire 1020, so that the difference of potential
over the resistor becomes 0 V. The magnetic
field now disappears, so that the generator is
not activated for a short time. This will reduce
the voltage on outputs B+ and D+.
The regulator is activated if the voltage drops
below 27.6 V. This way, the generator voltage
supply remains relatively constant. The batteries
are fed by generator output B+.
VARIANTS
Location
5 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF.

11

3-16

0209

0209

1316630/13-23

3-17
EL000254
1

A500

2
3

1000

4
5

50

4002

27

B010

4009

4009

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

114
1000

1000

1000

30

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

1/416

1/417

1000

10

31

11

1000

E168
A1
21

1000

1010

4009

114
1000

12

1100

13

B+

14

1100

15
16

1020

D+

4002

4002

15/402

15A

E037
19/402

1100

18

86

30

17

85

2/412
4001

4/412

1/412

6/412

19

C539

87

1010

1100

1000

1010

G525

G525

A502

1000

11

G015

20
21

20/402

22

1130

1130

23
24

4002

86 87A

26

D827
A4
41

87

25

1/402

G178

28

4002

10/403

29

1147

30

D525
2
35

10A

12/403

D878

1147

27

32/400

30

1147

383

85

3/402

4002

1147
1147
1106

31

E027

32

C725
5
22

1110

1110

10A

34/400

33

176

E052

34
35
36
37

1020

1020

38
39

C754
5
30

10

A040
7
42

13/402

4049

383

1020

114

4049

1020

D853
B6
7

1024

B036

1020

D668
1020

4049

41

4002

40

376

42

12

55/
232

4049

45/
232

4049

43

114

1202

44

16/
232

42/
232

10A
1202

1202

1202

45

D804
6
30

4011

D813
1
13

4049

D550

16/402

E019

46
47
48

1202

176

10

0 1

1202

371

G243
3
24

114

B192
G525

4049

4011

176

50

1202

185

52
53

1000
1010

C775
3
4

51

E564
2
14

1202

49

C726
1202

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

5.

95XF series

CTE-3

VARIANTS
Location
14

22,29

50,85,89

104

DVB:

Not applicable when the


vehicle is fitted with UPEC
system.
Connector 495 is only used in
the case of an FA.
Connector 493 is used in the
case of an FT.
Not applicable when the
vehicle is fitted with UPEC
system.
Only applies in the case of a
VF engine.

SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE


INFORMATION.

11

3-18

0209

A040
1
42

C765
6
42

1114

1114

15A

C776
4
39

C776
2
39

C776
3
39

10

10

B001
1
39

11

C776
5
39

20/ 39/
232 232

46/
232

21/
232

E117
2
19

49/
232

42/
232

29/ 1/
232 232

D813
1
13

2630

4502

282

1114

E108

1114

E019

4500

4503

380

32/402

1114

1114

10A

16/401

1202

1202

4501

4503

4503

1202

3/400

2630

1/400
12

28/
232

50/
232

4510
12

13

1205

3/
232

B002
1
39

11

19/400
4511
4511
4013
14

G014
86
3

4013

G238

15

21/400
37/
232

16

C765
2
4

2000

281
114

1205

380

7/400
17

1205

35/
232

18

C765
1
4

5/400

19

C755
1
4

21

C755
2
4

22

4506

23

25

C014
1
4

24

4506

C018
1
4

2006

D884

4/
232

B000
53B
39

53/
232

20

B000
53
39

4506

24/
232

52/
232

380

G236

2001

1205
2003

4504

6/400
4507

4/400
4508
2002

2006

20/400

2006

31/400
1205

1000
1010

26

A040
2
42

B000
3
39

E025
27

C016
1
4

28

29

1205

D878

1205

11/400

185

31/
232

30

C019
1
4

31

23/ 40/
232 232

B000
2
39

3
4

10/400
2

G237
8/400

32

C015
1
4

33

1205

9/400
4505
2007

22/400
2006

2006

115
495

2006
2006

187
34

C017
1
4

2007
35

A040
3
42

36

2/
232

37

39

A000
5
4

38

30/
232

A000
3
4

2008

15A

281
284

2006

115

1205
2006
2006

40

41

D852
8
4

42

D852
2
4

43

34

26

44

D721
2
28

45

401

13/
232

7/
232

34/
232

3401

4509

115
495

2009
2008

3400

401

3475
46

D722
2
14

47

48

B501
D3
2

49

11

14/
232

18/
232

3500

50

E564
3
14

185

4509
2007
2007

2007
2007
2007

1316630/13-23
2007

286
288

2007
2007

115
2009

3475
3475
3475

4051
4051

0209
51

25/
232

52

D804
12
30

53

1000
1010

4686

398

95XF series

4686

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

EL000256

3-19

54

5131

35

57

2600

58

60

2600

59

E514
1
16

D853
5
7

281

D862
3
36

61

C062
1
16

62

2610

C149
2
16

67

3502

D587
5
26

72

3
3004

D591
20
28

82

189

63

D710
2
16

64

190

65

66

68

D802
22
34

69

461

70

71

73

74

461

D587
15
26

75

D852
C16
6

76

D852
A12
6

77

B501
C4
2

378

78

79

80

81

A021
9
40

16

83

84

378

D591
31
28

10

85

86

176

C726
1
3

10

87

C754
5
30

88

89

D804
6
30

90

12

91

B192
1
1

92

93

33

96

13

94

B079
2
13

96

G239
3
23

97

371

461

99

D827
A4
41

4009
B010
50
1

C539
2
A

DVB

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

D804
11
30

4619

98

D587
21
26

4619

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

55

56

115

E561
2
13

A040
4
42

D813
3
13

3420

2610

2610

4682

383

45/
232

41/
232

51/
232

55/
232

16/
232

43/
232

5/
232

6/
232

38/
232

19/
232

27/
232

3502

4011

17/
232

2610

445

5131

3502

3004
3004

2600

3420

4049

3502

3004

4049

115
118

26/
232

3420

4047

4049

4030
4030

2600

D884

4049

4682

D878

376

4011

403

4049

4049

371

4030

3502

2600

2600

4049

4619
4619
4619
4619

1316630/13-23

2600

114

4002

383

3-20
4002

4002

11
4002

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000257

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
7.

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

CWS-2

SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE


INFORMATION.

11

0209

3-21

D852

8/201

10A

12/201

E035

1211
8/200

14/401

7/200

1211

10

3413

3012

3403

STOP

1211
20/200

15/200

15/201
11

12

13

1211

1/239
14

2/239

F000
1
28

15

16

17

18

2/
396

3403

3426

19

3012

1211
1211

20

9/
396

2/
395

21

3413
22

1316630/13-23
18

8/
395

11

25

C775
7
9

15/
396

26

27

28

Q
2

29

C622
2
9

E084
D852
B10
6

30

25/401
31

D758
32

0 1

11/
395

1/
396

33

34

35

36

D853

F616
2
14

G297
2
14

10

3412

37

38

E117
2
19

12/
396

39

40

41

6/
396

42

20/
395

1020

43

D802
33
34

44

EGAS

14/
395

D591
30
28

45

A040
7
42

1020

46

47

D804
3
30

12/
395

A502
D+
1

49

D587
2
26

48

1020

50

P
10/
395

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

23

24

21

376

14/
396

1211
1211
13/
396

281

9/
395

10A

281

G240
1
28

3518
3518
3518

1211

3518

1101

14/403
1101
1101

F047

3490

3492

29/401
3412

376

1101

F048

281
C761

D668
13/402
1020

B036
2630
2630

383
445

1024

371

1020

378

1020
3417

3412

3490

3431
3431

3435
3435

114
461

3412

2630
2630
2630

3435
3435

3014

D878

114

3-22
3417

3014

11
F011

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000259

0209

54

55

1000
1010

56

57

377

A004
5
23

58

59

D850
A18
23

377

6/
395

60

ASR

17/
395

10

61

D850
A16
23

62

377

ABS
I

3428

3428

3427

3427

63

64

3/
396

65

66

68

67

5/
395

10

3036

7/
395

114

3036

3471

3471

3022
3022

ABS
II

114
F585
69

70

71

72

5/
396

73

74

75

E514
2
17

C062
1
17

2600

D853

281

0209

1316630/13-23
114

7
2600

76

4/
395

77

78

79

3469

80

81

82

5/
253

D806

D878

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

2600

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

EL000260

3-23

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

13. GEARBOX AND GATE SAFETY


SINGLE-H-SAFETY
If the vehicle speed is below a particular value
(this value depending on the engine type and
the gearbox version), connection point 51 of the
CTE unit (D884) will be connected to earth. As a
result, the single-H-safety valve is activated, so
that it is possible to switch down to the lower
range.
If the vehicle speed gets too high, the earth
connection of connection point 51 will be cut off,
so that it is no longer possible to switch down to
the lower range.
GATE SAFETY
If the gearbox low range has been selected, the
low-gear switch (E561) will be closed.
If the vehicle speed exceeds a particular value
(this value depending on the engine type and
the gearbox version), a supply voltage will be
applied to connection point 26 of the CTE unit.
As a result, the gate safety valve (B293) is
activated, so that it is no longer possible to
change down to first or second gear (with the
force normally used to change gear).
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

3-24

0209

1316630/13-23

1000
1010

118

115

10A

16/401

1202

35

26/
232

42/
232

10

51/
232

D884

B293

1202

5131

1202

33

11

115

E019

115

118

E561

5131

5131

4987

4030
4030

0209
2

B079
12

13

118

118

13
4030

14

1202

15

13

16

115

17

18

1202

1202
19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

1202

5
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95XF series

19. SEARCH LIGHT


SEARCH LIGHT
The search light consists of the lamps and LEDs
in the various function switches.
When the lighting switch (C622) is being
operated, a supply voltage will be applied to
relay G000 through fuse E084 and lighting
switch (C622), wire 2100.
Relay G000 is activated so that a voltage is
applied to the search light (wire 2630) through
fuse E117, causing it to light up.
When switch C622 is being operated, the
following lamps will light up:
B030, C072 (so-called functional lighting).
The following switches will cause an LED to light
up:
C725, C726, C727, C731, C733, C734, C735,
C736, C737, C739, C740, C741, C742, C748,
C749, C750, C751, C752, C754, C760, C761,
C763, C764, C765, C778, C802, C803.
LIGHTING BUZZER
When the lighting switch (C622) is being
operated, a supply voltage will be applied to
relay G000 through fuse E084 and lighting
switch (C622), wire 2100.
Relay G000 is activated so that a voltage is
applied to the search light (wire 2630) through
fuse E117. This wire is also connected to the
electronic unit CWS2 (D853), pin B12.
A signal from the door switch is also applied to
pin 5/396 of the electronic unit CWS2 (D853).
A signal from the alternator (A502) is also
applied to the electronic unit CWS2 (D853) (pin
6/396).

11

If no voltage is measured from the alternator, the


door is open (pin 5/396 of the CWS2 is
connected to earth through lamp C062) and a
voltage is also applied from input 12/396, the
buzzer is activated.
VARIANTS
Location
37 Switch C737 is only used in XF-type
vehicles. Switch C738 is used in VF-type
vehicles.

3-26

0209

1316630/13-23

14/403

10A

0 I II

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C775
7
10

2100

D609

281

176

C773
5
11

C727
2
11

2110

2110

B130
3
33

2154

286

288

B129
3
33

28/401

10

176

12

C764
5
33

11

2110

2100

C775
4
10

22/401
2100
13

2100

2110

2110

2110

14

15

16

86 87A

85

1114
17

A040
1
42

87

30

18

19

E108
20

21

23

35/
232

22

2101

50/
232

37/
232

1/
232

19/
232

G000
1114

2100

5/401

15A
32/402
1114
1114

1101

1101

1101

1101

2/231

1/231

4510

24/401

2110

2110

2110

1114

24

25

0 1

D884

2154

284

2003

380

1114

D878

27

28

26

1114

2003
29

380
1

2003

D610

2110

1000
1010

30

31

C765
32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

2630
41

2630

42

C735

12

21

43

10A
2630
2630
2630

27/400
2630
44

45

46

47

3/400

2630

E117
2630

380
B030

E084

C622

4/231

2000

2000
2000

380
2630
2630
2029

2630
2630

C737

19

380

48

49

50

51

52

2630

2630

2630

53

1000
1010

G238

0209
1/400

95XF series

4510

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11

EL000261

3-27

54

55

2630

56

2630

C731

57

58

59

1316630/13-23

61

62

2630
2630

C752

63

64

65

2630
2630
66

C778
67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

II 0 I

77

78

79

80

2630
2630
81

82

83

84

II 0 I

85

C803
3
36

86

2630
87

88

89

90

91

92

2630

2630
13

93

189

94

2630

96

190

96

97

2630
2630

C751
98

99

2630
2630

21

176
C750

2630

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

2630

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

60

2630

D852
A15
6

D853
B12
7

C803

2630

2630

2630

2630

C072

2630

2630

2630

2630
2630

C733

D878

C726

2630
2630
2630
2630

3-28
C736

19

C748

11
176

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000262

0209

2630

1316630/13-23

2630
2630

2630
5

2630
1

2630
2630
1

2630
B

2630
2630
B

2630
2630
B

2630
B

21

A
0

2630
2630
B

2630
B

C754

C740

C749

C739

C741

C802

C760

C725

C764

1000
1010

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

D878

2630
2630

1000
1010

2630
2630

C763

2630
2630

C727

376
C742

0209
2630
2630

19
376

95XF series

C761

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3-29

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95XF series

20. HEATER FAN/ AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM


A voltage is applied to the heater fan switch
(C588) through the heater fan fuse (E031).
Depending on the position of this switch, the fan
will start operating.
The switch has five (5) positions:
Off:
Position 1:

Position 2:

Position 3:

Position 4:

Heater fan (B015) off.


Fan at lowest speed setting
(wire 4650), supply of heater
fan (B015) through three (3)
resistors.
Fan at somewhat higher
speed setting (wire 4651),
supply of heater fan (B015)
through two (2) resistors.
Heater fan in next to highest
speed setting (wire 4652),
supply of heater fan (B015)
through one (1) resistor.
Heater fan in highest speed
setting (wire 4653), relay
G065 now activated. This
relay connects the supply
(wire 1201) to wire 4654 and
the heater fan. The relay is
only activated in position 4 (full
supply voltage of heater fan
B015).

AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE
RECIRCULATION VALVE
If switch C802 (air-conditioning recirculation
valve) is activated, a voltage is applied to point 1
of relays G257 and G258. As a result, pin 2 of
recirculation-valve motor B252 is connected to
earth and simultaneously pin 1 of B252 is
connected to the positive voltage. This will
activate motor B252 and close the recirculation
valve.

11

If C802 is not activated, no voltage is applied to


both relays G257 and G258. As a result, the
direction of flow of the current through motor
B252 is reversed and the recirculation valve will
open.

3-30

0209

95XF series

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SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE


AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM
When the air-conditioning system is engaged
with switch C760, a voltage is applied to relay
G279 through wire 4655 and a voltage to relay
G267 through switch E508 (air-conditioning
compressor temperature switch), E509
(air-conditioning high/low pressure operating
switch) and wire 4657.
As a result, the heater fan (B015) will start
operating in position 1 and the air-conditioning is
activated.
VARIANTS
Location
33 A round 4-pin black connector is attached to
the wiring harness coming from B043
(air-conditioning compressor). This
connector is not provided with a connector
number and is installed at the front (upper
centre) of the engine block.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

3-31

183

10

183

2
4657

3
4657

12

13

11

1
4

175

14

15

4650

16

3
4

4657

17

4659

18

1201

B252

397

19

20

3
4

17

21

1201

22

1201

23

24

E509

25

21

376
26

12

27

1
4

1201

1201

28

15A
1

E031
29

30

14

1201

1201

DVB

31

32

33

5055
1

34

B043
35

36

37

4650

38

39

40

C588
1

41

42

4654
43

44

4658

45

85 87A

86

D852

46

47

87

30

G280
48

2622

49

16/202
2

50

51

52

B501
2
2

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

4655

C760

4655
4655

4655

4656

4656

1201

G279

C802
1201

1201
1201
1201

1201
4656

5054

4657

5053

4659
4659
4659

376

397

E508

376
397
G257

4655

397

4657

1201

15/401

397
G267

4659

G258

114
397

4650

16

4656

4656

4656

4651

4655

175

4652

376

397

5055
5055

4653
4654

1201

B015

1201
4654

D878

114

1316630/13-23

C052

2622
2622

3-32
397

20

2622

11
C053

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

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95XF series

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23. ABS/ASC
VARIANTS
Location
24 Connector A004 is only used in the case of
an FA. Connector A005 is used in the case
of an FT.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

3-33

A500

1000

B010

50

1000

30

1000

G014
1
3

1000

1000

31

10

11

30

87

12

1000

1000

1000

114

G015
25A

B+

13

14

1000

15

D+

1119

16

17

18

19

3428
20

21

22

321

23

24

25

3428

26

377

27

28

27

29

10

32

12/
453

11/
453

30

18/
453

16/
453

31

6/
395

33

D853
34

10/
453

35

36

37

D850

10A
35/400

10A

115

12/401
1

17/
395

7/
395

321

2/233

1000

1000

1000

1010

A1 E043 A2
A502

3428

377

1/233

1010

114

1000

1000

1119

E172
377
321

1288
1288
1288

3471
3471

3472

E040
2

43

9/
453

38

40

41

42

44

14

6/
453

13/
453

7/
453

A021

14/
453

39

1223

45

46

47

C765
B
4

48

49

380

21

8/
453

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

G525

1316630/13-23
G525

A004

377

D878

377

1010

115

377

10A

3425

3425

3472

19/403
1223
1223

E041
377

3425

377
191

10A
17/400
1225

11/401
1224
1224
3487
3487
3487

23

C737

E042
377

3-34
1225

11

1000

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000302

0209

0209

23

1316630/13-23

3-35
EL000303

54
55
56

4620

57

377

58

4621

59

282

17

ZT 2

4620

282

16

4620

285

4621

377

60
61

3485

377
3485

63

3485

65

66
67

6/
456

ZT 2

5/
456

3/
453

3484

377
3484

68
69
70

71

72

ZT 2

4630

321
4631

321

3484

D814

73
74
75

76
77

19

2/
454

18

4632

4633

1/
454

4632

377
377

78

12

21

79

3/
454

D850

80

D878

5056

377

9/
456

BN 1

4630

499

4632

282
4633

282
5056

282

8/
456

4630

4631

499

4632

285
4633

285
5056

285

12/
295

12

BN 1

64

297
4628

321
4629

321

11

4628

499

13

4628

4629

499

297

4631

F515

4633

B256
5056

11/
295

4623

321

F513

4629

F514

5/
455

62

ZT 2

BN 1

4/
455

1/
453

4622

321

12

4622

4/
454

4620

4621

285

F512

4623

5/
454

4621

BN 1

1000
1010

11

81
83

10

82

4634

321

84
85

11

86
87
88

89
90

14

2/
456

13

1/
456

4640

4641

9/
455

4640

321
321

91

17

92

3/
456

5058

321

8/
455

4634

4635

5057

321
4640

499
4641

499
5058

499

7/
455

4635

321

B257
5057

4641

B258
5058

93
94

96

96

16

15

4642

4642

321
4643

97

321

98

10

18

99

12

19

4/
456
1000
1010

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

11

12

7/
456

5060

321

12/
456

5059

321
4578

321
5060

499

11/
456

4642

499
4643

499
5059

499
4578

499
5060

10/
456

4643

B259
5059

4578

B237

95XF series

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95XF series

28. E-GAS 3
VARIANTS
Location
24 Connector 373 may not be connected. This
depends on whether or not an ECAS
system is installed.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

3-36

0209

1316630/13-23

E013

E511

7/402

10A

6/402

4602

86 87A

5/401

8/402

22

C020
1
14

10

D759
1
14

87
4601

30

11

12

13

14

15

D721
16

17

18

3402

19

3402

20

10A

3402

E035
21

1211

22

F000

85

G036

115

4601

4601

4601

D722
26/401
3475

34/401
3475

32/401
3402

12/400
3402

14/401
1211
3402
9/200
5/200

1209

4602

7/200
3/200

3475

23

1211

1209

24

16/400

1211

D806
1
27

27

28

25

29

32

30

F033
2
6

26

STOP

F087
1
38

D851
25
34

1211

373

1211
3410

1211

3432

1211

3410

31

3410

32

33

34

3004

D852

115

12

35

36

14/400
3410
3410

1211
8/200
4/200
3432

20/200
15/200
3403

15/201
1/202
3438

D878

115

3438

37

38

39

40

41

14/
395

EGAS

9/
396

14/
396

3403

42

D853
43

44

1234
45

3/
223

4/
224

46

3514
47

B7

B501
48

25

50

D805
B7
29

49

10

51

378

371

1000
1010

12/202

G240

1211
1211
3435

28

3004
3004

3514
3514

0209
336
52

3475

3004

3435

3514

1234

53

3452

1000
1010

95XF series

3514

5
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11

EL000264

3-37

1316630/13-23

54

3475

3004

56

57

378

58

59

16/
334

19/
334

17/
334

1234

60

61

371

11

62

63

64

1234

4697

336

A021
65

D805
C26
30

66

14

7/
307

6/
307

67

15

68

4696

69

70

4697

4697

71

19

72

73

74

76

6/
232

77

16

31/
333

20/
333

30/
333

44/
333

75

398

11/
333

1234

50/
333

18

378

78

13/
232

43/
232

79

5052

4686

81

82

36/
333

25/
232

80

37/
333

83

Bn

Zt

21

85

176
84

Bw

86

87

C748
B
15

88

89

SP

SP

54/
333

25/
333

55/
333

28/
333

26/
333

19/
333

27/
333

D591

38/
333

9/
333

3452

1234

90

91

F531

SPS

92

SK

93

SK1

94

96

1/
333

3/
455

97

98

22/
333

51/
333

23/
333

52/
333

24/
333

35/
333

3/
333

96

4/
333

7/
333

6/
455

1000
1010

99

B007

IPS

IP

SK

SK

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

IP

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

55

E143

1234

3/
334

3435

3514

15A

23/400

1234

1234

1234

1234

3435

371

1234

D804

1234

4697

24/402

371

4697

4696
4697

1234

D529

3452

378

1234

4697

3435

4696
4697

378

185
185

378
3514
3435

3004

398

1234

3004

3004

378

4693

398

4682
4682

4691

D878

4686

398

4693

D884

C776
398
398
407

4691

13/400
2/344

4684
4684
4684

4686

378
5/344

4677

3/344

4678

E575

398
407

E197
378

4679

407

4686

4692
4692

1312
1312

3452
3452

10A
26/402
1/344

182
2/313

4680

3460
3460

3461
3461
4670

1/313

4671

D850
4672
7/313

4681
7/344

182
4673
6/313

4674
5/313

4675

3-38
3/313

28

4676

11
4/313

1000
1010

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95XF series

EL000265

0209

95XF series

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36. AUTOMATIC WINDOWS/ROOF HATCH/CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING


ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL, DRIVERS
SIDE (OPENING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G030 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4526). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G031. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the window on
drivers side will open.
ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL, DRIVERS
SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G031 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4527). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G030. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the window on drivers
side will close.
ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL,
CO-DRIVERS SIDE (OPENING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G028 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4522). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G029. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the window on
co-drivers side will open.

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ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL,


CO-DRIVERS SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G029 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4523). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G028. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the window on
co-drivers side will close.
ELECRIC WINDOW CONTROL,
CO-DRIVERS SIDE
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
The automatic window control using C744 on
the co-drivers side is similar to the automatic
window control on the drivers side. When switch
C744 (connection between contacts 4 and 2) is
engaged, relay G028 is activated through switch
C743 (contacts 5 and 2) and the motor (B004)
will open the automatic window. When switch
C744 (connection between contacts 4 and 1) is
engaged, relay G029 is activated through switch
C743 (contacts 3 and 1) and the motor will
operate clockwise and close the automatic
window.
The electric window control will only function if
the contact is switched on.
ROOF HATCH, OPENING
If the roof-hatch switch (C736) is used to make a
connection between contacts 2 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 1 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 1 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4761.
The roof hatch will open.

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ROOF HATCH, CLOSING


If the roof-hatch switch (C736) is used to make a
connection between contacts 8 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 7 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 2 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4760.
The roof hatch will close.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING, CO-DRIVERS SIDE (STANDARD)

5118

5062
5061

B200

DL
DO

C774

2630

G723

31

I0 I I
1000
5/3

E026
(10A)

30B

1105

K100851

Purpose:
To lock the co-drivers side door using
button/key or switch (C774). The driver can
lock/unlock the co-drivers side door from behind
the steering wheel.
Central door locking motor, co-drivers side
(B200):
The motor has two (internal) switches, i.e.:
-

a stroke-end switch (always reverses at


end of stroke) (lower drawing);
a switch which is mechanically connected to
the locking button (always reverses at the
beginning of the upward or downward
movement of the locking button) (upper in
drawing).

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Note:
A mechanical connection consisting of a linkage
mechanism between the cylinder lock and the
locking button will remain.

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Starting position: door unlocked (see


drawing).
The door is locked using the button/key.
The mechanical linkage reverses the upper
switch directly. As a result, a current will
flow through the fuse (E026), the
connection (30b), the motor, the lower
switch and the upper switch through
connection 31 to earth. The mechanical
linkage between the motor and unlock
button will move the button down.
Having reached the lower position, the
stroke end switch reverses.
The same occurs during unlocking. The
direction of rotation of the motor is the
same. The position of the switches is
different, however. The power between
motor/lock button is transmitted through a
lever/connecting rod mechanism.
-

The door is locked using the switch (C774).


If the spring-loaded switch (C774) makes a
connection between connections 5/3 and 7,
point DL of (B200) is connected to earth.
One brief moment is sufficient to start the
motor moving. Because there is a
mechanical linkage between the motor and
the lock button, the upper switch will
reverse immediately afterwards. A current
will flow until the stroke-end switch breaks
the circuit.

The door is unlocked using the switch


(C774). To this end, connection DO is briefly
connected to earth. The action is the same,
except that the switches resume their other
position once the locking button has moved
upwards.

Variants:

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Location
36 If the standard version is installed, the
drivers side central door locking (B199) and
the central door locking electronic unit
(D862) will also not be installed. In that case
cascade G723 is placed on connector 394,
and switch C774 replaces switch C803.

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CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING (OPTION)

31

31

B199

DL

DL

DO

DO

B200

1000
E026
(10A)

10

5061

5062

30B

1105

4538

4537

30B

1105

B
driver co driver lock all
door open

C803

2630

5063

8
5061

5118

2609

2600

D862

0- I

5/3

K100852

Purpose:
To automatically lock both doors if one of
the doors is locked using the key/button.
To automatically lock both doors using the
alarm-system remote control (if available).
If one of the two doors is unlocked, only this
door will open while other door remains
locked.

0209

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Description of central door locking, drivers


side (B199) and central door locking motor,
co-drivers side (B200).
The description of both components is similar to
description B200 as above.
Starting position: both doors locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using the key.
This is the same as the standard version. The
other door remains locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using switch
C803.
If switch C803 is engaged (connection between
pin 1 and 5/3), connection DO of component
B200 is connected to earth. B200 is activated in
the same way as in the standard version.
Starting position: both doors unlocked.
Drivers side door locked using key/button.
The action is similar to that in the standard
version; in this case, however, unit D862 will
measure an earth signal through connection DL
(wire 4538) to pin 1. D862 now connects pin 2 to
earth, also activating B200. The co-drivers side
door is now also locked.
Locking co-drivers side door using key/button.
The operation is the same as the operation
described above. However, unit D862 now
measures an earth signal at pin 2 and will,
therefore, connect pin 1 of component B199 to
earth. The drivers side door is now also locked.
Note:
If one or both door switches sends a positive
signal to pin 3 or 4 of unit D862, the
accompanying components B199 and/or B200
will not be activated.

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0209

21

1316630/13-23

18

B175

17

11

C736
16

12

12

C149
3
17

4706

C130
3
17

10

2630
2630

13

14

2630

15

16

17

31
4

1
308

18

19

21

DO
2

3
DL

20

B200

1105

22

277

277

8/
394

2/
394

20

23

24

II 0 I

1105

1105

6/
394

276

380

25

26

15A
35/402
27

2630

1105
A

28

E026
9/
334

10/
394

1105
29

C803

10A

4761

4761

1105

1104

1104

1104

191

II 0 I

380

E030

380

1104

189

4706

191

189

4706
4706

C733
B
17

277

1105

380

5062
5061

5062
5061
5061
5061

5118
5118

1105

380

1105

30

4/
394

1105

D708
1
17

31

32

C063
1
17

34

35

483

2609
10

D862 !

1105

33

E515
2
17

196

36

2609
2609

29/402

4761

189
190

4760

4760

4760

191
189
194

37

38

39

3/
394

5/
394

5063

B030
1
22

286

2609
2609
2609

2609
2609

2600
2600

A042
1
42

383

40

A040

E117
2
19

41

42

2600
43

17/
232

4537
44

7/
394

4538
C062
1
16

45

46

47

2600

3
DL

48

49

5/
396

281

197

197

E514
1
16

1/
394

D550

D878

2600

4538
2600

1000
1010

4537
50

2
DO
M

1105
51

31
4

1
308

1000
1010

52

53

B199

0209
2600

36

D853

95XF series

197

5
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11

EL000251

3-45

55

1207

15A

17/401

56

58

59

60

1316630/13-23

61

62

63

65

4525

64

66

276

67

68

86 87A

85

69

87

30

70

G029
71

72

276
73

4520
74

276
75

4521
76

276
77

78

4520

4521

C696
4
18

79

1208

80

81

82

1208

83

84

85

C695
4
18

86

87

88

86 87A

85

C746
1
18

89

87

30

90

196

91

92

93

94

96

196
96

97

98

1233

4529

86 87A

85

87

30

99

4525

E034

196

G031

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

1207

E033

57

276

1207

87

86 87A

276

30

4524

85

4522

4522

4524

4520
3

C743
B004

4521

G028

4523
4523

4521

196

E044
196

10A
26/400
1208
1208
1208
1208

196

276

196

1208

C774

1208
4520

4526
4526

1208
4528

D878

G030

1208

1207

C745
B003

1207

4525
4525

4528
1233

4527
4527

36

1233

15A
35/401
1233

3-46
1233

11

54

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

42. CONNECTOR SOCKETS FT


DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)
The diagnostic connector is installed on the
left-hand side in the central cabinet. This is the
connector to which DAVIE is connected. After
the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Wire no.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
Red
White
Blue
Black
Black

Description
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control / E-gas 3 / ASL-V /
UPEC

4732
3064
4047
3065
4883

Black
Blue
Black
Blue
Black

ECAS 2
Connector 378, pin 5
CTE3
Connector 378, pin 4
ZF intarder

3470
3037

Blue
Blue

AGS
D1LC / D3LC Compact auxiliary heating/
Hydronic 10

24V CONNECTOR (A042)


Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A042) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1000 and
fuse E026.
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
ABS CONNECTOR (A005)
Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A005) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact
through wire 1119 and fuse
E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the
supply voltage behind the
contact through fuse E172. This
voltage also serves to feed the
ABS unit.
Pins 3 + 4
are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to pin 7 of the
CWS-2 unit (D853) through
wire 3428.

0209

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95XF series

FT TRAILER CONNECTOR (A002)


Pin 1
of the FT trailer connector (A002) is
connected to earth. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuses
E000 and E001 to pins 2 (through wire
2102) and 6 (through wire 2103)
respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left-hand rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE-3 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake-light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE-3 unit (30/232)
(right direction) through wire 2009.
Pin 6
switches the right-hand rear light.
REAR FOG LIGHT / BACK-UP LIGHT
CONNECTOR (A003)
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back-up switch E501
(wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113.
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010, relay
G005 and wire 2152.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A040)


Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction
indicator, left (C016), direction indicator,
rear left (C018) and the electronic unit
CTE3 through wire 2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE3 through wire
2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior stepwell lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting on drivers side
(C062), the electronic unit CTE3
(D884) and the lighting buzzer relay
(G235) through wire 2600.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting on co-drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch on co-drivers
side (C686), the control switch for
interior stepwell lighting, door switch on
co-drivers side (E515) through wire
2609, and the interior-lighting diode
prevent feedback to the co-drivers
stepwell (D708).
Pin 6
is connected directly to the cab-lock
control switch (F009) through wire 3412
and by means of a cab lock connection
(cab without air suspension) (G719) to
the electronic unit CWS (D582) through
wire 3492.
Pin 7
is connected directly to the generator of
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107)
through wire 1020. At the same time
pin 7 is connected directly to the
lighting buzzer (B242) and to the
electronic unit CWS (D582).
Pin 9
is connected to the electronic unit of
the central door locking (D862).
Pin 12 is connected to earth.

0209

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95XF series

CONNECTOR SOCKET FOR REMOTE


CONTROL CONNECTION UPEC (A046)
Pin 1
is connected to point 87 of relay for
ECS power supply (G126) through wire
1297 and fuse E194.
Pin 2
is connected directly to pin 21 of the
UPEC electronic unit (D814) through
wire 3039.
Pin 3
is connected directly to point 5 of relay
for UPEC remote control (G321)
through wire 4100.
Pin 4
is connected directly to pin 8 of switch
for the windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
34 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4691.
Pin 5
is connected directly to pin 9 of the
switch for windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
32 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4692.
Pin 6
is connected directly to pin 7 of the
switch for windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
33 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4693.
Pin 7
is connected to point 86 of the UPEC
engine stop relay (G328).
Pin 8
is connected directly to earth.

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0209

0209

42

1316630/13-23

3-51
EL000304
1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

30

1000

G015

1010

1000

87

1000

1000

10

114
1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

11

1000
G525

1000

114

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

A2 E043 A1

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

12/401

29

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

3428

30

377

1119

1288

321
3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A005

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

45

185

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

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1316630/13-23

0209
EL000305
54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

61

2110

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

3-52

42
11

66

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69
70

C156
2
9

87

86 87A
M

C158
2
9

30

2102

71

2102

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

C074
2
9

2101

493

2102

85

5/401
2102

2102

2102

75
76

C012
5
9

2102

284

2102

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281

77
78

C010
1
9

2102

161

2102

E000
2102

189

79
80

C157
2
9

2103

81

2103

2103

82

493

D878

2103

2103

115

83

C075
2
9

2103

C159
2
9

2103

84
85

C011
2
9

2103

86

161

2103

2103

2103

10A

28/400

189

87

C013
2
9

2103

88

288

2103

E001
2103

286
1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

90
91

1209
4602

4602

6/402

93

C021
3
14

86 87A
M

4601

94

22

96

4601

4601

8/402

96
97

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

115

87

4601

30

4601

85

92

E511

4601

493

G036

4601

98

D
2

99

3
5

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

30/
232

2008

2008

115
2009

115

493

12

493

D884

2008

2009

2/
232

115

493
2009

A002
M

1000
1010

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1316630/13-23

176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

10A

13/401

1217

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

4591
6

6/401
2150

C024
4
11

C027
5
12

C773
1
11

24/400
9

G005
C025
4
11

2152

10A
27

10

15A
16/402
1113

A003

10A
18/403
1229
1

1229

2152
D852
C2
6

10

378

378

E053

E048

E501

1217

D884
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D901
8
46

11

D850
13
23

D814
13
47

19

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

15

D597
23
31

1000
1010

19

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

C750
5
15

C748
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

4591

1217

176

4591

4591
4591
4591

118
493

2150

2152

2152
2152
2152
2152

115
493

E010
115
493

4047

1113
1113
1113

3470
3470

433

87

3064

D806
461

86 87A
M

445

483

30

483

85

377

2151

297

2150

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697
4697

D878

378

A021

4697

1000
1010

185

0209
9107

42

434

95XF series

4697

5
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11

EL000306

3-53

C062
1
17

D862
3
36

281

12

2600

D853
5
7

2006

2600

383

2006

281

2006

C014
1
4

2006

E514
1
16

185

C016
1
4

115

C018
1
4

281

1114

C017
1
4

C019
1
4

C015
1
4

C765
6
4

D862
5
36

29/
232

2006

1/
232

2006
2006

2600

2007

31/
232

115

4/
232

2007

17/
232

2007
2007

2600

2600

2600

2600

286

2006

1114

15A
32/402
1114
1114
1

1114

2007
2007

D862
4
36

D853
B6
7

C063
1
17

1020

D668

1020

1024

D708
1
17

2609
2609
2609

1114
2007

2609

190
189

B036
483

10

E515
2
17

286

1114

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

13/402
7

A502
D+
1

383

1020
1020

D884

5063

1020

3-54
114

42

1020

11
A040

D878
1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

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E108

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


95XF series

EL000307

0209

1316630/13-23

8/534

1248

398

4693

4691

4692

4691

E184
297
4692

21/
295

33/
295

34/
295

32/
295

18/
15/
295

22/
295

4099

15A
23/400
2

3
4

1234

E143
297
2

B501
A3
2

5A
25/402

D878

E194
4

297

5A
G126
87
47

27/402
1247

13/403

398

1248

4692

1247
1247
3

4692

D814

4691

4693

1247

3402

1248

398

4693

4693

4691

4693

6/534

C776

4691

4/534

4099

11/403
5/534

3
5

F000
2
8

3402

1000
1010

213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265

1000
1010

G328

1234
1234
1234
1234

1247
4692

3039
3039
2/534

1234
9029
7/534

297

1297
1297
1297
1297
1297
1/534

1297
4100

42
3/534

3402
3402
3402

0209
A046

95XF series

G321

5
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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

43. CONNECTOR SOCKETS FA


DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)
The diagnostic connector is installed on the top
left-hand side in the central cabinet. This is the
connector to which DAVIE is connected. After
the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Wire no.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
Red
White
Blue
Black
Black

Description
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control / E-gas 3 / ASL-V /
UPEC

4732
3064
4047
3065
4883

Black
Blue
Black
Blue
Black

ECAS 2
Connector 378, pin 5
CTE-3
Connector 378, pin 4
ZF intarder

3470
3037

Blue
Blue

AGS
D1LC / D3LC Compact auxiliary heating/
Hydronic 10

24V CONNECTOR (A043)


Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A034) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1240 and
fuse E091 (behind the contact).
Pin 2
is connected to earth.

11

ABS CONNECTOR (A004)


Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A004) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1119 and
fuse E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the
supply voltage through fuse
E172 behind the contact. This
voltage also serves to feed the
ABS unit.
Pins 3 + 4
are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to the CWS-2 unit
(D583) through wire 3428.

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95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

FA TRAILER CONNECTOR (A000)


Pin 1
of the FA trailer connector (A000) is
connected to earth.
If a connection is made between
contacts 2 and 1 (rear/side marker and
parking lights position) with the lighting
switch (C622), a voltage is applied to
contact 85 of relay G000 through fuse
E084, wire 1101, switch C622 and wire
2100. The relay is activated and a
voltage is applied from wire 1000,
contacts 30 and 87 (from relay G000)
through fuses E000 and E001 to pins 2
(through wire 2102) and 6 (through wire
2103) respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left rear light and pin 6
switches the right rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE-3 unit (left
direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake-light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE-3 unit (right
direction) through wire 2009.
REAR FOG LIGHT / BACK-UP LIGHT
CONNECTOR (A001)
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back-up switch E501
(wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113. Pin 3 is also connected to
connector A026 (superstructure
side-lights, 4-pin).
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010, relay
G005 (contacts 30 and 87) and wire
2152.

11

0209

3-57

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

95XF series

ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A040)


Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction
indicator, left (C016), direction indicator,
rear left (C018) and the electronic unit
CTE-3 (D884) through wire 2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE-3 (D884) through
wire 2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior stepwell lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting on drivers side
(C062), the electronic unit CTE-3
(D884) and the lighting buzzer relay
(G235) through wire 2600.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting on co-drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch on co-drivers
side (C686), the control switch for
interior stepwell lighting, door switch on
co-drivers side (E515) through wire
2609, and the interior-lighting diode
prevent feedback to the co-drivers
stepwell (D708).
Pin 6
is connected directly to the cab-lock
control switch (F009) through wire 3412
and by means of a cab lock connection
(cab without air suspension) (G719) to
the electronic unit CWS (D582) through
wire 3492.
Pin 7
is connected directly to the generator of
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107)
through wire 1020. At the same time
pin 7 is connected directly to the
lighting buzzer (B242) and to the
electronic unit CWS (D582).
Pin 9
is connected to the electronic unit of
the central door locking (D862).
Pin 12 is connected to earth.

3-58

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

SUPERSTRUCTURE SIDE-LIGHTS
CONNECTOR (A026)
Pin 1
is connected directly to the
(semi-)trailer socket (A000) pin 2
through wire 2102, and to the rear-light/
side light relay (G000) through fuse
E000.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the
(semi-)trailer socket (A000) pin 6
through wire 2103, and to the rear-light/
side light relay (G000) through fuse
E001.
Pin 3
is connected directly to pin 5 of the rear
fog light socket (A001) through wire
1113 and to the supply voltage through
fuse E048.
Pin 4
is connected directly to earth.
CONNECTOR SOCKET FOR REMOTE
CONTROL CONNECTION UPEC (A046)
Pin 1
is connected to point 87 of relay for
ECS power supply (G126) through wire
1297 and fuse E194.
Pin 2
is connected directly to pin 21 of the
UPEC electronic unit (D814) through
wire 3039.
Pin 3
is connected directly to point 5 of relay
for UPEC remote control (G321)
through wire 4100.
Pin 4
is connected directly to pin 8 of switch
for the windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
34 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4691.
Pin 5
is connected directly to pin 9 of the
switch for windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
32 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4692.
Pin 6
is connected directly to pin 7 of the
switch for windscreen wipe/wash
intermittent wipe/E-gas/UPEC vehicle
speed/engine speed (C776) and to pin
33 of the UPEC electronic unit (D814)
through wire 4693.
Pin 7
is connected to point 86 of the UPEC
engine stop relay (G328).
Pin 8
is connected directly to earth.

0209

11

3-59

3-60

43

1316630/13-23

0209
EL000309
1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

G015

30

1010

1000

87

1000
1000

1000

10

1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

114
1000
G525

11

1000

114

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

A2 E043 A1

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

12/401

29

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

3428

30

377

1119

1288

321
3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A004

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

45

185

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

1316630/13-23

3-61
EL000310
54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

11

61

2110

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

0209

43

66

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69
70

71

C074
2
2

87

86 87A
M

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

75
76

C010
1
8

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281
4

C012
5
8

2102

284
2102

161

2101

495
2102

30

2102

2102

85

5/401

2102
2102
2102

E000
2102

189

77

78

2/
232

2008

2008

115

79

D884

2008

495
4

80

2009

2009

115

81

C075
2
8

D878

495

30/
232

2009
2103

82

2103

2103

83

115

84

C013
2
8

2103

2103

10A

28/400

85

189

86

2103

87

288

C011
2
8

2103

161

2103

2103

2103

495

2103

2103

E001
2103

286

88

1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

115

90

4602

1209
4602

4601

6/402

91

E511

92
93

C021
3
14

495

12

86 87A
M

94

22

4601

4601

8/402

96
96

495

11

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

115

87

4601

495

30

4601

85

4601

A000
4601

4601

G036

97
98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

2102
2103

A026
M

1000
1010

1113

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

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176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

6/401

C024
4
11

C027
5
12

C773
1
11

24/400
9

C025
4
11

1113
5

15A
27

10

10

D884
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D901
8
46

11

D850
13
23

D814
13
47

19

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

15

D597
23
31

1000
1010

19

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

1316630/13-23

378

378

E053

10A

E010

10A

E501

1217

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

1113

C750
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

10A

13/401

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

C748
5
15

1217

1217

4591

1217

4591
4591
4591
4591

118
495

176

4591

G005
2152

2150
2150

2152

2152
2152
2152
2152

1113
1113
1113

115
495

1113

16/402

A001

E048
115
495

18/403
1229
1229

2152
D852
C2
6

4047

1217

1217

1217

3470
3470

433

3064

D806
461

87

445

86 87A
M

483

483

30

377

85

297

2151

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697
4697

2150

378

A021

4697

D878

185

3-62
9107

43

434

11
4697

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000311

0209

1316630/13-23

C062
1
17

2600

12

D862
3
36

281

D853
5
7

2600

2600

2600

2006

2006

383

C016
1
4

2006
C014
1
4

2006

281
2006

E514
1
16

185
2006

C018
1
4

2006
2006
2006

187

31/
232

C017
1
4

2007
3

2007

4/
232

115
495

C019
1
4

286

C015
1
4

2007
2007

17/
232

2007

D884

115
495

1/
232

C765
6
4

1114

D878

1114
1114

29/
232

D862
5
36

15A
32/402
1114
1114
1

1114

D862
4
36

D708
1
17

D853
B6
7

C063
1
17

1020

D668

1020

1024

B036
483

10

E515
2
17

286

13/402
7

A502
D+
1

383

1020
1020

E108

1000
1010

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

1000
1010

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

2007
2007
2007

190
189

2609
2609
2609
2609

2600

2600

2600

1114
5063

1020

0209
114

43

1020

95XF series

A040

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

EL000312

3-63

8/534

398

4693

4691

4692

4691

E184
297
4692

G126
87
47

33/
295

34/
295

32/
295

21/
295
18/
15/
295

22/
295

4099

3
4

297

1248

B501
A3
2

5A
25/402

15A
23/400
2

E143
1234

E194
4

297

5A
11/403
1247
1247

27/402
1247

13/403

398

1248

4692

4692

4691

D814

4693

1247

3402

398

4693

4693

4691

4693

6/534

C776

4691

4/534

4099

1248

G328

1234
1234
1234
1234

1247
4692
5/534

3039
3039
2/534

1234
9029
7/534

3
5

F000
2
8

297

1297
1297
1297
1297
1297
1/534

1297
4100

43
3/534

3402
3402
3402

3-64
A046

11
3402

G321

D878
1000
1010

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213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


95XF series

EL000313

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

46. AUXILIARY HEATING EBERSPCHER HYDRONIC 10


VARIANTS
Location
5 Only when transporting hazardous
substances. The auxiliary heating will be
switched off upon activation of the PTO.
78 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

3-65

1316630/13-23

1201

3557

1201

1156

10

11

12

87

86 87A

13

14

1156

30

85

15

16

1156

0 I

1
15

19

20

21

22

17

4/
526

23

12/
526

2/
526

18

4660
4

483

11/
526

24

25

4766

26

27

4765

28

533

533

29

30

31

1/
527
4667

4765

2/
527

524

4766

4980

1156

32

7/
527

33

538

14/
527

1211

34

35

3/
527

36

538

12/ 10/
527 527

37

D901

38

39

3557

524
40

41

483

12

F087
1
38

42

43

3410

44

115

12

45

46

3410

3410

47

48

49

50

19/
333

51

1000
1010

12/400

3402

52

F000
2
28

53

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

3410

87

86 87A

1156

30

85

C760
2
20

4667

15/401

1201

1201

1201

E114
483

15A
1

380
1156

10A
14/401

483

15A

C802
2
20

DVB

G247

1201

1201

1201

4660

34/402
1156
1156
1156

DVB

1156

G170

397
380

4660
4660

E035
4666

1156
4660
1156

1201

1201

1201

C778
538

376

1201

C588
2
20

538

4660
4660

1156

1201

524

16/400
6/528

E579

397

538

4660

E571
483

1211

524

D878

524

E031

G300

4667

4982

1156

E580

5/528
9/528
4980

4980
4980
4980

F509

4980

4/528
3557

7/528
4982
4982

46

3557

14/400
3410
3410
3410

13/400
3452
3452

G240

378

11
3402

3-66
D591

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000266

0209

1316630/13-23

54

55

1000
1010

56

57

58

59

30

60

61

62

B122

63

31

524

483

1020

115

2/528

4935

4935

4935

4935

64

65

524

10

66

1020

67

68

D901

483

8
1020

1020

11

69

14

70

13/402
A040
7

71

A021

B036
8/528

10/528

1/528

4936

4936

4936

524

483

115

D668
524
483

3037
3037
3037

72

D853
B6

73

1020

74

11

524

75

45/
232

76

483

11/528
4002
4002
4002

1024

4002

77

D884

1020

78

C539

27

G015
85
A

81

1100

G178
85
1

79

82

B010
50
A

80

D878

15A
B010
50
A

27

2/412

114

15/402
1100
6/412

4001

4002

4936

4002
4009
4009

1130

1100
1/412
4/412

E037
4009

0209
4009

46
83

114
84

G178
30
1

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

4002

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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11

EL000267

3-67

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

47. UPEC
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

3-68

0209

0209

47

1316630/13-23

3-69
EL000295
1
2

B010
30
1

A500

1000

1000

4
5

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

B+

1000

1000

1000

1000

D+

A040
7
42

1010

1000

1/416

1/417

10

1020

11
12

E168
A1
21

30

87

1024

1000

B036

1010

114
1000

13
14

1020

1010

1020

E043
A1
23

G525
1020

114

A502

G015
1020

15

D853
B6
7

9025

1000

11

D668

13/402

1020

16
17

4019

4014

18

4015

4019

4019

114

E112

19

4019

B039

19

5A
G525

20

4014

1000

B038

9025

21
22

4061

85

86

23

4013

4014

B040
4018

G014

9025

20/202

3/202

17/201

24

9025

D852

25

11

26

4013

4013

4013

297

27

28

29

1234

1234

D878

B501
A6
2

114

1234

1234

14

B041
4061
9025
4099

15A

23/400

297

E143

30

1234

1234

31

9029

32

B501
A3
2

G328

7/534

33
34

1297

1297

1297

1297

5A

25/402

35

297

E194

36

3
5

1297

37

38

F000
2
8

3402

39
40
41

22/ 15/
295 295

42

21

43

27/
295

10/
295

44
45

25/
295

3/
295

87

4013

1247

86 87A

4954

1247

30

15A

18/402

E118

297
1150

46
47
48
49

35/
295

23/
295

16/
295

D814

297

17/
295

4/
295

1247

1150

G126

1247

4681

85

4677

1247

1247

27/402

50

F571

5A

11/403

51
52

4061

E184

53

1000
1010
1248

4679

9025

3/298

1247

1297

4100

3402

297

1150

9025

297
7/298

1/534

3/534

A046
3402
3402

G321

4099
9025

1/298

9025

F571
2/298

4678

1247

5/298

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

3-70

47

1316630/13-23

0209
EL000296

54
55

4061

13/403

1000
1010
1248

1248

56
57

1248

58

33/403

59

1248

60

35/403

4098

61

11

63

4093

64

65

18

4093

4093

G243

33/401

66
67

1248

114

4093

1202

62

32/403

4093

B248
G525

B247

68

31/401

69

16

1248

D745

1248

70

114

71

1248

1248

4087

4087

114

72

1248
1248
1248

73

B192

74

E117
2
19

2630

75

176

21

2630

76

176

2630

20

4061

E550
2630
2630

77

78

1248

3038

1248

176

79

D878

80

C804

81

10

3038

82

176

3038

297

83

4693

8/534
4693

84

398

85

4691

4693

1248

86

4693

4691

398

87

4692

88

4692

398

4691

C776

89

4691

1248

90
91

4692

4692

9/
295

34/
295

3038

32/
295

4692

93

4087

4691

31/
295

92

20/
295

21/
295

33/
295

4693

94

297

96
96

4098

17

18/
295

3039

4098

97

298

98
99

14/
295

4051

10A
1202

1202

1/
295

D813
1
13

16/401

E019
1000
1010

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

Bw

18

2/
295

1202

D814

1 2

27/403
3

Zt

297

407

E564

1202

Bn

4051

16

1248

15

3039

1248

297

1202

407

4684

407

4087

2/534

6/534

4/534

5/534

4684

A046

4684

E575

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

4686

297

11

1316630/13-23

297

3/
453

11

1/
453

12

12

14/
294

297

5/
295

2/
294

13/
294

D814

1/
294

24/
294

31/
294

3/
294

35/
294

4/
294

21/
294

33/
294

34/
294

6/
294

11/
294

25/
294

5/
294

28/
294

22/
294

1
2

23/
294

12/
294

17/
294

26/
294

13/
295

19

27/
294

3/201

10A
18/403
1

9107
2

A021

E053

F555

F558

1000
1010

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

14/
395

13

12/
295

29/
295

11/
295

3435

6/
295

26/
295

4686

19

D884

D853

3435

3485

3003

7/
271

D850

25/
232

3033

4109
4109
3030

3514

297

377

4094

3514

3485

3435

4109

F552

4109
4101
4088

297

3485

B131
B290

4109
4102
3026

B132
3027

4109
4103

F561

D852

B133
3042

4110
3043

4110

F565

4110
3028

4110

4110
4104
3029

D878

F566

B134
3025

4110
4106

4110
4105
3023

B135
3024

B501

3484

4697

3003

3032

3032
3032

3031
3031

3484

297

377

3484

4109
3031

B136
297

47

4697

1000
1010

9107

0209
1229

95XF series

1229

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

11

EL000297

3-71

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E473500

95XF series

11

3-72

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

4. MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FROM


CHASSIS NUMBER 0E477514
4.1 OVERVIEW OF MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Modification/Chassis numbers
Electrical system

From chassis
number

Modification

See subdiagram no.

Starting circuit

0E477514

Starter lock relay (G372) added

Converter/radio

0E514800

New converter added

35

Automatic windows/
Central door locking/
Roof hatch

0E525147

Modifications to software of door


locking unit (D862)

36

Connector sockets FT,


diagnostic connector,
alarm connector

0E525239

Overview of 15--pole connector


added

42

Connector sockets FA,


diagnostic connector,
alarm connector

0E525239

Overview of 15--pole connector


added

43

AGS

0E527422

Timer unit mounted in lubrication


pump housing

27

ECAS 3

0E527422

Fuse E051 added

48

Auxiliary heating

0E527422

Subdiagram number changed to


40A.

40A

Auxiliary heating

0E527422

Subdiagram number changed to 40B


and pins 10 and 11 on timer unit
(E581) connected

40B

Auxiliary heating

0E527422

Pins 10 and 11 on timer unit (E581)


connected

46

Front and rear fog


lights

0E536161

Connection of front and rear fog


lights modified

11

11

0209

4-1

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

4.2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/24-29


This page provides room for your own notes on
the circuit diagram.

11

4-2

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

4.3 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODE NUMBERS IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


1316630/24-29
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3

Column 1
A000
A001
A004
A007
A021
A026
A027
A038
A040
A042
A043
A046
A058
A500
A502
B000
B001
B002
B003
B004
B005
B006
B007
B009
B010
B011
B015
B017
B018
B023
B024
B025
B026
B028
B030
B032
B033
B036
B038
B039
B040
B041

0209

:
:
:

Basic code number


Description
Number on search bar of
circuit diagram
1316630/13-23
Column 2
Column 3
(Semi-)trailer socket (7-pin)
56/57/231/243/287/399
Rear fog light back-up light socket (7-pin)
260/264/397/399
ABS FA socket (7-pin)
404
24V socket (2-pin)
395
Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
191
Superstructure side-lights (4-pin)
232/243/396/400
Accessory socket (4-pin)
400
Accessory socket (2-pin) 40A
394
Alarm system socket
776
Dashboard socket (2-pin)
360
Chair console socket on drivers side (2-pin)
392
Connector for the body builder for remote control connection
563
(Semi-)trailer socket (15-pin)
57/58/231/242/259/263/286/395/398
Batteries (2)
2
Generator of integrated voltage regulator
4
Windscreen-wiper motor
84
Windscreen-wiper pump motor
92
Headlight-washer pump motor
94
Electric motor for window control, drivers side
728
Electric motor for window control, co-drivers side
724
Left-hand mirror adjustment motor
741/750
Right-hand mirror adjustment motor
745/754
Vehicle/engine speed regulator motor E-gas
496
Roof hatch motor
772
Starting motor
8/11
Electric motor for speed limiter
697
4-speed heater fan
376/378/530/531
Mirror heating, drivers side
758
Mirror heating, co-drivers side
759
Radio
707
Left-hand loudspeaker
708/714
Right-hand loudspeaker
709/715
Citizen Band
711
Air horn
762
Cigarette lighter, drivers side
362
Seat heating, drivers side
388
Seat heating, co-drivers side
390
Resistor, alternator, D+
6
Glow filament
29/598
Glow filament
29/598
Glow filament
599
Glow filament
599

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11

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514
Column 1
B042
B043
B071
B072
B073
B079
B088
B089
B122
B129
B130
B131
B132
B133
B134
B135
B136
B166
B174
B175
B178
B179
B180
B181
B182
B185
B186
B187
B192
B199
B200

11

B237
B238
B241
B243
B244
B245
B246
B247
B248
B250
B252
B253
B254
B256
B257
B258

4-4

Column 2
Air dryer element heating
Air-conditioning compressor
Lifting-gear lifting valve
Lifting-gear lowering valve
Lifting-gear motor pump
Valve single-H-safety
Intarder valve, proportional
Intarder valve, air supply
Fuel metering pump for auxiliary heating, Eberspcher
Electric motor for left-hand headlight-height adjustment
Electric motor for right-hand headlight-height adjustment
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 1
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 2
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 3
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 4
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 5
Magnetic valve pump unit/injector cylinder 6
Valve, ECAS front axle
Electric motor for speed limiter
Roof panel motor Super Space Cab
Left-hand loudspeaker
Left-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Right-hand loudspeaker
Fuel heater
Radio
Loudspeaker filter, drivers side
Loudspeaker filter, co-drivers side
Engine brake valve
Central door locking, drivers side
Central door-locking motor, co-drivers side F249
XH/XC
ASC valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FT)
Sensor for heating element fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control valve
Inter-axle locking differential control valve
PTO control valve
PTO control valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply (FA)
Recirculation valve
Valve ECAS driven axle, left/right, air supply
Valve ECAS trailing/leading axle lifting/lowering
Left-hand front ABS valve
Right-hand front ABS valve
Left-hand rear ABS valve

95XF series
Column 3
386
369
610
604
613
81
468
466
507/517/534
668
670
573
575
576
579
580
582
628/657
690
766
716
718
719
720
797
713
717
719
79/588
678
673/682
419
627
785
266
270
275
278
440
441
625
381
654
659
411
413
415

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
B259
B290
B293
B294
B298
B344
B501
C000
C001
C002
C003
C006
C007
C008
C009
C010
C011
C012
C013
C014
C015
C016
C017
C018
C019
C020
C021
C022
C023
C024
C025
C026
C027
C046
C047
C052
C053
C062
C063
C064
C065
C066
C067
C068
C071
C072
C073
C074
C075
C110

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

Column 2
Right-hand rear ABS valve
Electro-pneumatic boost pressure valve
Gearbox gate safety valve
Switch-off cab suspension valve, front height control
Switch-off cab suspension valve, back height control
Electronic unit for automatic lubrication
Compact tachograph
Dipped beam, left
Dipped beam, right
Main beam, left
Main beam, right
High-beam headlight, left
High-beam headlights, right
Fog light, front left
Fog light, front right
Side-headlight, left
Side-headlight, right
Side-light, front left
Side-light, front right
Direction indicator lamp, front left
Direction indicator lamp, front right
Direction indicator lamp, left, side
Direction indicator lamp, right, side
Rear direction indicator, left
Rear direction indicator, right
Brake light, left
Brake light, right
Rear light, left
Rear light, right
Fog light, rear left
Fog light, rear right
Back-up light, left
Back-up light, right
Map-reading lamp, drivers side
Map-reading lamp, co-drivers side
Heater fan light, left
Heater fan light, right
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Central upper storage compartment lighting
Central lower storage compartment lighting
Right-hand storage compartment lighting
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Right-hand tool compartment lighting
Work lamp
Ashtray light, left
Ashtray light, right
Side-light, rear left
Side-light, rear left
Lower bunk reading lamp with switch

Column 3
417
584
45
289
452
476
22
247
248
250
251
252
254
255
256
222
233
223
234
48
51
50
54
49
52
284
285
226
237
257
258
261
263
322/349
323/351
366
367
309/331
315/333
304/356
305
307
325/357
326/358
19
363
364
224
236
352

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11

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514
Column 1
C111
C115
C130
C139
C148
C149
C150
C151
C154
C155
C156
C157
C158
C159
C539
C588
C622
C677
C695
C696
C697
C698
C725
C726
C728
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735
C736
C737
C739
C740
C741
C742
C743

11

C744
C745
C746
C747
C748
C749
C750
C751

4-6

Column 2
Upper bunk reading lamp with switch
Bunk reading lamp with switch
Red interior night light, drivers side
Red interior night light, co-drivers side
Interior lighting, drivers side 2 x 21W
Interior lighting, co-drivers side 2 x 21W
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Central interior lighting with switch
Rear number plate light, left (trucks)
Rear number plate light, right (trucks)
First side-light left (trucks)
First side-light right (trucks)
Second side-light left (trucks)
Second side-light right (trucks)
Accessory start-contact switch
Switch, 4-speed heater fan
Switch, vehicle lighting and marker lights
Fuel heater switch
Switch for mirror adjustment, drivers side
Switch for mirror adjustment, co-drivers side
Switch for seat heating, drivers side
Switch for seat heating, co-drivers side
Work light switch
Glow plug switch
Front fog light switch
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control), co-drivers side F249
XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console (bunk control), drivers side F249 XC
Interior lighting switch, roof console, drivers side F249 XC
Interior night lighting switch FG249 XC
Roof panel switch F249 XL/XH/XC
ASC-traction switch
Lifting-gear switch
Switch ECAS, normal level
Switch ECAS axle lifting
Auxiliary drive-off switch
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on drivers
side)
Switch for electric window control on co-drivers side (door on co-drivers
side)
Switch for electric window control on drivers side (door on drivers side)
Switch, mirror heating
Control switch for fuel filter/water separator
Axle locking differential control switch
Inter-axle locking differential control switch
PTO control switch
PTO control switch

95XF series
Column 3
353
302
346
344
317/336
312/339
355
328
228
239
229
240
230
241
15
377/531
204/207
794
743/751
747/755
388
390
19
32
215
317/337
317/337
312/340
312/340
319/347
766/771
430
610
617/638
641
645
730
735
738
759
791
266
270
275
278

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
C760
C761
C763
C764
C765
C774
C775
C776
C778
C799
C802
C803
C804
C844
C863
D503
D529
D587
D591
D597
D600
D601
D609
D610
D611
D612
D613
D622
D623
D668
D703
D704
D705
D708
D709
D710
D721
D722
D745
D758
D759
D802
D809
D814
D850

0209

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

Column 2
Air-conditioning switch
CWS switch, more warnings
Potentiometer for instrument light dimming
Potentiometer for headlight-height adjustment
Hazard light switch (with LED search light)
Central door locking switch
Switch for direction indicator, main beam/dipped beam/horn
Stalk switch
Switch for auxiliary heating
Switch for retarder
Recirculation switch
Central door locking switch
Flexible vehicle speed limitation switch
Switch for auxiliary heating
Rear fog light switch
Electronic unit for lifting gear
Electronic unit for ECAS remote control
Electronic unit for ZF intarder
Electronic unit for E-gas 3
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-V
Diode, rear fog light/dipped beam
Diode for front and rear fog lights
Diode for light switch
Diode for main beam/dipped beam
Diode for lifting gear lowering valve damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting valve damping
Diode for lifting gear relay pump damping
Diode for lifting gear lifting lock
Diode for lifting gear lowering lock
Diode for generator safety (D+)
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at drivers side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating/door contact at co-drivers
side
Diode for switching off the auxiliary heating with running engine
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers stepwell
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers switch
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to drivers switch
Diode for parking brake, prevent feedback
Diode for brake lights, prevent feedback
Diode for engine brake (DEB) valves
Diode prevent feedback to CWS
Diode prevent feedback to brake lights
Electronic unit for ECAS-2
Electronic unit for speed limiter for ASL-G
Electronic unit ECS
Electronic unit for ABS/ASC D-version

Column 3
372
155
119
667
38
682
41/219/762
91/496/560
510/540
458/471
383
674
557
521
210
602
615/636
472
482
692
211
214
208
219
603
609
606
610
604
6
503
502
501
316/335
336
312/340
104
283
443
292
287
647
685
569
407

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514
Column 1
D851
D852
D853
D855
D862
D870
D871
D884
D895
D901
E000
E001
E004
E005
E006
E007
E008
E009
E010
E013
E016
E019
E023

11

E025
E026
E027
E028
E029
E030
E031
E033
E034
E035
E037
E040
E041
E042
E043
E044
E048
E051
E052
E053
E062
E084
E091
E108

4-8

Column 2
Electronic unit for ECAS-2 (4x2)
Instrument panel DIP-3
Electronic unit for CWS-2
Electronic unit for water separator
Electronic unit, central door locking
Electronic unit for Voith retarder 133-2
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating D3LC
Electronic unit CTE-3
Electronic unit for converter 24/12V
Electronic unit for auxiliary heating Eberspcher Hydronic 10
Fuse for side-light, rear left
Fuse for side-light, rear right
Fuse, dipped beam, drivers side
Fuse for dipped lights indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse for main beam, drivers side
Fuse for main beam indicator lamp, co-drivers side
Fuse, spot lights
Fuse, front fog lights
Fuse, rear fog lights
Fuse, brake lights
Fuse, reversing lights
Fuse for the control of glow plug/ CTE/ direction indicators/ engine brake
Fuse for switch for cold start, tachograph, auxiliary heating programming
clock
Fuse, windscreen wiper, headlight washer
Fuse, cigarette lighter
Fuse for 24/12V converter
Fuse, cab interior lighting
Fuse for engine brake/retarders
Fuse, horn
Fuse for heater fan ITC unit
Fuse, electric window control motor, co-drivers side
Fuse, electric window control motor, drivers side
Fuse for instruments and indicator lamps
Fuse for contact switch
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS, (semi-)trailer
Fuse, mirror heating/adjustment
Fuse, central power supply, (semi-)trailer
Fuse for ECAS-1
Fuse for ECAS remote control working light
Fuse for ECAS diagnostic connector (16-pin)
Fuse, lifting gear and ECAS
Fuse, lighting
Fuse, for air dryer element/fuel contamination separator
Fuse for CTE-2/CTE-3

95XF series
Column 3
620
105
155
788
674
448
509/520
43
704
535
222
233
247
248
250
251
252
255
257
281
261
32
22
91
362
17
302/330
446
762
369/527
723
727
101
15
420
407
408
404
731
397
622/650
19
191
610/621/634
201
386
46

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95XF series
Column 1
E112
E114
E117
E118
E143
E157
E164
E168
E170
E171
E172
E184
E194
E197
E501
E507
E508
E509
E511
E514
E515
E524
E525
E526
E527
E528
E529
E550
E560
E561
E564
E566
E570
E571
E575
E579
E580
F000

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

Column 2
Fuse for glow indicator lamp
Fuse, auxiliary heating Eberspcher
Fuse for search light
Fuse, relay for UPEC power supply
Fuse for E-gas tachograph
Fuse, automatic lubrication
Fuse for fuel heater before contact
Fuse for accessories/microwave
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator control
Fuse for fuel filter/water separator
Fuse for ABS (semi-)trailer 10A
Fuse UPEC
Fuse for UPEC for the body builder
Fuse for E-gas
Control switch for back-up light
Proximity switch for axle load protection of lifting-gear (10 tonnes)
Thermal switch for air-conditioning compressor
High / low pressure air-conditioning control switch
Brake light control switch
Control switch for stepwell/ interior lighting, door switch on drivers side
Control switch for stepwell/interior lighting, door switch on co-drivers
side
Control switch for lifting-gear limit switch oil pressure
Control switch for central upper storage compartment lighting
Control switch for central lower storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand tool compartment lighting
Control switch for glow filament temperature
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch of gearbox gate safety
Engine brake control switch
Control switch for thermostat for auxiliary heating Eberspcher (D1LC)
Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10
Control switch for auxiliary heating Thermo 90
Clutch proximity switch
Proximity switch for thermostat for auxiliary heating fan Eberspcher
Proximity switch for timer for auxiliary heating fan Eberspcher
Parking brake control switch

Column 3
30/600
507/520/528
245
571
27
476
797
393
789
785
405
569
568
483
261
601
372
372
281
309/332
315/334
608
304/356
306
308
325/358
326/359
586
355
45
35/59
508
273
540
480/567
542
545
101

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11

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

Column 1
F006
F007
F011
F033
F038
F047
F048
F050
F087
F088
F501
F509
F512
F513
F514
F515
F531
F533
F535
F544
F552
F555
F558
F561
F565
F566
F571
F585
F608
F612
F613
F614
F615
F616
F620
G000
G001
G002
G003
G004
G005
G014
G015
G028
G029
G030

Column 3
144
148
164
127
147
160
162
145
150
152
107
519/544
406
407
408
410
492
22
115
456/469
571
576
569
572
574
575
578/581
167
116
620/647
621/649
623/650
651
291
454
207/222
219/247
220/250
221/252
215/255
210/257
29/76/586/598
5/15
722/730
724/732
726/738

4-10

Column 2
Control switch for differential lock, 1st differential
Control switch for differential lock, 3rd differential
Control switch for engine oil pressure
Control switch for splitter signalling
Control switch for differential lock, 2nd differential
Control switch for steering system (1st circuit)
Control switch for steering system (2nd circuit)
Control switch for differential lock pressure (1st and 2nd differentials)
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Engine-speed sensor
Cab temperature sensor of auxiliary heating
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front left
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front right
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, left-hand drive axle
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, right-hand drive axle
Sensor for accelerator pedal E-gas
Vehicle-speed sensor (4-pin), 1st
Sensor for engine coolant temperature
Sensor for coolant temperature of secondary retarder
Crankshaft position sensor
Boost pressure sensor
Camshaft position sensor
Inlet-air temperature sensor
Fuel temperature sensor
Sensor for engine coolant temperature
Sensor for accelerator pedal ECS
Sensor for engine coolant level
Sensor for fuel level
Height sensor, ECAS left-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS right-hand rear axle
Height sensor, ECAS front axle
Pressure sensor, ECAS driven axle, left/right
Cab locking sensor
Sensor for oil temperature in Voith retarder 133-2
Relay, width/marker/tail lights
Relay, dipped beam
Relay, main beam
Relay, spotlights
Relay, front fog light
Relay, rear fog light
Glow-filament relay
Contact relay
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, co-drivers side
Relay for electric window control, drivers side

0209

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
Column 1
G031
G036
G052
G065
G066
G126
G170
G178
G201
G231
G234
G236
G237
G238
G239
G240
G243
G247
G257
G258
G259
G267
G279
G280
G284
G297
G300
G301
G302
G321
G328
G372
G392
G516
G718
G723
G725

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

Column 2
Relay for electric window control, drivers side
Relay for brake light, 1st
Lifting-gear motor relay
Heater fan relay
Lifting-gear takeover relay
Relay for UPEC power supply
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Relay, accessories
Relay for fuel heater EFPH
Radio lighting relay (12V)
Relay for window control, fuel filter/water separator
Windscreen wiper microrelay (speed 1 or 2)
Windscreen wiper microrelay (automatic zero position)
Headlight-washer microrelay
Relay for disengaging third brake
PTO/engine speed microrelay
Engine brake (DEB) microrelay
Auxiliary-heating fan relay
Recirculation valve microrelay
Recirculation valve microrelay
N-10-PTO control relay
Air-conditioning microrelay
Air-conditioning microrelay
Heater fan relay
Microrelay for Voith retarder 133-2
Cab air suspension relay
Microrelay for auxiliary heating, Thermo 90
Microrelay, light D+
Microrelay for Swedish lighting
UPEC connector relay for the body builder
UPEC engine stop relay
Starting motor lock relay
Rear fog light transfer microrelay
Central earth cab co-drivers side
Connection parking brake/PTO
Connection for central door locking
Connection for auxiliary heating D3LC

Column 3
728/739
281/284
606/613
528/533
606/608
570/571
528/540
16/17
794/797
706/708/712/713
785/791
84/86
85/88
83/94
421/434
101/153
438/440/443/590
527/534
381/383
381/384
273/275
369/372
371/375
378/380
446/447
289/292
525/526
203/204
202/206
565/566
565/596
6/12
210/212
294
102
683
507/517

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

4.4 SUBDIAGRAMS OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/24-29


1

11
27
35
36
40A
40B
42
43
46
48

Charging circuit/starting motor/


contact switch /
starter switch
Front and rear fog lights
AGS
Converter/radio
Automatic windows / central door
locking /roof hatch
Auxiliary heating Eberspcher
(with thermostat unit)
Auxiliary heating Eberspcher
(with timer)
Connector sockets FT, diagnostic
connector, alarm connector
Connector sockets FA, diagnostic
connector, alarm connector
Auxiliary heating Eberspcher
Hydronic 10
ECAS 3

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series
1.

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

CHARGING CIRCUIT / STARTING MOTOR / CONTACT/STARTER SWITCH

CONTACT CIRCUIT
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
6 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, switch C539 and
wire 1130 to contact 85 of relay G178.
Because relay G178 is activated, a connection is
made between contacts 30 and 87 and a
voltage is applied through fuse E037, wire 1100,
the contacts 30 and 87 of relay G178, wire 1147,
and through fuses E027 and E052 to the
electronic unit of converter 24 V/12V (D525) and
the work light switch (C725).
If a connection is made between contacts 1 and
4 with contact/starter switch C539, a voltage is
applied through fuse E037, wire 1100, switch
C539 and wire 4001 to contact 85 of relay G015.
As a result, relay G015 is activated, so that wire
1000 is connected to wire 1010. Now voltage is
applied to the supply after contact circuit
(connection point 1010) and, through resistor
B036 and diode D668, to the connection points
D+ of the alternator (A502) and connection point
1 of relay G372.
START CIRCUIT
When the engine is started, a connection is
made between the contacts 1 and 2 with
contact/starter switch C539. The voltage now
runs from the batteries through wire 1000, fuse
E037, connection 12 of the contact/starter
switch, wire 4004 and contacts 3 and 4 of relay
G372, wire 4002, to connection point 50 of
starting motor B010. The coil of the starting
motor relay is now activated, so that a voltage is
supplied to the starting motor, as a result of
which the motor will start operating.
As soon as the engine is running, the voltage on
connection D+ of the alternator will increase to
the adjustment voltage (+ board voltage). This
voltage will cause the coil of relay G372 to be
energised. It will break the connection between
3 and 4 and connects 3 to 5. As a result, wire
4002 is disconnected from wire 4004. In this
situation it is no longer possible to start.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

CHARGING CIRCUIT
If the contact is activated, voltage is applied to
resistor generator B036 and diode D668 through
wire 1010.
The other side of the diode is connected to the
D+ connection of the alternator through wire
1020.
The D+ connection is connected to earth
through the integrated voltage regulator in the
alternator A502. This will cause a small current
to run, causing a magnetic field in the alternator.
After starting, the voltage on clamps B+ and D+
will increase to approx. 29 V. This is caused by
the fact that the regulator disconnects the earth
connection in the regulator and connects it to
the battery voltage. This voltage is also applied
to wire 1020, so that the difference of potential
over the diode becomes 0 V. The magnetic field
now disappears, so that the generator is not
activated for a short time. This will reduce the
voltage on outputs B+ and D+.
The regulator is activated if the voltage drops
below 27.6 V. This way, the generator voltage
supply remains relatively constant. The batteries
are fed by generator output B+.

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1316630/24-29

4-15
EL000343
1

A500

2
3

1000

4
5

50

4002

27

B010

4002

4002

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

114
1000

1000

1000

30

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

1/416

1/417

1000

10

31

11

1000

E168
A1
21

1000

1000

1010

114

4002

1010

G525

1000

11

12
13

14
15

D+
86

30

85

87

D853
B6
7

B+

B036

1020

D668

16

1020

4001

1020

1020

1010

1024

G525

1000

A502

13/402

17

G015
1020

1020

18
19

A040
7
42

24/403

383

1020

1020

1020

114

21

25/403

20

26/403
4002

22
23

G372

24

4004

4004

4004

4004

D827
A4
41

4004

4004

383

4004

2/403

25

4004

26

2/412
1/412

4/412

1100

1100

1100

15A

15/402

28

E037

19/402

29

1130

1100

20/402

30

86 87A

32
33

1/402

34

87

30

35

G178

32/400

36
37

10/403

38
39

D525
2
35

1147

1106

85

31

1130

10A

12/403

40

C725
5
22

C754
5
30

10

E027
4049
1110

42

12

43

55/
232

45/
232

44

G243
3
24

4049

1110

10A

34/400

176

4002

41

376

4049

E052
1202

45

16/
232

42/
232

10A
1202

1202

1202

46

D804
6
30

4011

D813
1
13

4049

D884

16/402

E019

47
48

49

1202

176

10

0 1

1202

371

4049

1147

4049

114

4049

D878

6/412

C539

27

4001

1100
1130

3/402

1147

1147
1147

114

B192
G525

4011

176

51

1202

52
53

C775
3
4

185

1000
1010

E564
2
14

1202

50

C726
1202

95XF series

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

11. FRONT AND REAR FOG LIGHTS


There are three possible situations:
Rear fog lights only.
Front fog lights only.
Front and rear fog lights.
REAR FOG LIGHTS (standard)
The rear fog lights can only be activated in
combination with the dipped beam.
If the lighting switch (C622) is switched into the
dipped beam position (connection between the
contacts 2 and 4), a voltage is applied through
wire 1101, switch C622, wire 2110 and the diode
for rear fog light/dipped beam (D600), to switch
rear fog lights with contact 3 of transfer relay
(C863). A voltage is also applied to contact 6 of
switch C863 and to contact 5 of the front fog
light switch (C728) through the diode for the light
switch (D609) and wire 2100.
The rear-light/side light (G000) is energised.
This will cause the contacts 30 and 87 to be
closed. A voltage is applied to the position,
marker and tail lights on the left and right-hand
sides of the vehicle respectively through the fuse
for the rear left side-light (E000) and the fuse for
the rear right side-light (E001).
If switch C863 is engaged (connection between
contacts 3 - 1 and 6 - 2), a voltage is applied to
connection point 1 of the rear fog light transfer
microrelay (G392) and to connection point 85 of
the rear fog light relay (G005). Both relays are
energised.
A voltage is applied to the left and right rear fog
lights through the rear fog lights fuse (E010) and
contacts 30 and 87 of relay G005. The rear fog
lights will now come on.

11

Microrelay G392 ensures that a connection is


made between contact 2 of switch C863,
through wire 2171, contacts 3 - 5 of relay G392
and wire 2150 at connection point 85 of the rear
fog light relay G005. This relay will remain
activated until the connections 3 - 7 and 6 - 8
are made for a short time with the aid of switch
G863. That is when the coil of relay G392 will be
de-energised. The connection between contacts
3 - 5 will be broken at the same time, so that
G005 will be de-energised as well. The rear fog
lights will now go out.

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MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

FRONT FOG LIGHTS (option)


The front fog lights can be activated in
combination with town light and with the dipped
beam.
Fog lights in combination with town light.
If the lighting switch C622 is switched into town
light position (connection between contacts 2
and 1), a voltage is applied to contact 6 of switch
C863, to contact 5 of the front fog light switch
(C728) and to connection point 85 of relay G000
through wire 2100.
Relay G000 is activated. This will cause the
contacts 30 and 87 to be closed. A voltage is
applied to the position, marker and tail lights on
the left and right-hand sides of the vehicle
respectively through fuses E000 and E001.
If switch C728 is engaged, the voltage will be
applied to connection point 85of the front fog
light relay (G004) through the contacts 5 - 1 of
switch C728 and wire 2140. The coil will be
energised, and the contacts 30 and 87 will close
as a result. A voltage is now applied to the front
fog lights through wire 1000, the front fog lights
fuse (E009), wire 2141, contacts 30 and 87 and
wire 2142.
Front and rear fog lights in combination with
the dipped beam
If the lighting switch C622 is switched into
dipped beam position (connection between
contacts 2 and 4), a voltage is applied to contact
3 of switch C863, to contact 5 of switch C728
and to connection point 85 of relay G000
through diode D609. An identical voltage is
applied to connection point 6 of switch C863 and
connection point 5 of switch C728 through wire
2100.
The operation is the same as the operation
described above, however, both switches need
to be engaged.
VARIANTS
Location
27
29,33
Connector 495 is only used in the
case of an FA. Connector 493 is
used in the case of an FT.
Connector A001 is only used in the
case of an FA. Connector A003 is
used in the case of an FT.
43,48
The left and right front fog lights
(C008 and C009 respectively) are
not standard.

0209

11

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4-18

11

1316630/24-29

0209
EL000392
1
2

D852
B10
6

1101

D853
B15
7

2/231

1101

C775
7
10

4/231

1101

1101

14/403

10A

E084

10A

6
7

2101

C010
1
8

28/401

E000

2154

C775
4
10

1/231

2154

33/400

1000
1010

2110
2100

C622

2102

87A 86

87

85

30

11

10
11
12

2100

22/401

G000

14
15

2100

D609

281

B130
3
33

2110

176

C764
5
33

176

13

2100

2100

2100

2110

16

2110

2110

2110

24/401

D610

17
18

C764
B129
3
5
33

2110
2110

186

19
20

17

21
22

0 I

2100

23

25

2140

2115

24

18

2171

11/402
14/402

D600
30/401
27/401

D601

22/403
2171

2171

2115

2115
2115

2115

176
2140

2171

31/403

26

2150

2150

2110

2110

2115
2115

2100

C728

176
2150

27

176

D878

2150

C863

29

2 4

28

30/403

28/403

30

2150
2150

2152

31

G392

32

33

6/401

34

12

2152

35

36

11

24/400
87

2152

86 87A

2152

30

2152

85

5/401

2152

37

115

495

C025

2151

495

2150

2150
2150

A001

495
115

G005

2152

38

2152

39

C024

10A

40

E010

41

2/200

2152

5/202

42
43

281

18

2140
2140

2140

2140

45

176

46

12

2142

19/401

47
48

18

12

2/401
87

2142

30

2142

49

286

2141

288

86 87A

2142

6/401

281
2142

2142

C009

85

2142

284

C008

288

2140

44

D852

284
286

G004

4/401

50
51

2141

10A

33/402

52
53

1000
1010

E009

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27. AGS
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

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D853
3469

3469

11

12

286
3470

13

12

286
3470

11

13

A021

4/
395

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

D878

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

1000
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1262

1262

1262

18/401

15A

1000
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18

E157

286

286

10

10

B344

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35. CONVERTER/RADIO
The following description of operation and
installation is merely advisory.
Read the manufacturers installation
instructions supplied with the radio.
For more information, see chapter 6:
Connecting the radio.
The radio is equipped with one antenna
connection and two loudspeaker outputs used to
connect loudspeakers B024 and B025. Two
filters for the loudspeakers can also be
connected to the radio. To each of these filters
(B186 en B187) two loudspeakers can be
connected (B178, B179 and B180 and B181).
The 12V output (pin A4) of the converter (D895)
can also be connected to a CB transmitter
(B026) to provide it with a supply voltage.
VARIANTS
Location
37 Wire No. 2630. This wire should be
connected to one of the search light switch
wires.
41 Wire No. 1108. This wire should be
connected to wire 1108 coming from the
24/12V converter.

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1
2
G015
85
1

B010
50
1

2/412
1/412

1100

1100

15/402

4
5

1130

19/402
20/402

1130

7
8

86 87A

85

1/402

10

87

30

11

10/403

G178

12
13

24V

1147

14

10A

12/403

E027

17

12V

16

B1

B2

24V

15

1106

1106

15A

E037
1100

C539

4002

4/412
6/412

A2

1107

1107

1000
1010

4001

1100
1130

3/402

1147

1147

1/427

18
19

12V

3/427

A4

15A

15/403

E028
1353

1108
1108

20
21

23

12

22

7
2

12V

189

1108

1108

D895

190

194

4-22

35
11

1108

190

24
25

B026

26
27

1108

28

12V

7/424

D878

4/424

12V

8/424

29

4827

L1

4827

30

194
2

31

4828

32

33

L2

B186

194
4829

1353

L1

4828

B178
4829

34

194
4

35

4830

L2

4830

37

17

4831

R1

4831

38
39

18

R1

40
41

19

R2

B187

12V

87

86 87A

2630

1108

42

G231

194

43

20

4834

R2

4834

44

190

4832

194
4833

30

194
4832

194
4833

190

85

194

B185

36

194

B179
4831

4832

B180
4833

4834

194

46

12

45

B181

4540

4540

48

4542

13

47

185

B024

4542

49

185
7

50

4541

4541

51

187

B025

52

4543

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53

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36 AUTOMATIC WINDOWS/ROOF HATCH/CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING


ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL, DRIVERS
SIDE (OPENING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G030 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4526). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G031. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the window on
drivers side will open.
ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL, DRIVERS
SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C745) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G031 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C745 (wire 4527). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E034 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B003). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G030. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the window on drivers
side will close.
ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL,
CO-DRIVERS SIDE (OPENING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 2
and 4), relay G028 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4522). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 2 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (1) is connected to earth
through relay G029. The motor will start
operating counter-clockwise and the window on
co-drivers side will open.

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ELECTRIC WINDOW CONTROL,


CO-DRIVERS SIDE (CLOSING)
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
If the electric window control switch (C743) is
activated and a connection is made (contacts 4
and 1), relay G029 will be activated through fuse
E044 and switch C743 (wire 4523). As a result,
a supply voltage is applied through fuse E033 to
connection point 1 of the motor (B004). The
other connection point (2) is connected to earth
through relay G028. The motor will start
operating clockwise and the window on
co-drivers side will close.
ELECRIC WINDOW CONTROL, CO-DRIVERS
SIDE
(Switch in door panel, drivers side)
The automatic window control using C744 on
the co-drivers side is similar to the automatic
window control on the drivers side. When switch
C744 (connection between contacts 4 and 2) is
engaged, relay G028 is activated through switch
C743 (contacts 5 and 2) and the motor (B004)
will open the automatic window. When switch
C744 (connection between contacts 4 and 1) is
engaged, relay G029 is activated through switch
C743 (contacts 3 and 1) and the motor will
operate clockwise and close the automatic
window.
The electric window control will only function if
the contact is switched on.
ROOF HATCH, OPENING
If the roof-hatch switch (C736) is used to make a
connection between contacts 2 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 1 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 1 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4761.
The roof hatch will open.

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ROOF HATCH, CLOSING


If the roof-hatch switch (C736) is used to make a
connection between contacts 8 and 6, and
therefore between contacts 7 and 3, a voltage is
applied to pin 2 of the roof-hatch motor (B175)
through fuse E030, switch C736 and wire 4760.
The roof hatch will close.

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CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING, CO-DRIVERS SIDE (STANDARD)

5118

5062
5061

B200

DL
DO

C774

2630

G723

31

I0 I I
1000
5/3

E026
(10A)

30B

1105

K100851

Purpose:
To lock the co-drivers side door using
button/key or switch (C774). The driver can
lock/unlock the co-drivers side door from behind
the steering wheel.
Central door locking motor, co-drivers side
(B200):
The motor has two (internal) switches, i.e.:
a stroke-end switch (always reverses at
end of stroke) (lower drawing);
a switch which is mechanically connected to
the locking button (always reverses at the
beginning of the upward or downward
movement of the locking button) (upper in
drawing).

11

Note:
A mechanical connection consisting of a linkage
mechanism between the cylinder lock and the
locking button will remain.

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Starting position: door unlocked (see


drawing).
The door is locked using the button/key.
The mechanical linkage reverses the upper
switch directly. As a result, a current will
flow through the fuse (E026), the
connection (30b), the motor, the lower
switch and the upper switch through
connection 31 to earth. The mechanical
linkage between the motor and unlock
button will move the button down.
Having reached the lower position, the
stroke end switch reverses.
The same occurs during unlocking. The
direction of rotation of the motor is the
same. The position of the switches is
different, however. The power between
motor/lock button is transmitted through a
lever/connecting rod mechanism.

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The door is locked using the switch (C774).


If the spring-loaded switch (C774) makes a
connection between connections 5/3 and 7,
point DL of (B200) is connected to earth.
One brief moment is sufficient to start the
motor moving. Because there is a
mechanical linkage between the motor and
the lock button, the upper switch will
reverse immediately afterwards. A current
will flow until the stroke-end switch breaks
the circuit.

The door is unlocked using the switch


(C774). To this end, connection DO is briefly
connected to earth. The action is the same,
except that the switches resume their other
position once the locking button has moved
upwards.

Variants:
36 If the standard version is installed, the
drivers side central door locking (B199) and
the central door locking electronic unit
(D862) will also not be installed. In that case
cascade G723 is placed on connector 394,
and switch C774 replaces switch C803.

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CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING (OPTION)

31

31

B199

DL

DL

DO

DO

B200

1000
E026
(10A)

10

5061

5062

30B

1105

4538

4537

30B

1105

B
driver co driver lock all
door open

C803

2630

5063

5061

5118

2609

2600

D862

0- I

5/3

K100852

11

Purpose:
To automatically lock both doors if one of
the doors is locked using the key/button.
To automatically lock both doors using the
alarm-system remote control (if available).
If one of the two doors is unlocked, only this
door will open while other door remains
locked.

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Description of central door locking, drivers


side (B199) and central door locking motor,
co-drivers side (B200).
The description of both components is similar to
description B200 as above.
Starting position: both doors locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using the key.
This is the same as the standard version. The
other door remains locked.
Unlock the co-drivers side door using switch
C803.
If switch C803 is engaged (connection between
pin 1 and 5/3), connection DO of component
B200 is connected to earth. B200 is activated in
the same way as in the standard version.
Starting position: both doors unlocked.
Drivers side door locked using key/button.
The action is similar to that in the standard
version; in this case, however, unit D862 will
measure an earth signal through connection DL
(wire 4538) to pin 1. D862 now connects pin 2 to
earth, also activating B200. The co-drivers side
door is now also locked.
Locking co-drivers side door using key/button.
The operation is the same as the operation
described above. However, unit D862 now
measures an earth signal at pin 2 and will,
therefore, connect pin 1 of component B199 to
earth. The drivers side door is now also locked.
Note:
If one or both door switches sends a positive
signal to pin 3 or 4 of unit D862, the
accompanying components B199 and/or B200
will not be activated.

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18

B175

17

11

C736
16

12

12

C149
3
17

4706

C130
3
17

10

2630
2630

13

14

2630

15

16

17

31
4

1
308

18

19

21

DO
2

3
DL

20

B200

22

277

277

1105

8/
394

2/
394

20

23

24

II 0 I

1105

1105

6/
394

276

380

25

26

15A
35/402
27

2630

1105
A

28

E026
9/
334

10/
394

1105
29

C803

10A

4761

4761

1105

1104

1104

1104

191

II 0 I

380

E030

380

1104

189

4706

191

189

4706
4706

C733
B
17

277

1105

380

5062
5061

5062
5061
5061
5061

5118
5118

1105

380

1105

30

4/
394

1105

D708
1
17

31

32

C063
1
17

34

35

483

2609
10

D862 !

1105

33

E515
2
17

196

36

2609
2609

29/402

4761

189
190

4760

4760

4760

191
189
194

37

38

39

3/
394

5/
394

5063

B030
1
22

286

2609
2609
2609

2609
2609

2600
2600

A042
1
42

383

40

A040

E117
2
19

41

42

2600
43

17/
232

4537
44

7/
394

4538
C062
1
16

45

46

47

2600

3
DL

48

49

5/
396

281

197

197

E514
1
16

1/
394

D550

D878

2600

4538
2600

1000
1010

4537
50

2
DO
M

1105
51

31
4

1
308

1000
1010

52

53

B199

0209
2600

36

D853

95XF series

197

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55

1207

15A

17/401

56

58

59

60

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61

62

63

65

4525

64

66

276

67

68

86 87A

85

69

87

30

70

G029
71

72

276
73

4520
74

276
75

4521
76

276
77

78

4520

4521

C696
4
18

79

1208

80

81

82

1208

83

84

85

C695
4
18

86

87

88

86 87A

85

C746
1
18

89

87

30

90

196

91

92

93

94

96

196
96

97

98

1233

4529

86 87A

85

87

30

99

4525

E034

196

G031

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

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1207

E033

57

276

1207

87

86 87A

276

30

4524

85

4522

4522

4524

4520
3

C743
B004

4521

G028

4523
4523

4521

196

E044
196

10A
26/400
1208
1208
1208
1208

196

276

196

1208

C774

1208
4520

4526
4526

1208
4528

D878

G030

1208

1207

C745
B003

1207

4525
4525

4528
1233

4527
4527

36

1233

15A
35/401
1233

4-30
1233

11

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40A. AUXILIARY HEATING EBERSPCHER (with thermostat unit)


The auxiliary air heating is a separate heating
which functions entirely independent of the
vehicle. The cab temperature is measured by a
temperature sensor which is installed in the
thermostat unit (E566). This sensor sends a
signal to the electronic unit (D871) which
controls the heating.
As a result, the cab temperature automatically
remains at the preset temperature. In that case,
the blower is in continuous operation.
OPERATION OF AUXILIARY HEATING
The auxiliary air heating can be activated using
the button on thermostat unit E566. If this button
is switched to the interior heating position, the
heating will be activated. A green lamp will now
light up in the thermostat unit.
If the heating is activated, it activates the fan in
the heating unit.
At the same time the fuel metering pump for the
auxiliary Eberspcher heating (B122) is
activated, so that the correct amount of fuel is
fed to the ignition chamber of the heating unit.
If the fuel is ignited, a temperature sensor
(installed in the thermostat unit) will apply a
voltage to the heating unit so that at a certain
temperature, the heating unit switches off.
If the sensor measures a lower temperature
than the temperature preset by the driver (using
the temperature control button on the thermostat
unit), the heating power will be adjusted.
In the case of overheating, the thermal
protection will switch off the fuel pump. This will
switch off the heating.
VARIANTS
Location
10 Only applicable when transporting
hazardous substances.

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D703
2

D705
2

D704
2

10

11

31

12

30

B122
13

14

483
15

16

17

12

11/
482

18

19

20

12/
269

21

22

10/
269

24

25

26

11/
269

3/
269

23

2/
269

14/
269

14/
482

8/
482

13/
482

7/
482

28

0 I

1156

E566

380
27

1156

34/402

483

483

15

30

31

397

7/
269

29

C778
380

1156

14

A021

1156

1156

3037

15A

11

3/
482

12/
482

483

4/
482

4939

D871

9003

5/
482

483
115

4941

1156

3462

3037

3462

3462

4936
4936
4936
4935

40A
115

5117

4660
4660
4660

4-32
483

11
4660

D878

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

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40B. AUXILIARY HEATING EBERSPCHER (with timer)


The auxiliary air heating is a separate heating
which functions entirely independent of the
vehicle. The cab temperature is measured by a
temperature sensor (F509). This sensor sends a
signal to the electronic unit D871 which controls
the heating.
As a result, the cab temperature automatically
remains at the preset temperature. In that case,
the blower is in continuous operation.
OPERATION OF AUXILIARY HEATING
The auxiliary air heating can be activated using
switch C844. A green lamp in the timer unit will
light up if the system is activated by means of
this switch.
If the heating is activated, it activates the fan in
the heating unit.
At the same time the fuel metering pump for the
auxiliary Eberspcher heating (B122) is
activated, so that the correct amount of fuel is
fed to the ignition chamber of the heating unit.
If the fuel is ignited, the temperature sensor
(F509) will apply a voltage to electronic unit
D871 through wire 4941 so that at a certain
temperature, the heating unit (D871) switches
off.
If the sensor measures a lower temperature
than the temperature preset by the driver (using
the temperature control button on the timer unit),
the heating power will be adjusted.
In the case of overheating, the thermal
protection will switch off the fuel pump. This will
switch off the heating.

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A021

31

30

B122

10

483
11

12

13

12

11/
482

14

8/
482

15

16

9003
17

F509
18

19

7/
482

20

6/
269

21

22

23

4/
269

9/
269

24

25

12/
269

2/
269

14/
482

13/
482

5/
482

4939

26

27

E581

D878

28

15A
1

29

10/
269

1156
30

31

11/
269

32

7/
269

33

34

4660

35

4660
2

380
4

36

21

15

37

C844
38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

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14

483

3/
482

483

1156
5117

E114
483

34/402
1156
1156
1156
1156

D871

4941
4941

397
483

4/
482

3037

3037

4936

4936

4936

4935

483

115

115

9003
9003

4660
4660

1156

4-34
4660

40B
380

11

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42. CONNECTOR SOCKETS FT, DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR, ALARM


CONNECTOR
DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)
The diagnostic connector is installed on the
left--hand side in the central cabinet. This is the
connector to which DAVIE is connected. After
the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Wire no.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
red
white
blue
black
black

Description
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control, E-gas 3

4732

black

ECAS 2

4047

black

CTE-3

4883

black

ZF intarder

3470
3037

blue
blue

AGS
D3LC auxiliary heating

ABS CONNECTOR (A005)


This ABS connector is located at the rear of the
cab.
Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A005) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1119 and fuse
E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the supply
voltage after contact through fuse
E040. This voltage also serves to feed
the ABS unit.
Pins 3, 4 are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to pin 7 of the CWS--2
unit (D582) through wire 3428.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

FT TRAILER CONNECTOR (7--pin) (A002)


This FT trailer connector is located at the rear of
the cab.
Pin 1
of the FT trailer connector (A002) is
connected to earth. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuses
E000 and E001 to pins 2 (through wire
2102) and 6 (through wire 2103)
respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left--hand rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE--3 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake--light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE--3 unit
(30/232) (right direction) through wire
2009.
Pin 6
switches the right--hand rear light.
REAR FOG LIGHT / BACK--UP LIGHT
CONNECTOR (7--pin) (A003)
This connector is located at the rear of the cab.
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back--up switch
E501 (wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113.
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010, relay
G005 and wire 2152.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A033)


The alarm system socket is located at the front,
below the central printed circuit in the cable
harness.
Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction
indicator, left (C016), direction indicator,
rear left (C018) and the electronic unit
CTE-3 (D884) (4/232) through wire
2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE-3 (D884) (31/232)
through wire 2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior stepwell lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting on drivers side
(C062), the electronic unit CTE-3
(D884) and the lighting buzzer relay
(G235) through wire 2600.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting on co--drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch on co--drivers
side (C120), the control switch for
interior stepwell lighting, door switch on
co--drivers side (E515) through wire
2609, and the interior--lighting diode
prevent feedback to the co--drivers
stepwell (D704).
Pin 6
is connected directly to the cab--lock
control switch (F009) through wire 3412
and to the electronic unit CWS (D582)
(20/215).
Pin 7
is connected directly to the generator of
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107)
through wire 1020. At the same time
pin 7 is connected directly to the
lighting buzzer (B242) and to the
electronic unit CWS (D582) (12/214).
Pin 8
is connected to earth.
Pin 9
is not connected.

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24V CONNECTOR (A042)


Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A402) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1000 and fuse E026.
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
24V CONNECTOR (A043)
Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A034) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1240 and fuse E091
(behind the contact).
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
24V CONNECTOR (A038)
Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A038) is
connected directly to the supply voltage
through wire 1000 and fuse E168.
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
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11

Location
104, 134 In the case of a 15-pin connector,
connectors A002 and A003 are
combined.
The FT trailer connector is located at
the rear of the cab.
The pins will be allocated as follows:
Pin 1
is connected to the CTE--3 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 2
is connected to the CTE--3 unit
(30/232) (right direction) through wire
2009.
Pin 3
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010 and
wire 2152.
Pin 4
is connected to earth.
Pin 5
switches the left--hand rear light
through wire 2102. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuse
E000 to pin 2 (through wire 2102).

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Pin 6

Pin 7
Pin 8

Pin 9

147

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

switches the right--hand rear light


through wire 2103. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuse
E001 to pin 6 (through wire 2103).
is connected to relay G036 (brake--light
relay) through wire 4601.
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back--up switch
E501 (wire 4591) to pin 3.
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113.
This location provides the power supply
for accessories (M6 bolt on the central
printed circuit).

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4-40

42

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EL000375
1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

G015

30

1010

1000

87

1000
1000

1000

10

1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

114
1000
G525

11

1000

114

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

A2 E043 A1

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

12/401

29

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

3428

30

377

1119

1288

321
3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A005

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

45

185

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

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4-41
EL000376
54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

11

61

2110

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

0209

42

66

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69

2102

71

2102

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

C074
2
9

2101

493

2102

30

87

70

C156
2
9

C158
2
9

86 87A
M

85

5/401
2102

2102

2102

75
76

C012
5
9

2102

284

2102

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281

77
78

C010
1
9

2102

161

2102

E000
2102

189

79
80

C157
2
9

2103

81

2103

2103

82

493

D878

2103

2103

115

83

C075
2
9

2103

C159
2
9

2103

84
85

C011
2
9

2103

86

161

2103

2103

2103

10A

28/400

189

87

C013
2
9

2103

88

288

2103

E001
2103

286
1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

90
91

1209
4602

4602

6/402

93

C021
3
14

86 87A
M

4601

94

22

96

4601

4601

8/402

96
97

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

115

87

4601

30

4601

85

92

E511

4601

493

G036

4601

98

D
2

2008

99

493

2/
232

2008

2008

115

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

30/
232

2009

493

D884

115

2009

2009

115

493

12

A002

!
M

1000
1010

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176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

176

C773
1
11

C027
5
12

C024
4
11

2152

10A

13/401

2150
2150

1217

C025
4
11

10A
27

10

E048

10

D884
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D901
8
46

11

D850
13
23

D814
13
47

19

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

15

D597
23
31

1000
1010

19

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378

378

E053

15A

E501

1217

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

C750
5
15

C748
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

4591

1217

4591
4591
4591
4591

118
493

6/401
4591

G005
2152

24/400
2152
2152
2152
2152

115
493

E010
115
493

16/402
1113

A003

10A
18/403
1229
1229

2152
D852
C2
6

4047

1113
1113
1113

3470
3470

433

3064

D806
461

87

445

86 87A
M

483

483

30

377

85

297

2151

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697
4697

2150

378

A021

4697

D878

185

4-42
9107

42

434

11
4697

1000
1010

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C062
1
17

D862
3
36

281

12

2600

D853
5
7

2600

C018
1
4

281

31/
232

C017
1
4

C016
1
4

2006
C014
1
4

2006

115

2600

383

2006

2600

E514
1
16

2006
2006

4/
232

281
2006

2007

C015
1
4

115

C019
1
4

1/
232

C765
6
4

1114
1114

17/
232

185
2006

2007

2007

D884

1114

D862
5
36

29/
232

1114
9

15A
32/402
1114
1114
1

1114

D862
4
36

D708
1
17

D853
B6
7

C063
1
17

1020

D668

1020

1024

B036
483

10

E515
2
17

286

D878

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

2600

2600

2600

2007

2006

2007
2007

286
2007

190
189

2609
2609
2609
2609

13/402
7

A502
D+
1

383

1020
1020

E108

1000
1010

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

1000
1010

5063

1020

0209
114

42

1020

95XF series

A040

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

11

EL000378

4-43

8/534

398

4693

4691

4692

4691

E184
297
4692

G126
87
47

33/
295

34/
295

32/
295

21/
295
18/
15/
295

22/
295

4099

3
4

297

1248

B501
A3
2

5A
25/402

15A
23/400
2

E143
1234

E194
4

297

5A
11/403
1247
1247

27/402
1247

13/403

398

1248

4692

4692

4691

D814

4693

1247

3402

398

4693

4693

4691

4693

6/534

C776

4691

4/534

4099

1248

G328

1234
1234
1234
1234

1247
4692
5/534

3039
3039
2/534

1234
9029
7/534

3
5

F000
2
8

297

1297
1297
1297
1297
1297
1/534

1297
4100

42
3/534

3402
3402
3402

4-44
A046

11
3402

G321

D878
1000
1010

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213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

43. CONNECTOR SOCKETS FA, DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR, ALARM


CONNECTOR
DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR (A021)
The diagnostic connector is installed on the top
left-hand side in the central cabinet. This is the
connector to which DAVIE is connected. After
the contact has been activated, the supply
voltage for DAVIE is applied to pin 1 through
fuse E053. Pin 2 is connected to earth. The
remaining pins are meant for the communication
with various systems and are connected to
those systems.
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Wire no.
1229
9107
3425
4788
4697

Colour
red
white
blue
black
black

Description
Supply for DAVIE
Earth
ABS/ASC-D
ASL-G
ECAS remote control, E-gas 3

4732

black

ECAS 2

4047

black

CTE-3

4883

black

ZF intarder

3470
3037

blue
blue

AGS
D3LC auxiliary heating

24V CONNECTOR (A007)


This 24V connector is located on the right--hand
side, along the air vents of the heater (central
console).
Pin 1
of the 24V connector (A007) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1000 and fuse
E036.
Pin 2
is connected to earth.
ABS CONNECTOR (A004)
This ABS connector is installed in the back cross
member of the chassis.
Pin 1
of the ABS connector (A004) is
connected directly to the supply
voltage through wire 1119 and fuse
E043.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E040 behind the
contact. This voltage also serves to
feed the ABS unit.
Pins 3,4 are both connected to earth.
Pin 5
is connected to the CWS--2 unit
(D582) through wire 3428.

0209

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95XF series

FA TRAILER CONNECTOR (7--pin) (A000)


This FA trailer connector is installed in the back
cross member of the chassis.
Pin 1
of the FA trailer connector (A000) is
connected to earth.
If a connection is made between
contacts 2 and 1 (rear/side marker and
parking lights position) with the lighting
switch (C622), a voltage is applied to
contact 85 of relay G000 through fuse
E084, wire 1101, switch C622 and wire
2100. The relay is activated and a
voltage is applied from wire 1000,
contacts 30 and 87 (from relay G000)
through fuses E000 and E001 to pins 2
(through wire 2102) and 6 (through wire
2103) respectively.
Pin 2
switches the left--hand rear light.
Pin 3
is connected to the CTE--3 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 4
is connected to relay G036 (brake--light
relay) through wire 4601.
Pin 5
is connected to the CTE--3 unit
(30/232) (right direction) through wire
2009.
Pin 6
switches the right--hand rear light.

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REAR FOG LIGHT / BACK--UP LIGHT


CONNECTOR (7--pin) (A001)
This connector is installed in the back cross
member of the chassis.
Pin 1
is connected to earth.
Pin 3
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back--up switch
E501 (wire 4591) to pin 3.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113. Pin 3 is also connected to
connector A026 (superstructure
side--lights, 4--pin).
Pin 7
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010, relay
G005 and wire 2152.

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Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

ALARM SYSTEM SOCKET (A033)


The alarm system socket is located at the front,
below the central printed circuit in the cable
harness.
Pin 1
is connected directly to the supply
voltage in front of the contact through
wire 1114 and fuse E108 (wire 1000).
Pin 2
is connected to the direction indicator,
front left (C014), side direction
indicator, left (C016), direction indicator,
rear left (C018) and the electronic unit
CTE-3 (D884) (4/232) through wire
2006.
Pin 3
is connected to the direction indicator,
front right (C015), side direction
indicator, right (C017), direction
indicator, rear right (C019) and the
electronic unit CTE-3 (D884) (31/232)
through wire 2007.
Pin 4
is connected directly to the control
switch for interior stepwell lighting, door
switch on drivers side (E514), the
stepwell lighting on drivers side
(C062), the electronic unit CTE-3
(D884) and the lighting buzzer relay
(G235) through wire 2600.
Pin 5
is connected directly to the stepwell
lighting on co--drivers side (C063), the
interior lighting switch on co--drivers
side (C120), the control switch for
interior stepwell lighting, door switch on
co--drivers side (E515) through wire
2609, and the interior--lighting diode
prevent feedback to the co--drivers
stepwell (D704).
Pin 6
is connected directly to the cab--lock
control switch (F009) through wire 3412
and to the electronic unit CWS (D582)
(20/215).
Pin 7
is connected directly to the generator of
integrated voltage regulator (A502)
(D+) and to lighting relay D+ (G107)
through wire 1020. At the same time
pin 7 is connected directly to the
lighting buzzer (B242) and to the
electronic unit CWS (D582) (12/214).
Pin 8
is connected to earth.
Pin 9
is not connected.

0209

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SUPERSTRUCTURE SIDE--LIGHTS
CONNECTOR (A026)
This connector is located in the side member at
the rear left (connector 516).
Pin 1
is connected directly to the
(semi--)trailer socket (A000) pin 2
through wire 2102, and to the
rear--light/ side light relay (G000)
through fuse E000.
Pin 2
is connected directly to the
(semi--)trailer socket (A000) pin 6
through wire 2103, and to the
rear--light/ side light relay (G000)
through fuse E001.
Pin 3
is connected directly to pin 5 of the rear
fog light socket (A001) through wire
1113 and to the supply voltage through
fuse E048.
Pin 4
is connected to earth.
AUTOMATIC GEARBOX (A047)
Pin 1
is connected to contact 87 of relay
G291 through wire 5638.
Pin 2
is connected to contact 87A of relay
G291 through wire 5639.
Pin 3
is connected to contact 30 of relay
G291 through wire 5640.
Pin 4
is connected to contact 30 of relay
G294 through wire 5641.
Pin 5
is connected to contact 87A of relay
G294 through wire 5642.
Pin 6
is connected to contact 87 of relay
G294 through wire 5643.
Pin 7
is connected to the electronic unit for
gearbox control (D866) through wire
5644.
Pin 8
is connected to the PTO control switch
(C714) through wire 5628.
Pin 9
is connected to earth.
VARIANTS

11

Location
104, 134 In the case of a 15-pin connector,
connectors A000 and A001 are
combined.
The FA trailer connector is installed in
the back cross member of the chassis.
The pins will be allocated as follows:
Pin 1
is connected to the CTE--3 unit (2/232)
(left direction) through wire 2008.
Pin 2
is connected to the CTE--3 unit
(30/232) (right direction) through wire
2009.
Pin 3
(rear fog lights) is connected to the
supply voltage through fuse E010, relay
G005 and wire 2152.
Pin 4
is connected to earth.

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Pin 5

Pin 6

Pin 7
Pin 8

Pin 9

151

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

switches the left--hand rear light


through wire 2102. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuse
E000 to pin 2 (through wire 2102).
switches the right--hand rear light
through wire 2103. If a connection is
made between contacts 2 and 1
(rear/side marker and parking lights
position) with the lighting switch
(C622), a voltage is applied to contact
85 of relay G000 through fuse E084,
wire 1101, switch C622 and wire 2100.
The relay is activated and a voltage is
applied from wire 1000, contacts 30
and 87 (from relay G000) through fuse
E001 to pin 6 (through wire 2103).
is connected to relay G036 (brake--light
relay) through wire 4601.
is connected to the supply voltage once
the contact has been activated and the
gearbox is in reverse gear. The voltage
is applied as follows: through fuse
E016 (wire 1217), back--up switch
E501 (wire 4591) to pin 3.
is connected directly to the supply
voltage through fuse E048 and wire
1113. Pin 3 is also connected to
connector A026 (superstructure
side--lights, 4--pin).
This location provides the power supply
for accessories (M6 bolt on the central
printed circuit).

11

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4-49

4-50

43

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EL000380
1
2

A500

3
4

1000

1000

2/233

50

1000

1000

B010

G014
1
3

1000

30

G015

30

1010

1000

87

1000
1000

1000

10

1000

1010

1/233

11

31

1010

114
1000
G525

11

1000

114

12

1000

13
14

B+

15

1000

1000

G525

16

D+

17

A502

18
19

20

1175

40A
1175

A2 E168 A1

21

180

22
23

A038

24

25

180

26

A2 E043 A1

27

25A
1119

115

28

1288

12/401

29

377

10A

E172

D853
7
7

3428

30

377

1119

1288

321
3428

321

D878

1288
3428

31

32

33
34

A004

35

36

115

37

27
B042
1
22

1240

1240

38

321

288

1240

286

39

B032
1
21

40

1240

1240

1240

1240

25/400

42

B033
1
21

41

185
1240

15A

E091
1240

187

44

D862
10
36

21

43

A043

B030
1
22

B200
308
36

1181

1181

1181

46

276

47

1181

1181

1181

45

185

1181

1181

1181

35/402

48

380

49

B199
308
36

1181

15A

E182
1181

50

196

A042

51

21

52
53

1000
1010

380

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

1316630/24-29

4-51
EL000381
54
55
56

0 I II

1000
1010

1/231

2/231

1101

1101

1101

57
58

2100

D852
B10
6

D853
B15
7

C622

1101

14/403

59
60

281

176

24/401

D609
2110

286

62

B129
3
33

C773
5
11

D610

C727
2
11

63

28/401

65

176

C764
5
33

64

2110

2100

C775
4
10

11

61

2110

2110

B130
3
33

2110

288

10A

E084
2110
2110

2154

2154

284

2100

2110

C775
7
10

4/231

2110

2110

0209

43

66

2100

2100

22/401

67
68
69
70

71

C074
2
2

87

86 87A
M

2102

G000

2102

72

115

73
74

75
76

C010
1
8

2102

2102

10A

33/400

281
4

C012
5
8

2102

284
2102

161

2101

495
2102

30

2102

2102

85

5/401

2102
2102
2102

E000
2102

189

77

78

2/
232

2008

2008

115

79

D884

2008

495
4

80

2009

2009

115

81

C075
2
8

D878

495

30/
232

2009
2103

82

2103

2103

83

115

84

C013
2
8

2103

2103

10A

28/400

85

189

86

2103

87

288

C011
2
8

2103

161

2103

2103

2103

495

2103

2103

E001
2103

286

88

1209

10A

7/402

89

E013

115

90

4602

1209
4602

4601

6/402

91

E511

92
93

C021
3
14

495

12

86 87A
M

94

22

4601

4601

8/402

96
96
97

495

11

C020
3
14

D759
1
14

115

87

4601

495

30

4601

85

4601

A000
4601

4601

G036

98
99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

2102

2103

3
1113

1000
1010

A026

95XF series

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

176

C751
5
15

376

D813
1
13

B079
1
13

F006
1
15

E561
2
13

4591
1

C026
5
12

6/401

C024
4
11

C027
5
12

C773
1
11

24/400
9

C025
4
11

10A
1113
5

27

10

10

D884
5
5

6/
253

13

D809
A1
32

3470

20

D587
18
26

21

11/
253

11

D802
4
34

D871
12
40

11

14

D901
8
46

11

D850
13
23

D814
13
47

19

D591
44
28

19

D529
7
33

15

D597
23
31

1000
1010

19

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

1316630/24-29

378

378

E053

10A

E010
A001

E501

1217

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

1113

C750
5
15

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

1217

10A

13/401

1217

1217

1217

E016

115

118

C748
5
15

1217

1217

4591

1217

4591
4591
4591
4591

176

4591

118
495

2150
2150

2152

115
495

2152
2152
2152
2152

G005
2152

15A
16/402
1113
1113
1113
1113

E048
115
495

18/403
1229
1229

2152
D852
C2
6

4047

1217

1217

1217

3470
3470

433

3064

D806
461

87

445

86 87A
M

483

483

30

377

85

297

2151

3065

4788
4788

4883
4883

4732
4732

3037
3037

3037
3037

3425
3425

4697
4697

4697
4697

4697
4697

2150

378

A021

4697

D878

185

4-52
9107

43

434

11
4697

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000382

0209

1316630/24-29

C062
1
17

2600

12

D862
3
36

281

D853
5
7

2600

2600

2600

2006

2006

383

C016
1
4

2006
C014
1
4

2006

281
2006

E514
1
16

185
2006

C018
1
4

2006
2006
2006

187

31/
232

C017
1
4

2007
3

2007

4/
232

115
495

C019
1
4

286

C015
1
4

2007
2007

17/
232

2007

D884

115
495

1/
232

C765
6
4

1114

D878

1114
1114

29/
232

D862
5
36

15A
32/402
1114
1114
1

1114

D862
4
36

D708
1
17

D853
B6
7

C063
1
17

1020

D668

1020

1024

B036
483

10

E515
2
17

286

13/402
7

A502
D+
1

383

1020
1020

E108

1000
1010

160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

1000
1010

380

2609
2609
2609
2609

2007
2007
2007

190
189

2609
2609
2609
2609

2600

2600

2600

1114
5063

1020

0209
114

43

1020

95XF series

A040

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

11

EL000383

4-53

8/534

398

4693

4691

4692

4691

E184
297
4692

G126
87
47

33/
295

34/
295

32/
295

21/
295
18/
15/
295

22/
295

4099

3
4

297

1248

B501
A3
2

5A
25/402

15A
23/400
2

E143
1234

E194
4

297

5A
11/403
1247
1247

27/402
1247

13/403

398

1248

4692

4692

4691

D814

4693

1247

3402

398

4693

4693

4691

4693

6/534

C776

4691

4/534

4099

1248

G328

1234
1234
1234
1234

1247
4692
5/534

3039
3039
2/534

1234
9029
7/534

3
5

F000
2
8

297

1297
1297
1297
1297
1297
1/534

1297
4100

43
3/534

3402
3402
3402

4-54
A046

11
3402

G321

D878
1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

1316630/24-29

213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


95XF series

EL000384

0209

95XF series

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

46 AUXILIARY HEATING EBERSPCHER HYDRONIC 10


VARIANTS
Location
6 Only when transporting hazardous
substances. The auxiliary heating will be
switched off upon activation of the PTO.
79 Wire 4009 only applies in the case of a VF.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

0209

4-55

1316630/24-29

3557

1201

1156

10

11

12

87

86 87A

13

14

1156

30

85

1156

15

16

1156
1156

0 I

15

18

19

17

20

10/
526

11/
526

4/
526

483
21

4660
4

22

538
23

12/
526

2/
526

24

25

4766

26

27

4765

28

533

533

30

31

1/
527

2/
527

4667

4765

29

524

4766

4980

9/
528

5/
528

32

7/
527

33

538

14/
527

1211

34

35

3/
527

36

538

12/ 10/
527 527

16/400
37

6/
528

D901

38

39

3557

40

41

483

12

4/
528

3410

7/
528

F087
1
38

42

43

115

12

44

45

3410

3410

46

47

48

3402

49

19/
333

50

12/400
51

F000
2
28

52

53

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

3410

87

86 87A

1156

30

85

C760
2
20

4667

15A
34/402
1156
1156
1

E114
483

10A
14/401

483

15A

C802
2
20

DVB

380
1156

4660
4660

15/401

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

1201

DVB

G247

1201

1201

1201

1201

376

1201

C778
538

1156

G170

C588
2
20

538

1201

524

1156
4660
1156

4660

1156

E571
483

397
380
1156

4660
4660
4660

E035
4666

E579

1156
4980

1211

524

D878

524

397

1156

E580

4980
4980
4980

4982

524

E031

G300

4667

4982

F509

4980

3557
4982

46

3557

14/400
3410
3410
3410

13/400
3452
3452

G240

378

11
3402

4-56
D591

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000339

0209

54

55

1000
1010

56

57

58

59

30

60

61

62

B122

63

31

1/
528

2/
528

10/
528

4935

524

483

115

4935

4935

4935

64

65

524

10

66

1020

B036
67

68

1020

1020

8/
528

11

D901

483

69

14

70

13/402
A040
7

71

A021

1020

4936

524

483

115

D668
524
483

3037
3037
3037

72

D853
B6

73

1020

74

11/
528

11

524

75

45/
232

76

483

4002
4002
4002

1024

4002

77

D884

4936

4936

4936

78

4002
4009
27

4009
79

B010
50
A

80

D878

15A

1100

81

83

G178
85
1

82

C539

E037

G015
85
A

4/412

1020

2/412

114

15/402
1100
1/412

1100
6/412

0209

1316630/24-29
4002

46
4001

84

G178
30
1

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

95XF series

1130

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

11

EL000340

4-57

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

95XF series

48. ECAS 3 (4x2)


VARIANTS
Location
80 For vehicle type FA: component B250
For vehicle type FT: component B238
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

11

4-58

0209

F000
1
28

10A

12

F087
1
38

1211

8/200

14/401

7/200

3/200

3410

16/400

1211

10

11

STOP

1211

1211

12

D806
1
27

32

F033
2
6

13

14

D852
15

1211

16

14/400
3410

E035

1211

115

1211
1211

1211

373

20/200

15/200

3403

4/200

3432

3432

3410

3410

3410

115

15/201
1/202
3438
3438

17

18

19

20

20/
395

9/
396

14/
396

1211
1211

G240
13/400
3452
3452

3403

3402

378
3431

12/400
F000
2
28

21

22

23

50/
333

44/
333

19/
333

24

25

26

2/
307

1/
307

20

27

28

18

D878

185
185

6/
307

3/
307

4734

3402

D853
4697

373

4696

3431

D591

1221
9108
9108

185

14

18

29

185
30

378

4696
4696
4696

17

185

7/
307

4/
307

15

19

31

32

D529
33

4697

34

35

371

11

36

37

38

17/
334

16/
334

4731

4734

4697

4731
4697
4697
4697

185
378

4697

D804
39

4697
40

41

3/
446

25/
446

42

43

4/
446

44

2/
446

18

10

11/
446

373
4731
4732

A021

1000
1010

343

45

46

C742
1
34A

47

9009

373
376
C740

3432
4732
4732

48

23/
446

13/
340

12

C741
7
34A

20

49

50

14/
446

51

52

53

1000
1010

1221

D851

373

4734
4756
9009

3431
4756
4756

0209

1316630/24-29

9009

48

376

95XF series

9009

5
MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

11

EL000337

4-59

54

55

C741
1
34A

1221

21

57

58

59

9009

60

20

7/
446

F615
1
34A

347

19/
446

321

347

61

62

376

C739
3
37

2
9009

63

10A
2

18/
446

1/
446

29

64

11

E062
9/401
1221
1221
65

66

67

68

69

70

71

10/
446

12/
446

6/
444

D851

D587
5
26

72

73

D813
3
13

74

75

76

4740

22

77

78

12

79

28

24

80

23

8/
446

20/
446

5/
446

21
446

19/
232

1000

D878

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

1000
A

89

90

114

B010
30
1

91

1000

1010

92

93

87A

87

G015
94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

Modifications to the electrical installation from chassis number 0E477514

56

1221

1221

F612

1221

321

347

1221

1221

F613

4737

4739

4739

4739

356
348

115

F614

4727

4751

1221

3502
3502
3502

461
373
356
348

4736

4736

4736

4740

373
321
347

9009
9009
9009

356
348

4742

4751

4727

321
347

3502
4740

4751

321
347

4740

9009
9009
9009

1221

B166

3502
4740

D550
4742

321
347

4742

356
348

4740

348

1316630/24-29
321 347

E051
373

10A
30/400
1117
1117
4741
4741
4741

48
B250

29/400
1000

4-60
1000

11
1000

1000
1010

MODIFICATIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

95XF series

EL000338

0209

95XF series

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

5. CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FROM CHASSIS


NUMBER 0E527418
5.1 OVERVIEW OF THE CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CHANGE/Chassis numbers
Electrical system

From chassis
number

Change

See section
diagram
number

Rotating lights on roof

0E527418

Rotating lights on roof included in


circuit diagram

49

Heater fan

0E531311

Electrical connection of
temperature controlled circuit
breaker for fan heater modified

20

Ignition/starter switch

0E532297

Relay G372 (micro relay)


changed to G303 (mini relay)

Converter/Radio

0E537437

Loudspeaker wiring modified

35

Gearbox and gate


protection

0E550289

High/Low valve (B079) control


modified

13

CTE-3

0E550289

Connection of pin 51: High/Low


valve (B079) control modified

Heater fan

0E565651

Connection of five-position switch


(C882) modified

20

Cab heater

0E565651

Wire marking modified

46

Cab heater

0E574689

Connection of Eberspcher cab


heater (air) modified

40A/40B

11

0209

5-1

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

95XF series

5.2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/30


This page can be used to make your own notes
on the circuit diagram.

11

5-2

0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

5.3 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODES IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/30


Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 1
A000
A001
A004
A007
A021
A026
A027
A038
A040
A042
A043
A046
A058
A500
A502
B000
B001
B002
B003
B004
B005
B006
B007
B009
B010
B011
B015
B017
B018
B023
B024
B025
B026
B028
B030
B032
B033
B036
B038
B039
B040
B041
B042
B043
B071
B072

0209

Basic code
Description
Number on search bar of circuit
diagram 1316630/ 30
Column 2
Column 3
Trailer socket (7-pin)
57/58/240/252/292/397
Rear fog lamp/reversing light socket (7-pin)
270/275/395/398
ABS FA socket (7-pin)
403
24-V socket, 2-pin
394
Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
181
Superstructure width marker lights (4-pin)
241/253/395/399
Accessories socket (4-pin)
399
Accessories socket, 2-pin, 40A
392
Alarm system socket
782
Dashboard socket (2-pin)
359
Seat console socket, drivers side (2-pin)
391
Connector for superstructure for remote control connection
563
Trailer socket (15-pin)
58/59/241/254/270/275/293/393/400
Batteries (2x)
1
Integrated voltage regulator generator
3
Windscreen wiper motor
81
Windscreen washer pump motor
91
Headlamp washer pump motor
93
Electric window motor, drivers side
729
Electric window motor, co-drivers side
726
Left mirror adjustment motor
742/752
Right mirror adjustment motor
747/758
E-gas speed/engine actuator
498
Roof hatch motor
775
Starter motor
9
Speed limiter motor
555
Heater fan, 4-speed
377/527/528
Mirror heating, drivers side
763
Mirror heating, co-drivers side
764
Radio
708
Loudspeaker, left
707/714
Loudspeaker, right
709/716
CB
710
Horn
766
Cigar lighter, drivers side
361
Seat heating, drivers side
387
Seat heating, co-drivers side
389
D+ generator resistor
5
Glow plug
30/597
Glow plug
30/597
Glow plug
598
Glow plug
598
Air dryer heating element
386
Air-conditioning compressor
368
Lifting-gear lifting valve
611
Lifting-gear lowering valve
605

5-5

11

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

11

Column 1
B073
B079
B088
B089
B122
B129
B130
B131
B132
B133
B134
B135
B136
B166
B174
B175
B178
B179
B180
B181
B182
B185
B186
B187
B192
B199
B200
B237
B238
B241
B243
B244
B245
B246
B247
B248
B250
B252
B253
B254
B256
B257
B258
B259
B290
B293
B294
B298
B344
B501
C000
C001
C002
C003
C006

5-6

Column 2
Lifting gear motor pump
Valve, single-H protection
Intarder proportional valve
Intarder air supply valve
Fuel feed pump for Eberspcher cab heater
Headlamp height adjusting motor, left
Headlamp height adjusting motor, right
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 1
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 2
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 3
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 4
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 5
Pump unit/injector solenoid valve, cylinder 6
ECAS valve, front axle
Speed limiter motor
Roof hatch motor, Superspace cab
Loudspeaker, left
Loudspeaker, left
Loudspeaker, right
Loudspeaker, right
Fuel heating
Radio
Loudspeaker filter, drivers side
Loudspeaker filter, co-drivers side
Engine brake valve
Central door lock, drivers side
Central door locking motor, co-drivers side F249 XH/ XC
ASR valve
Air supply valve, ECAS driven axle left/right (FT)
Fuel filter/water separator heating element sensor
Cross-axle lock control valve
Longitudinal controlled slip differential control valve
PTO control valve
PTO control valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Engine brake (DEB) valve
Air supply valve, ECAS driven axle left/right (FA)
Recirculation valve
Air supply valve, ECAS driven axle left/right
Valve ECAS trailing/leading axle, lifting/lowering
ABS valve, front left
ABS valve, front right
ABS valve, rear left
ABS valve, rear right
Electropneumatic boost pressure valve
Gearbox gate protection valve
Cab air suspension valve, switching off height control, front of cab
Cab air suspension valve, switching off height control, rear of cab
Electronic unit for automatic lubrication
Compact tachograph
Dipped beam, left
Dipped beam, right
Main beam, left
Main beam, right
Spotlights, left

95XF series
Column 3
614
37
488
446
505/514/531
221
223
574
576
577
579
581
583
632/661
480
771
717
719
720
722
799
717
717
720
77/586
675
670/679
418
630
790
278
280
686
690
434
436
628
381
659
662
411
412
414
416
584
47
296
461
472
25
255
257
259
260
262

0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series
Column 1
C007
C008
C009
C010
C011
C012
C013
C014
C015
C016
C017
C018
C019
C020
C021
C022
C022
C024
C025
C026
C027
C046
C047
C052
C053
C062
C063
C064
C065
C066
C067
C068
C071
C072
C073
C074
C075
C110
C111
C115
C130
C139
C144
C145
C148
C149
C150
C151
C154
C155
C156
C157
C158
C159
C539

0209

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

Column 2
Spotlights, right
Fog light, front left
Fog light, front right
Width marker light, headlight, left
Width marker light, headlight, right
Width marker light, front left
Width marker light, front right
Front left direction indicator lamp
Front right direction indicator lamp
Side left direction indicator lamp
Side right direction indicator lamp
Rear left direction indicator lamp
Rear right direction indicator lamp
Brake light, left
Brake light, right
Rear light, left
Rear light, right
Fog light, rear left
Fog light, rear right
Reversing light, left
Reversing light, right
Map reading light, drivers side
Map reading light, co-drivers side
Heater fan light, left
Heater fan light, right
Stepwell lighting, drivers side
Stepwell lighting, co-drivers side
Central upper storage compartment lighting
Central lower storage compartment lighting
Right-hand storage compartment lighting
Left-hand tool compartment lighting
Right-hand tool compartment lighting
Work lamp
Ashtray light, left
Ashtray light, right
Width marker light, rear left
Width marker light, rear left
Bunk light with switch down
Bunk light with switch up
Bunk light with switch
Red interior nightlight, drivers side
Red interior nightlight, co-drivers side
Rotating light, left
Rotating light, right
Interior lighting, drivers side, 2 x 21W
Interior lighting, co-drivers side, 2 x 21W
Left-hand storage compartment lighting
Interior lighting with central switch
Rear number plate light, left (tractors)
Rear number plate light, right (tractors)
Width marker light, left, 1st (tractors))
Width marker light, right, 1st (tractors))
Width marker light, left, 2nd (tractors))
Width marker light, right, 2nd (tractors))
Accessories contact-start switch

Column 3
263
264
266
231
243
232
244
50
53
52
55
51
54
290
292
234
246
268
269
273
274
320/348
322/349
365
366
307/330
313/331
303/355
304
306
323/356
324/357
20
362
363
233
246
351
352
302
345
342
693
695
315/334
309/338
353
326
237
249
238
250
239
252
14

5-7

11

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418
Column 1
C588
C622
C677
C695
C696
C697
C698
C716
C725
C726
C728
C731
C732
C733

11

C734
C735
C736
C737
C739
C740
C741
C742
C743
C744
C745
C746
C747
C748
C749
C750
C751
C760
C761
C763
C764
C765
C774
C775
C776
C778
C799
C802
C803
C804
C844
C863
C882
D503
D529
D587
D591
D597
D600

5-8

Column 2
Heater fan switch, 4-speed
Lighting switch
Fuel heater switch
Mirror adjusting switch, drivers side
Mirror adjusting switch, co-drivers side
Seat heating switch, drivers side
Seat heating switch, co-drivers side
Rotating light switch
Work lamp switch
Glow plug switch
Front fog light switch
Interior roof console lighting switch
(bed control), co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior roof console lighting switch, co-drivers side F249 XC
Interior roof console lighting switch
(bed control), drivers side F249 XC
Interior roof console lighting switch, drivers side F249 XC
Interior nightlight switch FG249 XC
Roof hatch switch F249 XL/XH/XC
ASR traction switch
Lifting-gear switch
ECAS switch, normal driving level
ECAS switch, axle lifting
Traction control switch
Electric window switch, co-drivers side (drivers side door)
Electric window switch, co-drivers side (co-drivers side door)
Electric window switch, drivers side (drivers side door)
Mirror heating switch
Fuel filter/water separator heating element switch
Cross-axle lock control switch
Longitudinal controlled slip differential control switch
PTO control switch
PTO control switch
Air-conditioning switch
CWS switch more warnings
Instrument lighting dimming potentiometer
Headlamp height adjustment potentiometer
Warning lights switch (with LED search lighting)
Central door locking switch
Switch for direction indicator lamps/main beam/dipped beam/horn
Multi-function switch
Cab heater switch
Retarder switch
Recirculation switch
Central door locking switch
Flexible speed limiter switch
Cab heater switch
Rear fog light switch
Heater fan switch
Electronic unit for lifting gear
Electronic unit, ECAS remote control
Electronic unit for ZF intarder
Electronic unit for E-gas 3
Electronic unit for ASL-V speed limiter
Diode for rear fog light/dipped beam

95XF series
Column 3
377
205/209
797
743/753
748/759
387
389
696
20
33
217
315/335
315/335
310/339
310/339
318/345
771/775
427
612
619/643
646
648
732
736
739
765
794
278
280
686
690
372
155
120
220
40
679
44/225/766
91/488/561
509/537
452/467
383
670
559
517
212
527
603
616/639
446
492
551
212

0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series
Column 1
D601
D609
D610
D611
D612
D613
D622
D622
D668
D708
D709
D710
D721
D722
D745
D758
D759
D802
D809
D814
D850
D851
D852
D853
D855
D862
D870
D871
D884
D895
D901
E000
E001
E004
E005
E006
E007
E008
E009
E010
E013
E016
E019
E023
E025
E026
E027
E028
E029
E030
E031
E033

0209

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

Column 2
Diode for rear and front fog lights
Diode for light switch
Diode for main beam/dipped beam
Diode for lifting-gear lowering valve damping
Diode for lifting-gear lifting valve damping
Diode for lifting-gear for pump relay damping
Diode for lifting-gear lifting lock
Diode for lifting-gear lowering lock
Diode for generator safety (D+)
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback to co-drivers stepwell
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback
to switch, co-drivers side
Diode for interior lighting, prevent feedback
to switch, drivers side
Diode for parking brake, prevent feedback
Diode for brake lights, prevent feedback
Diode for engine brake valves (DEB)
Diode, prevent feedback to CWS
Diode, prevent feedback to brake lights
Electronic unit, ECAS-2
Electronic unit, ASL-G speed limiter
Electronic unit, ECS
Electronic unit, ABS/ASR, D version
Electronic unit, ECAS-2 (4x2)
DIP-3 instrument panel
Electronic unit, CWS-2
Electronic unit, water separator
Electronic unit, central door locking
Electronic unit, Voith retarder 133-2
Electronic unit, cab heater D3LC
Electronic unit, CTE-3
Electronic unit, 24/12 V converter
Electronic unit, Eberspcher Hydronic 10 cab heater
Fuse, rear left width marker light
Fuse, rear right width marker light
Fuse, dipped beam, drivers side
Fuse, dipped beam warning light, co-drivers side
Fuse, main beam, drivers side
Fuse, main beam warning light, co-drivers side
Fuse, spotlights
Fuse, front fog lights
Fuse, rear fog lights
Fuse, brake lights
Fuse, reversing lights
Fuse, operation of glow plug/CTE/direction indicator lamps/engine brake
Fuse, switch for cold start/tachograph/
cab heater program clock
Fuse, windscreen wiper motor/headlamp washer
Fuse, cigar lighter
Fuse, 24V/12 V converter
Fuse, interior lighting
Fuse, retarders/engine brake
Fuse, horn
Fuse, heater fan ITC unit
Fuse, electric window motor, co-drivers side

Column 3
215
209
225
604
609
607
611
605
5
332
314/333
309/338
103
288
438
299
294
657
478
579
416
628
119
164
791
672
462
505/514
64
703
533
230
242
254
256
258
259
261
263
267
287
272
33
22
90
360
17
301/329
440
766
368/523
724

5-9

11

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418
Column 1
E034
E035
E037
E040
E041
E042
E043
E044
E048
E051
E052
E053
E062
E084
E091
E108
E112
E114
E117
E118
E142
E143
E157
E164
E168
E710
E171
E172
E184
E194
E197
E501
E507
E508
E509
E511
E514
E515

11

E524
E525
E526
E527
E528
E529
E550
E560
E561
E564
E566
E570
E571
E575
E579

5-10

Column 2
Fuse, electric window motor, drivers side
Fuse, instruments and warning lights
Fuse, ignition switch
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, ABS
Fuse, trailer ABS
Fuse, mirror heating
Fuse, trailer power supply
Fuse, ECAS-1
Fuse, ECAS remote control work lamp
Fuse, ECAS diagnostic connector (16-pin)
Fuse, lifting gear and ECAS
Fuse, lighting
Fuse, air dryer/fuel contamination separator heating element
Fuse, CTE-2/CTE-3
Fuse, glow indicator light
Fuse, Eberspcher cab heater
Fuse, search light
Fuse, UPEC power supply relay
Fuse, accessories before ignition
Fuse, E-gas tachograph
Fuse, automatic lubrication
Fuse, fuel heating before ignition
Fuse, accessories/microwave
Fuse, operation of fuel filter/water separator
Fuse, fuel filter/water separator
Fuse, trailer ABS, 10 A
Fuse, UPEC
Fuse, UPEC superstructure
Fuse, E-gas
Reversing light control switch
Proximity switch for axle load protection lifting gear (10-ton)
Air-conditioning compressor temperature switch
Air-conditioning operating switch, high/low pressure
Brake light control switch
Control switch for stepwell/interior lighting, door switch,
drivers side
Control switch for stepwell/interior lighting, door switch,
co-drivers side
Lifting gear control switch, oil pressure limit switch
Control switch for central upper storage compartment lighting
Control switch for central lower storage compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand storage compartment lighting
Control switch for left-hand tool compartment lighting
Control switch for right-hand tool compartment lighting
Control switch for glow plug temperature
Control switch for left-hand storage compartment lighting
Gearbox gate protection control switch
Engine brake control switch
Control switch for Eberspcher cab heater (D1LC) thermostat
Control switch for coupling/PTO N/10
Control switch for Thermo 90 cab heater
Clutch proximity switch
Proximity switch for Eberspcher cab heater/fan thermostat

95XF series
Column 3
728
101
14
417
406
407
401
732
395
623/653
19
176
601/617
201
385
46
31/599
502/511/524
228
572
695
27
470
799
392
792
788
402
570
569
486
272
601
371
370
288
306/329
312/330
609
302/354
303
305
322/355
323/356
585
352
47
60/595
507
685
537
483/567
540

0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series
Column 1
E580
E581
F000
F006
F007
F011
F033
F038
F047
F048
F050
F087
F088
F501
F509
F512
F513
F514
F515
F531
F533
F535
F544
F552
F555
F558
F561
F565
F566
F571
F585
F608
F612
F613
F614
F615
F616
F620
G000
G001
G002
G003
G004
G005
G014
G015
G028
G029
G030
G031
G036
G052
G066
G126
G170

0209

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

Column 2
Proximity switch for Eberspcher cab heater/fan timer
Cab heater control switch
Parking brake control switch
Control switch, differential lock, 1st differential
Control switch, differential lock, 3rd differential
Control switch for engine oil pressure
Splitter signalling control switch
Control switch, differential lock, 2nd differential
Control switch for steering system (1st circuit)
Control switch for steering system (2nd circuit)
Control switch for differential lock pressure (1st and 2nd differential)
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Control switch for gearbox PTO
Speed sensor
Cab temperature sensor of cab heater
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front left
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, front right
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, driven axle, left
Sensor for ABS blocking signal, driven axle, right
Sensor for E-gas accelerator pedal
Speed sensor (4-pin), 1st
Engine coolant temperature sensor
Coolant temperature sensor, secondary retarder
Crankshaft position sensor
Boost pressure sensor
Camshaft position sensor
Inlet air temperature sensor
Fuel temperature sensor
Engine coolant temperature sensor
Sensor, accelerator pedal, ECS
Engine coolant level sensor
Fuel level sensor
ECAS height sensor, left, rear axle
ECAS height sensor, right, rear axle
ECAS height sensor, front axle
Pressure sensor, ECAS, driven axle, left/right
Cab locking sensor
Sensor for Voith retarder 133-2 oil temperature
Relay, rear light/width marker light
Relay, dipped beam
Relay, main beam
Relay, spotlights
Relay, front fog light
Relay, rear fog light
Relay, glow plug
Relay, ignition
Relay, electric window, co-drivers side
Relay, electric window, co-drivers side
Relay, electric window, drivers side
Relay, electric window, drivers side
Relay, brake light, 1st
Relay, lifting-gear motor
Relay, lifting-gear takeover
Relay, UPEC power supply
Relay, heater fan of cab heater

Column 3
543
517
102
144
148
161
128
147
158
159
146
150
152
107
516/541
405
406
407
409
494
23
115
450/466
571
576
570
573
574
575
578/580
162
116
622/651
623/652
625/653
655
297
464
208/226
224/254
225/258
227/261
216/263
211/267
31/74/584/597
6/14
723/731
725/732
727/738
729/739
287/289
606/613
606/608
571/573
524/536

5-11

11

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418
Column 1
G178
G201
G231
G234
G236
G237
G238
G239
G240
G243
G247
G257
G258
G259
G267
G279
G284
G297
G300
G301
G302
G303
G321
G328
G392
G420
G516
G718
G721
G723
G725

Column 2
Relay, accessories
Relay, EFPH fuel heating
Relay, radio lighting (12V)
Relay, fuel filter/water separator control
Micro relay, windscreen wiper (speed 1 or 2)
Micro relay, windscreen wiper (automatic zero position)
Micro relay, headlamp washer
Relay, disengage third brake
Micro relay, PTO/speed control
Micro relay, engine brake (DEB)
Relay, heater fan of cab heater
Micro relay, recirculation valve
Micro relay, recirculation valve
Relay, N10-PTO control
Micro relay, air-conditioning
Micro relay, air-conditioning
Micro relay, Voith retarder 133-2
Relay, cab air suspension
Micro relay, Thermo 90 cab heater
Micro relay, lighting D+
Micro relay, Swedish lighting
Relay, starter motor lock
Relay, UPEC superstructure connector
Relay, UPEC engine stop
Micro relay, rear fog light takeover
Relay, gearbox gate protection takeover
Central cab earth, co-drivers side
Connection parking brake/PTO
Connection multi-function switch
Connection central door locking
Connection D3LC cab heater

95XF series
Column 3
16/17
796/799
704/706/711/713
788/793
81/83
82/85
79/92
419/429
101/152
432/434/437/587
523/529
380/381
380/383
684/686
368/371
369/375
455/456
295/298
521/522
5/202
202/206
4/11
564/565
564/596
211/213
37/78
192
103
489
680
505/514

11

5-12

0209

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

5.4 SECTION DIAGRAMS OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1316630/30


1
5
13
20
35
40A
40B
46
49

Charging circuit/starter motor/ignition /


starting switch
CTE-3
Gearbox and gate protection
Heater fan/air-conditioning
Radio converter
Eberspcher cab heater (with
thermostat unit)
Eberspcher cab heater (with timer)
Eberspcher Hydronic 10 cab heater
Rotating lights on roof

11

0209

5-13

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418
1

95XF series

CHARGING CIRCUIT/STARTER MOTOR/IGNITION /STARTING SWITCH

CONTACT CIRCUIT
If ignition/starter switch C539 is turned (contact
1 is connected to pin 6), the accessories relay
(G178) will be activated.
Voltage is now applied through fuse E037, wire
1100, switch C539 and wire 1130 to contact 85
of relay G178 (accessories relay). As a result
of the activation of relay G178 a connection is
made between contacts 30 and 87 and a
voltage is applied to D525 (electronic 24V/12V
converter) through fuse E037, wire 1100,
contacts 30 and 87, wire 1147, fuse E027, wire
1106. At the same time a voltage is applied to
C725 (work lamp switch) through fuse E052 and
wire 1100.
If the vehicle ignition is turned off, no voltage is
applied to connection point 42. As a result, pin
55 of the CTE-3 unit will be connected to the
supply voltage for 3 minutes, causing the engine
stop/engine brake valve (B082) to become
activated.
If the vehicle is switched to contact again within
these 3 minutes, the engine stop/engine brake
valve (B082) is deactivated again.
For more information on activating the engine
brake: see the system manual.

STARTING CIRCUIT

11

If contact switch C539 is turned (contact 1 is


connected to contacts 4 and 6), contact relay
G015 is activated through wire 4001. If the
contact switch is turned into the starting
position, a connection between points 1 and 2 is
made in this switch. The supply now runs from
the batteries through fuse E037, connection 1-2
of the contact/starter switch and wire 4004,
contacts 30 and 87 of relay G303 (starter motor
lock relay) to connection point 50 of starter
motor B010. The relay coil is located between
points 50 and 31 (earth) and will supply the
starter motor with voltage through connection
points 30 and 31, as a result of which the motor
will start operating.
Voltage is also applied to pin 45 of the CTE-3
through fuse E037, wire 1100, switch C539
(connections 1 and 2) and wire 4004.
Depending on the condition (engine speed
exceeding approx. 400 rpm and supply voltage
(battery voltage) on the CTE unit exceeding 17
V), glowing is activated during starting, on the
understanding that preglowing has taken place
first.
Via the same circuit there is a voltage on D827
(Electronic unit, cab heater).
For more information on glowing: see the
system manual.

5-14

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CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

As soon as the motor is running, a voltage is


applied from A502 to wire 1020. This wire is
connected to both D853 (CWS-2), D871
(electronic unit, cab heater) (D3LC) (if fitted) and
A040 (socket for alarm system) (if fitted). This
voltage is also applied to connection point 85 of
relay G303 (Starter motor lock relay). It is
activated and will interrupt the starting circuit.

CHARGING CIRCUIT
If the contact is activated, voltage is applied to
generator resistor D+ (B036).
The other side of the resistor is connected to
earth through the diode for generator safety (D+)
(D668), wire 1020, D+ connection of the
alternator and the integrated voltage regulator
(A502) in the generator. This will cause a small
current to run, causing a magnetic field in the
alternator.
After starting, the voltage on clamps B+ and D+
will increase to approx. 28.4 V. This is caused by
the fact that the regulator disconnects the earth
connection in the regulator and connects it to
the battery voltage. This voltage is also applied
to wire 1020, so that the voltage difference over
the resistor becomes 0 V. The magnetic field will
now disappear, so that the generator will not be
energised for a short period of time. This will
reduce the voltage on outputs B+ and D+.
The regulator reactivates when the voltage
drops below 27.6 V. This means that the voltage
supplied by the generator remains relatively
constant. The batteries are fed via generator
output B+.

11

0209

5-15

5-16

1316630/30

0209
EL000623
1

A500

2
3

1000

4
5

50

4002

27

B010

4002

G014
1
3

E043
A1
23

114
1000

1000

1000

30

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

1010

1/416

1/417

1000

10

31

11

1000

E168
A1
21

1000

1010

1000

4002

1010

1000

1000

114

12
13

B+

14

30

87

1000

1000

G525

G525
15

D+

16

1020

86

85

A502

11

1010
4001

17

G015
1020

1020

18
20

D871
14

21

86

22

85 87A

1020

B036
D668

13/402

4002

23
24

D827
A4
41

4004

30

87

D853
B6
7

4004

1020

1020

19

A040
7
42

1024

383

1020

114

1020

4004

383

25

4004

G303

1020

4004

26

4004

27

4/412

1/412

28

1100

1100

1100

29

C539

6/412

15A

15/402

E037

19/402

30

1130

1100

20/402

31

86 87A

33
34

1/402

35

87

30

36

G178

32/400

37
38

10/403

39
40

D525
2
35

1147

1106

85

32

1130

10A

12/403

41

C725
5
22

C754
5
30

10

E027
4049
1110

43

D
44

45
46

16/
232

55/
232

12

42/
232

45/
232

G243
3
24

4049

1110

10A

34/400

176

4004

42

376

4049

E052
1202
10A

1202

1202

1202

47

D804
6
30

4011

D813
1
13

4049

D884

16/402

E019

48
49

50

1202

51
52

E564
2
14

1202

1000
1010

1202

C775
3
4

1202

176

10

0 1

1202

371

4049

1147

4049

114

4049

D878

2/412
4001

1100
1130

3/402

1147

1147
1147

114

B192
G525

4011

176

C726

185

53

95XF series

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

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CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series
5

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

CTE-3

If the vehicle speed is lower than a certain value


(this value depends on the engine type and
gearbox model), connection point 51 will be
earthed in the unit. Voltage is now applied to
connection point 85 of relay G420 through fuse
E019, wire 1202. Connection point 86 is earthed
via connection point 51 of the CTE unit (D884).
Relay G420 is energised (points 30 and 87 are
connected). A voltage is now applied to
connection point 2 of valve B079 (Valve,
single-H protection) through fuse E019 and wire
1202). Connection point 1 of valve B079 is
connected to connection point 30 of relay G420
through wire 4030. If the contacts of relay G420
are closed (points 30 and 87 are connected),
valve B079 will be activated. Now it is possible
to shift down.
VARIANTS
Location
14
22,29

50,85,89

Not applicable if the vehicle is


equipped with a UPEC system.
Connector 495 is only used in the
case of an FA.
Connector 493 is used in the case
of an FT.
Not applicable if the vehicle is
equipped with a UPEC system.

SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE


INFORMATION

11

0209

5-17

55

54

E561
2
13

5131

35

56

57

2600

59

60

2600

61

C062
1
16

62

2610

C149
2
16

67

D813
3
13

3502

D587
5
26

72

3004

D591
20
28

82

189

63

D710
2
16

64

190

65

66

68

D802
22
34

69

461

70

71

73

74

461

D587
15
26

75

D852
C16
6

76

D852
A12
6

77

B501
C4
2

378

78

79

80

81

A021
9
40

16

83

84

378

D591
31
28

10

94

13

85

86

176

C726
1
3

10

87

C754
5
30

88

89

D804
6
30

90

12

91

B192
1
1

92

93

G420
2
13

371

G239
3
23

96

461

96

98

99

D804
11
30

4619

97

D587
21
26

4619

D827
A4
41

4004
C539
2
A

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

G303
3
1

1000
1010

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

58

E514
1
16

D853
5
7

281

D862
3
36

A040
4
42

2610

2610

3420

3502

4682

383

45/
232

41/
232

51/
232

55/
232

16/
232

43/
232

5/
232

6/
232

38/
232

19/
232

2610

445

115

1316630/30

EL000625

5131

3502
3502

3420

27/
232

3420

3004
3004
3004

4011

17/
232

376

4047

4049

26/
232

4049
4049

4049

4682

371

4011

4049

2600

D884

4049

4049

403

2600

D878

114

5199

3502

2600

2600

2600

4004
4004

4619
4619
4619
4619

4004
4004

383

5-18
4004

11
4004

1000
1010

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

0209

A040
1
42

C765
6
42

1114

1114

15A

C776
4
39

C776
2
39

C776
3
39

10

10

B001
1
39

11

C776
5
39

20/ 39/
232 232

46/
232

21/
232

E117
2
19

49/
232

42/
232

29/ 1/
232 232

D813
1
13

2630

4502

1114

E108

1114

E019

4500

282

380

32/402

1114

1114

10A

16/401

1202

1202

4501

1202

3/400

2630

1/400
12

28/
232

50/
232

4510
12

13

1205

3/
232

B002
1
39

11

19/400
4511
14

G014
86
3

G238

15

281
114

21/400
37/
232

16

C765
2
4

2000

4511
4013
4013

4503

4503

4503

7/400
17

1205

35/
232

18

C765
1
4

1
4

19

C755
1
4

21

C755
2
4

22

4506

23

25

C014
1
4

24

4506

C018
1
4

2006

D884

4/
232

B000
53B
39

53/
232

20

B000
53
39

4506

24/
232

52/
232

380

1205

380

5/400
2001

1205
2003

4504

6/400
4507

4/400
4508
2002

2006

20/400

2006

D878

31/400
1205
26

A040
2
42

B000
3
39

E025
27

C016
1
4

28

29

1205

9/400

1000
1010

1205

11/400

185

31/
232

30

C019
1
4

31

23/ 40/
232 232

B000
2
39

3
4

10/400
2

G237
8/400

32

C015
1
4

33

1205

G236
22/400
2006

2006

115
495

2006
2006

187
34

C017
1
4

2007
35

A040
3
42

36

2/
232

37

39

A000
5
4

38

30/
232

A000
3
4

2008

15A

281
284

2006

115

1205
2006
2006

40

41

D852
8
4

42

D852
2
4

43

34

26

44

D721
2
28

45

401

13/
232

7/
232

34/
232

3401

4505
2007
2007
2007
2007

2009
2008

3400

3475

4509

115
495

115
2009

3475

401

3475
46

D722
2
14

47

48

B501
D3
2

49

11

14/
232

18/
232

3500

50

E564
3
14

185

4509
2007
2007
2007

286
288

2007
2007

1316630/30

3475

4051
4051

0209
51

25/
232

52

D804
12
30

53

1000
1010

4686

398

95XF series

4686

5
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Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

11

EL000624

5-19

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

95XF series

13 GEARBOX AND GATE PROTECTION


RANGE-CHANGE PROTECTION, GEARBOX
(gears 1 -> 5)
This shift-down safety prevents shifting down
into the lower range (gears 1, 2, 3 and 4) once
the vehicle speed has exceeded approx. 30
km/h. The shift-down safety is installed on
vehicles with single H-type gearing.
In the case of an electrical malfunction (voltage
drop out), the safety is activated and the gears
1, 2, 3 and 4 cannot be re-engaged.

OPERATION
If the vehicle speed is lower than 30 km/h (this
value depends on the engine type and gearbox
model), connection point 51 will be earthed in
the unit. Voltage is now applied to connection
point 85 of relay G420 through fuse E019 and
wire 1202. Connection point 86 is earthed via
connection point 51 of the CTE unit (D884).
Relay G420 is energised (points 30 and 87 are
connected). A voltage is now applied to
connection point 2 of valve B079 (Valve,
single-H protection) through fuse E019 and wire
1202). Connection point 1 of valve B079 is
connected to connection point 30 of relay G420
through wire 4030. If the contacts of relay G420
are closed (points 30 and 87 are connected),
valve B079 will be activated. Now it is possible
to shift down.
If the vehicle speed exceeds 30 km/h, the CTE-3
unit will break the earth connection and shifting
down is no longer possible.

11

5-20

0209

95XF series

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

GATE PROTECTION (gears 4 -> 1)


If the relay contact (G015) is closed, the supply
voltage will be applied to the control switch
(E561) through fuse E016.
If the low range is activated, switch E561 is
closed and a voltage is applied to valve B293. A
supply voltage is applied to point 1 of electronic
unit D813 through fuse E019 and wire 1202.
Connection 3 of electronic unit D813 is
connected to the CTE-2. This is the
speed-dependent signal. Depending on the
speed, the electronic unit of the gearbox gate
protection (D813) connects valve B293 to earth.
If both conditions are met, valve B293 is
activated and the gate protection is active.
Shifting down from 3rd and 4th gear into the 1st
and 2nd gear is now impossible.
If the high range is activated, switch E561 is
opened and the voltage to valve B293 drops out.
At a speed in excess of approx. 12 km/h, pin 4
of the electronic unit D813 is constantly
connected to earth. Shifting down into 5th or 6th
gear is possible, however.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

11

0209

5-21

1316630/30

118

115

35

26/
232

42/
232

E019

D884

1202

10

6/403
11

12

51/
232

13

86 87A

85

8/403
14

87

30

15

G420
13

16

4030

17

4030

18

B079

1202

33

19

115
20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

D878

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

10A

16/401

1202

7/403
5199
5199

1202

B293

1202

5131

5131

5131

115

118

E561

115
118

1202
1202
1202

4/403
4030
4030
4030

5-22
118

13
4030

11

4987

1000
1010

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

EL000626

0209

95XF series

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

20 HEATER FAN/AIR-CONDITIONING
A voltage is applied to connection point 8 of
heater fan (B015) through the heater fan fuse
(E031). Connection point 7 is connected to point
6 of the thermal switch. Connection point 5 of
the thermal switch is connected to point 4 of
B015 (series resistors). There is also a voltage
on connection point 3 of switch C588
(five-position switch). Depending on the position
of this switch, the fan will start operating at a
certain speed.
The knob has five positions:
Off:
Heater fan (B015) off.
Position 1: The fan runs at the lowest speed.
Voltage is applied to connection
point 8 of heater fan B015 through
fuse E031 and wire 1201.
The earth is formed through wire
4658, the thermal switch, via 3
resistors, wire 4650 and switch
C588 (through-connection between
points 1 and 2).
Position 2: The fan runs slightly faster.
Voltage is applied to connection
point 8 of heater fan B015 through
fuse E031 and wire 1201.
The earth is formed through wire
4658, the thermal switch, via 2
resistors, wire 4651 and switch
C588 (through-connection between
points 4 and 2).
Position 3: The heater fan runs at the highest
speed but one.
Voltage is applied to connection
point 8 of heater fan B015 through
fuse E031 and wire 1201.
The earth is formed through wire
4658, the thermal switch, via 1
resistor, wire 4652 and switch C588
(through-connection between
points 4 and 2).
Position 4: The heater fan runs at its highest
speed.
Voltage is applied to connection
point 8 of heater fan B015 through
fuse E031 and wire 1201.
The earth is formed through wire
4658, the thermal switch, a direct
connection to connection point 3 of
switch C588 (through-connection
between points 4 and 2).

0209

11

5-23

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Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

95XF series

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE


RECIRCULATION VALVE
If switch C802 (air-conditioning recirculation
valve) is activated, a voltage is applied to point 1
of relays G257 and G258. As a result, pin 2 of
recirculation-valve motor B252 is connected to
earth and simultaneously pin 1 of B252 is
connected to the positive voltage. This will
activate motor B252 and close the recirculation
valve.
If C802 is not activated, no voltage is applied to
relays G257 and G258. As a result, the direction
of flow of the current through motor B252 is
reversed and the recirculation valve will open.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE


AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM
When the air-conditioning system is engaged
with switch C760, a voltage is applied to both
relay G279 and G267 through wire 4655, switch
E508 (air-conditioning compressor temperature
switch), E509 (air-conditioning high/low pressure
operating switch) and wire 4657.
As a result, the heater fan (B015) will start
operating in position 1 and the air-conditioning is
activated.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

11

5-24

0209

376

4655
4655

183

4657

1201

4655

4656

4656

16

10

12

G279
13

4657

E509
4

11

183

4655

14

16

397

18

4657

4659

1201

B252

17

4657

15

175

4650

5054

19

20

5053

4656

17

21

1201

376

22

397

4659
4659
4659

397

E508

23

C802
24

1201
25

21

376
26

12

27

1
4

1201

1201

28

15A
1

1201
1201
29

30

14

1201

DVB

1201

4659

G257

4655

397

4657

E031
15/401

397
G267

G258

5055
31

5055

114
32

397

33

5055
1

34

B043
35

36

37

4650

38

39

40

C882
1

4650

376

41

42

4654
43

44

4658

45

D852

1201

1201

4651

4655

175

4656

4656

4656

4652

1201

46

B015

D878

397

4654
4654

1000
1010

114

1316630/30

47

48

2622

49

C052

16/202
2622
2

2622

0209
50

51

52

53

1000
1010

B501
2
2

397

20

2622

95XF series

C053

5
CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

11

EL000627

5-25

C760

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

95XF series

35 CONVERTER/RADIO
The following description of the operation
and connection is intended as a general
guideline only.
Also refer to the manufacturers installation
instructions supplied with the radio.
For more information, also see block 6,
Connecting the radio.
The radio has an aerial connection and two
loudspeaker outputs, to which the speakers
B024 and B025 can be connected. Two filters for
the loudspeakers can also be connected to the
radio. To each of these filters (B186 and B187)
two loudspeakers can be connected (B178,
B179 and B180 and B181).
The 12-V output (pin A4) of the converter (D895)
can also be connected to a transmitter (B026) to
provide it with a supply voltage.
VARIANTS
Location
22
Connector 190: only for XC. For XH and
XL this is connector 291.
38
Wire no.: 2630. This wire should be
connected to one of the search lighting
switch wires.
41
Wire no.: 1108. This wire should be
connected to wire 1108 coming from the
24/12V converter.

11

5-26

0209

1316630/30

5-27
EL000628
2

B010
50
1

G015
85
1

4002

2/412
4/412

6/412

1/412

1100

1100

15/402

4
5

1130

19/402
20/402

1130

7
8

86 87A

85

1/402

10

87

30

11

10/403

G178

12
13

24V

1147

1106

1106

15A

E037
1100

C539

4001

1100
1130

3/402

1147

A2

1000
1010

11

1147

14

1/427

10A

12/403

E027

16
17

12V

15

B1

B2

24V

18
19

12V

3/427

A4

1107

1107

15A

15/403

E028
1353

1108
1108

20
21

23

12

22

7
2

12V

189

1108

1108

D895

190

194

0209

35
1108

190

24
25

B026

26
27

12V

7/424

D878

8/424

1108

28

29

L1

4827

12V

4827

30

194
2

31

4828

1353

32

33

L2

B186

194
4831

4/424

L1

4828

B178
4831

34

194
6

35

4832

L2

4832

37

17

4829

R1

4829

38
39

R1

4830

2630

40
41

19

R2

B187

1108

30

87

12V

194
4833

18

86 87A

194
4830

190
4833

42

G231

194

190

43

20

4834

R2

4834

44

190

85

190

B185

36

194

B179
4829

4830

B180
4833

4834

194

46

12

45

B181

4540

4540

48

4542

13

47

185

B024

4542

49

185
7

50

4541

4541

51

187

B025

52

4543

1000
1010

4543

53

187

95XF series

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

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CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM


Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

95XF series

40A EBERSPCHER CAB HEATER (WITH THERMOSTAT UNIT)


The air heater is a separate heater which
functions entirely independent of the vehicle. A
temperature sensor which is installed in the
thermostat unit (E566) measures the cab
temperature. This sensor sends a signal to the
electronic unit (D871) which controls the
heating.
As a result, the cab temperature automatically
remains at the preset temperature. In that case,
the blower is in continuous operation.

OPERATION OF CAB HEATER


The air heater can be activated using the button
on thermostat unit E566. If this button is
switched to the interior heating position, the
heater will be activated. A green lamp will now
light up in the thermostat unit.
If the heater is on, it will activate the fan in the
heating unit.
At the same time the fuel feed pump for the
Eberspcher cab heater (B122) is activated, so
that the correct amount of fuel is fed to the
ignition chamber of the heating unit.
If the fuel is ignited, a temperature sensor
(installed in the thermostat unit) will apply a
voltage to the heating unit so that the heating
unit switches off when a certain temperature is
reached.
If the sensor measures a lower temperature
than the temperature preset by the driver (using
the temperature adjusting knob on the
thermostat unit), the heating power will be
adjusted.
In the case of overheating, the thermal
protection will switch off the fuel pump. This will
switch off the heating.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

11

5-28

0209

0209

40A

1316630/30

5-29
EL000629
1
2

1000
1010

F000
2

3402

12/400

3402

19/
333

13/400

3452

3452

378

F087
1

3410

14/400

3410

D591
8

11

3410

G240

10

16/400

11

1211

10A

14/401

E035

13

12

1201

1211

3410

483

14

3557

1201

1201

1201

15A

15/401

DVB

15

G300

E031

16
17

15

15/482

18
19

14

11

12

14

14/482

1020

12/482

20

G303
85
1

3037

1020

A502
D+
1

3557

3037

1020

483

483

21

A021

22
23

31

4936

24

9/482

4936

483

30

25

4935

115

4936

B122

26

4935

483

27

D878

115

28

12

D871

4/482

29

483

30
31

3/
269

11/482

33

11/
269

12/
269

32

10/
269

4939

11

9003

34

10/482

10

35
36

14/
269

13/482

13

4941

37
38

7/
269

2/
269

7/482

5117

1/482

1156

39

4660
4

41

483

42

4660

0 I

1156

43

15

44

1156

4660

380

483

40

E566

4660

397

1156

1156

15A

34/402

380

C778

E114

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

1000
1010

53

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95XF series

40B EBERSPCHER CAB HEATER (WITH TIMER)


The air heater is a separate heater which
functions entirely independent of the vehicle. A
temperature sensor (F509) measures the
temperature inside the cab. This sensor sends a
signal to the electronic unit (D871) which
controls the heating.
As a result, the cab temperature automatically
remains at the preset temperature. In that case,
the blower is in continuous operation.

OPERATION OF CAB HEATER


The air heater can be started with switch C844.
If the system is activated with this switch, a
green lamp in the timer will light up.
If the heater is on, it will activate the fan.
At the same time the fuel feed pump for the
Eberspcher cab heater (B122) is activated, so
that the correct amount of fuel is fed to the
ignition chamber of the heating unit.
If the fuel is ignited, a temperature sensor
(F509) will apply a voltage to the electronic unit
D871 through wire 4941 so that the heating unit
(D871) switches off when a certain temperature
is reached.
If the sensor measures a lower temperature
than the temperature preset by the driver (using
the temperature adjusting knob on the timer),
the heating power will be adjusted.
In the case of overheating, the thermal
protection will switch off the fuel pump. This will
switch off the heating.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

11

5-30

0209

1000
1010

12/482

11

3037

14

3037

483

A021

4936

9/482

31

30

B122

10

483
11

12

13

12

4/482

12

483

115

115

4936

4936

4935

1316630/30

4935

14

483

13

D871

15

16

9003
17

F509
18

19

10

20

6/
269

21

11

11/482
22

23

4/
269

9/
269

4939
24

1156
7

25

12/
269

2/
269

26

27

E581

D878

28

15A
1

E114
29

10/
269

1156
31

11/
269

30

483

34/402
1156
1156
1156
1156

1/482
7/482
5117

13/482
4941
4941

4660

10/482
9003
9003

397

32

7/
269

33

483

1156

0209
4660

40B
34

4660

35

380
4

36

21

15

4660
4660
37

C844
38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

95XF series

380

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95XF series

46 EBERSPCHER HYDRONIC 10 CAB HEATER


VARIANTS
Location
10
Only in case of transport of hazardous
substances. The cab heater will be
switched off when the PTO is activated.
SEE THE SYSTEM MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION

11

5-32

0209

1201

1201

3410

87

86 87A

3557

1156

30

85

4667

15/401

1201

1201

1201

1201

1156

10

11

87

86 87A

13

14

1156

30

1156

85

12

E114
483

15A
34/402
1156
1156
1

15

380
1156
16

1156
1156

0 I

15

18

19

17

20

10/
526

11/
526

4/
526

483
21

4660
4

22

538
23

12/
526

2/
526

24

25

4766

26

27

4765

28

533

533

30

31

1/
527

2/
527

4667

4765

29

524

4766

4980

9/
528

5/
528

32

7/
527

33

538

14/
527

10A

1211

34

35

3/
527

36

538

12/ 10/
527 527

14/401

16/400
37

6/
528

D901

7/
528

39

3557

38

F087
1
38

40

41

483

12

4/
528

3410

42

43

115

12

44

45

3410

3410

46

47

48

483

15A

C760
2
20

1201

1201

1201

376

C802
2
20

DVB

G247

4660
4660

524

1201

1201

1201

DVB

4667

C778
538

1156

G170

E571
483

1156
4660
1156

B015
8
20

538

1201

1156

E580

4980
4980
4980

1156
4980

4660

1156

E035
4666

E579

397

524

397
380
1156

4660
4660
4660

4982

1211

524

E031

G300

1316630/30

4982

F509

4980

46

4982

3557

D878

524

14/400
3410
3410
3410

13/400

3402

3452
49

19/
333

3452
50

G240

378

1000
1010

12/400
51

F000
2
28

52

53

1000
1010

D591

0209
3402

95XF series

3557

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CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

11

EL000631

5-33

55

56

57

58

66

67

68

A040
7

72

73

D853
B6

1316630/30

60

61

62

B122

63

31

64

11

69

14

524
70

483
71

74

11

524

75

45/
232

76

483
4004

77

78

D878

79

G303
3
1

2/412
80

G015
85
A

81

E037
82

C539

1100

83

G178
85
1

84

G178
30
1

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

96

96

97

98

99

100 101 102 103 104 105 106

1000
1010

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

59

30

11/
528

1020

1020

8/
528

65

D901

483

1020

1/
528

1020

4935

524

115

4935

4935

4935

483

2/
528

1020

10/
528

524

10

1024

B036

4936

4936

4936

524

483

115

4/412

D668
13/402

A021

3037
3037
3037

4004
4004

15A
15/402
1100
1/412

1100
6/412

1020

D884

4004

4936

4004
4004

46
4001

5-34
1130

11

54

1000
1010

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

EL000632

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Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

49 ROTATING LIGHTS ON ROOF


A constant voltage is applied to connection point
6 of switch C716 (rotating light switch) through
wire 1000 (power supply before ignition), fuse
E142 and wire 1154. When the rotating light is
switched on (points 6 and 2 are connected),
voltage is applied to the left rotating light (C144)
and the right rotating light (C145).
The warning lamp in the switch will also light up.

11

0209

5-35

A500

1000

B010

50

2/233

1000

G014
1
3

30

10

31

11

12

13

1000

1000

30

87

G015
D

B+

14

25A
15

16

D+

1000

B2

B1

17

1154

18

19

5167

1/233

1010

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

114

E142

1010

A502

C144
20

1154
13

21

22

23

10

1154
2630

2630

1154
5167
5167

114

1000

1000

189
190
C145

2630
2630

189
190
24

C716

1010

2630

25

26

12

E117
2

D878

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

1000
1010

Changes in the electrical system from chassis number 0E527418

G525

1316630/30
5167

49
G525

190

5-36
194

11

1000

CHANGES IN THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

95XF series

EL000633

0209

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
OPTIONS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS

5
95XF series

Contents

CONTENTS
Page

Date

1.

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 9811

2.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: OPTIONS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . .


2.1 Circuit diagram 1232300/ 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Overview of basic code numbers in circuit diagram 1232300/ 34 . . . . . . . .
2.3 Subdiagrams of circuit diagram 1232300/ 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1
2-1
2-3
2-7

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Introduction

1. INTRODUCTION
This main group shows the entire electrical
system: options and special applications by
means of circuit diagrams and subdiagrams.
Circuit diagram
The circuit diagram contains all information
relating to the entire electrical system: options
and special applications which can be used in
the vehicle, with the exception of the
connectors.
Subdiagrams
The subdiagrams show the entire electrical
system: options and special applications in
parts. These diagrams also contain the
connectors.
Note:
For the location of the connectors in the vehicle,
see main group Location of connectors.

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OPTIONS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS
Introduction

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95XF series

1232300 / 34 1v1

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Electrical system: options and special applications

2. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: OPTIONS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS


2.1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1232300/34
This page provides room for your own notes on
the circuit diagram.

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Electrical system: options and special applications

2.2 OVERVIEW OF BASIC CODE NUMBERS IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1232300/34


Column 1:
Column 2:
Column 3:

Basic code number


Designation
Number on search bar of
circuit diagram 1232300/34

Column 1
A000
A001
A011
A027
A038
B015
B028
B043
B070
B071
B072
B073
B138
B139
B159
B163
B164
B166
B182
B238
B241
B250
B260
B262
B263
B304
C040
C071
C129
C142
C143
C144
C145
C146
C162
C163

Column 2
(Semi-)trailer socket (7-pin)
Rear fog light back-up light socket (7-pin)
12V socket (2-pin)
24V accessory socket (4-pin)
Accessory socket (2-pin) 40A
4-speed heater fan
Air horn
Air-conditioning compressor
Pump for centralised lubrication motor
Lifting-gear lifting valve
Lifting-gear lowering valve
Lifting-gear motor pump
Steered leading axle valve
Leading axle lifting valve
Air-conditioning condenser fan
Horn compressor
Radiotelephone
Valve, ECAS front axle
Fuel heater
Valve, ECAS-2 driven axle left/right, air supply (FT)
Sensor for heating element fuel filter/water separator
Valve, ECAS-2 driven axle left/right air, supply (FA)
PTO control valve
PTO valve
Clutch valve
Air pressure buzzer
Orange rotating light
Work lamp
Interior lighting with switch
Work lamp
Work lamp
Blue rotating light
Blue rotating light
Blue rotating light
High-beam headlight, roof
Side-light/high-beam headlight, roof

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Column 3
284/286
269/270/273/274/279
238/239
3/4/6/7
336
205/206
331
218/232
262
32/139
25/132
37/143
60
61
219/233
325