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13A C2TX Cab Unit Troubleshooting


13B Cab Heater – A/C Circuit Description
13C Sleeper Temperature Control – Trouble-
shooting Guide
13D Cab Unit C2TX
13E C2TX Communications via SAE J1587/J1798
13F C2TX HVAC Controller
13G Wiring Diagram – P94-1125 (Cab & Sleeper
with APADS)

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Section 13A C2TX Cab Unit Troubleshooting

APADS and Automatic For troubleshooting the Cab Unit C2TX, see the following tables:
Temperature Control 1. Table 13-1, “Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Compressor Clutch
Does Not Engage.”
2. Table 13-2, “Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Unit Not Broadcasting
Ambient Temperature.”
3. Table 13-3, “Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – HVAC Not Maintaining
Constant Discharge Temperatures.”
4. Table 13-4, “Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Blower Won’t Turn On.”
5. Table 13-5, “Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Ambient Temperatures
being Broadcast are Incorrect.”

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Table 13-1 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Compressor Clutch Does Not Engage

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Compressor clutch Low pressure fault.1 Loss of refrigerant. Check system for leaks.
does not engage.

Defective low pressure If the low side pressure is


switch. adequate (more than 30
psi), the pressure switch
should be closed. Replace
switch if it is not.

Open circuit between Check wiring and repair as


C2TX module and the low necessary.
pressure switch.

High pressure fault. Overcharge of refrigerant Reclaim refrigerant and


in system. charge to the correct
amount.

Blocked air flow through Remove restriction from


condenser (e.g. bugs, condenser.
leaves.)

No fan engagement. 1. Check air lines for


restriction.
2. Inspect operation of
solenoid valve.
3. Check operation of fan
hub.

High side pressure switch Make sure the AC


failure. compressor is off. Open
connection to the switch
At start up, after 15 and measure the
seconds, compressor resistance value of the
clutch does not engage but pressure switch. If the
engine fan engages. resistance shows greater
than 5 ohms, remove
switch and repeat
measurement. If resistance
is still greater than 5 ohms,
replace switch.

Open clutch Open wire or contact or Check wiring and clutch


defective (open) clutch. and repair/replace as
necessary

Shorted clutch Short circuit in wiring (pin Check wiring and clutch.
19 to + battery) or in Clutch impedance could be
clutch. greater than 2.9 ohms.

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Table 13-1 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Compressor Clutch Does Not Engage (Continued)

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Evaporator temperature Wiring or contact problem Check wiring. If wiring
sensor fault (AC not between C2TX and appears to be OK, open
allowed if evaporator evaporator sensor. the connector and
temperature can not be Defective sensor measure the impedance of
measured.) the evaporator thermistor
(20K ohms @ 77° F, 66K
ohms @32° F. (Less than
2.2K ohm or more than 1
megaohm is “BAD.”)

Low voltage or high voltage Truck electrical system. Check truck wiring for
(voltage at C2TX: module drops. Check other
must be between 11 and components for sources of
16 volts for AC clutch excess voltage.
operation).

High pressure switch open. Open circuit to the high Check wiring and contacts
pressure switch. between C2TX module
and high pressure switch.

None/AC clutch not Unit is functioning properly.


engaging during first 15 Regardless of AC system
seconds after ignition is state at start up, the AC
turned on. clutch is disengaged for
the first 15 seconds.

None/Cold weather Unit is more than likely To confirm that cold


functioning correctly. Low weather and the low
ambient temperatures pressure switch are
reduce refrigerant blocking AC operation,
pressures to the point slightly heat the ambient
where the low pressure sensor. After the ambient
switch may open and block sensor is above 48° F for
AC operation. “Low more than 3 minutes, the
pressure faults” are not C2TX will generate a “Low
generated when the pressure fault.” Ambient
ambient temperature is sensor is at the bottom of
below 48° F. the passenger side mirror.)
1

1. The low pressure fault does not “clear” (from ACTIVE to INACTIVE) on the next ignition cycle. All other
faults do. This fault will continue in the active state and will continue to block AC operation until it is
cleared. Clear by cycling the ignition switch 4 times (one second on/one second off). If the fault condition
still exists, it will again become active.

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Table 13-2 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Unit Not Broadcasting Ambient Temperature

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Unit not broadcasting None Power not getting to C2TX Check fuse, wiring and
ambient temperature (pins 10 and 20 on contacts.
(once /10 seconds). module).

Data Bus: Are other Yes: Data bus is not a


devices broadcasting problem.
normal information on the
data bus? No: Check to determine
if one device is corrupting
the data bus.

C2TX has power and data Replace C2TX.


bus is OK.

Table 13-3 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – HVAC Not Maintaining Constant Discharge Temperatures

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Not maintaining None Bad blend temperature Check blend thermistor
constant discharge sensor (the C2TX drives wiring and impedance
temperatures as the blend door output (2.8K at 77° F. Less than
ambient and directly as a function of the 220 ohms or more than
fresh/recirc conditions cab potentiometer input.) 100K ohms is “BAD.”)
change.

Blend door actuator bad. Check input voltage to


door. If voltage changes as
NOTE: To quickly determine if temperature control
the blend air door is function-
changes and actuator does
ing properly, perform the fol-
not move, actuator is bad.
lowing test.
Replace.
1.Remove heater coil
from HVAC unit.
2.With ignition key ON,
have an assistant
slowly rotate cab tem-
perature control dial
from full cold to full hot.
3.At same time, observe
door movement
(through heater coil
opening) as control dial
is rotated.
4.Blend air door should
open and close fully as
control dial is rotated.
5.If blend air door does
not move during this
test, follow trouble-
shooting procedures
above.

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Table 13-4 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Blower Won’t Turn On

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Blower won’t turn on. None C2TX monitors the blower Check blower motor and
for “on/off” status, but circuit integrity (fuse,
cannot inhibit normal switch, and wiring).
manual operation.

Table 13-5 Cab Unit C2TX Troubleshooting – Ambient Temperatures being Broadcast are Incorrect

CONDITION DIAGNOSTIC CODE POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION


Ambient temperatures Ambient erratic Wiring or contact problem Check connections (3)
being broadcast are between C2TX and between C2TX and sensor.
incorrect ambient sensor (inside Check sensor for physical
passenger mirror). damage. (If mirror is
damaged, the sensor may
also be damaged.) Check
impedance of sensor
(between 500K ohms and
800 ohms).

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Section 13B Cab Heater – A/C Circuit Description

1. FROM CAB HARNESS See diagram P94-1125.

C102AC – Lt. Ground for Engine Fan Solenoid (Switched by control module)
Green/White

C102ACN – Lt. Ground for A/C clutch relay (switched by control module).
Green/White

C102ACP – Lt. Power for A/C Clutch


Green/White

L13LI – Gray Power to panel lights.

P30CHA – Lt. Sleeper Temperature Setpoint


Blue/Black

P30CHC – Lt. Switched battery power to blower motor (through 40 amp fuse).
Blue/Black

P30CHD – Lt. Switched battery power to electronic controls.


Blue/Black

GND68 – White Ground for Blower Motor

P124HT – Lt. Switched battery power for sleeper switch (through 20 amp fuse).
Green/White

P124SHA – Lt. Power to sleeper heater (switched on cab control)


Green/White

GND78 – White Ground for Electronics.

C108DB – Lt. Data Bus ( + )


Blue/Black
(Twisted)

C109DB – Data Bus ( - )


Blue/Black
(Twisted)

P30CHA – Lt. Sleeper temperature setpoint voltage from sleeper control.


Blue/Black

2. TO UNIT
C102ACN – Lt. Ground for A/C clutch relay (switched by Control Module).
Green/White

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ACTDEF – Red Control voltage for defrost door actuator.

Mode Voltage
Vent 12V
Vent/Floor 12V
Heat 2V
Heat/Defrost <1V
Defrost <1V

ACTVH – Red Control voltage for vent/heat door actuator.

Mode Voltage
Vent <1V
Vent/Floor 6V
Heat 12V
Heat/Defrost 6V
Defrost <1V

C102AC – Lt. Ground for engine fan solenoid (Switched by control module)
Green/White

C102ACP – Lt. Power for A/C Clutch


Green/White

HI – Green Blower high speed (switches to ground)

MED – Green Blower medium speed (switches to ground)

MEDLO – Green Blower medium-low speed (switches to ground).

LO – Green Blower low speed (switches to ground)

P30CHA – Lt. Sleeper temperature setpoint voltage from sleeper control


Blue/Black

P30CHC – Lt. Power for blower.


Blue/Black

P30CHD – Lt. Power for electronic actuators.


Blue/Black

ACTBLD – Blue Control voltage for blend air door (12V for cold, 1V for hot).

ACTFA – Purple Control voltage for fresh air door (1V for fresh air, 12V for recirculation.

GND68 – White Ground for Blower Motor.

TEMP SEL Set temperature for cab ATC (12V for cold, <1V for hot).

GND78 – White Ground for electronics and actuators.

C108DB – Lt. Data Bus (+)


Blue/Black
(Twisted)

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C109DB – Data Bus (-)
Blue/Black
(Twisted)

AMBIENT SENSOR
OAT1 – Black Outside Air Temperature

OAT2 – Black Return Line Sensor

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Section 13C Sleeper Temperature Control – Troubleshooting Guide

Theory of Operation The temperature control system consists of three major components. See
diagram P94-1125.
1. Control Module with built-in temperature sensor and potentiometer.
2. Blower switch.
3. Blend air door actuator.

These components are tied together by three wires:


1. SACT1 – 12V supply for the system.
2. GND – ground for the system.
3. SACT2 – control output voltage

You can change the potentiometer position in order to change the setpoint
temperature, (between 50° F and 130° F). If the temperature is above the
setpoint, the control module puts out approximately 1 volt. This moves the
blend air door to close off the hot air passage. If the temperature goes
below the setpoint, the control module starts to increase its output volt-
age, opening the door.

The control also provides the sleeper requested temperature on circuit


P30CHA. The cab automatic temperature control uses this to help deter-
mine when air conditioning is required.

Component Troubleshooting
Blend Air Door The blend air door actuator has three circuits:
1. SACT1 – 12V supply for actuator – pin 10 on actuator and pin A on
unit connector.
2. GND – Ground connection – pin 7 on actuator and pin C on unit con-
nector.
3. SACT2 – Control voltage – pin 8 on actuator and pin B on unit con-
nector.

If SACT2 is not connected, the actuator will go to the center of its travel
and stay there. If SACT2 is connected to the 12 volt supply, the blend air
door will open the hot air passage all the way. If SACT2 is connected to
ground, the blend air door will close the hot air passage all the way.

Control Module The control module has three circuits:


1. SACT1 – 12V supply for module – pin 3 on module.
2. GND – Ground connection – pin 1 on module.
3. SACT2 – Control voltage – pin 2 on module.
4. P30CHA – Sleeper setpoint – pin 4 on module.

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If the sleeper is at room temperature, (65° F to 80° F), turning the temper-
ature control knob to full cold (counter-clockwise) will make the control
voltage go to 0 volts. Turning the knob full hot (clockwise) will make the
control voltage go to within 1 volt of the supply voltage.

In order to check the function of the temperature sensor, have the ignition
on, but don't run the engine. Turn the blower on low to provide power.
Attach the voltmeter to measure the voltage of wire SACT2. Adjust the
control knob so the voltage is about 6 to 7 volts. Blow gently on the sensor
grill in order to warm the sensor. Watch that the control voltage goes
down, then returns to roughly the original voltage as the sensor cools
back down.

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Troubleshooting Tree
Complaint: 1. After checking the engine block valve and blower operation, check for
Sleeper Won't power to SACT1 from blower switch.
Heat
1.1. If no power, check connections and blower switch and repair or
replace as necessary, retest system.
1.2. If power is OK, go to step 2.
2. Check ground connection from sleeper harness.
2.1. If no ground, repair connection, retest system.
2.2. If ground is OK, go to step 3.
3. Make sure sleeper temperature is below 80° F. Turn control knob to
full hot (clockwise) position. Check SACT2 voltage at actuator (pin 8).
It should be above 11 volts.
3.1. If not, check for SACT2 voltage at temperature control module
(pin 2). If there is no control voltage at pin 2, replace control
module. Retest system.
3.2. If pin 2 voltage at control module is OK , check for open or short
in wiring from control module to actuator. Repair wiring as nec-
essary.
3.3. If wiring from control module to actuator is OK, check SACT1
for system voltage at actuator (pin 8), and ground (pin 7). If
power and ground are OK, replace actuator. If not, repair wiring
as necessary. Retest system.

Complaint: Won't 4. After checking the air conditioner compressor and blower operation,
Cool check for power to SACT1 from the blower switch.
4.1. If no power, check connections and blower switch and repair or
replace as necessary, retest system.
4.2. If power is OK, go to step 5.
5. Check ground connection from sleeper harness.
5.1. If no ground, repair connection, retest system.
5.2. If ground is OK, go to step 7.
6. Make sure sleeper temperature is above 65° F. Turn the control knob
full cold (counter-clockwise). Check that SACT2 voltage is below 1.5
volts.
6.1. If not, unplug the control module and check the actuator (see
component check above).
6.1.1. If actuator checks OK, replace control module, retest sys-
tem.
6.1.2. If actuator does not work, remove it from the blend air door
and retest. Replace the defective component and retest
system.
6.2. If voltage is OK, check wiring continuity to actuator.

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6.2.1. If no continuity or high resistance connection, repair wiring
and retest the system.
6.2.2. If wiring is OK, check actuator and replace if defective.
Retest system.

Complaint: Poor 7. Check to make sure nothing is obstructing air flow to the sensor, (i.e.,
Control hanging clothes, etc.).
7.1. If air flow is OK, check temperature sensor function (see com-
ponent check above).
7.1.1. If sensor is bad, replace module and retest system.
7.1.2. If sensor is OK, check blend air door actuator and replace if
bad. Retest system.

Complaint: Erratic 8. Check wiring for intermittent, loose, or corroded connections.


Operation
8.1. If any are found, correct and retest system.
8.2. If not, disconnect and check blend air door actuator.
8.2.1. If actuator or blend air door is bad, replace and retest sys-
tem.
8.2.2. If actuator is OK, check control module and replace if bad.

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Section 13D Cab Unit C2TX

Product Overview The C2TX is an electronic, micro-processor based device that imple-
ments the functions of a blend vent ATC (Automatic Temperature Control)
and APADS (Air Conditioning Protection and Diagnostics System) control
and diagnostic functions. It is specifically designed to reduce air condi-
tioning maintenance costs in vehicular Txv HVAC systems by increasing
the life of system components and aiding in the diagnosis of system
faults. The unit receives inputs from pressure switches, temperature sen-
sors, Control Panel switches/potentiometers, and data available on the
SAE J1587 compatible data bus. The input signals are processed to drive
outputs to the AC clutch coil, fan actuator circuit, blend door actuator and
a Blower Relay. C2TX diagnostic codes are available on the Databus.
With this control system the C2TX controller becomes the only device
through which power is switched to the AC clutch coil. It is the primary
control of the AC and blend temperature system. The module is housed in
an aluminum capsule and installed in the cab unit.

Functional Description The C2TX operates as the primary AC system and cab temperature con-
trol. The module provides outputs to the AC compressor clutch coil, the
fan actuator, the blend air door actuator and a blower relay. All outputs are
a function of the ATC and APADS control algorithms as detailed later in
this section. The controller incorporates its own high current driver elimi-
nating external relays to engage the AC clutch. Fault diagnostic communi-
cation is accomplished through the SAE J1587 databus interface.

The pointed features of the C2TX are that it acts to control the vent outlet
temperature to a fixed value, independent of various system variables
such as initial ambient temperature, blower speed, engine RPM and circu-
lation mode.

The ATC function of the C2TX controls the blend air door actuator to
maintain a target temperature in the blend chamber. This target tempera-
ture is a function of control panel and temperature sensor inputs, primarily
setpoint input and blend temperature.

The ATC function also determines when Air Conditioning is needed. This
control logic requests AC when the desired blend chamber temperature
cannot be achieved without Air Conditioning. AC will always be requested
when the Temperature Set potentiometer is in the full CCW position and
when MODE select is in the defrost position above freezing conditions. It
will also be requested when ambient temperature is within several
degrees of the temperature requested by the Bunk Set temperature knob.

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C2TX Input The module interfaces and receives inputs from the following sensors and
Descriptions devices:
1. AC Input – Input that indicates whether AC is requested. Temperature
select to full cold commands continuous AC within operation
temperature limits. Other Temperature selections default to ATC
command.
2. AMBIENT Temperature – Outside ambient temperature sensing NTC
thermistor, 1.0 Kohm nominal resistance at 25° C.
3. BLEND Temperature – Blend chamber temperature sensing ther-
mistor, 2.795 Kohm nominal resistance at 25° C, used for primary
control of the blend door actuator.
4. BLOWER Sense – A voltage input signal from the switched side of
the blower motor.
5. BUNK Set Temperature – Temperature set control potentiometer, 3
terminal, 10 Kohm, 189 degree rotation, linear taper. Center tap input
signal increases with setpoint increase. If this signal indicates that
Bunk control is active the Blower relay output is turned "on", when the
bunk unit demands A/C.
6. CAB Set Temperature – Dash mounted temperature set control
potentiometer. This is a 3 terminal 10 Kohm potentiometer with a lin-
ear taper, approximately 180 degree rotation and 21 position detents
distributed over the 180 degrees. The center tap of this potentiometer
is input to the controller. This signal level decreases as the setpoint
input increases. CW terminal is connected to ground, CCW terminal
is connected to battery voltage.
7. DATABUS+ and DATABUS- hardware interface to J1587/J1708 vehic-
ular databus. DATA+ is the positive connection to the differential bus
DATA- is the negative connection to the differential bus. These signals
provide for bidirectional data communications.
8. EVAP Temperature – This NTC thermistor senses the temperature of
the evaporator core. It has a nominal resistance of 20 Kohms at 25C
and is the primary AC compressor on/off control input.
9. LOW Px – Low Pressure Switch located in the suction side of the
refrigerant compressor on the thermal expansion valve. Contacts
open when the pressure falls below approximately 14 psi and re-close
after the pressure climbs back above 54psi (nominal). Low pressure
switch activity is the primary indicator of a loss of charge and is also
used to preclude compressor operation in extremely cold tempera-
tures. *Since this switch does not have an internal resistor, an open
wire to this switch will be diagnosed as a low pressure condition.
10. HIGH Px – High Pressure Switch. Located in the discharge side of
the refrigerant compressor on the thermal expansion valve, this
device has a 2.49 Kohm resistor installed in parallel with the electrical
contacts to allow diagnosing of sensor wiring and connector faults.
The switch contacts are closed when the pressure is below 245 psi
(nominal). Contacts open when the pressure climbs above approxi-
mately 285 psi and reclose after the pressure falls back below 245 psi

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(nominal). This switch is the primary control for the fan and is used to
preclude compressor operation when excessive discharge pressures
are present.
11. MODE Sense 1 – This input monitors the defrost actuator drive signal
that is generated by the MODE Select Control on the Control Head.
12. MODE Sense 2 – This input monitors the vent/heat actuator drive sig-
nal that is generated by the MODE Select Control on the Control
Head.

C2TX Output The module produces the following output signals to control the following
Descriptions devices:
1. BLEND Drive – The module provides an output that is ratiometric to
the supply voltage. The output ranges between .15 VIGN (Voltage
Ignition) and .85 VIGN. Nominally the Blend Door is fully closed (max.
cold) when the output signal reaches .80 VIGN. It is fully open at .20
VIGN.
2. AC Clutch (Compressor Clutch Drive) – A low side MOSFET power
driver, with flybac clamping engages the AC compressor clutch coil
when activated.
3. DATABUS+ and DATABUS- (see #7 in Input section).
4. FAN Trigger (Fan actuator) – A normally closed (low level = fan off)
low side, open drain FET is used to signal the fan actuator circuit to
activate the fan drive. A fan “on” state is requested when the FET is in
the non-conducting (off) state.
5. BLOWER Relay – This low side open drain FET is turned on to acti-
vate the blower relay. This signal is output when a minimum signal
level on the Bunk set potentiometer indicates that the Bunk Tempera-
ture Control system is requesting AC. The blower relay forces the
blower to be "on" at low speed. If the Control Panel has requested a
higher speed the Control Panel will prevail.
6. DIAGNOSTICS – Upon detection of system faults, the unit broad-
casts or responds to request for diagnostic information over the data-
bus. The diagnostic information is used to indicate system faults and
status.

Software Description The C2TX software, for purposes of description, can be partitioned into
several distinct modules of functional operation: first, the implementation
and functionality of the ATC: second, the APADS functionality; and third,
communication definition that defines the nature in which the C2TX com-
municates over the J1587/J1708 databus.

The C2TX has non volatile memory for storing statistics and configuration
parameters. Brackets around a variable denote that it is a programmable
value. The nominal value, unless otherwise specified, is contained within
the square brackets [x].

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Section 13E C2TX Communications via SAE J1587/J1798

C2TX Transmits
Table 13-6 PID 194 – Transmitter System Diagnostic Code and Occurrence Count

APADS MID # OF
FAULT TYPE PID 194 P/SID DIAG CODE
190 CHARS
Decimal 190 194 2 xxx 0xlxxx
Representation
In HEX C2h 2 XX XX

Low Pressure – 190 194 2 Sl 49


ACTIVE
Beh C2h 2 1 31h

Low Pressure – 190 194 2 Sl 113


INACTIVE
Beh C2h 2 1 71h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr RefrgChg LO

High Pressure – Active 190 194 2 Sl 48

BEh C2h 2 1 30h

High Pressure – 190 194 2 Sl 112


Inactive
BEh C2h 2 1 70H

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr RefrgChg HI

Open Clutch – ACTIVE 190 194 2 S6 53

BEh C2h 2 6 35h

Open Clutch – 190 194 2 S6 117


INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 6 75h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr AC CItch OPN CIRC

Shorted Clutch – 190 194 2 S6 54


ACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 6 36h

Shorted Clutch – 190 194 2 S6 118


INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 6 76h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr AC CItch OVR CURR

High Pres Switch Open 190 194 2 S228 53


– ACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 E4 35h

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Table 13-6 PID 194 – Transmitter System Diagnostic Code and Occurrence Count (Continued)

APADS MID # OF
FAULT TYPE PID 194 P/SID DIAG CODE
190 CHARS
High Pres Switch Open 190 194 2 S228 117
– INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 E4 75h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr HI SW OPN CIRC

Low Voltage – ACTIVE 190 194 2 P158 36

BEh C2h 2 9Eh 24h

Low Voltage – 190 194 2 P158 100


INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 9Eh 64h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntir Battery LO

High Voltage – ACTIVE 190 194 2 P158 35

BEh C2h 2 9Eh 23h

High Voltage – 190 194 2 P158 99


INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 9Eh 63h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr Battery HI

Evap Temp Sensor – 190 194 2 S7 50


ACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 7 32h

Evap Temp Sensor – 190 194 2 S7 114


INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 7 72h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr Evap ERRATIC

Ambient Temp Sensor 190 194 2 P171 34


– ACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 ABh 22h

Ambient Temp Sensor 190 194 2 P171 98


– INACTIVE
BEh C2h 2 ABh 62h

Suggested Text HVAC Cntlr Ambient ERRATIC

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Table 13-7 PID 196 – Diagnostic Data Count Clear Response Message, Request a Fault Count be Cleared

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 196 P/SID DIAG CODE
CHARS
Decimal 196 2 xxx 011x xxxx
Representation
In HEX C4h 2 XX XX

Low Pressure 196 2 S1 113

C4h 2 1 71h

High Pressure 196 2 S1 112

C4h 2 1 70h

Open Clutch 196 2 S6 117

C4h 2 6 75h

Shorted Clutch 196 2 S6 118

C4h 2 6 76h

High Pressure Switch 196 2 S228 117


Open
C4h 2 E4 75h

Low Voltage 196 2 P168 100

C4h 2 A8h 64h

High Voltage 196 2 P168 99

C4h 2 A8h 63h

Evap. Temp. Sensor 196 2 S7 114

C4h 2 7 72h

Ambient Temp. Sensor 196 2 P171 98

C4h 2 ABh 62h

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Table 13-8 PID 196 – Diagnostic Data Count Clear Response Message, Request All Faults Count be Cleared

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 196 P/SID DIAG CODE
CHARS
Decimal 196 2 xxx 128-191
Representation
In HEX C4h 2 XX 80h thru BFh

Table 13-9 PID 234 – Software Revision Request, Reply

# OF MAJOR SW MINOR SW
FAULT TYPE PID 234
CHARS REV REV
Software Revision PID 234 007 049 046 048

Eah 03h 31h 2Eh 30h

1 . 0

1.0 is the first release, 0.x are prerelease versions.

Table 13-10PID 243 – Component Identification Request, Reply

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 234 MID TEXT STRING
CHARS
Component ID 243 16 190 073 078 068 069 088 042 072
086 065 067 032 067 084 082
076

F3h 10h BEh 49h 4Eh 44h 45h 58h 2Ah 48h
56h 41h 43h 20h 43h 54h 52h
4Ch

INDEX * HVAC^CTRL

Table 13-11PID 158 – Battery and Battery, Switched Request, Reply

FAULT TYPE PID 158 LSB MSB


Battery 0 to 3276.75V, 0.05V/bit

158 xxx xxx

9Eh XXh XXh

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Table 13-12PID 171 – Ambient Temperature, Reply

FAULT TYPE PID 171 LSB MSB


Ambient Temperature -8192 to +8191.75F, 0.25/bit

171 xxx xxx190

ABh XXh XXh

Table 13-13PID 194 – Fault Request, Reply

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 194
CHARS
All Faults Nonexistent 194 0

C2h 00h

Fault(s) ACTIVE / INACTTVE – Transmit appropriate mes-


sages listed in previous section.

Table 13-14J1587 Bus Data – Provided by the C2TX Module

FAULT TYPE PID LSB MSB


Ambient Temperature -8192 to +8191.75, 0.25/bit
Transmit once every 10
seconds or upon 171 xxx xxx
request. ABh XXh XXh

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C2TX Receives
Table 13-15PID 195 – Diagnostic Data Request/Request a Fault Count be Cleared

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 195 MID 190 P/SID DIAG CODE
CHARS
Decimal 195 3 190 xxx 011xxxx
Representation
In HEX C3h 3 BEh XX XX

Low Pressure 195 3 190 S1 113

C3h 3 Beh 1 71h

High Pressure 195 3 190 S1 112

C3h 3 Beh I 70h

Open Clutch 195 3 190 S6 117

C3h 3 Beh 6 75h

Shorted Clutch 195 3 190 S6 118

C3h 3 Beh 6 76h

High Pressure Switch 195 3 190 S228 117


Open
C3h 3 Beh E4 75h

Low Voltage 195 3 190 P168 100

C3b 3 Beh A8h 64h

High Voltage 195 3 190 P168 99

C3h 3 Beh A8h 63h

Evap. Temp. Sensor 195 3 190 S7 114

C3h 3 Beh 7 72h

Ambient Temp Sensor 195 3 190 P171 98

C3h 3 Beh ABh 62h

Table 13-16PID 195 – Diagnostic Data Request/Request All Faults be Cleared

# OF
FAULT TYPE PID 195 MID 190 P/SID DIAG CODE
CHARS
Decimal 195 3 190 xxx 128-191
Representation
In HEX C3h 3 BEh XX 80h-BFh

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Table 13-17PID 0, PID 128 – Request Parameter and Component Specific Request

REQUEST PARAMETER COMPONENT SPECIFIC REQUEST


FAULT TYPE REQUESTED REQUESTED
PID 00 PID 128 COMPONENT
PID PID
Decimal 00 xxx 128 xxx 190
Representation
In HEX 00h XX 80h XX Beh

Software Revision PED 00 234 128 234 190

00h EAh 80h EAh BEh

Component DD 00 243 128 243 190

00h F3h 80h F3h BEh

Battery, Switched 00 158 128 158 190

00h 9Eh 80h 9Eh BEh

Ambient Temperature 00 171 128 171 190

00h ABh 80h ABh BEh

Faults Present 00 194 128 194 190

00h C2h 80h C2h BEh

Table 13-18J1587 Bus Data – Used by the C2TX Module

DATA 1 DATA 2
FAULT TYPE PID
LSB MSB
Rotational Velocity 0 to 16383.75 RPM, 0.25 RPM/bit
(RPM)
190 xxx xxx

BEh XXh XXh

Only uses MSB, 64RPM/Bit

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Section 13F C2TX HVAC Controller

Product Description and See “C2TX HVAC Controller, Description/Troubleshooting Manual


Troubleshooting Manual (T2000)”, 4046049.

Section 13G Wiring Diagram – P94-1125 (Cab & Sleeper with APADS)

See diagram P94-1125 in the Diagram section of ServiceNet.

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