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BOX GP-INSTRUMENT PANEL 3843635 - Caterpillar

3843635 BOX GP-INSTRUMENT PANEL Caterpillar parts 3512B, 3516B, 3516C
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Caterpillar 3843635 BOX GP-INSTRUMENT PANEL

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These engines are equipped with an electronic control system. The system consists of a computer, sensors, and software. The system provides these capabilities:
Control of the engine
Applications control system interface
Fault detection and reportingElectronic Control System
The Electronic Control Module (ECM) is a computer that controls the operation of the engine.The ECM contains a flash file. The flash file is the software for the ECM. The flash file contains the operating maps. The operating maps define the following characteristics of the engine:
Torque curves
Engine speed (rpm)Refer to Troubleshooting, "System Overview" for additional information on the electronic control system.Application Interface
The ECM interfaces with the machine via software and an electrical connector on the ECM. The software can be configured.The applications control system provides inputs to the electrical connector on the ECM in order to indicate the status of switches. Configure the ECM in order to interpret the inputs. The ECM provides outputs for the applications control system via the electrical connector in order to control lamps, solenoids, and other devices. Configure the ECM to match the configuration of the applications control system.Fault Detection and Reporting
The ECM monitors inputs from the sensors and inputs from the applications control system. Software in the ECM interprets the inputs. The software determines if the inputs are operating correctly. A diagnostic trouble code is activated when the software detects a problem with an input.The ECM broadcasts the codes on two data links. The data links are the Cat Data Link (CDL) and J1939. Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET) must communicate on both data links in order to service the engine. If a problem is suspected with one of the data links, refer to Troubleshooting, "Data Link - Test".The codes can be displayed on Cat ET and optional operator interfaces. Refer to Troubleshooting, "Diagnostic Trouble Codes" for additional information on diagnostic trouble codes and a complete list of codes.Troubleshooting
As a reference, simplified schematics for each of the engines subsystems are included with each of the circuit tests that are in this manual. For an accurate representation of the entire electrical schematic that is for your application, refer to the Electrical System Schematic.During troubleshooting, inspect all harness connections before any component is replaced. If these connections are not clean and tight, continuous electrical problems or intermittent electrical problems can result. Check that the wires are pushed into the connectors completely. Make sure that the connections are tight before other tests are made.Failure of an electrical component may cause the failure of other components. Always attempt to correct the cause of an electrical failure before you replace a component. If wire insulation is punctured, repair the damage. Seal the damaged wires with 8T-0065 Silicone Sealant. Cover the sealant with two layers of 1P-0810 Electrical Tape. ____________________

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