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1695031 SOFTWARE GP- Caterpillar parts SOFTWARE
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169-5031
1695031
Caterpillar 1695031 SOFTWARE GP-

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Introduction
The problem that is identified below does not have a known permanent solution. Until a permanent solution is known, use the solution that is stated below.Problem
The machines that are listed above may experience one of the issues that are stated below.
No start situation
Engine ECM unavailable in Cat® Electronic Technician (ET)
Inability to flash the ECM using ERTECM failures are rare and these issues are typically due to the machine starting circuit, machine low-pressure fuel system, or improper flashing.Solution
Table 1
Troubleshooting Test Steps Value Results
1. Determine the Diagnostic Code.
A. Establish communication between Cat® Electronic Technician (ET) and the ECM. Refer to Troubleshooting, "Electronic Service Tools", if necessary.
B. Check for active codes and check for logged codes on Cat ET.
C. Check Cat ET for any associated codes. Troubleshoot any active codes before continuing with this procedure.
Diagnostic code
Result: An associated code is active or logged.
Repair: Troubleshoot any associated codes before continuing with this procedure.
Result: An associated code is not active or logged.
Proceed to Test Step 2.
2. Check the Machine Electrical System.
A. Check that Cat ET can connect to the engine ECM with Key Switch ON.
Machine electrical system
Result: Cat ET can connect to the engine ECM, then the engine ECM is turned on.
Proceed to Test Step 3.
Result: Cat ET cannot connect to the engine ECM, and the machines starting circuit is not providing power to the engine ECM.
Repair: Go to Troubleshooting, "Electrical Power Supply - Test".
Check all grounds on the engine harness. This includes ground wires attached to the engine block, battery, and chassis ground studs. There have been known instances where ground wires were found loose, broken, or faulty through rust or paint.
For the 308E2, the engine ECM is typically being ordered, when PI32292 is being performed and the engine ECM did not flash. If the flashing procedure was not followed properly, it will appear that the engine ECM is dead since it cannot be seen by Cat ET. However, it can still be flashed by following Special Instruction, REHS9223, "Obtaining a DPK Flash File and Flashing Procedure with the Engine Reprogramming Tool" steps.
3. Check the Fuel System.
A. Visually check the fuel level in the fuel tank. Do not rely on the fuel gauge only.
B. Ensure that the vent in the fuel cap is not filled with debris.
C. Inspect the fuel system for external leaks. Ensure that there is no air in the clear bowl on the primary fuel filter.
D. Check that there are no external leaks, no air in the clear primary fuel filter. Change the primary fuel filter and the in-line filter for the fuel transfer pump.
E. Check fuel quality. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Fuel Quality - Test", for the proper procedure. Check the fuel tank for debris or foreign objects which may block the fuel supply.
F. Check for the proper operation of the fuel transfer pump. Replace the pre-filter if excessive contamination or if the maintenance interval is exceeded. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Fuel System", for test information.
Confirm fuel flow rate from transfer pump (dead head the pump


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