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P0016=Camshaft sensor F558 - Cam synchronization fault
P0017=Crankshaft sensor F552 - Signal not synchronized
P0027=BPV actuator (L020) - position control
P0046=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - VTG does not achieve the requested position
P0049=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - the turbo speed is too high
P0069=Inlet air pressure in inlet manifold - Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect at ignition on
P006B=Pressure after BPV sensor (F823) - Pressure is out of range at the time of ignition
P006C=Humidity sensor (F852) - Out of range at the time of ignition
P0070=CAN communication - Ambient temperature sensor (AMB) - Signal incorrect
P0071=Ambient temperature sensor (F748) - rate of change fault
P0072=Ambient temperature sensor (F748) - voltage too low on pin C78 of the ECU
P0073=Ambient temperature sensor (F748) - voltage too high on pin C78 of the ECU
P0075=Air shutdown actuator - interruption in the wiring on pin C73 of the ECU
P0076=Air shutdown actuator - short circuit to ground on pin C73 of the ECU
P0077=Air shutdown actuator - short circuit to supply on pin C73 of the ECU
P0079=BPV position sensor (F811) - Position sensor ECU pin C66 signal voltage too low
P0080=BPV position sensor (F811) - Position sensor ECU pin C66 signal voltage too high
P0087=Fuel pressure system - The fuel pressure is too low
P0088=Fuel pressure control valve - stuck in closed position
P0095=Intercooler temperature sensor (F750) - Air temperature out of range at ignition key on
P0096=Intercooler temperature sensor (F750) - Rate of change fault
P0097=Intercooler temperature sensor (F750) - voltage too low on pin C17 of the ECU
P0098=Intercooler temperature sensor (F750) - voltage too high on pin C17 of the ECU
P009A=Measured ambient temperature (F748) does not correspond to the calculated air temperature
P0101=Mass air flow sensor - Rate of change fault
P0102=Mass air flow sensor - Mass air flow signal too low
P0103=Mass air flow sensor - Mass air flow signal too high
P0107=Boost pressure sensor F802 - ECU pin A51 signal voltage too low
P0108=Boost-pressure sensor F802 - ECU pin A51 signal voltage too high
P0110=Boost temperature sensor F804 - Boost temperature is out of range at ignition key on
P0111=Humidity sensor (F852) - Rate of change fault on humidity signal
P0112=Boost temperature sensor F804 - ECU pin A43 signal voltage too low
P0113=Intake air temperature sensor (F804) - ECU pin A43 signal voltage too high
P0115=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - Temperature high
P0116=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - Rate of change fault
P0117=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - ECU pin C79 signal voltage too low
P0118=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - ECU pin C79 signal voltage too high
P011A=Coolant pump speed - stalled coolant pump detected
P0121=Accelerator pedal sensor - Sticking pedal
P0122=Accelerator pedal sensor - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin B49
P0123=Accelerator pedal sensor - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin B49
P0127=Air temperature after intercooler sensor (F750) - The air temperature is too high
P0128=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - temperature unlikely
P0130=Lambda sensor (F834) - Age learning fault
P0135=Lambda sensor (F834) - Open circuit on ECU pin C46
P0168=Fuel temperature - too high
P0180=Fuel temperature sensor (F803) - Fuel temperature is out of range at ignition key on
P0182=Fuel temperature sensor (F803) - ECU pin A42 signal voltage too low
P0183=Fuel temperature sensor (F803) - ECU pin A42 signal voltage too high
P018C=Engine fuel filter differential pressure - Voltage too low on pin A49 of the ECU
P018D=Engine fuel filter differential pressure - Voltage too high on pin A49 of the ECU
P0197=Oil temperature sensor (F808) - ECU pin C16 signal voltage too low
P0198=Oil temperature sensor (F808) - ECU pin C16 signal voltage too high
P0201=Cylinder 1 pump unit (B131) - open circuit on ECU pin A25 and/or ECU pin A26
P0202=Cylinder 2 pump unit (B132) - open circuit on ECU pin A34 and/or ECU pin A33
P0203=Cylinder 3 pump unit (B133) - open circuit on ECU pin A30 and/or ECU pin A29
P0204=Cylinder 4 pump unit (B134) - open circuit on ECU pin A35 and/or ECU pin A36
P0205=Cylinder 5 pump unit (B135) - open circuit on ECU pin A28 and/or ECU pin A27
P0206=Cylinder 6 pump unit (B136) - open circuit on ECU pin A32 and/or ECU pin A31
P0213=Ether fluid control - Open circuit on pin C04 of the ECU
P0217=Engine cooling system - The temperature is too high
P0219=Engine speed - Overspeed
P0221=CAN communication - Remote accelerator pedal position (EEC2) - Signal incorrect
P0222=Remote PTO accelerator pedal - Voltage too low
P0223=Remote PTO accelerator pedal - Voltage too low
P022D=Precharged air control valve - open circuit on pin .. of the ECU
P022E=Precharged air control valve - short circuit to ground on pin .. of the ECU
P022F=Precharged air control valve - short circuit to supply on pin .. of the ECU
P0261=Cylinder 1 pump unit (B131) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A25
P0262=Cylinder 1 pump unit (B131) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A25
P0263=Cylinder 1 - Contribution too low or misfire
P0264=Cylinder 2 pump unit (B132) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A33
P0265=Cylinder 2 pump unit (B132) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A33
P0266=Cylinder 2 - Torque contribution too low
P0267=Cylinder 3 pump unit (B133) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A29
P0268=Cylinder 3 pump unit (B133) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A29
P0269=Cylinder 3 - Torque contribution too low
P0270=Cylinder 4 pump unit (B134) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A36
P0271=Cylinder 4 pump unit (B134) - short circuit across ECU pin A35 and ECU pin A36
P0272=Cylinder 4 - Torque contribution too low
P0273=Cylinder 5 pump unit (B135) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A28
P0274=Cylinder 5 pump unit (B135) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A28
P0275=Cylinder 5 - Torque contribution too low
P0276=Cylinder 6 pump unit (B136) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A32
P0277=Cylinder 6 pump unit (B136) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A32
P0278=Cylinder 6 - Torque contribution too low
P0298=Oil temperature - Oil temperature too high
P0301=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 1 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0302=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 2 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0303=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 3 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0304=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 4 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0305=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 5 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0306=Crank speed injection diagnostics - Major decrease in combustion in cylinder 6 relative to the other cylinders. (Misfire)
P0315=Cylinder combustion - Incorrect learning of flywheel pattern
P0335=Crankshaft sensor (F552) - signal not present or unlikely
P0336=Crankshaft sensor (F552) - Signal disturbed
P0340=Camshaft sensor (F558) - signal not present or unlikely
P0341=Camshaft sensor (F558) - high-frequency corruption during normal running
P0403=EGR valve sensor (L033) - Battery supply voltage too high or too low to operate EGR
P0404=EGR valve-sensor (L033) - EGR position control abnormality
P0405=EGR valve sensor (L033) - ECU pin C05 signal voltage too low
P0406=EGR valve sensor (L033) - ECU pin C05 signal voltage too high
P0407=EGR differential pressure sensor (F751) - The voltage on pin C80 of the ECU is too low
P0408=EGR differential pressure sensor (F751) - The voltage on pin C80 of the ECU is too high
P040B=EGR temperature sensor (F749) - Power up temperature not valid
P040C=EGR temperature sensor (F749) - ECU pin C09 signal voltage too low
P040D=EGR temperature sensor (F749) - ECU pin C09 signal voltage too high
P040F=EGR differential pressure sensor (F751) - the pressure is unlikely (negative)
P0420=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, catalyst conversion efficiency (SCR1) - Signal incorrect
P0460=CAN communication - Fuel tank level (DD) - Signal incorrect
P0471=Before turbine pressure sensor (F826) - Pressure out of range at ignition key on
P0472=Before turbine pressure sensor (F826) - ECU pin C83 signal voltage too low
P0473=Before turbine pressure sensor (F826) - ECU pin C83 signal voltage too high
P047C=Pressure after BPV sensor (F823) - ECU pin C81 signal voltage too low
P047D=Pressure after BPV sensor (F823) - ECU pin C81 signal voltage too high
P0480=Fan clutch - Open circuit on pin C74 of the ECU PMCI-2
P0486=EGR differential pressure sensor (F751) - Pressure out of range at ignition key on
P0488=EGR valve sensor (L033) - EGR valve leakage warning
P0489=EGR valve sensor (L033) – Short circuit to ground on ECU pin C05
P0490=EGR valve sensor (L033) – Supply voltage too high on ECU pin C05
P0500=Vehicle speed sensor - invalid
P0501=Vehicle speed sensor - signal unlikely
P0502=Vehicle speed sensor - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin B40
P0503=Vehicle speed sensor - Out of range
P0513=Immobilizer communication failure - injection blocked
P0522=Engine oil pressure sensor (F810) - ECU pin C84 signal voltage too low
P0523=Engine oil pressure sensor (F810) – ECU pin C84 signal voltage too high
P0524=Engine lubrication system - oil pressure is too low
P0527=Fan clutch - Voltage on pin C08 is too high
P0528=Fan clutch - Voltage on pin C08 is too low
P0541=Ether start valve - Short circuit to ground on pin C04 of the ECU
P0542=Ether start valve - Short circuit to supply on pin C04 of the ECU
P0543=Ether start valve - Open circuit on pin C04 of the ECU
P0545=Temperature after BPV sensor (F853) – ECU pin C11 signal voltage too low
P0546=Temperature after BPV sensor (F853) - ECU pin C11 signal voltage too high
P0562=Power supply - ECU pin B60, ECU pin B61, ECU pin B62 voltage too low
P0563=Power supply - ECU pin B60, ECU pin B61, ECU pin B62 voltage too high
P0567=CAN communication - Cruise control resume switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
P0568=CAN communication - Cruise control set speed switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
P0571=CAN communication - Brake switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
P0603=ECU (D365) - Internal error 13
P060A=ECU (D365) - Internal error 2
P060C=ECU (D365) - Safety check unsuccessful
P0611=ECU (D365) - Internal error 6
P062B=50-V supply (D365) - Reference over range
P062D=50-V supply (D365) - Reference under range
P0640=Ether start valve - Short circuit across pin C04 and pin C26 of the ECU
P0650=MIL warning indication - Open circuit on pin B23 of the ECU
P0652=Accelerator pedal power supply - ECU pin B38 signal voltage too low
P0653=Accelerator pedal power supply - ECU pin B38 signal voltage too high
P0666=Internal ECU temperature sensor (D365) - Temperature out of range at ignition key on
P0668=Internal ECU temperature sensor (D365) - Reference over range
P0669=Internal ECU temperature sensor (D365) - Reference over range
P0685=Main relay - Main supply interrupted
P0691=Fan clutch - Short circuit to ground on pin C74 of the ECU
P0692=Fan clutch - Short circuit to supply on pin C74 of the ECU
P0698=Boost pressure sensor (F802) - The voltage on pin A51 of the ECU is too low
P0699=Boost pressure sensor F802 - ECU pin A51 supply voltage too high
P0703=CAN communication - Brake switch (EBC1) - Signal incorrect
P081C=CAN communication - Park brake switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
P0830=Clutch switch - Clutch switch signal unlikely
P0833=CAN communication - Clutch switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
P0865=CAN communication - Message rate from transmission too low
P0866=CAN communication - Message rate from transmission too high
P0A1F=Power supply - Battery voltage level warning
P1027=BPV actuator (L020) - Power supply
P1028=BPV actuator (L020) - Initialization
P1029=Sensor, position BPV (F811) - Position sensor
P1037=After turbine pressure sensor - ECU pin C82 signal voltage too low
P1038=After turbine pressure sensor - ECU pin C82 signal voltage too high
P1041=After turbine pressure sensor - Pressure out of range at ignition switch on
P104E=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Controller out of range
P104F=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Controller out of range
P1087=Fuel pressure system - the fuel pressure is low
P1096=After compressor temperature - Rate of change fault
P1105=Engine protection system - Approaching shutdown state
P1106=Engine protection system - Derated performance state
P1110=Intercooler - Cooling efficiency incorrect
P1111=Boost temperature sensor (F804) - Rate of change fault
P1115=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - Temperature high
P1127=Air temperature after intercooler sensor (F750) - The air temperature is high
P1133=Sensor lambda (F834) - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin C46
P1134=Lambda sensor (F834) - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin C46
P1135=Lambda sensor (F834) - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin C46
P1136=Lambda sensor (F834) - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin C46
P1137=Lambda sensor (F834) - Battery supply voltage fault
P1138=Lambda sensor (F834) - ECU pin C46 signal voltage too low
P1139=Lambda sensor (F834) - Calibration fault
P113A=Lambda sensor (F834) - Control fault
P113B=Lambda sensor (F834) - Calibration fault
P1158=Wheel speed, front axle, left - out of range
P1159=Wheel speed, front axle, right - out of range
P1160=Wheel speed, rear axle, left - out of range
P1161=Wheel speed, rear axle, right - out of range
P1167=Fuel temperature - Notice
P1168=Fuel temperature - High
P1180=Fuel temperature - fuel temperature is high
P1191=Fuel filter - Fuel filter is clogged
P1194=Fuel filter - Fuel filter is significantly clogged
P1225=Injector cylinder 1 B421, cylinder 2 B422, or cylinder 3 B423 - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A02, ECU pin A10, or ECU pin A06
P1226=Injector cylinder 1 B421, cylinder 2 B422, or cylinder 3 B423 - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A02, ECU pin A10, or ECU pin A06
P1227=Injector cylinder 4 B424, cylinder 5 B425, or cylinder 6 B426 - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A11, ECU pin A03, or ECU pin A07
P1228=Injector cylinder 4 B424, cylinder 5 B425, or cylinder 6 B426 - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A11, ECU pin A03, or ECU pin A07
P1230=Cylinder 1 pump unit (B131) - short circuit across ECU pin A25 and ECU pin A26
P1234=Cylinder 5 pump unit (B135) - short circuit across ECU pin A28 and ECU pin A27
P1235=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - Unlikely turbo speed
P1238=Cylinder 3 pump unit (B133) - short circuit across ECU pin A30 and ECU pin A29
P1242=Cylinder 6 pump unit (B136) - short circuit across ECU pin A32 and ECU pin A31
P1246=Cylinder 2 pump unit (B132) - short circuit across ECU pin A34 and ECU pin A33
P1250=Cylinder 4 pump unit (B134) - short circuit across ECU pin A35 and ECU pin A36
P1261=Cylinder 1 injector (B421) - open circuit on ECU pin A01 and/or ECU pin A02
P1262=Cylinder 1 injector (B421) - short circuit across ECU pin A01 and ECU pin A02
P1263=Cylinder 1 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1264=Cylinder 5 injector (B425) - open circuit on ECU pin A04 and/or ECU pin A03
P1265=Cylinder 5 injector (B425) - short circuit across ECU pin A04 and ECU pin A03
P1266=Cylinder 2 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1267=Cylinder 3 injector (B423) - open circuit on ECU pin A05 and/or ECU pin A06
P1268=Cylinder 3 injector (B423) - short circuit across ECU pin A05 and ECU pin A06
P1269=Cylinder 3 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1270=Cylinder 6 injector (B426) - open circuit on ECU pin A08 and/or ECU pin A07
P1271=Cylinder 6 injector (B426) - short circuit across ECU pin A08 and ECU pin A07
P1272=Cylinder 4 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1273=Cylinder 2 injector (B422) - open circuit on ECU pin A09 and/or ECU pin A10
P1274=Cylinder 2 injector (B422) - short circuit across ECU pin A09 and ECU pin A10
P1275=Cylinder 5 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1276=Cylinder 4 injector (B424) - open circuit on ECU pin A12 and/or ECU pin A11
P1277=Cylinder 4 injector (B424) - short circuit across ECU pin A12 and ECU pin A11
P1278=Cylinder 6 combustion - Torque contribution is too high
P1298=Oil temperature - Oil temperature high
P1300=Crank speed injection diagnostics - At least one fault is active on any of the cylinders
P1335=Crankshaft sensor (F552) - no signal from crankshaft
P1336=Crankshaft sensor (F552) - Signal disturbed
P1340=Camshaft sensor (F558) - no signal from camshaft
P1341=Camshaft sensor (F558) - signal distorted
P1350=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Maximum limit at low temperature not reached
P1351=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Maximum limit not reached
P1352=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Not reached requested position
P1353=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Supply voltage too high
P1354=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Supply voltage too low
P1356=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Temperature too high
P1357=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Actuator status invalid
P1358=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Actuator data unreliable
P1359=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Fault detected during learning
P1360=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, after DPF pressure (AT1GP) - Signal incorrect
P1400=EGR - Estimated EGR rate too high
P1405=EGR pressure sensor - Voltage too low
P1406=EGR pressure sensor - Voltage too high
P1409=Boost pressure - Boost pressure too high during EGR operation
P140B=EGR temperature sensor (F749) - Rate of change fault
P140C=Crankcase ventilation inlet temperature sensor - ECU pin C13 signal voltage too low
P140D=Crankcase ventilation inlet temperature sensor - ECU pin C13 signal voltage too high
P140F=EGR differential pressure - Pressure unlikely (positive)
P141C=Crankcase ventilation inlet temperature sensor - ECU pin C18 signal voltage too low
P141D=Crankcase ventilation inlet temperature sensor - ECU pin C18 signal voltage too high
P145D=EGR cooler bypass valve actuator - ECU pin C70 short circuit to supply
P1489=EGR valve sensor (L033) - EGR valve stuck closed
P1457=EGR temperature - Temperature high
P1458=Cooling performance - EGR output temperature sensor differs from predicted EGR output temperature
P1490=EGR valve sensor (L033) - EGR valve stuck open
P1493=EGR valve sensor (L033) - Initialization
P1494=EGR valve sensor (L033) - EGR position sensor too high or too low
P1495=Engine protection system - EGR failure detected, causing fuel derate
P1496=EGR - EGR disabled
P1501=Vehicle speed sensor - ECU pin B40 open circuit
P1502=Vehicle speed pulse detection - PWM signal invalid
P1503=Vehicle speed sensor - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin B40
P1504=Vehicle speed pulse detection - PWM signal invalid
P1506=Vehicle speed increase - Signal unlikely
P1508=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Check engine light requested by EAS-3 via CAN message
P150F=Oil level - Startup level low
P1510=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Red warning indication requested
P151A=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Level 1
P151B=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Level 2
P151C=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Level 3
P151D=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Level 4
P151E=Aftertreatment - Misuse mode - Level 4 extended
P1524=Engine oil pressure sensor (F810) - the oil pressure is low
P1526=CAN communication - Fan request speed (CM1) - Signal incorrect
P1529=Crankcase ventilation separator - Rotational speed too low
P153A=Crankcase ventilation hoses - Disconnection detected
P153B=Crankcase ventilation speed sensor - Crankcase ventilation rotor underspeed or sensor fault
P153C=Crankcase ventilation speed sensor - Crankcase ventilation rotor overspeed or sensor fault
P1556=Coolant level sensor - Level unlikely
P1558=Coolant level sensor - ECU pin C07 signal voltage too low
P1559=Coolant level sensor - ECU pin C07 signal voltage too high
P1560=Coolant level - Level low
P1563=Power supply - Voltage too low
P1580=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - Turbo speed malfunction low
P1581=Turbo speed sensor (F683) – High turbo speed malfunction
P1601=ECU (D365) - Internal error 3
P1602=ECU (D365) - Internal error - Application not present
P160A=ECU (D365) - Internal error 5
P1642=14-V sensor supply (D365) - Reference under range
P1643=14-V sensor supply (D365) - Reference over range
P1644=5-V sensor supply (D365) - Reference over range
P1645=5-V sensor supply (D365) - Reference under range
P1650=Red warning indication - ECU pin B08 open circuit
P1651=Red warning indication - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin B08
P1652=Red warning indication - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin B08
P1653=Check engine light - Open circuit on pin B04 of the ECU
P1655=Check engine light - Short circuit to pin B04 of the ECU
P1658=ECU (D365) - Internal error 4
P1674=ECU (D365) - Internal error 7
P1675=ECU (D365) - Internal error 8
P1676=ECU (D365) - Internal error 9
P1677=ECU (D365) - Internal error 10
P1678=ECU (D365) - Internal error 11
P1679=ECU (D365) - Internal error 1
P1681=ECU (D365) - Internal error 12
P1682=Oil level sensor - Open circuit on ECU pin B35
P1683=Oil level sensor - Short circuit to supply on ECU pin B35
P1684=Oil level sensor - Short circuit to ground on ECU pin B35
P1686=Starter motor - Open circuit on pin B16 of the ECU
P1687=Starter motor - Short circuit to supply on pin B16 of the ECU
P1688=Starter motor - Short circuit to ground on pin B16 of the ECU
P1693=Ether fluid control - Short circuit to supply on pin C04 of the ECU
P1694=Ether fluid control - Short circuit to ground on pin C04 of the ECU
P1695=VTG - Cannot achieve commanded boost pressure setpoint during engine braking
P1696=VTG - Cannot achieve commanded boost pressure setpoint during engine braking
P1704=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal invalid during overrun
P1705=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal dynamic too low
P1706=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal dynamic too high
P1707=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal too high compared to engine out
P1708=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal too low compared to engine out NOx sensor signal
P1709=Lambda sensor (F834) - Signal invalid during overrun
P170A=Lambda sensor (F834) - Sensor signal too low
P170B=Lambda sensor (F834) - Sensor signal too high
P170C=NOx sensor before catalyst (F844) - Signal invalid during overrun
P170D=NOx sensor before catalyst (F844) - Signal dynamic too low
P170E=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Signal dynamic too high
P170F=NOx sensor before catalyst (F844) - Signal invalid during overrun
P1710=NOx before catalyst plausibility - Signal value lower than expected
P1711=NOx before catalyst plausibility - Signal value higher than expected
P1712=NOx before catalyst plausibility - Signal value is much lower than expected
P1713=NOx before catalyst plausibility - Signal value much higher than expected
P1715=Pressure after BPV sensor (F823) - Wrong value compared to reference value
P1717=Temperature after BPV sensor (F853) - Actual temperature after BPV differs from the reference before DOC temperature (F838)
P1718=EGR control system - EGR controller offset
P1719=EGR control system - EGR controller offset
P171A=EGR control system - EGR controller has reached limit
P171B=EGR control system - EGR control system reacts too slowly
P171C=EGR control system - EGR control system reacts too slowly
P171D=Before turbine temperature (predicted) - Out of range
P171E=EGR control system - VTG control has positive offset
P171F=EGR control system - VTG control has negative offset
P1720=Turbo control - Controller reaches limit
P1722=BPV actuator (L020) - Cannot achieve commanded position
P1723=Air Management Control - before turbine pressure controller has positive offset
P1724=Air Management Control - before turbine pressure controller has negative offset
P1725=Air management control - Before turbine pressure controller
P1726=Air management control - Before turbine pressure controller reacts too slowly
P1727=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Position control error
P1729=Stationary regeneration – Time-out fault
P1751=MIL warning indication - ECU pin B23 short circuit to supply
P1863=CAN communication - maneuvering mode data out of range
P1961=Cylinder 1 injector (B421) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A01
P1962=Cylinder 1 injector (B421) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A01
P1964=Cylinder 5 injector (B425) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A04
P1965=Cylinder 5 injector (B425) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A04
P1967=Cylinder 3 injector (B423) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A05
P1968=Cylinder 3 injector (B423) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A05
P1970=Cylinder 6 injector (B426) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A08
P1971=Cylinder 6 injector (B426) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A08
P1973=Cylinder 2 injector (B422) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A09
P1974=Cylinder 2 injector (B422) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A09
P1976=Cylinder 4 injector (B424) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A12
P1977=Cylinder 4 injector (B424) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A12
P2080=Temperature after BPV sensor (F853) - Air temperature after turbine out of range at the time of ignition
P2104=Engine protection system - Warning state
P2105=Warning lamp - Approaching shutdown state
P2106=Accelerator pedal sensor - Limp-home active
P2135=Accelerator pedal sensor - ECU pin B49 and ECU pin B45 sensor out of range relative to idle valid switch
P2147=Pump unit, cylinder 1 B131, cylinder 2 B132, or cylinder 3 B133 - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A26, ECU pin A34, or ECU pin A30
P2148=Pump unit, cylinder 1 B131, cylinder 2 B132 or cylinder 3 B133 - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A26, ECU pin A34, or ECU pin A30
P2150=Pump unit, cylinder 4 B134, cylinder 5 B135, or cylinder 6 B136 - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A35, ECU pin A27, or ECU pin A31
P2151=Pump unit, cylinder 4 B134, cylinder 5 B135, or cylinder 6 B136 - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A35, ECU pin A27, or ECU pin A31
P2169=BPV actuator (L020) - open circuit
P2170=BPV actuator (L020) - short circuit to ground
P2171=BPV actuator (L020) - short circuit to supply
P2181=Engine cooling system - Engine coolant temperature does not match conditions
P2183=Coolant temperature sensor (F566) - Temperature unlikely
P2184=Coolant temperature sensor 2 - ECU pin C19 signal voltage too low
P2185=Coolant temperature sensor 2 - ECU pin C19 signal voltage too high
P2199=Humidity sensor (F852) - Air temperature before compressor out of range at ignition key on
P2226=Ambient pressure sensor in ECU PMCI-2 (D365) - Ambient air pressure out of range at the time of ignition
P2227=Ambient pressure sensor in ECU PMCI-2 (D365) - Rate of change fault
P2228=Ambient pressure sensor in ECU PMCI-2 (D365) - Pressure too low
P2229=Ambient pressure sensor in PMCI-2 ECU (D365) - pressure too high
P2237=Lambda sensor (F834) - Open circuit on ECU pin C45
P2238=Lambda sensor (F834) - ECU pin C45 signal too low
P2239=Lambda sensor (F834) - ECU pin C45 signal too high
P2264=Water in fuel sensor - Water in fuel detected
P2266=Water in fuel sensor - ECU pin B27 signal voltage too low
P2275=Water in fuel sensor - ECU pin A52 signal voltage too high
P2425=EGR valve sensor (L033) - Open circuit on ECU pin C05
P242B=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, After DPF temperature (AT1OG2) - Signal incorrect
P2457=EGR temperature - temperature too high
P2458=CAN communication - Manual regeneration force switch (CM1) - Signal incorrect
P2459=CAN communication - Manual regeneration inhibit switch (CM1) - Signal incorrect
P245A=EGR cooler bypass valve actuator - open circuit on pin C70 of the ECU
P250A=Oil level - level low
P250B=Oil level - start-up is unlikely
P250C=Oil level sensor - ECU pin B35 out of range, too low
P250E=Oil level - level tends to be low
P250F=Oil level - level too low
P252F=Oil level - level high
P253B=CAN communication - PTO set switch (PTO) - Signal incorrect
P2541=Fuel pressure sensor (F801) - ECU pin A50 signal voltage too low
P2542=Fuel pressure sensor (F801) - ECU pin A50 signal voltage too high
P2544=CAN communication - Engine brake switch (VIC Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
P2558=Coolant level sensor - ECU pin C07 signal voltage too low
P2559=Coolant level sensor - ECU pin C07 signal voltage too high
P2560=Coolant level - Level too low
P2562=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Position sensor
P2563=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Position control abnormality
P2579=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - Turbo speed irrational fault
P2580=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - ECU pin C87 signal voltage too low
P2581=Turbo speed sensor (F683) - ECU pin C87 signal voltage too high
P2602=Coolant pump speed sensor (F805) - speed under range
P2603=Coolant pump speed sensor (F805) - speed over range
P2609=Ether start valve - Open circuit on pin C04 and/or pin C26 of the ECU
P3003=Power supply - Supply voltage low
P30B3=CAN communication - Aftertreatment - Message rate from EAS-3 too low
P3405=MX engine brake cylinder 1 (B411) - open circuit on ECU pin A17
P3407=MX engine brake cylinder 1 (B411) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A17
P3408=MX engine brake cylinder 1 (B411) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A17
P3413=MX engine brake cylinder 5 (B415) - ECU pin A13 open circuit
P3415=MX engine brake cylinder 5 (B415) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A13
P3416=MX engine brake cylinder 5 (B415) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A13
P3421=MX engine brake cylinder 3 (B413) - ECU pin A24 open circuit
P3423=MX engine brake cylinder 3 (B413) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A24
P3424=MX engine brake cylinder 3 (B413) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A24
P3429=MX engine brake cylinder 6 (B416) - ECU pin A20 open circuit
P3431=MX engine brake cylinder 6 (B416) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A20
P3432=MX engine brake cylinder 6 (B416) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A20
P3437=MX engine brake cylinder 2 (B412) - ECU pin A16 open circuit
P3439=MX engine brake cylinder 2 (B412) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A16
P3440=MX engine brake cylinder 2 (B412) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A16
P3445=MX engine brake cylinder 4 (B414) - ECU pin A21 open circuit
P3447=MX engine brake cylinder 4 (B414) - short circuit to ground on ECU pin A21
P3448=MX engine brake cylinder 4 (B414) - short circuit to supply on ECU pin A21
P3750=Exhaust temperature before DOC sensor (F838) - ECU pin B17, voltage too high
P3751=Exhaust temperature before DOC sensor (F838) - ECU pin B17, voltage too low
P3752=Exhaust temperature before DOC sensor (F838) - ECU pin B17, signal unlikely
P3753=Exhaust temperature before DPF Sensor (F839) - ECU pin B18, voltage too high
P3754=Exhaust temperature before DPF sensor (F839) - ECU pin B18, voltage too low
P3755=Exhaust temperature before DPF sensor (F839) - ECU pin B18, signal unlikely
P3756=Exhaust temperature after DPF (F840) sensor - ECU pin B19, voltage too high
P3757=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - ECU pin B19, voltage too low
P3758=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - ECU pin B19, signal unlikely
P3759=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin A70, voltage too high
P3760=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin A70, voltage too low
P3761=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin A70, signal unlikely at key on
P3762=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin A70, signal unlikely
P3763=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin B45, voltage too high
P3764=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin B45, voltage too low
P3765=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin B45, signal unlikely at key on
P3766=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - ECU pin B45, signal unlikely
P3767=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - Outlet pressure too high, moderately severe level
P3768=Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) - HC conversion efficiency low
P3769=Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) – temperature rise not sufficient
P3770=Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) - Not detected
P3771=Exhaust temperature before DPF sensor (F839) - Temperature too high, least severe level
P3772=Exhaust temperature before DPF sensor (F839) - Temperature too high, most severe level
P3773=Exhaust temperature before DOC sensor (F838) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3774=Exhaust temperature before DPF sensor (F839) - Temperature too high during nonregeneration
P3775=Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) - Unexpected temperature rise during nonregeneration detected
P3776=Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) - Compensation level too high
P3777=Dosing module, fuel (L073) – Doser degraded
P3778=Dosing module, fuel (L073) – Doser degraded
P3779=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Filter efficiency too low
P3780=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - Temperature too high, most severe level
P3781=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Not detected
P3782=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Too frequent regeneration
P3783=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - Temperature too high, least severe level
P3784=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3785=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Differential pressure too high
P3786=Exhaust temperature after DPF sensor (F840) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level
P3787=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - Soot level severe (4)
P3788=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - Particulate level low (1) or medium (2)
P3789=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - Soot level high (3)
P3790=DPF pressure sensor (F837) - Pressure line disconnected
P3791=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) — Regeneration completed but insufficient
P3792=Inhibit switch - Used in soot level 1 or higher
P3793=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Filter severely damaged
P3794=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Filter replaced with muffler
P3795=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) – Stationary regeneration completed but insufficient
P3796=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - ECU pin A21, voltage too high
P3797=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - ECU pin A21, voltage too low
P3798=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - ECU pin A21, signal unlikely
P3799=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - Signal unlikely
P3800=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - ECU pin B31, voltage too high
P3801=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - ECU pin B31, voltage too low
P3802=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - ECU pin B31, signal unlikely
P3803=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - Signal unlikely
P3804=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Signal value lower than expected (during motoring)
P3805=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Signal value higher than expected (during motoring)
P3806=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Sensor heating warm-up failed
P3807=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Power supply out of range
P3808=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Heater element error
P3809=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - NOx signal error
P3810=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Signal value higher than expected
P3811=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Signal value lower than expected
P3812=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - CAN communication error 1
P3813=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Signal value higher than expected (during overrun)
P3814=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - CAN communication error
P3815=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - Temperature too high, most severe level
P3816=SCR catalyst – Reduction efficiency not reached
P3817=Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) - Fluid quality incorrect
P3818=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Sensor heating error
P3819=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Response rate too low
P3820=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - DEF level low, moderately severe level
P3821=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - DEF tank empty
P3822=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - DEF level low, least severe level
P3823=Tank heater valve (L076) - Failed to thaw DEF tank
P3824=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3825=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3826=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - Temperature too high, most severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3827=Exhaust temperature after SCR catalyst sensor (F842) - Temperature too high, most severe level (during nonregeneration)
P3828=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Signal value higher than expected
P3829=SCR catalyst - Not detected
P3830=Fuel intake module (L072) - ECU pin B07, short circuit to ground or open circuit
P3831=Fuel intake module (L072) - ECU pin B07, short circuit to supply
P3832=Dosing module, fuel (L073) - ECU pin A05, voltage too low
P3833=Fuel intake module (L072) - Fuel pressure unlikely
P3834=Fuel intake module (L072) - Fuel shutoff valve stuck in closed position
P3835=Dosing module, fuel (L073) - Fuel circuit leakage
P3836=Fuel intake module (L072) - Fuel supply restricted
P3837=Fuel intake module (L072) - Pressure signal unlikely
P3838=Fuel intake module (L072) - ECU pin A72, voltage too high
P3839=Fuel intake module (L072) - ECU pin A72, voltage too low
P3840=Air shutoff valve (L071) - Stuck in closed position
P3841=Air shutoff valve (L071) - ECU pin A32, short circuit to ground or open circuit
P3842=Air shutoff valve (L071) – ECU pin A32, short circuit to supply
P3843=Pump module (L074) - Unable to prime
P3844=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 1
P3845=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - CAN communication error with EAS-3 ECU
P3846=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - CAN message from EAS-3 ECU incorrect
P3847=Valve, dosing (L075) - ECU pin A12, short circuit to supply
P3848=Dosing valve (L075) - ECU pin A12, short circuit to ground or open circuit
P3849=Valve, dosing (L075) - ECU pin A32, short circuit to supply
P3850=Valve, dosing (L075) - ECU pin A32, short circuit to ground
P3851=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - ECU pin A59, short circuit to supply
P3852=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - ECU pin A59, short circuit to ground
P3853=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - ECU pin A79, short circuit to supply
P3854=DEF temperature/level sensor (F851) - ECU pin A79, short circuit to ground
P3855=Sensor, DEF temperature/level (F851) - Temperature signal unlikely, too high
P3856=Sensor, DEF temperature/level (F851) - Temperature signal unlikely, too low
P3857=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A24, short circuit to supply
P3858=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A24, short circuit to ground
P3859=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A24, open circuit
P3860=Pump module (L074) - Initialization failed
P3861=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A65, short circuit to supply
P3862=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A65, short circuit to ground
P3863=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A65, open circuit
P3864=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A17, short circuit to supply
P3865=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A17, short circuit to ground
P3866=Pump module (L074) - Pressure signal unlikely, too low
P3867=Pump module (L074) - Pressure signal unlikely, too high
P3868=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A03 short circuit to supply
P3869=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A03 short circuit to ground
P3870=Pump module (L074) - ECU pin A03 open circuit
P3871=Valve tank heater (L076) - ECU pin A85, short circuit to supply
P3872=Valve tank heater (L076) - ECU pin A85, short circuit to ground
P3873=Valve tank heater (L076) - ECU pin A85, open circuit
P3874=Tank heater valve (L076) - Heater stuck on
P3875=Heater element pressure line (L077) - ECU pin A01, short circuit to supply
P3876=Heater element pressure line (L077) - ECU pin A01, short circuit to ground
P3877=Heater element pressure line (L077) - ECU pin A01, open circuit
P3878=Heater element in line (L079) - ECU pin A48, short circuit to supply
P3879=Heater element in line (L079) - ECU pin A48, short circuit to ground
P3880=Heater element in-line (L079) - ECU pin A48, open circuit
P3881=Heater element return line (L078) - ECU pin A02, short circuit to supply
P3882=Heater element, return line (L078) - ECU pin A02, short circuit to ground
P3883=Heater element return line (L078) - ECU pin A02, open circuit
P3884=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal error 1
P3885=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal error 2
P3886=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal error 3
P3887=Pump module (L074) - Heater temperature signal error 1
P3888=Pump module (L074) - Heater temperature signal error 2
P3889=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal unlikely
P3890=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal unlikely during cold start
P3891=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal not available
P3892=Pump module (L074) - Heater temperature signal unlikely
P3893=Pump module (L074) - Heater temperature signal unlikely during cold start
P3894=Pump module (L074) - Temperature signal error 4
P3895=Pump module (L074) - Heater element error
P3896=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal temperature signal unlikely
P3897=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Temperature too high, moderately severe level
P3898=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin B06 or B07 or B08 or B09, voltage too high
P3899=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin B06 or B07 or B08 or B09, short circuit to ground
P3900=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal control relay stuck
P3901=Line heater relay (R026) – Switch side, short circuit to supply
P3902=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin A46 or A86, short circuit to supply
P3903=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin A46 or A86, short circuit to ground
P3904=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Short circuit to supply tank heater valve
P3905=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Short circuit to ground, tank heater valve
P3906=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin A05, short circuit to supply
P3907=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - ECU pin A05, short circuit to ground
P3908=Line heater relay (R026) - ECU pin B41 or B30, short circuit to supply
P3909=Line heater relay (R026) - ECU pin B41 or B30, short circuit to ground
P3910=Line heater relay (R026) - ECU pin B41 or B30, open circuit
P3911=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error
P3912=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 2
P3913=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 3
P3914=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 4
P3915=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Incorrect software
P3916=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 5
P3917=ECU, EAS-3 actuator (D375) - Sensor supply voltage out of range, high
P3918=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Communication error 1
P3919=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Communication error 2
P3920=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - CAN communication error
P3921=Dosing valve (L075) - Signal not present or unlikely
P3922=Pump module (L074) - Reverting valve, stuck in closed position
P3923=Pump module (L074) - Failed to build up pressure
P3924=Pump module (L074) - Metering control pressure low
P3925=Pump module (L074) - Metering control pressure high
P3926=Pump module (L074) - Pressure too high
P3927=Pump module (L074) - No pressure reduction
P3928=Tank heater valve (L076) - DEF operating temperature not reached
P3929=Pump module (L074) - Incomplete purge
P3930=Pump module (L074) – Pressure line blocked
P3931=Pump module (L074) - Pressure line restricted
P3932=Pump module (L074) - Pressure stabilization failed
P3933=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Communication error, power-up time-out
P3934=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Communication error, conversion time-out
P3935=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal temperature, out of range, high
P3936=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal temperature, out of range, low
P3937=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal temperature 1, out of range, high
P3938=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal temperature 1, out of range, low
P3939=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error
P3940=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 2
P3941=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 3
P3942=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 4
P3943=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 5
P3944=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 6
P3945=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal voltage error 7
P3946=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Sensor supply voltage too high
P3947=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Sensor supply voltage too low
P3948=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 5
P3949=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 6
P3950=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Internal error 7
P3951=EAS-3 ECU (D374) - CAN communication error
P3952=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Power supply too low
P3953=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Heater element error
P3954=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - NOx signal error
P3955=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - CAN communication error 1
P3956=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Sensor heating error
P3957=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Sensor heating warm-up failure
P3958=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Oxygen signal error
P3959=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Supply voltage out of range
P3960=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - CAN communication error 2
P3961=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - CAN communication error 3
P3962=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - CAN communication error 2
P3963=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - CAN communication error 3
P3964=EAS-3 ECU (D374) - Incorrect power down
P3965=EAS-3 ECU (D374) - Internal error 1
P3966=Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) - Blocked
P3967=Exhaust temperature before SCR catalyst sensor (F841) - Differential signal unlikely
P3968=Pump module (L074) - Incomplete purge
P3969=Tank heater valve (L076) - Heating error
P3970=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Power supply out of range
P3971=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Data incorrect in-range high
P3972=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Data incorrect in-range low
P3973=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Data erratic
P3974=Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) – Persistent deterioration
P3975=Inhibit switch - Timer based regeneration inhibit
P3976=Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Unable to complete the timer-based regeneration
P3977=SCR catalyst - Efficiency degradation
P3978=Pump module (L074) - Dosing system degradation error
P3979=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Data erratic or data not valid
P3980=Hydrocarbon storage - Level too high
P3981=Hydrocarbon storage - Level too high
P3982=H2O storage - Level too high
P3983=NOx after catalyst sensor (F843) - Power interruption
P3984=EAS-3 actuator ECU (D375) - Power supply too low
P3985=Pump module L074 - Prime error
P3986=NOx before catalyst sensor (F844) - Power interruption
U0011=CAN communication - hardware or software problem in V-CAN
U0101=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC1) - Message rate too low
U0103=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC2) - Message rate too low
U0104=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CCVS1) - Message rate too low
U0105=CAN communication - From aftertreatment system (DPF test run information Proprietary B) - Message rate too low
U0113=CAN communication - Message rate from emission aftertreatment system too low (A-CAN)
U0120=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC7) - Message rate too low
U0128=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CCVS2) - Message rate too low
U0129=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (EBC1) - Message rate too low
U0133=CAN communication - From vehicle stability control (VDC1) - Message rate too low
U0142=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (TD) - Message rate too low
U0143=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (EEC2) - Message rate too low
U0155=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (XX to Engine Proprietary A) - Message rate too low
U0156=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (VIC Proprietary B) - Message rate too low
U0157=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (AMB) - Message rate too low
U0291=CAN communication - From transmission (TCFG2) - Message rate too low
U0404=CAN communication - Transmission selected gear (ETC2) - Signal incorrect
U0405=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CCVS1) - Message rate too high
U0417=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CCVS2) - Message rate too high
U0418=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (EBC1) - Message rate too high
U1001=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system requested limp-home state (A-CAN)
U1004=CAN communication - Aftertreatment - Failure with engine reaction out of range (A-CAN)
U1005=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (DPF Test run information Proprietary B) - Message rate too high
U1010=CAN communication - Exhaust temperature sensor before DPF (A1DOC) - Signal incorrect
U1011=CAN communication - Hardware or software problem in E-CAN
U1012=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system - DPF regeneration aborted out of range
U1013=CAN communication - Exhaust temperature sensor before DOC (A1DOC) - Signal incorrect
U1014=CAN communication - Hardware or software problem in D-CAN
U1015=CAN communication - hardware or software problem in A-CAN
U1016=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1DOC) - Message rate too low
U1017=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1DOC) - Message rate too high
U1046=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Power supply voltage monitoring
U1047=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - wiping out of range
U1048=Rotary speed actuator (L037) - Detects short circuit to ground/battery
U104B=Turbo control VTG (L037) - Internal CAN resistance defect
U104C=Turbo control VTG (L037) - CAN communication
U104D=Actuator rotary speed (L037) - Initialization
U1069=CAN communication - Pressure humidity sensor (AAI) - Signal incorrect
U1070=CAN communication - Temperature humidity sensor (AAI) - Signal incorrect
U1071=CAN communication - Relative humidity (AAI) - Signal incorrect
U1072=CAN communication - From humidity sensor (AAI) - Message rate too high
U1073=CAN communication - From humidity sensor (AAI) - Message rate too low
U1101=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC1) - Message rate too high
U1103=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC2) - Message rate too high
U1104=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control (ACC1) - Message rate too low
U1105=CAN communication - Engine stop switch (XX to Engine Proprietary A) - Signal incorrect
U1106=CAN communication - Aftertreatment - Timeout fault (A-CAN)
U1107=CAN communication - Aftertreatment -Busy fault (A-CAN)
U1110=CAN communication - From retarder (RC1) - Message rate too low
U1111=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (SCR1) - Message rate too high
U1112=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (SCR1) - Message rate too low
U1113=CAN communication - Message rate from emission aftertreatment system too high (A-CAN)
U1114=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (TI1) - Message rate too low
U1115=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (TI1) - Message rate too high
U1116=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, after catalyst NOx sensor O2 percentage (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U1117=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, after catalyst NOx sensor corrected NOx value (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U1118=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, after catalyst NOx sensor (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U1119=CAN communication - From brake system (TSC1_BE) - Message rate too high
U111A=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, before catalyst NOx sensor (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U111B=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, before catalyst NOx sensor O2 percentage (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U111C=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, before catalyst NOx sensor corrected NOx value (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Signal incorrect
U111D=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Message rate too low
U111E=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (PropB_ExhaustGasCorrected) - Message rate too high
U111F=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, Operating mode request (proprietary B ACM) - Signal incorrect
U1120=CAN communication - From brake system (TSC1_BE) - Message rate too low
U1121=CAN communication - From transmission (TSC1_TE) - Message rate too high
U1122=CAN communication - From transmission (TSC1_TE) - Message rate too low
U1123=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (TSC1_VE) - Message rate too high
U1124=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (TSC1_VE) - Message rate too low
U1125=CAN communication - From external device (TSC1_SE) - Message rate too high
U1126=CAN communication - From external device (TSC1_SE) - Message rate too low
U1127=CAN communication - From brake system to engine brake (TSC1_BR) - Message rate too high
U1128=CAN communication - From brake system to engine brake (TSC1_BR) - Message rate too low
U1129=CAN communication - From transmission to engine brake (TSC1_TR) - Message rate too high
U112A=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (proprietary B ACM) - Message rate too low
U112B=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (proprietary B ACM) - Message rate too high
U112C=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, fuel consumption (AT1FC1) - Signal incorrect
U112D=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1FC1) - Message rate too low
U112E=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1FC1) - Message rate too high
U112F=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, HC doser total fuel used (AT1HI) - Signal incorrect
U1130=CAN communication - From transmission to engine brake (TSC1_TR) - Message rate too low
U1131=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CM1) - Message rate too high
U1132=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (CM1) - Message rate too low
U1133=CAN communication - From external device to engine brake (TSC1_SR) - Message rate too high
U1134=CAN communication - From external device to engine brake (TSC1_SR) - Message rate too low
U1135=CAN communication - From brake system (HRW) - Message rate too high
U1136=CAN communication - From brake system (HRW) - Message rate too low
U1137=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control (TSC1_AE) - Message rate too high
U1138=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control (TSC1_AE) - Message rate too low
U1139=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control to engine brake (TSC1_AR) - Message rate too high
U113A=CAN communication - From aftertreatment system (AT1HI) - Message rate too low
U113B=CAN communication - From aftertreatment system (AT1HI) - Message rate too high
U113C=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, DEF tank heater state (A1SCRDSI2) - Signal incorrect
U113D=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCRDSI2) - Message rate too low
U113E=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCRDSI2) - Message rate too high
U113F=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, Sensor exhaust temperature after catalyst (A1SCREGT) - Signal incorrect
U1141=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control to engine brake (TSC1_AR) - Message rate too low
U1143=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (EEC2) - Message rate too high
U114A=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCREGT) - Message rate too low
U114B=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCREGT) - Message rate too high
U114C=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, DEF dosing quantity (A1SCRDSI1) - Signal incorrect
U114D=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCRDSI1) - Message rate too low
U114E=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (A1SCRDSI1) - Message rate too high
U1155=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (XX to Engine Proprietary A) - Message rate too high
U1156=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (VIC Proprietary B) - Message rate too high
U1157=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (AMB) - Message rate too high
U1158=CAN communication - From turbo (VNT to Engine Proprietary B) - Message rate too high
U1159=CAN communication - From turbo (VNT to Engine Proprietary B) - Message rate too low
U1160=CAN communication - Turbo actual opening angle (VNT to Engine Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
U1179=CAN communication - Adjustable speed limiter switch (VIC Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
U1180=CAN communication - Engine estimated parasitic losses (VIC Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
U1184=CAN communication - Cruise control switch (CCVS) - Signal incorrect
U1188=CAN communication - Front axle speed (EBC2) - Signal incorrect
U1189=CAN communication - From retarder (ERC1) - Message rate too high
U1190=CAN communication - From retarder (ERC1) - Message too low
U1192=CAN communication - From transmission (ETC7) - Message rate too high
U1193=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (DD) - Message rate too high
U1194=CAN communication - From cabin ECU (DD) - Message rate too low
U1197=CAN communication - From brake system (EBC2) - Message rate too high
U1198=CAN communication - From brake system (EBC2) - Message rate too low
U1199=CAN communication - From retarder to engine brake (TSC1_DR) - Message rate too high
U1200=CAN communication - From retarder to engine brake (TSC1_DR) - Message rate too low
U1207=CAN communication - From power takeoff (PTO) - Message rate too high
U1208=CAN communication - From power takeoff (PTO) - Message rate too low
U1291=CAN communication - From transmission (TCFG2) - Message rate too high
U1404=CAN communication - Transmission current gear (ETC2) - Signal incorrect
U1405=CAN communication - From adaptive cruise control (ACC1) - Message rate too high
U1406=CAN communication - Mode adaptive cruise control (ACC1) - Signal incorrect
U1407=CAN communication - Set speed adaptive cruise control (ACC1) - Signal incorrect
U1408=CAN communication - Turbo health status (VNT to Engine Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
U1409=CAN communication - Turbo actuator state (VNT to Engine Proprietary B) - Signal incorrect
U142F=CAN communication - aftertreatment system, before DOC pressure (proprietary B ACM) - Signal incorrect
U153B=CAN communication - PTO resume switch (PTO) - Signal incorrect
U1544=CAN communication - Actual retarder torque (ERC1) - Signal incorrect
U1545=CAN communication - Intended retarder torque (ERC1) - Signal incorrect
U1546=CAN communication - Demanded retarder torque (ERC1) - Signal incorrect
U1547=CAN communication - Retarder selection (ERC1) - Signal incorrect
U1548=CAN communication - Output shaft speed (ETC1) - Signal incorrect
U1549=CAN communication - Torque converter lockup engaged (ETC1) - Signal incorrect
U1550=CAN communication - Reference retarder torque (RC1) - Signal incorrect
U1551=CAN communication - Rollover protection brake control active (VDC1) - Signal incorrect
U1552=CAN communication - Rollover protection engine control active (VDC1) - Signal incorrect
U1553=CAN communication - Yaw control brake control active (VDC1) - Signal incorrect
U1554=CAN communication - Yaw control engine control active (VDC1) - Signal incorrect
U1562=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, turbine outlet exhaust flow, low target request (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Signal incorrect
U1563=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, turbine outlet exhaust flow, low limit request (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Signal incorrect
U1564=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, turbine outlet temperature, low target request (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Signal incorrect
U1565=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, turbine outlet temperature, upper limit request (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Signal incorrect
U1566=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Message rate too low
U1567=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (Proprietary B ACM Limits) - Message rate too high
U1645=CAN communication - From vehicle stability control (VDC1) - Message rate too high
U1700=CAN communication - aftertreatment system, tank level value (TI1) - Signal incorrect
U1701=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, Tank temperature value (TI1) - Signal incorrect
U1702=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, tank heater value (TI1) - Signal incorrect
U1710=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1IMG) - Message rate too high
U1711=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1IMG) - Message rate too low
U1712=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, DPF delta pressure (AT1IMG) - Signal incorrect
U1715=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1OG2) - Message rate too high
U1716=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1OG2) - Message rate too low
U1720=CAN communication - from emission aftertreatment system (VEP) - Message rate too high
U1721=CAN communication - from emission aftertreatment system (VEP) - Message rate too low
U1722=CAN communication - Aftertreatment system, power supply voltage (VEP) - Signal incorrect
U1725=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1GP) - Message rate too high
U1726=CAN communication - from aftertreatment system (AT1GP) - Message rate too low

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How do you clear engine derate Paccar? ›

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How do you reset codes on Paccar MX 13? ›

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What is Paccar diagnostic software known as? ›

PACCAR Diagnostic Software. JPRO Professional is a comprehensive diagnostic software that enables technicians to troubleshoot and repair PACCAR components, plus all makes and models of commercial vehicles.

What kind of engine is mx13? ›

PACCAR MX-13 Engines

The 12.9 litre Euro 6 PACCAR MX-13 engine uses ultra-modern common rail technology, a turbo with variable geometry and advanced controls for maximum efficiency.

How do you force a regen on a Paccar? ›

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How do you bypass a system in def? ›

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What are SPN codes? ›

The Suspect Parameter Number (SPN) is diagnostic fault code terminology found on some of our equipment using a J1939 CAN data link.

What is a J1939 code? ›

The J1939 fault code error message consists of a Source Address (SA) identifying the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) sending the DTC (SA0 = Engine Controller #1), a Suspect Parameter Number (SPN) which identifies the parameter sending the fault code error message, and a Failure Mode Identifier (FMI) which identifies the ...

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Can you use Cummins Insite on PACCAR? ›

PACCAR decided to outfit these engines with a Cummins Electronic Control Module. In order to communicate with these engines for diagnostics purposes, the Cummins Insite Lite software must be used.

What is Davie4? ›

PACCAR Davie4 is the software used by dealerships and large fleets across North America. This is the same software as used by dealerships, which allows you to perform dealer level diagnostic commands such as: DPF Regenerations. Injector/Cylinder tests.

Who owns PACCAR? ›

In October 1999, PACCAR Automotive was sold to CSK Auto. Kenworth is awarded three J.D. Power and Associates awards for customer satisfaction among Class 8 truck owners and Peterbilt wins the medium-duty conventional truck category for the sixth time since 1999.

How many miles is a PACCAR engine good for? ›

PACCAR MX engines are designed with an industry-leading B10 life. And, that's significant – it means 90 percent of the engines will reach one million miles without needing a major overhaul. That's a big competitive advantage over other engines on the market.

How much does it cost to rebuild a PACCAR engine? ›

Typically, certified engine overhauls range anywhere from $20,000 to $40,000. Owner-operators faced with a failing motor are often overwhelmed by the many decisions that need to be made in order to get their truck back on the road making money.

Is PACCAR the same as Cummins? ›

The Cummins 4- and 6-liter engines, badged as PACCAR, are exclusive in the DAF LF product. The DAF LF is the leading light-duty commercial vehicle in the U.K. marketplace and has approximately ten percent of the European market.

What does engine derated mean? ›

Engine derating is the reduction of an engine's output due to less-than-ideal operating conditions. Derating sometimes is done intentionally when you want to prolong the engine's life and avoid substantial wear or damage.

What does DPF full engine derated mean? ›

A derate means that the program inside the engine computer limits either the power or vehicle speed. A derate is designed to protect you from causing engine or DPF damage. A derate can be caused by various sensors or systems.

How do I clear my engine derate Cummins? ›

Cummins Engine Derated with Codes 3712 & 3714
  1. Run the Aftertreatment Maintenance command.
  2. Run the NOx Reset command.
  3. Perform a regen (Recommended, not required)
  4. Codes will go inactive and can be cleared.
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