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1 5 PIDS Section Page 5.1 DIAGNOSTIC CODES PID 51, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ABOVE NORMAL RANGE PID 51, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION BELOW NORMAL RANGE PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 51, FMI 7, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE IS NOT RESPONDING PID 91, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 21, THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 91, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 22, THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 94, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 47, FUEL PRESSURE HIGH PID 94, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 48, FUEL PRESSURE LOW PID 94, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 37, FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH

2 5.13 PID 94, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 38, FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 100, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 45, OIL PRESSURE LOW PID 100, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 35, OIL PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 100, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 36, OIL PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 105, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 44, INTAKE MANIFOLD TEMPERATURE HIGH PID 105, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 27, AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 105, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 28, AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 106, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 47, INTAKE MANIFOLD PRESSURE HIGH PID 106, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 48, INTAKE MANIFOLD PRESSURE LOW PID 106, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 67, MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 106, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 67, MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 108, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 86, BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 108, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 87, BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 110, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 44, COOLANT TEMPERATURE HIGH PID 110, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 14, THE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE IS LOW PID 110, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 15, THE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE IS LOW PID 111, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 43, COOLANT LEVEL LOW PID 111, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 16, COOLANT LEVEL SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

3 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 5.31 PID 111, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 13, COOLANT LEVEL SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 173, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 81, EXHAUST TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 173, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 82, EXHAUST TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW PID 174, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 23, FUEL TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH PID 174, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 24, FUEL TEMPERATURE SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

4 5-4 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

5 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 5.1 DIAGNOSTIC CODES The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Association (TMC) have developed a standard data interchange format referred to as J1587. This format defines a standard data list, controller names and numbers, parameter names and numbers and diagnostic fault code formats and numbers. Parameter IDentifiers (PID) are numbers and names used to identify the data in the message (i.e. engine RPM, coolant temperature). Failure Mode Identifiers (FMI) describes the type of failure detected in the subsystem or part identified by the PID. Flash Code provides a two digit number to advise the operator of the general severity of the fault. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

6 5.2 PID 51, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ABOVE NORMAL RANGE 5.2 PID 51, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ABOVE NORMAL RANGE The throttle plate position is above normal range due to an open or short or a faulty throttle Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) for short to the 12V/24V power supply. Check cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-1). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-1 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector 5-6 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

7 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL Also check pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-2). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-2 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 2. [b] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) for short to the 12V/24V power supply. Check cavity Y-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-1). Also check pin E (PWM #2 out) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 3. [b] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 452 (black, engine sensor return) to see if the wire is open. Check cavity Y-2 in the Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-1). Also check pin D (engine sensor return) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is still active, replace the throttle, refer to section [b] If PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Replacing the Throttle Use the bolt tightening sequence and the throttle assembly procedure in the following sections when replacing the throttle. Refer to section for the bolt tightening sequence and refer to section for the throttle assembly procedure Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle. 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

8 5.2 PID 51, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ABOVE NORMAL RANGE Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head. 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow. 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle Throttle Assembly Procedure Replace the throttle assembly as follows: 1. Install the inlet elbow to the throttle body flange with the flow arrow on the throttle body pointing towards the inlet elbow. Attach with four bolts but do not tighten. 2. Install mixer assembly and gasket to opposite flange with four bolts but do not tighten. 3. Attach the PSV and O-ring to the mixer with four Allen head screws but do not tighten. 4. Lubricate O-rings used with fuel transfer tube with Lubriplate prior to assembly. 5. Install O-rings to fuel transfer tube. Apply Teflon liquid pipe sealant to threads (see Figure 5-3). 6. Thread fuel transfer tube into regulator and tighten. NOTE: The fuel transfer tube must thread into the regulator just far enough so the O-ring seal doesn t bottom in the PSV valve and cut the seal when the regulator is bolted to the inlet elbow. Lubriplate is a registered trademark of Fiske Brothers Refining Company. Teflon is a registered trademark of E. I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, Inc. 5-8 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

9 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 7. Install the low pressure regulator and fuel transfer into the PSV. Bolt regulator to inlet elbow with two bolts but do not tighten (see Figure 5-3). 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor 9. Washer 2. IMPCO Regulator 10. PSV O-ring 3. Elbow 11. Bolt 4. Balance Line 12. Mixer Assembly 5. Fuel Transfer Tube 13. Gasket 6. O-rings 14. Throttle Body 7. PSV 15. Elbow 8. Bolt 16. Air Temperature Sensor Figure 5-3 Assembling the Throttle Series 50G 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

10 5.2 PID 51, FMI 0, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ABOVE NORMAL RANGE 8. Install throttle, PSV, mixer and inlet elbow to engine positioning inlet hose over inlet elbow and inlet manifold. Rest the throttle on the throttle bracket (see Figure 5-4). 1. Bolt 7. Air Temperature Sensor 2. Throttle Bracket 8. Elbow 3. Gear Case Cover-to-Bracket Bolts 9. Clamp 4. Throttle Actuator 10. Hose 5. Bushing 11. Inlet Manifold 6. Gasket Figure 5-4 Throttle, Bracket, and Inlet Elbow Assembly Series 50G 9. Install four bolts through the throttle bracket into the bottom of the throttle and two bolts through the side of the throttle bracket into the inlet elbow but do not tighten. 10. Tighten the four mixer to throttle bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

11 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 11. Tighten the four throttle to inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 12. Tighten the two bolts that hold the regulator to the inlet elbow and tighten the four screws that hold the PSV to the mixer. 13. Adjust the two bolts through the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow and the four bolts through the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle alternatively to insure that there is no bind in the throttle. Torque the two brackets to the inlet elbow bolts at 34 Nm (25 ft lb) and the four throttle mounting bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful: 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 0, Flash Code 65 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

12 5.3 PID 51, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION BELOW NORMAL RANGE 5.3 PID 51, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION BELOW NORMAL RANGE The throttle plate position is below normal range due to an open or short or a faulty throttle Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) cavity Y-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-5) for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) pin B in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-6). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-5 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector 5-12 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

13 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL Also check pin E (PWM #2 out) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-6). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-6 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 2. [b] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is not active, refer to section Check wire 445 (throttle body power) to see if the wire is open at pin A (throttle body power) in the throttle actuator connector or pin D (throttle body power) in the OEM Power Harness (male/female connection). [a] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 3. [b] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is not active, refer to section Check wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) to see if the wire is open at pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector or pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the OEM Ground Harness (male/female connection). Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is still active, replace the throttle, refer to section [b] If PID 51, FMI 1, Flash Code 65 is not active, refer to section Replacing the Throttle Use the bolt tightening sequence and the throttle assembly procedure in the following sections when replacing the throttle. Refer to section for the bolt tightening sequence and refer to section for the throttle assembly procedure Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence: 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

14 5.3 PID 51, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION BELOW NORMAL RANGE Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head. 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow. 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle Throttle Assembly Procedure Replace the throttle assembly as follows: 1. Install the inlet elbow to the throttle flange with the flow arrow on the throttle pointing towards the inlet elbow. Attach with four bolts but do not tighten. 2. Install mixer assemble to opposite flange using the same gasket with four bolts but do not tighten. 3. Attach the PSV and O-ring to the mixer with four Allen head screws but do not tighten. 4. Lubricate O-rings used with fuel transfer tube with Lubriplate prior to assembly. 5. Install O-rings to fuel transfer tube. Apply Teflon liquid pipe sealant to threads. 6. Thread fuel transfer tube into regulator and tighten. NOTE: The fuel transfer tube must thread into the regulator just far enough so the O-ring seal doesn t bottom in the PSV valve and cut the seal when the regulator is bolted to the inlet elbow From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

15 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 7. Install the low pressure regulator and fuel transfer into the PSV. Bolt regulator to inlet elbow with two bolts but do not tighten (See Figure 5-7). 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor 9. Washer 2. IMPCO Regulator 10. PSV O-ring 3. Elbow 11. Bolt 4. Balance Line 12. Mixer Assembly 5. Fuel transfer Tube 113. Gasket 6. O-rings 14. Throttle Body 7. PSV 15. Elbow 8. Bolt 16. Air Temperature Sensor Figure 5-7 Assembling the Throttle Series 50G 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

16 5.3 PID 51, FMI 1, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION BELOW NORMAL RANGE 8. Install throttle, PSV, mixer and inlet elbow to engine positioning inlet hose over inlet elbow and inlet manifold. Rest the throttle on the throttle bracket (see Figure 5-8). 1. Bolt 7. Air Temperature Sensor 2. Throttle Bracket 8. Elbow 3. Gear Case Cover-to-Bracket Bolts 9. Clamp 4. Throttle Actuator 10. Hose 5. Bushing 11. Inlet Manifold 6. Gasket Figure 5-8 Throttle, Bracket, and Inlet Elbow Assembly Series 50G 9. Install four bolts through the throttle bracket into the bottom of the throttle and two bolts through the side of the throttle bracket into the inlet elbow but do not tighten. 10. Tighten the four mixer to throttle bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

17 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 11. Tighten the four throttle to inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 12. Tighten the two bolts that hold the regulator to the inlet elbow and tighten the four screws that hold the PSV to the mixer. 13. Adjust the two bolts through the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow and the four bolts through the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle alternatively to insure that there is no bind in the throttle. Torque the two brackets to the inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) and the four throttle mounting bolts at 34 Nm (25 ft lb). [a] If the code is still active, call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. [b] If the code is no longer active, refer to section Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful : 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 01, Flash Code 65 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

18 5.4 PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC 5.4 PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC The throttle plate position is erratic due to an open or short or a faulty throttle Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) in cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open (see Figure 5-9). Figure 5-9 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector 5-18 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

19 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL Also check pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-10). Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. Figure 5-10 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 2. [b] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-9). Also check pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector, and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 3. [b] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) in cavity Y-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open (see Figure 5-9). Also check pin E (PWM #2 out) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 4. [b] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) in cavity Y-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector for a short to wire 416 (gray, sensor supply 5 VDC) in cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open (see Figure 5-9). Also check pin C (sensor supply +5 VDC) and pin E (PWM #2 out) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 5. [b] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 910 (orange, PWM #3 out) in cavity W-2 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector for a short to wire 416 (gray, sensor supply 5 VDC) in cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-9). Also check pin C (sensor supply +5 VDC) and 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

20 5.4 PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC pin H (PWM #3 out) in the PSV connector (see Figure 5-11). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-11 PSV Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active, replace the throttle (refer to section 5.4.2). [b] If PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Replacing the Throttle Use the bolt tightening sequence and the throttle assembly procedure in the following sections when replacing the throttle. Refer to section for the bolt tightening sequence and refer to section for the throttle assembly procedure Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence: 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head. 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

21 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle Throttle Assembly Procedure Replace the throttle assembly as follows: 1. Install the inlet elbow to the throttle flange with the flow arrow on the throttle pointing towards the inlet elbow. Attach with four bolts but do not tighten. 2. Install mixer assemble to opposite flange using the same gasket with four bolts but do not tighten. 3. Attach the PSV and O-ring to the mixer with four Allen head screws but do not tighten. 4. Lubricate O-rings used with fuel transfer tube with Lubriplate prior to assembly. 5. Install O-rings to fuel transfer tube. Apply Teflon liquid pipe sealant to threads (see Figure 5-12). 6. Thread fuel transfer tube into regulator and tighten. NOTE: The fuel transfer tube must thread into the regulator just far enough so the O-ring seal doesn t bottom in the PSV valve and cut the seal when the regulator is bolted to the inlet elbow. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

22 5.4 PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC 7. Install the low pressure regulator and fuel transfer into the PSV. Bolt regulator to inlet elbow with two bolts but do not tighten (see Figure 5-12). 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor 9. Washer 2. IMPCO Regulator 10. PSV O-ring 3. Elbow 11. Bolt 4. Balance Line 12. Mixer Assembly 5. Fuel Transfer Tube 13. Gasket 6. Bolt 14. Throttle Body 7. PSV 15. Elbow 8. Bolt 16. Air Temperature Sensor Figure 5-12 Assembling the Throttle 5-22 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

23 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 8. Install throttle, PSV, mixer and inlet elbow to engine positioning inlet hose over inlet elbow and inlet manifold. Rest the throttle on the throttle bracket (see Figure 5-13). 1. Bolt 7. Air Temperature Sensor 2. Throttle Bracket 8. Elbow 3. Gear Case Cover-to-Bracket Bolts 9. Clamp 4. Throttle Actuator 10. Hose 5. Bushing 11. Inlet Assembly 6. Gasket Figure 5-13 Throttle, Bracket, and Inlet Elbow Assembly Series 50G 9. Install four bolts through the throttle bracket into the bottom of the throttle and two bolts through the side of the throttle bracket into the inlet elbow but do not tighten. 10. Tighten the four mixer to throttle bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

24 5.4 PID 51, FMI 2, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION ERRATIC 11. Tighten the four throttle to inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 12. Tighten the two bolts that hold the regulator to the inlet elbow and tighten the four screws that hold the PSV to the mixer. 13. Adjust the two bolts through the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow and the four bolts through the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle alternatively to insure that there is no bind in the throttle. Torque the two brackets to the inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) and the four throttle mounting bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb). [a] If the code is still active, call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. [b] If the code is no longer active, refer to section Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful : 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 2, Flash Code 65 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

25 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 5.5 PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH The throttle plate position sensor input voltage is high due to a short or a faulty throttle Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector for a short to wire 416 (gray, sensor supply, 5 VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH (see Figure 5-14). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-14 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

26 5.5 PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH Also check pin F (throttle plate position) and pin C (sensor supply +5 VDC) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-15). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-15 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 3, Flash Code 17 is still active, go to step 2. [b] If PID 51, FMI 3, Flash Code 17 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 907 for a short to the +12V/+24V power supply. Check cavity R-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector and pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 3, Flash Code 17 is still active, replace the throttle (refer to section 5.5.2). [b] If PID 51, FMI 3, Flash Code 17 is no longer active, refer to section Throttle Assembly Procedure Use the bolt tightening sequence and the throttle assembly procedure in the following sections when replacing the throttle. Refer to section for the bolt tightening sequence and refer to section for the throttle assembly procedure Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence: 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

27 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow. 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle Throttle Assembly Procedure Replace the throttle assembly as follows: 1. Install the inlet elbow to the throttle flange with the flow arrow on the throttle pointing towards the inlet elbow. 2. Install mixer assemble to opposite flange using the same gasket with four bolts but do not tighten. 3. Attach the PSV and O-ring to the mixer with four Allen head screws but do not tighten. 4. Lubricate O-rings used with fuel transfer tube with Lubriplate prior to assembly. 5. Install O-rings to fuel transfer tube. Apply Teflon liquid pipe sealant to threads (see Figure 5-16). 6. Thread fuel transfer tube into regulator and tighten. NOTE: The fuel transfer tube must thread into the regulator just far enough so the O-ring seal doesn t bottom in the PSV valve and cut the seal when the regulator is bolted to the inlet elbow. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

28 5.5 PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH 7. Install the low pressure regulator and fuel transfer into the PSV. Bolt regulator to inlet elbow with two bolts but do not tighten (see Figure 5-16). 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor 9. Washer 2. IMPCO Regulator 10. PSV O-ring 3. Elbow 11. Bolt 4. Balance Line 12. Mixer Assembly 5. Fuel Transfer Tube 13. Gasket 6. O-rings 14. Throttle Body 7. PSV 15. Elbow 8. Bolt 16. Air Temperature Sensor Figure 5-16 Assembling the Throttle 5-28 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

29 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 8. Install throttle, PSV, mixer and inlet elbow to engine positioning inlet hose over inlet elbow and inlet manifold. Rest the throttle on the throttle bracket (see Figure 5-17). 1. Bolt 7. Air Temperature Sensor 2. Throttle Bracket 8. Elbow 3. Gear Case Cover-to-Bracket Bolts 9. Clamp 4. Throttle Actuator 10. Hose 5. Bushing 11. Inlet Manifold 6. Gasket Figure 5-17 Throttle, Bracket, and Inlet Elbow Assembly Series 50G 9. Install four bolts through the throttle bracket into the bottom of the throttle and two bolts through the side of the throttle bracket into the inlet elbow but do not tighten. 10. Tighten the four mixer to throttle bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

30 5.5 PID 51, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 17, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH 11. Tighten the four throttle to inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 12. Tighten the two bolts that hold the regulator to the inlet elbow and tighten the four screws that hold the PSV to the mixer. 13. Adjust the two bolts through the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow and the four bolts through the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle alternatively to insure that there is no bind in the throttle. Torque the two brackets to the inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) and the four throttle mounting bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb). [a] If the code is still active, call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. [b] If the code is no longer active, refer to section Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful : 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 3, Flash Code 17 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

31 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 5.6 PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW The throttle plate position sensor input voltage is below normal range due to an open or short or a faulty throttle Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) in cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open (see Figure 5-18). Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. Figure 5-18 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is still active, go to step 2. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

32 5.6 PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW [b] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is not active, refer to section Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-18) for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-19). Also check pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector, and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-19). If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. Figure 5-19 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is still active, go to step 3. [b] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is not active, refer to section Check wire 416 (gray, sensor supply, 5 VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open. ( see Figure 5-18) and check pin C (sensor supply +5 VDC) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is still active, go to step 4. [b] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is not active, refer to section Check wire 416 (gray, sensor supply, 5 VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector to see if there is a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector. Also check pin C (sensor supply +5 VDC) and pin B (throttle actuator ground) both in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If the code is still active, replace the throttle (refer to section 5.6.2). [b] If PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is not active, refer to section Throttle Assembly Procedure Use the bolt tightening sequence and the throttle assembly procedure in the following sections when replacing the throttle Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence: 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle 5-32 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

33 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head. 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow. 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle Throttle Assembly Procedure Replace the throttle assembly as follows: 1. Install the inlet elbow to the throttle flange with the flow arrow on the throttle pointing towards the inlet elbow. 2. Install mixer assemble to opposite flange using the same gasket with four bolts but do not tighten. 3. Attach the PSV and O-ring to the mixer with four Allen head screws but do not tighten. 4. Lubricate O-rings used with fuel transfer tube with Lubriplate prior to assembly. 5. Install O-rings to fuel transfer tube. Apply liquid pipe sealant to threads (see Figure 5-20). 6. Thread fuel transfer tube into regulator and tighten. NOTE: The fuel transfer tube must thread into the regulator just far enough so the O-ring seal doesn t bottom in the PSV valve and cut the seal when the regulator is bolted to the inlet elbow. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

34 5.6 PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW 7. Install the low pressure regulator and fuel transfer into the PSV. Bolt regulator to inlet elbow with two bolts but do not tighten (see Figure 5-20). 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor 9. Washer 2. IMPCO Regulator 10. PSV O-ring 3. Elbow 11. Bolt 4. Balance Line 12. Mixer Assembly 5. Fuel Transfer Tube 13. Gasket 6. O-rings 14. Throttle Body 7. PSV 15. Elbow 8. Bolt 16. Air Temperature Sensor Figure 5-20 Assembling the Throttle Series 50G 5-34 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

35 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 8. Install throttle, PSV, mixer and inlet elbow to engine positioning inlet hose over inlet elbow and inlet manifold. Rest the throttle on the throttle bracket (see Figure 5-21). 1. Bolt 7. Air Temperature Sensor 2. Throttle Bracket 8. Elbow 3. Gear Case Cover-to-Bracket Bolts 9. Clamp 4. Throttle Actuator 10. Hose 5. Bushing 11. Inlet Manifold 6. Gasket Figure 5-21 Throttle, Bracket, and Inlet Elbow Assembly Series 50G 9. Install four bolts through the throttle bracket into the bottom of the throttle and two bolts through the side of the throttle bracket into the inlet elbow but do not tighten. 10. Tighten the four mixer to throttle bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

36 5.6 PID 51, FMI 4, FLASH CODE 18, THROTTLE PLATE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE LOW 11. Tighten the four throttle to inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) torque. 12. Tighten the two bolts that hold the regulator to the inlet elbow and tighten the four screws that hold the PSV to the mixer. 13. Adjust the two bolts through the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow and the four bolts through the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle alternatively to insure that there is no bind in the throttle. Torque the two brackets to the inlet elbow bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb) and the four throttle mounting bolts at 34 N m (25 ft lb). [a] If the code is still active, call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. [b] If the code is no longer active, refer to section Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful : 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 4, Flash Code 18 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

37 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 5.7 PID 51, FMI 7, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE IS NOT RESPONDING The throttle plate is not responding due to an open wire, a short, throttle plate actuator alignment, or a faulty throttle plate actuator Troubleshooting PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the Engine Sensor Harness (ESH) 30 pin connector to see if the wire is open ( see Figure 5-22). Figure 5-22 Engine Sensor Harness 30 pin Connector 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

38 5.7 PID 51, FMI 7, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE IS NOT RESPONDING Check pin F (throttle plate position ) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-23). Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. Figure 5-23 Throttle Actuator Connector [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 2. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin F (throttle plate position) in the throttle actuator connector, and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 3. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 907 (dark green, throttle plate position) cavity R-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector for a short to wire 416 (gray, sensor supply 5VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin F (throttle plate position) and pin C (sensor supply, +5VDC) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 4. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 416 (gray, sensor supply, 5VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector to see if it is open (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin C (sensor supply, +5VDC) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 5. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 416 (gray, sensor supply, 5VDC) cavity W-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin C (sensor supply, +5VDC) in the throttle actuator connector, and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 6. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

39 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL 6. Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) cavity Y-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector to see if it is open (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin E (PWM #2 out) in the throttle actuator connector. Repair or replace any open wires, pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 7. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 909 (light green, PWM #2 out) cavity Y-1 in the ESH 30 pin connector for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin E (PWM #2 out) and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the throttle actuator connector. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 8. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 445 (red, throttle body power) pin A in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin D (throttle body power) in the OEM Power Harness (male/female connection). [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 9. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 445 (red, throttle body power) pin A in the throttle actuator connector for a short to wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) and pin B in the throttle actuator connector (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin D (throttle body power) in the OEM Power Harness (male/female connection) and pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the OEM Ground Harness (male/female connection). If there is an open wire, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 10. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check wire 956 (black, throttle actuator ground) pin B in the throttle actuator connector to see if it is open. (see Figure 5-22). Also check pin B (throttle actuator ground) in the OEM Ground Harness (male/female connection). [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, go to step 11. [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Check the throttle plate actuator alignment using the bolt tightening sequence (refer to section 5.7.2) Bolt Tightening Sequence Loosen the bolts using the following sequence: 1. Loosen the four bolts that attach the intake elbow to the rear of the throttle. 2. Loosen the four bolts that attach the Mixer/PSV assembly to the front of the throttle 3. Loosen the two bolts that attach the low pressure regulator to the intake elbow. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

40 5.7 PID 51, FMI 7, FLASH CODE 65, THROTTLE PLATE IS NOT RESPONDING 4. Loosen the four bolts that attach the throttle to the throttle bracket. Tighten all the bolts using the following sequence: NOTE: Torque for all bolts is 34 N m (25 ft lb). 1. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the gear case. 2. Tighten the one bolt from the throttle bracket to the cylinder head. 3. Tighten the four bolts from the Mixer/PSV assembly to the throttle. 4. Tighten the four bolts from the throttle to the inlet elbow. 5. Tighten the two bolts from the IMPCO regulator. 6. Tighten the two bolts from the throttle bracket to the inlet elbow. 7. Tighten the four bolts from the bottom of the throttle bracket to the throttle. [a] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active, replace the throttle plate actuator (refer to section 5.7.3). [b] If PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is no longer active, refer to section Replacement of the Throttle Actualor The throttle actuator (see Figure 5-24) is non-serviceable and should be replaced as a unit. Figure 5-24 Throttle Actuator for the Series 60G Engine 5-40 From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

41 SERIES 50G/60G TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL Removal of Throttle Actuator Remove the throttle actuator as follows: 1. Vent the fuel system. 2. Disconnect and remove the six-wire power harness connectors from the throttle actuator. 3. Remove the four bolts connecting the throttle actuator to the mounting bracket. 4. Remove the eight bolts attaching the throttle to the inlet and outlet tube assemblies Installation of Throttle Actuator Install the throttle actuator as follows: 1. Secure the throttle actuator to the mounting bracket with the four bolts and torque to 20 N m (15 lb ft). 2. Connect the six-wire power harness. 3. Install a new gasket and attach the outlet tube assembly using four bolts. 4. Install a new gasket and attach the inlet tube assembly using four bolts. 5. Run engine and check for air or air and fuel mixture leaks at the throttle and connecting hoses. [a] If the code is still active, call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. [b] If the code is no longer active, refer to section Verification Verify that troubleshooting was successful as follows: 1. Check the DDR to see if PID 51, FMI 7, Flash Code 65 is still active. [a] If the code is still active, go to step 2. [b] If the code is not active, troubleshooting is complete. 2. Call Detroit Diesel Technical Service. 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS

42 5.8 PID 91, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 21, THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH 5.8 PID 91, FMI 3, FLASH CODE 21, THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INPUT VOLTAGE HIGH The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) in the Electronic Foot Pedal Assembly (EFPA), see Figure 5-25, has high input voltage due to a short. Figure 5-25 Typical EFPA Device (Shown with 6 pin Connector) Troubleshooting PID 91, FMI 3, Flash Code 21 Troubleshoot as follows: NOTICE: To avoid damage to the harness and connectors when disconnecting harness connectors, ensure the pulling force is applied to the connectors and not to the wires extending from the connectors. 1. Check wire 417 (dark blue, Throttle Position Sensor) cavity D-2 in the Vehicle Interface Harness (VIH) 30 pin connector for a short to wire 916 (red/black) cavity A-3 in the VIH 30 pin connector (see Figure 5-26). Also check pin B (TPS) and pin C (Sensor Supply, +5VDC) in the TPS connector within the EFPA. If there is a short, repair or replace the wire(s), pins, and sockets From Bulletin 1-50G/60GTS-01 6SE Copyright 2001 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION

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