Diagonal 1 voltage is erratic. Many are also color coded. Subsequent accounts created in an effort to side-step the rules and moderation process are subject to automatic removal without notice. Check for corroded or damaged connectors. I can just barely touch them, or bear down on them all the way, or anything in between. I have to disagree on this using an engine or exaust brake on snow and ice is safer than hitting brakes. With service brake released, check for presence of the stop lamp bulb.
. Wet-Dry switches - we had one that worked on our 1969 International-Young engine all the way up to 1996 when she was retired. Verify proper installation, connection, and wiring of the sensors. And stay on it has! That sounds odd, but it has worked fine ever since. I can't say if your doing the right thing or not. I had heard in the past this was more of an issue with light in the rear end situations, such as a tractor bobtailing without a trailer or an empty water tanker. Post in the correct forum and have clear titles for your threads.
Please post in English or provide a translation. My hypothesis is that the output signal wire pin 14 on x1 harness is shorted some where. All reported posts will be addressed and dealt with as deemed appropriate by Firehouse. Some obvious examples are coming to a portion of road that is covered in standing water, coming down a hill and seeing black ice ahead, slush grabbing the tires when changing lanes, etc. If your not using it in the winter you are only cheating yourself. If your engine brake causes you to slide then you surely are not going to slow down by hitting your brakes.
A 3-day suspension will be issued if the user continues to break the forum rules. The bottom line is, you need to know your truck, what it has, how it works, and nothing beats experience. User s whose posts are determined by Firehouse. Am I doing the right thing? If this engages the auxiliary brake when equipped the immediate slowing may cause a more rapid deceleration than intended. The wiring schematic in the video is not totally accurate because there is no blink code switch on the Thomas C2 school bus. We have now exhaused my knowledge of this system. If you have a digital camera, a snapshot of how things looked before you disconnected it all can be very helpful.
I not aware of any service manuals for our Birds. If Johnny Anderson doesn't respond, and I guess they can't be in the position of spending all their time handing out free advice, I might suggest contacting George Morris whose contact info is on the site somewhere. We have now exhaused my knowledge of this system. Once you'll started skidding, it may be too late. Check for corroded or damaged connectors on J1939 link. Evidently the wires enter the coach through the floor where it is mounted.
Eric currently outside of Ft. With the blink code switch you count the fault light flashes on the dash and refer to the blink code chart to determine what the problem is. But under the name of 'liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened. The old-old school drivers still swore by using it right up to the day she ran her last call. The sensors measure differences in rotational speed to determine if the wheels that are receiving power have lost traction. It's probably 3 or 4 feet above the bottom of the bus. You'd be surprised how something that seems so simple when it's together can get really confusing later.
Very often apparatus drivers have the majority of their large vehicle driving experience in a firetruck, nothing else. If that doesn't work, I'm sure the guys at Parliament can assist. Simply, if it wasn't a condition we would want to downshift the pumper, then turn the Jake off. It's almost impossible to get it wrong because the plugs are designed to fit only in the proper hole. Any user in the moderation process may be required to review and agree to by email the terms and conditions listed above before their account is re-instated except for those that are banned.
Andy, I didn't think they would be the same. These detailed troubleshooting trees will walk you through each step of the repair process, allowing you to easily find the issues to get your truck back up on the road quickly. Yes the light still does light up when I turn the key on. If Johnny Anderson doesn't respond, and I guess they can't be in the position of spending all their time handing out free advice, I might suggest contacting George Morris whose contact info is on the site somewhere. I had the same problem when I bought the coach. Your unit may be by itself, which makes things easy because you just replace it.