TROUBLESHOOTING WITH A DIAGNOSTIC CODE - CONTINUED
Table 4. Implement Control - Continued.
TEST OR INSPECTION
3. Check battery.
0168 00 - Continued.
(a) Stop engine (TM 5-3805-291-10).
(b) At battery, measure voltage across
1. If voltage is less than 24.0 VDC,
implement ECM must be incorrectly
recording this problem. Repeat previous
tests. If cause of problem is not found,
replace implement ECM (WP 0060 00).
2. If voltage is greater than 24.0 VDC,
charging system is charging at excessive
voltage. Check charging system (WP
N OT E
Ensure CID 0168 FMI 01 is active and diagnostic code indicator is
1. Check battery voltage.
(a) Start engine (TM 5-3805-291-10).
(b) Run engine at high idle for several
(c) Measure battery voltage at battery
1. If voltage is greater than 18.0 DCV, go
to Test 2.
2. If voltage is less than 18.0 DCV, check
2. Check system voltage at implement
(a) Run engine at high idle.
(b) Locate connector for implement
ECM (WP 0060 00).
1. If voltage is less than 18.0 DCV, replace
voltage between J1-31 (wire 121-
wiring harness in question (WP 0195 00
RD) and J1-13 (wire 210-BK).
thru WP 0201 00).
(d) Measure voltage between J1-39
2. If voltage is greater than 18.0 DCV,
(wire 121-RD) and J1-23 (wire
ensure CID 0168 FMI 01 is active.
Disconnect wiring harness connector
(e) Measure system voltage between
from implement ECM and inspect power
J1-47 (wire 121-RD) and J1-57
and ground contacts for corrosion or
debris. Reconnect wiring harness
connector to implement ECM. If
diagnostic code is active, replace
implement ECM (WP 0060 00).