Table 1. Ride Control Does Not Operate.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Ride Control Does Not
· Always inspect wiring harness connectors that are involved in the circuit.
Poor connections can often be the cause of a problem in an electrical
circuit. Verify that all connections in the circuit are clean and secure and
that all connections are in good condition. If a problem with the
connection is found, correct the problem and verify that this malfunction
or diagnostic code is active before performing this procedure.
· Perform open or short-circuit test at each wiring harness connection to
identify the correct wiring harness to replace.
· Tag all wiring harnesses to aid in installation.
· Perform this test only if condition is active.
Test Step 1. Check for Active
Diagnostic Codes Are Not Active-
Connect MSD, select Transmission
Proceed to Test Step 2.
924 and check for active diagnostic
codes (WP 0008).
Diagnostic Code 367 Is Active
Refer to (WP 0088) and repair
diagnostic code 367 first.
Other Diagnostic Codes Are Active
Refer to (WP 0005) and repair active
diagnostic codes first.
Test Step 2. Check Bypass Valve.
1. Turn ignition switch and battery
disconnect switch to OFF position
2. Lower the tool to the ground
3. Ensure bypass valve is closed
Bypass Valve Is Closed Proceed to
Test Step 3.
Bypass Valve Is Open Close bypass
valve (TM 5-3805-298-10).
Proceed to Test Step 21.
Test Step 3. Test Ride Control
Accumulator Is Charged.
1. Turn battery disconnect switch to
ON position and start engine