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DAF CF, LF, XF Fault Codes ECAS, Airtronic

DAF CF, LF & XF Fault Codes DTC pages:

 

Hydronic (autonomous system that warms up the truck), D3LC (Eberspächer Heater) DAF DTC

 

EBS (electronic braking system) DAF DTC

 

EBS-2 (electronic braking system) DAF DTC

 

EMAS (electro-hydraulic steering system) DAF DTC

 

AS-TRONIC (gearbox module) DAF DTC

 

UPEC (injection control) DAF DTC

 

ALS (alarm), AGS (lubrication system) DAF DTC

 

CDMVIC (data processing module) DAF DTC

 

CDS-3 (central door lock ver. 3)ABS-E (brake system) DAF DTC

 

ABS (brake system)ASR (brake system) DAF DTC

 

ABSASR-D DAF DTC

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DAF LF45 LF55 CF65 CF75 CF85 XF95 Trucks Fault Codes DTC
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DAF LF, CF, XF ECAS - 3 Fault Codes DTC

DAF LF45 LF55 CF65 CF75 CF85 XF95 Trucks Fault Codes DTC

 

10-80

Internal fault in the electronic control unit

- There is no control of chassis height

10-82

Internal faults in the electronic control unit due to the specific data

- There is no control of chassis height

10-83

Internal faults in electronic malfunctions due to settings control unit

- There is no control of chassis height

10-84

Internal faults in the electronic control unit as a result of the calibration

Data height sensor

- There is no control of chassis height

10-88

Internal faults in electronic data due Wabco control unit

- No significant system constraints

11-90

Open the power supply before contact at terminal 5 the electronic control unit

- No significant system constraints

- Lack of communication with the diagnostic tool

30-21

Short-circuit to ground at pin 21 of the electronic control unit, 3/2-way valve allows air into or releasing air from the rear axle (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The remote control can only be used for lowering the chassis (venting through the bellows)

30-24

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output 21 of the electronic control unit, 3/2-way valve allows air into or releasing air from the rear axle (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The remote control can only be used to lift the chassis (air inlet through the bellows)

31-21

Short circuit in the electronic control unit weight at terminal 8, 2/2-way valve, driven by the bridge on the left (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The system does not respond to the remote control commands

31-24

Short circuit in the power supply, or disconnection at the output 8 of the electronic control unit, 2/2-way valve, driven by the bridge on the left (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The system does not respond to the remote control commands

32-21

Short-circuit to ground at pin 20 of the electronic control unit, 2/2-way valve, driven by the bridge on the left (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The normal level of function does not work for driving

32-24

Short circuit in the power supply or open connection on pin 20 of the electronic control unit, 2/2-way valve, driven by the bridge on the left (V250)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The normal level of function does not work for driving


35-21

Short-circuit to ground at pin 10 of the electronic control unit, 2/2-way valve, front axle (166)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The system does not respond to the remote control commands

35-24

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output 10 of the electronic control unit, 2/2-way valve, front axle (166)

- Chassis height at the front axle rear axle repeats

36-21

A short to ground in the domestic relay valves

 

36-24

Short circuit in the power supply, or disconnection in the domestic relay valves

- There is no control of chassis height

- The system does not respond to the remote control commands

40-41

Short-circuit to ground at pin 19 of the electronic control unit, the left height sensor, the driven axle (F612)

- No chassis height control Left Rear

40-43

Value is out of range at terminal 19 of the electronic control unit, the left height sensor, driven moct (F612)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The normal level of function does not work for driving

40-44

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output of the electronic unit 19, the left height sensor, the driven axle (F612)

- No chassis height control Left Rear

41-41

Short circuit in the electronic control unit weight of at Pin 7, the right height sensor, the driven axle (F613)

- No chassis height control Left Rear

41-43

The value is outside the range of the electronic control unit from the terminal 7, the right height sensor, the driven axle (F613)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The normal level of function does not work for driving

41-44

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output 7 of the electronic control unit, the right height sensor, the driven axle (F613)

- No chassis height control Left Rear

42-41

Short circuit in the electronic control unit weight of at Pin 6, height sensor, front axle (F614)

- No chassis height control at the front axle

42-43

Value is out of range on the withdrawal of the electronic control unit 6, height sensor, front axle (F614)

- There is no control of chassis height

- The normal level of function does not work for driving

42-44

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output 6 of the electronic control unit, height sensor, front axle (F614)

- No chassis height control at the front axle

55-42

Short circuit in the power supply or open circuit on the output 12 of the electronic control unit, a speed signal

- There is no control of chassis height

- AS EU to respond quickly to changes in height (unstable level

control)

DAF LF, CF, XF Fault Codes AIRTRONIC DTC

0-0

Internal faults in the electronic control unit (D871):

- Faulty electronic control unit (D871)

- Insufficient battery voltage

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

0-1

Internal faults in the electronic control unit (D871):

- Faulty internal temperature sensor in the electronic unit

Control (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

1-0

Failed to start ACH-EA, during the launch of the flame is not detected:

- The absence or lack of fuel supply

- Insufficient air supply

- Clogged exhaust

- Faulty flame sensor (combination sensor F691)

- Damaged filament (V168)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

1-4

Too many failed start attempts (cutoff activation)

- Cabin heater does not start. cab heater is switched off

after more than 255 unsuccessful starts and the electronic unit is blocked.

- The electronic unit is unlocked erasing fault codes

using diagnostic equipment

2-0

The flame goes out frequently during the operation of a heater:

- The absence or lack of fuel supply

- Insufficient air supply

- Clogged exhaust

- Faulty flame sensor (combination sensor F691)

- Cabin heater does not work, or smokes, highlighting the lack of

The amount of heat

3-1

Too high voltage (above 30 V for 20 seconds) at terminal 1 of an electronic control unit (D871):

- Excessive generator voltage / battery

- Cabin heater fails during operation

3-2

Too low voltage (below 20 V for 20 seconds) at terminal 1 of an electronic control unit (D871):

- Insufficient generator voltage and / Battery

- Open circuit at terminal 1 of the electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater fails during operation

4-0

fire alarm at startup:

- Defective flame sensor (combination sensor F691)

- Faulty electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

5-1

Short circuit to earth or to supply the flame sensor supply

(Combined sensor F691) on the FF1 and FF2 conclusions of an electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

5-2

Open flame sensor (combination sensor F691) on the findings and FF1 / FF2 or electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

5-3

flame sensor signal (F691 combined sensor) is out of range

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

6-1

Short-circuit to ground or supply temperature sensor supply

thermostat unit (E566) at terminal 13 and / or 10 of the electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

6-2

Open the thermostat temperature sensor unit (E566) at terminal 13 and / or 10 of the electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

7-1

Short-circuit to ground or to the power supply module in the fuel

pump with a level sensor (B 122) at the terminals 4 and / or 9 of the electronic control unit (1) 871)

Internal fault in the fuel pump module with the sensor

level (B 122)

- Cabin heater does not start

7-2

Open at the terminals 4 and / or 9 of the electronic (D871) of the control unit, fuel pump module with level sensor (B122)

- Cabin heater does not start

8-1

Internal fault in the fuel pump module from the level sensor (B 122)

Short-circuit to ground or power supply fan

cab heater (V305) on the findings of BM1 and BM2 electronic control unit (D871)

Internal fault in the fan (V305)

- Cabin heater does not start

8-2

Open cockpit heater fan (V305) to BM1 findings and / or

ECU BM2 (D871)

Internal fault in the fan (V305)

- Cabin heater does not start

8-3

Deviation of the cab heater fan speed:

- Blocking the fan

- No solenoid electric motor

- Malfunction of the electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater fails during operation

9-1

Short-circuit to ground or power supply filament

(B 168) on the withdrawal and GS1 / GS2 or electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater fails during operation

9-2

Open filament yarn (B 168) on the withdrawal and GS1 / GS2 or electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater fails during operation

10-0

Cab heater overheats too often:

- Clogged pipes of hot air

- Faulty overheating sensor (combination sensor F691)

- Cabin heater fails during operation

10-4

Activated safety function ACH-EA as a result of too frequent overheating

- The electronic control unit is blocked

12-1

Short-circuit to ground or supply thermostat power supply

(E566) at the terminals 10, 11 and / or 13 of the electronic control unit

(D871)

Internal fault in the thermostat box (E566) or timer unit

(E581)

- Cabin heater does not start

- Cabin heater does not turn on or off when the

desired temperature

12-2

Open the thermostat box (F566) at the terminals 10 and / or 11 of the electronic control unit (D871)

Internal fault in the thermostat box (E566) or timer unit

(E581)

- Cabin heater does not start

- Cabin heater does not turn on or off when the

desired temperature

13-1

Short-circuit to ground or power supply overheating sensor

(Combined sensor F691) on UF1 findings FF2 and an electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

13-2

Open the overheating sensor (combination sensor F691) on UF1 findings and / or FF2 electronic control unit (D871)

- Cabin heater does not start or fails during operation

13-3

The value of the combined sensor (F691) is outside the measuring range:

- Clogging of pipes of hot air

- Faulty overheat sensor (combination sensor F691)

- Inadequate flow of the intake air

- Malfunction of the flame sensor (combination sensor)