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GINAF Trucks Fault Codes DTC

 

Fault code 1  

The pressure in the emergency steering system is monitored by the pressure switch mounted on DS1 or DS (depending on vehicle type and superstructure). If this pressure becomes too low, the pressure switch switches after approx. 8 sec. provided the speed is in excess of 5 km/h.

 

Fault code 2 

If the oil level as measured with a float switch remains below the minimum for longer than 10 seconds, a fault message is generated and the emergency steering system is activated in order to steer the rear axle to the centre position. The HPVS control system is also deactivated. Lowest position and lowering lifting axle (if fitted) are operations that are still possible! 

 

Fault code 3.1  

 

The ECU continuously examines whether the difference between the desired value (target) and the actual value (actual) is not too large. The difference between these values can also be too large without this being due to a fault, for example if the ignition is on with the engine off. This is why no check is run at v < 5 km/h. It may also happen that with rapid steering and a low engine speed the rear axle cannot steer quickly enough. In this situation the system must not generate a fault message. A target-actual fault message may arise as a result of another fault, for example wire breakage in the angle sensor at left or right rear. The emergency steering system is activated until the axle is in the straight-ahead position. SP5.1 and SP5.2 are not activated, not even at high speed. The reason for this is that when bypass valve SP12 is activated for, say, HPVS the cylinders will still attempt to steer against the locked emergency steering system if, for instance, a steering valve (SP1 to 4) is jammed in the switched state. 

(Before mid-1993 SP5.1 and SP5.2 were activated at high speed when this fault code was generated). 

 

Fault code 3.2 

 

As for fault code 3.1, for right rear.

 

Fault code 4  

 

The ECU receives the speed signal via D3 in the tachograph or via the DAF system's CTE (central time unit). The pulses from D3 or from the CTE are not received, or only very irregularly, on the ECU. The system reacts as for fault code 3.1, though now with dual locking by activation of SP5.1 and SP5.2. 

 

Fault code 5.1  

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the front angle sensor. The system reacts as for fault code 4. 


Fault code 5.2

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the front angle sensor. The system reacts as for fault code 4. 

 

Fault code 6.1  

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the length sensor in the left rear cylinder. The system reacts as for fault code 3.1.

 

Fault code 6.2

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the length sensor in the left rear cylinder. 

The system reacts as for fault code 3.1.

 

Fault code 7.1 

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the length sensor in the right rear cylinder. 

The system reacts as for fault code 3.1.

 

Fault code 7.2 

 

Wire breakage or short-circuit in the circuit of the length sensor in the right rear cylinder. The system reacts as for fault code 3.1.

 

Fault code 8.1  

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. The system reacts as for fault code 4. 

 

Fault code 8.2 

As for fault code 8.1, for SP2.

 

Fault code 8.3

 

As for fault code 8.1, for SP3.

 

Fault code 8.4

 

As for fault code 8.1, for SP4.

 

Fault code 9  

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be for approx. 1 sec. The system reacts as for fault code 3.1.

 

Fault code 10 

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be for approx. 1 sec. The system reacts as for fault code 4.

 

Fault code 11.

 

1  A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be for approx. 1 sec. The steering system remains activated. 


Fault code 11.2 

 

As for fault code 11.1, for SP9.

 

Fault code 11.3 

 

As for fault code 11.1, for SP10.

 

Fault code 11.4 

 

As for fault code 11.1, for SP11.

 

Fault code 12  

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. The system reacts as for fault code 2. 

 

Fault code 13 

 

Hier wordt op gecontroleerd wanneer de klep wordt aangestuurd. Er moet ca. 1 sec. A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. The system remains activated, the buzzer gives a signal. Note: on M series, and from end of 1993, SP13 is no longer fitted. Fault code 14  

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. Where superstab is fitted: as for fault code 11.1, otherwise the system continues to work as normal. 

 

Fault code 15 

 

Height and lateral levelling control systems are deactivated, steering system continues to function. 

Note: on vehicles with 'spring-loaded switches' this fault code is not possible.

 

Fault code 16.1 

 

Height control is deactivated, lateral levelling control and steering system are working normally.

 

Fault code 16.2 

 

As for fault code 16.2, for right-hand side.

 

Fault code 17  

 

Lateral levelling control is deactivated, height control and steering system are working normally. 

 

Fault code 18 

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. Raising the lifting axle is deactivated. 

 

Fault code 19 

 

A check is run for this when the valve is activated. Voltage must be constantly present for approx. 1 sec. Raising and lowering the lifting axle are deactivated. 

 

Fault code 20 

 

This fault code can only be displayed by means of DCS-1. The correction factors stored in the ECU are no longer valid. The computer then uses the default values to make calculations, as though ideal sensors were fitted. No system reaction (also no buzzer).