Electrical Issues

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by BTGA, Jul 23, 2022.

  1. BTGA

    BTGA Bobtail Member

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    Hey everyone. I have a 2012 international pro star maxxforce N13 engine. I am at a loss. Truck is deleted the ABS light, check engine, abs trailer light, service light, traction control light and caution triangle is on. Truck recently serviced. Codes are SPN 2011 FMI 9 SPN 1382 FMI 14 SPN 886 FMI 14 SPN 524285 FMI 14 and SPN 2000 FMI 9. Truck runs good. Any help is appreciated.
     
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  3. Heavyd

    Heavyd Road Train Member

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    ABS problem will cause all those lights. Those codes are all from the body controller. Get the truck scanned to see if the ABS module is even communicating and what codes it is reporting. 2011 code is the body controller not able to communicate with the ABS. 2000 code is datalink failure related.
     
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  4. BTGA

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    Thanks these are the codes. 2711511D-03FF-4714-854E-D9D90A542ECB.jpeg
     
  5. Heavyd

    Heavyd Road Train Member

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    Does that program have a datalink sniffer, or the ability to list all the modules it is currently communicating with? Going by your list, you have a datalink problem that is either wiring related, or a corrupt module. A simple test is to reboot the whole truck by disconnecting the batteries for 5 mins and then reconnecting. If communication is restored, you likely have a module that is getting sad.
     
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  6. BTGA

    BTGA Bobtail Member

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    Okay thanks Heavyd. We will try that in the morning. One mechanic told us the ecm needed to be reprogrammed and another one told us it was because our Bendix wingman was not connected. I will definitely try disconnecting the battery.
     
  7. Heavyd

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    Wingman being disconnected will cause all that too. Wingman is needed by the engine to be able use cruise control if it was built with adaptive cruise control.
     
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