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Code d’erreur : 3232 | SPN : 3216

Code d’erreur : 3232 | SPN : 3216

Code d’erreur : 3232 | SPN : 3216 | FMI : 9

Code d’erreur : 3232 | SPN : 3216 | FMI : 9

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Fault Code: 3232 | SPN: 3216 | FMI: 9
Aftertreatment 1 Intake NOx Sensor - Abnormal Update Rate

1 Check for primary fault codes

2 Low battery voltage

2.1 Battery load test

2.2 Fuse/distribution panel check

2.3 Ground inspection

3 J1939 data link engine wiring harness voltage check 3 pin service connector

3.1 OEM sensor voltage check

3.2 J1939 data link harness pin to ground short circuit

4 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor voltage check

4.1 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor circuit pin to ground short

5 J1939 data link terminating resistance is incorrect

5.1 Variable geometry turbocharger actuator has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

5.2 Engine wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

5.3 OEM wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

6 J1939 data link harness open circuit check

7 OEM terminating resistor  check for the J1939 data link

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8 ECM calibration revision history check
9 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor is malfunctioning

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1 Check for primary fault codes

Solution: S00000256
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch ON. · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. Action · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to read the fault codes. Specification Before troubleshooting this fault code, troubleshoot any fault code that is active or has more than one inactive count within the last 25 engine operating hours from the following list: · Turbocharger: 1894, 2636 Linked Solutions · None
Repair
· Perform a search on the appropriate fault codes.

Validation
· None

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2 Low battery voltage

Solution: S00001110
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. Action · Visually inspect the batteries and the battery cable connections for corrosion. · Measure the voltage from the positive (+) battery terminal to the negative (-) battery terminal. · If this vehicle has been repaired within the last 30 days for the same fault code, then proceed to the Linked
Solutions section. Specification
· If the battery voltage is below 12 VDC (12 volt systems) or 24 VDC (24 volt systems), then proceed to the Linked Solutions section.
· If the battery or battery cables show signs of corrosion or damage, then proceed to the Repair Section. Linked Solutions · Battery load test (2.1 [S00001379]) · Fuse/distribution panel check (2.2 [S00000753]) · Ground inspection (2.3 [S00000754])
Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Clean corrosion or tighten battery cable connections. Refer to OEM Service Manual · Charge or replace the batteries. Refer to OEM Service Manual
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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2.1 Battery load test

Solution: S00001379
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. Action · Disconnect the batteries from each other. · Connect a load tester separately to each battery. · Measure the voltage from the positive (+) battery terminal to the negative (-) battery terminal. Specification · If the battery voltage while load tested is below 12 VDC (12 volt systems) or 24 VDC (24 volt systems) for each
battery, then proceed to the Repair section. Linked Solutions · None
Repair
· Charge or replace the batteries. Refer to OEM Service Manual
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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2.2 Fuse/distribution panel check

Solution: S00000753
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. Action · Visually inspect ECM battery supply fuses for damage, corrosion or loose connections. · Visually inspect aftertreatment battery supply fuses for damage, corrosion or loose connections. · Visually inspect the battery supply fuses under a microscope or a magnifying glass for micro cracks. Fuses can be difficult to locate. Some applications utilize a fuse distribution box within the battery box while others utilize inline fuses. There are instances where these will be located behind the battery box wrapped in a buddle of wires next to the frame rail. Micro cracks most commonly occur near the bends on either side of the interior of the fuse. Specification · If damage, corrosion or cracks are found, then proceed to the Repair section. Linked Solutions · None

Repair
· Replace the fuse. Refer to OEM Service Manual
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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2.3 Ground inspection

Solution: S00000754
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. Action · Visually inspect the ECM ground for damage, corrosion and loose connections. · Visually inspect the aftertreatment interface harness ground for damage, corrosion and loose connections. · Visually inspect the grounds for proper routing. Specification · If damage, corrosion or incorrect routing of grounds are found, then proceed to the Repair section Linked Solutions · None
Repair
· Clean or replace connections. Refer to OEM Service Manual

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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3 J1939 data link engine wiring harness voltage check 3 pin service connector

Solution: S00000594
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Connect all SAE J1939 components. · Turn keyswitch ON. Action The service tool datalink adapter can NOT be connected to the 3-pin J1939 datalink connector during this check. · Measure the J1939 voltage of the J1939 (+) pin to battery ground at the 3 pin connector for the J1939 data link.
Refer to Procedure 019-417 · Measure the J1939 voltage of the J1939 (-) pin to battery ground at the 3 pin connector for the J1939 data link.
Refer to Procedure 019-417 Specification · A malfunctioning wiring harness has been detected due to the J1939 data link circuit being shorted to a voltage
source if the voltage is greater than the following specification: 4.5 VDC · Proceed to the Linked Solutions section if the voltage is less than the following specification: 1 VDC · Proceed to the next solution if the voltage is within the following specification for both the SAE J1939 data link (+)
and SAE J1939 data link (-) circuit: 1 - 4.5 VDC Linked Solutions · OEM J1939 data link component isolation (3.1 [S00003176]) · Engine or OEM wiring harness shorted to ground (3.2 [S00003331])

Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Troubleshoot the OEM wiring harness, engine wiring harness, and all interconnects. · Repair or replace the engine wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-043 · Repair or replace the OEM wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-071

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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Solution: S00003176
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Reconnect the crossover connector. Inspect the following components if applicable: · Turn keyswitch ON. · Measure the J1939 voltage of the SAE J1939 data link (+) and SAE data link J1939 (-) pins at the variable
geometry turbocharger actuator engine wiring harness connector to battery ground while each component is disconnected one at a time. · Disconnect the aftertreatment outlet NOx sensor · Disconnect the aftertreatment DPF temperature sensor module. · Disconnect the aftertreatment SCR temperature sensor module. · Disconnect the aftertreatment intermediate NH3 sensor. · Disconnect the aftertreatment particulate sensor · Disconnect the aftertreatment diesel exhaust fluid tank level/temperature/quality sensor. · Disconnect the aftertreatment exhaust gas temperature sensor. · Disconnect the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor. Specification · A malfunctioning SAE J1939 data link component has been detected if the voltage is within the following specification after the component has been disconnected: 1 - 4.5 VDC Linked Solutions · None
Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Replace the aftertreatment diesel exhaust fluid tank level/temperature/quality sensor. Refer to OEM Service Manual · Replace the aftertreatment exhaust gas temperature sensor module. Refer to Procedure 019-449 · Replace the aftertreatment particulate sensor Refer to Procedure 019-478 · Replace the aftertreatment outlet NOx sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-451 · Replace the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-463 · Replace aftertreatment DPF temperature sensor module. Refer to Procedure 019-449 · Replace the aftertreatment SCR temperature sensor module. Refer to Procedure 019-449 · Replace aftertreatment intermediate NH3 sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-479
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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3.2 J1939 data link harness pin to ground short circuit

Solution: S00003331
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the engine wiring harness from the OEM wiring harness crossover connector. · Turn keyswitch ON. Action The service tool datalink adapter can NOT be connected to the 3-pin J1939 datalink connector during this check. · Measure the J1939 voltage of the J1939 (+) pin to battery ground at the 3 pin connector for the J1939 data link.
Refer to Procedure 019-417 · Measure the J1939 voltage of the J1939 (-) pin to battery ground at the 3 pin connector for the J1939 data link.
Refer to Procedure 019-417 Specification
· A malfunctioning OEM wiring harness has been detected if voltage is within the following specification with the crossover connector disconnected: 1 - 4.5 VDC
· A malfunctioning engine wiring harness has been detected if voltage is not within the following specification with the crossover connector disconnected: 1 - 4.5 VDC
Linked Solutions · None
Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Repair or replace the engine wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-043 · Repair or replace the OEM wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-071
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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4 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor voltage check

Solution: S00000880
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor from the engine wiring harness. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Turn keyswitch ON. · Measure the voltage between the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor battery SUPPLY pin and the aftertreatment
intake NOx sensor battery RETURN pin at the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor engine wiring harness connector. · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · Proceed to the Linked Solutions section if the voltage is not within the following specification of battery voltage: 1
VDC · Proceed to the next solution if voltage is within the following specification of battery voltage: 1 VDC Linked Solutions Click on the link below: · Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor circuit pin to ground short (4.1 [S00000881])

Repair
· No additional action is required for this solution.
Validation
· None

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4.1 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor circuit pin to ground short

Solution: S00000881
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor from the engine wiring harness. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. · Turn keyswitch ON. · Measure the voltage between the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor SUPPLY pin at the sensor connector of the
engine wiring harness and ground. · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · A short circuit has been detected if the voltage is not within the following specification of battery voltage: 1 VDC Linked Solutions · None
Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Troubleshoot the OEM wiring harness, engine wiring harness, and all interconnects. · Repair or replace the engine wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-043 · Repair or replace the OEM wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-071
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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5 J1939 data link terminating resistance is incorrect

Solution: S00000593
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Wait for 90 seconds. · Disconnect the INLINETM adapter from the 3-pin service data link connector. · Reconnect the variable geometry turbocharger actuator if it has been previously disconnected. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the SAE J1939 data link (+) pin and the SAE J1939 data link (-) pin at the 3-pin
service data link connector. Refer to Procedure 019-417 · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · Follow your technical escalation process if the resistance is within the following specification: 54 - 66  · Proceed to the Linked Solutions section if the resistance is not within the following specification: 54 - 66  Linked Solutions · Variable geometry turbocharger actuator has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance (5.1 [S00001242]) · Engine wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance (5.2 [S00000972]) · OEM wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance (5.3 [S00000971])
Repair
· No additional action is required for this solution.
Validation
· None

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5.1 Variable geometry turbocharger actuator has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

Solution: S00001242
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the variable geometry turbocharger actuator from the engine wiring harness. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the variable geometry turbocharger actuator SAE J1939 data link (+) pin and the
variable geometry turbocharger actuator SAE J1939 data link (-) pin at the variable geometry turbocharger actuator. · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · A malfunctioning variable geometry turbocharger actuator has been detected if the resistance is not within the following specification: 108  - 132  Linked Solutions · None

Repair
· Replace the variable geometry turbocharger actuator. Refer to Procedure 010-134

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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5.2 Engine wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

Solution: S00000972
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Reconnect previously disconnected components. · Disconnect the INLINETM adapter from the 3-pin service data link connector. · Disconnect the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor from the engine wiring harness. · Disconnect the engine wiring harness from the OEM wiring harness crossover connector. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the SAE J1939 data link (+) pin and the SAE J1939 data link (-) pin at the 3-pin
service data link connector. Refer to Procedure 019-417 · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · A malfunctioning engine wiring harness has been detected if the resistance is not within the following
specification: 108-132  Linked Solutions
· None

Repair
· Repair or replace the engine wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-043
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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5.3 OEM wiring harness has incorrect J1939 terminating resistance

Solution: S00000971
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the engine wiring harness from the OEM wiring harness crossover connector. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the SAE J1939 data link (+) pin and the SAE J1939 data link (-) pin at the
crossover of the OEM wiring harness connector. Refer to Procedure 019-417 · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · Proceed to the next solution if the resistance is not within the following specification: 108 - 132  · Follow your technical escalation process if the resistance is within the following specification: 108 - 132  Linked Solutions · None
Repair
· No additional action is required for this solution.

Validation
· None

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6 J1939 data link harness open circuit check

Solution: S00004534
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the appropriate data link component from the data link wiring harness. · Disconnect the engine wiring harness connector from the ECM. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the J1939 (+) pin at the appropriate component data link wiring harness
connector and the appropriate data link component J1939 (+) pin at the data link wiring harness ECM connector. · Measure the resistance between the J1939 (-) pin at the appropriate component data link wiring harness
connector and the appropriate data link component J1939 (-) pin at the data link wiring harness ECM connector. · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · A malfunctioning J1939 data link wiring harness has been detected if the resistance is greater than the following
specification: 10  Linked Solutions · None

Repair
Repair or replace only the components that were found to be out of specification. · Repair or replace the OEM wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-071 · Repair or replace the engine wiring harness. Refer to Procedure 019-043

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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7 OEM terminating resistor  check for the J1939 data link

Solution: S00000907
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch OFF. · Disconnect the OEM terminating resistor from the OEM wiring harness. Action · Inspect the pins and connectors for damage. Refer to Procedure 019-361 · Measure the resistance between the pins for the OEM terminating resistor. · Refer to the circuit diagram or wiring diagram for connector pin identification. Specification · A malfunctioning OEM terminating resistor has been detected if the resistance is not within the following
specification: 108 - 132  Linked Solutions · None

Repair
· For a malfunctioning OEM terminating resistor, replace the OEM terminating resistor. Refer to OEM Service Manual

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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8 ECM calibration revision history check

Solution: S00000443
Verification
Conditions · Connect all components. · Turn keyswitch ON. · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. Action · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to read the fault codes. · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revision listed in the ECM calibration
revision history for applicable changes. Specification · If a calibration update for this fault code is available, the ECM calibration revision must be that revision or higher. Linked Solutions
· None

Repair
· Prior to downloading the ECM calibration, check to see that all job images and all other troubleshooting has been documented as downloading an ECM calibration will remove the fault codes on the ECM.
· Download the updated ECM calibration code. Refer to Procedure 019-032
Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

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9 Aftertreatment intake NOx sensor is malfunctioning

Solution: S00000016
Verification
Conditions · Turn keyswitch ON. · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. Action · Verify all preceding solution verifications for this fault code have been performed. · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to read the fault codes. Specification · If the fault code is active or has more than one inactive count within the last 25 engine operating hours, then a
malfunctioning aftertreatment intake NOx sensor has been detected. Linked Solutions · None
Repair
· Replace the aftertreatment intake NOx sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-463

Validation
· Connect all components · Connect the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent. · Disable the fault code. · Operate the engine within the "Conditions for Clearing the Fault Code" found in the Overview section of the
troubleshooting procedure. · Verify that the fault code is no longer active. · Check ECM Calibration Revision History · Use the recommended Cummins® electronic service tool or equivalent to find the current ECM code and revision
number in the ECM. · Compare the ECM code and revision number in the ECM to the calibration revisions listed in the ECM Calibration
Revision History Database for applicable changes related to this fault code. · Refer to ECM Calibration Revision History Database.

If all steps have been completed and no root cause has been identified, then follow the technical escalation process.

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