The Test Status box at the bottom of the menu will also display the status of this test. Park the vehicle on a level surface. Push the sensor into the spring clip as far as possible. Excess cable should not exceed two feet 0. A taut cable can affect the lifespan of the cable. Ideally, cables should be affixed to the rigid structure of the trailer.
Cables without adequate strain relief can potentially stress a cable connection enough that moisture could intrude. After performing the necessary repairs, repeat the end of line test to verify correct sensor installation. Use the industry-standard connector cable or a blunt-cut power cable. If you get a red background, you must stop the test click on Stop , make the necessary corrections and repeat Steps 3 through 6. Do not overtighten the tie wraps on a cable.
Spin the next sensed wheel as indicated by the screen prompt. Mark the location of two mounting holes on the vehicle cross member. Sensor Gap Adjustment Perform any necessary repairs. Serious personal injury and damage to components can result. It should not be draped or wrapped around components or left unsecured.
Use a tie wrap or clip to secure the cable to the air hose as close to the fitting as possible. Minimum output must be 0. If you are installing the power cable only, go to Step 9. Continue to route the sensor cable behind the spring seats. The value should be 0.
The Test Status box at the bottom of the menu will also display the status of this test. The correct mounting orientation must be selected prior to starting the test. At the Trailer Main Menu, click on Component Test, then select Sensor Orientation Test to display the Sensor Orientation Test screen. If minimum output is less than 0. Figure 14 Figure 15 4003562b Figure 14 2.
Leave enough slack in the cable to compensate for flexing of the trailer and sub-frame. Sensor identification boxes are located in the bottom left portion of the Sensor Orientation Test screen. Bundle any excess cable in a loop bow tie and secure it in the sub-frame of the trailer body to prevent cable damage. Figure 7 Leave enough slack in the cable to compensate for flexing of the trailer and sub-frame. A small amount of slack also eases access to other system components.
Overtightening can damage the cable. If there is no sensor output, verify that a tone ring has been installed and that the sensor is pushed all the way in against the tone ring. Secure excess cable in the sub-frame of the vehicle or along the air hoses as appropriate. The normal location is on the right front corner of the sub-frame, but will vary depending on the type of trailer. The end of line test is complete.
The suspension manufacturer can provide this information. In these cases, securing the cable may be accomplished by fastening the cable to nearby air lines. Fault Code Check Perform necessary repairs. If the axles are not correctly grounded to the chassis, a ground strap electrically connecting the axle to the chassis may be added to ensure adequate protection from unwanted electrical noise. Support the vehicle with safety stands. Secure the cables every eight inches 203 mm with tie wraps or cable clips.
Use of a vise may cause overclamping. Route to the back side of the axle. Apply air to the emergency supply line to fill the air tanks and release the spring brakes so that the wheels can be rotated. Do not tie wrap the molded sensor plug. Pipes with pre-applied thread sealant may also be used. Connect the sensor and cables on the prepped axles to the sensor extension cables. First fastener must be a minimum 6-inches 152 mm and a maximum of 12-inches 305 mm from connector.
Click on the Activate button and listen for the valve to click, indicating a good installation. Do not coil the cable and pinch into a bowtie or dog-bone shape. If you are using a Pro-Link, refer to the operating manual for test instructions. Have the following installation material available. This lack of cable tension allows for slight movement of the cable during times when components of the suspension and air system may be in motion. If you are using the industry-standard connector cable and do not have access to the mating trailer harness, mask the open connector to protect it from paint or grease. If the indicator lamp comes on for three seconds and goes out: This indicates a correct installation.