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SPN 27 FMI 0-EGRP FAULT: OVER TEMPERATURE (Maxforce15)

Troubleshooting Maxxforce 15

To diagnose the fault you must use SerciveMaxx or NED software

Condition

SPN 27 FMI 0: EGRP Fault: Over Temperature

EGRP Fault Over Temperature

Possible Causes

  • EGR overheated
  • Low coolant flow through EGR
  • Hot soaking after hard run and shut down
  • Low coolant level
  • Failed Coolant Flow Valve (CFV)

Troubleshooting Steps (Maxxforce 15)

WARNING: To prevent personal injury or death, stay clear of rotating parts (belts and fan) and hot
engine surfaces.

1- Using the diagnostic tool with diagnostic software, load the Actuator session.

2- Select EGR Position from the Actuator drop-down menu on the right side.

– Command actuator movement by clicking on the Start Test Button. Monitor EGR Position (EGRP)
and EGR Valve CTL (EGRC).

– If EGRP does not closely match EGRC, check EGR valve for mechanical problem.

– If EGR valve does not move, continue to Connector Voltage Check.

Connector Voltage Check – EGR Valve Disconnected

Connect Breakout Harness 6016 to engine harness. Leave EGR valve disconnected. Use the diagnostic
tool to measure voltage.

Step 1: Test Point: 4 to battery positive

  • Specification: B+

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If < B+, check for OPEN in GND circuit. Do Harness Resistance Check (Step 3).

Step 2: Test Point: 3 to GND

  • Specification: B+

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If < B+, check for OPEN in SWBAT circuit or blown fuse.

Step 3: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 5.0 V ± 1.0 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If > 6 V, check for short to PWR. If < 4 V, check for OPEN or short to GND. Do Harness Resistance Check (Step 3)

Step 4: Test Point: 1 to GND

  • Specification: 0 V – 1 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2)

No: If > 1 V, check for short to PWR

Operational Voltage Check

Note: Ensure battery voltage is at or above 12 V before running this procedure.
1) Connect breakout harness 6016 between EGR valve and engine harness.
2) Use diagnostic tool to load the Actuator session.
3) Command EGRP to 5% and then 95% and measure voltage.

Step 1: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 5% = 3.0 V ± 1.0 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 4.0 V, check for Open or short to PWR. If < 2.0 V, check for short circuit or failed EGR valve.

Step 2: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 95% = 0.8 V ± 0.5 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 8.5 V, check for short to PWR. If < 6.5 V, check for short circuit.

Step 4: Test Point: 1 to GND

  • Specifications: 95% = 0.5 V ± 0.5 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 1.0 V, check for OPEN circuit or failed EGR valve.

SPN 27 FMI 0-EGRP FAULT: OVER TEMPERATURE (Maxforce15)

Troubleshooting Maxxforce 15

To diagnose the fault you must use SerciveMaxx or NED software

Condition

SPN 27 FMI 0: EGRP Fault: Over Temperature

EGRP Fault Over Temperature

Possible Causes

  • EGR overheated
  • Low coolant flow through EGR
  • Hot soaking after hard run and shut down
  • Low coolant level
  • Failed Coolant Flow Valve (CFV)

Troubleshooting Steps (Maxxforce 15)

WARNING: To prevent personal injury or death, stay clear of rotating parts (belts and fan) and hot
engine surfaces.

1- Using the diagnostic tool with diagnostic software, load the Actuator session.

2- Select EGR Position from the Actuator drop-down menu on the right side.

– Command actuator movement by clicking on the Start Test Button. Monitor EGR Position (EGRP)
and EGR Valve CTL (EGRC).

– If EGRP does not closely match EGRC, check EGR valve for mechanical problem.

– If EGR valve does not move, continue to Connector Voltage Check.

Connector Voltage Check – EGR Valve Disconnected

Connect Breakout Harness 6016 to engine harness. Leave EGR valve disconnected. Use the diagnostic
tool to measure voltage.

Step 1: Test Point: 4 to battery positive

  • Specification: B+

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If < B+, check for OPEN in GND circuit. Do Harness Resistance Check (Step 3).

Step 2: Test Point: 3 to GND

  • Specification: B+

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If < B+, check for OPEN in SWBAT circuit or blown fuse.

Step 3: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 5.0 V ± 1.0 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2).

No: If > 6 V, check for short to PWR. If < 4 V, check for OPEN or short to GND. Do Harness Resistance Check (Step 3)

Step 4: Test Point: 1 to GND

  • Specification: 0 V – 1 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: Do Operational Voltage Check (Step 2)

No: If > 1 V, check for short to PWR

Operational Voltage Check

Note: Ensure battery voltage is at or above 12 V before running this procedure.
1) Connect breakout harness 6016 between EGR valve and engine harness.
2) Use diagnostic tool to load the Actuator session.
3) Command EGRP to 5% and then 95% and measure voltage.

Step 1: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 5% = 3.0 V ± 1.0 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 4.0 V, check for Open or short to PWR. If < 2.0 V, check for short circuit or failed EGR valve.

Step 2: Test Point: 2 to GND

  • Specification: 95% = 0.8 V ± 0.5 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 8.5 V, check for short to PWR. If < 6.5 V, check for short circuit.

Step 4: Test Point: 1 to GND

  • Specifications: 95% = 0.5 V ± 0.5 V

Are measurements within specifications?

Yes: If voltage checks are within specifications check for DTC’s. If the DTC returns, replace the EGR Valve.

No: If > 1.0 V, check for OPEN circuit or failed EGR valve.

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