D6N Track-Type Tractor Calibration Error Codes Caterpillar


Calibration Error Codes
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1.1. General Error Codes
2.2. General Calibration Error Codes
3.2. General Service Test Error Codes
4.1. Machine ECM Calibrations
5.2. Control Lever Calibrations
6.2. Blade and Ripper Solenoid Calibrations
7.2. Transmission Fill Calibration
8.2. FNR Shifter Sensor Calibration
9.2. Service Brake Pedal Calibration

General Error Codes

General Calibration Error Codes

Table 1
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Any General Calibration Procedures Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
0002 - Active Diagnostic Present   An active diagnostic is preventing the calibration from being performed successfully.  · An active diagnostic code for any of the following will inhibit an Implement calibration:

- Parking Brake Diagnostic Code.
- Implement Lockout Switch Diagnostic Code.
- Lift Lever or Tilt Lever Diagnostic Code other than an FMI 13.
- Lift Linkage or Tilt Linkage Diagnostic Code other than an FMI 13.
- An active diagnostic code for the solenoid that is being calibrated other than an FMI 13.

· Resolve the problem that is causing the active diagnostic code. Then retry the calibration. 
0003 - Another Calibration is Active  · A calibration procedure is trying to run on the Monitoring System Display and Cat ET at the same time.

OR

A calibration was started and did not successfully close out. 
· Only perform one calibration procedure at a time.

· If a calibration is canceled, wait at least 15 seconds before starting another calibration procedure.

· If the error message continues to pop up, key OFF and back ON before attempting the calibration again. 
0004 - Calibration Active By another ECM  A calibration procedure is trying to run on the Monitoring System Display and Cat ET at the same time.

OR

A calibration was started, then canceled and another calibration is started too fast. 
· Only run one calibration procedure at a time.

· If one calibration is canceled, wait at least 15 seconds before starting another calibration procedure. 
0005 - Loss of Calibration Interlock  Cat ET has lost communication with the ECM.  · Check for any active Cat Data Link diagnostic codes. Resolve any active codes.

· Check the Cat Data Link Connections.

· Check the ET communication connections.

· Cycle the key start switch from ON to OFF, wait 10 seconds, then turn the key start switch to ON.

Perform the calibration procedure again. 
0006 - Calibration aborted by Tool / Monitor  The calibration has been canceled by the user in Cat ET or in the Monitor  · Cancellation may cause activation of the 0006 or the 0009 error code.

· Wait at least 15 seconds before performing another calibration. 
0009 - Calibration aborted by ECM  The calibration has been canceled by the ECM. Normally another error code will also be active indicating the cause of the ECM cancellation.  · Cancellation may cause activation of the 0006 or the 0009 error code.

· Wait at least 15 seconds before performing another calibration.

· Check for another active error code that indicates the cause of the problem and resolve the problem. 
000A - Calibration Failure  Calibration failed to complete.  · Ensure no active diagnostics are present.

· Ensure all setup conditions are met.

· Ensure all calibration steps are followed exactly. 
000B - Calibration Not Supported  Incorrect / early version of Cat ET is used that does not support the calibration.

Incorrect flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM 
· Ensure that the latest version of Cat ET is installed on your PC.

· Verify that the correct flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM.

Note: After the ECM has been flashed, cycle the key start switch from ON to OFF. Wait 10 seconds, then turn the key start switch to ON. Rerun the calibration procedure. 

General Service Test Error Codes

Table 2
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Any General Service Test Procedures Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
0002 - Active Diagnostic Present  An active diagnostic is preventing the service test from being performed successfully .  · An active diagnostic code for any of the following will inhibit an Implement service test:

- Parking Brake Diagnostic Code.
- Implement Lockout Switch Diagnostic Code.
- Lift Lever or Tilt Lever Diagnostic Code other than an FMI 13.
- Lift Linkage or Tilt Linkage Diagnostic Code other than an FMI 13.
- An active diagnostic code for the solenoid that is being tested other than an FMI 13.

· Resolve the problem that is causing the active diagnostic code. Repeat the service test. 
0003 - Another Service Test is Active  A service test procedure is trying to run on the Monitoring System Display and Cat ET at the same time.

OR

A service test was started and did not successfully close out. 
· Only run one service test procedure at a time.

· If one service test is canceled, wait at least 15 seconds before starting another service test procedure.

· If the error message continues to pop up, Cycle the keyswitch OFF and back ON before attempting the service test again. 
0004 - Service Test Active By another ECM  A service test procedure is trying to run on the Monitoring System Display and Cat ET at the same time.

OR

A service test was started, then canceled and another service test is started too fast. 
· Only run one service test procedure at a time.

· If one service test is canceled, wait at least 15 seconds before starting another service test procedure. 
0005 - Loss of Service Test Interlock  Cat ET has lost communication with the ECM.  · Check for any active Cat Data Link diagnostic codes. resolve any active codes.

· Check the Cat Data Link connections.

· Check the ET communication connections.

· Cycle the key start switch from ON to OFF, wait 10 seconds, then turn the key start switch to ON.

Repeat the service test procedure. 
0006 - Service Test Aborted by Tool / Monitor  The service test has been canceled by the user in Cat ET or in the Monitor  · Cancellation may cause activation of the 0006 or the 0009 error code.

· Wait at least 15 seconds before performing another service test. 
0009 - Service Test Aborted by ECM  The service test has been canceled by the ECM. Normally another error code will also be active indicating the cause of the ECM cancellation.  · Cancellation may cause activation of the 0006 or the 0009 error code.

· Wait at least 15 seconds before performing another service test.

· Check for another active error code that indicates the cause of the problem and resolve the problem. 
000A - Service Test Failure  Service test failed to complete.  · Ensure no active diagnostics are present.

· Ensure all setup conditions are met.

· Ensure all service test steps are followed exactly. 

Machine ECM Calibrations

Control Lever Calibrations

Table 3
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Lever Position Sensor Calibrations Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
10F0 - Calibration Out of Range Low  During calibration, the Implement ECM sensed that the duty cycle of the sensor was lower than the allowable duty cycle limit.   · Check that the lever is in the correct position before trying to advance to the next step.

· For full travel positions, ensure that the lever is at the full travel position and not at the detent position.

· For the center position, ensure that the lever is released and no external forces are causing the lever to remain out of center.

· Check that the lever is mounted in the correct orientation.

If the calibration is performed properly (pushing the lever firmly all the way to the correct position) and the out of range error code is still active, the handle is probably out of specifications and needs replaced. 
10F1 - Calibration Out of Range High  During calibration, the Implement ECM sensed that the duty cycle of the sensor was higher than the allowable duty cycle limit. 

Blade and Ripper Solenoid Calibrations

Table 4
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Blade and Ripper Solenoid Calibrations Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
104C - Hold Pressure Too High  The Implement ECM recorded an average pressure that was too high for this calibration to begin.  · Verify that the correct flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM.

· Use a calibrated pressure sensor to perform the calibration test.

· If the root cause is not found, replace the solenoid or solenoids indicated in the calibration and run the calibration test again. 
104D - Hold Pressure Too Low  The Implement ECM recorded an average pressure that was too low for this calibration to begin.  · This error code is often caused when the hydraulic plumbing / lines are incorrectly routed. Check for swapped hydraulic connections. Also check for hydraulic oil leakage.

· Check that the electrical wiring from the component back to the ECM is correct and that wires/harnesses have not been swapped.

· Verify that the correct flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM.

· Use a calibrated pressure sensor to perform the calibration test.

· Check for excessive leakage through the pump, valve, and cylinder.

· If the root cause is not found, replace the solenoid or solenoids indicated in the calibration and run the calibration test again. 
104E - Hold Pressure Inconsistent  During calibration, the Implement ECM could not obtain a valid, constant baseline pressure needed to complete the calibration because pump discharge pressure varied too much.  · Measure current to the solenoid or solenoids indicated in the calibration. The solenoid current should be matching what is shown in ET during the calibration.

· If the root cause is not found, replace the solenoid or solenoids indicated in the calibration and run the calibration test again. 
105F - Calibration Timed Out  The Implement ECM failed to detect a pressure spike within a reasonable time period..  · This error code is often caused when the hydraulic plumbing / lines are incorrectly routed. Check for swapped hydraulic connections. Also check for hydraulic oil leakage.

· Check that the electrical wiring from the component back to the ECM is correct and that wires/harnesses have not been swapped.

· Verify that the correct flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM.

· Check for excessive leakage through the pump, valve, and cylinder. 
10F0 - Calibration Value Out of Range Low  During calibration, the Implement ECM sensed that the calibrated current of the solenoid was lower than the minimum allowable calibrated current.  · Verify the correct flash file is downloaded into the Implement ECM.

· Use a calibrated pressure sensor to perform the calibration test.

· Check for excessive leakage through the pump, valve, and cylinder.

· If the root cause is not found, replace the solenoid or solenoids indicated in the calibration and run the calibration test again. 
10F1 - Calibration Value Out of Range High  During calibration, the Implement ECM sensed that the calibrated current of the solenoid was higher than the maximum allowable calibrated current. 

Transmission Fill Calibration

Table 5
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Any Transmission Fill Calibrations Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
1010 - Engine Stopped (No Engine RPM)  The engine is not running.  Start the engine. 
1012 - Engine RPM Incorrect  Engine speed is incorrect.  Set engine speed to the required value in the calibration setup conditions. 
1017 - Service Brake Pedal Pressed  The service brake pedal is pressed.  Release the service brake. 
1018 - Parking Brake Not Engaged  The park brake must be applied to meet the setup conditions during calibration. If the park brake is not applied (if pressure feedback is available) or commanded to apply at this time, the calibration will indicate to the technician that the park brake is not applied.   Apply the park brake and proceed to next step. 
1019 - Parking Brake Engaged  The parking brake is engaged.  Disengage the parking brake. 
101B - Machine Speed Not 0  Transmission output speed is greater than 0 for greater than the 0 ground speed debounce duration  · Ensure that machine ground speed is 0

· Check that the electrical wiring from the ground speed sensor to the ECM is correct. Replace the ground speed sensor if all else fails. 
101F - Direction Lever Not In NEUTRAL  The Direction Lever is not in the NEUTRAL position.  Put the direction lever in the NEUTRAL position 
1020 - Transmission Gear Incorrect  The transmission is not in the correct gear.  Put the transmission into the correct gear. 
1021 - Transmission Oil Temp Too Low     
1022 - Transmission Oil Temp Too High     
1023 - Transmission Clutch 1 At A Limit     
1024 - Transmission Clutch 2 At A Limit     
1025 - Transmission Clutch 3 At A Limit     
1026 - Transmission Clutch 4 At A Limit     
1027 - Transmission Clutch 5 At A Limit     
102F - Lockup Clutch At A Limit     
1042 - Implement Lockout Switch ON  The Implement Lockout Switch is in the ON position.  Put the Implement Lockout Switch in the OFF position. 
1043 - Implement Lockout Switch OFF  The Implement Lockout Switch is in the OFF position.  Put the Implement Lockout Switch in the ON position. 
1049 - Torque Converter Output Speed Too High     
104A - Torque Converter Output Speed Too Low     
1069 - Latching Pressure Too Low     
1073 - Direction Lever Not in FORWARD  The direction lever is not in the FORWARD position.  Place the Direction Lever in the FORWARD position. 
1074 - Engine RPM Too Low     
10A2 - Transmission Oil Filter Bypass Active     
10BD - Transmission Clutch 1 Failed Calibration     
10BE - Transmission Clutch 2 Failed Calibration     
10BF - Transmission Clutch 3 Failed Calibration     
10C0 - Transmission Clutch 4 Failed Calibration     
10C1 - Transmission Clutch 5 Failed Calibration     
10F6 - Transmission Engagement Pressure Not Calibrated     
10FE - Torque Converter Ratio Unstable     

FNR Shifter Sensor Calibration

Table 6
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Any FNR Shifter Sensor Calibration Procedures Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
1011 - Engine Running (Engine RPM Present)  The engine is running.  Stop the engine. Turn the key to the OFF position and wait for the engine to stop running completely. Then turn the key to the ON position and restart the calibration. 
1018 - Parking Brake Not Engaged  To meet the setup conditions during calibration, the park brake must be applied. If the park brake is not applied (if pressure feedback is available) or commanded to apply at this time, the calibration will indicate to the technician that the park brake is not applied.   Apply the park brake and proceed to next step. 

Service Brake Pedal Calibration

Table 7
Error Codes That Can Be Activated When Any Service Brake Pedal Calibration Procedures Are Performed 
Error Code  Probable Cause of Activation  Recommended Actions 
1011 - Engine Running (Engine RPM Present)  The engine is running.  Stop the engine. Turn the key to the OFF position and wait for the engine to stop running completely. Then turn the key to the ON position and restart the calibration. 
1018 - Parking Brake Not Engaged  The park brake must be applied to meet the setup conditions during calibration . If the park brake is not applied (if pressure feedback is available) or commanded to apply at this time, the calibration will indicate that the park brake is not applied.   Apply the park brake and proceed to next step. 
1079 - Transmission Not in Neutral  During calibration, to meet the setup conditions, the shift lever must be in NEUTRAL. If the shift lever position is unknown or not in NEUTRAL, the calibration will indicate to the technician that the shift lever is not in NEUTRAL.  Check shift lever position and move it to NEUTRAL. 
10CC - Steering Command Too Large  Not Activated  Not Activated 
10F0 - Calibration value Out of Range Low  During calibration, the Power Train ECM sensed the duty cycle of the sensor was lower than the allowable duty cycle limit. A 10F0 error can occur at any of the two calibration steps:

- Pedal required to be released
- Pedal required to be depressed 
· Check that the pedal sensor is in the correct position before trying to advance to the next step.

· Check that the pedal is released or depressed at the required calibration step.

· Check that the sensor is mounted in the correct orientation.

· Use Cat ET to verify the duty cycle of pedal position.

· If the duty cycle values are not correct, replace the sensor and perform the calibration again. 
10F1 - Calibration Value Out of Range High  During calibration, the Power Train ECM sensed the duty cycle of the sensor was Higher than the allowable duty cycle limit. A 10F0 error can occur at any of the two calibration steps:

- Pedal required to be released
- Pedal required to be depressed 
· Check that the pedal sensor is in the correct position before trying to advance to the next step.

· Check that the pedal is released or depressed at the required calibration step.

· Check that the sensor is mounted in the correct orientation.

· Use Cat ET to verify the duty cycle of pedal position.

· If the duty cycle values are not correct, replace the sensor and perform the calibration again. 
10FF - Service Brake Switch Position Incorrect  During calibration, the operator proceeded to the next step before the Power Train ECM captured the required duty cycle with respect to the pedal switch. A 10FF error can occur at any of the two calibration steps:

- The switch CLOSED duty cycle is not captured or pedal was not fully pressed
The switch OPEN duty cycle is not captured or the pedal was not fully released (a short to battery detected on Brake Dump solenoid). 
- During calibration the operator must depress the pedal slowly to capture the Switch CLOSED duty cycle and release the pedal slowly to capture the Switch OPEN duty cycle.

- Check that brake pedal Switch is not stuck in the CLOSED position (short to battery on Brake dump solenoid). 

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