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MODEL: W14, W14H, and W14FL Articulated Loaders
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Test No.5- Voltage Loss in the Negative Battery Cable
1. Do Test No.1.
2. Select the volt range of 0 to 3 volte.
3. Connect the black voltmeter lead to the negative post of the left battery.
4. Connect the red voltmeter lead to a good engine ground.
5. Push in and hold the remote starter switch.
Read the voltmeter. Release the remote starter switch.
a. If the voltmeter indication was .4 or less, the negative battery cable is good.
b. If the voltmeter indication was more than .4 volt, replace the negative battery cable.
TROUBLESHOOTING THE AUTOMATIC AUXILIARY STEERING
Your machine can have one of two designs of the electronic circuits which control the automatic auxiliary steering. Look at the relay assembly below the instrument panel on the left side of the machine. Early machines have two large capacitors, component G on page 4002-21. Late machines have one large capacitor and one large resistor, components G and M on page 4002-30.
Auxiliary Steering Motor
Does Not Run
See illustration on page 4002-27.
1. Start and run the engine at 1500 rpm (r/min) for one minute.
2. Stop the engine while you keep the key switch in the Run position.
3. Use a voltmeter or a 24 volt test lamp to check for electrical system voltage at point 0.
a. If there was electrical system voltage at point 0, go to step 4.
b. If there was no voltage at point 0, the cable between the starter and the auxiliary steering motor is damaged. Check the connections and replace the cable if necessary.
4. Check for electrical system voltage at point P.
a. If there was no voltage at point P, go to step 5.
b. If there was voltage at point P, the magnetic switch on the auxiliary steering motor or the auxiliary steering motor is damaged. See section 5025 to check the magnetic switch and the auxiliary steering motor.
5. There is a black wire connected to the flow switch (C). Disconnect this black wire from the bullet connector (Q). Check for voltage at the bullet connector (Q).
a. If there was voltage at the bullet connector, go to step 7.
b. If there was no voltage at the bullet connector, go to step 6.
6. Check the 5 ampere circuit breaker on the instrument panel. If you can see the red band on the button for the circuit breaker, push the button. Release the button. If you can see the red band on the button again, there is a short circuit in the electrical circuit for the auxiliary steering. Check the following items.
a. Insulation on the wires in the circuit.
b. Check the wires for the capacitors (G). Make sure that the wires for the capacitors are not in contact with the sockets for the relays or in contact with the relay bracket.
c. The 5 ampere circuit breaker is damaged. Replace the 5 ampere circuit breaker.
d. If you have not found the problem, replace the capacitors (G) and the resistor (1).
7. Connect the black wire to the bullet connector. Disconnect the red wire for the flow switch from the red-white wire at the bullet connector. Check for voltage at the red wire.
a. If there was voltage at the red wire, go to step 8.
b. If there was no voltage at the red wire, the flow switch is damaged. Replace the flow
8. Check for voltage at point R.
a. If there was voltage at point R, go to step 9.
b. If there was no voltage at point R, the relay is bad. Replace the relay.
9. Check for voltage at pointS.
a. If there was voltage at pointS, go to step 10.
b. If there was no voltage at pointS, the resistor (H) is bad. Replace the resistor.
10. Check for voltage at point T.
a. If there was voltage at point T, go to step 11.
b. If there was no voltage at point T, the relay is bad. Replace the relay.
11. Check the white-black wire between the socket and the magnetic switch on the auxiliary steering motor. If there is voltage at point T and the auxiliary steering motor still will not run, the white-black wire is damaged and must be replaced.