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ENGINE AR-COMPLETE 1399802 - Caterpillar



1399802 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE Caterpillar parts 3406E ENGINE
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA1399802
139-9802
1399802
Caterpillar 1399802 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE

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TRUCK ENGINE  3406E   Caterpillar
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To restart the engine, do the following steps:1. Turn engine control switch (ECS) to STOP.2. Correct the low oil pressure fault.3. Rotate the ECS to RESET position which opens the circuit across ECS terminals (8 and 5) (line 36). This allows the OPR (line 39) to de-energize. OPR contact (line 40) opens and shuts off the light (OPL). Also, OPR contact (line 52) opens to de-energize the relay (ENFR). The contact across ENFR (7 and 1) (line 56) closes to allow restart.4. The system is ready to start if ECS is turned to START or AUTO.Engine Shutdown Caused By Water Temperature Fault
Simplified schematicWhen engine coolant temperature becomes too high, WTS contacts (2 and 3) (line 43) open and de-energize relay RR (line 56). The contact across RR (8 and 5) (line 14) opens to de-energize SR1. Without current to SR1, the fuel solenoid (line 11) will shutdown the engine.Relay RR (6 and 9) (line 17) opens to prevent the starting motor magnetic (SMMS1) (line 17) from energizing. Relay RR (7 and 4) (line 20) opens which stops the flow of current to the arming relay (AR) (line 20). WTS contacts (2 and 1) (line 43) also close to energize the water temperature relay (WTR) (line 43) and water temperature fault light (WTL) (line 44). WTR contact (line 44) closes to latch in the relay WTR.The normally open WTR contact (line 53) closes to energize the engine failure relay (ENFR) (line 54). Normally closed (N.C.) contact ENFR (7 and 1) (line 56) opens
To prevent personal injury due to accidental starting of the engine, disconnect the batteries before doing maintenance or repair work.
To restart the engine, do the following steps:1. Turn engine control switch (ECS) to STOP.2. Correct the high water temperature problem. Allow the engine temperature to cool so WTS will reset.3. Rotate the ECS to RESET position which opens the circuit across ECS terminals (8 and 5) (line 36). This allows the WTR (line 43) to de-energize. WTR contact (line 44) opens and shuts off the light (WTL). Also, WTR contact (line 53) opens to de-energize the relay (ENFR). The contact across ENFR (7 and 1) (line 56) closes to allow restart.4. The system is ready to start if ECS is turned to START or AUTO.Engine Shutdown Caused By Engine Overspeed
Simplified schematicWhen engine speed increases above the overspeed setting (118% of rated speed) of the electronic speed switch, ESS contacts (8 and 9) (line 47) open to de-energize relay RR (line 56). The contact across RR (8 and 5) (line 14) opens to de-energize SR1. Without current to SR1, the fule solenoid (line 11) will shutdown the engine. Relay RR (6 and 9) (line 17) opens to prevent the starting motor magnetic (SMMS1) (line 17) from energizing. Relay RR (7 and 4) (line 20) opens which stops the flow of current to the arming relay (AR) (line 20). When ESS contacts (8 and 9) open, ESS contacts (8 and 7) close. This, in turn energizes the overspeed relay

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