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Warnings and Indications
The Cat monitoring system will alert the operator when an event code is active. Event codes are activated in one of three warning levels according to the severity of the condition. The response of the monitoring system to these warning levels is shown in Table 1.
Table 1
Warning Category Warning Indications (1) Required Action by the Operator Possible Result (2)
Alert Indicator Flashes (3) Action Lamp Flashes Action Alarm Sounds
1 X No immediate action required. The system needs attention soon. No harmful or damaging effects.
2 X X Change machine operation or perform maintenance to the system. Damage to system components.
3 X X X (4) Immediately perform a safe machine shutdown. Operator injury or severe damage to components.
(1) The active warning indications are marked with an "X".
(2) The possible result if no action is taken .
(3) At a 10 Hz rate.
(4) Pulsating alarm.Indications
When an abnormal operating condition occurs in VIMSTM, the Cat ET status screen indicates that there is an active event.Event codes are displayed on Cat ET in the following format:
EXXXX Description of the codeThe "E" means that the code is an event code. The "XXXX" is a numeric identifier. The numeric identifier is followed by a description of the code.Active event codes are listed in ascending numerical order. The code with the lowest number is listed first. The active event code is removed from the list when the condition is no longer present.Logged Event Codes
Every event code is logged in the ECM memory. Logged event codes are listed in chronological order. The most recent code is listed first.A logged code is cleared from memory when one of the following occurs:
The code is manually cleared.
The code does not recur for 1000 hours.
A new code is logged and there are already ten logged codes in memory, the oldest logged code is cleared.Note: Always clear logged event codes after investigating and correcting the problem which generated the code.Troubleshooting
Perform the following steps to troubleshoot an event.
Obtain the following information from the operator:
Event and the time of the event
Operating conditions at the time of the event
Dealer or customer installed systems that could cause the event
Verify that the event is not due to normal machine operation or operator error.
Check all fluid and oil levels.
Troubleshoot and repair the cause of any active diagnostic codes.VIMSTM Event Code List
Table 2 lists the VIMS event codes and recommended responses. Use Cat ET to determine the active or logged event codes.
Table 2
(VIMSTM Event Codes)
Event Code Warning Level Warning Description Required Operator Action
361 2S High Engine Coolant Temp Check Before Restart
558 1 VIMS Snapshot Stored Service Soon
559 1 Event List Memory Low Download Data
1087 1 VIMS Trend Memory Low Download and Reset Data
1088 2 VIMS Trend Memory Full Download and Reset Data
2139 1 Snapshot Memory Full Download and Reset Data
2143 2S Low Engine Coolant Level Check Before Restart

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