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LIGHTING GP- 2390269 - Caterpillar



2390269 LIGHTING GP- Caterpillar parts LIGHTING
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA2390269
239-0269
2390269
Caterpillar 2390269 LIGHTING GP-

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Illustration 1 g01199917
(1) Priority Valve
(2) Outlet to brake cooling motor
(3) Oil filter
(4) Pressure sensor
(5) Auxiliary cooler
(6) Rear axle cooling fan motor
(7) Outlet to differential lube
(8) Bypass valve
(9) Final drive bypass manifold
(10) Right final drive oil
(11) Left final drive oil
(12) Rear axle housing sump
(13) Rear axle oil pump
(14) Pump motor
(15) Steering tank
(16) Steering accumulator
(17) Steering pump
(18) Supply valve The 793D has a continuous lubrication system for the rear axle. This system does not require the truck to be in motion in order to provide oil flow. This hydraulic system lubricates the bearings for the differential and bevel gear group and the bearings for the rear wheels. This hydraulic system also cools the bearings for the differential and bevel gear group and the bearings for the rear wheels. For the correct oil that should be used in the system, refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual for your machine.The steering pump (17) supplies oil to the priority valve (1). The brake ECM controls the supply valve (18) that is based on a temperature sensor that is mounted in the rear axle housing (12). Oil flow is directed to the pump motor (14) when the supply solenoid valve (18) is OFF. Oil flow is blocked to the pump motor (14) when the supply solenoid valve (18) is ON.The pump motor (14) drives the rear axle oil pump (13). The rear axle oil pump (13) sends oil to the rear axle oil filter (3) and to the final drive bypass manifold (9). If the machine is equipped with an auxiliary cooler (5) oil will flow through the cooler before the bypass valve. The auxiliary cooler (5) and rear axle cooling fan (6) reduce the temperature of the oil.The bypass solenoid valve (8) sends oil to the final drive and to the differential gear (7) or the bypass solenoid valve (8) will bypass the right final drive (10) and the left final drive (11). This prevents the final drives from receiving too much oil under certain conditions.
Table 1
Rear Axle Lubrication Strategy
Supply solenoid valve Bypass solenoid valve
Rear Axle Oil Temperature Cold
< −4 °C (< 25 °F) Cool
−4 °C to 40 °C (25 °F to 102 °F) Hot
> 40 °C (> 102 °F) Cold
< −4 °C (< 25 °F) Cool
−4 °C to 40 °C (25 °F to 102 °F) Hot
> 40 °C (> 102 °F)
Not Moving 0 km/h (0 mph) OFF
ON after 5 min OFF
ON after 5 min OFF ON ON OFF
Moving 0 to 35 km/h (0 to 22 mph) ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
Moving Fast
> 35 km/h (> 22 mph) ON OFF OFF ON ON 5 min ON
1 min OFF
Gear Limit 3rd 4th No Note: When the supply solenoid is OFF, oil flow is directed to the rear axle lubrication pump motor. When the supply solenoid is OFF, the system is ON. When the supply solenoid is ON, oil flow is blocked to the rear axle lubrication pump motor. When the supply solenoid is ON the system is OFF.The brake ECM


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