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What is the correct fuse size for the cobra 25?


Take the Wattage output of any device. divide by the source voltage.

Most CB's 30watts peak. Most vehicles 14 volts when runnning. 12v when off.

30watts/12volts=2.5amps.

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Mack Fault Codes List


FAULT CODE IDENTIFICATION TABLE - VMACIII - 1998 & NEWER
1-1 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
1-2 Barometric Pressure Sensor
1-3 Fuel Temperature Sensor
1-4 Ambient Air Temp Sensor
1-6 Starter Input
1-7 Engine Coolant Level
1-8 (ASET CEGR) Estimated % Fan Speed
1-10 Aux. Cooling Relay Output
2-1 Engine Coolant Temp Sensor
2-2 (ASET IEGR) Boost Air Pressure Sensor
2-2 (ASET CEGR) Boost Air Pressure
2-3 Intake Air Temp Sensor
2-4 Trans Oil Temp Sensor
2-5 Front Drive Axle Oil Temp Sensor
2-6 Rear Drive Axle Oil Temp Sensor
2-7 Engine Oil Temp Sensor
2-8 (ASET CEGR) Combustion Air Temperature
2-9 (ASET CEGR) Combustion Air Temp Sensor
3-1 Exhaust Temperature Sensor
3-2 Engine Speed Sensor
3-3 Redundant Engine Speed
3-4 Engine Position Sensor
3-5 Engine Brake Output #1
3-6 Engine Brake Output #2
3-8 Trans Splitter Position
3-10 (ASET CEGR) Engine Brake Output #3
4-1 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)
4-2 Fan Clutch Output
4-3 Auxiliary Output #1
4-4 Auxiliary Output #2
4-5 (ASET IEGR) Wastegate Output
4-5 (ASET CEGR) VTG Position Sensor
4-6 Tachometer Output
4-7 Speedometer Output
4-8 Customer Defined Statement
4-9 (ASET CEGR) EGR Valve Mechanism
5-1 Throttle Position Sensor
5-2 Throttle Position Sensor Reference Voltage
5-3 Engine Shutdown Lamp/Alarm
5-5 Electronic Malfunction Lamp
5-6 Spare Relay #3
5-7 Engine Oil Level
5-8 (ASET CEGR) EGR Temperature
5-9 (ASET CEGR) EGR Mass Flow
6-1 Fuel Level
6-2 (ASET CEGR) Turbocharger Speed
6-3 J1708/J1587 Link
6-4 J1939 Link
6-5 All Communication Lost - Engine Shutdown
6-6 Fuel Control Module
6-7 Power Relay
6-8 J1939 Link
6-9 Other ECU Affecting Operation
7-1 Service Brake Switch
7-2 Parking Brake Switch
7-3 Speed Control SET Switch
7-4 Speed Control RESUME Switch
7-5 Battery / Alternator Voltage
7-6 Switched Voltage
7-7 Exhaust Temp Reference
7-9 VTG Actuator
8-1 Electronic Unit Pump #1
8-2 Electronic Unit Pump #2
8-3 Electronic Unit Pump #3
8-4 Electronic Unit Pump #4
8-5 Electronic Unit Pump #5
8-6 Electronic Unit Pump #6
8-9 Solenoid Boost Voltage
9-1 Transport Protocol
9-2 Power Reset Without Key Switch
9-3 (ASET CEGR) Aftercooler Outlet Temperature
9-5 (ASET CEGR) Compressor Discharge Temp
9-8 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #1
9-9 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #2
9-10 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #3
10-1 (ASET CEGR) Internal Sensor Voltage
10-2 (ASET CEGR) 5 Bolt Supply
10-3 (ASET CEGR) Sensor Supply Voltage #1
10-4 (ASET CEGR) Sensor Supply Voltage #2
10-5 (ASET CEGR) Fuel Filter Differential Pressure
10-6 (ASET CEGR) Fuel Delivery Pressure
10-7 (ASET CEGR) Odometer Save Area Failure
10-8 (ASET CEGR) GPS Position Data Not Received
10-9 (ASET CEGR) Watchdog Timer Reset


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What causes the altonator to heat up when the engine is runnning


alternators do get hot
spins very fast to create amps output to the battery
and close to engine running heat

as they get older they can fail
replace alternator if inspection finds it faulty

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1990 Dodge Ramcharger won't start. Battery output 12v, voltage across coil terminals 6v, voltage output at coil port to coil wire 6v, voltage of coil wire output to distributor 6v. Engine will c


There should be a small white ceramic block on the firewall - this component cuts the battery voltage from 12 to 9 volts for the coil and ignition system. It has 4 wires and is called a ballast resistor.
You may need a book with the wiring diagram to be able to test it. You should have battery voltage going in and something like 9 volts coming out.
You can also run a wire with a fuse from the battery to the positive side of the coil to check the system. Disconnect the factory wire from the coil first.

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Which codes (OBDI or II) do I use for my 1994 Jeep Grand cherokee laredo 4.0 2wd


before 1996 they use onboard diagnosis system for jeep.

when you turn on key you need to count check engine light blinks.

here are codes taken from internet.

11* No crank reference signal detected during engine cranking.
12* Direct battery input to PCM was disconnected within the last 50 key-on cycles.
13** No difference recognized between the engine MAP reading and the barometric (atmosphereic) pressure reading at start-up
14** MAP sensor input below minimum acceptable voltage.
or
MAP sensor input above maximum acceptable voltage.
15** No vehicle distance (speed) sensor signal detected during road load conditions.
17* Engine coolant temperature remains below normal operating temperatures during vehicle travel (thermostat).
21** Neither rich nor lean condition detected from the oxygen sensor input.
or
Oxygen sensor input voltage maintained above the normal operating range.
22** Engine coolant temperature sensor input above maximum acceptable voltage.
or
Engine coolant temperature sensor input below minimum acceptable voltage.
23** Intake manifold air temperature sensor input above maximum acceptable voltage.
or
Intake manifold air temperature sensor input below minimum acceptable voltage.
24** Throttle position sensor input above maximum acceptable voltage.
or
Throttle position sensor input below minimum acceptable voltage.
25** A shorted condition detected in one or more of the idle air control motor circuits.
27* Injector #1 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
or
Injector #2 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
or
Injector #3 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
or
Injector #4 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
or
Injector #5 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
or
Injector #6 output driver does not respond properly to the control signal.
33* An open or shorted condition detected in the A/C clutch relay circuit.
34* An open or shorted condition detected in the speed control vacuum or vent solenoid circuits.
or
Speed control switch input below the minimum acceptable voltage.
or
Speed control switch input above the maximum acceptable voltage.
35* An open or shorted condition detected in the radiator fan relay circuit.
41* An open or shorted condition detected in the generator field control circuit.
42* An open or shorted condition detected in the auto shutdown relay circuit.
44* An open or shorted condition exists in the engine coolant temperature sensor circuit or a problem exists in the PCM's battery temperature voltage circuit.
46** Battery voltage sense input above target charging voltage during engine operation.
47** Battery voltage sense input below target charging voltage during engine operation. Also, no significant change detected in battery voltage during active test of generator output.
51** Oxygen sensor signal input indicates lean air/fuel ratio condition during engine operation.
52** Oxygen sensor signal input indicates rich air/fuel ratio condition during engine operation.
53* PCM internal fault condition detected.
54* No fuel sync (camshaft signal) detected during engine cranking.
55* Completion of diagnostic trouble code display on the malfunction indicator lamp (check engine lamp).
62* Unsuccessful attempt to update SRI (service reminder indicator) miles in the PCM EEPROM.
63* Unsuccessful attempt to write to an EEPROM location by the PCM.

* - Check engine lamp will not illuminate at all times if this code was recorded. Cycle ignition key as described and observe code flashed by check engine lamp.

** - Check engine lamp will illuminate during engine operation if this code was recorded.

PCM = Powertrain Control Module (the engine computer)
MAP = Manifold Absolute Pressure (the sensor that measures how hard the engine is sucking air through the intake manifold
EEPROM = Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (a type of computer chip used inside the PCM)

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High voltage rpm power generator output


Not sure what you mean "high voltage rpm power generator out", however many people have asked how to adjust the engine for proper voltage output. On generators with~out a voltage regulator, I adjust the engine RPM by using a digital voltage meter that has a Hz setting. Adjust the governor untill the meter displays 60 Hz. With the geneator producing 60 cycles, I know that the engine is turning 3600 rpm (the engine produces max hp when it is turning 3600 rpm). At this point, read the voltage output to verify that the range is between 115 ~ 120. On generators with a voltage regulator, verify/adjust that generator is producing 60 cycles then adjust voltage by turning screw at the regulator (some regulators are sealed with potting compound and can not be adjusted). If your power demands are not that great and you appliance can operate at 50 cycles, adjust governor as needed. Lowering to 50 cycles will also reduce output voltage. Good luck

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Battery charges most of the time but the longer i ride the battery goes dead and speedometer and turn signals stop working but it will keep runnning


You need to check the output of your alternator. You'll need a DVOM (digital volt ohm meter) to check the outputs.

First connect the meter across your battery. Red meter lead to the positive terminal, black meter lead to the negative or a good ground. Put the function selector of your meter in DC VOLTS, 20 VOLT RANGE. Start the engine and bring it to a high idle, 2000 RPM. Your meter should read 14.5 to 15.0 volts. Turn all lights on and make sure the voltage stays the same.

If your meter reads low in this test, you need to check the output of the stator. On the lower left front of the engine, you'll see a plug where the voltage regulator plugs into the engine case. Unplug this plug and look into the part that is in the engine case. You'll see two metal contacts. These are what you're going to put your meter leads to in this test. Since the voltage is now AC volts, it makes no difference which lead goes to which contact. Put your meter's function selector in AC VOLTS, 50 VOLT RANGE. Start the engine and bring it to a high idle. Insert the meter leads into the contacts. The meter should read at least 30 volts AC voltage here.

If the alternator stator test fails, you need a new stator. If it passes the test, you need a new regulator. If both pass the test, you need to evaluate the current draw of any extra lights or other equipment that you may have put on the bike. If your equipment is drawing more current than the alternator is capable of producing, a slow drawdown of the battery is the results.

Good Luck
Steve

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New battery when i turn on the heat. my battery light came on? why


The alternator should be tested for its operational value in this case. There may be some issues with the charge rate.

Testing the amperage output of the alternator is good for measuring the amount (not the level) of voltage the alternator can produce. This test can be tricky because if the alternator is weak it can still show it as producing amperage. Which is good, but if the voltage is low, it will still allow the battery to go dead. To check the amperage output of an alternator an amp meter is needed. Once the meter is connected start the engine. Next turn on all electrical accessories and raise the engine idle to about 1200 RPM. The alternator should output the max amperage it was designed to produce. Example: a 90 amp alternator should output about 88 amps. Note: An alternator cannot sustain maximum output for long periods of time. If the alternator is forced to operate at maximum output it will overheat and fail. An alternator is designed to operate at max amperage output only for a reasonable amount of time.

((Connect the voltage meter lead the same way you would in a battery static voltage check, Start engine (do not drive) at engine idle the voltage should be between 13.6 to 14.3 volts. If not the alternator may need replacing.)))

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Powermate PM0496500.02 No voltage output


Here is a simple test to check field and other wiring. With engine off apply 12v ac 1 amp to 110v outlet plug on generator. This will energize the field windings and should cause the armature to produce dc voltage at the brushes and produce a nice magnet. If there is a short in the field or broken wire or shorted capacitor there will be no dc reading at the brushes. . This test is the opposite of what actually occurs when the engine is running. That is the armature produces a magnet fed thru the windings, regulator and brushes. If dc voltage is present at the burshes, remove 12v ac and start engine to check for output. enjoy

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