- Jun 22, 2011
I suggest that you should keep that bowl well-drained. The High Pressure fuel syustem on that engine DOES NOT like water.Had one on water in separator. Drained that.
No it’s only throwing a DC for one sensor. Both Codes you see refer to the RH #1 sensor. 2687 refers to the RH #1 sensor, 2688 to the RH #2 sensor.With it throwing alerts in both sensors does that sound like a crimped or cut wires?
You'll find the duty cycle measurement (on a Fluke anyway) operates on the same key as frequency (Hz).Kinda Greek to me.
They are monitoring the drive motor speed in RPM. The reason that there are two of them per side is in case one fails the machine will still move using the signal from the other. It's the same reason the engine has two speed/timing sensors, redundancy.Just curious if the sensors are working properly what dynamic are they monitoring and why?
It is a feedback signal to the ECM so that, along with the position signals from the joysticks, and the signals from the ECM TO the hydrostatic pump solenoids, the machine ground speed can be controlled based on the operator joystick signal input. The propulsion system on this machine is 100% fly-by-wire.Yes sir I understand they monitor speed but what is that signal used for?