Use this section for the troubleshooting of problems that have generated event codes but do not have active diagnostic codes. When the event code is generated, the event is active. Any generated code becomes logged in the permanent memory of the Electronic Control Module (ECM).
Event codes alert the operator that an abnormal engine operating condition such as low oil pressure or high coolant temperature has been detected. Events do not indicate problems with the electronic system. Event codes also indicate the nature of the problem. Event codes may be viewed on a personal computer that has the software for AVSpare Electronic Technician (ET).
Illustration 1 indicates output voltage from the coolant temperature sensor. Cat ET can be used to turn these features on and off. When the features are turned on, the display will appear on an electronic monitoring module and an event will also be logged in the ECM. When the features are turned off, the display will not appear on a monitoring module, but an event will still be logged.
|3500B System Event Codes    |
|Event Code    ||Description    |
|E009    ||High Altitude Derate    |
|E017    ||High Engine Coolant Temperature Warning    |
|E021    ||High Exhaust Temperature Derate    |
|E031    ||Air Filter Restriction Derate    |
|E035    ||Loss of Coolant Flow Warning    |
|E038    ||Low Engine Coolant Temperature Warning    |
|E073    ||High Oil Differential Pressure Warning    |
|E095    ||Fuel Filter Restriction Warning    |
|E099    ||Engine Oil Filter Restriction Warning    |
|E100    ||Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning    |
|E101    ||High Crankcase Pressure Warning    |
|E173    ||High Exhaust Temperature Warning    |
|E190    ||Engine Overspeed Warning    |
|E265    ||User Defined Shutdown    |
|E272    ||Inlet Air Restriction Warning    |
|E279    ||High Aftercooler Temperature Warning    |
|E2089    ||Oil Renewal System Cannot Operate    |