John Deere Harvester error codes 9560, 9660


Search and repair faults

In order to save time and money, you must use the following seven rules for quick and accurate troubleshooting:

1. LEARN THE NODE

In other words, do everything depending on you. Read the operating instructions for the driver, as well as this manual to know how to operate separate components and their functions.

Check out the latest information on maintenance. Read it and then keep it in an accessible place. These data may contain information about the cause of problems that you have encountered and how to resolve them.

2. TAKE CARE OF DRIVING

Ask the driver, how did you manage the co-harvester, when the break was noted.

Find out that in the operation of the kombayn there was not so, as usual.

Also, find out whether any work has been done on the harvester yourself. It is possible that you find that the fault is different, but you must know about max, which have already been taken.

Find out how the combiner was exploited, and how often it was maintained.

A large number of malfunctions arises from the consequences of good waste and negligent treatment.

3. TRY THE COMBINE IN WORK

If you can use the combiner, try it for yourself. Do not rely entirely on the words of the driver, check all.

Are the correct data indicative of measuring devices? If there is no, it is possible that the terminal is provided with a device, it is functional, or the measuring device is not faulty.

HOW DOES YOU COMBINE? Is it too fast, too slow, wrong, or isn’t it in general?

Is the resistance to the pedals felt? Does it hit?

Is there smoke or smoke?

Are there unusual shields? If yes, then where?

 

Access to diagnostic codes and fault addresses

Information on display diagnostics on display

For each address there is an informational description. Description of the amenities

Providing information.

They are listed for operations, therefore, all addresses related to one type of information,

given together. In the vicinity of the system, one and the same bit of information can be in two or more addresses.

The diagram uses the symbols describing the image on the display for information:

• n - numeric value

• 1 - displays 1 or 0. This means ON or OFF, for the display of the address

• x - information in the position of this sign does not matter.

• _ - the sample. DISPLAY ON DISPLAY

Diagnostic faults priority

Each diagnostic fault code (DTC) has a defined priority. The DTC priority is characterized by the way the DTC is displayed on the driver:

• Priority 1 - The display of the 1 corner stand stops the normal operation, and the DTC appears on the screen. This indicates a malfunction, if a display is required to stop the combine, immediately turn off the engine and eliminate the malfunction. The display of the 1 corner stand shows the DTC until then, as long as the fault is not fixed.

• Priority 2 - The diagnostic indicator on the display of 1 corner stand is turned on. It indicates a malfunction, which should be checked immediately.

• Priority 3 - DTC is recorded in memory, but does not show the combiner.

A — Diagnostics Menu

B — Diagnostic Codes

C — Quick Calibration Menu

D — List of addresses

E — Display and erase the fault codes of the faults

F — Calibration of the position sensor

G — Header Calibration

H — Calibration of the incline sensor CONTOUR MASTER

I — Deck Position Sensor

J — Combine Address

K — Calibration of the receiver position sensor

L — Calibration of the position sensor of the receiver

Press the diagnostic buttons. dIA appears in the display of needle bar 1.

Press the buttons with the arrows up or down to reach the desired address. For example, on a display of 1 corner stand, E01 appears.

Press the input button.

Press the buttons with the arrows up or down to reach the desired address. For example, on a display of 1 corner stand, 125 appears.

Press the input button.

Information on this address can be seen on a display of 1 corner stand.

If the address is of the type DISPLAY / MODIFY, the contents must be changed.

• The first available charge will flash (on the top or bottom line, depending on the type

reapers)

• Press the buttons with the arrow pointing down and up on the display to increase or decrease the value of the blinking light.

• When the flashing value is correct, press the calibration button for the switch to the next one

• Continue to change the value sequentially for the same familiar text until the CPD1 display is

It will be necessary to show the required value.

• Press the input button to record the new value into memory

Expansion to normal operation mode:

• Press the button with the returnable arrow twice to return to normal operation

• Turn the ignition key to OFF / OFF.

• When using the following machine in a combiner, this calibration information will be used.

Warning messages and display error codes GREENSTAR

HARVEST DOC and HARVEST MONITOR WARNINGS:

Messages from the controller (s) are forwarded to the GREENSTAR display via the CAN bus.

WARNING IS DISPLAYED ON A GREENSTAR DISPLAY AS A COMPLETE PUBLICATION. Cancel

Warning by pressing the button next to the word CANCEL leads to its closing.

Caution warnings are shown in section “G” of the GREENSTAR display

DISCLAIMED ON THIS REMAINED WARNING WARNING. If the problem

resolved or no more, notice of caution CAUTION in section “G” more

Not to be displayed. HARVEST DOC and HARVEST MONITOR error codes:

The error codes can be seen by pressing the INFO button on the GREENSTAR display. Then press on the button

next to the GreenStar display, then press on the button next to the words Recent Problems. On this page you will see the codes with the following short description. To clear the code (s) of the error, press on the button next to the words Fault Codes (error codes).

Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Group A00 — A00 - Diagnostic codes for engine malfunction

A00 00091.09 - CAN bus message on opening the throttle is not fixed or has not been received prior to 3

A00 000094.03 - Fuel pressure sensor (cc # 722) higher than the permissible limits - greater than 4.75 V constant current - priority 1

A00 000094.04 - Fuel pressure sensor (cc # 135), fuel pressure below permissible limits - priority 1

A00 000094.10 - Reduced pressure in the mains - priority 2

A00 000094.13 - Indication of the fuel pressure sensor above expected.

A00 000094.17 - If the engine doesn’t develop, the pressure in the mains after prolonged cranking is improved - priority 2

A00 000097.03 - Fuel water sensor signal (cc # 136) above allowable limits - priority 2

A00 000097.04 - Fuel in the water sensor (cc # 136) below the permissible limits - priority 2

A00 000097.31 - In fuel, water is detected - priority 2

A00 000100.01 - OIL PRESSURE SENSOR OPEN AFTER SUMMARY OF SPEED ABOVE SPEED OF CRANKSHAFT PROTECTION - PRIORITY 1

A00 000100.04 - The oil pressure sensor is closed after the engine is stopped - priority 2

A00 000105.00 - Drive temperature in the engine reservoir above 100 ° C (212 ° F) - priority 1

A00 000105.03 - The voltage in the air temperature sensor in the engine reservoir is higher than the permissible limits - priority 2

A00 000105.04 - The voltage in the air temperature sensor in the engine reservoir is lower than the permissible limits - priority 2

A00 000105.16 - Drive temperature in the engine manifold above 88 ° C (190 ° F) (moderately heavy) - priority 2

A00 000107.00 - The switch for filling the air filter is signalized for the filling of the air filter - priority 2

A00 000110.00 - Temperature of engine coolant above 115 ° C (240 ° F) (heaviest mode) - priority 1

A00 000110.00 - Temperature of engine oil above 120 ° C (248 ° F) (heaviest mode) - priority 1

A00 000110.03 - TEMPERATURE SENSOR FOR OXIDIZING ENGINE FLUID ABOVE EXTENDED LIMITS - PROFILE 2

A00 000110.04 - TEMPERATURE SENSOR TEMPERATURE LOWER BELOW SUPPORT LIMITS - PROFILE 2

A00 000110.15 - Temperature of engine oil above 105 ° C (221 ° F) - priority 2

A00 000110.16 - Temperature of engine oil above 110 ° C (230 ° F) - priority 2

A00 000111.01 - Lower level of oxidizing fluid. Engine temperature above 125 ° C (257 ° F) - Priority 1

A00 000158.17 - The controller is not provided with a suitable image - priority 2

A00 000174.03 - The temperature in the fuel temperature sensor in the engine above the permissible limits - priority 2

A00 000174.04 - The voltage in the fuel temperature sensor in the engine is lower than the permissible limits - priority 2

A00 000174.16 - Fuel temperature in the engine above the normal range (over 65 ° C / 149 ° F) - priority 2

A00 000174.16 - Fuel temperature in the engine above the normal range (over 80 ° C / 176 ° F) - priority 2

A00 000611.03 - The flashlight pin detected a short circuit on the battery in front of the flashlight - priority 1

A00 000611.04 - Pikkel putter found a short circuit on the macky in the lead to the picture - priority 1

A00 000620.03 - Internal (5-volt) constant voltage of the engine control unit outside the range or excessively high - priority 2

A00 000620.04 - Internal (5-volt) constant voltage of the engine control unit outside the range or too low - priority 2

A00 000627.01 - All current values on the picture outside the norm - priority 2

A00 000636.02 - Electrical interferences detected at the nococa + position sensor (cc # 172) and / or nacoca position sensor - (cc # 173) - priority 2

A00 000636.08 - No signal from the position sensor nacoca - priority 2

A00 000636.10 - Incorrect temporary monitoring diagram of impulses on the nacoca position sensor - priority 2

A00 000637.02 - On the engine speed sensor + (cc # 174) and / or (cc # 175) the electric tire is detected - priority 2

A00 000637.07 - Incorrect position of the engine speed sensor and the nacoca sensor - priority 2

A00 000637.08 - No signal from the engine speed sensor - Priority2

A00 000637.10 - Incorrect timing diagram of impulse monitoring at engine speed sensor - priority 2

A00 651.05 - Current at the foreground # 1 below expected - priority 2

A00 000651.06 - Current at the foreground # 1 increases too fast - priority 2

A00 000651.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 1 lower than expected - priority 2

A00 000652.05 - Current newsletter # 2 below expected - priority 2

A00 000652.06 - Current at the foreground # 2 increases too fast - priority 2

A00 000652.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 2 below expected - priority 2

A00 000653.05 - Current newsletter # 3 below expected - priority 2

A00 000653.06 - Current on the foreground # 3 increases too fast - priority 2

A00 000653.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 3 below expected - priority 2

A00 000654.05 - Current newsletter # 4 below expected - priority 2

A00 000654.06 - Current at the foreground # 4 increases too fast - priority 2

A00 000654.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 4 below expected - priority 2

A00 000655.05 - Current newsletter # 5 below expected - priority 2

A00 000655.06 - Current status # 5 increases too fast - priority 2

A00 000655.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 5 below expected - priority 2

A00 000656.05 - Current newsletter # 6 below expected - priority 2

A00 000656.06 - Current on the picture # 6 grows too fast - priority 2

A00 000656.07 - Fuel supply to cylinder # 6 below expected - priority 2

A00 000676.03 - The output signal (cc # 191) from the heater to the heater is high, if the vehicle is powered by the engine, it is not allowed to be powered up.

A00 000676.05 - The output signal (cc # 191) from the heater to the heater is low, if the vehicle is powered by the engine and the heater is powered up to 2

A00 000931.11 - Signal transmission nacoca (cc # 36) indicates the presence of short-circuiting or short-circuiting - priority 2

A00 001080.03 - Excessive power supply to the pressure sensor in the main (cc # 721) - priority 1

A00 001080.04 - Undervoltage supply to the pressure sensor in the main (cc # 721) - priority 1

A00 001347.03 - Pikkel revealed an underestimation in the chain of the solenoid nacoca (cc # 178) - priority 1

A00 001347.05 - Pikkel revealed an underestimation in the chain of the solenoid nacoca (cc # 176) - priority 1

A00 001347.05 - Pikkel revealed an underestimation in the chain of the solenoid nacoca (cc # 176) - priority 2

A00 001347.07 - The pressurization system in the mains cannot be supplied with the necessary pressure in the mains - gain 2

A00 001347.10 - Solenoid 1 nacoca does not provide the expected supply of fuel - priority 2

A00 001348.05 - Pikkel revealed an underestimation of the solenoid nacoca 2 (cc # 179) in the circuit - priority 2

A00 001348.10 - Solenoid 2 does not provide the expected fuel supply - priority 2

A00 001569.31 - Protecting the engine - Resetting the power due to other faults - Priority 2

A00 002000.13 - Enhancing the protection of the engine control unit - priority 1

Group C00 — C00 - Diagnostic codes for the faulty control unit in the armrest

C00 000158.04 - Power supply circuit (cc # 023) below 10.5 V DC - priority 3

C00 000170.03 - Excessive voltage at the CLIMATRAK sensor in the air temperature in the cab - more than 4.8 V DC - gain 3

C00 000170.04 - Undervoltage at the CLIMATRAK sensor of the air temperature in the cabin - less than 0.1 V constant current - priority 3

C00 000172.03 - Overvoltage at CLIMATRAK sensor for outdoor air temperature - greater than 4.8 V constant current 3

C00 000172.04 - Undervoltage on the CLIMATRAK sensor of the outdoor air temperature - less than 0.1 V DC - overvoltage 3

C00 000190.09 - No CAN bus from engine control unit - Engine speed - priority 3

C00 000605.04 - Ha CLIMATRAK low-pressure switch (cc # 914) 12 V DC - priority 3

C00 000627.03 - Overvoltage (cc # 006) above 16 V DC - priority 1

C00 000627.04 - Suspend voltage (cc # 006) below 10.5 V DC - priority 3

C00 000628.12 - The controller cannot exit the initial download program block - priority 1

C00 000630.11 - The controller did not give the EEPROM test when the power was turned on - priority 1 C00 000639,19 - CAN bus messages were not correctly transmitted or received 3

C00 000875.04 - CAN bus communication from the left operating device - CLIMATRAK signaling couplings (cc # 913) 12 B DC - current 3

C00 001490.08 - The speed of the power supply is not recognized - priority 2

C00 001498.11 - A signal with a transformer switch on indicates a short circuit, a short circuit, a high voltage or a high temperature - 3

C00 001499.11 - Signal from the activation of the unit indicates a short circuit, short circuit, high voltage or high temperature - power 3

C00 001499.12 - The pattern of the failure of the switching on of the device has detected a fault priority 2

C00 001504.11 - The seat switch was closed for 6 hours in order - priority 1

C00 001547.03 - CLIMATRAK Overvoltage on the temperature sensor inside the air conditioner - greater than 4.47 V constant current 3

C00 001547.04 - CLIMATRAK Undervoltage at the temperature sensor inside the air conditioner - lower than 0.1 V constant current overload 3

C00 001548.03 - CLIMATRAK Overvoltage on the exhaust air temperature sensor - more than 4.8 V constant current will increase 3

C00 001548.04 - CLIMATRAK Undervoltage on exhaust air temperature sensor - lower than 0.1 V constant current output 3

C00 001549.07 - CLIMATRAK The position of the water valve is more than 30% different from the predetermined gain 3

C00 200017.09 - Disappearance (s) of the CAN bus (s) from the control unit of the corner stand - priority 3

C00 200018.09 - Missing CAN bus communication (s) from the left control unit - priority 3

C00 200201.11 - Incorrect signals from the switch for switching on the device - priority 3

C00 200202.11 - Incorrect signals from the switch for switching the unit on - priority 3

Group C03 — C03 - Diagnostic codes for the faulty control unit of the corner stand

C03 000096.09 - There is no CAN bus from the right-hand control unit - fuel level - priority 3

C03 000110.09 - No CAN bus from the engine control unit - engine coolant temperature - priority 3

C03 000190.09 - No CAN bus from engine control unit - Engine speed - priority 3

C03 000627.03 - Suspend voltage (cc # 006) above the acceptable range - above 16 V DC - priority 3

C03 000628.12 - The controller cannot exit the initial download program block - priority 1

C03 000630.11 - EEPROM did not ask for a power-up test - priority 1

C03 000639.19 - CAN bus messages have not been correctly transmitted or received priority 3

C03 001079.03 - Excessive voltage on the load sensor - more than 5.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001079.04 - Undervoltage at the load position sensor - less than 4.5 V DC.

C03 001486.03 - Power sensor too high - more than 4.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001486.04 - The load sensor voltage is too low - less than 0.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001487.03 - Excessive voltage of light - greater than 4.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001487.04 - Undervoltage of the dimmed light - less than 0.5 V of constant current - priority 3

C03 001492.08 - Signal from the interior of the interior of the cabin detected a short circuit, short circuit, high voltage or high temperature 3

C03 001493.09 - There is no CAN bus from the main waste sensor - volume of the waste - priority 3

C03 001500.11 - The switch on the unit 1 of the display of the corner stand does not work for more than 30 seconds - priority 3

C03 001501.11 - The switch on the block 2 of the display of the angle stand does not work for more than 30 seconds priority 3

C03 001502.11 - The switch on the unit 3 of the display of the corner stand does not work for more than 30 seconds - priority 3

C03 001503.09 - No CAN bus from the armrest unit - Stat of the arm switch - 3

C03 001510.09 - No CAN bus available from the right-hand control unit - Temperature in the combiner - priority 3

C03 001511.09 - There is no CAN bus from the right-hand control unit - Loss of grain - Priority 3

C03 001486.03 - Power sensor too high - more than 4.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001486.04 - The load sensor voltage is too low - less than 0.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001487.03 - Excessive voltage of light - greater than 4.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001487.04 - Undervoltage of the dimmed light - less than 0.5 V of constant current - priority 3

C03 001492.08 - Signal from the interior of the interior of the cabin detected a short circuit, short circuit, high voltage or high temperature 3

C03 001493.09 - There is no CAN bus from the main waste sensor - volume of the waste - priority 3

C03 001500.11 - The switch on the unit 1 of the display of the corner stand does not work for more than 30 seconds - priority 3

C03 001501.11 - The switch on the block 2 of the display of the angle stand does not work for more than 30 seconds priority 3

C03 001502.11 - The switch on the unit 3 of the display of the corner stand does not work for more than 30 seconds - priority 3

C03 001503.09 - No CAN bus from the armrest unit - Stat of the arm switch - 3

C03 001510.09 - No CAN bus available from the right-hand control unit - Temperature in the combiner - priority 3

C03 001511.09 - There is no CAN bus from the right-hand control unit - Loss of grain - Priority 3

C03 001515.09 - No CAN bus from the Header control unit - Header parameters - priority 3

C03 001552.03 - CLIMATRAK Overvoltage for temperature adjustment - more than 4.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001552.04 - CLIMATRAK Undervoltage for setting the temperature - lower than 0.5 V DC - priority 3

C03 001552.13 - CLIMATRAK The temperature setting is not calibrated - priority 3

C03 001553.03 - CLIMATRAK Excessive voltage adjustment of the fan speed - greater than 4.5 V constant current will increase 3

C03 001553.04 - CLIMATRAK Underestimated voltage adjustment of the fan speed - lower than 0.5 V constant current 3

C03 001553.13 - CLIMATRAK Speed setting of a pure fan not calibrated - priority 3

C03 001565.09 - No CAN bus from the control unit in the armrest - Turning off the separator and the header - Priority 3

C03 001567.09 - Cannot receive CAN bus from the hot control unit - Control mode - priority 3

C03 100100.09 - There is no CAN bus from the left control unit - System data - priority 3

Group E00 — E00 - Diagnostic codes for faulty main sensor

E00 000190.09 - No CAN bus from engine control unit - Engine speed - priority 3

E00-E00 000628.12 - The controller cannot exit the initial download program block - priority 2

E00-E00 000630.11 - EEPROM did not receive a power-on test 2

E00-E00 000639.09 - The main unit for the management of waste will not receive the correct CAN bus - gain 3

E00-E00 000639.19 - CAN bus messages have not been correctly transmitted or received priority 3

E00-E00 001493.11 - Malfunction of the waste system - priority 3

E00-E00 001493.15 - Calibration of the waste system is exceeded - priority 3

E00-E00 001493.17 - Calibration of underestimated waste systems - priority 3

E00-E00 001494.08 - Detection of the photo in the main sensor of the waste - priority 3

E00-E00 001494.11 - Malfunction of the main waste sensor - priority 3

E00-E00 001495.08 - Detection of a photocell in the secondary exhaust sensor 3

E00-E00 001495.11 - Failure of the main waste sensor - priority 3

E00-E00 001496.07 - There is no waste electronics assembly - priority 3

E00-E00 001511.09 - There is no CAN bus from the right-hand control unit - Grain size - priority 3

E00-E00 001565.09 - There is no CAN bus from the control unit in the armrest - the separator and the header are on - priority 3

E00-Group E01 — E01 - Diagnostic Trouble Codes for Heater Control Unit

E01 000084.09 - No CAN bus from the corner control unit - Speed of the wheel - priority 3

E01 000190.09 - No CAN bus from engine control unit - Engine speed - priority 3

E01 000627.03 - Overvoltage on the controller - more than 16 V DC - priority 1

E01 000628.12 - The controller cannot exit the initial download program block - priority 1

E01 000630.11 - The system has not been calibrated or the EEPROM has not sustained a power-on test - priority 3

E01 000639.13 - The control unit does not receive a hot, up-to-date multi-bus CAN device - priority 3

E01 000639.19 - CAN bus messages have not been correctly transmitted or received - priority 2

E01 001079.03 - Excessive voltage at height sensor (cc # 481) - up to 5.25 V DC - priority 2

E01 001079.04 - Undervoltage at height sensor (cc # 481) - less than 4.75 V DC - priority 2

E01 001080.03 - Excessive voltage at height sensor 2 (cc # 471) - up to 5.25 V constant current gain 2

E01 001080.04 - Undervoltage at the height sensor 2 (cc # 471) - less than 4.75 V constant current gain 2

E01 001515.13 - The active control system is high or the CONTOUR MASTER system is not calibrated for a specific hinged header - wait 2

E01 001516.13 - “Floating” system of the header is not calibrated for a specific hinged header - priority 2

E01 001518.02 - The voltage in the circuit (codes 436, 487, 488 and 489) has been changed while the active system is running, and it is switched off automatically - 3