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#1770366 - 05/19/09 01:00 PM International Truck problem codes
Martin Am. Offline
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Registered: 03/07/07
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Loc: Concord, NC

I know this is not the right spot for it, but I can't seem to find the info I need on the web. We have a 1999 4700 series international refrigerated truck. Today it threw some codes, anyone have a reference to codes like we do the ford ones?

They are

SID 247, FMI 02, 222, Brake Switch Circuit Fault
PID 091, FMI 02, 133, Accelerator Position Signal Inrange Fault *M*

The rest we got were inactive, and taken care of.

The reason I am asking is because lately the truck has been acting weird. When making a small incline it loses all acceleration and barely wants to move. Once flat or downhill it gets going again. My boss thinks we might have a leak in the piping to the turbo, but I am not sure. Any thoughts? Also when driving, once up past 45MPH the "PARK BRAKE" light will come on ONLY while the gas pedal is depressed.
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#1770554 - 05/19/09 05:56 PM Re: International Truck problem codes [Re: Martin Am.]
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Registered: 10/06/07
Posts: 1763
Loc: Austin TX
What engine does this truck have? If it's a T444E I can be of help since my Powerstroke is pretty much the same engine.

The description of the second code looks like there's a problem with the DBW throttle.
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#1770666 - 05/19/09 07:58 PM Re: International Truck problem codes [Re: MrEvil]
JetSledOnWheels Offline
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Registered: 09/28/07
Posts: 1530
Loc: Minneapolis, MN
From an ex-diesel mechanic, the first code is common among internatonal and generally implies that the brake switch isnt operating correctly (the one that turns the lights on).
The second one is 90% the throttle position sensor on the accelerator pedal. its mounted to the floor beneath the pedal.

If you want to test the TPS most brands of diagnostic equipment will read the signal from the TPS and the Brake switch.
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#1770956 - 05/20/09 07:21 AM Re: International Truck problem codes [Re: JetSledOnWheels]
Martin Am. Offline
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Registered: 03/07/07
Posts: 390
Loc: Concord, NC

Why would the parking brake light pop on while driving, and only while hte truck is under throttle?
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#1771764 - 05/21/09 07:21 AM Re: International Truck problem codes [Re: Martin Am.]
JetSledOnWheels Offline
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Registered: 09/28/07
Posts: 1530
Loc: Minneapolis, MN
brake diagnostic system is throwing a code. check all your slack adjusters and s-cams (if air) and all calipers/pads (if hydraulic)
Check the drier, and the pump governor (if air) and check brake fluid (if hydraulic) Check to make sure the parking brake lever position switch is working correctly (if a mechanically activated parking brake). and after... yes after ensuring all the above are in order check to make sure you arent losing air at speed (if air)

Are you hearing any buzzers or experiencing any brake fade?
If so it would be loss of air, and worn brake hardware(including shoes/pads) respectively.


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#1774696 - 05/25/09 06:00 PM Re: International Truck problem codes [Re: JetSledOnWheels]
Martin Am. Offline
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Registered: 03/07/07
Posts: 390
Loc: Concord, NC

We just replaced the rear pads and calipers(its hydraulic). We are losing the speed when it governs at 65, it'll slow down as usual, but on hills it wont kick back up and slowly fade speed down to 45 and soon as we hit level ground it picks back up.

Also, the Park Brake light only comes on while under throttle, and when over 50 mph.

The brake pedal, when depressed does alot of noise making, is that normal?
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