CM850 Electronic Control System – 019-043   Engine Wiring Harness

General Information

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The engine uses three separate wiring harnesses to control the engine and some of the vehicle operations. Shown, left to right, are the ECM ports for the following:

  1. 4-pin OEM power supply harness connector
  2. 60-pin engine harness connector
  3. 50-pin OEM harness connector.
 
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Remove

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Remove the harness clamps from the engine block.

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Disconnect the engine harness from the injector pass-through connectors.

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Disconnect the 60-pin engine harness connector from the ECM.

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Disconnect the 4-pin power supply harness connector from the ECM.

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Disconnect the electronic fuel control actuator from the engine harness.

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Disconnect the engine harness from the following :

  • Crankshaft position sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-365.
  • Camshaft position sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-363.
  • Intake manifold pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-061.
  • Intake manifold temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-059.
  • Barometric pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-004, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Oil pressure switch. Refer to Procedure 019-066.
  • Engine coolant temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-019.
  • Turbocharger speed sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-390,
    (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Turbocharger compressor inlet temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-395, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Turbocharger control valve. Refer to Procedure 019-388, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Rail fuel pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-115.
  • Water-in-fuel sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-127.
  • Fuel lift pump.

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Inspect for Reuse

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Replace or repair the engine harness if there is an open circuit or a short circuit found under the protective covering of the harness body.

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Install

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Connect the engine harness to the following:

  • Crankshaft position sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-365.
  • Camshaft position sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-363.
  • Intake manifold pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-061.
  • Intake manifold temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-059.
  • Barometric pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-004, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Oil pressure switch. Refer to Procedure 019-066.
  • Engine coolant temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-019.
  • Turbocharger speed sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-390,
    (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Turbocharger compressor inlet temperature sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-395, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Turbocharger control valve. Refer to Procedure 019-388, (this applies to automotive and industrial only).
  • Rail fuel pressure sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-115.
  • Water-in-fuel sensor. Refer to Procedure 019-127.
  • Fuel lift pump.

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Connect the electronic fuel control actuator connector.

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Connect the 60-pin engine harness connector to the ECM.

Torque Value:  3  n.m  [27 in-lb]

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Connect the engine harness to the injector pass-through connectors.

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Connect the 4-pin OEM power supply harness connector to the ECM.

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Install the harness clamps that hold the engine harness to the engine block.

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Last Modified:  21-Mar-2005