STE/ICE-R BATTERY TROUBLESHOOTING
Tools and Special Tools
General Mechanics Tool Kit (WP 0541 00, Item 57)
STE/ICE-R Test Set (WP 0541 00, Item 6)
See your -10
(WP 0052 00)
Engine stopped (see your -10)
Carrier blocked (see your -10)
Fuel off, engine must not start (see your -10)
All electrical power off (see your -10)
Drivers seat raised (see your -10)
STE/ICE-R starter circuit test hooked up (WP 0116 00)
STE/ICE-R power hooked up (WP 0114 00)
1. Make sure all electrical accessories are off.
2. Set test select switches to 75.
3. Press and hold test button until CAL appears on display.
4. Release test button, wait for offset value to appear on display.
5. Is offset value within -225 to +225?
1. Go to offset fault isolation TM
2. Verify no faults found.
While cranking engine with bad or discharged batteries, it is
possible for VTM to lose power and come on again after
cranking has stopped. If this occurs, clean battery posts and
clamps. If they are loose or corroded, correct them and
1. Press and release test button.
2. When GO appears, engage starter switch for two seconds or until
OFF is displayed.
3. Is test value displayed?
1. If display shows GO, there is a bad
connection in the starter circuit.
Check cables and connections to
starter and repeat test.
2. If GO is still displayed, then you may
have a very poor battery in the series
pair being tested.
3. If display shows .184.108.40.206., there may
be a bad connection on the batteries
being tested. Clean and tighten the
connections on the batteries and
4. If display shows ---- or .220.127.116.11.,
the batteries being tested may be in a
discharged state. Check batteries
electrolyte level; charge batteries and
5. If display shows E013 three times, or
----, or .18.104.22.168. after batteries have
been charged, replace batteries.
6. Verify no faults found.