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Have a coolant system pressure test done to determine any leaks. have a compression test done to check for head gaskets and cracks.. Have a flow test done to determine if cores are blocked. Check radiator cap for correct operation. Check return hose to reservoir to ensure it is air tight and allows coolant to be drawn back to radiator when cooling down

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Komatsu Fault Codes


E02 PC-the EPC system;
E03, Swing parking brake system;
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E11, the engine control system failure (decrease of output power, in order to protect the engine);
E14, the feedback system abnormalities;
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More Fault Codes HERE http://truckmanual.weebly.com/komatsu-fault-codes.html

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Code B0936 what is it


b0936 - When engine coolant is at the proper level, the low coolant switch is closed. When in this condition, battery voltage is applied to the low coolant 1478 input of the body control module (BCM).
When coolant is below the proper level, the coolant switch opens. Because no voltage is applied to circuit 1478, the BCM responds by sending a serial data message to the instrument panel cluster to turn On the low coolant light.
The BCM has an internal timer, which will not turn On the low coolant telltale unless the coolant level is low for greater than 30 seconds. The timer avoids coolant "sloshing" falsely turning On the light.
B0936 Coolant level sensor circuit malfunction .
Check for poor connection at BCM. Inspect harness connector for backed out terminals, improper terminal mating, broken connector locks, improperly formed or damaged terminals and poor terminal to wire connection (terminal crimped over wire insulation and not conductors).


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Inspect wiring harness for damage. Check for broken or chafed insulation.


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Check for poor connection at the low coolant switch.


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Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor (G62) - Low Input
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Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Triggered on first occurrence.
Coolant thermostat.
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Possible Cause:
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) active.
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Timing misaligned.
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Check Wiring from/to Camshaft Position Sensor.
Check Camshaft Position Sensor.
Check Timing.

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