Manual: 8400 Electrical Troubleshooting for Champion 700 Series Motor Graders
Free Download Manual: Champion 700 Series Motor Graders – 8400 Electrical Troubleshooting – Error Code Table in Full PDF.
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Motor Grades, 8400 Electrical Troubleshooting Guide, Error Code Table, Code, Malfunction, Open Circuit, Forward, Neutral Input Error, Controller Restart Error, Error Code Explanation Chart, Code Series, Description, Low System Voltage, Check, Applied Voltage at Controller, Terminal Connector, Charging System, For Proper Grounding of Controller, Open Circuit or Short to Ground in Applicable Solenoid Circuit, Solenoid Coil, Solenoid Wiring Harness, Controller Connection, No Voltage in 15 Amp Circuit, Circuit Breaker, Transmission Relay, Short Circuit in Applicable Solenoid Circuit, Forward or Reverse Input Error, Neutral Input Error, Internal Forward or Reverse Signal Switch Malfunction, Grader Will not Operate, Reset Barker, Check Circuit Condition, Check Controller Ground Circuit, Replace Controller, Display Functional, Controller Ignoring Shift Commands, Error Code Displayed, Electrical Schematic, Ignition Switch, Neutral Start Relay, Battery, Solenoid, Clutch Engagement, Solenoids, Energized, Clutch Engaged, Solenoid, Pressure, Checkpoint Location, Solenoid Coil Resistance Values, Torque Specifications, Application, Valve Cartridges, Valve Cartridge, Torque Specifications, Grader Will Operate, Shift Steps are not Even, Segments of Display not Lit…
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We have a Champion 740A, here in N.Cameroon, it has been standing for like 5 years, three days I went to start as we want to move and either sell or utilize for the purpose it was bought…..roads. We have anti-poaching teams working with the game Department for fight off poachers from Somalia who come to take what few elephant are left in this region. It’s like a war at times, anyway the teams could use better roads to get around and to monitor movement.
The Cummings L10 made in August 1988 starts and ours like a dream, amazingly the water level in radiator still at the cap, full!
We checked all the oil levels and topped up where needed, but that bloody machine won’t move, I suspect electrical issues based on time standing, and humidity during the 3 months of the rainy season. However I did inspect the pick up sieve at the bottom of the reservoir, I did find some debris, that looked a lot like plate lining material……not a lot though, and I was hoping that there is enough to move the machine to a road about 19kms away over a few small but steepish inclines/ river gullies, where I can get it loaded on a loadbed and into a larger town where our office is about 6 hours away from camp.
Any ideas on making a short cut on which solenoids that we can maybe get it to move? We tried one, and the machine surged but that was it, the other attempt stalled the engine, even though the drive shaft was disconnected for obvious safety reasons.
Good morning/evening. I want to know how to operate and repair Heavy equipment such as BULLDOZERS< HYDRALIC EXCAVATOR, MOTOR GRADERS,ROLLERS,CRANES, LOADERS and BACKHOES. How much is the video or training book for each of them? I wanrt to go step by step( ONE AFTER ONE)> Thanks