Configure Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor on Certain K-Series Wheel Loaders and Dozers {1408, 1439, 4203} Caterpillar


Configure Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor on Certain K-Series Wheel Loaders and Dozers {1408, 1439, 4203}

Usage:

824K 234


Wheel Dozer
824K (S/N: 2T21-UP; 2L41-UP; 2341-UP; RWB1-UP)
834K (S/N: TW41-UP; L4Y1-UP; LWY1-UP; TWY1-UP)
844K (S/N: MBE1-UP; M4R1-UP; KLS1-UP; K4Y1-UP)
854K (S/N: KK31-UP; RM31-UP; KK61-UP; RM61-UP)
Wheel Loader
986K (S/N: MH81-UP; NL81-UP; SWH1-UP)
988K (S/N: T8E1-UP; L8X1-UP; LWX1-UP; TWX1-UP)
988K XE (S/N: E8X1-UP; EWX1-UP)
990K (S/N: DJK1-UP; A9P1-UP; M9P1-UP; K9X1-UP)
992K (S/N: KK21-UP; RM21-UP; KK41-UP; SM41-UP; RM51-UP; AP71-UP)
994K (S/N: MM91-UP; MRK1-UP)

Introduction

This Special Instruction provides the necessary instruction to configure tire pressure monitor sensor on the machines listed above.

Do not perform any procedure in this Special Instruction until you have read the information and you understand the information.

Safety Section

------ WARNING! ------

Do not operate or work on this product unless you have read and understood the instruction and warnings in the relevant Operation and Maintenance Manuals and relevant service literature. Failure to follow the instructions or heed the warnings could result in injury or death. Proper care is your responsibility.


------ WARNING! ------

Failure to follow all safety guidelines prescribed in this document and by governing authorities and regulatory agencies may result in severe injury or death of personnel or machine damage.


------ WARNING! ------

When removing a major component or attachment, ensure that it is properly blocked or secured before removing mounting hardware. An assembly that is disconnected without proper blocking may shift or fall, resulting in serious injury or death of personnel or machine damage.


------ WARNING! ------

Personal injury or death can result from improper maintenance procedures. To avoid injury or death, follow the procedures exactly as stated below.


------ WARNING! ------

Before servicing/performing maintenance on the machine, electrical power must be physically disconnected; battery plugs must be disconnected from the batteries, or the trailing cable must be unplugged, and warning tags and padlocks shall be applied by a certified electrician. Certified electricians shall perform or direct any electrical work, including any energized testing, repair work in controllers, motors, or other approved compartments, and shall insure that all compartments are properly closed and inspected prior to re-energization. All applicable lock out and tag out procedures must be followed.


------ WARNING! ------

Do not operate the machine if any guards or covers are missing or inadequately secured. Personnel could be seriously injured or machine damage may occur.


------ WARNING! ------

Observe the safe working load limits of all lifting and blocking devices and keep a safe distance from suspended/blocked loads. Personnel may be seriously injured or killed by falling loads.


Machine Preparation

  1. Move the machine to a hard, level surface.

  2. Place the transmission control in the NEUTRAL position.

  3. Lower all implements to the ground.

  4. Set the parking brake and shut off the engine.

Required Parts

Table 1
Required Part 
Item  Qty  Part Number  Part Name 
542-9551  Pressure Sensor Gp 

Installation Procedure



    Illustration 1g06369582
    View of stem valve cap
    (A) Stem Valve Cap

  1. Remove stem valve cap (A) on all four tires as shown in Illustration 1.


    Illustration 2g06369585
    View of 542-9551 Pressure Sensor Gp
    (1) 542-9551 Pressure Sensor Gp

  2. Install pressure sensor (1) to the valve stem as shown in Illustration 2. Repeat the same procedure for the remaining tires.

    Note: Record the unique six-digit identification code for each tire sensor which is needed for configuration.

Software Configuration

Note: To configure the software, a factory password is required. An internet connection is required, or the ability to call into the factory password help desk.

  1. Connect Cat ET and select Transmission ECM. Navigate to ECM Configuration.

  2. Set Tire Monitoring System Installation Status to "Installed".

  3. Enter in the unique six-digit identification code for each tire.

  4. Enter in the required front and rear tire cold inflation pressure. Obtain proper tire inflation pressures from your tire supplier.

  5. Turn the ignition to the OFF position. Power cycle the battery.


    Illustration 3g06295120

  6. Turn the ignition to the ON position. On the monitor, navigate to Machine > Parameters > TPMS. Verify that the pressures are displayed on the screen. Refer to Illustration 3.

Note: It may take up to 5 minutes to read the tire pressures properly.

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