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General Information
A small number of smart switches do not have an LED indicator. Instead, these switches have two LEDs for backlighting. A smart switch does not function correctly without programming the BHM. Optional features are designed around specic smart switch part numbers, and a different smart switch number cannot be substituted.
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General Information
Smart switches are optional low-current switches that are connected to the Bulkhead Module (BHM) or to an optional Switch Expansion Module (SEM) on a Business Class M2 vehicle. A smart switch is used to activate an optional feature on the vehicle. These features may include, but are not limited to: fog lights

interaxle lock control pusher and tag axle controls fth wheel slide control PTO control split-shaft PTO and re pump controls marker light interrupt control A smart switch is similar in appearance to a highcurrent switch. A smart switch can be differentiated from a high-current switch by the part number that is marked on the side of the switch. Each smart switch has a base part number of A06-37217. Another way to differentiate a smart switch from a highcurrent switch is to look at the electrical connector used on the switch. See Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 for illustrations of the connectors used on smart switches and highcurrent switches. A smart switch is signicantly different from a highcurrent switch. Unlike a high-current switch, the smart switch is designed to control very low currents, and will be damaged if it is connected to a high-current circuit. A smart switch has an internal printed circuit board which contains: A light-emitting diode (LED) for backlighting the switch when the headlights are turned on; A light-emitting diode (LED) that, when on solid, indicates the feature is activated and, when blinking, indicates an error condition. Two precision resistors that are used to create a unique switch identier that allows the BHM to identify each switch that is connected; Three precision resistors that are used to indicate the position of the switch.
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Fig. 1, Connector Used on a Smart Switch

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Fig. 2, Connector Used on a High-current Switch

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Smart Switches Removal and Installation

Removal
1. Turn off the engine, apply the parking brakes, and chock the tires. 2. Remove the trim plate panel. For instructions, see Section 60.08, Subject 100. 3. Remove the gauge panel surrounding the smart switch you want to remove. For instructions, see Section 60.08, Subject 100. 4. Disconnect the electrical connector from the smart switch. 5. Remove the smart switch from the gauge panel.

Installation
1. Install a new smart switch in the gauge panel. 2. Connect the electrical connector to the smart switch. 3. Install the gauge panel. For instructions, see Section 60.08, Subject 100. 4. Install the trim plate panel. For instructions, see Section 60.08, Subject 100. 5. Remove the chocks from the tires.

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screen lists all smart switches connected to the SEM. NOTE: Smart switches connected to the Bulkhead Module are not listed in the Switch Expansion Module smart switch screen. 5. To verify which smart switches are connected to the SEM, click the Identify SEM button in ServiceLink on the SEM Smart Switch screen. See Fig. 2. The smart switch indicator lights will blink for the switches connected to the SEM.

Typical Smart Switch Faults


Smart switch faults must be diagnosed to determine if the smart switch itself is the cause of the problem. See Table 1 for symptoms that might indicate a smart switch fault. See Table 2 for descriptions of smart switch faults.

Determining Which Smart Switches the Vehicle is Programmed to Use


Use the following instructions to determine which vehicle functions use a smart switch. 1. Log on to ServiceLink and click on the BHM icon. 2. Click on the Features tab. 3. All of the reference parameters programmed into the Bulkhead Module (BHM) that use a smart switch have "(Smart Switch)" in the description of the reference parameter. See Fig. 1. NOTE: Some reference parameter descriptions may indicate there is a smart switch even if the description indicates the vehicle is not programmed with that feature. An example is 26-01019-000, "Without Marker Interrupt Switch (Smart Switch)." Since a vehicle with this reference parameter is not programmed with the marker interrupt switch, there is no marker interrupt smart switch. 4. If the vehicle is equipped with a Switch Expansion Module, there will be an icon on the left-side menu of ServiceLink for that ECU. Click on that icon to display a separate tab for smart switches. This

Troubleshooting Smart Switch Faults


Use the following instructions to troubleshoot the smart switch faults described in Table 2.

Missing Smart Switch Fault


The Missing Smart Switch fault occurs when a smart switch that the BHM is programmed to use is not found connected to one of the ve BHM ports or one of the six SEM ports. Use the following steps to troubleshoot this fault. 1. Access the Features screen in ServiceLink to determine which smart switches the vehicle is programmed to use. For instructions, see "Determining Which Smart Switches the Vehicle is Programmed to Use" in this subject. 2. Identify which smart switches the vehicle recognizes as being installed using one of the appropriate J1939 templates in ServiceLink (for either the BHM or the SEM).

Smart Switch Faults J1587 Fault MID 164 164 164 SID 022 021 020 FMI 07 07 07 33 33 33 128 129 130 131 J1939 Fault SA SPN 6918 6919 6920 6914 6914 6914 6914 FMI 07 07 07 04 04 04 04 Missing Smart Switch Duplicate Smart Switch Extra Smart Switch Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground Fault Description

Table 1, Smart Switch Faults

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NOTE: See the ServiceLink Users Guide under "Templates" for instructions on using the DataLink monitor templates. These templates provide the unique smart switch decimal value that indicates what smart switches the Bulkhead Module is programmed to use. 3. See the "Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number" table in Specications 400 to crossreference the smart switch decimal value with the smart switch function. Compare this with the smart switches that were expected based on what features the Bulkhead Module was programmed to use. 4. Determine which smart switch is missing or not being correctly identied. A missing smart switch fault may occur due to one of the following conditions: The smart switch is physically not connected. There is a switch ID circuit wiring problem. J1939 communication problems exist between an optional SEM and the BHM. The switch ID resistors in the smart switch itself are faulty. 5. Remove the smart switch from the dash. Using the "Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number" table in Specications 400, determine the values of ID resistors R1 and R2. Add the R1 and R2 values. Measure the resistance between pins 7 and 8 of the smart switch. If the measurement is within 1 percent of the added resistance value, the switch is okay.

Smart Switches

SEM smart switch ports. Use the following steps to troubleshoot this fault. 1. Access the Features screen in ServiceLink to determine which smart switches the vehicle is programmed to use. For instructions, see "Determining Which Smart Switches the Vehicle is Programmed to Use" in this subject. 2. Identify which smart switches the vehicle recognizes as being installed using one of the appropriate J1939 templates in ServiceLink (for either the BHM or the SEM). NOTE: See the ServiceLink Users Guide under "Templates" for instructions on using DataLink monitor templates. These templates provide the unique smart switch ID number that indicates what smart switches the Bulkhead Module actually recognizes as being on the vehicle. 3. See the "Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number" table in Specications 400 to cross-reference the smart switch part number with the smart switch function. Compare this with the smart switches that were expected based on what features the Bulkhead Module was programmed to use. 4. Determine which smart switch is missing or not being correctly identied.

Duplicate Smart Switch Fault


The Duplicate Smart Switch fault indicates that there are two or more identical smart switches connected to either the BHM or SEM smart switch ports. Determine which smart switches the vehicle is programmed to use. See the Features screen in ServiceLink to determine which smart switches the vehicle is programmed to use. For instructions, see "Determining Which Smart Switches the Vehicle is Programmed to Use" in this subject.

Extra Smart Switch Fault


The Extra Smart Switch fault indicates that a smart switch that the vehicle is not programmed to utilize is found connected to one of the ve BHM or six

Denition of Smart Switch Faults Problem Missing Smart Switch Fault Description The BHM cannot detect a smart switch for a function that is programmed into the BHM by a reference parameter For example, no fog lamp switch, but a reference parameter for fog lamps is programmed into the BHM. The BHM has detected more than one smart switch for a particular function programmed into the BHM by a reference parameter. For example, two fog lamp smart switches are connected.

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Denition of Smart Switch Faults

Problem Extra Smart Switch Fault

Description The BHM detects a smart switch for a function that is not programmed into the BHM by a reference parameter. For example, a fog lamp switch is connected, but the vehicle is not programmed for fog lamps. The smart switch indicator and/or backlight drive circuit is overloaded. Only smart switches connected to a SEM report this fault. Table 2, Denition of Smart Switch Faults

Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground

The switch function that is duplicated will be two or more smart switch ports that have the same smart switch ID number shown in the applicable template.

The duplicate switch must be disconnected. See the ServiceLink Users Guide under "Templates" for instructions on using DataLink monitor templates.

Currently Installed Features Reference Parameter 2601017001


2601019001 2601020014 2601021000 2601026001 2601030000 2601031000 2601032003 2601034000 2601038000 2601039000 2601042000 2601045000 2601047000 2601052000 2601053000

Description With 7 Way Center Pin Ignition Supply


With Marker Interrupt Switch (Smart Switch) With Combo Stop/Turn Lamps Without Fog or Road Lamps Dome Lamps Not Multiplexed, Transmission Wiring Not Multiplexed, Vehicle Interface Wiring PTO End of Frame Air Control, With Ignition Interlock (Smart Switch) With Brake Line Air Dryer Not Multiplexed, Window Power Windshield Washer, Without Fluid Level Sensor With HVAC, Not Multiplexed With Backup Alarm, Manual Transmission With Electric Horn Audio System, Not Multiplexed With Heated Mirrors (Smart Switch)

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Display Wiring Instructions


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General Info Faults Flashing Smart Switches

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Bulkhead Module Smart Switches are not displayed on this page. Pressing button will flash Smart Switches LED lights associated with the SEM for 15 seconds.
Indentify SEM

Smart Switches Module 2601047000 2601052000 2601053000 Switch# 4 5 6 Switch ID 17 87 86 Description MKR, INTRPT FWD/REAR WHL LOCK FIFTH WHEEL Position ON OFF OFF

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Fig. 2, SEM Smart Switch Screen

Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground Fault


The Smart Switch VBATT Short to Ground fault indicates a smart switch indicator and/or backlight drive circuit is overloaded. Only smart switches connected to a SEM will report this fault. Use the following steps to troubleshoot this fault. 1. Access ServiceLink to determine which smart switches are connected specically to the SEM. 2. Click on the Switch Expansion Module icon on the left-side list of the ECUs. 3. Click on the Smart Switch tab. A list of all smart switches that are connected to the SEM will be displayed. 4. Click on the Identify SEM button in ServiceLink. This causes the smart switch indicator lights to blink. 5. Based on the descriptions of the switches connected to the SEM, look for the smart switch that

is connected to the SEM, but has an indicator light that is not blinking. 6. Once the affected smart switch is identied, troubleshoot the switch and check the wiring for a short circuit.

The Switch Controlled Option Does Not Work


When a smart switch controlled option does not work when the smart switch is activated, the problem is likely due to one of the conditions described in Table 3. If a function does not work and there are no active smart switch fault codes, then the following procedure will help determine if the smart switch itself or its wiring is the cause of the problem. If smart switch fault code(s) are active, troubleshoot them rst. To determine if the smart switch or its wiring is the cause of the multiplexed function not working, see Table 4.

Smart Switch Controlled Option Faults Problem Hardware problems Description Main VBATT fuse that supplies the output pin is open. BHM, CHM, or EXM output driver circuit is overloaded; too much current will cause the output to shut off. Faulty BHM, CHM, or EXM output driver (internal BHM, CHM, or EXM problem).

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Smart Switch Controlled Option Faults

Problem Output problems

Description The output device is faulty. For example, the suspension dump AMU solenoid valve is faulty. The output device wiring is faulty. Output is not wired to the correct output pin. If the output is connected to the CHM, there are possible J1939 communication problems between the BHM and CHM. If the output is connected to an EXM, there are possible J1939 communication problems between the BHM and EXM.

Input problems

Faulty smart switch. Faulty smart switch wiring. Other input conditions for the function to activate are not met. For example, the BHM does not sense that the park brake is set in order to activate the suspension dump valve. J1939 communication problems exist between the optional SEM and the BHM.

Software problems

The reference parameter is not compatible with vehicle options. The reference parameter has errors. Table 3, Smart Switch Controlled Option Faults

Smart Switch Troubleshooting Step 1 2 Test Procedure Are any smart switch faults active? Observe the smart switch indicator (if equipped) while attempting to operate the function with the switch. NOTE: If the switch does not have an indicator light, go to step 3. Test Result Yes No Blinks steady Go to step 2. The function interlocks were met, but the BHM does not sense that the function actually engaged. For example, if a function uses an AMU solenoid, the BHM may not be sensing that the function engaged through the AMU solenoid pressure switch. This could be caused by the AMU solenoid not switching, a bad pressure switch, or some other problem. This does not indicate a problem with the smart switch. On, then quickly off Some other condition is not met in order for the function to work. For example, if the function requires that the park brake be set in order for the function to operate, and the park brake is not set, then the function will not work. This does not indicate a problem with the smart switch. Off Switch does not have indicator Go to step 3. Go to step 3. Action Troubleshoot faults as outlined in this subject.

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Smart Switch Troubleshooting Step 3 Test Procedure Using ServiceLink, access the BHM Features screen. Is there a reference parameter listed for the function, and does it indicate the use of a smart switch? 4 Find the part number on the smart switch for the function that is not working. Using the "Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number" table in Specications 400, nd the ID Number that corresponds to the part number of the switch. In ServiceLink, open the applicable smart switch template (either for the BHM, or SEM). Locate the column that has the smart switch ID that matches the ID Number in "Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number" table in Specications 400. While observing the input or position status on the template, operate the switch through each position. There should be a change in either the voltage input, or position (depending on the template). Is there a change in switch position reected in the template? 5 Remove the smart switch. Check resistance between pins 2 and 9 for each switch position. Compare readings with the values specied in the "Switch Position Input Resistance, Pin 2 to Pin 9" table in Specications 400. Are the resistance values within specications? Table 4, Smart Switch Troubleshooting Yes No Yes Test Result Yes No Go to step 4.

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Action The reference parameter for the function is not loaded into the BHM. Load the correct reference parameter using ServiceLink. The problem is not with the smart switch or its wiring. The problem is either with the output to the function, or possibly a reference parameter problem. Go to step 5.

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Check wiring (circuit 474B) between pin 2 of the smart switch and the BHM. Repair as necessary. Replace the smart switch.

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Specications

See Fig. 1 for the wiring diagram of a two-position smart switch. See Fig. 2 for the wiring diagram for a three-position smart switch.

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Activation LED ID No. 1 Resistor ID No. 2 Resistor Switch Position No. 3 Resistor Switch Off Resistor (Same as switch position no. 2; only applies to switches with on/off/on pattern.) R5 Switch Position No. 1 Resistor D1 Backlighting LED Fig. 1, Smart Switch Wiring Diagram, Circuit Diagram A

ID No. 1 Resistor ID No. 2 Resistor Switch Position No. 3 Resistor Switch Off Resistor (Same as switch position no. 2; only applies to switches with on/off/on pattern.) R5 Switch Position No. 1 Resistor D1 Backlighting LED D2 Backlighting LED Fig. 2, Smart Switch Wiring Diagram, Switch Circuit B

Smart Switch Pinout for Circuit A Switch Pin 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 Circuit Number 474B 474C 474D GND 14E 29A 474A Circuit Description Switch Position Input Switch Function ID 1 Input Switch Function ID 2 Input Ground Indicator (+) Backlighting (+) Indicator ()

Table 1, Smart Switch Pinout for Circuit A Switch

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Smart Switch Pinout for Circuit B Switch Pin 2 7 8 9 11 Circuit Number 474B 474C 474D GND 29A Circuit Description Switch Position Input Switch Function ID 1 Input Switch Function ID 2 Input Ground Backlighting (+)

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Table 2, Smart Switch Pinout for Circuit B Switch

Switch Position Input Resistance, Pin 2 to Pin 9 Lower Switch Position 1138 to 1162 ohms Mid Switch Position 9900 to 10,100 ohms Upper Switch Position 3400 to 3468 ohms

Table 3, Switch Position Input Resistance, Pin 2 to Pin 9

Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number Smart Switch Part Number A06-37217-000 A06-37217-001 A06-37217-002 A06-37217-003 A06-37217-005 A06-37217-006 A06-37217-007 A06-37217-008 A06-37217-009 A06-37217-010 A06-37217-011 A06-37217-012 A06-37217-013 A06-37217-014 A06-37217-015 A06-37217-016 A06-37217-017 A06-37217-018 A06-37217-019 A06-37217-020 A06-37217-021 Smart Switch Function Marker Interrupt Engine Retarder Mirror Heat Utility Lamp Fog Lamp Rear Fog Lamp Snowplow Bunk Override Engine Check PTO Transretarder Brake Check Dome Lamp Optional Shutdown Override Engine Fan PTO Transfer Case Fuel Heater Transfer Case Spot Lamp Circuit Diagram A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Smart Switch ID Number 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 R1 Value in Ohms 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1020 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 R2 Value in Ohms 1020 1300 1620 2000 2940 3570 4320 5230 6340 7870 10,000 1020 1300 1620 2000 2430 2940 3570 4320 5230 6340

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Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number

Smart Switch Part Number A06-37217-022 A06-37217-023 A06-37217-024 A06-37217-025 A06-37217-026 A06-37217-027 A06-37217-028 A06-37217-029 A06-37217-030 A06-37217-031 A06-37217-032 A06-37217-033 A06-37217-034 A06-37217-035 A06-37217-036 A06-37217-037 A06-37217-038 A06-37217-039 A06-37217-040 A06-37217-041 A06-37217-042 A06-37217-043 A06-37217-044 A06-37217-045 A06-37217-046 A06-37217-047 A06-37217-048 A06-37217-049 A06-37217-050 A06-37217-051 A06-37217-052 A06-37217-053 A06-37217-056 A06-37217-057 A06-37217-058 A06-37217-059

Smart Switch Function Advertising Light Trailer Auxiliary Lift Axle Air Unloader Axle Shift Beacon Increment/Decrement Bunk Control Interaxle Lock Forward Wheel Lock Left Step Right Step Rear Wheel Lock Auxiliary Transmission Suspension Dump Fifth Wheel Slide Alternate Flasher DRL Override Backup Alarm Lift Axle 2 RPM Control RPM+/RPM Center Wheel Lock Interaxle Lock 2 Forward Wheel Lock Transfer Case PTO Auxiliary Air Auxiliary Air 2 Auxiliary Air 3 Auxiliary Air 4 Headlamp/Marker Dimmer Exhaust Brake Electric/Air Horn Front/Rear Wheel Lock Interaxle Lock 1

Circuit Diagram A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A B B A B A A

Smart Switch ID Number 43 44 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

R1 Value in Ohms 1300 1300 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 1620 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430 2430

R2 Value in Ohms 7870 10,000 1020 1300 1620 2000 2430 2940 3570 4320 5230 6340 7870 10,000 1020 1300 1620 2000 2430 2940 3570 4320 5230 6340 7870 10,000 1020 1300 1620 2000 2430 2940 3570 4320 5230 6340

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Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number Smart Switch Part Number A06-37217-060 A06-37217-061 A06-37217-062 A06-37217-063 A06-37217-064 A06-37217-065 A06-37217-066 A06-37217-067 A06-37217-068 A06-37217-069 A06-37217-070 A06-37217-071 A06-37217-073 A06-37217-074 A06-37217-077 A06-37217-078 A06-37217-079 A06-37217-080 A06-37217-081 A06-37217-084 A06-37217-085 A06-37217-086 Smart Switch Function Interaxle Lock 1 & 2 Forward Wheel Lock Rear Wheel Lock Forward/Center Wheel Lock Center/Rear Wheel Lock Rear Wheel Lock Forward/Center/Rear Wheel Lock All Wheel Drive Lift Axle 1 Lift Axle 3 Auxiliary Axle 5 Fire Pump Marker Interrupt Engine Air Intake Electric/Air Horn Lift Axle Lift Axle 1 Lift Axle 2 Lift Axle 3 Compartment Lamp Right Compartment Lamp Left Compartment Lamp Circuit Diagram A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A Smart Switch ID Number 91 92 91 92 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 17 105 86 49 101 70 102 106 107 108

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R1 Value in Ohms 2430 2430 2430 2430 2940 2940 2940 2940 2940 2940 2940 2940 1020 2940 2430 1620 2940 2000 2940 2940 2940 2940

R2 Value in Ohms 7870 10,000 7870 10,000 1020 1300 1620 2000 2430 2940 3570 4320 1020 5230 2940 1020 2430 2940 2940 6340 7870 10,000

Table 4, Smart Switch Part Number, Function, and ID Number

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