Replaces the following part numbers (and others): F01C600307, 5D1001L, 23379346, 22902619, 22783125, EM1206URH. Following is a brief description of the functions of the DEF system: The on-board DEF reservoir holds approximately 19 liters (5 gallons) of DEF - also known as reductant.
An ECM controlled pump within the reservoir supplies pressurized reductant to the DEF injector located upstream of the SCR. A smart DEF level sensor within the reductant reservoir sends the ECM a serial data message indicating reductant level. The DEF pressure sensor provides the ECM with a voltage signal proportional to the reductant pressure generated by the DEF pump.
The ECM varies the duty-cycle of the pump voltage to maintain reductant pressure within a calibrated range. In the normally de-energized state, the reductant purge valve directs reductant from the pump to the reductant injector.When the ignition is turned OFF, the ECM energizes both the reductant purge valve and reductant pump for about 30 to 45 seconds in order to purge the supply line of reductant. The ECM also commands the reductant injector to 100 percent to prevent vacuum from forming during the purge process. Purging prevents the reductant from freezing in the pump or supply line to the reductant injector. The ECM energizes the reductant injector to dispense a precise amount of reductant upstream of the SCR in response to changes in exhaust NOx levels. Feedback from NOx sensors 1 and 2 allow the ECM to accurately control the amount of reductant supplied to the SCR. There are 3 reductant heaters, one heater in the reductant reservoir, one heater at the reductant pump, and one heater in the supply line to the reductant injector as reductant will freeze at temperatures below 0°C (32°F). The ECM monitors the reductant temperature sensor located within the reservoir in order to determine if reductant temperature is below its freeze point. If the ECM determines that the reductant may be frozen, it signals the Glow Plug Control Module (GPCM) to energize the reductant heaters. Reductant pump operation is disabled for a calibrated amount of time to allow the heaters time to thaw the frozen reductant. Once the thaw period expires, the ECM energizes the reductant pump to circulate warm reductant through the de-energized reductant purge valve and back to the reservoir. This is done to speed thawing. The ECM looks for an increase in the reductant temperature to verify that the reductant reservoir heater is working Before replacing the DEF / urea heater / reservoir assembly for a related code, please be sure to follow factory diagnostic procedures, paying special attention to the integrity of wiring and connectors to avoid unnecessary part replacement.
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