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Re: Flow international water jet blast c9 engine

definitely need to ensure you have 24Volts going in.

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Re: Flow international water jet blast c9 engine

I would check to make sure you have 24 volts running through the system because if the sensor gets a reading below 24v it will go into shutdown, check power at the batteries an alternator.
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Contact your local Cat dealer to purchase the customer version of Cat ET.
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I am grateful for your information and I would like to know if there is a scan tool available that I can perches to do the calibration and what is the cost
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The throttle position sensor needs to be calibrated in the engine ECM. Duty cycle from the TPS should be no less than 7% at idle and not over 92% at full throttle. Then, the TPS calibration in the engine ECM should be 2% higher at low idle and 2% lower at full throttle. This assures engine will idle at programmed low idle speed and reach programmed high idle.
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Flow international water jet blast c9 engine

I work with Grand bahama ship yard we have a lot of water jet blast pumps build by flow international and I always have throttle signal code saying abnormal throttle signal and then pump shut down what can be the probable cause it use the c9 cat engine