This relay on the Journey may be in the front fuse compartment. Do you still have 12 volts for the coach? I had replaced all the trailer relays that I could find with no results. Hooked to different trailer, same problem. Ask your mechanic to push the wheel sensors all the way in until they touch the sensor ring. I brought truck to freightliner dealer, they just hooked laptop to see check engine codes but didnt find anything. Freightliner should be able to give you an exact location.
Does anybody had anything similar or have any idea what this could be? I personally have had a battery short internally and have same result but not sure if that would be the same result on a dual battery set up like the pushers have. I have freightliner columbia 07 detroit s60. Periodically throughout her route, the anti-lock brake light comes on on the dash board. Due to the size of it, I am sure it operates a relay to transfer power to the front circuit board. Over time, these sensors may malfunction, but they rarely fail. Try resetting the controller with a magnet. She has experienced no braking problems.
Tractor brake lights working as they should. To replace them without removing the hub, you have to remove two large bolts holding the sensor housing on and takes a few tries to get the tolerance correct. The mechanic at the school can't seem to find out what the problem is. When I pulled it, it was again apparent dirt, and more likely salt, had worked it's way past the rubber gaskets with the molded in o-rings. Yes the lamp is good.
Depends on the model but it's usually located on the drivers side frame rail under the sleeper or just behind the cab if no sleeper. I have heard conflicting reports on the ticket issue; has to be installed but doesn't have to be operable. A important thing for Journey owners, the yellow wire attached to one terminal of the 135 amp breaker operates a relay that powers all electronics up in the front end. One set of flashes, count them and a slight pause, then a second set of flashes, count these also. Be sure to restore wires to original position when you arrive at your destination.
Carefully mark tape, wire tie, etc all wires on one large lug choose the one that has fewer wires on it-- either one. Checked the engine and house batteries and they both read more than 12. It works similarly to a crankshaft position sensor. It will be carrying very little current, so a small wire works fine. Can only do this at night when you can see the lights in the mirror. Remove them from their lug and place them along with all the original wires on the other lug.
Something wrong with the wiring given the intermittent nature. Possible there is a main power distribution cut off relay that nay have failed. Hope it's true that it's not a violation. If no voltage shows you got bad ground, if you got voltage trace positive battery cables until you find the broken circuit. A yellow warning light is merely a 'get repaired soon' type of thing. There are two heavy red cables one from the battery and the other to the engine and other components. Becoming A Truck Driver is a dream we've all pondered at some point in our lives.
Could be also a pile of dirt debris ect in the tone rings also. I was at the shop , they checked battery connections, ground, starter wiring everything clean, alternator charges fine too. Traced the wire from 7 pin to where it went into the fire wall at engine compartment, no problems. Can anyone enlighten me on this? A loose wire on the breaker is a new one for me, but things happen and also thanks for the feedback on the second circuit breaker. Where there is a stud for the cable from this breaker that is the power feed for the chassis fuse panel s. If not, you have a problem in the ignition switch, wiring from switch to solenoid or bad fuse.
If both house batteries and chassis batteries are not giving voltage, it sounds like main ground broke loose. Tried new pig tail, same problem. Haven't used it yet, gotta buy the interface. A sensor at each wheel monitors wheel speed. Thanks for all the answers submitted.
Obviously it is better for safety. Also check the pig tail; sometimes there is a pushed pin. As usual, dynamite's spot-on about adjustment of the sensor. My trailer brake lights stay on. If no click and no power to other large lug, bad solenoid.