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2–1. DO NOT SHIFT LIGHT
If the ECU detects a serious transmission fault, the DO NOT SHIFT light (usually located on the vehicle instrument
panel) illuminates, the shift selector sounds short beeps for eight seconds, and the SELECT digit on the shift selector
display becomes blank. Transmission shifting is restricted while the DO NOT SHIFT light is illuminated. The ECU
will not respond to shift selector requests including direction changes and shifts to or from Neutral.
If the shift selector lever is moved while DO NOT SHIFT is illuminated, a continuous alarm will sound until the
lever is moved back to the position where DO NOT SHIFT was first indicated. Normal shift selector operation is
restored when the conditions causing the DO NOT SHIFT alarm are corrected.
The ECU will log a diagnostic code when the DO NOT SHIFT light is illuminated. Use the shift selector display
or the Pro-Link® 9000 Diagnostic Tool to display the diagnostic code. Codes related to the DO NOT SHIFT light
are detailed in the code chart (refer to Section 6).
2–2. DIAGNOSTIC DATA READER (Figure 2–1)
The current Diagnostic Data Reader (DDR) is the Pro-Link® 9000 (J 38538-D) diagnostic tool which is available
through Kent-Moore Heavy-Duty Division. A portable microcomputer-based receiver/transmitter/display unit, the
Pro-Link® transmits and receives data to and from the ECU, processes the data, and displays appropriate
information. Use the Pro-Link® during installation checkout and troubleshooting. There is a new Pro-Link®
cartridge needed for use with WTEC III controls. The new Multi-Protocol Cartridge (MPC) contains a
programmed PCMCIA card which allows for reprogramming of GPI/GPO packages. Reprogramming includes
selection of a GPI/GPO package, enabling/disabling of wires, and modification of certain data parameters.
Operating instructions are supplied with each Pro-Link® and further information is also included in Appendix N of
this manual. Connect the Pro-Link® 9000 to the diagnostic connector provided in the selector wiring harness.
NOTE: The new MPC is usable with WTEC II controls but the old WTEC II reprogramming cartridge will
not display the WTEC III new information. The new MPC must be used to reprogram WTEC III
Tool part numbers for the Pro-Link® are as follows:
Diagnostic Kit J 38538D + J 38500-313 (PROM Update) = J 38538E
Diagnostic Cartridge J 38500-302 + J 38500-313 = J 38500-303
PCMCIA (Diagnostic And Reprogramming) J###-##-####
PCMCIA (Diagnostic Only) J###-##-####
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