I'm still working on it. Been busy. Haven't had alot of time to mess with it. I do know that it i not stuck in gear. I just got 4 new batteries and ordered a frame solenoid. Should find something out first of the week. I appreciate all the input.
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sounds like it was a short from a 24v wire to the 7v wire. Possibly in the plug end where you were testing?Sorry didn't see the question. yes was wire j1587 in the c.t.i.s harness right at the 90 elbow connection. Basically the wire was getting 24v and should be max of 7v I think. With a meter tested at plug showed 24v then when I moved it a little it would drop to 7v moved it back and go back to 24v. Took about 2 hrs to replace the harness kind of a pain small and tight places.
Guy ,Chill it with giving people advise. Especially don't give advise to people who OWN an LMTV.sounds like it was a short from a 24v wire to the 7v wire. Possibly in the plug end where you were testing?
Consider keeping the bad harness and dissecting it. Repair it to us as a spare.
I'm not quite sure how to interpret this post. Best I can figure is that 1) LMTV owners know everything about an LMTV or, 2) You can't possibly know anything about an LMTV if you don't own one.Guy ,Chill it with giving people advise. Especially don't give advise to people who OWN an LMTV.
I came across this old thread. I just got a M1088A1 with these symptoms and unhooking the CTIS worked! So I guess I might have a bad CTIS harness.I see it's been a year but have you tried to unhook the c.t.i.s harness from the box. I have noticed that once it is unhooked the oil and 24v gauges will start working and the gen /alternator will also start flashing. The harness I belive might be bad. 3 or 4 trucks I have worked on in the last year all have been the same issue. Basically all the control modules should only get about 5 to 7 DC volts. When u see no 24 and no oil the harness is sending 24v to the control modules and the shut down to protect them selfs.
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