GPSMAP ® 8X17/8X22/8X24 INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS
Important Safety Information
WARNINGFailure to follow these warnings cautions, and notices could result in personal injury, damage to the vessel or device, or poor product performance.See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.
When connecting the power cable, do not remove the in-line fuse holder. To prevent the possibility of injury or product damage caused by fire or overheating, the appropriate fuse must be in place as indicated in the product specifications. In addition, connecting the power cable without the appropriate fuse in place voids the product warranty.
To avoid possible personal injury, always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask when drilling, cutting, or sanding.To avoid possible personal injury or damage to the device and vessel, disconnect the vessel’s power supply before beginning to install the device.To avoid possible personal injury or damage to the device or vessel, before applying power to the device, make sure that it has been properly grounded, following the instructions in theguide.
For the best possible performance, the device must be installed according to these instructions.When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite side of the surface to avoid damaging the vessel.Read all installation instructions before proceeding with the installation. If you experience difficulty during the installation, contact Garmin ® Product Support.
Contacting Garmin Support
- Go to support.garmin.com for help and information, such as product manuals, frequently asked questions, videos, and customer support.
- In the USA, call 913-397-8200 or 1-800-800-1020.
- In the UK, call 0808 238 0000.
- In Europe, call +44 (0) 870 850 1241.
You may need to update the Chartplotter software after installation. For the instructions on how to update the software, see the owner’s manual at garmin.com/manuals/GPSMAP8400-8600.Connector ViewThe connectors and locations vary based upon the model. A GPSMAP 8622 model is shown below.
|NETWORK||Garmin Marine Network|
|HDMI IN||HDMI` in|
|HDMI OUT||HDMI out|
|CVBS IN||Composite video in|
|NMEA 0183||NMEA’ 0183 and audio out|
|USB||Micro-USB to connect a compatible Garmin card reader, or to connect and control a computer using the Chartplotter touchscreen|
|NMEA 2000||NMEA 2000′ network|
|ENGINE/J1939||J1939 engine network|
- Drill and drill bits° 3.2 mm ( 1/8 in.) drill bit, if using wood screws◦ 3.6 mm ( 9/64 in.) drill bit, if using the nut plate◦ 7.2 mm ( /32 in.) drill bit, if using the nut plate
- #2 Phillips screwdriver
- Jigsaw or rotary tool
- File and sandpaper
- Marine sealant (recommended)
NOTICEThis device should be mounted in a location that is not exposed to extreme temperatures or conditions. The temperature range for this device is listed in the product specifications. Extended exposure to temperatures exceeding the specified temperature range, in storage or operating conditions, may cause device failure. Extreme-temperature-induced damage and related consequences are not covered by the warranty. Using the included hardware and template, you can flush mount the device in the dashboard. When selecting a mounting location, observe these considerations.
• You should mount the device to provide an optimal viewing angle as you operate your boat.
You must select a location that is strong enough to support the weight of the device and protect it from excessive vibration or shock. You should select a location that allows for easy access to all device interfaces, such as the keypad, touchscreen, and card reader, if applicable. To avoid interference with a magnetic compass, you must not mount the device closer to a compass than the compass-safe distance value listed in the product specifications. You must select a location that allows room for the routing and connection of all cables. If the mounting location for a GPSMAP 8×22 or GPSMAP 8×24 Chartplotter is in direct sunlight and in a horizontal orientation, ensure that the installation location meets as many of the following criteria as possible:
- Sufficient airflow
- Proper ventilation
- Cooling source on the front and rear of the Chartplotter
- Method to shade the display using a canopy, window tint, or shroud
NOTE: If possible, you should meet all of these criteria to prevent this issue when installing a GPSMAP 8×22 or GPSMAP 8×24 Chartplotter.
Mounting the Device
NOTICEBe careful when cutting the hole to flush mount the device. There is only a small amount of clearance between the case and the mounting holes, and cutting the hole too large could compromise the stability of the device after it is mounted. To avoid potential damage to the powder coating, use only the included screws to mount the device. Using screws other than the ones included will void your warranty. Do not remove the blue, rubber protective bumper until after the installation is complete. The bumper helps protect the device from damage during installation. The included template and hardware can be used to flush mount the device in your dashboard. There are three options for hardware based on the mounting surface material.
- You can drill pilot holes and use the included wood screws.
- You can drill holes and use the included nut plates and machine screws. The nut plates can add stability to a thinner surface.
- You can punch holes, tap them to M4, and use the included machine screws.
- Trim the template and make sure it fits in the location whereyou want to mount the device.
- Secure the template to the selected location.
- Using a 3.6 mm (/64 in.) drill bit, drill one or more of the holes inside the corners of the solid line on the template to prepare the mounting surface for cutting.9
- Using a jigsaw or rotary tool, cut the mounting surface along the inside of the solid line indicated on the template.
- Place the device in the cutout to test the fit.
- If necessary, use a file and sandpaper to refine the size of the cutout.
- After the device fits correctly in the cutout, ensure the mounting holes on the device line up with the larger 7.2 mm ( 9/32 in.) holes on the template.
- If the mounting holes on the device do not line up, mark the new hole locations.
- Based on your mounting surface, drill or punch and tap the larger holes:• Drill 3.2 mm (/8 in.) pilot holes for the included wood screws, and skip to step 18.1• Drill 7.2 mm (/32 in.) holes for the included nut plate and machine screws. 9• Punch and tap M4 holes for the included machine screws, and skip to step 18.
- If using the nut plates, starting in one corner of the template,place a nut plate over the larger hole drilled in step 9.
- If the smaller 3.6 mm (/64 in.) hole on the nut plate does not line up with the smaller hole on the template, mark the new location.
- Repeat steps 10 and 11 for each nut plate.
- Using a 3.6 mm ( 9/64 in.) drill bit, drill the smaller holes.
- Remove the template from the mounting surface.
- Starting in one corner of the mounting location, place a nut plate on the back of the mounting surface, lining up the large and small holes. The raised portion of the nut plate should fit into the largerhole.
- Secure the nut plate to the mounting surface by fastening an included M3 screw through the smaller 3.6 mm (/64 in.)hole.9
- Repeat steps 15 and 16 for each of the nut plates along the top and bottom of the device.
- If you will not have access to the back of the device after you mount it, connect all necessary cables to the device before placing it into the cutout.NOTE: To prevent corrosion of the metal contacts, coverunused connectors with the attached weather caps.
- Place the device into the cutout.
- Secure the device to the mounting surface using the included M4 screws or wood screws, depending on the mounting method.
- Carefully remove and discard the rubber protective bumper.
- Install the decorative bezel by snapping it in place around the edges of the device.
When connecting this device to power and to other Garmin devices, you should observe these considerations.• The power and ground connections to the battery must be checked to make sure they are secured and cannot become loose.• The cables may be packaged without the locking rings installed. The cables should be routed before the locking rings are installed.• After installing a locking ring on a cable, you should make sure the ring is securely connected and the o-ring is in place so the power or data connection remains secure.Connecting to PowerWARNINGWhen connecting the power cable, do not remove the in-line fuse holder. To prevent the possibility of injury or product damage caused by fire or overheating, the appropriate fuse must be in place as indicated in the product specifications. In addition, connecting the power cable without the appropriate fuse in place voids the product warranty.You should connect the red wire to the same battery through the ignition or another manual switch to turn the device on and off.1 Route the power cable between the power source and the device.2 Connect the red power wire to the ignition or another manual switch, and connect the switch to the positive (+) battery terminal if necessary.3 Connect the black wire to the negative (-) battery terminal or to ground.4 Connect the power cable to the device, and turn the locking ring clockwise to tighten it.Additional Grounding ConsiderationThis device should not need additional chassis grounding in most installation situations. If you experience interference, you can use the grounding screw on the housing to connect the device to the water ground of the boat to help avoid the interference.
Additional Grounding ConsiderationThis device should not need additional chassis grounding in most installation situations. If you experience interference, you can use the grounding screw on the housing to connect the device to the water ground of the boat to help avoid the interference.
Power Cable ExtensionsIf necessary, the power cable can be extended using the appropriate wire gauge for the length of the extension.
|3||6 ft. (1.8 m) no extension|
|0||· 10 AWG (5.26 mm2) extension wire, up to 15 ft. (4.6 m)
· 8 AWG (8.36 mm2) extension wire, up to 23 ft. (7 m)
· 6 AWG (13.29 mm2) extension wire, up to 36 ft. (11 m)
|®||8 in. (20.3 cm)|
|C)||8 in. (20.3 cm)|
|0||36 ft. (11 m) maximum extension|
Station Connection ConsiderationsThis device can be set up in conjunction with other compatible Garmin devices to work together as a station. When planning stations on your boat, observe these considerations.
- Devices earlier than the GPSMAP 8000 series and GPSMAP 8500 series cannot be used in a station.
- Although it is not necessary, it is recommended that you install all of the devices you plan to use in one station near each other.
- No special connections are necessary to create a station, as long as all of the devices are connected to the Garmin Marine Network (Garmin Marine Network Considerations, page 3).
- Stations are created and modified using the device software. See the owner’s manual provided with the device for more information.
Garmin Marine Network ConsiderationsNOTICEA Garmin Marine Network PoE Isolation Coupler (010-10580-10) must be used when connecting any third-party device, such as a FLIR ®camera, to a Garmin Marine Network. Connecting a Power over Ethernet (PoE) device directly to aGarmin Marine Network Chartplotter damages the Garmin Chartplotter and may damage the PoE device. Connecting any third-party device directly to a Garmin Marine Network Chartplotter will cause abnormal behavior on the Garmin devices, including the devices not properly turning off or the software, becoming inoperable. This device can connect to additional Garmin Marine Network devices to share data such as radar, sonar, and detailed mapping. When connecting Garmin Marine Network devices to this device, observe these considerations.
- All devices connected to the Garmin Marine Network must be connected to the same ground. If multiple power sources are used for Garmin Marine Network devices, you must tie all ground connections from all power supplies together using a low resistance connection or tie them to a common ground bus bar, if available.
- A Garmin Marine Network cable must be used for all Garmin Marine Network connections.◦ Third-party CAT5 cable and RJ45 connectors must not be used for Garmin Marine Network connections.◦ Additional Garmin Marine Network cables and connectors are available from your Garmin dealer.• The NETWORK ports on the device each act as a network switch. Any compatible device can be connected to any NETWORK port to share data with all devices on the boat connected by a Garmin Marine Network cable.
NMEA 2000 ConsiderationsIf you are connecting to an existing NMEA 2000 network, identify the NMEA 2000 power cable. Only one NMEA 2000 power cable is required for the NMEA 2000 network to operate properly. An NMEA 2000 Power Isolator (010-11580-00) should be used in installations where the existing NMEA 2000 network manufacturer is unknown. If you are installing an NMEA 2000 power cable, you must connect it to the boat ignition switch or through another in-line switch. NMEA 2000 devices will drain your battery if the NMEA 2000 power cable is connected to the battery directly. This device can connect to an NMEA 2000 network on your boat to share data from NMEA 2000 compatible devices such as a GPS antenna or a VHF radio. The included NMEA 2000 cables and connectors allow you to connect the device to your existing NMEA 2000 network. If you do not have an existing NMEA 2000 network you can create a basic one using cables from Garmin. If you are unfamiliar with NMEA 2000, you should read the Technical Reference for NMEA 2000 Products at garmin.com /manuals/nmea_2000. The port labeled NMEA 2000 is used to connect the device to astandard NMEA 2000 network.
When connecting this device to power and to other Garmin devices, you should observe these considerations.The power and ground connections to the battery must be checked to make sure they are secured and cannot become loose. The cables may be packaged without the locking rings installed. The cables should be routed before the locking rings are installed. After installing a locking ring on a cable, you should make sure the ring is securely connected and the o-ring is in place so the power or data connection remains secure.
Connecting to Power
WARNINGWhen connecting the power cable, do not remove the in-line fuse holder. To prevent the possibility of injury or product damage caused by fire or overheating, the appropriate fuse must be in place as indicated in the product specifications. In addition, connecting the power cable without the appropriate fuse in place voids the product warranty.You should connect the red wire to the same battery through the ignition or another manual switch to turn the device on and off.
- Route the power cable between the power source and the device.
- Connect the red power wire to the ignition or another manual switch, and connect the switch to the positive (+) battery terminal if necessary.
- Connect the black wire to the negative (-) battery terminal or to ground.
- Connect the power cable to the device, and turn the locking ring clockwise to tighten it. Additional Grounding Consideration This device should not need additional chassis grounding in most installation situations. If you experience interference, you can use the grounding screw on the housing to connect thedevice to the water ground of the boat to help avoid the interference.
|1||NMEA 2000 compatible Gamin device|
|2||Ignition or in-line switch|
|3||NMEA 2000 power cable|
|4||NMEA 2000 drop cable|
|5||12 Vdc power source|
|6||NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable|
|7||NMEA 2000 T-connector|
|8||NMEA 2000 terminator or backbone cable|
NMEA 0183 Connection Considerations
• See the installation instructions for the NMEA 0183 device to identify the transmit (Tx) A (+) and B (-) wires and receive (Rx) A (+) and B (-) wires.• Each internal Rx and Tx port has 2 wires, labeled A (+) and B (-) according to the NMEA 0183 convention. The corresponding A (+) and B (-) wires of each internal port should be connected to the A (+) and B (-) wires of the NMEA0183 device. See the table and wiring diagrams when connecting the data cable to NMEA 0183 devices.• You must use 28 AWG, shielded, twisted-pair wiring for extended runs of wire. Solder all connections and seal them with heat-shrink tubing.• See NMEA 0183 Information, page 8 for a list of the approved NMEA 0183 sentences that are output by and input to your device.• The internal NMEA 0183 ports and communication protocols are configured on the connected Garmin device. See the NMEA 0183 section of the Chartplotter owner’s manual for more information.• The ground wires on the NMEA 0183 data cable and your NMEA 0183 device must both be connected to the ground.• When connecting NMEA 0183 devices with two transmitting and two receiving wires, it is not necessary for the NMEA 0183 devices to connect to a common ground.• When connecting an NMEA 0183 device with only one transmitting (Tx) wire or with only one receiving (Rx) wire, the NMEA 0183 devices must be connected to a common ground.• For two-way communication with an NMEA 0183 device, the internal ports on the NMEA 0183 data cable are not linked. For example, if the input of the NMEA 0183 device is connected to the internal output port 1 on the data cable, you can connect the output port of your NMEA 0183 device to any of the internal input ports (port 1, port 2, port 3, or port 4) on the wiring harness.
• There are four internal NMEA 0183 input ports (Rx ports), and two internal NMEA 0183 output (Tx ports) on the included NMEA 0183 data cable. You can connect one NMEA 0183 device per internal Rx port to input data to your Garmin device, and you can connect up to three NMEA 0183 devices in parallel to each internal Tx port to receive data output by your Garmin device. NMEA 0183 Device Connections This diagram illustrates two-way connections for both sending and receiving data. You can also use this diagram for one-way communication. To receive information from an NMEA 0183 device, refer to items and when connecting the Garmin device. To transmit information to an NMEA 0183 device, refer to items and when connecting the Garmin device.
J1939 Engine Network Connection ConsiderationsNOTICEYou must use a Garmin GPSMAP J1939 accessory cable when connecting the Chartplotter to the J1939 engine network to prevent corrosion due to moisture. Using a different cable void your warranty. If you have an existing engine network on your boat, it should already be connected to power. Do not add any additional power supply. This Chartplotter can connect to an engine network on your boat to read data from compatible devices such as certain engines. The engine network follows a standard and uses proprietary messages. You should connect only one Chartplotter to one engine network. Connecting more than one chart plotter to one engine network may result in unexpected behavior. The port labeled ENGINE/J1939 is used to connect the device to the existing engine network. You must route the cable within 6 m (20 ft.) of the engine network backbone. The Garmin GPSMAP J1939 accessory cable requires connection to a power source and proper termination. For more information on connecting to your engine network, see the manufacturer’s engine documentation.
HDMI Video Considerations
NOTICETo prevent corrosion due to moisture, you must use Garmin GPSMAP accessory cables when connecting the chartplotter to the video source or display. Do not connect a media player stick directly into the back of the chartplotter. Using different cables or connecting a media player stick into the back of the chartplottervoids your warranty. This Chartplotter allows video input from HDMI video sources, such as a Chromecast™ device or a Blu-Ray ™ player. You can view protected HDMI content (HDCP content) on the chart plotterscreen, but not on an external screen. HDMI video is shared across the Garmin Marine Network, but it is not shared across the NMEA 2000 network. HDCP content is not shared across the Garmin Marine Network.Through the HDMI OUT port, you can display the Chartplotter on an external screen, such as a television or monitor. You cannot view HDCP content on an external screen. The Garmin GPSMAP HDMI accessory cable is 4.5 m (15 ft) long. If you need a longer cable, you should use an active HDMI cable only. You need an HDMI coupler to connect the two HDMI cables. You need a Garmin GPSMAP USB OTG adapter cable to power a media player stick. The USB port can supply up to 2.5 W to power a media player stick. You must ake all cable connections in a dry environment.
|HDMI source such as a Chromecast device GPSMAP Chartplotter Monitor, such as a computer or television|
|1 HDMI source’s HDMI OUT port||2 Chartplotter’s HDMI IN port||Garmin HDMI Cable|
|3 Chartplotter’s HDMI OUT port||4 Monitors HDMI IN port||Garmin HDMI Cable|
|5 Chartplotter’s USB Port||6 HDMI source’s USB port||GPSMAP USB OTG adapter cable to power the HDMI source, if possible (2.5 W maximum)|
Composite Video ConsiderationsThis Chartplotter allows video input from composite video sources using the port labeled CVBS IN. When connecting composite video, you should observe these considerations.• The CVBS IN port uses a BNC connector. You can use a BNC to RCA adapter to connect a composite-video source with RCA connectors to the CVBS IN port.• Video is shared across the Garmin Marine Network, but it is not shared across the NMEA 2000 network.Touchscreen Controls for a Connected Computer
To prevent corrosion due to moisture, you must use Garmin GPSMAP accessory cables when connecting the Chartplotter to the computer. Using different cables voids your warranty. You can connect the chartplotter to a computer to see the computer screen on the Chartplotter touchscreen and control the computer using the Chartplotter touchscreen. To see the computer screen, you must connect the computer to the HDMI IN port. To control the computer, you must connect the computer to the USB port. The Garmin HDMI accessory cable (010-12390-20) is 4.5 m (15 ft) long. If you need a longer cable, you should use an active HDMI cable only. You need an HDMI coupler to connect the two HDMI cables. The Garmin USB accessory cable (010-12390-10) is 4.5 m (15 ft) long. If you need a longer cable, you should use a USB hub or USB repeater extension cable only. You must make all cable connections in a dry environment.
|Computer’s HDMI OUT port||Chartplotter’s HDMI IN port||Garmin HDMI Cable|
|Chartplotter’s USB port||Computer’s USB port||Garmin USB Cable|
Die-cast aluminum and polycarbonate plastic
|Water rating||IEC 60529 IPX71|
|Input voltage||From 10 to 35 Vdc|
|NMEA 2000 LEN @ 9 Vdc||2|
|NMEA 2000 Draw||75 mA max.|
|Wireless frequency and protocols||Wi-Fr, ANT°, and Bluetooth technologies
2.4 GHz @ 9.87 dBm maximum
|HTML integration||Compatible with OneHelm’w integration|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||41.9 x 30.7 x 7.1 cm (16.5 x 12.1 x 2.8 in.)|
|Display size (W x H)||36.6 x 23.1 cm (14.4 x 9.1 in.)|
|Weight||5.2 kg (11.48 lb.)|
|Temperature range||From -15° to 55°C (from 5° to 131°F)|
|Max. power usage||40 W|
|Typical current draw at 12 Vdc||2.8 A|
|Typical current draw at 24 Vdc||1.4 A|
|Max. current draw||3.5 A|
|Compass-safe distance||Device: 53.34 cm (21 in.)
Device and sun cover: 99.06 cm (39 in.)
Sun cover: 48.26 cm (19 in.)
|Dimensions (W × H × D)||52.8 × 35.1 × 7.1 cm (20.8 × 13.8 × 2.8 in.)|
|Display size (W × H)||47.8 × 27.0 cm (18.8 × 10.6 in.)|
|Weight||7.1 kg (15.63 lb.)|
|Temperature range||From -15° to 55°C (from 5° to 131°F)|
|Max. power usage||59 W|
|Typical current draw at 12 Vdc||3.9 A|
|Typical current draw at 24 Vdc||1.8 A|
|Max. current draw||4.9 A|
|Compass-safe distance||Device: 68.58 cm (27 in.)
Device and sun cover: 111.76 cm (44 in.)
Sun cover: 43.18 cm (17 in.)
|Dimensions (W × H × D)||60.0 × 41.0 × 7.1 cm (22.8 × 16.1 × 2.8 in.)|
|Display size (W × H)||51.8 × 32.5 cm (20.4 × 12.8 in.)|
|Weight||8.6 kg (18.95 lb.)|
|Temperature range||From -10° to 55°C (from 14° to 131°F)|
|Max. power usage||87 W|
|Typical current draw at 12 Vdc||6.1 A|
|Typical current draw at 24 Vdc||2.8 A|
1The device withstands incidental exposure to water of up to 1 m for up to 30 min. For more information, go to www.garmin.com/waterrating.
|Max. current draw||7.6 A|
|Compass-safe distanc||Device: 73.66 cm (29 in.)
Device and sun cover: 124.46 cm (49 in.)
Sun cover: 43.18 cm (17 in.)
NMEA 2000 PGN Information Transmit and Receive
|060160||ISO tran: port protocol Data;rater|
|0130416||ISO tran: pon protocol. Connection management|
|060928||ISO address claimed|
|126208||Request grow function|
|127488||Engine parameters: Raped update|
|127469||Erden parameters– Dynamo|
|127493||Trans:no: on parameters: Online|
|128259||Speed: Water referenced|
|129025||Posts: Rapti update|
|129028||COG and SOG: Rapid update|
|129029||GNSS past= data|
|129283||Cron track error|
|129540||GNSS !attract in viva|
|130310||Environmental parameter: (itt.tote)|
|130311||Envtonmental parameter: (oetseste)|
|126464||Transmit and receive PGN list group function|
|127497||Trip parameters: Engine|
|065030||Generator average basic AC quantities (GAAC)|
|127251||Rate of turn|
|127498||Engine parameters: Static|
|127503||AC input status (obsolete)|
|127504||AC output status (obsolete)|
|127506||DC detailed status|
|128000||Nautical leeway angle|
|129038||AIS class A position report|
|129039||AIS class B position report|
|129040||AIS class B extended position report|
|129285||Navigation: Route. waypoint information|
|129794||AIS class A static and voyage related data|
|129798||AIS SAR aircraft position report|
|129802||AIS safety-related broadcast message|
|129808||DSC call Information|
|129809||AIS class B TS” static data report. part A|
|129810||AIS class B TS” static data report. part B|
|130316||Temperature: Extended range|
|130576||Trim tab status|
NMEA 0183 InformationTransmit
|GPAPB||APB: Heading or track controller (autopilot) sentence “8”|
|GPBOD||BOO: Bearing (origin to destination)|
|GPBWC||BWC: Bearing and distance to waypoint|
|GPGGA||GGA: Global positioning system fix data|
|GPGLL||GLL: Geographic position (latitude and longitude)|
|GPGSA||GSA: GNSS DOP and active satellites|
|GPGSV||GSV: GNSS satellites in view|
|GPRMB||FMB: Recommended minimum navigation information|
|GPRMC||RMC: Recommended minimum specific GNSS data|
|GPVTG||VTG: Course over ground and ground speed|
|GPWPL||WPL: Waypoint location|
|GPS||XTE• Cross-track error|
|PGRME||E: Estimated error|
|PROGRAM||M: Map datum|
|ADOPT||DBT: Depth below transducer|
|SDMTW||MTW: Water temperature|
|SDVHW||VHW: Water speed and heading|
|DBT||Depth below transducer|
|VHW||Water speed and heading|
|DSC||Digital selective calling information|
|DSE||Expanded digital selective calling|
|HDG||Heading. deviation, and variation|
|MWD||Wind direction and speed|
|MWV||Wind speed and angle|
|VDM||AIS VHF data-link message|
You can purchase complete information about National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) format and sentences fromwww.nmea.org.J1939 InformationThe Chartplotter can receive J1939 sentences. The Chartplotter cannot transmit over the J1939 network.
|Engine percent load at the current speed||61443|
|Engine manifold exhaust gas temperature – right manifold||65031||2433|
|Engine manifold exhaust gas temperature – left manifold||65031||2434|
|Engine auxiliary coolant||65172|
|Active diagnostic trouble codes||65226|
|Water in fuel indicator||65279|
|Engine wait to start lamp||65252||1081|
|Engine over speed test||65252||2812|
|Engine air shutoff command status||65252||2813|
|Engine alarm output command status||65252||2814|
|Engine total hours of operation||65253||247|
|Navigation-based vehicle speed||65256||517|
|Engine fuel temperature 1||65262||174|
|Engine oil temperature 1||65262||175|
|Engine fuel delivery pressure||65263||94|
|Engine oil pressure||65263||100|
|Engine coolant pressure||65263||109|
|Engine coolant temperature||65263||110|
|Engine coolant level||65263||111|
|Engine fuel rate||65266||183|
|Engine average fuel economy||65266||185|
|Engine intake manifold #1 pressure||65270||102|
|Battery potential / power input 1||65271||168|
|Transmission oil temperature||65272||177|
|Transmission oil pressure||65272||127|
|Engine oil filter differential pressure||65276|
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