Peterbilt light control module

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Bendix Brake Chamber

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314-10314

Part No.

802986

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New Aftermarket

Condition

New Aftermarket

Type

24

Stroke

N/A

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N/A

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N/A

Clevis

No

Bendix Brake Chamber

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314-10316

Part No.

K025365

Condition

New Aftermarket

Condition

New Aftermarket

Type

24

Stroke

2.500"

Rod Length

7.900"

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N/A

Clevis

No

Bendix Brake Chamber

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314-10288

Part No.

K049898

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New Aftermarket

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New Aftermarket

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30/30

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N/A

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N/A

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N/A

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No

Cabmate PBC379A Peterbilt Cab Air Ride

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626-10662

Part No.

2840C000

Condition

New Aftermarket

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New Aftermarket

Type

Standard Cabmate

Application

Day Cab

Cummins ISC Starter

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Tag No.

534-10221

Part No.

91014707

Condition

Rebuilt

Voltage

12

Rotation

CW

Gear

12 tooth

Mounting Type

SAE 3

Mounting Holes

3

Solenoid Position

Top Mount

Solenoid Position

Top Mount

Rotatable Nose

No

Series

41MT

Design

DD-Direct Drive

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Hundreds of thousands of Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks have been recalled by PACCAR for a light defect that could increase the risk of crash.

Kenworth & Peterbilt Recall Trucks for Light Defect

According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) documents, PACCAR will recall hundreds of thousands of trucks manufactured between 2008 and 2020, totaling 455,458 trucks, due to a major issue with the dash warning light for the anti-lock brake system.

In the recalled trucks, when the anti-lock brake system (ABS) loses battery and/or ignition power to the controller, the dash warning light for the ABS may not light up to warn the driver of the loss of ABS. A driver unaware of this defect is at increased risk of a crash, according to NHTSA. Additionally, depending on the configuration of the truck, an unrelated warning light like the check engine light or the traction control light could illuminate.

The affected truck models include:

  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 330
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 335
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 337
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 340
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 348
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 365
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 367
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 384
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 386
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 387
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 388
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 389
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 567
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 579
  • 2008 — 2019 Peterbilt 587
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T170
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T270
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T370
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T660
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T680
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T800
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth T880
  • 2008 — 2020 Kenworth W900

The recall is expected to begin June 15. PACCAR will contact truck owners and dealers will provide a free update for the cab control module software.

Truck owners with questions may contact Kenworth customer service at 1-425-828-5888 and reference recall number 20KWB or Peterbilt customer service at 1-940-591-4220 and reference recall number 20PBC.

Questions? Contact Medallion Transport & Logistics

Medallion Transport & Logistics is committed to driver/owner-operator support, especially when it comes to weather, health and travel tips. We offer our freight agents and owner operators the most resources we possibly can. For questions about driver safety, give us a call at 704-235-0460 or send us an email to [email protected]

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NE IowaDriver called me on his way home from an all night run to tell me headlights flashed on and off a few times, but always came back on. I was going to look at it this afternoon and no hood lights( Headlights, clearance lights, turn signals, etc) will come on at all. Glad he made it home with the thing. Clearance lights on top of cab are good. Have an error code of "headlamp fault" on the display. Any obvious common ground/connector junctions to start looking? TIA

Eastern ArkansasMy first place would be the relays. I had to replace a bunch on my old Pete. Mine was a little older machine though.

Jesup, IAReedfarmer is definantly on the right track. If it's not the relay itself (swap with a similar one in the fusebox and see if the problem goes away), if it does not, you have a weak short somewhere in the system, and the relay is heating up, shutting the lights off, then coming back on when the relay cools.

Essex County, extreme SW Ontario,I'd start by disconnecting one light at a time and see if the problem goes away. I've had turn signal lights short out in the socket/plug and cause all sorts of wierd issues like that. For some reason on the T-800's I've had its always been the right side fender mount signal light. Causes a short which trips the breaker/relay on the fuse panel. Sounds like your roof lights might be on a separate circuit so they are unaffected. Could also just be a tired relay, they only last so long and then they start tripping although if your truck is a 2011, I have my doubts that is the issue.

McMinnville Tn.I'm going to say that it sounds more like a ground issue than a relay problem. I doubt those 3 different function's are all on the same relay.

You checked the plug in from the hood to chassis first right?

NE IowaHaven't got that far yet. Was 6:30 tonight when I got home and looked at it briefly and decided it was going to wait til tomorrow. Figured I'd ask the NAT experts first where the obvious points were first.

IndianaOn our '12 KW t660 I had problems with lights not working and ended up being the chassis node somehow got water in the plugs and burnt a couple pins off the circuit board. Not sure on a Petes setup but on the KW the chassis node is under the truck along the driver side frame directly underneath the bunk. Has 3 wire harnesses that plug into it. Kind of a stupid spot in my opinion having it exposed under the truck to all the water splashing from the road.

Southern Alberta CanadaJust did an'07 International this morning, pins in the Weatherpac plugs weren't crimped properly and the wires pulled out. I'd look carefully at the wiring frame to hood to start with.


Kinda stupid if you think about it "Headlight Fault" is kinda obvious, you don't really need a computer to tell you that unless it picks it up when the lights are off.

Edited by Offroadnt 3/12/2015 22:02


NE IowaProblem solved. Had power coming through what should have been the ground on the hood harness. Had a 12 pin weatherpack connector with a burned ground lead that was sandwiched and zip tied with about 5 other harnesses between the frame and the starter motor. Tried to find this first thing this morning and was looking too farm back on the frame. 4 Peterbilt service managers and calling the first one back(after I talked to Costello's in Fairbank, IA who told me the name of the shop formqn at the first Pete dealer I called this morning) and he asked me what year the truck was and walked me right to the problem and told me to look within a foot front or back of the starter motor and I'd find a 12 pin plug with a burned out pin. Wish I would talked to him the first time, woulda saved a few hours of tearing wiring harnesses apart.
The 3 other Pete dealers all wanted me to wait til about next Thursday to bring it in so they could hook their computer onto it and see if we had a lighting module issue. What ever happened to good knowledgeable techs. Seems like all the service managers do nowadays is schedule and want to hook a computer to everything. Anyways, glad my lighting problem is solved and it made cold beer taste good tonight.
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  2. Could ne the relay, or u may have a breaker in place of a fuse. Looks like a fuse but a lil bigger. Usually grey. It is either just getting old a weak or u have a short somewhere. U can get them at peteerbilt or probably other places. Try puting a fuse in its place and if it blows u have a short. Should b marked as clearance lites.
  3. My driver just went in to Peterbilt in Springfield, MO with the same problem but it also affected his top trailer lights and some on the rear. It was one of the silver fuses and I think it was just loose a little. The service manager came out and bent the ends a little and that fixed the problem WITH NO CHARGE. I talked with the service manager on the phone and he said to tell the driver to stop in and he would take a look at it and he did and did not charge anything. You don`t have that happen very often at a dealership.
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  4. My driver just went in to Peterbilt in Springfield, MO with the same problem but it also affected his top trailer lights and some on the rear. It was one of the silver fuses and I think it was just loose a little. The service manager came out and bent the ends a little and that fixed the problem WITH NO CHARGE. I talked with the service manager on the phone and he said to tell the driver to stop in and he would take a look at it and he did and did not charge anything. You don`t have that happen very often at a dealership.
    I had work done there, nice guys and they dont seam to want to bend you over backwards when it come to the bill.
  5. well guys still have problems with my cab lights coming on and goin off i found that they have one relay and a breaker in the fuse box put them in new and nothin took the dash apart behind the switch pannel and they was a relay there so i put a new one in its place and once again no change do you all think maybe it could be the switch or a short were would be a good place to start looking for a short there is no clearance lights on my trailer so i wouldnt think that it would be in the trailer what yall think
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