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hey mack frends and fello mechanics.

can someone tell me how to get the fould codes on the dashbord or how to read them.

the lichtnig simbole lichts constanly.

can i do something without a computer?

is there an aftermarked computer to read the codes and errese them?

in europe whe don`t have manny visions so whe don`t have manny experience with them.

thanks for the help.

mack4ever. Leon.

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hey mack frends and fello mechanics.

can someone tell me how to get the fould codes on the dashbord or how to read them.

the lichtnig simbole lichts constanly.

can i do something without a computer?

is there an aftermarked computer to read the codes and errese them?

in europe whe don`t have manny visions so whe don`t have manny experience with them.

thanks for the help.

mack4ever. Leon.

Turn the speed control button off and press the set/decel button, the code should flash out. You can also use the buttons on the instrument cluster. I think the right button has to be held down, the code will be displayed as an SAE message on the center of the dash.

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Turn the speed control button off and press the set/decel button, the code should flash out. You can also use the buttons on the instrument cluster. I think the right button has to be held down, the code will be displayed as an SAE message on the center of the dash.

thank you rhasler.

i will try that.

i know there is a site where you can look up the codes.

are you working at a mack dealer?

i sure could use some help with this vision.

Leon

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thank you rhasler.

i will try that.

i know there is a site where you can look up the codes.

are you working at a mack dealer?

i sure could use some help with this vision.

Leon

I'd be happy to help where I can. There are a few of us on here that are pretty well versed on the ASET AC engines and should be able to help you with troubleshooting.

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hey mack frends and fello mechanics.

can someone tell me how to get the fould codes on the dashbord or how to read them.

the lichtnig simbole lichts constanly.

can i do something without a computer?

is there an aftermarked computer to read the codes and errese them?

in europe whe don`t have manny visions so whe don`t have manny experience with them.

thanks for the help.

mack4ever. Leon.

These guys will talk you through it. They told me how to cure my 04 Vision when I was in your shoes.

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Thank you for the help.

i will see how far i come with this.

how about the one piece cooland tank.

can you get it by a mack dealer and is there a partnumber for it ?

again thanks for the help.

Leon.

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Thank you for the help.

i will see how far i come with this.

how about the one piece cooland tank.

can you get it by a mack dealer and is there a partnumber for it ?

again thanks for the help.

Leon.

The Mack number for the tank is 76MF527 (P2 version for CXN or CHN chassis). The tank comes with a 16 psi cap. According to the service bulletin you also need the following parts and quantities:

1 9MD47 Strap, surge tank mounting

18" 12AX148F Anti-squeak material (178 mm [7"] for top strap, 279 mm [11"] for lower strap)

2 37AX435 Flat washer

1 23AX331 Lock nut

1 72RU11627 Bracket, clutch cable mounting, CXN, CHN, CX, CH, CT and CV models

1 48RU21224M Button tie wrap, clutch cable mounting, CXN, CHN, CX, CH, CT and CV models

1 63AX335 Plug, 1/4", recessed head, CXN, CX, CT and CV models

1 63AX3447 Fitting, straight, for fill line on CXP and CTP

63AX3834 Fitting, 45-degree elbow, for fill line on CXN, CHN, CX, CH, CT and CV models

5’ 243AX2F Hose, 5/16", overflow, 1.5 m (5 ft) required

— 48RU2313P2 Tie wraps, overflow hose clamping (quantity as required)

You should be able to make it work without most of the above parts as they are general hardware, they are standard (not metric) threads however. If you have a coolant level sensor with pipe threads you will need to change it to the boss (straight thread o-ring seal) style sensor. I think the part number for it is/was 64MT466.

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