DT466 INJECTOR WIRING DIAGRAM
2004 International 4300 with the DT466 engine service
2004 International 4300 with the DT466 engine service manual / wiring diagram At minimum, I need an.. At minimum, I need an accurate wiring diagram for my 2004 International 4300 with the DT466 engine.I am certain that you can purchase the manuals through a dealer nearest to you if you ask their parts department and tell them which model you have but there would be a few manuals to purchase . A diagnostics manual for the engine , an engine service and repair manual , and then , a truck manual for the chassis and electrical on the unitWe have manuals but mostly ,everything is on a database online called ISIS. If you can't buy manuals then , I am pretty sure there is a site called FLEET ISIS which is customer based support and I believe you purchase to gain access to the site and it would have everything you need online but not sure how to go about it. I know that some companies out there have access to fleet isis to be able to perform the work without having to bring to the dealer cause all the knowledge they need on the trucks are on FLEET ISIS.Is there anything specific that I can pull up for you to help you with your current problem?I would be more than happy to get you what you need for now to get your truck or bus up and running! Are you sure there isn't anything I can do for you?Let's try to deal with the first one first . Have you been able to read the faults when the engine goes down to idle? Sounds like you may need a new electronic fuel pedal but the fault code would tell us for sure. Need to know the fault code to continue diagnosing . Then I can guide you in the right direction on this problem . Next , the speedometer freezing up or not accurate tells me you may have some cab ground issues . Here is what you can try . Using an good and accurate multimeter set to ohms , you need to measure the resistance from the battery negative to the engine ground stud on the block . You may need an extension or jumper cable to assist you . The resistance value should be less than 1 ohm with key off. If higher , then clean engine ground stud and negative battery terminals . Then do the same with the frame stud which is just behind the left front fender around starter area and battery negative. Same thing , key off , should be less than 1 ohm . If higher , then clean that area. And finally , the cab grounds, same thing again , key off , measure between batt neg and cab ground studs which are on the left side of firewall , just under cowl (bunch of white wires going to them ). Also should be less than 1 ohm , if not , must be cleaned . So all grounds should be less than 1 ohm with key off or you will see lights coming on and going out for no reason ,gauges freezing up, etc,.. That should help you with a few issues . Now about the turn signal issue, I have seen a worn contact inside the turn signal switch cause that problem your turn signal switch seem very sloppy ? Can you get an assistant to watch light at the rear while you jiggle the switch to see if that may be your problem ? Hope this all helps you ! Holler if you need anything else!Let me know if you need any diagrams or more help and I will be more than happy to try and assist but with one problem at a time until it is all resolvedOk then! I'll be around if you need meI'm sorry but i don't have control over the amount at all but you could e-mail the site under contact us tab and they could probably fix it . And if you still need something specific , I'm here if you need me. I can get anything you need on international site but there is A LOT ON THE SITE. Too much to send but if there is something specific , let me know , and I'll be happy to helpI am willing to send you some diagrams now that I have figured out how to send them using this site if there is something you need right away! Thanks!For starters, I would most definitely start with replacing the rad cap. Coolant spilling out is no good. It is supposed to hold 15 psi pressure or around that mark depending on the model . I work for an International dealership and I can tell you that 90 % of the time, the cap doesn't hold enough pressure in the cooling system causing the coolant to boil when engine is at operating temperature causing the temperature to climb higher than normal. I would definitely replace that. Also , I would check your coolant strength. You should have the proper coolant to water ratio to have freeze protection up to about -40 Celsius and not too much stronger. If the coolant is too pure, it could cause overheating issues as well. Make sure your fan belt is in good condition, that there is enough tension on it and that belt is not glazed. Replace as needed. I would also clean out the rad with a pressure washer set to low pressure hot and try to rinse it out from the fan side out towards the front and keep going over it all as best as you can until the water draining from it down below becomes clear . I would spend a good 20 minutes on it . If you have to , you can wash from the front side as well but it 's always better to wash in the direction that the dirt go into it . Once this is all done , here is what we do to find out at what temperature the thermostat is opening and also we need to find out if and when the engine fan is kicking in. All we do is start the engine , run it in neutral at full rpm and watch the temperature gauge climb . Leave it at full rpm the whole time and watch gauge. This will take up to 15 minutes. As temperature approaches 190 F or so , you should see the temperature drop slightly about 5 degrees around that point . That will tell you that thermostat just opened and engine took in some fresh coolant . Keep running it at full rpm and let it keep climbing as you listen for the engine fan to engage . The engine fan should kick in at around 210 F . Keep running at full rpm while listening for the fan to engage but do not let engine temperature go beyond 225- 230 F. If fan does not kick in at all , the problem is with the fan not engaging and cooling properly. If all this is working fine after cleaning the rad, replacing the cap, checking coolant strength , belt tension and condition , thermostat opening and fan operation , as I described , then your cooling system will be at its optimum and be able to take on that extra heat on those grades and dissipate it properly and efficiently . I hope I answered your question!
I have a 2005 intl 4400 with dt 466 i have an open on the
I have a 2005 intl 4400 with dt 466 i have an open on the high to low side on all the injectors i need a wiring diagram - Answered by a verified Technician I have an IH 4366 with a DT466 engine. I t just threw a rod out the side of the block.