KUSSMAUL 091-84-004 (02) PDF MANUAL


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****** Page 1 ****** FILE: 091-84.P65 date: 06-02-99 INSTRUCTION MANUAL ENGINE IDLER MODULE PART OF A HIGH IDLE SYSTEM IDLER ENGINE IDLER MODEL#091-84-005 VOLTAGE MONET0R VOLTGAE MONITOR MODE L-#091-84-004 3 YEAR WARRANTY KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS CO., INC- 170 CHERRY AVE. , WEST SAYVILLE, N.Y. 11796 TEL: in NY 631-567-0314 TOLL FREE: 800-346-0857 FAX: 631-567-5826

****** Page 2 ****** INTRODUCTION The High Idle System consists of a model 091-84-005 Engine Idler and a model 091-84-004 Voltage Monitor. The system permits a vehicle operator to increase engine RPM to obtain more alternator output. RPM may be increased manually from the Engine Idler or automati- cally from the Voltage Monitor when the system voltage drops below the threshold. In order to move the throttle mechanism or interface with electronic controlled engines additional components are required. DESCRIPTION ENGINE IDLER: This module is the heart of the system. It interfaces with the Brake Pedal Switch, the Voltage Monitor, Neutral Safety Switch and the output solenoid valve or relay. The Engine Idler has a High Idle “ON” and “OFF” pushbuttons on its front face allowing the operator to switch in and out of HIGH IDLE when the vehicle is in Park or Neutral. An LED indicator on the front face is illuminated when the engine is in HIGH IDLE. VOLTAGE MONITOR: This module interfaces with the Engine Idler module to activate the high idle system whenever the detected voltage drops. Three LED’s indicate High, Low or Normal battery voltage. When the battery voltage is above 15.6 volts D.C. the HIGH indicator is illuminated. The LOW battery voltage indicator illuminates when the battery voltage is below 12.5 volts. At this time a signal is sent to the Engine Idler module automatically placing it in high idle. This occurs only if the transmission is in Park or Neutral and the brake pedal is not depressed.

****** Page 3 ****** INSTALLATION Typical installations on gasoline and diesel engines are illustrated in figures 1 and 2. Mount actuator and solenoid valve in an appropriate location and connect the actuator output to the throttle mechanism. (Note: The actuator and solenoid valve must be purchased seperately. Be certain that the ball chain or other coupling does not restrict throttle motion at full closed throttle or wide-open throttle. Connect solenoid valve input to a source of vacuum for gasoline engines or pressure for diesel engines. Pipe the solenoid valve output to the actuator as illustrated in figure 1 or figure 2. Install wiring as shown. OPERATION The High Idler receives its power from the ignition switch and functions only when the ignition switch is either “ON” or in the ACC. position. High Idle is automatically disabled under any of the following conditions: 1 Operator depresses the “OFF” pushbutton on the Engine Idler 2. Operator depresses the brake pedal 3. Operator places the transmission into Drive or Reverse 4. Operator turns off the ignition switch

****** Page 4 ****** TEST PROCEDURE 1 . With the transmission switch in PARK turn the ignition switch the Accessory position. The LED on the Engine Idler should remain OFF. 2. Press the “ON” switch on the Engine Idler. The LED on the Engine Idler should turn ON. 3. Move the transmission to Drive or Reverse. The LED on the Engine Idler should turn OFF. 4. Place the transmission in PARK and press the “ON” switch to turn the LED ON again. 5. Depress the Brake Pedal. This should turn the LED OFF. NOTE: Steps 1 thru 5 are valid only if the battery voltage is greater than 12.5 volts. If less than 12.5 volts, the Voltage Monitor may turn on High Idle system. 6. Start the engine and allow it to warm up with the transmission in PARK mode. 7. Depress the ON switch on the Engine Idler and adjust the coupling to the actuator and the stroke to obtain the desired engine RPM. Recheck by turning the unit ON and OFF a few times. 8. Load the electrical system by turning on the headlights, area lights or other accessories. Note that when the voltage drops below 12.5 volts, the following occur: a. The Low indicator on the Voltage Monitor illuminates. b. The indicator on the Engine Idler illuminates. c. The High Idle System is active and the engine is speeded up.

****** Page 5 ****** CAUTION FORD INSTALLATIONS FORD, in many installations uses a starter solenoid which has one side of the coil grounded. The neutral safety switch is then placed in the supply side of the solenoid coil. This configuration creates a considerable voltage spike when the vehicle is started. A diode must be placed across the starter solenoid in these installations to prevent dam- age to the engine idler. See the appropriate wiring diagram for diode installation details.

****** Page 6 ****** CONNECT TO THROTTLE (PRESSURE PULLS THROTTLE) PRESSURE ACTUATOR STROKE ADJ. SCREW TO PRESSURE SOURCE 091-84-PV OUT SOLENOID AIR VALVE BRAKE LIGHT BRAKE SWITCH DIODE BATTERY + On some vehicles install diode to prevent emergency flasher or turn signals from turning off the engine idler NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH CLOSE IN NEUTRAL/PARK 1 amp fuse KUSSMAUL To +12 volts thru accessory position of Ignition switch 765432 KUSSMAUL OFF o O ON ENGINE IDLER HIGH O O O LOW VOLTAGE MONITOR VOLTAGE MONITOR & ENGINE IDLER INSTALLATION AND WIRING DIAGRAM FOR DIESEL ENGINES WITH AIR PRESSURE AVAILABLE Figure 2

****** Page 7 ****** INSTALLATION RECORD & WARRANTY Date Installed Installed By Vehicle Identification Vehicle Owner WARRANTY All product of Kussmaul Electronics Company Inc. are warranted to be free of defects of material or workmanship. Liability is limited to repair- ing or replacing at our factory, without charge, any material or defects which become apparent in normal use within 3 years from the date the equipment was shipped. Kussmaul Electronics Company, Inc. shall have no liability for dam- ages of any kind to associated equipment arising from the installation and /or use of the Kussmaul Electronics Company, Inc. products. The pur- chaser, by the acceptance of the equipment, assumes all liability for any damages which may result from its installation, use or misuse, by the purchaser, his or its


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