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INTERACTIVE SCHEMATIC

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ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS BASIC HYDRAULIC


HOTKEYS (Keyboard Shortcuts) COMPONENT SYMBOLS
T

Pressure Temperature Level Flow


Switch Switch Switch Switch Circuit Breaker Pump
Variability
FUNCTION KEYS or Motor

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Fluid
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SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS

VALVES INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS PUMPS BASIC HYDRAULIC


ENVELOPES FLOW IN ONE
DIRECTION
FLOW ALLOWED IN
EITHER DIRECTION
PARALLEL
FLOW
CROSS
FLOW
FIXED DISPLACEMENT
COMPONENT SYMBOLS

One Position Two Position Three Position Unidirectional Bidirectional Pump


Infinite Two Three Variability
Positioning Position Position or Motor
PORTS VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
NON- COMPENSATED

CYLINDERS Fluid Spring


(Adjustable)
Two-way Three-Way Four-Way Conditioner
Unidirectional Bidirectional
CONTROL
AB
MOTORS
AB
Single Acting Double Acting
Pressure
FIXED DISPLACEMENT Spring
P T P T Compensation
Normal Position Shifted Position Infinite Position

CHECK
ACCUMULATORS Unidirectional Bidirectional Control Line Restriction
Valves (Variable)
VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
Basic Spring Shuttle NON- COMPENSATED
Pilot
Symbol Loaded Line Restriction
Controlled Spring Loaded Gas Charged Restriction
(Fixed)

Unidirectional Bidirectional

MAIN AUX.

PILOT CONTROL
Line Restriction 2-Section
RELEASED PRESSURE ROTATING SHAFTS Variable and Pressure
Compensated
Pump

Unidirectional Bidirectional
External Return Internal Return
Attachment Pump: Variable and
REMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE Pressure Compensated

Internal Hydraulic Pneumatic


Simplified Complete Supply Pressure Energy Triangles

COMBINATION CONTROLS
LINES MEASUREMENT

Solenoid Solenoid Solenoid Solenoid and Servo Thermal Detent Crossing Joining
or Manual and Pilot Pilot or Manual Pressure Temperature Flow

MANUAL CONTROL FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS

Push-pull Lever Manual Shutoff General Manual Push Button Pedal Spring Vented Pressurized Return Above Fluid Level Return Below Fluid Level

HYDRAULIC SYMBOLS - ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS


G
M T

Pressure Temperature Level Flow


Transducer Transducer Generator Electric Pressure Pressure Switch Temperature Electrical
Switch Switch Switch Switch Circuit Breaker
(Fluid) (Gas / Air) Motor Switch (Adjustable) Switch Wire

BASIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENT SYMBOLS HARNESS AND WIRE SYMBOLS


Wire, Cable, or Harness Assembly Identification:
Fuse: A component in an electrical circuit that will open the circuit if too much current flows through it. Includes Harness Identification Letters and Harness
Connector Serialization Codes (see sample).
Switch (Normally Open): A switch that will close at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). The circle indicates
that the component has screw terminals and a wire can be disconnected from it.
AG-C4 L-C12
Switch (Normally Closed): A switch that will open at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). 111-7898 3E-5179
No circle indicates that the wire cannot be disconnected from the component. Part Number: for 1
Connector Plug
Ground (Wired): This indicates that the component is connected to a grounded wire. 2
The grounded wire is fastened to the machine.
Plug Receptacle
Pin or Socket Number
Ground (Case): This indicates that the component does not have a wire connected to ground.
It is grounded by being fastened to the machine. Harness Identification Letter(s): (A, B, C, AA, AB, AC, ...)

Reed Switch: A switch whose contacts are controlled by a magnet. A magnet closes the contacts of Harness Connector Serialization Code: The "C" stands for
"Connector" and the number indicates which connector in the
a normally open reed switch; it opens the contacts of a normally closed reed switch.
harness (C1, C2, C3, ...)
L-C12
Sender: A component that is used with a temperature or pressure gauge. 3E-5179
The sender measures the temperature or pressure.
T Its resistance changes to give an indication to the gauge of the temperature or pressure. 5A
Component
Relay (Magnetic Switch): A relay is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. Fuse (5 Amps) 9X-1123 Part Number
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close the switch part of the relay. 325-AG135 PK-14
Harness identification code:
This example indicates wire group 325, Wire Gauge
Solenoid: A solenoid is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. wire 135 in harness "AG". Wire Color
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close a valve or move a piece of metal that can do work. 1 Deutsch connector: Typical representation
of a Deutsch connector. The plug contains all
2 sockets and the receptacle contains all pins.
Magnetic Latch Solenoid: An electrical component that is activated by electricity and held latched by a
permanent magnet. It has two coils (latch and unlatch) that make electromagnet 1 Sure-Seal connector: Typical representation
when current flows through them. It also has an internal switch that places of a Sure-Seal connector. The plug and receptacle
2 contain both pins and sockets.
the latch coil circuit open at the time the coil latches.
UENR7772-01
January 2018

797F Off-Highway Truck


Cooling System
WSP130-UP
LAJ600-UP

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COMPONENT LOCATION

Part Machine Schematic


Description
Number Location Location
Air Compressor 261-4881 1 A-7
Brake Cooler (Front) 352-3106 3 F-7
Brake Cooler (Rear) 352-3106 4 F-7
Brake Cooler (Rear) 352-3106 5 F-6
Cab Heater Supply Line 136-1953 7* B-6
Core As. - Cab 267-3963 8 A-6
Drain 129-0987 9* E-6 , F-6
Drain Line 271-9102 10* D-6
Drain Line 260-8448 11* D-6
Drain Line 288-8970 12* A-6
Drain Line 293-6446 13* A-4
Drain Valve (Part Of Radiator) 287-7301 14* B-3
Engine Oil Coolers 352-3100 15 D-5
Hose As. 342-2790 17* B-4
Jw Pump 381-7341 18 A-5
Lines Gp - Air 283-0591 19* B-5
Powertrain Cooler 331-0302 20 F-5
Return Line - Cab Heater 136-1953 21* A-5
Shunt Line 311-2188 22* C-5
Shunt Line 311-2187 24* E-3
Shunt Tank 375-4079 25 F-3
Steering Cooler 290-2729 26 F-5
Thermostat 494-2623 27 E-1
Tube As. 289-0308 28* A-4
Turbo - Rear (Qty 2) (High Altitude) 481-8098 29 D-7 , D-6
Turbo - Front (Qty 4) (High Altitude) 481-8097 30 C-7 , C-6
Turbo - Front (Qty 4) (Low Altitude) 481-8101 30 C-7 , C-6
Vent Line 293-0770 34* E-5
Vent Line 339-7961 35* C-5
Vent Line 260-8451 36* C-5
Vent Line 339-3257 38* E-3
Vent Line 291-2511 39* E-3
Radiator 441-1750 40 B-4
* NOTE: NOT SHOWN ON GRAPHICS
7 6 5 4 3 2 1

RIGHT MACHINE VENT LINE 8.6 LPM

(9) DRAIN
129-0987

(25) SHUNT TANK


375-4079

F (20) POWERTRAIN
COOLER
F
(4) REAR BRAKE 430-5380
COOLER
352-3106
(5) REAR BRAKE
COOLER
352-3106
(3) FRONT BRAKE
COOLER
352-3106
(26) STEERING COOLER (27) THERMOSTAT
290-2729 494-2623

(24) SHUNT LINE


(38) VENT LINE
339-3257

311-2187
(9) DRAIN
129-0987

(39) VENT LINE


291-2511
CAB HEATER SUPPLY LINE (34) VENT LINE
293-0770

E E

(29) REAR TURBO (29) REAR TURBO


481-8098 481-8098
(10) DRAIN LINE

(11) DRAIN LINE


271-9102

260-8448

HIGH ALTITUDE ARRANGEMENT


If Equipped

D D

(15) ENGINE OIL


COOLERS
352-3100

C175-20
ENGINE BLOCK

THERMOSTAT BYPASS LINE


(22) SHUNT LINE

(35) VENT LINE


311-2188

339-7961
VENT LINE

(36) VENT LINE


260-8451

C C

(30) FRONT TURBO (30) FRONT TURBO (30) FRONT TURBO (30) FRONT TURBO
LOW ALTITUDE 481-8101 LOW ALTITUDE 481-8101 LOW ALTITUDE 481-8101 LOW ALTITUDE 481-8101
HIGH ALTITUDE 481-8097 HIGH ALTITUDE 481-8097 HIGH ALTITUDE 481-8097 HIGH ALTITUDE 481-8097

(19) LINES GP AIR


283-0591

FLOW SPLITS
B (14) DRAIN VALVE
287-7301
B
(40) RADIATOR
Engine Speed JW Flow JW Shunt Line Flow
441-1750
1750 RPM 2484 LPM 97 LPM

LINE PATTERNS
(17) HOSE AS. Main Line
(7) CAB HEATER SUPPLY LINE 342-2790
136-1953 Vent Line

Drain Lines

Vent Line (Steep Grade Circuit)


(13) DRAIN LINE
293-6446 (LEFT SIDE ENGINE DRAIN LINE)
CALLOUTS
NOTE: Callout Number Component
(Machine Location from (52) VALVE GP - CONTROL Name
SERVICE CENTER IS PRESENT ONLY FOR SERVICE GP: Component LocationsTable)
272-5377 OR 293-7875. 138-1234 Part Number

(18) JW PUMP
381-7341
COLOR DESCRIPTIONS
CAB HEATER CORE
(8) CORE AS. HOT FLOW
(28) TUBE AS. SERVICE CENTER
(1) AIR COMPRESSOR 267-3963
261-4881 289-0308
A COOLED FLOW A
NOTE:
AIR COMPRESSOR IS PRESENT ONLY FOR (21) CAB HEATER RETURN LINE SERVICE CENTER
NOTE:
STARTING AR. - AIR 272-3448 OR 272-3449 136-1953 FLOW SPLITS ARE LISTED AT RATED CONDITION OF 1750 ENGINE RPM WITH
THERMOSTAT FULL OPEN UNLESS SPECIFIED.

THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 797F OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK COOLING SYSTEM


MEDIA NUMBER: UENR7772-01
(12) DRAIN LINE SCHEMATIC PART NUMBER: 272-3215, CHANGE: 03, VERSION: -
288-8970 Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off, transmission shifter
in neutral and with parking brake set.
Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations.
Refer to the Parts Manual using a specific serial number prefix in SIS before ordering parts from this schematic.

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26 If Equipt:
High Altitude Arrangement 29 30 25

20

5
3 1
15

27 40 18
HEATER CORE AS.

CAB (REAR)