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code 393 and 336
shuts down and throws codes 393 and 336 only once and awhile any suggestions?
  • Posted 13 Jan 2017 03:51 AM
Total replies: 4. Showing items 1 - 4 of 4 results.
same problem here...336 Drive Motor encoder. I just replaced the drive motor encoder to solve the 336. Event code 393 Encoder LOS(Limited Operating Strategy) LOS control Mode is on as a result of a motor encoder event or the truck stalled (Event code 373) Possible causes
ECR bad
ECR wires
Truck is stalled
Follow troubleshooting steps for event codes 336 or event code 373.
  • Posted 26 Jan 2017 06:48 AM
  • • Modified 26 Jan 2017 07:18 AM by poster
  • buddy84
  • California, United States
This problem is almost always an internal brocken wire at the encoder deusch connector in the steer knuckle
  • Posted 5 Apr 2017 04:25 AM
Thank you for this post, the wire, white in my case was broken off exactly at the end of the female end of above described connector.

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  • Posted 13 Apr 2018 06:41 AM
Same here on ours it was the green and white wire. But I found that the 393 code doesn't show up in the book.
  • Posted 18 Jul 2018 02:21 AM
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