I have had several Stop engine light events that only last about 5-10 seconds and then go out. On printing out the Diagnostic History file I get a lot of information that should be useful if I can find what they mean. The heading information that are obvious are ENG, TRN. What does the heading SRC and MD mean? I assume TPE is type, is that correct? What do the following codes mean, SID, PID and SPN? When it prints out ID codes that are not Cummins or Allison codes where do you find the information to interpret the codes. I have had several 5 digit codes that Cummins and Spartan don't have information on. They are 64208, 24287, 25983, 93567, 6, 1656, and 2047 among many others. My engine is a Cummins ISC 425 with an Allison 3000MH tranny. Any help getting this information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Submitted by Art on Wed, 2015-05-06 07:53


Hello Don You've made a pass by I see, its also clear you posted a query some time back that went unanswered. Is that worked out now? -If I had a document with the codes (and some explanation) would it be a help? It can be emailed. Art Documentation Central Silverleaf Electronics (888) 741-0259 (US) or (541) 967-8111 (Everywhere else)

Submitted by W0GER on Sat, 2016-09-17 15:25


Art, If you still have that list of codes, I would like to take a look at it to help diagnose the following: Diagnostic History File Feel free to add notes to this file, but do not move or delete. SRC TPE ID MD COMPONENT MODE MM/DD/YY HH:MM ============================================================================= ENG SPN 93567 31 UNKNOWN COMPONENT UNKNOWN MODE 9/17/16 9:38 ENG SPN 3226 4 UNKNOWN COMPONENT Low Voltage 9/17/16 10:47

Submitted by michael.dyer on Thu, 2017-04-06 13:22


Hi Art, If you still have that list of codes I would very much like to see it as well. The VMS codes from my history file and the and the Cummins fault codes which I've downloaded from the Cummins Support site are completely different, so correlating them is next for me to determine what is going on with my engine. Thanks Mike