TABLE OF CONTENTS

Welcome....................................................................................................... 3   

Kit Contents................................................................................................. 3

Required Tools ............................................................................................ 3

Accessory Options...................................................................................... 3

Compatibility................................................................................................ 4

Notes on Connectors.................................................................................. 4

What is the COOL ENGINE SHUTDOWN (CES)?...................................... 4

How does the COOL ENGINE SHUTDOWN work?................................... 5

Precautions.................................................................................................. 5

Safety Features............................................................................................ 5

Audible Alarm.............................................................................................. 6

Wiring ........................................................................................................... 6

FORD POWERSTROKE WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................... 8

DODGE CUMMINS WIRING DIAGRAM............................................................... 9

DURAMAX WIRING DIAGRAMS........................................................................ 10

Wastegate Solenoid Power Harness (2004½-05 Dodges Only) ............ 12

Temperature Adjustments........................................................................ 13

Communication / Operation Lights ......................................................... 13

Mounting .................................................................................................... 13

Optional LED Alarm .................................................................................. 13

Wire Color Glossary.................................................................................. 14

Questions?................................................................................................. 15

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT......................................................... 16

 

Thank you for purchasing the Cool Engine Shutdown accessory for your BD X-Monitor. This manual is divided into different areas to assist you with your installation and operation of this unit.  If there is any missing parts or if you have technical questions about this product then please phone our tech-line at (800) 887-5030.

KIT CONTENT

•    Qty. 1 - Cool Engine Shutdown Module
•    Qty. 1 - 5-Terminal Connector (for module)
•    Qty. 1 - 18” Communications Cable
•    Qty. 36” - Tan Wire
•    Qty. 36” - Pink Wire
•    Qty. 36” - Green Wire
•    Qty. 36” - Blue Wire
•    Qty. 4 - Gray Posi-Tap (18-22ga) Connector
•    Qty. 4 - Black Posi-Tap (12-18ga) Connector
•    Qty. 2 - Green Posi-Tap (10-12ga) Connector

TOOLS NEEDED

•    Wire strippers
•    Wire crimpers
•    Pliers (Needle or Flat Nose)
•    Small flat nose screwdriver
•    Soldering gun (optional)
•    Heat shrink or liquid tape (optional)

ACCESSORIES

•    1081120 - Red LED Alarm Kit
•    1081123 - Amber LED Alarm Kit

 

NOTE: The ground terminals of the vehicle’s batteries should be disconnected before performing any taping onto any ECM/PCM wire.

CAMPATIBILITY

If the X Monitor displays the two (2) readouts “PYRO” and “TURBO” only and is version 1.xx or 2.xx, the module and display will have to be updated so the CES will be compatible.  Call 1-800-887-5030 and ask for the claims division to arrange for this update.  All other units that display three (3) measurements do not need upgrading.

 

CONNECTORS

The kit includes a number of Posi-Tap™ connectors (Gray/Black/Green) to tap onto OEM wiring.  It is important to select the correct color of connector so that it matches the gauge of the OEM wire that it is being installed on.  Using the incorrect connector could cause an inadequate connection and/or the OEM wire could be severed.  

What is the COOL ENGINE SHUTDOWN (CES)?

The CES is designed to keep the engine running when the ignition key is turned off and the exhaust temperature is above a set point (between 250-550°F) to prevent turbocharger bearing failure that could occur when the engine is shutdown too quickly.   
A typical turbocharger can spin in excess of 100,000rpm under load, which will continue spinning when the engine is turned off.   
The turbocharger is lubricated and cooled by engine oil - when the engine is turned off, that oil supply is cut off.  If a turbocharger is still spinning at a high RPM when the oil supply is cut off, the internal bearings will utilize what remaining oil is left around them

hen start to heat up, essentially cooking the oil which causes premature bearing failure.  By allowing the turbocharger to slow down to a safe RPM, this bearing failure can be prevented. An efficient means of gauging a safe time to turn the engine off is by the exhaust temperature.   
A good temperature range to go by is when a turbocharger is below 400°F (with the thermocouple mounted post-turbo) it is safe to turn off the engine.  The further away the probe is away from the turbocharger, the shut-off temperature should be lower.  If the thermocouple is mounted pre-turbo, then the shut-off temperature can be higher.  

How does the COOL ENGINE SHUTDOWN work?

The CES module utilizes the data being transmitted between the X-Monitor controller and display to constantly monitor the exhaust temperature.  When the key is turned off and the exhaust temperature is above the shutdown setting, the CES module will keep power supplied to the ECM/PCM, which in turn will keep the engine running until the temperature falls below the setting.

Precautions

The CES will not lock the doors or set the alarm.  With most vehicles, once you shut the door you can use the keyless remote or key to lock the doors.   
Most OEM and aftermarket alarms will have to be activated after the CES has shutdown the engine.  Due to the wide variety of the alarms and immobilizers, it is best to test the system(s) thoroughly to ensure proper procedures of activation or use in conjunctions with the CES.
Proper parking procedures should be adhered to before leaving the vehicle including the engagement of the parking brake.  Children or animals should not be left unattended in the vehicle while the CES is keeping the vehicle running.

Safety Features

The CES module has a few safety features built in that the driver should be aware of. If for some reason the exhaust temperature does not fall below of shutdown setting within five (5) minutes from the key being turned off, the CES will automatically
shutdown the engine.  
The CES module is also designed to monitor the vehicle’s hydraulic brakes when it is
connected to the brake pedal switch via the Brake Pedal terminal on the module.
While the CES module is keeping the engine alive (ignition key turned off and exhaust temperature above the shutdown setting), if the brake pedal is depressed the CES will shutdown the engine.  This was implemented to protect the vehicle from being stolen when the engine is in cool down mode; eventually the brake pedal would have to be pressed which will shutdown the engine preventing the thief from easily driving away with the vehicle.  This is also useful in situations where the engine needs to be shutdown immediately or is desired to be shutdown sooner.

Audible Alarm

As an added bonus to the engine shutdown function of the CES, there is an audible alarm built into the module.  While monitoring the data between the X Monitor controller and display for the exhaust temperature, the CES also is looking for any registered alarms flashing on the display.  When the alarm is flashing, the CES module will emit a repeating tone that will stop when the alarm stops flashing on the display. There are three volume settings for the audible alarm: high (default), low and off.   
The volume of the audible alarm is can be adjusted by a jumper setting inside the module.  To do this, with the communication cables and the 5-terminal connector unplugged, remove the screw on the back of the module and take the top cover off.  In the upper left section of the board, near the display communication connector, there is a 3-pin connector with a jumper.   


For high and low volume the jumper will connect the center pin and one the two (2) outer pins marked “HI” and “LO”.  For no alarm, place the terminal on either one of the outer pins and away from the center pin.

Wiring

Disconnect the communication cable from the X Monitor controller that leads to the
display and insert into the port marked “Display” on the CES module.  Utilizing the 18” communications cable supplied with the CES module, plug one end into the port marked “Controller” on the CES module and the other end into the display port on the
X Monitor controller.  
Using the following charts, tap onto the vehicles wires using the appropriate sized
Posi-Tap connector (not necessary if soldering the connections).  All the vehicle wires are located under the dash. Strip one end of each CES wire and attach a male blade connector to one end of each wire (not necessary if soldering the connections).  Connect the wires to the Posi-Taps and run the free ends to the CES module, keeping clear of moving or heat-generating devices.  Excess wire can be trimmed but please keep in mind that the module may have to be accessed to adjust the shutdown temperature or be removed to adjust alarm volume, so, we suggest leaving enough slack to perform these functions.
Strip each end of the wires and connect to the appropriate terminals on the 5-terminal connector as per the charts and diagrams.  Tighten each terminal by turning the terminal screws clockwise until the wire is secure.  Plug the 5-terminal connector into the CES module and leave the module in a location where it can be accessed for adjustments before final mounting.   
NOTE: The 12v-power wire for the X Monitor module must be connected to the same line as the “Keep Alive” is connected (See applicable chart for your application on pages 8-12).  Connect the power lead for the X Monitor module to the same “Keep Alive” terminal on the CES module. 

FORD POWERSTROKE WIRING DIAGRAM


 

DODGE CUMMINS WIRING DIAGRAM


DURAMAX WIRING DIAGRAMS


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wastegate Solenoid Power Harness (2004½-05 Dodges Only)

2004½-05 Dodge trucks have a wastegate solenoid that requires power when the CES keeps the ECM alive in cool down mode. You may notice that the check engine light comes on (with codes P0480 & P0243) approximately 30 seconds after the key is turned off. To avoid this requires some extra wiring with diodes to prevent back feeding power. The codes being sent do not affect performance or drivability in any way but only causes the annoyance of the engine light coming on. See the diagram below for reference. 

 

Temperature Adjustments

The shutdown temperature can be set by using a small flat-head screw driver to adjust the potentiometer that can be accessed through the hole on top of the CES module with the markings “550”, “400” and “250”.
By turning the screw clockwise until the potentiometer stops the CES will shutdown at approximately 550°F; by turning all the way counter clockwise the CES will shutdown at approximately 250°F.  The markings are a general guide as to what the approximate setting will be; the CES may have to be adjusted a few times until the desired shutdown temperature is achieved.

Communication / Operation Lights

Through the translucent blue case of the CES module, there will be a Green and Red LED visible during the operation of the CES.  The Green LED will blink when the CES senses communication between the X Monitor display and module.  The Red LED will light up when the exhaust temperature is above the shutdown temperature setting. 

Mounting

Once all the wiring and adjusting has been performed, secure or mount the CES module so that it is not interfering with feet and moving parts or near direct heat.  Some examples are to use Velcro to mount to the firewall or to the back of the X Monitor module.  Being that the CES module is light, it can be suspended if the wiring is secure.

Optional LED Alarm

For those who wish to use an LED for the alarm instead of, or, in conjunction with the
audible alarm, the CES module can control the grounding of a LED through the “Aux Output” terminal. This terminal could be used to control the grounding of other devices but is only rated to a maximum of 0.5 amps; exceeding this rating will void the warranty.
To mount the LED, drill a 0.250” hole in the desired location.  From the front, push the bezel into the hole you just drilled.  From the backside, push the LED into the bezel
until it clicks into place, the flange at the base of the LED will be inside the bezel and
the LED will protrude by about 1/8” out the front of the bezel.  Push the collar up the wires and over the bezel/LED until it securely clicks into place.   
Run the wires down to the CES and X Monitor modules keeping them from interfering with moving or heated parts.  With the black wire trim any excess, strip the end and insert into the “Aux Output” terminal on the CES module.  With the Red wire trim any excess, strip the end and attach a blade connector.  On the X Monitor module, disconnect the power lead and replace with Y-wire connected.  Connect the LED’s Red wire to the Y-Wire.

Wire Color Glossary

 

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT

THE INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT INDICATES THAT THE BUYER HAS READ AND
UNDERSTANDS THIS AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTS ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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