1989-02-01

Electronic Controls for John Deere Diesel Engines 890391

Electronic engine control systems have been developed for the John Deere 400 Series 7.6L and 500 Series 10.1L diesel engines. These full-featured, microprocessor based systems provide significant advantages over mechanically controlled engines in on-highway, off-highway and stationary engine applications. Unique controller features include a timed power boost mode, transient smoke control without manifold sensors, switch selectable torque curves and speed regulation, special throttle options, adaptive throttle calibration, temperature compensation and factory “end-of-line” programming.

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