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Old 12-30-2019, 06:40 PM   #1
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BB Questions 2002 TC Handi Bus

Being new to the bus territory, I have a couple of questions.

In some vehicles that I've had, the ECM would notify you of problems with beep codes. When I first turn on the key, I get two quick beeps, pause, another beep. Any significant meaning to this?

Photo 1 - Most of the buttons and displays are self explanatory, but what are these with W/L Master and W/L Start?

Photo 2 - Some time is shows a '7 c 1' code when starting the bus, but it eventually goes away. I've tried the three buttons on the right, but nothing changes on the display.
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:17 PM   #2
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Being new to the bus territory, I have a couple of questions.

In some vehicles that I've had, the ECM would notify you of problems with beep codes. When I first turn on the key, I get two quick beeps, pause, another beep. Any significant meaning to this?

Photo 1 - Most of the buttons and displays are self explanatory, but what are these with W/L Master and W/L Start?

Photo 2 - Some time is shows a '7 c 1' code when starting the bus, but it eventually goes away. I've tried the three buttons on the right, but nothing changes on the display.
I can't help on the second photo but the first one are for your flashers. I don't even know what the WL stands for but the yellow and red lights should be self explanatory. I had the same buttons on mine, and a fourth that made the stop arm and stop sign go out. Just finished pulling all those wires out today.
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:29 PM   #3
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Your second photo is a super crappy lcd clock. The sun cooked it and not it doesn't do anything useful.
I have the same clock.. I'll replace it with something more helpful at some point!
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Your second photo is a super crappy lcd clock. The sun cooked it and not it doesn't do anything useful.
I have the same clock.. I'll replace it with something more helpful at some point!
And I thought for a minute how cool that was, a clock that reads the codes.
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:52 PM   #5
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I can't help on the second photo but the first one are for your flashers. I don't even know what the WL stands for but the yellow and red lights should be self explanatory. I had the same buttons on mine, and a fourth that made the stop arm and stop sign go out. Just finished pulling all those wires out today.
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:59 PM   #6
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I can't help on the second photo but the first one are for your flashers. I don't even know what the WL stands for but the yellow and red lights should be self explanatory. I had the same buttons on mine, and a fourth that made the stop arm and stop sign go out. Just finished pulling all those wires out today.

Thanks JD! I had the school district disable flashers before picking up the bus. Looking at the snake of wires running fore and aft, I need to do some wire cleanup also.


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Your second photo is a super crappy lcd clock. The sun cooked it and not it doesn't do anything useful.
I have the same clock.. I'll replace it with something more helpful at some point!

Brokedown, I was hoping that you would tell me that it was an older version of a Scangauge D. Bummer, just a clock. I may be in the market to replace the clock with a Scangauge if it will fit. Thanks for the info!
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Old 12-30-2019, 08:01 PM   #7
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Makes sense! Thanks Marc!
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Lol thanks! Now they're all gone anyway but it's good information.
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Lol thanks! Now they're all gone anyway but it's good information.
Those switches and wires can be repurposed,
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