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It doesn't seem to want to turn over... Pulled a spark plug and there wasn't any fire there. Is the kill switch still on? Where is that bad boy located? I've searched for schematics, a Baker homepage, there seems to be very little information available online and I'm at a loss. The hydraulic lift works; it goes up and down. Maybe the battery doesn't have enough juice to get fire to the engine? Any advice, info, direction would be greatly appreciated!
Posted by Anonymous on
The fork lift has several safety devices that will not allow it to start until everything is set
you in the seat , foot on the brake , transmission in neutral and hand brake on
it is designed so that you cannot start it from the side where if it starts it runs away uncontrolled
check for all operational safety switches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did u test the THERMAL LIMITER on the blower resistor? this is the part that burns out, the resistors always look fine. Replace the resistor, it is cheap and i am sure it will fix the problem. U may also wish to check the 30 Amp blower motor relay circuit breaker in the underhood fuse box, I believe it is marked HEATER.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
What do you mean it didnt help? the sparks are still a flyin? Did you replace the spark plugs too? if not, replace the spark plugs. Buy the correct NGK spark plugs. Was the miss a all of a sudden thing, or gradual. If it has adjustable valves, have they been checked? You need to narrow down which cylinder has the miss and look from there.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: forklift hydraulics
The Piston seal on the cylinder may need replacing! Otherwise the valve has an eccessive leak rate. The leak rate is normal due to spool clearances although the cylinder shouldnt go down that soon. You may want to check the lift cylinder. As far as negative effects they are minimal other than danger to surrounding things under the forks.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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