Question about Cars & Trucks
Customer reports that sometimes just speeding up the engine will make it start working. I don't know if this unit has oper or closed centre hydraulic system.
Not sure why this question is under cars header , but as a heavy equipment mechanic that reads cars all the time I knew what u were talking about the moment I read it , the engine speed really has nothing to do with it , its the vibration that increases with engine speed that does , no ill bet what your looking for is a faulty switch or wire fault in the safety system (operator presence) , if the operator knees the presence stick on side of seat , then over time it will go bad and start this problem (they don't like sideways too much only up/down), and I don't know how old your equipment is but the sillyier older ones used a weight sensing switch on operator seat for this same function , I still don't know how they expected one to remain seated in a loader being used !!!???!!!
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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