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Komatsu Fault Codes


E02 PC-the EPC system;
E03, Swing parking brake system;
E10, the engine controller power failure, the engine control drive system circuit malfunction (this engine stall;
E11, the engine control system failure (decrease of output power, in order to protect the engine);
E14, the feedback system abnormalities;
E15, engine sensors (temperature, fuel pressure, oil pressure) fault;
EOE, a network failure.
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989N00, the engine controller to lock warning (mode 3).
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The @ B BCZK the coolant level is too low.
B @ the HANS, the hydraulic oil from overheating.
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More Fault Codes HERE http://truckmanual.weebly.com/komatsu-fault-codes.html

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My car stop when i release the gas and push the brakes in stop lights or intersections


POSTED 2 TIME, BUT THIS ONE LONGER. read other post answer now.?
your engines stalls! if engine stalls so does car.
BUT DOES IT RESTART EASY,??????
Does the restart, starter sound fast and normal or weak
can you prevent the stall with fast right foot action?
ever get a tuneup in last decade?

most stalls are caused by 50 things.
top of list is MISFIRING.

http://jeepdied.com/Misfire101.html

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Low on power and puts out lots of white smoke


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What causes low acceleration


low horse power.. such as a 2.0 engine does not produce as much horse power as a 5.9 engine.. but it could also be caused by low fuel pressure or friction with the pistons in the engine not being properly lubricated..

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Engine light and low temp on 96 cavalier


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What does low engine power indicate?


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Low pick on uphill slope and low pick up with AC too


hello sir.

low pick up on uphill and low pick up with AC ON.

these both r general physics problem, due to the higher downforce on uphill the car will b having low pick up. n with AC 'ON' the AC will b using a part of fuel supply engine, hence with higher power on the AC, larger is the fuel sucked from the engine supply. hence the lesser is the fuel supply top the engine, thus low power output.

i requst u to please check your car performance with the car of same type, on the sane road, by yourself, then conclude that your car is not performing,

it happens with the age of the car too, with long run, ur car cluthes will b damaged, ur carborator, with low tire pressue, with low quality radiator oil, ur car engine may rise the temperature, thus reducing this power output.


surely their is no problem with your car.

a general check up with a local mechanic will surely fix it sir.

thank u .

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Service engine light is on, and truck has no power going up the slightest grade, and is very sputtery. When going up a hill, the air conditiner stops blowing cool air, it's more like engine air, kind of...


When your vehicle has low power output it can mean several different things are occurring. You should know while your car has low performance it could be damaging components while you drive. Example: The emergency brake is on and you did not notice, this condition will burn up the rear brake pads or shoes and cause premature emergency brake failure. Or, the fuel filter is clogged causing thefuel pump to labor which can cause premature fuel pump failure. There are basically two kinds of low power conditions either the engine is running rough causing low power or the engine is running smoothly but still has low power. If the engine is running smoothly but has low power you are in the right place.
Step 1 - Scan for Trouble Codes - Check to see if the "service engine soon" light is on, if not continue to the next step. If the "check engine" (same thing as a service engine soon light, different manufacturers call it different things) light is illuminated you need to have the computer scanned for trouble codes. Use a simple scanner tool to retrieve trouble codes and check if they relate to the specific problem, like a fuel pump circuit failure code. If a trouble code is present but does not pertain to the immediate problem like an EVAP code ignore it until a later time, after the engine is running properly. The reason we repair non-related codes after the engine is running properly is because sometime false codes can be triggered by a poorly running engine. Once the engine is running properly the code present might cycle and turn itself off. You might say "if the engine isn't running right shouldn't it have a check engine light and a trouble code?" Sometimes conditions occur that will not be detected by the computer, example: if the intake or exhaust valve operation fails the computer cannot detect the failure because the problem is not sensor related, so the engine has no power and the computer thinks everything is ok with no codes. If the trouble code retrieved relates to a low power like a Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor or ignition coil system failure repair these problems and re-test system. If no trouble codes are present proceed to the next step.
Step 2 - Check the Air Filter - A plugged air filter not allowing the proper amount of air into the engine. If air is not allowed to enter the engine's intake it will limit the engine power output. To check your engine air filter open the hood and remove the air filter from its housing and inspect, replace as needed and recheck.
  • Step 3 - Check the Fuel Filter - Several conditions can cause low power, one of the most common reasons is a clogged fuel filter not allowing the proper amount of fuel pressure and volume into the fuel injection system. To check for this condition remove the fuel filter and drain excess fuel from the filter, next wipe any excess fuel from the filter. By blowing through the filter you can determine if the filter is clogged, you should be able to blow through it very easily. If you cannot blow through it or it is difficult replace the fuel filter with a new unit and recheck system. Some fuel filters utilize a special release tool available at our tool store: Fuel filter release tool, if the fuel filter is ok proceed to the next step.
  • Step 4 - Check Fuel Pump Pressure and Pressure Regulator - Fuel pump is worn providing low fuel pressure to the fuel injection system. A fuel pump that is faltering providing low system fuel pressure/volume will cause low power. Your car's engine depends on constant fuel under pressure to supply the fuel injection system properly. Your car's fuel pump performs this action and is located in or near the gas tank. The injection system meters fuel through the injectors and into the engine. Many engine run drivability problems can be related to a weak or failing fuel pump. Problems can range from hard starting in the morning, low power and stalling while driving. Most vehicles have a fuel pressure test port somewhere on the fuel rail, use a flashlight to locate it on your engine or consult a repair manual. Also test the fuel pressure regulator performance; if the regulator is stuck or leaking the engine will not receive the additional fuel needed for power. If the fuel system pressure is ok proceed to the next step.
  • Step 5 - This step is for adjustable distributor type ignition systems only. If your car has a DIS (distributor-less ignition system) skip this step. Ignition timing is very important in achieving maximum power from your engine. If the timing is adjusted too far advanced or retarded (in front or behind the timing mark) in relationship to the engine crankshaft it will have low power output. To check your engines timing adjustment a timing light is needed. Once the timing light is hooked up to the battery locate the under hood emissions sticker that has the engine timing specification and instructions. If you can't find the under hood sticker or it is illegible consult a car repair manual. If the engine timing is ok proceed to the next step. If the engine timing is way off (20 degrees or more) check the timing belt or timing chain, the crankshaft camshaft correlation might be o

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