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DISCUSSION FORUMS : Forkliftaction.communicate
Forum: Mechanical Troubleshooting
Brand: Tailift - Model: FG25
Number of messages: 7

Saskatchewan, Canada
Ive been working on a tailift with a nissan engine. it runs fine, but when you use any working hydraulics it kills the engine. ive done an electrical tune up ie. plugs, cap rotor etc. and also bumped up the idle speed but it will stall when using hydraulics

Posted 14 Oct 2005 05:39 AM Reply  Report this message
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New Hampshire, United States

We have experienced the same problem on a Toyota. We corrected it by installing an "idle up" device which is standard equipment on some TCM's with Nisaan engines. When the engine is "taxed" when using hydraulics or steering, it automatically increses the engine rpm's.


Posted 14 Oct 2005 10:12 PM Reply  Report this message
Saskatchewan, Canada
i'll check it out, thanks

Posted 15 Oct 2005 04:18 AM Reply  Report this message
Leiria, Portugal
I had the same problems same time behind, and is was solved simply through the adjustment of LPG Regulator.

Posted 7 Jan 2006 01:10 AM Reply  Report this message
Colorado, United States

On most nissan motors running gas or LP they have a dash pot that is a vacuum actuated solinoid, that is located on the side of the carb or mixer right above the throttle shaft. When the motor is under a load the vacuum drops and the dash pot will extend and  should increase the idle rpm to 1300-1800.  If the Tia lift does not have one you should make sure idle is at about 7-750, If it is pnuematic make sure the tire pressure is at max pressure for steering.  Make sure the Timing and fuel mixture are set right for your altitude.  If it is Electronic fuel injected you will need to go in with a scanner and check the paramaters for the fuel system


Posted 13 Nov 2008 04:40 AM Reply  Report this message
Alabama, United States

wouldn't hurt to check the hydraulic pressure, I have seen these problems occur when the hydraulic pressure is greater than it should be.

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Mobile, Al.

Posted 18 Oct 2013 07:03 AM Reply  Report this message
South Carolina, United States

1st do what 'meliftman' suggests, then check/replace the return line filter and make sure the oil is the proper oil.
when you say, "use any working hydraulics" do you mean work the hydraulics at all (lifting an empty pallet 2 feet), or until they stall/load up the motor?
check the timing?

"it's not rocket surgery"

Posted 18 Oct 2013 10:11 AM Reply  Report this message

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