Clark C25CL:
3 Pin Delphi Connector/Can Hi/Low

There is a 3 pin connector on the main harness that suggests that its the CAN connector for the service port. Anyone know if this is true, and if so what is each wire. I need to connect into Can High/ Can Low. Any suggestions or how the service technician connects to the unit.
  • Posted 1 Sep 2021 05:53
  • Discussion started by PSchaub
  • Illinois, United States

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