Yale GLP050TGNUAE084:
Backfires now wont start

Any one have any suggestions what to check on a yale forklift GLP0(not sure if its a T,2 or Z )GNGAE084 it started to back fire. Now it wont start!
  • Posted 5 Mar 2015 08:37
  • Discussion started by Gator
  • Texas, United States
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I know this is an old post but check the diaphragm in your model 60 mixer it probably ruptured from the backfire
  • Posted 1 Sep 2016 04:21
  • Reply by jonnick80
  • Alabama, United States
You also need to check the timing belt. Could have jumped time or broken the belt.
  • Posted 6 Mar 2015 06:38
  • Reply by BREWSKI
  • Nebraska, United States
Hi Gator,

When a truck starts backfiring and becomes hard to start in my experience it usually comes down to a weak fuel mixture. What op fuel system is on this truck. Check the fuel lock off filter for being blocked with heavy ends and clean vaporiser.

Regards Nero
  • Posted 5 Mar 2015 20:27
  • Reply by NER045
  • North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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