Hyster H50XM:
Checking and erasing codes

H177B16589X. Anyone know the procedure for code checking with the onboard diagnostics? I Have a manual but it only describes the method with the scan tool. I have not seen this unit yet so I don't know which engine it is. I serviced it over a year ago and if I recall it is a Japanese engine. Mazda?
  • Posted 19 Mar 2017 02:51
  • Discussion started by chuck_c
  • British Columbia, Canada

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