Hyster J40ZT:
code 245

I am working on 2 different hysters. One is a j30zt and other is j40zt. Both trucks are at 2 different places and they are doing the same thing they give a code 245 than after a little while 209L or 209R and truck shuts down.
  • Posted 6 Nov 2014 06:37
  • Discussion started by liftdude
  • Arizona, United States
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Hi
I have same problem here.. CODE 209L, 209R, 245 intermittent and I noticed that 2 terminals for the left motor power began to melt on the controler

somebody have a wiring diagram or service manual for hyster J40ZT serie J160 please? jroy500 at hotmail dot com
  • Posted 1 Oct 2019 08:53
  • Modified 4 Oct 2019 17:51 by poster
  • Reply by Mike2000
  • Quebec, Canada
Hi AMH,

I'm working on a J30ZT and I'm getting code 241 and 239. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Jimmy
  • Posted 29 Mar 2017 23:40
  • Reply by FORKLIFTDOC
  • South Carolina, United States
KEEP THE USA STRONG
got a serial number of the truck handy?
  • Posted 23 Nov 2014 01:54
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
You've been swooped!
swoop223@gmail.com
I am working on the same code, so I am jumping in with a few pennies.

Testing the termination resistors can be done in several different ways. I would recommend using all as a way to ensure you are not lead astray by a bad test result.

(1) Disconnect plugs at the the display and the controller. Check the termination resistor on the CAN pins for both components. You should read 60 ohms on each device. If not, you have a problem with that device.
(2) Check the resistance on your CAN wiring in the harness. Should read no resistance. Also, verify that you have no continuity between your CAN wiring to B+, B- or frame while disconnected.
(3) With the wires connected, you should read 120 ohms when back-probing the CAN wiring.

My test results were similar. However, a poor connection at the traction controller was causing my resistance to come in around 150 ohms. I could put tension on the plug and the problem could be duplicated, as well as cleared and my resistance would fall into range.

There is a remote possibility that the controller has a solder joint loose where the plug mates.

Hope this was helpful.
  • Posted 20 Nov 2014 14:21
  • Reply by AMH_Tech
  • South Carolina, United States
went threw and peformed checks. Only one that was different was we had 120 ohms on the resistance between canh and canl. does this mean bad controller???
  • Posted 7 Nov 2014 08:40
  • Reply by liftdude
  • Arizona, United States
209L and R is for brake coil open on left and right side

245 is Master dosent see CAN message from display.........check CAN wiring and resistor
  • Posted 6 Nov 2014 08:21
  • Reply by kevin_t
  • Pennsylvania, United States

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