Hyster H60FT:
Code 524245-4

This code shows to be operator presence system or seat switch , I've changed out the seat switch and checked all of the fuses, but I'm still showing the hydraulic interlock system light on in the display and machine won't move. All I've done was remove the seat and painted machine now this is happening. Any ideas would be appreciated!
  • Posted 24 Nov 2020 07:40
  • Discussion started by bruce864
  • Texas, United States
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pls, check the harness with a digital meter.....having a wiring diagram would be an advantage.....
  • Posted 24 Nov 2020 10:30
  • Reply by northstar
  • accra, Ghana

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