Hyster E60XM-33:
Code 57

E60XM-33


I have code 57 "controller motor sensor input too low during running"

The book said to replace traction controller which I did. I hook the lap top up to it and reset to factory defaults and I still have the code 57. I have all hydraulics and I hook the motor cables to another motor and still get code 57.

I'm guessing loose or broken wire.

Any ideas thanks
  • Posted 25 Oct 2017 02:36
  • Modified 26 Oct 2017 01:47 by poster
  • Discussion started by nitetime
  • Michigan, United States

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