Hyster E50XM2:
Code "99"

I have an E50xm2 sn#F108V229384 that is displaying a code 99,this is defined as a manufacturer specific code.I am looking for the meaning of this code and how do you retrieve other codes from the dash.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  • Posted 8 Mar 2012 04:27
  • Discussion started by ray_k
  • Ohio, United States
RAYK@MIDOHIOFORKLIFT.COM
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Too many codes, to many trucks, to many years....
know the feeling... I have learned not to guess, or think I know, I'm usually wrong
  • Posted 12 Mar 2012 12:14
  • Reply by meliftman
  • Alabama, United States
Liftman
Retired
Elberta, Al.
yeah melift your right, dont know what i was thinking, must of been a different code i just didnt remember. All i had to do was look in the status code chart and that would of told me..... doh!

sorry for the wrong info
  • Posted 11 Mar 2012 16:13
  • Reply by Jplayer
  • North Carolina, United States
John Player Jr
_________________
LiftOne, LLC
Charlotte, NC
Email: jplayer@liftone.net
According to the manual, this code means the maintanence alert is activated which will cause the truck to fail to reach full speed or can disable the truck. If you have a hand set, changing the value of function 19 and 20 to a value above 250 will disable the function. If you do not have the hand set, you cannot make the adjustment. You don't need a dealer tech just the hand set and you should be good to go.
  • Posted 11 Mar 2012 13:43
  • Reply by meliftman
  • Alabama, United States
Liftman
Retired
Elberta, Al.
does this truck have the premium dash display? with 5 buttons ?
with key off press and hold the 5 key and it should start flashing through the codes stored in the controller. There will be 2 stages, drive control codes then hydraulic control codes.
The yales did this and i cant see why hysters wouldnt do it the same way.

as for the 99 code?
last time i had one that had this code i wound up replacing the controller, never did find out exactly what that code meant either, even after called the mfg. If you know someone at GE they might be able to tell you
  • Posted 8 Mar 2012 10:29
  • Reply by Jplayer
  • North Carolina, United States
John Player Jr
_________________
LiftOne, LLC
Charlotte, NC
Email: jplayer@liftone.net

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