Toyota 8FBCU25:
Dash lights

Looking for information in the dash light.

I cannot find anything anywhere as to what this means. Just flashing non stop with a alarm. Everything on the truck operates normally.

It's a diamond dish shape with some triangles around it. I'd love to upload it but I can't on forklift action.
  • Posted 8 May 2024 08:40
  • Discussion started by Patrick_Reakes
  • British Columbia, Canada
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Yeah....battery good, lifts lowers, drives, stops, does everyone it should. Absolutely no noticeable issues with the unit other then the alarm and the flashing light. I've posted the photo on the forklift mechanics page on Facebook and so far no answers...it's a odd ball for sure.
  • Posted 11 May 2024 05:02
  • Reply by Patrick_Reakes
  • British Columbia, Canada
Any battery truck, start by verifying enough voltage, could be E brake not showing engaged, does it lift?
  • Posted 11 May 2024 04:51
  • Reply by Matthew_Reed
  • New York, United States

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