Hyster S50XL:
Dying when turning

Just purchased this forklift, it will die when you turn the steering wheel to almost lock position. in either direction. It will choke down the engine and dies instantly. Starts right back up with no ill effects. Does anyone have any ideas what it could be? Its driving me nuts! Thanks!
  • Posted 13 Nov 2021 10:17
  • Discussion started by Txhotrod
  • Texas, United States
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