Toyota 8FGU18:
Error code 67-1

I have code 67-1 (lift switch abnormality) checked the switch (good) but as Im new to these lifts Im at a loss in terms of not knwing what to do next. The manual gets to technical for ME to follow and the distributer just regurgatated back everthing I just said so no help there. Is this common and is there an easy fix? HELP!
  • Posted 8 May 2021 01:58
  • Discussion started by Cary_Emens
  • Alaska, United States
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Its the lift height switch, thats the one on right side of the mast.
Mostly the wire breaks or contacts bad underneath the steeringwheel.
The switch has 3 wires so "normaly open and normaly closed" should be checked.

John
  • Posted 15 May 2021 23:56
  • Reply by John
  • Netherlands
johnengels2@hotmail.com

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