Hyster H16XMS-12:
Error Code T5101 T8200 / Hyster H16XMS-12

We have a Hyster forklift that is presenting errors t5101 and t8200, we have searched the service manuals but have not located the code. Could someone please explain what these codes mean or what do you recommend us to do.

Com. No D3856
Type H16XMS-12
Serial no. B236E01688L
Equipment 20' - 40' Hydraulic spreader
Weight 32 120 kg
Country of origin European Union
  • Posted 6 May 2021 02:58
  • Discussion started by Luis_Molina
  • Nicaragua
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Hi Fischmech! Thanks for the information. The problem was there as you described. We check out and solve it. Thanks a lot. God bless you.
  • Posted 10 Aug 2021 05:36
  • Reply by Luis_Molina
  • Nicaragua
Guess your having transmission problems? 5101 is related to the trans temp wire, H3 at the controller. 8200 is for the 1st and 3rd selector, output is shorted to ground. I would check the harness and make sure is not rubbing against the frame anywhere on the truck.
  • Posted 6 May 2021 22:00
  • Reply by Fishmech
  • Virginia, United States
The hard to do we do right away. The impossible just takes a little longer.

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