Hyster H230HD:
Fault code

I have a 2006 H230HD Hyster with a Cummins engine and the Vin # for the forklift is G007E02991D with a fault code E4016 any information on this code as to what it is, I have no manual. Thanks
  • Posted 30 May 2019 23:16
  • Discussion started by sicswagga
  • Texas, United States

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