Hyster H3.0FT:
Machine will not accelerate

Hi,I have a problem on a hyster fortens which will not accelerate.The instrument panel is registering the the following fault code 51-7.I have tried change accelerator pedal assembly but there has been no change.Please help.

Gwin
Angola
  • Posted 2 Nov 2010 23:14
  • Discussion started by gwinyayi_p
  • Harare, Zimbabwe
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Hi thanks for the info.What can I do to get the the throttle positions to move.

Gwin
  • Posted 25 Nov 2010 05:26
  • Reply by gwinyayi_p
  • Harare, Zimbabwe
fuel system blockages give this code. check filter head plunger isn,t sucked down.blockage in fuel pipework
  • Posted 5 Nov 2010 03:51
  • Reply by grubbymits
  • scotland, United Kingdom
51 -7 is throttle position sensor signal a and b not at commanded values. can you hook up to a computer to look at values, if not they can be veiwed through the dash. one of these is not moving or moving erracticaly
  • Posted 4 Nov 2010 05:49
  • Reply by bryan
  • Ontario, Canada

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