Caterpillar EP18KT:
No display

I have a EP18KT with broked wiring, come to workshop with a lot of problems, manipuled wiring, display KO, not working. We sent the entire module to engineers, and when mounted back and start machine we have no line contactor ON, and display with error 60, turned OFF and when turned on again, apears no display, only the light, still line contactor OFF and forklift KO.
Any sugestions?
We have wiring diagram but in a very bad resolution and useless to the end.
Maybe a workshop manual or something?
Thanks for your attention, sorry for my bad english.
  • Posted 18 Aug 2015 22:42
  • Discussion started by jordi_s
  • Valencia, Spain
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