Crown SC5200:
no lift,or tilt....will side shift if lift lever is pulled back same time

I'm working on a sc5200. I have no raise,or tilt. Sideshift only works if you hold the lift lever back at the same time. I have tested all the fuses and power wires and switches. Everything checks out, except it doesn't operate.If you have any suggestions I'd appreciate it.
  • Posted 10 Aug 2019 09:27
  • Discussion started by mudpup
  • Michigan, United States
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Check the grey multi plug just under the hydraulic valve block, it's kind tucked under the step and the rear of the right tilt cylinder, I've had loads of issues with corrosion in that plug.
Hey I'm having the same problem with no lift. I have tilt and so I should function I just changed the motor because the eccr went bad. And my calibration passed but it's almost like I don't get the 12-volt back to the motor to get it running for the lift function. Any thoughts would be appreciated I've already controlled it a crown technician and he's baffled to.
  • Posted 12 May 2021 00:59
  • Reply by Themurph
  • South Carolina, United States
Check resistance of the control lever switches. sometimes they need to be adjusted if they aren't opening/closing at the correct time
  • Posted 12 May 2021 00:32
  • Reply by Triggs
  • California, United States
Did you ever remedy this issue?
  • Posted 11 May 2021 23:37
  • Reply by Themurph
  • South Carolina, United States

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