Yale GLP050RGEUAE090:
No start propane

Rebuilt unit with new larger solenoid, it's all put together correctly with new diaphragms and valves. It looks to have a switch to the inlet line of the propane, are there any testing parameters for it? It's just not getting any fuel through it? Any help
Is appreciated
  • Posted 18 Apr 2024 06:13
  • Discussion started by Harley_Gwyn
  • Texas, United States
Harley
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Yes sir you are correct it's called a revolution switch I do need to replace it but that definitely verifies it's the broken part.. no help from my local Yale dealer other than we can fill out a ticket and charge you $190 an hour to test the switch lol. No thanks clowns
  • Posted 30 Apr 2024 07:40
  • Reply by Harley_Gwyn
  • Texas, United States
Harley
Glade you figured it out but l will tell you the reason that there is a box on this truck this older truck uses a Asian lpg system that is called a positive displacement lpg converter meaning that if 12volts is sent to the lpg fuel lock gas will be sent to the carb with no motor running if key was on so the way that the factory stopped this was to control the ground side of the fuel lock it would only allow gas to flow when the truck was cranking or running what you did was for test purposes only and should never be left to run like that. What could happen is with out the box it is very possible there could be a fire in the engine compartment.
  • Posted 27 Apr 2024 08:53
  • Reply by Scott_
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Scott
I grounded the red wire on the back side of the switch connector (the side farthest away from the switch) it fired right up.. I hope my problem helps someone else. Both solenoids were showing 12v to both pins.. still curious what you think and thank you so much for the help!!
  • Posted 25 Apr 2024 04:28
  • Reply by Harley_Gwyn
  • Texas, United States
Harley
Harley,

The module should have a tag with the number, 8507163. Jump the white and blue wire together. You and unplug the module, jump the pins together that relate to those two wires. You can run the lift for a short time, but you will need to replace the module. Good Luck.
  • Posted 23 Apr 2024 21:33
  • Reply by Fishmech
  • Virginia, United States
The hard to do we do right away. The impossible just takes a little longer.
It does have that switch it's mounted under the air cleaner towards the rear of the side opening door close to the regulator/vaporizer it has four wires black white blue and yellow. And a pin to each one not sure how the numbers correspond to those pins but I'll jump them and see what happens.
  • Posted 23 Apr 2024 05:20
  • Reply by Harley_Gwyn
  • Texas, United States
Harley
Harley,

Depending on the year, these lifts came with a revolutionary switch. When the engine would crank at a certain speed, the switch would open the LP solenoid to allow fuel in the system. The switch is mounted by the coil. Could be under the battery. It is all electronic, no actual switches or relays. To test, unplug the connector and jump pins 1 to 2 and pins 3 t 5. If lifts starts and run, will need new switch. Good Luck.
  • Posted 22 Apr 2024 23:22
  • 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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