Crown PC4500-80:
Shows 0% BDI on fully charged battery

Hi guys;
I'm having an issue with a PC4500 80 that shows 0%bdi on a fully charged battery. I have checked the normal stuff that goes wrong with these when that happens, ie FU1 on Access 3 , the small 4A and 15A fuses are good too. The truck automatically codes out when the brake button gets pressed. Active codes are as follows: 537 535 323 and 562. Any help on this would be appreciated.
  • Posted 15 Jul 2021 10:52
  • Discussion started by Grumpy_Mechanic
  • Ontario, Canada
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What is the battery voltage? Check static voltage, and then see what it drops to when you close the brake switch
  • Posted 16 Jul 2021 02:33
  • Reply by Triggs
  • California, United States
Just trying to go home with all 10

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