Combilift C4000:
Steering issues

Hi I got new Combilift 4500 2023 year diesel and the wheels will not change directions them self when using the joystick.
I carried out all the checks, bleeding and calibration procedure.
Sometimes only front will do or only back and I noticed the if I'm rev the engine and pull the reach lever the truck will start the changing looks like is an hydraulic fault, could be the 6 way valve ?
  • Posted 19 Sep 2023 05:09
  • Discussion started by Lofo
  • United Kingdom
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As this is a 2023 truck there should be no major issues. Initial thoughts could be a sensor moved or possibly a valve issue. In the UK Combilift has a specific technical team that work with all service personnel and will provide technical support. If you still need support, you can complete a quick technical support form at the bottom of the main web site or direct link The form only asks for the minimal info so the team can quickly help you. There is no login required and no charge for this support.
  • Posted 28 Sep 2023 22:10
  • Reply by Richard_Irwin
  • Monaghan, Ireland

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