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Error Codes
  • Wiggs
  • Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Can anyone help with Error Codes CO25 and E111. Can't find a manual on this Rolatruc,
  • Posted 8 Oct 2013 01:36 AM
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Serial number ?? I assume we're talking about serie 16 with keypad.

Error C25= Output stage error, for example the truck show this error when any hydraulic solenoid is not connected. This error is usually caused by a broken mast loom (for carriage solenoids lose their feeding). So check first the mast loom.

Error E111= brake pedal potentiometersupplies incorrect voltage

What about your mail??.

  • Posted 8 Oct 2013 05:24 AM
  • • Modified 8 Oct 2013 05:25 AM by poster
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