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Won't drive with out help.
Looking for help with this old Clark forklift. It stopped going forward and backwards. I have tested the forward and backward switch it seems fine. If I push the contactor in then I can make it go forward backwards any suggestions on what to look for. Would love to get a wiring diagram of this.

Lost in old school lift
  • Posted 14 May 2014 06:14 PM
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  • edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
the flight system website 'fsip dot biz" will have considerable technical info on the controller systems for your truck, but not on the truck itself. you will need to be able to figure out what series of controller you have in that truck.
have you checked the park brake and brake pedal linkage switches?

"it's not rocket surgery"
  • Posted 14 May 2014 08:12 PM
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