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Rr 5200. Code 217
  • dan_o
  • New Jersey, United States
Truck drives really slow fwd and rev. Shows code 217. Any ideas? Thanks dan
  • Posted 17 Oct 2014 05:49 AM
Total replies: 4. Showing items 1 - 4 of 4 results.
Haven't got code details on me but check mast height switches if its driving slow in both directions.
  • Posted 19 Oct 2014 08:11 PM
Code 217 is travel alarm open circuit, reconnect alarm or disable in features menu of access 1.
  • Posted 21 Oct 2014 12:48 PM
Slow speed due to fork limit switch is close.
Check the fork limit switch condition.
Check the 15A Fuse in distribution board, replace if blown.
Also check the condition of 8core wire from connector of distribution going to terminal block at the mast frame.

Thanks & Regards
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  • Posted 10 Jan 2015 12:49 AM
I've been encountered this error lot of times before. Check alarm2 wiring condition, replace alarm if your wiring is good or simply disabled it using analyzer menu. (disabling alarm is not advisable because it is trucks safety feature)
  • Posted 18 Jan 2015 02:00 AM
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