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traction fault 322 series
  • feebs
  • Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Hi guys,
I am off to help another engineer with an old lansing linde e18p type 322 that has traction failure fwd and rev. I was hoping someone may have some data they could pass on to help me out.
  • Posted 3 Dec 2014 06:30 AM
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I have some docs for this series.

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  • Posted 3 Dec 2014 11:07 PM
  • feebs
  • Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Thanks Karait,
my profile is now updated to include email address, didnt realise i hadnt put the info in thanks. Been to the truck today and found that i have an internal short in the right hand drive motor, but at present have no idea if the short has damaged any other components.
  • Posted 4 Dec 2014 05:59 AM
  • deon_v
  • western cape, South Africa
i realise i am late for this party, but i recently obtained a 3 wheeler linde e18 322 that i am trying to resuscitate. i will really appreciate getting my hands on that paperwork, Karait. i need as much as i can find on the motors and wiring. thank you.
  • Posted 10 Aug 2015 12:33 AM
Add some mail address to your profile, please.

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  • Posted 10 Aug 2015 01:42 AM
  • malc
  • dorset, United Kingdom
hi hope you can help i have a lansing e15 3 wheeler fork lift,very thing works except forward or reverse traction not working any ideas many thanks
  • Posted 11 Aug 2015 04:44 AM
Well, there can be several problems...
Check the travel switch (under the floor plate), the microswitches there, the PC board in the travel switch. If there's no fault, there are a lot of other issues to be checked: thyristors, contactors, U200 board...
Mail me - maybe I will be able to send you some tips.

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  • Posted 13 Aug 2015 08:21 PM
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