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toyato pallet jack electric
  • mikeb
  • California, United States
I have 7hbw23 toyota pallet jack with error codes c14 and e115 e112 trying to find code list or repair manual any where any help out there

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  • Posted 24 Dec 2014 09:10 AM
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Arm angle codes. Check or replace both switches at base of handle. And always check battery under load, and each battery one by one.
  • Posted 29 Dec 2014 01:52 PM
  • • Modified 29 Dec 2014 01:53 PM by poster
  • mikeb
  • California, United States
i replaced both angle switches and works fine but once in awhile the e112 comes [url removed] checked all the wiring for chaffing could not find anything. [note] got the switches from mcmaster carr same type

work smarter not harder
  • Posted 28 Jan 2015 03:18 AM
Hard to say if those aftermarket switches are bad. Make sure the bracket holding them is not bent, and Arm bushings are not shot, because switches will be out of sequence.
  • Posted 28 Jan 2015 01:17 PM
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