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Transmission problem / Cat v80e
My forklift won't shift into forward or reverse after it gets warmed up. If I let it set overnight I can shift it the next day for a few minutes before it gets goes into a neutral state.
When it goes into a neutral state you can give it gas in forward or reverse and it just sits. My trans fluid seems to be full according to the dipstick.
When this problem started I could let it sit and after a while continue working for a while. It's continued to get worse until now it doesn't work at all
  • Posted 15 Aug 2015 02:02 AM
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Help please!
  • Posted 16 Aug 2015 10:45 AM
  • Ruben
  • New York, United States
2bad pull the screen on bottom of trans. If it is clogged with clutch material it won't budge unless it sits for a while and the clog relaxes off the screen. Mine had to be cleaned twice. I have been using it for a long time. I am surprised it still hooks up with all that clutch material [url removed] complaints.rubin
  • Posted 24 Oct 2015 01:13 PM
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