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jingle
  • Teresa
  • Arkansas, United States
We have a jingle sound. Its maybe coming from the center area where you apply your brakes and theres a mechanism that moves. Its not in the brakes pad/wheel area. It jingles in forward and reverse. Any ideas? Second question is when lifting sometimes it doesnt lift it stalls then lifts. Is there a hydraulic filter we should be changing on this? Maybe thats the cause of the stall? Its a 35 sctt crown ride on battery power Any ideas would be great.
  • Posted 31 Mar 2016 05:48 AM
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You're going to have remove the steel plate back by your heels and the floor plate to see what's going on. Then maybe you can find what's jingling. You will also be able to see the switches that turn on the lift, tilt, side shifter. The lift switch may have a problem or needs adjustment. The filter wouldn't cause that problem.
  • Posted 31 Mar 2016 09:11 PM
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