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We have problem with BT RRM14 on Display error code 25 the fork does not work.

Pls let us know what we should do to solve the problem.

Thank you very much.


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  • Posted 11 Jul 2008 08:22 PM
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i take it that the sideshift does not work,error 25 is a wire broken within the sideshift [url removed] replacing the sideshift loom and it should solve the problem,if it does not replace the a5 card because if the wiring has shorted in the loom it can blow a component in the a5 card.
  • Posted 2 Aug 2008 04:08 AM
yes i supported the saying of mr martin k..c25 code came from side shift fuction,but in your mail you did not say if there is a lifting,reach,and tilt fuction,if all hydraulic function are dis abled, you need to replace a5 card

  • Posted 16 Feb 2009 06:59 PM
Post me for quick fixes

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  • Posted 5 Apr 2009 07:27 AM
  • • Modified 4 Oct 2009 08:10 PM by poster
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