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Code 845 after lift cylinder seal change.
  • JMyers
  • Indiana, United States
Changed Left Lift cylinder [url removed] lowering mast onto supporting block. started truck back up and codes out. tried manually tripping hydraulic [url removed] run pump but wont allow lift to raise.
  • Posted 21 Dec 2017 06:02 AM
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  • Ifixit
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Once you mis-stage the mast, you have to go into service mode.. calibrate....C5 [url removed] minimum. Then raise forks off of blocks and chains. Turn off and re-key. Lower forks. Then go back in and erase codes. Don't forget to bleed out the air in the cylinders.
  • Posted 27 Dec 2017 01:48 PM
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