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Hyster H60FT Issue
I have a H60ft with a Kubota 2.5 diesel that I'm working on, the engine runs good as well as the transmission shifts good, you can drive the lift for 10-30 minutes without any issues then all of the sudden its like you took your foot of the accelerator pedal even though you foot is still all the way down on the pedal, you can then turn the engine off any restart it then the engine will go into gear like normal, about 10-30 minutes later the issue comes back again, any idea's on what the issue could be?

I have already checked the actual & target fuel rail pressure which is good
Throwing codes 3509-4, 633-7, & 679-16

  • Posted 27 Apr 2018 01:48 AM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.
I would concentrate on 3509-4 short circuit in 5volt supply [url removed] that and the other codes could cure themselves.your short circuit might be in the vsm though !!! could be a pure **** to find
  • Posted 27 Apr 2018 02:59 AM
Check the wiring and connector on the fuel rail sensor. Might have a sensor failing.
  • Posted 27 Apr 2018 04:24 AM
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