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Accelerator sensor error
When I'm trying to move machine fwd (towards forks direction) it'll beep and show "accelerator sensor error " I've calibrated it many times but still the same issue.
Probably something I'm doing but I'm a newbie and I make newbie mistakes at times.
  • Posted 31 Jul 2018 10:50 AM
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  • swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
If it won't hold it's calibration it may just be a bad accelerator sensor.
Probably need to check the voltage on it and make sure its not going out of range causing the error to trigger.

You've been swooped!
  • Posted 31 Jul 2018 12:04 PM
Go into calibration menu, attempt to calibrate traction pot but this time watch the scaled readings for any wrong fluctuations , you can also watch for fluctuations on analizer.
  • Posted 5 Aug 2018 01:25 PM
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