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D35S-7 Unable to Display Faults
How's it going guys. I have a Doosan D35S-7/(DS35S-7) that will cut to 50% power during operation and display CEL. Upon startup the CEL is not engaged, it only engages after operation. I am also unable to read a fault code for it. I have tried turning the ignition to "ON", not "RUN" and cycled brakes then tried accelerator within 5 seconds. I do not see any way to cycle through the diagnostics or display the fault codes so I can actually start troubleshooting this thing. I have the manual, just need a way to display the codes, thanks in advance.
  • Posted 3 Apr 2019 09:51 AM
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There is no way to view the codes without the laptop and G2 Scan software.
  • Posted 15 Aug 2019 10:38 PM
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