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Linde E12 324 series 1990 convert to direction lever
We have this really [url removed] 324A04010312 which uses [url removed] finger contacts in the back of the truck. Fault was no direction contacts energising.

We narrowed it down to possible fault in footpedal. However could not get a replacement for twin pedal. So would like to convert to a direction lever.

Can anyone supply a wiring diagram that would help with this. As it stands we tried using the footpedal direction switch wiring as a direction lever but each time we selected a direction it would lose the voltage.

So we do not know if we have wired it correctly. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. We have seen similar controller assembly used also in the very old still wagner trucks if that helps.


  • Posted 11 Apr 2019 08:13 AM
  • • Modified 11 Apr 2019 08:16 AM by poster
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Hope it helps.
  • Posted 11 Apr 2019 06:16 PM
  • • Modified 11 Apr 2019 06:17 PM by poster
Thanks will look through it now

  • Posted 12 Apr 2019 02:52 AM
Does anyone know what the pot voltage should be when not activated and what it should wipe to?

I think after adding the direction levers cant get contact to energise because pot is out of sync.

  • Posted 13 Apr 2019 05:00 AM
there are temp switches in the drive motors. those are series connected to the direction switch. first bridge those temp sensors.
do you have wiring of this truck?
  • Posted 15 Apr 2019 06:03 AM
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