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e104 for p20
hi

caAN I HAVE some help for fixing this problem the error is e104 is that when i plug in the battery connector the error is pop-up even the machine on its key-off [url removed] help me to fix this...

thanx!

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  • Posted 25 Jul 2010 07:53 PM
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Hi,

first, check the power traction fuse and ptc resistor in K10 line contactor, this error tells about an error in the brake output.

Is important too to check parameter nº22 if the truck has a microswicht or inductive sensor in tiller arm.

Check the electro-brake, resistence must be 13-15 ohms.

Regards
  • Posted 30 Aug 2010 04:14 AM
SHOULD BE TRACTION FUSE 125A
  • Posted 26 Mar 2011 11:21 AM
Hello!
I have the same problem E104.
It is a model with the inductive sensor but the parametre No22 is 0.
I try to change it to 1 but I can't cause it is lock.
Does anyone have any idea how to fix this problem?
The power traction fuse and ptc resistor in K10 line contactor are OK and ofcourse the brake too.
Thank you!
  • Posted 5 May 2011 11:23 PM
Hi

You need to change parameter 22 from 0 to 1, to do this you need a BT can key OR Truck com.

Without a BT can key OR Truck com connected you aint gonna be able to change the parameter.

P20 machines from serial number 723984 onwards use the inductive type switch.

Until you change parameter 22 to the correct value of 1 for your inductive type brake switch then the truck is just gonna error out E104.
  • Posted 6 May 2011 12:08 AM
  • • Modified 6 May 2011 12:13 AM by poster
I have a BT can key but the only parameter wich i can not change is the [url removed] is flashing the 0 when i am [url removed] nothing at all.
  • Posted 6 May 2011 01:04 AM
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