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Allis ACC-120L-2PS transmission issues
Good afternoon gentlemen. I have an AC lift

Allis Chalmers 12,000# propane

Model ACC-120L-2PS
Serial AFE104346

WG DIV IDENT 10-11-019
Serial number 13430
AC IDENT 4856 442
Mfd by Warner Gear Div Muncie Indiana

The transmission won't engage in either forward or reverse, but it will start moving a bit if you rev it really high. Anyone have any idea what the problem is, where I can get the parts, and where I can find a manual? Thanks! Dave
  • Posted 11 Dec 2010 04:51 AM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.
Check your inching adjustment make sure it is fully disengaged when you release the pedal, then take pressure readings. what does the fluid look like?
  • Posted 11 Dec 2010 10:44 AM
Well, the trans pressure was fine at between 80 and 120, so I was all set and beginning to take the trans out to replace the torque converter, when it was noticed the e brake cable was stuck solidly. We had previously jacked it up and spun the drive wheels, so I thought it wasn't that. When we released the cable the forklift moved fine once again...
  • Posted 18 Dec 2010 01:54 AM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.

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