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Manitou ME316/Samuk HJ16 Danaher controller
  • Leon_W
  • Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom
I have a manitou ME316 with fault code 108 - ACS under voltage, in the trouble shooting chart it says fault detected by canion, i believe this must meen the can bus circuit detected the fault. The fault is very strange because the error code only appears when you release the hand brake. I have changed the OPT10 and the VMC with a different truck and they are both ok. Battery voltage apperas to be ok on all heavy wiring and all control wiring.
  • Posted 30 Aug 2011 05:59 PM
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Hi Leon.
Strange fault indeed!
What is the serial nr? and year?
Did you noticed any difference between the traction motors?
Checked voltage leakage from battery to truck chassis?
Factory order modifications in some models.
Please let me known,best regards.


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  • Posted 1 Sep 2011 01:55 AM
I was looking fault codes on manitou.
Could you send it to me?

We have LOC (Manitou) ST18
our LOC diller, say now LOC service Manitou

I Will try to help you any question if you will need.
  • Posted 4 Sep 2012 10:42 PM
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