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Bobcat 753 biping and error codes
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Following these guidelines will help make this the best resource for heavy equipment on the net. Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. I have a with around hours on it. I recently bought it off of an friend of mine that I grew up working with when I was in high school and college.
I learned pretty much everything on this machine and was happy to get the oppertunity to buy it for my property. He used it primarily for the aux hydraulics - drilling fence posts for his fence business. Honestly i i think i saw this machine with a bucket on it times.
Here are my issues - I was changing the fluids and noticed the two wires that go to the charge switch were unplugged - i think i got the right name its the sensor to the right of the hydraulic spin on filter in the back of the unit. When i plug the wires onto the sensor i get an error message that beeps and eventually shuts the machine down.
Unplugged the machine runs fine like nothing is wrong.
Tried pulling the sensor off and cleaning the small 10 micron filter behind it and reinstalling - same issue is present. I am not sure if this issue is related but i cannot start the machine without first keying on the ignition, hitting the aux buttons so both lights go green then firing it over.
If i do not hit the aux buttons the machine will start then die right away. Philip BerardiNov 15, How should these be wired from the factory? Philip BerardiNov 17, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?Menu Freight Relocators.
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I was looking at a Bobcat tractor with front loader. Turns out its made in Korea by Daedong, who does business here as Kioti. Might as well save cash and get the Kioti. Not that I'm going to, but still. JD and New Holland aren't any better with their compacts. Johndeere Strong opinions are not facts MJ!! Johndeere said:. I literally just said in my post what's wrong with them.Service Codes List.
Air filter not connected. Seat bar sensor short to battery. Air filter plugged. Seat bar sensor short to ground. Hydraulic charge filter not connected. Front auxiliary PWM switch out of range high. Hydraulic charge filter plugged. Front auxiliary PWM switch out of range low. Front auxiliary PWM switch not in neutral. Battery voltage low.
Battery voltage high. Fuel shut-off hold solenoid short to battery. Battery voltage extremely high. Fuel shot-off hold solenoid short to ground. Battery voltage extremely low. Fuel shut-off solenoid open circuit.
Battery voltage out of range low. Fuel shut-off pull solenoid error ON. Engine oil pressure low. Fuel shut-off pull solenoid error OFF. Engine oil pressure extremely low. Engine oil pressure shutdown level. Traction lock pull solenoid error ON. Engine oil pressure out of range high. Traction lock pull solenoid error OFF. Engine oil pressure out of range low.
Traction lock hold solenoid short to battery. Hydraulic charge pressure low. Traction lock hold solenoid short to ground. Hydraulic charge pressure extremely low.Dismiss Notice Bobcat Headlights giving me problems!!!!
Discussion in ' Heavy Equipment ' started by Philbilly2Feb 7, Log in or Sign up. The U. Chamber of Commerce offered guidance on the loan. Click here to learn more. Bobcat Headlights giving me problems!!!! Messages: 12, OK, need help on this one.
Machine: Bobcat G Hours: around hrs Here is my deal: My headlights will only turn on and off if they feel that it is a good time for them. You can press the button times, and only on the st time will the lights turn on. The next time, on the 6th time, they will come on. Next time, pushes. Here is what I have tried: Checked the Fuses Checked the Relays Swapped the overhead panel out with a known working panel out of another machine But I can tell you this.
The other night, we were moving snow and I had to have the lights, so here is what I did. This caused the other light to turn on and the rear lights to turn on. I pluged the light that I had pulled back in and we worked the rest of the night. When it came time to load up, I didn't want the headlights on on the trailer, so I tired to push the button to shut the lights off and they wouldn't even shut off.
I have enough knowledge to reverse the power from the battery and back feed the lights to get them on in a pinch. I understand electric. I need a little help figuring out where to even start looking in the loom to find what wire is bad.
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Bobcat Skid Steer Loader Error Codes
Messages: 5, We are having a problem with the bobcat s that we have. ACS error. We noticed it was a bit damp under the cab so we took the cab back and left it inside all weekend with a fan on it in a heated shop. Worked fine today for about an hour then beep beep acs error. Codes come up and I have seen Bobcat dealer will be the next person we call but would just like to know if anyone has had this and can tell me what to expect.
Approx hours on the machine. BTW later I will have the pictures posted. Both bobcat dealers I have talked to say replace the actuator.
Thats great but how do I stop this. It has to be something I know im easier on my machine then they are. I took apart the old actuator and found that after testing the motor is dead. The company that makes the motor wont just sell I hate unpredictable problems.
Messages: 6. It is having the same problem as you described. We are just trying to figure it out now and I figured I would try to search the net for it. Have you found any solution? Messages: Same here, first one at about hrs and second one at hrs. I have the 2 old actuators still so if you find a way to fix them let me know. A ManFeb 19, Not sure if this will help but I have a gehl CTL 80 and sometimes the safety lockout sticks when this happens I got nothing at all.Discussion in ' Skid Steers ' started by yoramdavidJan 2, Log in or Sign up.
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Following these guidelines will help make this the best resource for heavy equipment on the net. Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. Bobcat biping and error codes Discussion in ' Skid Steers ' started by yoramdavidJan 2, Joined: Jan 2, Messages: 3 Location: Portugal. Hello all, My name is Yoram from Portugal. We have recently purchased a bobcat which has been sitting for a long time, and we have a lot of beeping quite annoying and error codes AF 2 and AF 6 are displayed on the hour section.
I know the AF is air filter and code 2 is "warning" and 6 is "Sensor no signal". But why is it we are getting these errors and what can we do to fix it? Other than that, it starts well, works well. Any help is appreciated. Thank you and regards.
And happy new year! I have another question about the same bobcat, we were told the oil tank for the steering was independent from the one of the hydraulic, but we cannot see any. Is that so?
Where do we open to drain the old oil for replacement? Sorry to ask such dumb questions, it is our first machine of the kind. Thank you. Joined: May 16, Messages: Location: wisconsin. Probably needs a air filter sensor or the wiring is damaged.
As for the hydraulics.