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Discussion:  AUSA PARTS REQUIRED
Number of messages: 4

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beaumont_v
Western Cape, South Africa
Hi.

I require an electrical control unit (box) for my CH150 rough terrain forklift. Ausa quoted me 2 000 Euro for this. This is very ridiculous. Anybody who can help me find a supplier or alternative for this unit. Maybe even secondhand.

Thanx

Posted 17 Feb 2012 06:01 PM Reply  Report this message
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TheBirdman
Oklahoma, United States

Dude, that's not fun!

Posted 10 Mar 2012 04:26 AM Reply  Report this message
steve1234
sussex, United Kingdom
Hi Did you have any luck sourcing or finding someone to repair the box as i need one the same. Thanks

Steve

Posted 18 Mar 2012 03:00 PM Reply  Report this message
beaumont_v
Western Cape, South Africa
Hi steve.

Let me tell you what happened so far. The machine was driving along and suddenly stopped. Engine was running but the hydro drive and all my hydraulics were disabled.  Because I had this same problem on my other machine I at first thought it was my seat relay that melted. After checking it wasn't.

My autoelectrician found a loose connection in the seat relay and ihe fixed it.  The drive was still not working but the mast hydralics was fulle operational. We then followed the signal for the drive from the joystick switch all the way and found  that there was no signal coming out of my box feeding my drive. After getting a quote and posting here I had to make a plan.

We decided to bypass the box and connect directly onto the forward and reverse solenoids. After doing this the machine was tested. As can be expected when it is engaged it jumps into action. To protect the solenoid and and for smoother driving we custom built a potentiometer mounted on the accelarotor pedal. This then gradually regulates the voltage from 0 to 12 volts to the solenoids as the accelarotor pedal is  engaged as per normal.

It work so far so good. I wld like to take out most of the over senesitive electronics on this machine as it makes for a lot of downtime.

What's year situation ?



Posted 18 Mar 2012 04:29 PM Reply  Report this message

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