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One of the most important and tedious tasks when it comes to forklift parts is troubleshooting. In this article, we are going to have a look at how to troubleshoot, remove and install the starter from your Toyota lift trucks.
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If you have a test bench, then you can simply follow the instructions given in the tester’s manual to perform starter testing. This test will help you find out about the starter’s operating condition, so you do not have to replace it unnecessarily. If the results of this test show that your Toyota forklift starter’s performance is as efficient as required, you should look into other areas of the lift truck starting system to see what has affected the starting circuit’s functioning. You can refer to Toyota’s service manual for the ways to examine and rectify starting circuit issues, if any.
But if the test bench results are otherwise, you will have to replace the Toyota forklift starter. If the bench test reveals a defect in the starter solenoid, then you can just replace the solenoid alone. Whether you need a starter solenoid or an OEM or remanufactured starter to replace the defective one in your Toyota forklift, Solid Lift Parts is the right place to access.
Here are some more tips you would find helpful:
o Check if the lift truck battery has full charge and if its terminals and cables are tight.
o Enormous viscosity of engine oil, specifically during cold weather, will make it difficult for the engine to spin. This impediment will be transferred to the starter when it is engaged, bringing down its performance efficiency.
o Alterations in the engine will have an impact on its operating features, which will in turn affect the starter. In such cases, you will have to replace the starter with a one that will perform best with the engine’s new changes.
o Check the flex plate or flywheel for damage or wear. This can be performed with an inspection plate or using the mounting port of the starter.
o Check if the starter is installed correctly. Even an incorrectly installed starter can cause this issue.
o This may be because of insufficient voltage received by the starter solenoid. Inspect the starting circuit for loose, corroded, dirty or damaged connections.
o If this continues even after the solenoid receives necessary voltage, it can be because of scorched contacts. Examine the solenoid by following Toyota’s instructions from its forklift service manual.
o Also inspect the lift truck’s battery voltage, and replace or recharge it if required.
o This can be because of a damaged flex plate or flywheel; so, examine it thoroughly for roundness balance, dents, cracks, etc.
o Check if the battery is charged fully and all the connections, both terminals and cables, are tight and in proper working condition.
o Wear in the starter and a defective starter solenoid can also be causes for the clattering noise. Inspect both these components by following the instructions in Toyota’s service manual.
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