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robscat

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Anyone have the error codes handy? I have a Bosch unit and need to interpret what the codes are. Thanks! Rob
 

robscat

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I have the code book right here , you should have listed what codes you are getting
Thanks! From what I remembered is an ACL- number with an image of an arrow pointing to the crankshaft. Also, I need to fing out what the very far right gauge is for. It is reading low, I've checked all fluids and can't figure it out. I also found a bad positive battery cable, the connection on the starter slips out of it's connector. I run it later today and get the codes. Thanks! Rob
 

Fishfiles

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Thanks! From what I remembered is an ACL- number with an image of an arrow pointing to the crankshaft. Also, I need to fing out what the very far right gauge is for. It is reading low, I've checked all fluids and can't figure it out. I also found a bad positive battery cable, the connection on the starter slips out of it's connector. I run it later today and get the codes. Thanks! Rob
You got to do better than from I can remember , what about instead of ACL it could be ECL , engine coolant level , sendor in the middle of the radiator end tank , first check the level in the radiator by removing the cap , if full and ECL still going off jump the two wires going to the sensor together and if the ECL code goes away the sensor is bad , lunch over got to go
 

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You got to do better than from I can remember , what about instead of ACL it could be ECL , engine coolant level , sendor in the middle of the radiator end tank , first check the level in the radiator by removing the cap , if full and ECL still going off jump the two wires going to the sensor together and if the ECL code goes away the sensor is bad , lunch over got to go
Thanks! It was an ECL code. Could it be possible too much coolant? I'll check the sensor, I realized after cleaning the cat I can still make out the code list next to the Bosch unit. Thanks again for your help.
 

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Thanks! It was an ECL code. Could it be possible too much coolant? I'll check the sensor, I realized after cleaning the cat I can still make out the code list next to the Bosch unit. Thanks again for your help.
ECL is engine coolant level , and no too much coolant will not make it go off , I guess you figured by now that ECL has a varity of numbers which could follow it , going from waring to shut down , as stated the sender is in the middle of the radiator header and has two wires going to it , if the radiator is full then jump the two wires together and the code should go away , the most probally cause of ECL I have always found is the fan belt on the blower fan is off, the belt stretched out or the spring loaded idler pulley is sticking and not putting proper tension on the belt , bad motor mounts will play havic on the blower belt , very seldom do I find coolant leaks on Bobcats , usually it boils the water into the overflow tank and then overflows the bottle , when it cools down it sucks it back in to the radiator and makes the overflow tank level drop back down , that is way it is always good to check the radiator by removing the cap and not relying on the level of the overflow bottle , good luck
 
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