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genie z60/34

Discussion in 'Other Construction/Demolition Equipment' started by Doug Woolson, Jan 6, 2021.

  1. Doug Woolson

    Doug Woolson New Member

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    involuntary steering,when stepping on the safety pedal machine wants to intermiddently turn the wheels to left or ccw,it is getting a voltage signal at the steering solenoids,of varying volts,we replaced the joystick and problem persists seems to be difective alc500 circuit board,i can pull the two blue wires from duetz connecter at platform (36&37)wire at box on ground panel when machine acts up can see voltage at terminal on circuit board respective conn. for steering wires 36&37.wondering if any one else has run into this problem i,m running out of ideas what to check.thanks
     
  2. OFF

    OFF Senior Member

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    if it's an older Z60, I'd be looking at the wiring running from the basket to the boom, looking for a bad section and broken wires