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T595 Warning Codes

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by DirtCrawler, Dec 28, 2020.

  1. DirtCrawler

    DirtCrawler Well-Known Member

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    Demo T595 approx 400hrs, abt 3.5 pages of warning codes some are duplicates.
    Anyone here able to decipher what they mean, what their for, and how serious they are.
    Will post codes later if help is possible .

    Thanks
     
  2. Txhayseed

    Txhayseed Well-Known Member

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    Codes are online. Just google bobcat codes. Skidsteer forum. Com has them all posted. Your machine has that many codes ?
     
  3. DirtCrawler

    DirtCrawler Well-Known Member

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    Sorry was a little late when i posted that and didn't post all details that I should of.

    In my prior message I should have mentioned that i have the warning code number along with the brief description of what the error is that the bobcat display gives me.

    Anyway, Yes I had found some codes online but they don't tell me much in regards to what they really mean or they give me the same info as the bobcat display.

    It is not my machine, its a demo, yes I thought the same with the amount of codes it had.
    But I don't know if some are just general codes and nothing to worry about. However other codes look serious and would like to know what these are just in case i want to entertain the idea of buying the machine.
     
  4. Txhayseed

    Txhayseed Well-Known Member

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    What are the codes ? There is no general codes. It has active codes or it does not.
     
  5. DirtCrawler

    DirtCrawler Well-Known Member

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    Page1 Hour
     
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    DirtCrawler Well-Known Member

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    page1 hour code description

    ughh
    how do you insert multiple spacing on the same line between things so it doesn't look mushed together.??
     
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    Whats you serial number ? I can email the book on it .
     
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    Page1 ----------Hour -------------Code
    1. M7497-------------347--------Main Controller-------------Controller Programmed
    2. H4497--------------287--------Auxillary--------------------Controller Programmed
    3. E000100-01--------287--------Engine Oil Pressure--------Too Low
    4. M0216-------------287--------Hydraulic/Hyrdostatic Filter-----Not Connected
    5. E000157-21-------251--------Rail Pressure Control-------Fault
    6. M5810-------------251--------Fuel Tempertaure-----------Too High
    7. E000157-21-------250--------Rail Pressure Control-------Fault
    8. M5810-------------250--------Fuel Tempertaure-----------Too High
     
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    Page2-------------Hour------------Code
    1. E001076-16-------250-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    2. E000157-21-------248-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    3. E001076-16-------248-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    4. E000157-21-------247-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    5. M5810 ------------245-----Fuel Tempertaure --------Too High
    6. E000157-21------245-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    7. E001076-16------236-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
    8. E000157-21------236-----Rail Pressure Control------Fault
     
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    Page3--------Hour------------Code
    1. M5810-------233-----Fuel Tempertaure-------Too High
    2. M5810-------228-----Fuel Tempertaure-------Too High
    3. M5811-------227-----Fuel Tempertaure-------Extremely High
    4. M5810-------227-----Fuel Tempertaure-------Too High
    5. M5811-------223-----Fuel Tempertaure-------Extremely High
    6. H4497-------163-----Auxiliary--------Controller Programmed
    7. H4497-------108-----Auxiliary--------Controller Programmed
    8. H4497-------59------Auxiliary--------Controller Programmed
     
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    Page4-------Hour------Code
    1. D7597-------1-------Drive--------Controller Programmed
    2. H4497-------1------Auxiliary-------Controller Programmed
    3. W3297-------0------Acs (Ahc)--------Controller Programmed
    4. W3223-------0------Acs (Ahc)--------Calibration Required
    5. W3224-------0------Acs (Ahc)--------Calibration Preformed
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    What is your serial number so I look at the right book ?
     
  13. JBrady

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    I think you are looking at the alarm history, not the active alarms. Hold the headlight button for a couple of seconds and the hour meter on the left top dashboard will display the active codes. You can also get to the same info from the right dashboard through owner utilities menu.

    You said it was a demo machine, is there a reason you are messing with it? Call the dealership/owner and ask them about it.
     
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    I agree with jbrady.
     
  15. DirtCrawler

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    Ok so i went and looked at it today.
    Right hand side display panel, you go to the icon shown at the bottom of the panel that looks like a yellow caution sign with a exclamation point on it.
    When there if you look up at the top of the screen it says "Active Warnings"
    Push the button next to the notepad icon and then it says "Warnings History" at the top of the screen. Its here that you get the 4 pages of codes that I posted earlier.

    If i do what Jbrady suggests.. 'hold the headlight button for a couple of seconds...' on the Left hand display
    I get one thing shown and it says 1/8819.
    I'm guessing the "1" is the first code and that code is 8819. I tried pressing a combination of buttons (on the left hand side) to see if it would scroll thru to show more codes but either their isn't any more codes to view or im not able to figure out how to get them shown if there is more.