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Terex TA40 symbol on dashboard

Discussion in 'Off Road Haul Trucks' started by Brian Bobb, Nov 13, 2022.

  1. Brian Bobb

    Brian Bobb Well-Known Member

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    Anyone knows what this symbol is and how to diagnose it? It is always on the dashboard.
     

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    Possibly. It’s also possible that you could have a wiring harness fault.
     
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    It was the harness. Do you know where I can get the service/repair manual for this machine?
     
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    Glad you found the problem and sorry I have no idea where you could get a manual.
     
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    That symbol came on today. What does that one mean?
     

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    Thanks to you for letting me know what the symbol was I was able to. Oh alright. I will keep on searching for it.
     
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    If you use this link it takes you to all the symbols and you can figure it out for yourself. You need to scroll down and click the "Show All" button to get the full list. The one for the hydraulic oil level was a fair way down the list IIRC.
    The 2nd one appears to be some sort of restricted flow. the rectangular "tank" symbol indicates that it is something to do with the hydraulic system.

    https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:pub:PUB400001:en

    Try this link for a manual - https://www.manualslib.com/products/Terex-Ta30-11279093.html
     
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    I did scrolled all the way down but it doesn't have that symbol. Yes, there was a restriction because it was not moving. It started to move when we left it for a while. Thanks. I will check the manual link out.
     
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    I looked at the ISO 7000 list as well (more than once) and couldn't find it which is strange because I was under the impression all manufacturers were obliged to use those symbols and nothing else.