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Intermittent Coolant Sensor Fault on SkyTrak® Telehandlers

JLG Industries, Inc.
World-leading access equipment manufacturer
McConnellsburg, PA

Parts & Service

Intermittent Coolant Sensor Fault on SkyTrak® Telehandlers

Tech Tips - Jan 18

Certain SkyTrak branded telehandlers may experience an intermittent "Coolant Level" fault due to over torque of the coolant level sensor during installation. This fault is intermittent, but known failures have been experienced in the first 30 hours of operation.  

Models affected: SkyTrak® telehandlers 6036, 6042, 8042, 10042 and 10054 (Equipped with Tier 4F Engines)

When a SkyTrak branded telehandler equipped with a Tier 4F engine displays a "Coolant Level" fault code in error, replace the coolant de-aeration tanks and sensor assembly, P/N 1001182255. 

This is an "After Failure" information bulletin, and standard warranty procedures will apply. 

This part can only be ordered by a local servicing entity of JLG products. This servicing entity must have a JLG account and be capable of purchasing parts and filing warranty claims. When ordering the service kit, the servicing entity will be charged (debited) for the cost of each service part assembly.