This highly detailed digital repair manual covers all repairs, servicing and troubleshooting procedures. All technical details taken directly from the manufacturer can be found in this manual. Linde Forklift Truck 392 Series H20, H25 Service Repair Manual is the same manual used by professional technicians, mechanics and workshops around the world

Linde Forklift Truck 392 Series H20, H25 Service Repair Manual has easy-to-read text sections with top quality diagrams and instructions, will guide you through fundamentals of maintaining and repairing, step-by-step, to teach you what the factory trained technicians already know by heart, Using this repair manual is an inexpensive way to keep your vehicle working properly.



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0 Product information
The vehicle
LHC basic structure
1 Engine
LPG engine
Description of the drive
Technical data for VWBEF ….
Engine block
Ribbed V-belt – removal and fitting
Toothed belt- removal and fitting, tensioning
Cylinder head -removal and fitting
Compression -check
Checking hydraulic bucket tappets
Coolant thermostat- removal and installation
Water pump- removal and installation
Coolant pump -Checking for wear
Coolant -draining and filling
Engine electrics
Three-phase alternator
Electronic ignition system up to 08/2005, overview
Electronic ignition control unit
Electronic ignition system from 09/2005, overview
Shut-down due to lack of gas
LPG system
Safety guidelines for LPG (extract)
Basic rules when working with LPG
Sealing plastic pipe unions
LPG system – functions
Shut-off valve- LPG
Evaporator -functions
Mixer -functions
Basic setting of the butterfly valve until 12/2007
Revolution control (from 12/2007)
LPG system with lambda control
Exhaust gases -composition
Lambda control system
Checking and adjusting the mixer
Installation positions -Overview until 12/2007
Leakage test on LPG system
LPG tank
Level display with single replacement cylinders(special equipment)
Removing and installing the level display and 80 filling stop valve
The following safety measures must be observed
Carrying out assembly operations
Bleeding the LPG tank
The following safety measures must be observed
Procedure for bleeding
Diesel engine
Description of the drive
Technical data BEQ
Particularities of the 1.9-litre engine
Electronic engine control
Coolant temperature sending unit 0B1
Engine speed sensor 0B2
Actual speed sensor 1B1
Fuel temperature sending unit 0B3
Suction pipe temperature sensor 0B4
Needle stroke sensor 0B5
Height sensor
0B3 control gate valve travel sensor
Glow plug system
Pre-heater system
Glow plugs- engine 0R1
Fuel supply
Fuel quantity regulation
Fuel quantity actuator 0B3
Fuel shut-off valve 0Y1
Injection timing device- replacement of O-ring on cover
Start of injection valve 0Y2
Start of injection -governing
Start of injection -dynamic checking and setting
Injection nozzle -Two-spring nozzle holder
Injection nozzles – removal and installation
One-way restrictor
Injection system -overview
Injection system -supply voltage check
Injection pump – removal and refitting, Exchanging the toothed belt
Injection pump – removal and installation
Injection pump – pump and toothed belt adjustment
Engine block
Ribbed V-belt- removal and fitting
Crankshaft oil seal on pulley end -removal and installation
Crankshaft sealing flange -removal and installation
Checking the cylinder head
Cylinder head -removal and fitting
Cylinder head -compression check
Valve gear
Oil pressure and oil pressure switch
– check
Oil sump – removal and installation
Checking hydraulic bucket tappets
Camshaft- removal and installation
Coolant thermostat- removal and installation
Water pump – removal and installation
Coolant pump -Checking for wear
Coolant -draining and filling
Engine electrics
Three-phase alternator
Replacing the engine control unit/ immobilizer
Self-test – introduction
Self-diagnostics -troubleshooting
Standardised measured value blocks
2 Axles
Technical data for traction drive
System overview
Traction drive
Travel drive – introduction
Hydraulic adjustment with electronic activation- old version
Hydraulic adjustment with electronic activation- Version with round solenoids
Auxiliary brake valve until 06/2003
Auxiliary brake valve from 07/2003
Auxiliary brake valve from 1 0/2006
Start of variation of the variable displacement pump
Start of rotation of drive wheels
Removing and installing the HPV variable displacement pump coupling flange
Bypass valve
Output unit
Hydraulic fan drive
Hydraulic diagnostics
Overview and explanations about diagnostics
HPV 55-02 pressures -tests
Checking the hydrostatic traction drive
Wheel motor HMF 360 R-disassembly
Wheel motor HMF 360 R-checking bearing, seals
Wheel motor HMF 360 R – sealing after inspection
Wheel motor HMF 360 R-exchanging bearing
3 Chassis, bodywork and fittings
Axle suspension
Instructions for working with gas springs
4 Undercarriage
Steering system
Steering system – schematic function
Steering axle
Steering axle general (302 and 1 602)
Steering axle removal and installation
Adjusting the steering stop
Repairs to the steering axle
Replacing the steering cylinder seals
Steering axle 302 up to 08/2009
Steering axle design
Steering axle number
Stub axle
Replacement of wheel bearings
Steering axle 1 602 from 09/2009
Steering axle 1602
Devices/tools for manual assembly
Process for manual removal
Removing the steering pivot pin (pressing out using a fixed press)
Removing the axle stub from the axle beam
Assembly process
Assembling the upper axle stub bearing and wiper
Assembly axle stub
Assembly lower axle stub bearing wiper
Assembling (pre-assembling) the steering pivot pin (pressing in using a fixed press)
Assembling the steering pivot pin (pressing in using a fixed press)
Assembling the lower axle stub bearing/flange cover
Assembly steering angle sensor/cover
Removal/assembly of the wheel hub/wheel bearing
Brake system
Brake release valve
Brake cables -adjustment
Checking the brake system
5 Operating devices
Stop screws
Joystick variants
Functional description
6 Electrics/Electronics
Safety information for the electrical system
EMC- Electromagnetic compatibility
Electrostatic charging
Identifying components in electrical circuit diagrams
CAN bus
CAN bus connection assembly X15
Central electrical system
Linde Hydraulic Control (LHC)
LHC cont roller with ECO mode
Arrangement ofthe interface connectors console -truck
Layout of relays and fuses for standard and optional equipment
Display unit up to 06/2010
Display unit until 06/2010
Display unit from 07/2010
Display unit
LHC testing (truck control unit and lift control)
Testing the VW controller and immobiliser (WFS)
Checking wiring harness
Testing sensors
Testing the indicator unit
7 Hydraulic equipment
Operating hydraulics
Functional characteristics of control valve until 10/2005
Functional description of control valve up to 1 0/2005
Pressure relief valve
Operating hydraulics circuit diagram until 1 0/2005
Hose routing of pump- control valve
Hose routing of pilot oil pressure supply
Faultfinding the working hydraulic system
Functional characteristics of Linde control valve from 1 1/2005
Function characteristics
Pressure relief valve
Working hydraulics circuit diagram (Linde control valve)
Depressurisation Auxiliary hydraulics 1 and 2
Hose layout pump -control valve
Hose layout control pressure supply
Gleaning work on the Linde control valve -cast valve
Cleaning instructions
8 Load lift system
Lift mast
Lift mast – identification
Mast – removal and installation (all series)
Installation of mast type 185
A dusting the lift chain (all series)
Setting the roller play
Roller clearance -fork carriage in inner mast
Roller clearance -middle and inner mast channel, type 185
Roller play -outer mast profile, series 185
Removal of slide pads – standard mast
Removal of slide pads – duplex mast
Removal of slide pads -triplex mast
Lift cylinder (outer)
– removal and installation
Lift cylinder (centre) – removal and installation
Lift cylinder -sealing
Tilt cylinder
Setting the tilt angle sensor
Hose reservoir – removal, exchanging hose, sealing, fitting
Line break safety device in the lift mast (butterfly valve)
9 Special equipment, accessories
Working spotlight position
10 Circuit diagrams
Hydraulic circuit diagrams
Traction, working and steering hydraulics

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