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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: snow plows
Did you bleed the air out of the system?
Also your lights will dim when running the pump. I dont know off hand how many amps it draws but
it is enough to dim your lites. that problem is normal..
Only other thing I can think of is the cable running from your battery to your pump a battery cable or a thin wire. It should be a heavy 0 gauge wire or you
wont get enough amps to run the pump to its max
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
off the (joy-stick) in the cab, can you hear the hydraulic motor run when it's set to move to the left???,if so when you changed hoses,did you have all plow angles and heights "centered" when you did this? you may still have a lack of hydralic fluid to that position,does it try to move that way (jittery)?if so, again check for an air pocket in this line and re-bleed the system,overtime it will work itself out of the lines,but you may have it trapped in this hose run
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have a western unimount
88-to early 99 all models 1500 to 3500
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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I think you have a problem with the plow motor grounding out. when you raise or turn plow in either direction you have to run the plow motor which is grounded out. ( as in hooking the ground and positive together directly ) the plow is on a gravity drop when you let it down by the weight itself and does not require the motor for the plow to operate. It's your plow motor or the positive feed to selonoids.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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