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My plow don't work: replaced a bad hose. It was working. It might need a battery, and I have one charging.

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I believe I can help you. There are a few things to check.

First, are you running the plow a lot when you're having these problems? If so, you MAY need to install a second battery designated for just using the plow with it's own alternator. Hydraulic pumps use a lot of electricity to run.

Second, there may be a short in your electrical system, try installing a battery disconnect and disconnect the battery every time you shut the truck off for extended periods of time (more than a day).

Finally, check the voltage regulator (or have a shop look at it). If it is not working properly, the batteries may not re-charge correctly. The cheapest way to solve the problem is with a battery disconnect, but it may get annoying after a while, especially if you forget to disconnect it and your battery goes dead. Finding a short in an electrical system is a long and tedious process that may not always solve the problem. And installing a second battery and alternator for the plow can get expensive.

I hope I could help you with your problem and good luck.

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