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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IVE NEVER WORKED ON A SNOWPLOW BUT NOONE ELSE IS OFFERING ANY HELP. IT SOUNDS LIKE FLUID IS LEAKING BY THE VALVE AND PRESSURIZING THE LEFT SIDE ALL THE TIME. IT ALSO COULD BE YOUR NO-SPILL COUPLERS CLOGGED OR NOT OPENING FULLY PREVENTING FLOW OF FLUID ON THE LEFT SIDE. GOOD LUCK. JODY
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
This is a control valve problem. From you comment, it is
clear that the control valve flows to one direction only.
Please check the control valve of the snow plow that
execute the angle to right or angle to left. Also check
the pipelines before and after the valve. It must have a
free flow of the fluid.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 snow bear plow,
Yes, Check where strap or chain is mounted to winch. It could be loose or have dirt or oil on it something to make it slip.On mine there's a brass piece that raps around the shaft, It got lose and dirty so I cleaned and tightened it. If you pull motor off winch to check gears [don't use gear] when reassembling it's too thick when it's cold. I used white spray lube. Hope it helps!
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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