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Old 02-11-2011, 10:29 AM
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Fisher HD wiring harness

My left plow headlight has been dim or completely off for a while. The marker lights always worked. I never plow at night so I have been ignoring it. I could wiggle the connector and make it work. At worst the marker lights would still light up, but the headlights would be out. I could still use the plow. I lost power to the plow a couple times in the last day, and again would just wiggle the plug and get it back. I finally had a chance to look at it a little closer today and one of the wires is broken right off. Now I can't get the plow to do anything without bending the plug until that wire touches.

It's a 9ft. Fisher Minute Mount. It's has the 3 plug hook up, and a 4 spot isolation module. On the truck side 11 pin connection is where the broken wire is. It's broken right at the plug. Do I need to get the whole harness (Part #26347 11-Pin Plow Lighting Harness - http://www.centralparts.com/unassign...-E-Force/7000/ ) or is there a repair end that I can get? Or, could I possibly take that connector apart and re-use it? I have been searching around for the correct repair end and haven't had any luck. Thanks.
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Old 02-11-2011, 10:56 AM
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They sell repair ends that will fix your problem.
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Old 02-11-2011, 11:15 AM
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They sell repair ends that will fix your problem.
I thought they did, but I can't seem to find a part number for it. I have been looking here - http://parts.fisherplows.com/ The whole harness is # 104 or part # 26347. They have a couple of repair ends - # 117, but they are either a 9 or 12 pin end. According to this thread they don't make 11 pin repair ends - http://www.plowsite.com/archive/index.php/t-109773.html Any suggestions short of spending $104 on the harness - http://www.centralparts.com/unassign...-E-Force/7000/ ?
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Old 02-11-2011, 11:46 AM
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I thought they did, but I can't seem to find a part number for it. I have been looking here - http://parts.fisherplows.com/ The whole harness is # 104 or part # 26347. They have a couple of repair ends - # 117, but they are either a 9 or 12 pin end. According to this thread they don't make 11 pin repair ends - http://www.plowsite.com/archive/index.php/t-109773.html Any suggestions short of spending $104 on the harness - http://www.centralparts.com/unassign...-E-Force/7000/ ?
You might be able to find a used 11 pin harness on Ebay or CL for less money but if B&B says there is no repair end for the 11 pin as he does in that thread then I can assure you there is none. Beef up the the union of the harness and plug with heater hose and electrical tape to prevent this from happening again.
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I actually put the wrong part number. I need the truck side 26357 which unfortunately is little more money. I'm going to go pick one up today. Thanks for the help
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