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E-60 does everything but angle left

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by nathan11507, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. nathan11507

    nathan11507 Member
    Messages: 68

    My e60 wont angle left it hass the touchpad cnotroller when push the l button on the pad there is nothing as in no noise from the motor at all, does this mean that my pad is smoked. I dont know what else it could be is there an easy test to see if the plow angles left to see if it is the pad that is the problem. I know it is not the rams there new the year and the pump. Is new i have checked all valves , and i dont see how it could be the couplers since it doesnt even make noise when hiiting the l button on the touch pad
     
  2. jrodgers

    jrodgers Senior Member
    Messages: 156




    Try here if I put it in right.
     
  3. Nasty-Z

    Nasty-Z Senior Member
    Messages: 370

    Raise the plow , disconnect the touchpad at the under dash connector , look in the back of the truck side connector and follow the white and blue wires (see note below on the blue wire) to where they enter the connector , use a paper clip to jump the blue and white wire , the motor should run and angle your plow to the left .

    If it does I would have to assume your touchpad has gone south on you.

    I would go through and double check all connections including the orange ground wire under the hood before condeming the touchpad.


    FWIW , the colors on the wires at the touchpad truck side plug when jumped in the combination below will result in the action described. (Note: On early touchpad harness' the Blue wire is sometimes Black or Red, it is best to trace back to the ignition hot to get this one correct)

    Blue & White & Red = Raise
    Blue & White & Green = Right Angle
    Blue & White = Left Angle
    Blue and Black = Lower

    TOM
     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2011
  4. nathan11507

    nathan11507 Member
    Messages: 68

    thanks i will do that and as for going through and checking all the connections i have done that too thats why i assume its the controller. but will let ya know how i make out