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Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by leaner, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. leaner

    leaner Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    I recently phurchased a used meyers plow with the e-60 pump,after installation i found the pump would sometimes raise right away and the next time i had to keep tapping the controlpad. i replaced the motor with a brand new one and it now will not raise at all. the motor is running as i can hear it...my mechanic thinks the motor is turning the wrong way ????? any suggestions folks???
  2. I have a double studded one. The D2 stud is Red ( + ) power cable. The stud D1 is black ( - ) power cable. Also a black ( - ) power cable going to the side of the sump base. If all those are right then motor was wired wrong. http://www.angelos-supplies.com/snowiceInfo/MeyerServiceManuals/tabid/106/Default.aspx or http://www.angelos-supplies.com
    Last edited: Dec 12, 2009
  3. Deco

    Deco Senior Member
    Messages: 453

    check fluid
    check wiring

    check check check
  4. poncho62

    poncho62 Senior Member
    Messages: 431

    I have an E-47 Meyers....wouldn't lift, angled fine.....The bottom seal in the lift cylinder was shot. Pretty easy to replace.......$9 for the seal.
  5. Nasty-Z

    Nasty-Z Senior Member
    Messages: 370

    Positive goes to terminal A2, negative goes to D1 along with the ground wire to the pump itself .

    Do you have magnetism at the B valve while trying to raise ?

    Will the plow angle ?

    Sounds like a broken / corroded connection or faulty B Valve , you might have jarred the connection changing the motor which is why it will not raise now , it might have been just making contact before.

    Last edited: Dec 12, 2009