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Need some help with e47

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by R.J.S. SNOWPLOW, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. R.J.S. SNOWPLOW

    R.J.S. SNOWPLOW Senior Member
    Messages: 892

    Okay guys here i go again i am having problems with my e47
    past history
    saturday plow would go left an right an down would not lift installed new motor and solenoid
    today take a drive to drop off invoice i park in lot customer comes to me i wait in truck i put the plow down..when leaving plow wouldn't go up..dragged plow then start going up real slow after a few min. Plow starts working..checked connections no problem there....
    Anyone know what the hell is going on with this
     
  2. geer hed

    geer hed Senior Member
    Messages: 275

    Have you checked the fluid level ? Does the motor run when you try to lift it ?
     
  3. R.J.S. SNOWPLOW

    R.J.S. SNOWPLOW Senior Member
    Messages: 892

    Going to flush it today level is full and yes the motor runs when i am trying to lift or go to the sides
    THE FUNNY THING IS THAT IT WORKS WHEN I START THE TRUCK I GO 15 MIN. AND DROP IT THE IT STOPS WORKING I NEED THIS E47 TO WORK FOR 2 WEEKS GETTING THE E58H HD NEW
    ALSO TODAY I HAD TO GO TO A LOT THEY HAD A WATER LEAK AND ICE POND WAS ON LOT ISCRAPED IT AND WENT TO GO PUT IN THE PILE I HAD MY BLADE STRAIGHT AND WHEN I HIT THE PILE MY PLOW WENT LEFT
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2010
  4. geer hed

    geer hed Senior Member
    Messages: 275

    Thats a good place to start, also check the filters. they should be on the front of the pump below the lift cylinder. also check the valve in A coil, make sure your O-rings are good, and use a tiny screwdriver and push it into the center of the valve and make sure the ball inside isn't sticking.