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truck side wiring question

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by champlainl, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    got a f150 heritage 4.6 engine, might be buying used mm1 without truckside wiring, which harnesses do I need. not sure which pump it has yet, hopefully not sehp
    thanks
     
  2. BlizzardBeater

    BlizzardBeater Senior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 420

    What year truck and what style MM1?
     
  3. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    2004 f150 heritage (old body style), fisher mm1 7'6", like I said earlier is has tibrens and torsion bars, currently I am plowing with a older snowbear weighs about 300 lbs,truck handles it very easily. Plow will only be used for my personal driveway (300 foot). B.roke my snowbear blade]
     
  4. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    plow has 2 wire harness on plow side, one is pump and the other is for lights so I think its the seph pump
     
  5. FordFisherman

    FordFisherman PlowSite.com Addict
    from 06611
    Messages: 1,594

    You've got an SEHP (solenoid electric hydraulic pack) unit. If you click on the Fisher website at the top of the page, go to the e-match section and plug in your info. You can find out part #'s and price them out new or try this site, e-bay or Craigslist. You'll need the battery harness, solenoid, controller and headlight harness as well as the mount.
     
  6. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    thanks,as the fisher site says I need 29050 light harness for HB5 headlight system, the vehicle the plow is coming off of is a 99 dodge ram 1500 which takes the same harness, pretty cool, local plow shop has a used mount for my truck so I guess I'll change my offer on package as I was just buying plow with headgear before, thanks for the info, now it will probably stop snowing for the season (we can only wish)
     
  7. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    hmm

    Do I need an isolation module for this set up, haven't seen truckside harness yet?
     
  8. TheGoat

    TheGoat Junior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 11

    No iso mod for the 2 wire sehp.
     
  9. FordFisherman

    FordFisherman PlowSite.com Addict
    from 06611
    Messages: 1,594

    You don't need the iso mod but if you plan on running a MM2 in the future now's the time to wire it that way, 29071 iso mod, 29050 light harness set, 26345 control harness. Plowside conversion is easy, 26359 and 26357 I think. Your battery set up will be fine.
     
  10. champlainl

    champlainl Member
    Messages: 65

    finally

    just picked up the plow and took the harnass of his truck (99 doge ram 1/2 ton),not sure if it will wire up to my 04 f150 heritage,does anyone know,that harness that came off the dodge is labeled # 26027,will this work on my ford? thanks guys