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used plow wiring (9 pin wiring)

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Frank, Dec 30, 2001.

  1. Frank

    Frank Member
    Messages: 35

    Hello all
    I don't post to often but I follow the site. I am wondering if someone can help me. i bought a used 6.6 western uni-mount from one person and bought the mount and wiring harness from another that came off a jeep wrangler, just like i have. the wiring harness has the 9 pin hook up, but the plow didn't. so i ordered a 9 pin male plug plow side. well since the 9 pin plug came with no installation instructions, i am trying to figure it out myself. I can trace the colored wires into the motor but my lights are the problem. I have "truck-light" lights on my frame and each one has 5 wires, red, black, green, yellow, and white. I don't want to risk putting wires together and blowing or burning out something. I know there is some Pros on here that can help me, before I take matters into my own hands and screw it up.javascript:smilie(':rolleyes:')

    Thanks
    Frank
     
  2. TurfPlus

    TurfPlus Senior Member
    Messages: 179

    lighting on plow side of plug
    black/orange=ground
    gray=left turn
    purple=right turn
    brown=parking lights
    black=low beam
    white=hi beam

    valve manifold
    white w/ yellow strip=2w
    light green=3w
    light blue=4w
    black/orange=ground for all 3 coils

    let me know if you need the schematic. i can scan it at work and send it to you.
     
  3. Frank

    Frank Member
    Messages: 35

    Thanks Turfplus

    Now that I have a better idea of the 9 pin plug I can try a figure out the lights on the plow. If you have the time to send me the schematic. I would appreciate that.

    Thanks Again
    Frank