Blackline plow controller

Discussion in 'ATV / UTV Snow Removal' started by luckyrabbit7, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. luckyrabbit7

    luckyrabbit7 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    I purchased a 60" black line plow for my Japanese mini truck. It was used and didn't come with a manual. The plow is electric lift and hydraulic angle. The wiring for the controller seems pretty straight forward expect for two terminals on the controller box. They are empty and I don't know what they are used for. The controller is the type with the keypad and four arrows.

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  2. JoeRagMan

    JoeRagMan Member
    Messages: 38

    Did you try contacting Blackline to see if they can provide a manual? You could check the terminals with a multimeter to see if voltage is present.
    Good luck.(there are two dealers in Illinois, one is a mini truck dealer)
     
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    luckyrabbit7

    luckyrabbit7 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    I did contact blackline through their website , but never got a response from them.
    I had a dealer send me a operator manual for the plow , but it didn't cover the wiring harness controller
     
  4. JoeRagMan

    JoeRagMan Member
    Messages: 38

    Does the plow operate with the remote now?
     
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    luckyrabbit7

    luckyrabbit7 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    I just put in the front receiver on the truck.
    I was going to wire it up this weekend
    Thought I would get a jump on the wiring and figure it out now.
    I may have to see if it works without anything on those
     
  6. JoeRagMan

    JoeRagMan Member
    Messages: 38

    Try goggling "black line plow wiring diagram". There were several web sites that had the diagram, you are going to create an account to access the diagram. Good luck.
     
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    luckyrabbit7

    luckyrabbit7 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    Tried Googling it, didn't come up with it
     
  8. Mebes

    Mebes Senior Member
    Messages: 662

    Spacing looks like an ATC fuse might fit in there.
    Maybe open it up and see if it is in-line with the power for the control.
     
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    luckyrabbit7

    luckyrabbit7 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    Thanks
    I was kinda thinking along those lines.
    The unit has 2 leads that connect directly to the battery with no inline fuse. So maybe a fuse does go in there.
    Thanks jim
     
  10. sublime68charge

    sublime68charge PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,159

    connect your 2 leads to a battery check to see if you have 12V show up on one those terminals?

    kinda looks like might be a fuse spot for easy to swap out.