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Hi,

New here and I just got a meyers 26000 meyers HomePlow Well used, was a good deal at the time. But I have learned that the person cut the pistol grip controller (22827) and I have had to replace the Master solenoid. Right now I can put the blade up (using the Blue and red wire) and put the blade down using (the White and Blue wire). I know this is not the best way to use this plow but I am Stuck.. I Have bought the S2 and S1 solenoid from the Local Muskoka Auto Parts store. It is not the 15150 part number from Meyers solenoid but one that is from a Boss same thing just have to a Bladed connectors on to my lead wires.. save me from having to pay out $125 CAD it cost only $35 CAD. they didn't have the Valves but I will jump off that bridge when I get there. My questions are as follows

1. Does any one have a wiring diagram for connecting my pistol grip that has the 6 following colours
Red, Black, Pink, Blue, white and Orange.

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The line from the Jeep harness is Red, Black, Black with white stripe, White, Blue and Yellow.
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I am Buying a Molex 6 pin set to connect them but need to know which one goes where... So any help would be great.

2. Anyone can recommend a replacement for the Dual Action Hydraulic cylinder or a refurbish kit for it the Meyers Part number is 05817 for the DA Hydraulic cylinder.

I think this will help with a alternative I got this info about it: ang cyl 1.75 x 8 sae 6

3. anyone can lead me to a Video of how to replace said S1, S2 Valves and solenoids?

Thanks in advance:
 

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Have you been to meyers' website yet to look for the wiring diagram?
 

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1- Meyer never released much info about these units, and some of the info was also wrong
2- Not enough home plow owners come here, to share information, so there is little people here can help you with
3- Your best bet is to find someone and take a picture of the extension harness plugged into the controller, so you have a record of how the wires connect. Otherwise, buy the short harness and a new controller, or guess and chance burning up the controller you have. The harness is $50, a controller is less than $300
Why are you buying "solenoids"? Anyway, the coil comes off the valve by removing the nut. Then the valve unscrews from the power pak.
4- Look for a aftermarket cylinder on the net
5- If it helps, the default action for your plow is "raise". This means if you run the pump with no power to any of the 2 valves, plow will raise. Apply power to the s1 valve to lower. The controller uses electronics to control "lower" and "float"
 

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Oh, "possibly" these people may help you with wiring, as the make Meyer harnesses and such-
 
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