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Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by LordOfTheSith, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. LordOfTheSith

    LordOfTheSith Member
    Messages: 40

    Just had a new snow-way put on my Dodge Dakota today. I noticed after I took the plow off that the trucks own headlights do not work. I AM taking it back to the installer tomorrow. But, does anyone have any idea what the heck the installer did to cause this?

  2. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    Which series plow did you purchase? If it is a new 22 or 26 series plow with the EIS lighting system I have an idea. When you disconnected the plow did you plug the connectors together that are on the vehicle that were connected to the lights? They need to be plugged in so your truck lights know to work properly. If you did do this and they are not working properly I would take back to the dealer and have it checked out.

    Tom O'Brien
    Western District Sales Manager
    Sno-Way International Inc.
  3. Yaz

    Yaz PlowSite.com Addict
    from NH
    Messages: 1,061

    I was thinking they unplug the stock headlight harnesses and plug into the plow harness. This makes the plow light go on when the truck harness gets power. There must be new connectors on the plow harness that goes back into the truck bulbs, that what I'm thinking they forgot to plug in.

    That's how the Fisher lights work. So I would check there if it was me. I admit I have no idea how yours work so don't kill me if I'm wrong, I'm just trying to help.