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Pump Stays running after I let go of controls?????

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by YEEHAW, Dec 8, 2008.


    YEEHAW Junior Member
    Messages: 16

    Hey all I have an old school under hood electric pump that now most (not every) time I push the stick up or to either side it does what its supposed to but the pump stays on. Not still trying to lift or angle just spinning. I have changed out the solenoid twice thinking perhaps I had a short inside or something that didn't do it, the switch in the controler doesn't seem to be sticking or anuthing I cleaned that pretty good and then thought maybe it wasn't grounding right so ran a ground wire from the solenoid direct to the battery and it still does it. I thought perhaps the ground do to the fact that when it does this if i give the solenoid a little smack the pump shuts off. ANY IDEAS PLEASE??????? Thanx Eric