I explained the proper "voltage drop" test, which is the industry standard for locating a problem in a conductor or connection.Every time the electric motor pump motor draws 50A + or - the battery’s voltage will drop he needs to have the same supply voltage all the time so he can test the drop in voltage. He’s not testing the condition of his battery.
He’s not testing just the motor for the plow pump.
I don’t necessarily think this test is even necessary find the root of the problem,
is the op deadheading ,, holding on to a function after it’s completed ,
Running on bypass. This will heat things up too. ( just a example)
Oh and i should mentchen that i noticed a difference in speed the plow moved when testing the other.A lot of info but I think I got a place to start now. I did before I went home for the weekend run another plow on the same truck and I ran my same load test on it and it never got hot just warm. So I'm thinking it is the ground on the plow.
Yes. same truck different plow worked good. If the crew leaves me a another truck then I will test the plow with the problems to better rule out the truck as a cause.So same truck different plow....
New plow was better then plow in question?
Can you do the same with different truck ?