vtfireman85 Posted December 17, 2022 Share Posted December 17, 2022 Have a first gen electric fisher minute mount plow. When i put it on this year it raised and angled but the pump stuck on. I figured solenoid, si I changed it, but no help, so i said ice, changed fluid, pulled coil packs and cartridges took hoses loose and pushed blade back and forth to purge cylinders. Found no evidence of contamination, but flushed none the less. In all of this I discovered that angling left makes the pump quit. It doesn’t stick every time but probably 80% of the time. On the way to work I stopped to poke my neighbors trash can out of the road. The pump quit all together, I found it was full of moisture and completely corroded, put a new pump motor on and it works but is still sticking. if the motor is engaged the solenoid must be pulled in, if the solenoid is pulled in it must be getting power. This leaves me to either plugs, or controller. The plugins look clean and still have their little rubber boots. The control is the small electronic joystick type, which I admittedly fiddle with absentmindedly while driving. It feels normal, but who knows. any other thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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