Don't worry, after reading this page you will be able to figure out exactly what you have. Considering it was made from 1973 until 2005, it is not just a bold unfounded statement. Today it has been trimmed down to over 30. With the old 22691 the entire harness had to be ran to the battery, and then over the motor to go into the cab. The E-70 is used on Road Pro plows, prior to that they were used on the Aggressor Plows the Road Pro is the Aggressor. The only catch is that the light plugs were for Nite Saber lights only, because at this point, Nite Saber Plow Lights were standard.
Now I was plowing with the bed empty except for a snowblower and 10 bags of rock salt. . Some of the most common ones I see are: Meyer E-60 Wiring Diagram Meyer E-47 Wiring Diagram Meyer Plow Light Wiring Diagram Meyer Plow Wiring Diagram Meyer Plow Controller Wiring Diagram Now, all of the above diagrams are here on our web sites, or we have links to them on our sites, but you have to know exactly what you are looking for. They have a high beam bulb, and a low beam bulb. The Drive Pro utilizes the same commercial grade hydraulic unit, wiring, lights, and controller as the 8' Lot Pro plows. It was basically the E-58H, but with the same style wireless controls as the Xpress Plow E-88. To make it easy to retrofit, on the truck side, it was a short harness 22261.
There are pictures on our to help you figure out what style of Meyer mounting you have. Plow a little faster than you should, hit a few immovable objects, and there will be a plow failure. The Drive Pro came out in 2007. Some are still in use today. The Xpress Plow came out in 2004. The Xpress Plow literally mounted itself on the truck. It was originally intended to stand for Spring Trip.
Rob If your pump is mounted on the truck correctly, the motor will be on the left of the lift cilinder and the valve body will be on the right of the lift cilinder. I have one white wire that as far as I know hooks up to the small post on the solenoid. Nite Saber plow lights were used from 1998 to current. They worked by sending power from a switch in the cab to the Changeover Modules that have internal relays, and switch power from the vehicle headlamps to the plow lights. Xpress Plow - The Xpress Plow originally had a wireless controller in that it sent signals to the E-88 on the plow.
It came out in 1991, and was discintnued as a complete new system in 2009. Yes, the colors don't match the truck SideTouchpad Plug colors, but that is not a problem. Hopefully this new page will put it all into perspective. It should be fused so look for an in line fuse holder and that could be what your looking for. The C Series ran until 2009, a 30 year run. Signal-Stat was purchased by Truck-Lite.
Now, while the Mounting Carton was vehicle specific, the same Universal Clevis was used on all Fullsize trucks. The C Series came out in 1969. Wiring color code or symbols, wiring harness, radio and audio wiring, circuit diagram, light switch wiring diagram. So that is why there are mounts, Moldboards, Lift Frames, etc. The V-68 was the original hydraulic unit used on the Super V Plow. Slik Stik - Only recommended for the E-47. Controller Summary Toggle Switch Controls - Only recommended for the E-47.
Mill Supply is not responsible if you wire your plow incorrectly. So we will start at the beginning. Overall it was not a well thought out design with many shortcomings. They use Headlight Adapters to route power from the vehicle headlamp wiring to the Changeover Module, and out to the plow lights. I snapped an axle shaft after plowing 24 hours straight, but the plow never had any problems. The E-58H was next in 2008, and it replaced all prior hydraulic units. The Light System would be Truck-Lite or Nite Saber, with each plow light having its own plug.
There is a threaded hole to the left if that seleniod, that is where the ground cable goes. Lets go back to the A Frame Ear spacing. It still had a cord to provide power to the controller itself. In 2011 the V-70 replaced the V-68 on all Super V and Super V2 plows. The snow was so deep with the plow fully raised driving from site to site I was plowing.
That is just one part of a complete plow system. You just had to get close to the plow, and the mount would pull the plow on, self centering itself. Pistol Grip Adapter to connect to Truck Side Touchpad Plug Keep in mind that connecting the Orange and Blue wires is optional. The Lift Frame with the pump and lights can be removed in the off season ,and it was encouraged that it be removed in the off season. This is because there was still a patent in force for automatic raise.
The other thing is the Trip Springs. The Lights, hydraulic units, controllers and wiring were all Meyer, even though the hydraulic units had a Diamond decal on them. The S stands for Split. There were no turn signals on them. It too had receiver tubes for the Lift Frame to slide into. Well this is one of them. I canno't find this black wire in my harness anywhere.