Snow Plows home-plow-troubleshooting-2

Published on December 2nd, 2015 | by Kimberly Myers

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Meyer Snow Plow Troubleshooting (Auto Angling Units)

If you are having trouble with your Meyer Auto Angling Home Plow, you are in luck!

Using the tabs below, locate the problem you are having with your plow and then click on the “possible cause” and “condition” tabs to figure out what could be wrong and how to fix it!

Plow operates slowly
1. Bad wire connections.
2. Discharged battery.
3. Bad linear actuator.
4. Bad remote control receiver.
1. Clean/tighten wire connections.
2. Recharge battery.
3. Replace linear actuator.
4. Replace receiver.

Plow doesn’t operate
1. Bad wire connections.
2. Discharged battery.
3. Bad linear actuator.
4. Bad remote control receiver.
5. Remove not communicating with receiver.
6. Battery dead on remote control.
7. Bad remote control.
1. Clean/tighten wire connections.
2. Recharge battery.
3. Replace linear actuator.
4. Replace receiver.
5. Re-sync to receiver
6. Replace battery and re-sync to receiver.
7. Replace remote and re-sync to receiver.
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2 Responses to Meyer Snow Plow Troubleshooting (Auto Angling Units)

  1. Lee andrews says:

    All i hear is a click click i have diamond plow eith e 60h pump

  2. David says:

    I have a very old Meyer plow on a ’73 truck (plow is probably that old too). The pump is a Ford power steering pump plumbed into manual valve control body. (No electrical solenoids). The valve controls are mounted through the dash. It no longer raises. The Left/Right works well. Fluid level is full. Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this unit?

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