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helping a buddy finish converting his 2 pumped s-10 into 4 pumps..... The front passenger pump wants to stick on.......We replaced the solenoids and still no luck.....I changed switch boxes because this one looked fucked-up.....The only idea that i can come up with is that the motor is "shorting" out and grounding power out through the rack.....the reason i have came to this conclusion is we have done about everything possible to that pump and it still sticks.......if you pull the diss-connect, you still have power in the switchbox and are able to use all the dumps......if you are to leave everything connected, but remove the wire from the motor to the solenoids, then you finally kill power to the switch box......... :dunno:
 

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wired wrong. easy as that. redo all the wiring, and do it right


good luck
 

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we thought that to.. so we took the hole cord out and checked it out and we did find a cut in the the wires but we have since cut all of them and retaped them...


i am gona order a new switch box and cord anyways on mon.....
 

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Originally posted by lowperformance2@Aug 28 2005, 09:27 AM~3706726
we thought that to.. so we took the hole cord out and checked it out and we did find a cut in the the wires but we have since cut all of them and retaped them...
i am gona order a new switch box and cord anyways on mon.....
your best bet
 

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Originally posted by thephatlander@Aug 28 2005, 10:36 AM~3707186
i had the same probbz once.. I just changed all noids then it was allright!
YEA I DID THAT AS WELL I SPENT THE $$ YESTERDAY AND PUT NEW ONES ON..


I AM REALLLLYYY GETTING PISSED.... COULD IT BE A BAD MOTOR??
 

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Originally posted by Death Dealer@Aug 28 2005, 02:10 PM~3707984
it could be, but it could be anything too. probably one of the hardest things to do when fixing hydraulics is troubleshooting.

and thats the truth........................................... ;)


well i have a coulpe other things to try then i have a couple extra motors laying around if all else fails i'll try replaceing it...

i should know something today... ;)
 
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