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ok, i had some advice from one of the homies on here and it worked from what he said to do, but i just ran into anothe issue i disconected the switch that was bad and when to connect my quick disconnect and it didant spark so i was good there, so i then went to the switch box to dump the front down and the 24vlt wire just burned instantly what could be the issue now , could it off been that i only had one switch hooked up an all the power was to much could that of caused it to do that or what else? if u no i would take yur advice to trouble shoot this issue?
 

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Originally posted by 1986monte@May 23 2011, 11:14 PM~20615481
ok,  i had some advice from one of the homies on here and it worked from what he said to do, but i just ran into anothe issue i disconected the switch that was bad and when to connect my quick disconnect and it didant spark so i was good there, so i then went to the switch box to dump the front down and the 24vlt wire just burned instantly what could be the issue now , could it off been that i only had one switch hooked up an all the power was to much could that of caused it to do that or what else? if u no i would take yur advice to trouble shoot this issue?

If it burned immediately u probably ran it on 36v instead of 24v on accident. Or the wire is pinched and shorted out.
 

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have you made sure there are no bare connections grounding out? I would get a continuity tester and check the switch cable make sure there is not a break in the line. It does sound like you have more than 24v on it
 
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