So I was messing around with the wiring, etc. It came out in 1991, and was discintnued as a complete new system in 2009. We have every part that Meyer offers available for purchase, including some obsolete parts. Truck-Lite plow lights were used from around 1989 up until the Nite Saber plow lights came out in 1998. As of 2017 it is 22154. If it is short, we recommend extending it to reach the battery.
The 22690 went through a couple of revisions. Mountings So lets start with the Mounting. There was nothing you removed in the off season. Touchpad - Can be used with the E-47, E-57, E-60, or E-58H. If the motor runs and no valves open, the plow goes left. They use Headlight Adapters to route power from the vehicle headlamp wiring to the Changeover Module, and out to the plow lights. The Orange wire has a large ring terminal on it.
The Power and Ground wires were conventional battery cables, the plow lights each had their own plug, and the A, B, and C Coil wires had Bullet Connectors. The A, B, and C Coils each had a Bullet Connector. In their haste they did not think of turning off the switch, or unplugging the controller. They have two Stainless Steel Bolts that are used to adjust and secure the lights. Overall it was not a well thought out design with many shortcomings.
I snapped an axle shaft after plowing 24 hours straight, but the plow never had any problems. 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. The Touchpad debuted in 1991 with the E-60 pump. It is the complete hydraulic system in a box. Older Meyer Motor Solenoids had a single small terminal, where the white wire is connected. That's when I realized that the bottom of the solenoid was touching two bolts on the radiator support.
Older Meyer Motor Solenoids had a single small terminal, where the white wire is connected. There were no turn signals on them. They are single tiny post type. The C Series A Frame had the ears spaced at 23. In 2011 the V-70 replaced the V-68 on all Super V and Super V2 plows. The power cable to the pump looked like it may have had some corrosion. So, I now know that the solenoid gets grounded to the frame.
Also, the new Universal Truck Side Harness 22691 became standard. Digital Touchpad Part 22154 it went from 22154X to 22154 a couple of times. If you have this plug your controller is over 20 years old. The smaller wires only direct the flow of fluid. It came out around 1998. Need to check the pump press and motor draw and see where they're at.
There is an adapter to use the round 6 pin vehicle harness with a new rectangular plug Touchpad. I ran to the parts store to buy new power leads. Meyer purchased Diamond in 1990. This is the original square touchpad, with a smooth face. Dont forget to check your inline fuse as well. In November 1995 Meyer changed to a rectangular 6 pin connector. If your plow does not say what it is, our catalog shows pictures with dimension to help you with recognition.
The Drive Pro utilizes the same commercial grade hydraulic unit, wiring, lights, and controller as the 8' Lot Pro plows. It was originally intended to stand for Spring Trip. This clear illustration may be printed to help you wire your plow correctly. They are on eBay, Amazon, even Walmart lists them online. Then it went to a large blue, black, and silver that said Electro-Touch, and then a blue and yellow. I have never seen one on a truck before. Everything looks to be in good shape, and the price was right too, so I couldn't complain.
Can all the solinoids be bad? Do some research on the internet about which way and then head to radio shack. Should I go buy another? Pistol Grip Adapter to connect to Truck Side Touchpad Plug Keep in mind that connecting the Orange and Blue wires is optional. It is an analog switch. The Xpress Plow literally mounted itself on the truck. It had the Mounting Ears spaced at 23. Some are long enough to go to the battery, and some are short to be mounted under one of the Motor Solenoid mounting screws. It was basically the E-58H, but with the same style wireless controls as the Xpress Plow E-88.
If it is short, we recommend extending it to reach the battery. Meyer touchpad Harness 15764 with aftermarket Pistol grip control. The C Series ran until 2009, a 30 year run. I recall at a regional meeting with Meyer Products back in 2007, they offered 60+ combinations of plow systems. It is an analog switch. The motor on the pump looks new er since it is black and not yellow. In November 1995 Meyer changed to a rectangular 6 pin connector.