RT3 Trip-Edge w/ SmartHitch Owner's and Installation Manual

RT3 Trip-Edge w/ SmartHitch Owner's and Installation Manual
A Division of Northern Star Industries, Inc.
P.O. Box 788 Iron Mountain MI 49801-0788
www.bossplow.com
RT3 TRIPEDGE SNOWPLOW
INSTALLATION & OWNER’S
MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS ............................................................................................................................................... 2
INTRODUCTIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 3
TIPS ON PLOWING SNOW....................................................................................................................... 4
SNOWPLOW MOUNTING & REMOVAL PROCEDURE .......................................................................... 5
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................... 6
PUTTING PLOW INTO STORAGE ........................................................................................................... 6
TAKING PLOW OUT OF STORAGE......................................................................................................... 6
SNOWPLOW ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE................................................................................................. 7
SMARTHITCH 2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE...................................................................................... 12
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WIRING PROCEDURE....................................................................................... 14
HEADLIGHT ADAPTER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE.......................................................................... 19
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM............................................................................................. 20
TRIPEDGE ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST ........................................................................... 21
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WIRING SCHEMATIC (PLOW SIDE)................................................................. 23
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WIRING SCHEMATIC (TRUCK SIDE) ............................................................... 24
RT3 STRAIGHT BLADE MANIFOLD WIRING DIAGRAMS...................................................................... 25
HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT FILL PROCEDURE ...................................................................................... 26
HEADLIGHT AIMING PROCEDURE......................................................................................................... 27
HYDRAULIC VALVE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST........................................................................................ 28
STRAIGHT BLADE CONTROLLERS ........................................................................................................ 29
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .................................................................................................................. 32
RECOMMENDED PUSHBEAM HEIGHT .................................................................................................. 37
RECOMMENDED BOLT TORQUE ........................................................................................................... 37
WARRANTY............................................................................................................................................... 38
BOSS Products / Northern Star Industries, Inc. reserves the right under its continuous product improvement policy to change
construction or design details and furnish equipment when so altered without reference to illustrations or specifications used herein.
This product is covered under one of the following patents:
6,170,178
TRP07882-4
THROUGH IT ALL
WARNING
Many newer trucks are equipped with air bags. DO NOT under any circumstances disable or remove or
relocate any sensors or other components related to the operation of the air bags.
WARNING
Always follow the vehicle manufacturers recommendations relating to snowplow installation. For
recommended vehicle models refer to the Boss Snowplow Application Chart and Selection Guide.
WARNING
Vehicles equipped with air bags are designed such that the air bags will be activated in a frontal collision
equivalent to hitting a solid barrier (such as a wall) at approximately 14 mph or more, or, roughly speaking,
a frontal perpendicular collision with a parked car or truck of similar size at approximately 28 mph or more.
Careless or high speed driving while plowing snow, which results in vehicle decelerations equivalent to or
greater than the air bag deployment threshold described above, would deploy the air bag.
WARNING
Make sure plow is properly attached before moving vehicle.
WARNING
When transporting, Position plow so as not to block vision or plow headlights.
WARNING
DO NOT change blade position when traveling.
WARNING
DO NOT exceed 40 mph when transporting plow.
WARNING
Do not exceed 14 mph when plowing.
WARNING
Always lower blade when vehicle is not in use.
WARNING
Read this manual carefully before operating this snowplow.
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A REVOLUTION AGAINST SNOW
Congratulations on purchasing the finest snowplow made. The BOSS sets the standard for
quality, reliability, craftsmanship, and performance. Our products are designed, built, and
proven in Michigan’s rugged Upper Peninsula, where winter is a way of life. And we back it all
up with exceptional customer service and satisfaction. We’re not just setting the standard.
We’re leading the way.
The BOSS SNOWPLOW has been carefully designed and built for years of carefree
performance. With its simple attaching system, the BOSS can be attached or removed in
seconds. For safety, the BOSS includes cross-over pressure relief to prevent damage by
overstress. Where A-Frame and moldboard fatigue are a common problem on conventional
plows, a BOSS PLOW will stand up to severe plowing conditions.
To keep your BOSS PLOW in top shape, take a few minutes to study this manual. It will show
you how to use and service the BOSS, familiarize you with all of its parts, and give you helpful
tips on plowing snow.
If you have further questions, your local BOSS PLOW DEALER is the person to talk to. They
know your plow well and want your complete satisfaction.
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Tips on Plowing Snow
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Know the area you are plowing, hidden obstructions such as curbs, sidewalks, pipes, etc. can cause damage to
your plow or vehicle.
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Do not let the snow accumulate; always plow with the storm.
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Always wear your seatbelts when plowing snow.
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Occasionally, the plow blade may be in a position where it cuts off airflow to the radiator. While this is a rare
occurrence, it can usually be corrected by raising or lowering the plow slightly.
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Always lower the blade when parking your vehicle. This reduces the load on your vehicle’s springs and guards
against any potential mishap caused by a falling plow.
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Always remember to plow at a safe speed. The faster you plow the harder you will hit hidden obstructions.
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Do not get body parts between or under the plow and vehicle when servicing or operating the plow.
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When transporting, position plow so as not to block vision or plow headlights.
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Do not change blade positions while traveling.
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For more plowing tips please visit our website at www.bossplow.com.
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Snowplow Mounting Procedure
Figure A. Mounting Procedures
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Maintenance
Your BOSS PLOW is designed for heavy-duty, rugged service with minimal maintenance. To ensure that it gives you
the same high performance year after year, please use it properly and observe the following maintenance
precautions.
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Inspect the following on a regular basis:
All fasteners, pins, retainers, nuts and bolts for tightness. See Recommended Bolt Torque located in this manual.
All hydraulic lines and connections for wear and leakage.
Hydraulic cylinders for leakage, rods for rust or pitting.
Cutting edge wear.
Plow shoe wear.
Hydraulic oil level (CAUTION: DO NOT OVERFILL). Fill hydraulic pump reservoir to within ¾” from top using
Boss High Performance Hydraulic Fluid or equivalent.
Control Harness and Power/Ground Cable Connectors for corrosion. Apply dielectric grease at least once a
month during the plow season.
Apply the grease to coupler spring pins and kickstand spring pin.
Putting the Plow into Storage
1. Drive the snowplow to a storage site. Follow the normal procedure for dismounting from the plow.
2. Disconnect all electrical plugs and coat each connection with dielectric grease (lights, valve assembly, pump,
pump solenoid, and battery). Install all dust caps and plugs provided.
3. Touch-up any rust spots or chipped paint.
4. Loosen the return springs.
5. Grease the coupler spring pins, and kickstand spring pin.
6. Power the lift tower forward until the lift cylinder is completely compressed. This will protect the lift cylinders from
corrosion.
7. Grease the exposed chrome on the angling cylinders to protect from corrosion.
Taking the Plow out of Storage
1. Check all fasteners for tightness. See Recommended Bolt Torque located in this manual.
2. Check hydraulic hoses for cracks and leaks.
3. Check hydraulic oil level (CAUTION: DO NOT OVERFILL). Fill hydraulic pump reservoir to within ¾” from top
using BOSS High Performance Hydraulic Fluid or equivalent.
4. Tighten springs.
5. Coat each electrical connection with dielectric grease (lights, valve assembly, pump, pump solenoid and battery).
6. Grease the coupler spring pins and kickstand spring pin (Fig. 1).
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Snowplow Assembly Procedure
Snowplow Assembly
Procedure
NOTE: This manual is used for the assembly of all
BOSS Trip-Edge Plows. Part numbers and
illustrations may vary. Part numbers for all Boss TripEdge plows are listed in this manual.
Figure 2. Install Trip Springs
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3) Attach TRP07807 Lower T-lever (18) to Base
Angle Trip Bracket using 5/8”x3” Clevis Pin
(112A), 5/8” Flatwasher (112B), and 1/8”x1-1/2”
Cotter Pin (112C).
Figure 1. Remove Blade Shipping Brackets
4) Install two MSC01509 Extension Springs (15) and
TRP07804 Upper T-Lever (17) using one ¾”-10x6”
Hex Head Cap Screw (90) and two ¾” Jam Nuts
(113).
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1) Place Plow Blade (4) on the ground face down.
Note: The open side of the Lower Extension Spring
Hook should be facing away from the Lower T-lever.
2) Remove and discard the blade shipping bracket
from one side.
Note: The two jam nuts need to be positioned
between the upper and lower T-lever as illustrated in
Figure 2.
Note: Removing one blade shipping bracket at a time
will simplify the spring mounting procedure.
5) Adjust Extension Spring (15) using Hex Head Cap
Screw (90) and the upper Jam Nut (114).
Approximately 1-1/4” of threads should be
showing between the jam nuts on the hex head
cap screw.
6) Tighten Upper Jam nut against Upper T-lever (17).
Tighten Lower Jam nut against Lower T-lever (18).
Note: Adjustment of Extension Spring (15) may be
necessary after mounting the plow on to the vehicle.
7) Repeat steps 2 through 6 for mounting the trip
springs on the opposite side.
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Snowplow Assembly Procedure
Figure 3. Install Shoe Assembly
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8) Install TRP07880 Plow Shoe Assembly (12).
Mount Plow Shoes (12B) on Blade Assembly
(4) using twelve 1” Flat Washers (12C) below
the base angle and one 1’ Flat Washer (12C)
above the base angle. Secure with 7/16”
Quick Pins (12A)
Figure 5. Install Pushframe and Kickstand.
G10086
10) Install Pushframe (2) into Pushframe Attachment
Bar (3) using 1”-8x7” Hex Head Cap Screw (86)
and 1”-8 Locking Nut (110).
Note: Adjustment of Plow Shoe (12B) may be
necessary after mounting the plow on to the vehicle.
11) Pull the Kickstand Spring Pin (102B) outward then
insert STB03220 Kickstand Leg (11) through the
kickstand mount bracket. Release the Kickstand
Spring Pin (102B) to lock Kickstand Leg (11) in
place.
Figure 6. Install Angle Cylinders
Figure 4. Install Pushframe Attachment Bar
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G10085
9) Install Pushframe Attachment Bar (3) into the
pockets on Blade Assembly (4) using ten ¾”10x2” Hex Head Cap Screws (92), ¾” Locking
Nuts (108).
12) Install both Angle Cylinders (40) using the 5/8”11x4” Hex Head Cap Screw (85) and 5/8”-11
Locking Nuts (111). Make sure the hydraulic inlet
port is facing away from the pushframe.
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Snowplow Assembly Procedure
Note: Do not over tighten angle cylinder mounting
bolts. Mounting bolts should allow angle cylinder to
move vertically in mounting bracket.
Figure 8. Hydraulic Connections
Figure 7. Lift Cylinder Installation
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17) Install HYD01620 90° Swivel (56) fitting into
the lower port of Lift Cylinder (51).
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13) Position the rod end of HYD07013 Lift Cylinder
(41) between the cylinder mounts of Push Frame
Assembly (2). Insert MSC05563 Clevis Pin (105)
through the cylinder mounts and secure with
HDW05544 Hairpin Cotter (104).
18) Install HYD01695 ¼” x 15 ½” Hydraulic Hose
(50) between the middle fitting on the hydraulic
shelf and the 90° Swivel (56) installed in the
previous step. Tighten both ends of the hose
securely.
14) Align the pivot holes of Coupler Assembly (1) with
the pivot holes of Push Frame Assembly (2).
19) Install HYD07018 90° Fitting (55) into left Angle
Cylinder (40). Thread compound should be
used at this connection.
15) Insert Pivot Pins (100A) through Coupler
Assembly (1) and Push Frame Assembly (2).
Place a 1" Flat Washer (100B) on Pivot Pin (100A)
then insert Cotter Pin (100C) through Pivot Pin
(100A). Spread the ends of Cotter Pin (100C).
20) Install HYD07042 3/8” x 42” Hydraulic Hose
(52) between the left fitting on the hydraulic
shelf and 90° Fitting (55) installed in the
previous step. Tighten both ends of the hose
securely.
16) Rotate Lift Cylinder (41) up to the cylinder mounts
located on Coupler Tower Assembly (1). Insert
Clevis Pin (105) through the cylinder mounts and
secure with Hair Pin Cotter (104).
21) Repeat steps 19 – 20 for the Right Angle
Cylinder Hose.
22) Tie Wrap the two angle hoses together in front
of the plow. Tie wraps are provided in the
controls kit. Make sure the hoses are not
restricted in any position.
Note: Tie wrapping the hoses together will prevent
the hoses from being pinched in the pushframe.
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Snowplow Assembly Procedure
NOTE: Please continue with the instructions below
if your plow is factory equipped with the SmartHitch
2™ option. If you are installing the SmartHitch 2™
option please see the “SmartHitch 2™ Installation
Procedure” located in this manual.
Figure 10. Light Bar Assembly. (Standard)
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27) Attach Light Bar (13) to the top of Coupler
Assembly (1) using two Hex Head Cap Screws
(91) and Hex Head Self Locking Nuts (109).
Figure 9. Connecting Hose
Note: The light bar should be positioned as close to
the Coupler Tower as possible. Only two holes will be
aligned for normal installations. Only two bolts per
side are needed to secure the light bar.
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23) Remove the plug from the top end of Lift Cylinder
(41).
24) Install HYD07046 Hydraulic Fitting (53). Thread
compound should be used at this connection.
Tighten fitting securely.
25) Attach one end of Hydraulic Hose (50) to
Hydraulic Fitting (53). Thread compound should
be used at this connection. Tighten connection
securely.
26) Attach the top end of Lift Cylinder (42) to Coupler
Assembly (1) using HDW05563 Clevis Pin (105)
and HDW05544 Hairpin Cotter (104).
27) Re-connect the loose end of Hydraulic Hose (50)
to the rear Hydraulic Fitting (54). Tighten
connection securely.
Figure 11. Light Bar Assembly Adjustment.
G10131
Note: Figure 11 illustrates that the Coupler Assembly
and Light Bar have two sets of 1 inch adjustment holes
for mounting on different vehicles. These adjustment
holes may be needed in order to move the light bar
away from the vehicle’s hood.
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Snowplow Assembly Procedure
32) Insert the unconnected ends of the Plow Wiring
Harness into the back of the coupler through the
rubber grommet.
33) Connect the Plow Side Wiring Harness to the
Hydraulic Valve manifold as shown in Figure 34.
HYD07065 Super Duty Manifold Wiring
Diagram on Page 25 of this manual.
Note: The Green wire has a piggyback spade
connector to allow the Blue wire to connect to the
same terminal. The wires should be connected to
each other.
Figure 12. Headlight Mounting Assembly
Note: The Red/Black wire has a piggyback spade
connector to allow the Red wire to connect to the
same terminal. The wires should be connected to
each other.
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28) Insert Light Bar Seal (76E) into the Light Bar and
seat it using the end of the Turn Signal.
Note: All wires need to be connected if SmartHitch 2
is standard on the plow.
29) Attach Turn Signal (76C) into the end of Light Bar
(13) using one Machine Screw (76D) and Nut
(76D).
Note: If SmartHitch 2 is not being installed, the
White/Black wire will not be used. The White/Black
wire should be capped and secured to the inside of
the coupler tower. The White/Black wire will be
energized with 12V+ when the pump is running.
Note: Do not overtighten Machine Screw (76C).
30) Bolt Driver’s Side Headlight (76A) on to Light
Bar (13) using Mounting Hardware (76D) as
shown in Figure 11.
31) Repeat Steps 28 through 30 for Passenger’s
Side Headlight (76B) and Passenger’s Side
Turn Signal (76C).
Figure 13. Securing Wiring Harness
Figure 14. Assembly of Blade Guides.
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34) Attach Blade Guides (16) to Blade Assembly (4)
using Hex Head Cap Screws (94) and Self
Locking Nuts (115).
31) Secure Wiring Harness (61) to Light Bar (13) as
shown above.
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SmartHitch 2 Installation Procedure
SmartHitch 2TM Installation
Procedure
Note: This installation procedure is used for
installing the SmartHitch 2 option. This
procedure may be ignored if the SmartHitch 2
option has been previously installed.
1. Remove Hydraulic Cover (14) to expose
Hydraulic Valve Manifold (30).
Figure 16. Installing SmartHitch Hose
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8. Remove the plug from the top of Hydraulic Valve
Manifold (30).
9. Install 90-Degree O-Ring Swivel Fitting (54) into
the Hydraulic Valve Manifold (30). The fitting
should be positioned so the open end of the fitting
is facing away from the valve manifold.
10. Remove the breather vent from the top of the
hydraulic lift cylinder.
Figure 15. SmartHitch 2 Valve Installation
11. Install the 90 Degree 1/8” MNPT x ¼” FNPT
Fitting (53). The fitting should be positioned
horizontal to the ground. The fitting should be
positioned so the open end of the fitting is facing
towards the lift cylinder.
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2. Remove the plug from the face of Hydraulic Valve
Manifold (30).
12. Connect one end of ¼ x 12” Hose (50) to the to
the 90 Degree 1/8” MNPT x ¼” FNPT Fitting (53).
3. Install HYD07047 SmartHitch Attachment Valve
(30C).
13. Connect the opposite end of Hose (50) to the 90Degree Swivel Fitting (54) located in the manifold.
4. Place HYD01638 Valve Coil (30G) on the stem of
the Valve.
14. Insert the SmartHitch 2 Toggle Switch through the
side hole of the coupler.
5. Place HYD01647 Ground Strap (30I) over the top
of valve stem.
15. Tighten the switch with the jam nut provided.
6. Plug the opposite end of Ground Strap (30I) into
Valve Coil (30G).
16. Secure with the Switch Boot onto the end of the
switch.
Notice: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN coil nut. The valve
will be damaged if the coil nut is over-tightened.
7. Install HYD07060 Coil Nut (30L) onto the valve.
Tighten 1/8 turn past finger tight.
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SmartHitch 2 Installation Procedure
ORANGE JUMPER WIRE
WHITE/BLACK
MAIN HARNESS
BLACK JUMPER
WIRE
ORANG
E
BLACK
BLUE
RED
GREEN
RED/BLACK
SMART HITCH 2
SELECTOR SWITCH
(SMARTHITCH 2 ONLY)
WHIT
E
WHITE JUMPER WIRE
Figure 17. SmartHitch 2 Wiring Diagram
G10135
17. Connect MSC04672 Orange SmartHitch 2
Wiring Harness to the switch and manifold as
shown above.
18. Connect MSC04673 White and Black
SmartHitch 2 Wiring Harness to the switch
and manifold as shown above.
19. Connect the White and Black Wire from the
main wiring harness to the switch as shown
above.
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Electrical System Wiring Procedure
are installing a Headlight Adapter Kit, See “Headlight
Adapter Installation Procedure” located in this manual.
Electrical System Wiring
Procedure
WARNING!
Before starting any Electrical Wiring Procedure
make sure that the engine is not running and that
the engine has had sufficient time to cool down.
Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury
or death.
WARNING!
Before starting any Electrical Wiring Procedure
make sure to disconnect the battery. Failure to
do so may result in serious bodily injury or death.
Figure 19. Passenger’s Side Headlight
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4. Disconnect the passenger’s side OEM Wiring
Harness (F) from the back of the passenger’s side
vehicle headlight.
5. Connect the Blue Sealed Beam Connector (D)
from Wiring Harness (60) into the back of the
passenger’s side vehicle headlight.
Figure 18. Driver’s Side Headlight
6. Connect the Black Rubber Connector (E) from
Wiring Harness (60) into the OEM Wiring Harness
(F). OEM Wiring Harness (F) is the vehicle
connector that was unplugged from the back of
the headlight in Step 4.
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1. Disconnect the driver’s side headlight connector
plug (C) from the back of the driver’s side vehicle
headlight.
2. Connect the Blue Sealed Beam Connector (A)
from Wiring Harness (60) into the back of the
driver’s side vehicle headlight.
3.
Connect the Black Rubber Connector (B) from Wiring
Harness (60) into the OEM Wiring Harness (C). OEM
Wiring Harness (C) is the vehicle connector that was
unplugged from the back of the headlight in Step 1.
Note: If your connectors do not match the connectors
on the wiring harness or you have a four-headlight
system a Headlight Adapter Kit will be needed. If you
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Electrical System Wiring Procedure
NOTICE:
Before splicing into any electrical circuit, identify
the circuit with a test lamp. Failure to test circuits
may result in vehicle damage.
Figure 21. Internal Cab Wires
Figure 20. Connecting Park and Turn
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11. Pull the two BLACK wires (H), BLACK/RED wire
(I), and the 9 Pin Molex connector (G) from the
engine compartment into the cab through the 11/4” diameter hole in the firewall.
7. Connect the PINK wire from Wiring Harness (60)
to the passenger’s side turn signal wire. Use the
splice connector provided to you in the hardware
kit.
12. Install MSC03761 Split Rubber Grommet (Not
Shown) into the hole that was cut in the firewall.
8. Connect the VIOLET wire from Wiring Harness
(60) to the driver’s side turn signal wire. Use the
splice connector provided to you in the hardware
kit.
13. Connect the Two Tab Connectors (H) to
MSC04747 Headlight Toggle Switch (77A) as
illustrated in the figure above.
9. Connect the YELLOW wire from Wiring Harness
(60) to the driver’s side park light wire. Use the
splice connector provided to you in the hardware
kit.
NOTICE
Position the switch where it will not interfere
with driver’s ability to see and where it will not
affect the driver’s ability to operate the motor
vehicle.
Note: Be sure that the firewall is clear of obstructions
before drilling in Step 10.
10. Drill a 1-1/4" diameter hole through the firewall.
The hole should be located on the driver’s side, in
an easily accessible area.
14. Choose an area of the vehicle’s dashboard for the
light toggle switch to be mounted. Clean the area
thoroughly. Allow the area to dry completely.
15. Remove the adhesive backing and apply the
switch to the clean area of the dashboard. Apply
pressure for 30 seconds.
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Electrical System Wiring Procedure
Be sure the wire loom does not interfere with the
operation of the vehicle’s pedals.
16. Secure the 9 Pin Molex Connector (G) and wire
loom underneath the dashboard.
17. Plug the controller into the 9 Pin Molex Connector
(G).
18. Mount the plow control in a location that is
comfortable for the operator to reach, and where
the operator will not contact the control in the
event of a crash. (See “Straight Blade Controller
Mounting Instructions” located in this manual.)
19. Connect the BLACK/RED wire (I) to a “keyed”
12V+ ignition source.
Figure 22. Solenoid Connections.
Note: This 12V+ source should only be active when
the key is in the ON position. Failure to wire to a
“keyed” source can allow a condition to occur causing
the battery to drain.
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20. Connect the WHITE/BLACK wire (J) of Wiring
Harness (60) to the small terminal on Pump
Solenoid (64).
21. Connect the BROWN wire (K) of Wiring Harness
(60) to the small terminal on Pump Solenoid (64).
Note: Location of the wires on the small terminals
does not matter.
22. Attach Power Unit Solenoid (64) securely inside
the engine compartment. The Power Unit
Solenoid should be mounted in the upright
position as illustrated above.
Note: The solenoid must be installed so that the
solenoid posts do not contact the body, hood, or any
other conductive material on the vehicle.
23. Attach the eyelet end of RED Power/Ground
Cable (62) to the top of Pump Solenoid (64).
24. Connect Battery Cable (66) to the top post of
Pump Solenoid (64).
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Electrical System Wiring Procedure
Figure 24. Vehicle Connections
Figure 23. Battery Connections
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29. Mount the Black 15 Pin Control Harness
Connector to the lower area of the bumper using
MSC03813 Control Harness Mounting Bracket.
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25. Attach the eyelet end (N) of BLACK
Power/Ground Cable (62) to the negative battery
terminal.
30. Mount the BLACK and RED 2 Pin Power Ground
Connector to the lower area of the bumper using
MSC03491 Power Ground Mounting Bracket.
26. Connect the BROWN wire (Q) to the negative
battery terminal
Note: Installation location will vary depending on
truck.
27. Connect the unattached end (P) of Battery Cable
(66) to the positive battery terminal.
28. Connect the RED Fused wire (O) to the positive
battery terminal.
Figure 25. Relay Mounting.
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31. Attach the Relay Pack securely to the inside of the
engine compartment using four HDW01766 Sheet
Metal Screws. The relays should be positioned
upright as illustrated above.
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Electrical System Wiring Procedure
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Vehicle Headlight
Switch – ON
♦
Low Beam Lights on
Truck Indicator
♦
Plow Headlight Toggle
Switch –TRUCK
RESULTS - ONLY vehicle low beam headlights should be
illuminated.
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HIGH BEAM (Truck Lights)
♦
Vehicle Headlight
Switch – ON
♦
High Beam Indicator
Light – ON
♦
Plow Headlight Toggle
Switch –TRUCK
RESULTS - Only vehicle high beam headlights should be
illuminated.
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Figure 27. Vehicle Option Connector
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32. Locate vehicle option connector. Align the
connector so that the arrow on the Vehicle Option
Connector is positioned to match the vehicle it is
installed on. This is illustrated in Figure 27.
LOW BEAM (Plow Lights)
♦
Ignition - ON
♦
Vehicle Headlight Switch – ON
♦
Low Beam Lights on Truck Indicator
♦
Plow Headlight Toggle Switch -
PLOW
RESULTS - ONLY plow low beam headlights should be
illuminated.
Note: If your vehicle is not listed in the above figure
use the Default position, which is the Ford/GM
position. If the Vehicle Option Connector is not
properly connected the lights on the vehicle and/or
plow will not function correctly.
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NOTICE
All plow wiring should be secured within the
engine compartment in a position that provides
sufficient room so that hot or moving parts will
not be contacted. Vehicle damage could occur if
wires are not properly secured.
HIGH BEAM (Plow Lights)
♦
Ignition - ON
♦
Vehicle Headlight Switch – ON
♦
High Beam Indicator Light – ON
♦
Plow Headlight Toggle Switch –
PLOW
RESULTS - Only plow high beam headlights should be illuminated.
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TURN SIGNALS (Plow and Truck)
♦
Left Turn Signal Indicator – ON
RESULTS - Both Left Plow and Left Truck turn signal bulbs should be flashing.
♦
33. Secure all plow harness wiring.
Right Turn Signal Indicator – ON
RESULTS - Both Right Plow and Right Truck turn signal bulbs should be
flashing.
34. Attach the snowplow to the vehicle. Use the
“Snowplow Mounting Procedure” that is located in
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Park Lights (Plow and Truck)
this manual to properly attach the snowplow to the
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Park Lights on Vehicle – ON
vehicle.
35. Test for the proper operation of the Headlight Wiring RESULTS - All four, Left Plow, Right Plow, Left Truck, and Right Truck Park
Harness. Follow the procedures below.
Lights should be on.
Note: To test plow lights, the IGNITION must be in the ON
position.
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LOW BEAM (Truck Lights)
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Note: If any of the lights are not working properly, recheck the wiring against the “Electrical Wiring
Diagram” located in this manual and make any
necessary corrections.
Headlight Adapter Installation Procedure
Headlight Adapter Installation
Procedure
Figure 29. Dual Headlight Adapter Connections
G10151
Note: This is a general diagram for most 4-headlight
vehicles. All vehicles and headlight adapters may not
be identical. Installation will be very similar.
8. Disconnect OEM Headlight Connector Plugs (A
and D) from the back of the vehicle headlight.
Figure 28. Single Headlight Adapter Connections
G10149
9. Connect two ends of Headlight Adapter (73A) into
the back of the vehicle headlights.
Note: This is a general diagram for most 2-headlight
vehicles. All vehicles and headlight adapters may not
be identical. Installation will be very similar.
10. Connect the Black Rubber Female Socket (B) of
Headlight Adapter (73A) into the plow wiring
harness.
1. Disconnect the OEM Headlight Connector Plug
(A) from the back of the vehicle headlight.
11. Connect the Blue Sealed Beam Connector (C) of
Headlight Adapter (73B) into the plow wiring
harness.
2. Connect one end of Headlight Adapter (73A) into
the back of the vehicle headlight.
3. Connect the Black Rubber Female Socket (B) of
Headlight Adapter (73A) into the plow wiring
harness.
12. Connect the opposite end of Headlight Adapter
(73B) into the OEM Wiring Harness (A).
13. Grease, tuck, and secure OEM Connector Plug
(D). This connector is not used.
4. Connect the Blue Sealed Beam Connector (C) of
Headlight Adapter (73B) into the plow wiring
harness.
14. Repeat Steps 8 through 13 for the opposite side
headlight.
5. Connect the opposite end of Headlight Adapter
(73B) into the OEM Headlight Connector Plug (A).
15. Continue with the Step 7 of “Electrical System
Wiring Procedure” located in this manual.
6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for the opposite side
headlight.
Note: In some older vehicles it is not necessary to pull
power from both sides of the headlights. In this case
only three adapters will be needed. Follow the
Headlight Adapter Installation Instructions that are
packaged with the Headlight Adapter Kit.
7. Continue with the Step 7 of “Electrical System
Wiring Procedure” located in this manual.
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Electrical System Wiring Diagram
Figure 30. Electrical System Wiring Diagram
G10134
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Electrical System Wiring Schematic (Plow Side)
Figure 31. Electrical System Wiring Schematic (Plow Side)
G10137
23
Electrical System Wiring Schematic (Truck Side)
Figure 32. Electrical System Wiring Schematic (Truck Side)
G10137
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RT3 Straight Blade Manifold Wiring Diagrams
ORANGE
RED
BLUE
GREEN RED/BLACK
WHITE
Figure 33. HYD07045 Standard Duty Manifold Wiring Diagram
G10136
WHITE/BLACK
MAIN HARNESS
ORANGE JUMPER WIRE
BLACK JUMPER WIRE
ORANGE
BLAC
K
BLUE
GREEN
RED
RED/BLACK
SELECTOR SWITCH
SMART HITCH 2
(SMARTHITCH 2 ONLY)
WHITE
WHITE JUMPER WIRE
Figure 34. HYD07065 Super Duty Manifold Wiring Diagram
G10135
Wire Color
Wire Function
Green
Red
White
Orange
Red/Black
Blue
Black
Blade Left
Blade Right
Lift
Lower
Blade Right
Blade Left
SmartHitch 2 (12V)
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Hydraulic Power Unit Fill Procedure
Hydraulic Power Unit Fill
Procedure
4. With the plow in the raised position, cycle through
both angle functions several times.
5. Lower the plow to the ground.
Note: If your plow will not lower, Flow Control Valve
(30D) is completely closed. Refer to Step 8 to adjust
Flow Control Valve (30D).
FULL
Figure 36. Oil Full Level
G00000
Plow Position to Check Oil: The plow should be
attached to the truck, setting flat on the ground, with
the blade in the straight position.
Figure 35. External Fill – Backside View
6. With the blade in the straight position and the
plow lowered to the ground, check the fluid level.
Fluid should be visible in the external fill port. If
fluid is not visible, fill until visible. Your reservoir
should now be properly filled.
G10124
Step 1 of the following fill procedure is intended for a
new plow with an empty hydraulic system.
Initial Plow Position: Start with the plow un-attached
from the vehicle and the lift cylinder completely
collapsed. The light tower will be tilted forwarded.
Note: If your plow is equipped with SmartHitch 2™
you must hydraulically power the light tower down.
Do not manually pull the light tower down. Failure to
hydraulically power the light tower down will create an
air pocket in the hydraulic system. Oil will spill out of
your internal filler cap.
1. Remove HYD04810 Fill Cap (20F) from
HYD04809 Street Elbow (20G) and fill with Boss
High Performance Hydraulic Fluid. Continue to fill
Street Elbow (20G) until no more fluid will be
accepted. (Approx. 2 quarts.)
WARNING: When adjusting Flow Control Valve
(30D) make sure all appendages are clear of the
plow blade and observers are standing a safe
distance away from the plow blade. The plow may
drop if your controller is in the FLOAT position.
Make sure your controller is in the OFF position
before attempting to adjust the plow. Failure to
follow this warning could result in bodily harm.
2. Attach the plow to the vehicle.
Note: If your plow is equipped with SmartHitch 2™
you must hydraulically power the light tower up. Do
not manually push the tower up. Failure to
hydraulically power the light tower up will create an air
pocket in the hydraulic system. Oil will spill out of
your internal filler cap.
7. Adjust Flow Control Valve (30D) to obtain the
speed desired for lowering the plow by loosening
the jam nut, then adjusting the set screw.
Counter-clockwise adjustment will increase the
speed the plow descends. Retighten the jam nut
when the desired speed is obtained.
3. Raise the plow.
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RT3 Headlight Aiming Procedure
Headlight Aiming
Procedure
4) Mark (or tape) the vehicle centerline of the
headlights and the vehicle itself on the screen.
Mark the horizontal centerline of the headlights on
the screen (distance from ground to headlight
centers).
NOTICE:
The installer of these snowplow lights must
certify that installation conforms to applicable
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
Screen Located
25' From Headlights
Align With Vehicle
Centerline Vertical Centerline Ahead
of Right Headlight
1) Place the vehicle on a level surface 25 feet in
front of a matte-white screen, such as a garage
door. The screen should be perpendicular to both
the ground and the vehicle.
High Intensity Zones
For Type 2 (Sealed Beam)
Headlights on Low Beam
2) The vehicle should be equipped for normal
operation. The snowplow blade should be in
place and in the raised position.
3) Below are some points listed by the Society of
Automotive engineers (SAE) pertinent to headlight
aiming. These points can be found in publication
#SAEJ5991D.
Distance Between
Headlight Centers
Preparation for Headlight Aim or Inspection
Before checking beam aim, the inspector shall:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Figure 37. Headlight Aiming Procedure
Remove ice or mud from under fenders.
See that no tire is noticeably deflated.
Check vehicle springs for sag or broken leaves.
See that there is no load in the vehicle other than the
driver.
Check functioning of any “level-ride” controls.
Clean lenses and aiming pads.
Check for bulb burnout, broken mechanical aiming
pads, and proper beam switching.
Stabilize suspension by rocking vehicle sideways.
G10153
5) The correct visual aim for Type 2 headlights is
with the top edge of the high intensity zone of the
lower beam below the horizontal centerline and
the left edge of the high intensity zone on the
vertical centerline. See diagram below.
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Hydraulic Valve Assembly Parts List
Figure 38. Straight Blade Manifold with SmartHitch™ Parts Diagram
Ref.
30
30A
30B
30C
30D
30E
30F
30G
30H
30I
30J
30K
30L
30M
Description
Hydraulic Valve Assembly with SmartHitch (Red)
Hydraulic Valve Assembly (SmartHitch Ready) (Red)
Hydraulic Valve, Lift/Lower Cartridge
Hydraulic Valve, Angle Cartridge (3 Position - 4 Way Spool)
Hydraulic Valve, SmartHitch Attach
Hydraulic Valve, Flow Control Cartridge
Relief Valve, Hydraulic Crossover (4000 PSI)
Check Valve
Coil, Hydraulic Valve - used with valve HYD01637
Coil, Hydraulic Valve - used with valve HYD07029
Ground Strap, Hydraulic Valve - used with valve HYD01637
Ground Strap, Hydraulic Valve Dual - used with valve HYD07029
Nut, Coil - used with valve HYD01637
Nut, Coil - used with valve HYD07029
Nut, Coil - used with valve HYD07047
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G10072
Part Number
Qty
HYD07065
HYD07045
HYD01637
HYD07029
HYD07047
HYD07048
HYD07027
HYD01640
HYD01638
HYD07030
HYD01647
HYD07032
HYD07059
HYD07066
HYD07060
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
3
1
2
1
1
Straight Blade Controllers
Joystick Control Operating
Instructions
Figure 39. Straight Blade Control Operation
G10154
1. Toggle the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. A
red indicator light will illuminate on the switch.
The joystick is now active.
2. To RAISE the blade of the plow, pull the control
stick towards you.
3. To LOWER the blade of the plow, push the
control stick away from you.
4. To FLOAT the blade along the contour of the
plowing surface, push the controller away from
you until the stick reaches the detented position.
(You will feel the stick click into the detented
position.) The joystick will stay in the FLOAT
position until it is physically re-centered on the
control box.
5. To ANGLE the blade RIGHT, push the controller
stick to the right.
6. To ANGLE the blade LEFT, push the controller
stick to the left.
7. The control should be turned off when not in
use. It can then be unplugged and stored.
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Straight Blade Controllers
JOYSTICK CONTROL
UNIVERSAL MOUNTING KIT MSC04026
Floor
Mount
Door
Mount
Reference Number
40A
40B
40C
40D
A
B
C
Description
Joystick, Intermediate Mounting Bracket
Joystick, Mounting Bracket
Joystick, Spring Clip
Pad, Foam
Screw, #8-32 X 1/4 Machine Black
Washer, #10 Flatwasher Black
Nut, #8-32 X 3/16 Alum Binding Post
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Part Number
MSC04028
MSC04029
MSC04027
MSC04038
HDW05591
HDW05592
HDW05593
Straight Blade Controllers
SmartTouchTM Control
Mounting Instructions
SmartTouchTM Control
Operating Instructions
ON/OFF SWITCH
BLADE RAISE/LOWER
MAGNET
METAL PLATE
ANGLE RIGHT
ANGLE LEFT
Figure 41. SmartTouch Mounting Hardware
G00000
1. Remove the Magnet and the Metal Plate from
MSC04602 Magnetic Mount Kit.
Figure 40. Straight Blade Control Instructions
G00000
2. Use the enclosed alcohol wipe to clean a spot
on the vehicle interior where you want to place
the SmartTouchTM Control.
1. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the right to turn the
Handheld Control on. Green LED indicators will
light up on the control.
3. Peel off the paper backing on the back of
Magnet.
2. To RAISE or LOWER the blade of the plow,
press the center button to the desired position.
4. Apply the Magnet on to the spot of the interior
that was just previously cleaned. Apply
pressure for 30 seconds.
3. Holding the LOWER button for 2 seconds will
activate the Automatic “FLOAT” feature. (The
center LED indicator will turn RED.)
5. Clean the back of the SmartTouchTM Control
with the alcohol wipe.
Note: The FLOAT feature allows the plow blade to
mirror the contour of the ground.
6. Peel off the backing of the Metal Plate to
expose adhesive.
Note: Press the raise button to turn the FLOAT
function off.
7. Apply the Metal Plate to the back of the
SmartTouchTM Control. Apply pressure for 30
seconds.
4. Pressing the Angle Left button will swing the
plow to the left, pushing snow to the left.
NOTICE: After mounting the magnet, let it sit
unused for 24 hours before attaching the
SmartTouchTM Control to insure secure
mounting.
5. Pressing the Angle Right button will swing the
plow to the right, pushing snow to the right.
6. The control should be turned off when not in
use. It can then be unplugged and stored.
8. Place SmartTouchTM Control against the
magnet.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Troubleshooting Guide
Glossary of Problems:
1. Pump motor does not run.
2. Pump continues to run with switch in neutral.
3. Plow will not lower.
4. Plow will not raise or raises slowly, motor runs.
5. Blade Angles While Plowing Snow
6. Plow lowers too fast.
7. Blade will not angle, but motor runs.
8. Blade angles too easily while plowing.
9. Oil leaks from cylinders.
10. Battery goes dead with all switches in neutral.
11. Plow lights are dim, will not come on or flicker.
12. Turn signals flash at a rapid rate.
13. High beam indicator light not functioning properly.
14. Oil runs out of fill cap of hydraulic pump.
15. Pump chatters when raising the plow or angling blade.
PROBLEM
1. Pump motor does not
run.
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK
Check power/ground
cables and control cables
are connected properly.
Check for voltage at pump
motor while ignition switch
is on and LIFT control
button is pushed.
Check for power to the
solenoid by testing for
voltage between both
large terminals and
ground.
Check for voltage between
the other large terminal of
the solenoid and ground
while jumping power to the
small terminals with the
white wire.
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RESULT
Connect.
If voltage is present, pump
motor has failed or pump
has seized. Motor brushes
may be replaced, otherwise
replace pump/motor
assembly.
If voltage is not present
between one large terminal
and ground, the cable
between the battery and
solenoid is disconnected or
broken.
If NO voltage is present,
solenoid has failed and
must be replaced. If
voltage is present, wire
from small terminal of
solenoid to ground may be
disconnected or broken.
Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK
Test power to the control
box by checking voltage
between black wire and
ground at the white 9-pin
connector.
2. Pump continues to run
with switch in neutral.
Disconnect controller,
ignition ON.
3. Plow will not lower.
Check power/ground
cables and control cables
are connected properly.
Check flow control valve.
Check wiring on valve
manifold for proper
connections.
Check for voltage between
solenoid valve terminal
and ground with ignition
switch on and control
switch in FLOAT position.
Test power to the control
box by checking voltage
between black wire and
ground at the white 9-pin
connector.
4. Plow will not raise or
raises slowly (pump motor
runs).
Check hydraulic fluid level.
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RESULT
If NO voltage is present,
power from fuse box has
become disconnected. If
voltage is present check
wiring and control box
switch.
If pump continues to run,
solenoid has failed in the
closed position. Quickly
remove power to the pump
by disconnecting the
power/ground cables to the
plow. Replace solenoid.
If pump stops running,
check wiring of switch box
for short between black and
white/black wire in control
box, or failed switch.
Connect.
If flow control valve is
completely closed, place
RAISE/LOWER switch on
controller in NEUTRAL,
then open the flow control
valve.
Refer to the Manifold Wiring
Diagram in this manual.
If voltage is present
solenoid valve or valve coil
has failed. Replace valve.
If NO voltage is present,
power from fuse box has
become disconnected. If
voltage is present, check
wiring and switch of control
box.
Hydraulic fluid level should
be within ¾” from top of
reservoir when lowered.
See Hydraulic Fluid Fill
Procedure located in this
manual.
Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK
Check that power/ground
cables and control cable
are connected properly.
Check wiring on valve
manifold for proper
connections.
Load test battery.
Check pressure at
pressure port of pump.
Check LIFT Solenoid
Valve
5. Blade angles while
plowing snow.
Check angle solenoid
valve on manifold
Check pressure
6. Plow lowers too fast.
Check flow control valve.
7. Blade will not angle or
angles slowly, motor runs.
Check hydraulic fluid level.
Check power/ground
cables and control cable
are connected properly.
Check wiring on valve
manifold for proper
connections.
Load test battery.
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RESULT
Connect.
Refer to the Manifold Wiring
Diagram in this manual.
Replace battery if weak or
defective.
If pressure is less than
2500 psi (at end of lift).
Motor brushes may be
defective, pump pressure
relief valve may be
contaminated, damaged, or
set less than 2500 psi,
pump may be worn.
Lift solenoid valve not
opening completely.
Replace.
Check wiring and controller.
If solenoid valve is
contaminated, clean or
replace.
If pressure relief valve is
contaminated, clean or
replace.
Close flow control valve to
desired drop speed.
Hydraulic fluid level should
be within ¾” from top of
reservoir when lowered.
See Hydraulic Fluid Fill
Procedure located in this
manual.
Connect.
Refer to the Manifold Wiring
Diagram in this manual.
Replace battery if weak or
defective.
Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK
Check Angle solenoid
valve.
8. Blade angles too easily
while plowing.
Pressure relief valve
pressure set too low.
9. Oil leaks from cylinders.
Loose packing.
Check rod condition.
10. Battery goes dead with
all switches in neutral.
11. Plow lights are dim, will
not come on or flicker.
Possible short in switches.
Possible short in wiring
harness.
Possible short in valve
coils.
Check electrical
connections.
Check headlight adapter
wires.
12. Turn signals flash at a
rapid rate.
13. High beam indicator
does not function properly.
Check Relay. Relay
should click when
activated.
Check flasher.
Check headlight adapters.
Check electrical
connections to plow
lights/truck lights toggle
switch.
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RESULT
Angle solenoid valve not
opening completely.
Replace.
Check wiring and controller.
See an Authorized BOSS
Dealer for pressure relief
valve adjustment.
Tighten packing 1/8-turn
increments until leak stops.
If rods are pitted or rough,
polish with copus cloth or
extra fine steel wool.
Inspect wiring of controller.
Repair damaged wire.
Replace coils.
Clean and repair any
corroded or damaged
terminals.
Verify proper headlight
adapters are being used
and are correctly installed.
Replace Relay.
Replace original vehicle
flasher with heavy-duty sixlamp flasher provided.
Verify proper headlight
adapters are being used
and are correctly installed.
Refer to the Electrical
Wiring Diagram in this
manual.
Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
14. Plow does not clean-up
snow from low areas.
15. Oil running out of fill cap
of hydraulic pump.
16. Pump chatters when
raising plow or angling
blade.
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK
UP/DOWN switch not in
neutral.
Watch customer mount
and dismount plow for
proper procedure.
Pump reservoir over filled.
Hitting snow banks too
hard.
Hydraulic fluid low.
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RESULT
Place switch in FLOAT
position.
Power SmartHitch functions
if installed. See Mounting
instructions.
Reservoir should be filled to
¾” from top.
Do not plow recklessly.
Add hydraulic fluid.
Reservoir should be filled to
¾” from top.
Recommended Pushbeam Height
15 1/2
Figure 42. Recommended Pushbeam Height
G10155
Recommended Bolt Torque
Dia. / Pitch
GRADE 5 (ft-lbs)
GRADE 8 (ft-lbs)
1 / 4” – 20
6
9
5 / 16” – 18
14
19
3 / 8” – 16
23
33
7 / 16” – 14
38
53
1 / 2” – 13
56
80
9 / 16” – 12
82
116
5 / 8” – 11
113
159
3 / 4” – 10
201
283
Figure 43. Recommended Bolt Torque
G00000
NOTE: The torque values listed above are based on dry, coated bolts, variables such as oil, or other
lubrications may appreciably alter these values and must be taken in to consideration.
NOTICE: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL FASTENERS BE PROPERLY TORQUED TO ASSURE A
SAFE OPERATING PLOW.
37
BOSS SNOWPLOW
COMMERCIAL WARRANTY
What this warranty covers:
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship except as set forth below.
Who is covered:
The original purchaser from an authorized dealer.
For how long:
Parts: One year from the date of purchase.
Labor: One year from the date of purchase.
What BOSS PRODUCTS will do:
BOSS PRODUCTS will, at its sole option, repair or replace defective parts at no charge.
What you must do to for warranty service:
To obtain warranty service, purchaser must return the defective snowplow to any authorized BOSS
PRODUCTS dealer (preferably the one from whom the snowplow was purchased) within the warranty period.
Purchaser must be able to verify the original purchase date. All transportation costs to and from the dealer will
be the responsibility of the purchaser. To locate the authorized BOSS dealer nearest to you, call toll free: (800)
286-4155.
What is not covered:
This warranty does not cover:
1. Expendable parts such as hoses, plow shoes, cutting edges, pins, nuts, bolts, blade guides, etc.
2. Snowplows or parts repaired or altered by anyone other than an authorized BOSS PRODUCTS dealer.
3. Snowplows or parts which have been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, improper installation,
maintenance, care or storage.
4. Snowplows mounted on vehicles other than those listed in the BOSS SNOWPLOW APPLICATION
CHART AND SELECTION GUIDE.
5. BOSS PRODUCTS does not assume liability for damage to your motor vehicle resulting from the
attachment or use of a BOSS PRODUCTS snowplow. Vehicle risk is the sole responsibility of the
purchaser.
Limits of BOSS Products Liability are:
BOSS PRODUCT’S LIABILITY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF
DEFECTIVE PARTS. BOSS PRODUCTS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONTINGENT DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF DAMAGES ARE CAUSED BY
THE NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT OF BOSS PRODUCTS.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND
IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This warranty does not apply if you purchased your snowplow for personal, family, or household use. In this
case, refer to the BOSS Snowplow Limited Consumer Warranty.
BOSS PRODUCTS is a division of
4/01
(2001-2002)
Northern Star Industries, Inc.
PO Box 788
North U.S. Hwy 2
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
38
BOSS SNOWPLOW LIMITED
CONSUMER WARRANTY
What the warranty covers:
BOSS PRODUCTS warrants to the original retail purchaser of a BOSS snowplow who purchases it for personal,
family or household use, that the snowplow will be free from defects in material and workmanship except as set forth
below.
Warranty period:
Parts: One year from the date of purchase.
Labor: One year from the date of purchase.
What BOSS PRODUCTS will do:
If, within the warranty period, the snowplow is found to be defective, BOSS PRODUCTS will repair or replace, at its
sole option, the defective parts at no charge to the original purchaser.
What you must do for warranty service:
To obtain service under this warranty, purchaser must return the defective snowplow to an authorized BOSS
PRODUCTS dealer (preferably the one from whom the snowplow was purchased). The purchaser must establish the
warranty period by verifying the original purchased date. All transportation costs to and from the dealer will be the
responsibility of the purchaser. To locate the authorized BOSS dealer nearest to you, call toll free: (800) 286-4155.
What is not covered:
This limited warranty does not cover the following:
1. Expendable parts such as hoses, plow shoes, cutting edges, pins, nuts, bolts, blade guides, etc.
2. Snowplows or parts repaired or altered by anyone other than an authorized BOSS PRODUCTS dealer.
3. Snowplows or parts which have been subject to misuse or service, negligence, accident, improper installation,
maintenance, care or storage.
4. Snowplows mounted on vehicles other than those listed in the BOSS SNOWPLOW APPLICATION CHART
AND SELECTION GUIDE.
5. BOSS PRODUCTS does not assume any liability for motor vehicle damage resulting from the attachment or use
of a BOSS PRODUCTS snowplow. Vehicle risk is the sole responsibility of the purchaser.
Warranty limitations:
THIS WARRANTY IS OFFERED IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY.
THE DURATION OF ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED
TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
BOSS PRODUCTS LIABILITY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OF THE SNOWPLOW,
INCLUDING LABOR AND REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS. BOSS PRODUCTS SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONTINGENT DAMAGES WHATSOEVER,
EVEN IF DAMAGES ARE CAUSED BY BOSS PRODUCTS NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
State laws:
Some states do not allow exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or the limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so these limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have the other rights which vary from state to state.
This warranty does not apply if you purchased your snowplow for other than personal, family, or household use. If so, refer to
the BOSS Snowplow Commercial Warranty.
BOSS PRODUCTS is a division of
4/01
(2001-2002)
Northern Star Industries, Inc.
PO Box 788
North U.S. Hwy 2
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
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