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victorsam
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« on: June 26, 2011, 11:08:05 AM »

I am troubleshooting my tops failure to move.  It would move fine and then stop about half way.  I would wait a few minutes, then it would operate again.  I am thinking the circuit breaker would reset.  Yesterday after it stopped, I could not really get it going again so I began trying to track down the culprit.  The pump motor operates sporadically.  So starting there I need to check if it operating even while no hooked to the hydraulic lines. 

My question regards the wiring of the pump itself.  There are 3 leads, one of which is ground.  Does 12 volts on one lead spin the pump in one directions while 12 volts on the other lead spin it in the other?  Should I be able to test this on the bench?

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Ed Bertrand
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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2011, 12:07:24 PM »

Yep. Just put 12 Volts to the green wire to lower the top or 12 Volts to the red wire to raise the top. There's a complete troubleshooting procedure in the Fisher Body manual.

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