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    I have a series 24 plow that was on my 98 jeep wrangler. I have put on my 2000 dakota having a hard time finding the light harness numbers any help would be appreciated

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    The plow side is 99100196 ill look at my manual tomorrow and post it. That's if Mr basher
    does not get to it first. Do you have relay DPDT that pt# is 96101536

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    I am not sure about relay # but there is a relay with like 10 wires that go to it. I have the 2 harnesses that come connected to the lights I believe I need the one that hooks to existing truck lights

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    I'm still waiting to here back from my Rep on the part # I have called him a few times.
    Sorry

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    It's just Basher i had to dig in the archives to confirm.

    Sorry but your Jeep harness will not work. You need a 99100197 Harness and a 99100412 adapter.

    The 10 pin headlight relay is the same.
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    Thanks basher that's why my Rep has not called me back. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer2plower View Post
    Thanks basher that's why my Rep has not called me back. *
    I have some really old fit sheets
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    Did you have to dust the Cobb webs off of them. Or go to the back of cave
    and find them.

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    Thank you both for replying Basher do you happen to have either or both for sale

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    Maybe. I'll check tomorrow or you can call 888 448 2464 and ask.
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    How about the harness for a 2000 Chevy blazer ZR2
    OR a s10 blazer of the same year and cost for a 24D
    7'6" looking at getting a new to me driveway rig. I'm
    turning down a lot of work. My f250 with a 29R is my
    commercial ride its to big for driveways. Thanks and cost
    I will buy it from you if I get it. Don't know yet. Thanks.
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer2plower View Post
    How about the harness for a 2000 Chevy blazer ZR2
    OR a s10 blazer of the same year and cost for a 24D
    7'6" looking at getting a new to me driveway rig. I'm
    turning down a lot of work. My f250 with a 29R is my
    commercial ride its to big for driveways. Thanks and cost
    I will buy it from you if I get it. Don't know yet. Thanks.
    Dave
    Ok there is no 24D 26 series now. I'll check harnesses tomorrow when I'm nearer the "library".
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    Since I kinda have your attention the same plow which has power down, drifts down while driving any easy answer on why so when I call tomorrow I can order part thank you

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    Does it cycle repeatedly when you have the DP on? you could have a tired lift valve or a worn lift ram. To check the ram remove the lift hose from the block. engage DP, does fluid come out the lift hose wit every DP "pulse"?
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    Yes it does cycle I have not taken the line off yet

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    I know I can get another 24d for 550 if I want it. Looking at another zr2 blazer.
    I know I will have to modify the mount. To fit just no light harness.
    Thanks Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer2plower View Post
    I know I can get another 24d for 550 if I want it. Looking at another zr2 blazer.
    I know I will have to modify the mount. To fit just no light harness.
    Thanks Dave
    Worth $550 for a parts piece. I might track that vintage blazer mount down. I think you have to modify it for a ZR2
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    No that's not needed on the mount. All I have to do is cut two pieces off and drill 4 holes.
    and the mount will fit. If I go this route a long bed ext cab f250 is a long truck for driveways. Thanks bashe no need to rush still in the thanking part of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basher View Post
    Worth $550 for a parts piece. I might track that vintage blazer mount down. I think you have to modify it for a ZR2
    I'm taking a 24g off a 2000 Sonoma HighRider (ZR-2) and will have the mount for sale. I has been modified with spacer blocks to allow for the ZR-2 suspension rise. Let me know if interested.

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