Thought I may be able to save one of you new guys some troubleshooting in the future. Long story short, my Western plow would not angle or raise and there was a clicking noise under the hood. I replaced the solenoid and it is as good as new. Caution- your plow will lower, but not raise itself up when the solenoid is bad. If you carry a jack, no problem. You just raise the plow with the jack and put your chain in a higher link to hold the plow up. I'm not terribly handy, so I felt pretty good about diagnosing and fixing something I have no experience with. Once I get the manuals, I won't be reliant on my local dealer. (Thank god!) Hope this helps one of you out. Also, I'm going to put a spare behind the seat along with my hoses-- for future use. I'm sure this isn't news to many of you, but thought it may help someone since it seems like a fairly common problem. As with anything electronic, eventually it will go. After 10 years (age of my plow) you expect as much. The part cost $13.50. A spare is cheap considering I could potentially lose an account if unable to perform service in a timely manner.