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Warn Winch Schematic

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I have a 93 Big Bear 350 with a Warn winch (200lb) with rotary control. I was wondering if anyone has a wiring schematic for it.

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Thanx for the rply. Found the issue with the winch. !st a defective solenoind and 2nd had to clean the brushes on the motor.

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