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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-26-2008, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Winch Wiring?

Anybody have some pics of their winch wiring? Where did you mount contact box? I got a hardcore 4500 for xmas and need some help with ideas for mounting and routing the wiring. Thanks in advance
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OK, mostly done. I just need a source of key on power for the switches. Anyone have a wiring diagram for a 09 700?
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OK, mostly done. I just need a source of key on power for the switches. Anyone have a wiring diagram for a 09 700?
If you look under the hood on the backside of the dash where all of the wiring goes to the switches theres an empty connecter that is powered while ignition is on...


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If you look under the hood on the backside of the dash where all of the wiring goes to the switches theres an empty connecter that is powered while ignition is on...
Where? I've never seen that.


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Where? I've never seen that.
It Y's off of the harness behind the dash right near where the Digidash wiring splits off... Its just a white connecter that isnt connected. One of the wires are hot when the key is on.


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It Y's off of the harness behind the dash right near where the Digidash wiring splits off... Its just a white connecter that isnt connected. One of the wires are hot when the key is on.
Is it for something?


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Is it for something?
Dunno?!? but it had a dummy connection to block it off when i found it.....


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I found it. It has a block off plug in it. I would guess its for a factory add on like a winch. Thanks for the tip. Now I need a plow.
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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 07:08 PM
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Here is some pics

The power on wire is behind and below the breather. I took the connector apart, pulled the rubber plug out, fed the wire through it, and pushed it into the connector with a small screwdriver. I snapped the connector on, pushed the rubber plugged back in and taped it.. By the way don't drop the rubber plug. It it hard to find.









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