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Old September 17th, 2006, 05:41 PM
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I have no power out on my M10000 -- can't find a wiring diagram for it that actually tells me which 2 of the 4 solenoids power out ("in" is working fine). Anyone have any ideas?

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Old September 17th, 2006, 06:18 PM
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Try www.warnserviceparts.com for parts and information. The solenoids for some of the older control boxes are NLA from Warn but replacements can still be found from Cole-Hersee. I used P/N CH24021 on the last winch I fixed.
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Old September 17th, 2006, 06:39 PM
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Thanks, Rob -- got the solenoids ($14 ea. from Lee Transport) -- direct match for at least the 10K and 12K. I'll call Warn in the morning to see if they can help, though I can't find a schematic for the solenoid pack on their website.
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In the interest of closing this thread if anyone else has this issue: this was for an M10000, but should, according to Warn, apply for the M12000. I haven't tested this yet as I'm at work, but if you follow the wiring harness from the remote, there will be a green wire and a black wire, each of which is attached to a solenoid. The Green wire is attached to Power in, the black to Power out. The 2 solenoids for each function (in or out) are located kitty-corner from each other. So, in my case (again, no power out), I will replace the solenoid with the black wire attached and the one kitty corner from it.

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