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Old 06-25-2001, 12:42 PM
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Default XD9000i troublshooting?

Does anyone know how to test a WARN XD9000i winch? I can't see where the four silenoids un-screw from? Either direction gets a click but no go on the motor? I've been told to test the silenoids but don't know how? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated! Thanks...

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Old 06-25-2001, 01:05 PM
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Warn doesn't want you troubleshooting it yourself- they want you to ship it to one of their authorized service centers.... anyway- heres how you check it out, take off the solenoid pack cover- make a DETAILED diagram of where each wire attaches to each solenoid. Take a battery charger and hook it to the actuator terminals and you should hear a click, take a voltmeter and see if you have closed the circuit ( you should have continuity) do this for each of the 4 solenoids. Once you have determined which needs replacing, sounds like you have two of them faulty- call WARN and get replacements. the winch needs to be taken off the truck and dissassembled to change the solenoids BUT- after you have them out, take a grinder and nip off a little of the ear on the back side, later you can take them out a little easier. there was a solenoid problem on the first XD9000i's- make sure if yours is that era that you get 4 new style solenoids otherwise you'll be doing this again soon. Good luck, Luke

PS- Warn will not provide any wiring diagrams or anything because they don't want you to work on it yourself.

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