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Warn ZEON s10 (Wiring Questions)

Hi folks, I asked some of these questions a while back, but in the wrong area... Can you folks tell me what you think is right for what I am doing.


1. should I have a quick disconnect at the pinch for power (I currently do).

2. Should I add the Warn power interrupt kit and control it from my switch pod (thinking about doing this now).

3. Or should I be doing something else...

I have a switch on my switch pod for powering up the winch, and I have already installed the disconnect for the power wire...

I have almost ordered the interrupt kit twice today... but then I second guess my plan...

thanks for your thoughts...

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Well it looks like the power wire runs through the grill so you do need the disconnect to remove the grille, if I am looking at it right.

As far as the power interrupt, I have one since I heard some kids spooled out some guys winch, threw it over the roof, attached it to the rear bumper, and then did something ugly. And I wired it to switched power.

However, I live in FL and am not into mud so I haven't field tested it yet doing a recovery. I have only wheeled twice in WV (on vacay) and didn't need it either time. I did test it after install and all was good.
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Can you folks tell me what you think is right for what I am doing.

I have a switch on my switch pod for powering up the winch...
How did you wire the switch pod to power up the winch?
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I have a daystar switch pod (see pic above)... Basically I need the warn interrupt solenoid to turn on power... If you look at that kit, just think of me using my winch switch instead of the one they supply.

I'm still thinking it over but it sounds smart??
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