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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-25-2017, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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I have an older 2007 Prowler 640 H1 I just bought that I am cleaning up to give to my Dad. The winch isn't working...I think there maybe a couple of issues...The winch doesn't have a number on it that I can see....the label say Warn Winch - Acrtic Cat....no number....anybody have an idea what aize it would be or can tell me how to id it?


1) Under the seat there is an in-line fuse on the (6 gauge?) cable from the starter solenoid to the winch solenoid....it blew at some point and the previous owner what stuffed tin foil in....it looks like the fuse about 3/8" diameter and about 1.5" long.....does anybody know what size it would be? I can't find it on any wiring schematics.


2) Other issue is when I hit the winch switch all I get is clicking from the which solenoid....I can feel it. I assume it is blown but don't know what size to get....are they all the same? Not sure why but even with the missing fuse it still clicks


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sorry no help but to guess

there are usually more than one solenoid and they are usually the weak link design ... test them with a volt ohm meter

you should be able to get some info from Warn's 1-800 give them a call ... IIRC the lower size winches Warn makes use many of the same components no matter the winch size be 2500 / 3000 LBS or what ever


BTW if you need to replace look at KFI a value price quality winch

https://www.kfiproducts.com/winches.html


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Welcome to the site! The solenoid clicking indicates the control wiring and solenoid works. Check the voltage from the starter solenoid to the winch solenoid for battery voltage. Should be constant hot. The solenoid should have two heavy cables going to the winch, one for out, and the other in. The warn winch for artic act I believe is a 3.000 pound and AC shows the part number in there accessories for Prowlers. Warn winch has a service pack for the motor if that is what failed. I'd bypass the fuse until you make sure the winch works, but I'm guessing it is a 20 amp fuse. Try Part # 24366-377 for the winch. Check out the warn site for more info.

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Welcome to the site! It should be a Warn 3000 lb winch part number 2257-571, I still have the manual for mine.
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'07 Prowler 650 H1 XT, L.E.D. stop/turn signals, Summit Racing heater, AC winch, AC windshield, soft cab & doors, 6' Eagle Plow, oil gauge, Maxxis MT-762 truck tires, AC Fender Flares, E-Brake alarm, Yutrax UTV Jump Seat, Dynatek CDI
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Here's a parts list.
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Thanks Guys....Let me see if I can get the fuse replaced first and go from there.....my son thanks it is a 100 amp fuse....don't think I have ever seen a 3/8" diamater by 1.5" long fuse...

Thanks for the Warn schematic that helps...
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