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Good day,

I am slowly installing my winch (in-between chasing kids and working). I believe the easiest key on power source is going to be off the 12v accessory plug (if i'm wrong please tell me). It has two wires thou and I just want to confirm the "white wire with the black stripe" is the ground wire? Sorry for the dumb question but my circuit tester died on me and I won't be able to replace it for a few days.

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Jack
 

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green ground white black stripe is positive
 

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Yes and you're welcome
 

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Flapless Jack you can also order an Accessory Sub Harness #08Z02-HL3-A00 from Honda for $5.95 which replaces the short harness going to the power plug and gives you a switched plug in which allows you just plug in you power wire and not have to alter the factory harness. I am using this harness to activate my power relay to power up my switch panel that I am currently assembling.
 

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Great thanks White park….I'm going to look into that. Does this have multiple inputs or just room for the one accessory? The warn winch key-on power thou is a bare wire so I'm going to have to splice into something anyway instead of just plugging in…..correct me if i'm wrong. I like the idea of not having to splice any wires thou!
 

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you can use a scotchlok to hook that keyed power for the Warn into the accessory power outlet wire. no need to cut and splice.
 

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This harness gives you an extra positive and negative wire with a plug for each using a bullet connector. You replace the original harness that goes to the power plug which is a harness about 8 inches long with the new harness.
 

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I hear yah Moose but if I'm not mistaken those Scotchloks are kinda junkie…..no where near as strong as solder and tape. I know the scotchlok would be much easier and faster I question how it might stand up against the constant vibration and abuse from off road riding. Any thoughts?

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Ok..Thanks for the info White. I'll see how long it would take to get one. I have a feeling it would take a few weeks to get this in and I don't have the patients to wait ;)
 
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