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Trying to wire up a warn rt25 winch am now at the 12v red wire to keyed line .Suzuki says accessory wire already avail which one and where is it

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There should be a spot in your fuse box to connect it to. You pobably need to put a contact clip(slide on) on your wire end. Personally I like it directly to battery, fused if needed and put a kill switch under the hood.

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