Hello the red wire from battery goes to solenoid with the nut on it. And the other side with the nut goes to the starter motor. Sometimes there will be a B for + and a M for starter motor on the solenoid. On the + side of solenoid front of the + cable from battery a blue/black wire will go there. and the other side of solenoid will be a blue/white wire. I hope this helps
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You first want to use a test light to check to see if power is getting to the starter with the key on. If there is your starter is bad. If there is no power to the starter with the key on the ignition switch is bad.
Not sure this will apply, but most motors that can be setup for either 110 or 220 will have leads inside the motor connection box that need to be reconfigured to convert the voltage. If you simply rewired the plug over to 220V, then you will need to redo the leads inside the motor as well.
your artic cat may have a plug for your winch and again it may not. Call any artic cat dealer and tell them what you want to do. Have them recommend a winch that is compatable with your 4-wheeler and get a price that includes installation.
BROTHER; It sounds like you have a ground issue,clean all of your elect. connections with CRC, lectamotive. This will clean out the dirt and old grease, then greasy the connections with DI-ELECTRIC GREASE, nothing else. If you use any other grease you will have a short and more elect. problems. Try that and GOOD LUCK......GREASY