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Winches are out in the worst weather so before I looked at a wiring diagram I would be checking the condition of all the terminals for clean and tight. Next check the charge rate and condition of the battery driving the winch even having a load test done on that battery to see if all the cells are ok as when the solenoid clicks but no more the results are the same as a bad battery in the car.
Not real sure what you are asking. But I will give it a shot. If you have replaced the battery, and trying to re-hook the battery tender plug back up. The black wire is ground and the red side is the positive. If you have other wires follow them to there first main points. Any hot wire or positive will run to the starter relay, any wires that go to this relay are hot wires. From there they will run to the key/ign switch then to the right / left hand grip controls (ie lights, horn etc). Hope this helps
The battery is directly under the seat. You will have to first remove the tour pack, then unscrew the retaining screw on the back fender; once that screw is removed, you can remove the seat. You can't miss the battery, it is DIRECTLY under the seat; with the seat off you aer going to see a big black plastic cover; remove that and presto! the battery is exposed.
If you have a BMW style power outlet for accessories such as heated clothing you can use the battery tender to charge your battery through that connection. I have an '04 R1150RT which I've been charging this way since I bought it. It has a 15 amp fuse which is adequate for charging with a low amperage charger link the Battery Tender or Battery Tender JR. Don't use the connection to jump the battery as the starter will pull too much current through the 15 amp fuse. You can connect the SAE type Battery Tender leads to an SAE to BMW male outlet cable to make the connection. Alternately, you could wire a cable to the batter with an SAE connector on it and bring the SAE connector end out under the seat and plug it in that way. You can store the SAE end under the seat when not in use and not worry about it shorting out since the exposed metal end of the SAE connector is the ground connection.
The battery tender I have installed on my 2006 Street Glide is wired directly to the battery + & - post and has a guick connector that you can plug the charging unit into when needed. Mine was purchased from the Harley Davidson Dealer for around $35.00 No need to remove seat or anything after the installation.
The 2 black wires on the hood go to the black from the wall. The 2 black on the hood is in case you want separate switches as 1 is for fan and 1 is for light. The green goes to the bare copper wire. Its the ground. And are you sure the wire is yellow? It should be white and connect to the other white. This is the neutral.