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Wiring Wireless Remote for Winch


Dealin

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I purchased an aftermarket Wireless Remote Switch for my 2021 Tracker LE with factory installed winch. Can I wire this Remote switch to the factory switch wiring or do I have to go to the winch solenoid? The reason I want to do this is to mount the Wireless "receiver box" under the hood for better range. The Tracker winch solenoid is located by the battery which is under the backside of the cab and the "receiver box" would be  tucked away-probably limiting the range. I could extend the wiring, but would be a bit of a pain. Accessing the wiring to the switch would be easier. Any input is appreciated.

Thanks!

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