Re: How do you diagnose a non-working winch??
Had the same proble with my Milemarker 9500. It definitley sounds like the solenoids. Take the big black plastic contol box cover off of your controller and inside you should find another smaller black box. Inside of that are the solinoids. Water got into mine from yea hawing through water and corroded them. Call and ask for Kendrick at technical support at milemarker. He will be able to help you with a new part. I replaced mine for less than 50 bucks, but before I stuck it back in I double sealed every nook and craney with black silicone gasket sealer. If you get the new solonoid box don't take it apart you'llnever get it back right and there is no need. Just make sure you get all the wires back on the right screws. If I'm not mistaken my 9500 (3yrars old) hs the exact controller as yours. The pics on there website aren't that great, but their tech guys are. Good luck!
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Gallup, New Mexico/FJ Cruiser
OME Heavy suspension, ARB air lockers front and rear, Safari snorkel, Tuffy security boxes rear and center, All -Pro: (upper A-arms, front winch bumper, and shock skids), Mile Marker 9500 winch, Custom brush guard, TRD alloy wheels, Rear scuba, OEM sliders, CB w/Bandi mount and 6 foot whip antenna.
Last edited by Celtic Cruiser; 08-30-2010 at 05:36 PM.