Configuration: Aux Switches and Accessory Rail

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I am pretty certain you can’t run a winch from the auxiliary I switches
I wondered this myself, but figured at the least it could be a power supply kill switch. I'm really struggling to use all 6.
 

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There isn’t an easy way to use those switches to power a winch. Also, I wouldn’t want my winch switches to look the same and be next to less dangerous switches.... I don’t have a good 4 or 5 will be used for lights on mine, maybe to control power to my electric cooler.
 

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There isn’t an easy way to use those switches to power a winch. Also, I wouldn’t want my winch switches to look the same and be next to less dangerous switches....
Here is how I power my winch:

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maybe not necessary for everyone, but i am considering a kill switch that prevents car start. I live in LA and will be out and about and don't want to worry if my Bronco is going to go trotting off.
My thoughts exactly, living in San Diego I don't want it going down to Mexico for some Federale to drive around 😣
 
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