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Old 08-05-2013, 08:15 PM   #1
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Engo winch stuck

Taken from another thread, any suggestions?

I clocked my winch today and now it won't turn when its engaged, the motor tries but i can hear the gears locked, and spins crazy fast when not engaged, i took it apart and can't tell what the fuck i did, any suggestions? Its an engo 10000.

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How do you mean "took the clutch lever off"? And how did you rotate the winch?

It almost sounds like you did not reassemble the clutch handle correctly or when you rotate it you aren't properly engaging the clutch. Assuming all you did was remove the lever and re-insert it, you probably didn't get it oriented correctly (the position it was in before) which prevents the clutch from engaging. There's also the possibility you didn't properly connect the clutch assemble to the brake shaft assembly.

I would start by downloading an exploded view of the winch. Then check to make sure the clutch handle is properly installed. If that doesn't solve the problem, then if you clocked it by removing the tie bars, remove the tie bars and check to make sure brake shaft is correctly installed in the clutch assembly.

Good luck.
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Just Took The Screw Out And The Lever, It Was Getting In The Way WhenI Was Building The Mount. i Rotated it By Taking The 10 Screws Out On The inside Of The Gearbox And Rotated It.

As Far As I Can Tell There's Only One Way The Lever Can Go In. You Might Be Right About Clutch Assembly CauseI Really Can't See Why It Wouldn't Work. I've Disassembled Warns With No Problem, This Is Similar But I'm.Fucking Stumped. I'll Try Your Suggestions Tomorrow, Thanks!

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theres only one way to insert the clutch lever. had to take the tie bars off to clock it but I didn't move anything. As far as i can tell when the lever is engaged it pushes the gear ring around a gear which is fixed to the mounting leg, which keeps it from turning. It will turn when not engaged.

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This same thing happened to me today! Did you find a solution?
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This same thing happened to me today! Did you find a solution?
Yeah I forget exactly how I did it but call up engo and tell then what's going on they had a simple solution from what I remember.
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Great, thanks!
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Old 03-30-2015, 07:26 PM   #6
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So what did the problem end up being. I have the 10000s that I'm about to install and I clocked it a few weeks ago.
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Talked to Joel at Engo, and I should mention that he picked up on the first ring! He sighed and explained that since there's no documentation about re-clocking the winch this happens pretty often. IT'S NOT A BIG DEAL!

Don't pull the motor away from the spool at all. If you do you may screw up the clocking of the motor like we did. If you did, you need begin by laying the winch down, standing upright with the gear side down. Then pull the motor side away and reorient the couplers like that of the drawing. Reassemble and cross your fingers (it should have fixed the problem.

I'll be trying it as soon as I can... in May.

Good luck with the install!
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Yep that's it. Great CS one of the reasons I recommend them to people.
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