Does anyone have experience with a winch like I have on this Renegade I bought. It has a JAHCO starter motor, 24v. It has a lever that appears to change from spooling in to out on passenger side of winch. The previous owner mounted two batteries to power this winch. There are three solenoids, at least one relay, a switch mounted in grill and some switches mounted below dash. I haven't traced wires yet to figure his system out. The winch has a welder type plug connection in the grill. The plug was disconnected when I bought the jeep. The inline fuse is for driving lights, up front, not the winch. There are two nameplates on the motor. One tag says "Starter Motor" "Direct Current"; the other tag says "Starter Type" "Combination Electric Inertia-Direct Cranking" and "Model JH5F". I don't know if it works. Does anyone know what this is from? Military? M38-A1? Is there an advantage to using this old 24v winch, if it works, over a new 12v winch? The batteries are wired into the Jeep in parallel. I am assuming the solenoids, relays and switches change this to running in series to power the winch. Any help with how to make this winch work would be appreciated. This Jeep also has a small three cylinder, war surplus air compressor that looks to be 28v, the compressor power wire was cut. Another thing to investigate.