Vehicle Overview Maintenance Guide
Learn more about how to properly maintain the vehicle all-year round.
Filling the Hydraulic Scissor Hoist
Check back later to learn more about how to fill the hydraulic fluid in the hoist system.
Proper Torque Connections
Check back later to learn more about how to review all the connections with proper torque.
Greasing the Switch-N-Go® Hoist System
Check back later to learn how to properly grease your Switch-N-Go® hoist system.
Hoist system component diagrams
Check back later to see a breakdown of Switch-N-Go® component diagrams.
Warn® Winch Proper Operation Manual
Check back later to learn more about how to properly maintain the Warn® Winch series.
Where do I find my serial number?
You can find the serial number located on the passenger side, or occasionally can be found on the driverside, of the Switch-N-Go® top hoist frame, near the front is the serial/model identification tag. The serial number is the first section and is identified as an [ S8888 ]. You can identify and understand your hoist system and more in the technical documents section.
What Switch-N-Go® truck body do I have?
You can find the serial number located on the inside subframe post of the driver side Switch-N-Go®. There is a serial/model identification tag. It can also be found stamped into the wall located on the driver side sheet near the bottom. The model identification indicates the Model type.
To learn more about what these indicators within the model number, refer to the understanding your hoist system/truck bodies section.
My system/body stopped working, how do I fix it?
As many elements may be at play here, and could be because of weather, a damaged hoist system/truck body, or overloaded elements within the vehicle/hoist system, see the Troubleshoot section within technical documents to troubleshoot this closer.
Do I need an upfitter to install the system on my truck?
ONLY AUTHORIZED TRAINED INSTALLERS OF TRUCK BODIES AND HOIST SYSTEMS, WHO ARE AWARE OF FEDERAL AND STATE D.O.T. REGULATIONS AND LOCAL REGULATIONS SHOULD INSTALL THE SWITCH-N-GO® SYSTEM. THE SYSTEM MUST ABIDE BY THE NATIONAL TRUCK EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION (NTEA) STANDARDS. AS TRAINED INSTALLERS, PLEASE USE SAFE PRACTICES TO ELIMINATE HAZARDS FROM ELECTRICAL, HYDRAULIC AND/OR MECHANICAL PARTS DURING INSTALLATION. THIS MANUAL IS WRITTEN ONLY FOR THOSE TRAINED IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF VEHICLE/TRUCK CHASSIS; DRILLING AND WELDING RESTRICTIONS, NEUTRALIZING VEHICLES FUEL SYSTEMS, AND UNDERSTANDING/ KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS.