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post #1 of 3 Old Nov 16th, 2008, 12:15 pm Thread Starter
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Pillion heated seat switch ....

The switch for the passenger heated seat appears to have fallen to bits on my KGT, OK it'll be sorted under warranty but I was wondering if this has befallen anyone else here?

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Re: Pillion heated seat switch ....

never an issue for the length of ownership........

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Re: Pillion heated seat switch ....

The pillion seat isn't heating on my bike, but I don't know why yet. I have only had two pillions, for guest rides in a 20 minute loop around the local freeways. Nonetheless, it should be in good working order for just in case.

I haven't taken a voltmeter to it yet, to see if it is the wire, the switch, or something else. All I know is that it isn't warm at all, after leaving it switched on for a while.
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