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wiring heated seat switch

I was installing a LED for when the heated seats are on and lost track of where wires went to the riders seat switch.
I have the black wire on, but forgot (yes, I know) which terminals for the green and orange wires. Which goes to the middle terminal ?
Clymers schematic on page 622 is not correct (only shows green and brown and I have green, orange, black) Appreciate any help.,,Oh yes, it's a 2003.

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The green w/black stripe goes on the center terminal. Orange on the back terminal and black on the front terminal. Front = towards front of seat.

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Thanx Bruce

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Thumbs up LED for heated seat

I have been thinking of doing this. Were did you mount the LED and did you wire it into both seats?
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yep, wired to both seats.
I put it on the left of the radio display, if I were adding more switches/lights I'd put it on the left flat area probably.....

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