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Rear Heated back rest

Yet another dumb question! While disassembling the top case to put new speakers in, I came across a wire with the same plug as the heated seats coming out the side of the backrest. I can not seem to find where this would plug in to get the backrest to heat. Any suggestions?

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Re: Rear Heated back rest

You'll probably have to pull the back rest to find the connector to heat the backrest. Another question for you, do you have a top rack on the tour pack? If not, then it could be the connector for the LED in the top rack.

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Re: Rear Heated back rest

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Another question for you, do you have a top rack on the tour pack? If not, then it could be the connector for the LED in the top rack.
I have a top rack but, its a harley retro fit, I have chased the wiring down and its completely separate from anything else, thanks though. I kind of figured I have to look deeper than the cursory look I gave it. Just thought someone might say "ya its behind the seat you big dummy"

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