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    wiring a heated seat

    I picked up a used heated Corbin for my new to me '97 1100 RT. I'm seeking advice on wiring up the seat. Can I wire it to the #10 fuse slot and use an inline fuse of the appropriate amperage? I'm not great with electrical but can usually work my way around without breaking stuff.

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    I sold my heated Corbin seat a long time ago, but I was looking at some messages that I sent to the buyer. My 1100RT Corbin was wired to the #1 fuse using a fuse piggy back tap. It allowed the original circuits to stay protected, and added a second fuse and lead for the seat wiring. The only modification was a notch cut into the fuse box to allow the wire to pass through. Google search for the piggyback and you'll find them.
    Michael Stock, Trinity, NC
    R1100RT, R100, R60/6

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    thanks

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