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Thread: Seat Heater OEM Plug for R1200RT

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    Seat Heater OEM Plug for R1200RT

    Where on the Internet can I purchase the plug that the stock heated seat has so that I can splice that on to a heated Corbin seat? I don't want to cut the plug off of either the stock seat or the bike. I'd rather buy one and connect to the Corbin seat for a clean install.

    Thanks in advance,
    tsp - 2010 R1200RT

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    Here you go..

    I got mine from Max ...

    1/61127688145 |ADAPTER CABLE FOR SEAT HEATER, FRONT | $29.30| $29.30
    1/61127688147 |ADAPTER CABLE FOR SEAT HEATER, REAR | $39.22| $39.22

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    These look like the cables from the bike to the seat. I need the plug that is on the wire attached to the seat.

    Section 61 seems to be repair plugs but I don't have the number of the part. Btw, it's a 2 wire male plug that I need.

    Thanks,
    tsp

    Quote Originally Posted by fastbikedroid View Post
    I got mine from Max ...

    1/61127688145 |ADAPTER CABLE FOR SEAT HEATER, FRONT | $29.30| $29.30
    1/61127688147 |ADAPTER CABLE FOR SEAT HEATER, REAR | $39.22| $39.22

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    Plugs vs cables...

    Quote Originally Posted by tsperez View Post
    These look like the cables from the bike to the seat. I need the plug that is on the wire attached to the seat.

    Section 61 seems to be repair plugs but I don't have the number of the part. Btw, it's a 2 wire male plug that I need.

    Thanks,
    tsp
    Let me know how it turns out. Technically either will work, I gave up trying to find plugs and simple adapted an extra set of cables. When I sold the seat I got a premium for having them included. ymmv.

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    Correct Plug Found

    Finally got all of this sorted out. You can purchase repair plugs at about half the cost of the complete cable. Cost was $16.12 plus shipping.

    The part number is: 83300402344

    I did a write up in my blog about this mod:
    www.swriding.blogspot.com

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    I just bought this cable and installed it with my new Corbin heated seat. It works but, it seems to be a smaller diameter wire than the Corbin or BMW stock wiring.
    Is this wire thick enough to support the current needed to heat the seat?
    2011 BMW R1200RT - 2013 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Limited
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    Seats only use about 3A- that's not much. Unlikely wire is too small.

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