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Hello folks, riding season will soon start, (I'm in Chicago), and I have a question. I had a seat heater installed in my seat. Bike is 2006 Warrior. The instructions say to get power from a switched 12 volt source. Meaning when you turn the key off, power is shut off completely. Do anyone know where I can find this lead.

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there is a green yellow cable that exits the relay for the headlights. that one only have power when the bike is on and running. this is important. because if not, you will be drawing current from the battery when it needs more, to start the bike. you can put a relay using this cable as a trigger.


otherwise, just connect it to the battery and put a switch on it. i dont think you will be using a seat heater all the time, but just a few days.
 

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picaflor said:
there is a green yellow cable that exits the relay for the headlights. that one only have power when the bike is on and running. this is important. because if not, you will be drawing current from the battery when it needs more, to start the bike. you can put a relay using this cable as a trigger.


otherwise, just connect it to the battery and put a switch on it. i dont think you will be using a seat heater all the time, but just a few days.

Agreed (sort of)


Put a switch on it AND splice into a power source that turns off with the bike. Otherwise if you forget the switch on a cold morning you will be kicking yourself for having the 12 stack of pancakes and three extra cups of coffee when you return to find a dead battery.






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