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This is a discussion on heater wire hook up? within the Can-Am / BRP forums, part of the Can-Am ATV Discussion category; Ok the grips I got were Symtec hand warmers and Kimpex thumb warmer. They were a BREEZE to put on. The glue they use is ...


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Ok the grips I got were Symtec hand warmers and Kimpex thumb warmer. They were a BREEZE to put on. The glue they use is activated by WD-40. Spray the hand warmers and the bar 3 times and let dry a bit and they slid on like butter. Now they are solid. I tryed my hardest to move them and they are definatly on there. My dealer said these were better then the can-am ones and about 1/2 the price. BUT now I dont know how to wire them into the quad cuz it is a universal peice. Anyone got a diagram where I can tap into power? Pic's or anything please
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under the speedo pod theres a "rack" with a bunch of elec. connectors attached to it.I think it's theconnector closest to the right side of the bike doesnt connect to another harness, just a dead end. It's 12v acc. and a ground.
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yup, thats the connection. Its the only one thats empty. I believe its where the BRP grip kit is supposed to connect.. I used those tie-in electrical connectors on mine.. worked great.
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