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harley hammock heated seat.

NEVER AGAIN! That's what I keep telling my self. Never again will I take my bike to the dealer to fix a problem. This time, they tore my wires out of the heated Hammock seat taking it off the bike and then had the audacity to tuck the wires back under the seat pan and zip tie it to the pan! SO, does anyone know where I can download a wiring diagram for the internal wiring for the Harley Hammock seat PN 52000004A? I have all of the connectors but ned to know where the red and black wires og in the connector

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I dont no if this link help you

https://www.hdforums.com/forum/touri...mock-seat.html


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NEVER AGAIN! That's what I keep telling my self. Never again will I take my bike to the dealer to fix a problem. This time, they tore my wires out of the heated Hammock seat taking it off the bike and then had the audacity to tuck the wires back under the seat pan and zip tie it to the pan! SO, does anyone know where I can download a wiring diagram for the internal wiring for the Harley Hammock seat PN 52000004A? I have all of the connectors but ned to know where the red and black wires og in the connector


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Nope. Thanks for the effort, but the wires were pulled out of the connector inside the seat, not at the connector that connects under the seat. Does that make sense? I have to take the seat cover off to access the electrical connector block where the power wires attach to the seat itself.

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Nope. Thanks for the effort, but the wires were pulled out of the connector inside the seat, not at the connector that connects under the seat. Does that make sense? I have to take the seat cover off to access the electrical connector block where the power wires attach to the seat itself.
I would make the dealer fix it. They broke it! I would be in the service mgr’s office asking what he was going to do about it
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Maybe a call to Mean City Cycles could get you the info, they modify HD seats and might have an answer for you.


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I damn sure would not go back to that dealership. I can't believe they actually tried to hide the screw up. I never would trust them again. That is why i do all my work, can't trust the dealerships anymore. I have a Yamaha Warrior that i have done all the work that's been done to it and my RG.
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Maybe a call to Mean City Cycles could get you the info, they modify HD seats and might have an answer for you.
I don’t think Mean City will touch a hammock seat though. I’d heard they wouldn’t but called them anyway just to see if they’d try anything to drop me down a little on my heated hammock. The person I talked to just said they wouldn’t do anything w a hammock. Basically I think the sling construction prohibits them doing much to it.


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I would make the dealer fix it. They broke it! I would be in the service mgr’s office asking what he was going to do about it
While I agree with you Tim, it's hard to prove that they f'd it up. I agree though that this particular dealership will never get any service work from me again. I don't think it's the dealers fault, but it totally is on the tech that hid his f' up. It truly is just a matter of finding out which of 4 holes in the connector the wires go to but it seems that the internal wiring diagram for this particular seat is some kind of state secret! I can't find the wiring diagram anywhere!

If someone on this forum has ever recovered on of these, I'd appreciate a picture of the wiring harness under the seat foam when the cover is off. Maybe then I can figure it out.

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I would make the dealer fix it. They broke it! I would be in the service mgr’s office asking what he was going to do about it
While I agree with you Tim, it's hard to prove that they f'd it up. I agree though that this particular dealership will never get any service work from me again. I don't think it's the dealers fault, but it totally is on the tech that hid his f' up. It truly is just a matter of finding out which of 4 holes in the connector the wires go to but it seems that the internal wiring diagram for this particular seat is some kind of state secret! I can't find the wiring diagram anywhere!

If someone on this forum has ever recovered on of these, I'd appreciate a picture of the wiring harness under the seat foam when the cover is off. Maybe then I can figure it out.
The dealership should be informed so they know. If you approach it in a way that you know you can't prove it, but want them to know why you will not be going back, then they can at least question the tech and see what happens. If you don't tell them you are letting that tech victimize others.


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