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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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Fuse box orange plugs

I installed heated grips on my 13RGU. The instructions call for inserting a connector into a blank space in the fuse box.it says to gently pry the orange plus out and insert the connector with pigtail into the blank space and reinstall the orange plug. I can't seem to get it to come out and I don't want to tear it. Any one dealt with this. No luck using the search tool.Below is the relevant section

Locate the fuse cavity indicated as "P&A IGN" "2A MAX". There is a bus bar feeding one side of this circuit, but no mating wire or fuse is present. Remove the three existing fuses in this row, noting their location.
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Gently remove the orange plastic secondary lock from the fuse block. Insert the terminal on the orange/white adapter wire until it stops. Refer to a nearby factory-installed terminal for comparison to verify proper orientation and depth. Install the secondary lock.
7.
Cut excess length from the orange/white wire on the heated hand grip to within easy reach of the orange/white adapter wire installed in Step 8.

https://serviceinfo.harley-davidson.com/sip/service/document/1200176963101744207?locale=en_US

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019, 05:47 PM
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Post a pic of the orange piece. If it is what i am thinking of you can just pop it out with a little screwdriver.

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Post a pic of the orange piece. If it is what i am thinking of you can just pop it out with a little screwdriver.
Just took some pictures, for some reason I can't post pics from my phone to this post.
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Post a pic of the orange piece. If it is what i am thinking of you can just pop it out with a little screwdriver.
The little orange squares connected by the orange bar. I need to pry one out. I've worked it with a small screwdriver and a small hooked tool. I DON'T WANT TO GET TOO CARRIED AWAY AND BREAK IT OFF. ( sorry bout the caps, didn't mean to yell.) i can use more force but it does say gently.
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I just did this on a truck to show you how easy it is. Little pocket like screwdriver and some light strategic prying. The tabs that hold it in are not very stout, just some lite pressure will pop them out.
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Thanks, seeing what they look like removed helps a lot.
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Thanks, seeing what they look like removed helps a lot.
Let me know if you need any further details. Good luck!

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Thanks for the pictures, I was starting from the end and failing miserably. Starting from the middle made it as simple as the instructions make it seem.shes all back together, new bars, grips, GPS and mount, Fuel Moto X pipe,Monster Squared mufflers, Vance and Hines tuner and Harley Stealth under bag brake,stop, run lights. Tomorrow, fluids and a bath.
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Thanks for the pictures, I was starting from the end and failing miserably. Starting from the middle made it as simple as the instructions make it seem.shes all back together, new bars, grips, GPS and mount, Fuel Moto X pipe,Monster Squared mufflers, Vance and Hines tuner and Harley Stealth under bag brake,stop, run lights. Tomorrow, fluids and a bath.
Awesome, glad to hear you got it figured out! You do know that without pictures it doesn't exist

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Here ya go. Need a better one of the stealth bag lights though.
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