Here's where the wiring is described for the possible heat settings. http://www.k-bikes.com/forums/showpo...94&postcount=9
Measuring the seat, you should see ~7ohms on the brown/black pair, and 15ohms (plus or minus) on the brown/blue pair. 21 ohms if you measure between the blue and the black.
I mention the blue/black path as well, because if the seat is defective, the brown wire is going to be the weak link. If there's not continuity between the brown and the others, measuring between blue and black should give you a means to determine that the brown is defective.
On the other connector, you should see ground constantly on the brown lead (measuring between the battery negative and the brown, 0v or tenths/hundredths of ohm, depending on the scale) With a volt meter, ignition on, heated-seat switch in the first position (middle) you should see 12v on the blue wire (between the brown or battery, which ever is easier) and 0v on black.
With the switch in the high position, you should see 12v on both the blue and black wire.
As mentioned, to disconnect the plug, lift at the gold arrow and pull away (gently...take your time).
The connector itself is mounted in the square hole at the frame tab in the second attachment. Rotate the whole plug from the front toward the inside 45º and it will come out of the frame tab (coming straight up). Otherwise, you may need to remove the side plastic to get at it.
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