Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: New York, NY, USA
Hmm. You go first Rookie - take your voltmeter and TELL US what you are getting on the plug attached to the bike when the seat heat is turned on.
If you have 12v or so, then progress to test #2, and test the resistance of the heating wire that runs through the seat. Someone else will have to tell you how to do that. You are testing to see if your in-seat heating wire has continuity or is broken.
That should get you started.
2008 K1200GT, Custom Paint, Vivid Black, Aeroflow WS & Aeroguards, Givi E52 Maxia Topcase w/AdMore Lighting, Zumo 660, Suburban Footpeg Lowering, Sargent Seat
2009 R1200GS Adventure, Magnesium Grey/Black, Adventure Cases, Zumo 660, Touratech Unobtanium Accessories
1974 Norton Commando 850 Soon to be a restoration project