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Where to plug negative terminal on OEM heated grips?

I got the OEM heated grips for my 2004 FJR. The install went smoothly and easily until it came time to plug the ground leads into the wiring harness. I cannot find the proper connectors in the headlight or horn / turn signal wiring harness to match the connectors in the grip wiring harness.
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  • fjr394 Nov 13, 2008

    Thanks, but I can get that far if needed. I was asking specifically about the pre-wired connectors in the wiring harness for the grips that is supposed to match up with similar connectors in the bikes' wiring harness. Sorry if the original question was unclear.

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Any strait black wire or a good chassis ground.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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    when i saw you question i called a friend of mine that is a factory trained tech for yamaha and that is what he told me . he has installed many of these im from souther MN

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