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Dewayne Edwards 1974
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Got heated seat

Post by Dewayne Edwards 1974 » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:54 pm

Do I have to do anything for the bike to know it’s hooked up? It’s connected and no menu pops up on screen.


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Re: Got heated seat

Post by GaryCulb » Sat Jan 27, 2018 6:56 pm

Yep, dealer has to activate the heated seat feature. Then, the heated seat feature can show up/ appear in two areas: Settings- Seat Rid & Seat Pil. You must turn them on in Settings first. Then, under the setting Heating- Seat Rid & Seat Pil will appear. Now, the heated seats can be set at Min, Med or Max.

If you disconnect your heated seat there is a plug that comes with the heated seat connection that must be pluged into the open circuit then, you have to turn off that unheated seat in Settings. If you do not a "General Alert" will continue to appear with an unpluged haeted seat.

Yes, this is confusing.

Hope this is of assistance. Best,

Doc :) :)

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Re: Got heated seat

Post by Dewayne Edwards 1974 » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:57 pm

GaryCulb wrote:Yep, dealer has to activate the heated seat feature. Then, the heated seat feature can show up/ appear in two areas: Settings- Seat Rid & Seat Pil. You must turn them on in Settings first. Then, under the setting Heating- Seat Rid & Seat Pil will appear. Now, the heated seats can be set at Min, Med or Max.

If you disconnect your heated seat there is a plug that comes with the heated seat connection that must be pluged into the open circuit then, you have to turn off that unheated seat in Settings. If you do not a "General Alert" will continue to appear with an unpluged haeted seat.

Yes, this is confusing.

Hope this is of assistance. Best,

Doc :) :)
Thank you! The KTM shop didn’t even know. So now I have to ride 90 miles one way to closest KTM dealer to get this done Image


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Re: Got heated seat

Post by GaryCulb » Sat Jan 27, 2018 9:01 pm

You are lucky. My closest KTM Dealer is almost 4 hrs away.

Fortunately, my next service is not due for almost another 9 to 10K miles.

Always change my own oil/ filter at 5K.

Best,

Doc :? :?

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Re: Got heated seat

Post by Dewayne Edwards 1974 » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:04 pm

GaryCulb wrote:You are lucky. My closest KTM Dealer is almost 4 hrs away.

Fortunately, my next service is not due for almost another 9 to 10K miles.

Always change my own oil/ filter at 5K.

Best,

Doc :? :?
So talked to dealership and the stated I have to get rear seat switch or fault code will show up. Is this true?


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Re: Got heated seat

Post by GaryCulb » Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:05 pm

Contacted my KTM dealer Service Dept: Eurosports Ashville, NC- 828.255.6600

No, the KTM Dealer program allows the user to activate the rear or front seat seperately on the KTM SDGT. Obviously, you need to leave the rear seat OFF & not turn it on if it is not pluged into a heated seat or it will throw an error code.

Best,

Doc :) :)

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