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I assume this is the factory tender plug , my CTek charger doesn’t fit , I will install a harness for the CTek charger .
Whilst I had the left panel off , I was looking for the outlet to plug a tuner in , is this it ? The internals of the outlet don’t look right ?
 

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Not sure which tuner you are using, my PCV just plugged in line with the ECM box using the main ECM plug. And yes that is the tender plug, here in SC most off the shelf chargers at the auto stores have a matching tender plug
 

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Whilst I had the left panel off , I was looking for the outlet to plug a tuner in , is this it ? The internals of the outlet don’t look right ?
That second pic looks like the diagnostic port.
 

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Not sure which tuner you are using, my PCV just plugged in line with the ECM box using the main ECM plug. And yes that is the tender plug, here in SC most off the shelf chargers at the auto stores have a matching tender plug
I don’t have a tuner yet , I was thinking of getting an FP3 or getting a dealer to install to complete the stage 1 .
 

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Hi,

Does anyone have instructions on how to remove the battery on a 2022 Softail? With the new suspension spring under the seat on this model one can't just get to the battery from the top like in older models, and I could not figure out how to do it.

I want to install a connector for my wife's heated clothing gear (it's her bike!).

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Do some internet searches and find a cable adapter that converts the SAE pigtail for the battery tender to your heated gear connector. Personally I prefer to have only one connector hanging out and seeing as I will never use my heated gear and battery tender at the same time, it just makes sense to use an adapter.
 

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Do some internet searches and find a cable adapter that converts the SAE pigtail for the battery tender to your heated gear connector. Personally I prefer to have only one connector hanging out and seeing as I will never use my heated gear and battery tender at the same time, it just makes sense to use an adapter.
That's what I do.

They make SAE to coax adapters in both male and female directions (coax being the most common heated gear connection I have seen).

Just make sure with the SAE lead, that you bump the fuse up to 15 if you use all the heated gear (it will pop a 7.5 in about 5-10 minutes of use, and so far all the SAE leads I have seen have had 7.5 fuses).
 
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