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Any thoughts on what this plug in might go to it runs to the battery. It was on my bike when I got it. Its connected to both terminals


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Yes I think I know what it is. Hardwired to the battery usually with an in-line fuse. Used for electric jacket, pants, gloves.
 
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There are two types of connector for heated gear, SAE and coaxial. This is the coaxial and most common.
 

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Heated gear connector? Battery charger usually use an SAE type connector.
There are two types of connector for heated gear, SAE and coaxial. This is the coaxial and most common.
What they said, most likely for firstgear heattroller. or if you just want full heat on, just plug your heated gear straight there.
 

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FirstGear, Warm & Safe, Gerbing and many others use Co-Ax style plugs. Some would argue it's better than SAE for 12V power applications. If you have SAE items or gear, no harm in swapping it out for a fused SAE pigtail to the battery.
 

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Giving that the plug is already install, you can buy a coax-SAE adapter:
There are some advantages to that too. Co-Ax plugs tend to pull out more easily w/o damage, should you step off the bike w/o remembering to unplug your heated gear.
 
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