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Explorer Seat Connector ?

I just bought some heated power explorer seats and they don't have the factory connector. I am wanting to know how everyone connects the seats to a power source. Did you find the factory connector or one that would work? I don't want to hard wire the seats in. I want them to be easily removable if needed. So how does everyone do this.

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You should have gotten the connector from the junkyard. If you don't have it you could always just get a 2 wire connector and wire it all up yourself.
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yea I know I bought the seats on ebay. I thought they would at least leave the connector on the seats. I am thinking about finding some connectors with the right amount of pins and wiring them up to the seats.
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I think something like this would work great. You might be able to find it at autozone or something in the trailer wiring section

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Do you think those could hold up the the amperage? The seats pull 30 amps.
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Yeah I think you'd be fine.
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You can always solder wires to the plug on the seat.
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lol, I'm a dumb#$% I wasn't even paying attention. The connector is on the seat and I can do that. Thanks
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