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Heated grip kit instructions 753-08698

Hello hoping somebody here has the heated grip instructions for part number 75308698. Could you please post this or email me a picture of it? Thanks looking for the electrical layout diagram email [email protected]
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What Cub are you trying to install them on, model #, year ??


For 2016 - models, use kit 753-08698

For 2012 - 2015 models, use kit 753-08195
Compatible with models equipped with a PowerMore or Craftsman engine with 3A/5A and 20W/20W Alternator Outputs.
Not compatible with models equipped with an Electric Chute Control

For 2005 - 2011 models, use kit 753-05762B

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Thanks for the welcome! Cub Cadet2x26. I purchased kit number 753-05762b which is incorrect for my blower.So I planned to cut and splice the wrong harness onto my machine. I am lost when looking at my blower it has 3 wires coming out of the alternator.2 yellow and one black.Any advice? My blower is a 2018.I am sure I could modify or make my own harness if I could see the Schematic of the correct kit for my blower or if I knew with the wires that came out of the alternator did.

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What is the model number on the ID tag of the machine ??

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Took out a voltmeter today and measured the output at the three yellow wires out of the alternator and the black wire.Black wire is ground three yellow wires are voltage output which vary from 8 V to 17v on how fast the engine is going.Connected the heated grips up to one of the spare yellow wires and tapped into the blackwire works great.
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