GL 1200 CB TRANSCEIVER Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 21-11-2011

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Remove the right and left side covers. Disconnect the battery negative cable from the battery negative terminal.
2) Remove the left fairing pocket Remove the Auto volume control unit. -1 Remove the CB blind cover from the fairing by removing the four 5 x 22 mm socket head bolts. (Fig. 2) Disconnect the three wire connectors of the auto volume unit. (Fig. 3) -2 Remove the two 4 x 12mm tapping screws and remove the knob and nut from the auto volume control unit. (Fig. 1) -3 Remove the bracket form the auto volume control unit. NOTE: Discard the CB blind cover, 4 x 22mm tapping screws, and bracket. 4) Remove the seat. 5) Remove the shelter NOTE: To remove the front of the shelter, it is necessary to remove the inner cover by lifting the rear of the cover. 6) Remove the two tapping screws attaching the left coupler cover and move the holder towards the center. 7) Remove the main amplifier. -1 Disconnect the main amplifier 2-P black connector. -2 Straighten the four wire clamps at the main amplifier to release the harnesses. -3 Remove the two nuts and washers holding the main amplifier; pull the amplifier out between the left fairing pocket and handlebar by pulling up on the bottom. 8) Connect the two DIN connectors if the transceiver harness (65) to the terminal component (62) color-to-color (Fig. 7). 9) Remove the seals from the terminal component mounts inside the fairing. Position the terminal component (62) on the mounts and install using cap nuts (69) and washers (72). NOTE: Use care when installing the terminal component (62) not to push in the audio harness, CB harness and terminal component harness into the fairing pocket

ATV MOTORCYCLE Full Wave Audio Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 28-11-2010

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If installing this system for use with existing marine stereo: Connect RCA Y adapter (sold separately) to music source cable and plug into Low Level outputs of the stereo. Do NOT use the included power switch. Attach the Amplifier Remote wire from stereo to the BLUE wire of the amplifier. The amplifier will now be turned on and off by your stereo. This step replaces the Power On/Off switch installation step. 2. Determine a location suitable for mounting the remote switches and speakers, paying close attention to clearance or obstructions. 3. Place tape over the desired speaker location and mark a center point. Use the speaker template(s) and mark the center of the 4 inch hole to be cut for each speaker. 4. Pre-solder both terminals of each speaker. 5. Using a 4″ hole saw, drill holes for each speaker. 6. Place a speaker in each hole and mark the mounting screw locations before drilling pilot holes. 7. Drill 1/8″ pilot holes for speaker mounting screws at the screw locations. 8. Position amplifier making sure to pick a location that has tolerance for drilling and for the depth (1 inch) of the mounting screws. You will secure the amplifier later. 9. Feed the red/black speaker wires from the amplifier through the speaker holes. 10. Place the red speaker wire from the amplifier against the small pre- soldered speaker terminal and flow the solder together with your soldering iron.