TOYOTA ALL MODELS AM STATIC NOISE ON VEHICLES WITH POWER ANTENNAS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 16-10-2011

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Vehicles with power antennas may exhibit audible electrical noise on weak AM stations when various electrical accessories (turn signals, rear defogger, cruise control, brakes, etc.) are operated. Poor antenna grounding can cause this condition. To eliminate or reduce the intensity of the noise, use the following repair procedure: AM STATIC NOISE ON VEHICLES WITH POWER ANTENNAS Page 1 of 2 OCTOBER 25, 1996 AUDIO AU002-96 ALL MODELS REPAIR PROCEDURE: 1. Tune the radio to a strong, static-free AM station and slowly move the tip of the antenna
mast forward and back approximately 2 inches (Fig. 1). If static noise is not heard, go to Step 2. If static noise is heard during antenna movement, replace the antenna mast and go to Step 3. NOTE: Do not touch the antenna mast with your bare hands. Use a glove or nonmetallic object to move the antenna. (If you touch the antenna with your hands, you will change the antenna sensitivity). 2. Remove the antenna mast and inspect the base of the mast for corrosion and damage (Fig. 2). Clean with 1500 grit sandpaper. 3. Remove the antenna assembly and inspect the inner fender around the antenna hole for corrosion (Fig. 3). Clean with 1500 grit sandpaper.

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HARLEY DAVIDSON RADIO FACEPLATE TRIM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 04-02-2011

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INSTALLATION NOTE Mounting surface of radio faceplate trim must be above 60°F (16°C), or the trim may not stay attached. 1. Using a 50:50 isopropyl alcohol/water solution, thoroughly clean the surface where the radio faceplate trim will be installed. Do not clean with denatured alcohol, mineral spirits, or other solvent products, or damage to the radio may occur. (00411b) 2. Allow the surface to dry completely before continuing to install kit. 3. Test the fit of the radio faceplate trim prior to removing adhesive backing. 4. Remove the adhesive backing from the back of the radio faceplate trim. 5. Open the auxiliary jack cap and feed it through the radio faceplate trim. 6. See Figure 1. Position the radio faceplate trim and press firmly into place. 7. Let the adhesive cure for at least 24 hours at no less than 60°F (16°C).

MRC-11X Motorcycle Radio Communicator OWNER'S MANUAL

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 22-11-2010

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Press either the UP or DOWN keys once momentarily to enter volume setting mode. Press the UP key or DOWN key again to increase or decrease volume level from 1 to 6 as shown on the volume icon of the LCD display. Press the PWR/SET key momentarily to set or it will automatically set in 15 seconds. A beep will sound to confirm this setting. Receiving an Incoming Call (Standby Mode) In standby mode (not programming or selecting functions), the unit automatically will receive incoming calls from any other unit on the same channel and CTCSS code whenever you are not talking/transmitting. When you receive a signal, the ( ) icon appears on the display. Transmitting a Signal Using the PTT Key Check the channel activity by pressing and holding the SCAN button. You will hear static if the channel is unoccupied. Do not TRANSMIT if someone is talking on the channel. Press and hold the PTT button to TRANSMIT. The ( ) icon is displayed. The TX LED indicator will light up in red. Hold the unit in a vertical position with the MICROPHONE 1 to 2 inches from the mouth. While holding the PTT button, speak into the unit using a normal tone of voice. Release the PTT button when you have finished transmitting. The automatic end-of-message “Roger” tone will sound and you can then listen for another party’s response. NOTE: In order for other people to receive your transmission, they must also be on the same channel you are currently using. Refer to the Changing Channels section for more information. After you hold down the TALK key continuously for about 80 seconds, the unit will automatically stop your transmission to save power. If necessary to continue transmitting, wait a few seconds before proceeding. Calling Another Party with the CALL Key Use the CALL key to alert another party you wish to communicate with them. Both units must be set to the same channel and CTCSS code. Momentarily press and release the CALL key to call the other party with a 3-second calling alert tone. Wait for the party’s response or proceed to “Talking to Another Party using the PTT Key”. See pg. 17 for instructions on how to select one of 6 different call tones for individual paging when using your unit with a group. You can also use the CALL Tones to signal the beginning or the end of a transmission. Dual Channels Receiver and Transmit (Dual Watch Mode) Dual channels reception: If the dual channels setting is OFF, the ( ) icon appears on the display and you only have the basic single channel reception. If th

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