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Old 05-21-2012, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I changed the air filter on my bike. After putting everything back the CD, AM, AUX don't work. What can be the problem? Does the radio need to be reprogramed after it has been disconnected? The fuses all seem to be okay. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 05-21-2012, 11:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to the Forum Hed!

I moved this thread into the Technical Forum to get you a faster answer.......I have never had to reprogram the radio on my 2002 after changing the air filter. I think that there is a plug somewhere disconnected.
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You have left one of the radio unit plugs disconnected. I think there are 3 of them. You will have to raise the shelter up and check them.
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press and hold down the audio button ,to switch the audio system on , many people forget to do this after they unplug everything .Does the display work ??? if not you have forgotten to push home the plug under the ignition shelter home fully , If this is the case then gently lift the small shelter at the end wth the rubber grommets (towards the seat end) dont remove it and the plug is located on the right hand side of it , just push it fully home ,
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Greetings from N.Idaho and welcome to the Best Goldwing Forum on the internet. If used, this forum will supply you with great information and hours of simple entertainment. Ride on.......



Me thinks U left out a plug.
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Well i wont to thank you because i took my radio out and sent it to troy ohio where it was checked out and is ok, i know of 2 plugs where is the 3 plugs. for the radio.is the cb included in the same unit.also the intercom ...thank god for friens like goldwingers. bill
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You need to include the year and model of you bike in any posting or put it in a signature so we know what to give for answers.

Do you have a repair manual for your bike?
Why did you send your radio out?
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There's only two multi pin connectors and the antennae. I've seen some problems with buttons on machines that are ridden on gravel roads. The little rocks can get in the crevices and make the buttons sticky.
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