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I went to use my CB for the first time today since buying the bike. Found when transmitting the signal carrier is there but there is no audio. My intercoms work fine so i assume the mic is good. I removed the CB hoping to find a loose connector but didn't find any. what I did come accross is mounted behind the cb the is a square plastic box with two cables comming out it looks like there was a third at one time that was cut off looks like a red and white wire were there but I couldn't find any other loose ends. I've attached a picture of where the cut cable is hoping someone would be familiar with it or have some kind of wiring diagram. it is a 87 GL 1200 Aspencade.

Any help would be greatly apprecated.
 

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Here is a second picture
 

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Can you do the first shot again but back off of it some more to see all the components in that area?
 

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I can't get another picture till I take it apart again. But if this helps the second picture the top unit is the auto volume and tone control for the radio. The part in the middle is the one I was refurring too with the cut plug the bottom is the mail connector that goes into the cb itself
 

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I was wondering if anyone out there has a CB off the bike and can take a picture of the rear to see if there is a plug connection or if it is an extra connection
 

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Does anyone know if Serra electronics repairs CB'S?
 

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yes they do. $100 to start is what they quote
 

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The image is of the junction lead box for the type 3 system. When the CB is used the 3rd connection, driver headset output, is not used as the driver output comes from the multi changer.
 

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Hi Wayne thanks for the info. I got an e mail from another forum telling me to check the main connector pins m&l the mic ground ( braided ) and mic the connections were clean and tight. Would you happan to know where wires m & L come from as I don't want to dissemble the whole friring to follow these wires if I don't have too.
Thanks,Marc
 

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Hi I hate to be a pain but does anyone know where the multi changer is located?
 

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Go online and search for the manuals. They'll show you where everything goes.
 

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The multi changer is located in front of the amplifier on the left side of the fairing. The driver headset audio runs thru the multi changer to enable the intercom and CB mic audio to work. Not sure about the pin out of the connector.
 
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