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I have a 85 Aspencade and under the left side pocket and behind the controls for the speed sound and tone knob there is a green femaleplug with 3 wires that go into to it a red one and a dark green and a light green, do you know what this is for ?



Maybe CB ? or cruise control ? I have no clue and no manual.
 

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I can see the connector in question in my 1200 fairing but as hard as it is to get it all stuffed back down in there I don't want to pull them out. And I can't find my 1200 manual CD.
 

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mine is not hooked up to anything, I checked and it does have power with the key in the off position.
 

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85 Aspencade there is a red plug but it has 4 wires
Green, red, light brown, & Brown/white

It is for the radio
 

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tricky wrote:
The CB plug is Brown and has 4 wires Green White Orange & Brown
Something wrong with that color code Rick. The CB needs battery power to maintain channel setting. There is no red wire (battery) in the connector you describe.

A connector with red, green and light green is battery power, ground and acc ignition circuit. Has to be for the CB transceiver.
 

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glhonda wrote:
tricky wrote:
The CB plug is Brown and has 4 wires Green White Orange & Brown
Something wrong with that color code Rick. The CB needs battery power to maintain channel setting. There is no red wire (battery) in the connector you describe.

A connector with red, green and light green is battery power, ground and acc ignition circuit. Has to be for the CB transceiver.
Looks like everybody's right. There are two plugs for the transceiver.



 

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Tis odd

On this pic it shows only 3 wires going to each plug...

power to radio 6,7,9

and to the CB 6,7,8

Schematic shows 4 wires to each

Oh well mine works OK but I am not going to dig in to see how many wires there are :sleepy:
 

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Thanks guys I thought thats what it was, mine don't have a cb.



I don't know if I should make a separate thread for this but I was trying to add a amp.



to my stereo and didn't know it already had one until I saw the elec diagram.



I then checked my speakers out and found that the China wires and American are



backwards, I mean when hooking up the speakers on the 1200 stereo you need to match



the larger wire plug to the smaller plug on the speaker and vice versa and after doing



this my speakers sound much, much better. I hope this helps someone else out, I know



I read the guys hooking up new speakers are not happy with the sound and this may be



the reason. Thanks, John
 

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Yep CB Hook Up just added this spring the Radio and CB to the 1200 I and those connectors that are in that left fairing pocket are all for the CB Hook up.Also the Blank connectors on the outside of the pocket will match up to your handle bar controls for the CB and radio.
 

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I'm still looking for the "remoto" switch in Tricky's diagram. Anyone know where that is?:?
 

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That is the plug for the up/down mute on/off it is white

The red wire on the on the red 4 pin supplies power for both CB and Radio

Looks like the brown 4 pin is the cb control PTT etc
the white 4 pin is the radio remote
the red 4 pin supplies power
 

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tricky wrote:
That is the plug for the up/down mute on/off it is white
Oh Tricky!! I know what it's for! Your schematic says "remoto", not "remote".

I was making a joke......or trying at least!!:D
 
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