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Well I've done it.

After lots of investment of $$$ and time, I've got a factory-correct Honda/Panasonic radio installed in my '84 GL-1200.

I can't believe how many little parts I was required to get, and how much a pain-in-the azz this has become.

I still have two shortcomings of my installation.

1. I don't have the locking mechanism/clock. I have the plastic block in place instead.
2. I could not find a radio up/down tuning button (left handlebar) on eBay that I liked. They al look horrible. So I installed a momentary SPDT switch.

If anyone asks me. I'm gonna say: You can't install a radio in a non-radio Interstate - sell the bike, and get a different one. :D
 

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First, good job and good on ya for sticking with it to the end!

Second, a question: Were most of the wiring harness segments and connectors required for the radio install already there in the bike and just not used? Or did you have to get a new wiring harness?
 
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