Electrical advise on 1982 asp radio/CB system


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Electrical advise on 1982 asp radio/CB system

Postby fr1tz » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:51 am



Hey yall, its been awhile " Sorry" but I've been busy doing other peoples work now that I retired this past June, any way I need help - just got my CB back from the shop I hooked everything up (on the work bench) first, no problems but now that it is installed I see that I lose all my presets when it is turned off (every time), I copied the wire color chart so my question is what do I do next ? Thank you for your time - Fritz


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Re: Electrical advise on 1982 asp radio/CB system

Postby WingAdmin » Fri Oct 11, 2013 12:59 pm

Remove the left front turn signal from the fairing (two screws). In behind you'll find a rats' nest of wires, In amongst that mess are three inline fuse holders. One of them (it's connected to yellow wires, if I remember correctly) contains a 0.5 amp (also if I remember correctly) fuse. That fuse is responsible for the power that keeps the memory in the radio when the bike is turned off. If it's blown, you'll lose the memory whenever you switch the ignition off.

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Re: Electrical advise on 1982 asp radio/CB system

Postby fr1tz » Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:55 pm

Thanks Admin - Fritz
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