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Can you elaborate on this, "I'm wondering if it has to do with a speaker not being in correct post./negitave place"? --- What did you see or do that makes you wonder?
You didn't answer if the fuses were blown or if you just changed them for lack of anything better to try, like checking the manual, which says to suspect shorted speaker wires if "- - - - - - -" is blinking on the display.
Disconnect the speaker wires and see if that helps the receiver boot up, then diagnose the short.
If it doesn't come back to life I'd suspect it got fried by a power surge or static. I hope not.
No, but you might seriously consider a service manual for your bike. buy from your dealer, or a bookstore. You can also go to your local library reference section. Look for auto n motorcycle repair in the 646 area. But I suspect you'll mire likely find yer elec diagr in the service manual.
I would suspect that the radio is not installed correctly. There should be 12V present on one wire for retaining memory. There is a capacitor inside the radio that will retain memory for a short time (less than 5 minutes), but you should not have to reset the system after each start. If the wiring is correct, then the internal memory system may be defective and require replacement.