You can replace your audio and receive transistors with a new one or a compatible one and be back on the road again. the transistors are available from all ham dealers and are normally not too expensive.
do not try to fix something that ain't broke. if it is working, leave it.
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Hi lee Oblinger, Information provided is not enough to give you a good answer but I can give you some hints .First you have to check the rf out put at the antenna when mike switch is pressed.If you have a rf probe you can do it easily or can connect a small low power bulb having a hot resistance around 50 ohm(car dashboard lamp would work) If bulb glows when tx switch pressed means carrier is there without modulation. then you have to check mike and other related audio side. thanks.
Sounds to me like a speaker issue, but just in case I'm wrong, try this: join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/Model, the people there know these units well and can give you the answer you require to resolve the issue, plus you can download manuals, schematics and other goodies all for FREE.
yellow 12v switched
orange 12v con
lite green rf+
grey lf- paired with tan
lite blue rr-
yellow lr- Paired with brown
pink pwr antenna
brown alone illumination
grey alone illumination dimmer
yellow 12 con
bluewhite stripe ..amp turn on
blue power ant
Hello uze7, Here is the wiring match up for a 2009 Subaru Forester using the Metra 70-7552 wiring harness: NOTE: The actual harness will be listed as a Nissan harness, but has been used by Subaru since 2007. Also, I'm assuming that your Sony deck uses the standard color code. If not, you should have a manual that lists the function along with the colors. Match the wiring by function, not by color (although the colors may be the same). 2009 Subaru Forester Radio Wiring Color Code: Battery BLUE/RED (+) RADIO HARNESS Accessory YELLOW/RED (+) RADIO HARNESS Ground BLACK (-) RADIO HARNESS Illumination VIOLET (+) RADIO HARNESS Dimmer BLACK/WHITE (-) RADIO HARNESS Power Antenna YELLOW/BLACK (+) RADIO HARNESS LF Speaker (+) BROWN LF Speaker (-) BROWN/WHITE RF Speaker (+) BLUE/WHITE RF Speaker (-) BLUE/YELLOW LR Speaker (+) WHITE/BLACK LR Speaker (-) RED/YELLOW RR Speaker (+) GRAY RR Speaker (-) GRAY/RED Metra Harness: Yellow ? 12V Constant Red ? 12V Accessory Black - Ground Orange ? Dash Light Dimmer/Illumination Green ? Left Rear Speaker (+) Green/Black - Left Rear Speaker (-) White ? Left Front Speaker (+) White/Black ? Left Front Speaker (-) Purple ? Right Rear Speaker (+) Purple/Black - Right Rear Speaker (-) Gray ? Right Front Speaker (+) Gray/Black - Right Front Speaker (-) Standard CEA Color Code: Blue - Power Antenna Blue/White - Remote Turn-on Pink/Black - Audio Interrupt In (Phone) Orange - Illumination Red - Ignition (Switched 12V) Yellow - Battery (Constant 12V) Black - Ground Gray - Right Front Speaker (+) Gray/Black - Right Front Speaker (-) White - Left Front Speaker (+) White/Black -Left Front Speaker (-) Violet - Right Rear Speaker (+) Violet/Black - Right Rear Speaker (-) Green - Left Rear Speaker (+) Green/Black - Left Rear Speaker (-) Hope this helps.
Yellow - +12V Constant Power
Red - +12V Switched (accessory) Power
Blue - Power Antenna
Blue/White - Amp Turn-on
White - Left Front Positive Speaker Wire (LF+)
White/Black - (LF-)
Gray - Right Front Positive Speaker Wire (RF+)
Gray/Black - (RF-)
Green - Right Rear Positive Speaker Wire (RR+)
Green/Black - (RR-)
Purple - Left Rear Positive Speaker Wire (LR+)
Purple/Black - (LR-)