I'm trying to find a 10' connector that goes from an 8 pin to either an I-Pod bottom plug or to a female USB.I'm trying to hook up my Mini I-Pod to the I-Pod plug on my Jensen JDH1510.There's an 8 pin I-Pod plug comming out of the back of the radio marked I-Pod and I understand if plugged into this it will charge I-Pod while in use.Thanks for your help,Kim
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First of all use a voltmetter to determine the output voltage of the unit while cranking. If the voltage is not enough you will need to open the unit to check if the induction in the system is faulty. Check the wires for continuity and also check the coils. Unless the coils are open you will not have any issues. Once the power is coming then you must check with the terminal for connection issues. I think you will be able to charge provided your charger is not defective. hope I could help? Good day
as it is a tough radio to take the knocks it probaly gets knocked around a bit- make sure the antenna is not loose! or damaged have you rotated it a bit too much and snapped the wire inside? try AM to prove it (if Fitted), AM doesntuse the external aerial Good Luck!
The 23 pin main connector is a direct plug in from the 03 bike to the HK unit. The only issue would be if the original 03 was using the accessory connector as well. The accessory connector on the 03 is another 23 pin. It's a 35 pin on the HK. For more info, or to discuss this further, contact Iron Cross Audio (www.ironcrossaudio.com)
I had this problem. The jog dial just stopped functioning. I repaired it by doing this:
1. Remove the batteries and leave the battery cover off.
2. Remove the case screws from the radio using a jewelers sized Phillips screw driver. There is one screw inside the battery compartment.
3. Gently separate the two halves of the radio just a few inches. Remove the wrist strap; it will just be laying over top of a screw post.
4. Inspect the wring of the jog dial. You will note several wires soldered to the dial, including one small bundle of wires leading from the jog dial to a white plastic connector on the faceplate of the radio.
5. Study the bundle of wires from the jog dial to the faceplate. Is it twisted? Has it been crimped inside the case? Smooth and straighten the wires with your fingers gently. Remove severe bends.
6. Detach the small white plastic connector from the faceplate and untwist and smooth the wires. The connector should slip off easily. Now clean the metal pins that the connector mates to with a Q-Tip. Seat, remove and re-seat the connector 3 times to scrape off any built up corrosion. Ensure the wire bundle is smooth and untwisted and reattach the connector.
7. With the radio still apart, reinstall good batteries. DO NOT USE AC POWER! and check that you have returned the proper function of the jog dial.
8. Reinstall the wrist strap over the top corner post and carefully mate the two halves of the radio together. Continue to test and check the jog dial as you seat the halves together. Reinstall one or two case screws at a time, checking that the dial still functions until the radio is fully reassembled and the case is tight.
The passenger controls on the rear speakers are pretty easy to diagnose. The wire for Volume up is Pink/white, the volume down is gray/white. If the Pink/white wire is shorted to ground somewhere, then as soon as you turn on the radio, it will be like having the volume selector pushed up, and it makes sense how you describe it goes to mute and then returns to full volume as soon as you let go.
You don't say what model it is (I doubt it's a Road Glide, gotta be an Ultra), so it's not too hard to get at. Pull the outer fairing and look on the back of the HK Radio. There are 2 big connectors, when looking from the front you want the connector on the right. Pin 23 is down volume, pin 34 is up volume for the rear controls ONLY. So I would check the continuity to ground at pin 34 first, in other words pull the connector off the back of the radio, take a test lead and hook one end to +12v. Touch the tip to any grounded metal and it should light. Now touch the tip to pin 34 on the harness side of the connector. If the test light lights up, you have a short to ground on the pink/white wire. Now go to the right rear speaker on the tour-pak and disconnect the 6 pin connector and try the test again. The pink/white goes from pin 34 on the radio and runs through the harness to the passenger controls and nowhere else. It shouldn't be grounded anywhere. Let me know what you find out.