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My name is John, and I will be assisting you with your issue today.
With your unit face-up, you will have three (3) pins in the back, the positive (+) is the pin on the end closest to the next pin. the negative (-)
pin is the one that,s further away from the others. You can purchase this
plug at any CB shack or RADIO SHACK for a few bucks.
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Most units do NOT allow modulation adjustment as any more than 90-100% modulation causes adjacent channel signal "Splatter" therefore is subject to restrictions, hence generally that is locked. Also there really is no reason to have more than 100% modulation..as well ... why? I would suggest a voice/speech "Compressor" would be more suited.
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go to any cb shop maybe even radio shack in your area. these plug in cords are fairly easy to find. even check with other cbers around you they may help you. these cords are usually fused so you shouldn't mess up. red fused to voltage and black to good ground. good luck
The first thing to do is to check if your power wire actually has power to it. Do this with a test light or a multimeter. Given that the wire is powered, check to make sure your ground is good. Modern cars have so much plastic in them that grounds may be hard to find. The next step is to check the rig's fuse. Make sure the microphone is plugged in, too. If none of this helps, your radio needs repair or replacement.