I took out my power supply to test and im not sure how to reconnect it. There is four different terminals(I think thats what there called) to plug connectors into. I plugged the ac main plug and the tuner gnd correctly but theres still two more terminals left. Does anyone have a picture?
The one on the left as viewed has nothing hooked up to it. the one on the right is your 300v output to your deflector board. it is that two wire plug. I think it is like brown and blue but I'm not sure. The wires should have enough memory in them to tell you where they were before and where they should go.
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It doesn't matter which terminal the wires go onto. Seems to me the '84 FXR was a Shovelhead powered machine, at least the early year models were. If the coil is located behind the rear cylinder on the left side of the bike, the white wire is usually on the top of the coil. But, like I said, the coil is not a "polarized" coil and it makes no difference really. Just make sure that you get all the wires together like they are supposed to be. The white wire that supplies voltage to the coil usually supplies voltage to the ignition unit as well and they must be on the same terminal. Check your wiring diagram that you got with your ignition unit. If you don't have one, go to their website, visit their "tech" section and download the installation instructions.
Hello Phenom, Hi.... to properly run/test a motherboard, you need to make sure this parts are good with no doubt functioning. 1. the power supply, 2. Memory, 3. keyboard, 4. Processor with FAN 5. PC speaker(built on-board or the thumb speaker) and 6. monitor
How to test. First remove all motherboard connections. Now reconnect the following.
1. make sure that the power supply 20/24 pin is connected properly to the motherboard (and please test this power supply before making connections. To test independently short green wire to ground and plug the unit. you should see the fan spin) 2. make sure that the 4 pin 12volt power connector is also plug in nice and tight. 3. clean the memory slot using a clean paint brush and the module (DDR/2) terminals (the contacts) using an eraser, 4. connect the keyboard, 5. make sure there is a PC speaker connected. 6. connect the power switch of the front panel, 7. Connect a monitor on the VGA port 8. Power on the PC. 8. Look at the keyboard lights 3 LED momentarily. num lock + caps lock + scroll lock and after several seconds 1 LED light, num lock only. If you reach this part you should also hear a beep. then the POST will appear. If you don't reach this part, start again from the top. do this several times. Still no response? you motherboard is bad.
Disconnect the battery. Connect the green wire to the Negative terminal.Put a 20a fuse inline on the black wire and connect to Negative terminal.Put a 20a fuse inline on the red wire and connect to Positive terminal. Put a 1a fuse on the yellow wire and connect to ignition switch - if you don't want to use the Ignition Sense feature, connect the yellow wire to Positive terminal.Re-connect the battery and test.
If your using different shims everytime I doubt the starter is the problem.Does it engage and turn slow or does it spin fast like the small gear is not engaging on the flywheel Have you cleaned the battery terminals. Have you tested the battery. A simple test you can do at home on the battery is hook up a 12 meter and if the voltage goes below 10v right away when you crank and the engine does not turn, then the battery is shot. Also alot of times the ground cable on the battery will go bad so a simple test for the battery terminal is use jumper cable and clamp to the negative side of battery and clamp the other end to the engine. This will give the battery a direct ground.
These units are famous for bad capacitors in the power supply and loose connections around the high voltage transformer. There are four capacitors in the power supply that will be bulged out on the top. They are towards the front of the power supply PCB. You have to remove the PCB in order to change these and repair the loose connections at the transformer. Cap values are marked on the components. Hope this helps. Thanks
This happened to me 2 or 3 times.I checked the power supply and found that it was loose(the one in the back of the actual 360 console)when I pushed it in properly,is worked fine,i have not got this problem at all since then.So just make sure the power supply is properly connected.
ok first the large red is battery connection, black large is ground find good source to ground, the 0.75 is most likely the power on for the amp you should hook it up to the power antenna wire on the radio. this will turn on the amp when the radio is turned on. the grey green and black are prob speaker hook ups input. the four wires are speaker outs, the red wire might be power for cd changer test it to see if it puts out power when amp is on.
Sisnce you didn't mention the protection LED, I'll assume it's not on.
You need to measure the voltage across the B+ and ground terminals of the amplifier to confirm that the voltage at the terminals is least 11 volts. Also check the voltage on the remote turn-on terminal. Place the black meter lead on the ground terminal of the amp and set the meter to DC volts.