Question about Radio Communications
I was replacing the rear (bank one, sensor one) oxygen sensor on my 1995 toyota camry and the plug broke in my hand. I need to know the correct wiring sequence going to the O2 sensor for proper connection.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiring a mic
The Delta Force and Omega Force are wired the same way, so if the mic is not working on the radio, check the mic out to make sure it's working. Make sure you have the mic gain turned up on the radio. I assume the mic was not wired for another style of radio??
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
SOURCE: Omegaforce s45 mic wiring
1-Shield - Ground
2-White - Audio
3-Brown - Transmit
4-Green - Receive
Does this color code look like what you have in your mic?? sorry for the delay,,, Mechanic
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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