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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the charging system runsfrom a stator which is underneath the flywheel and runs to a rectifier/regulator module and to the battery. it will power the blades if it is an electric clutch system and also the fuel plunger system on the carbuerator
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
An immobilizer bypass is an electrical circuit which allows current to flow to whatever component is starved of current to keep the engine from running (usually the coil). The immobilizer opens the circuit to the coil, the immobilizer bypass closes the circuit to the coil.
If you didn't install an immobilizer circuit, then you don't need the bypass. There are probably instructions you missed in the manual explaining the immobilizer circuit.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
You do not specify what particular amp or powered subwoofer you intend to install, so I'm assuming that you have an amp that uses a remote 12V+ signal to turn the amp on and off. Some powered subwoofer systems like the Bazookas, Infinity Basslink, and MTX Thunderlink use an "audio sensing" circuit that turns the sub on only when the radio is on. Some amps also have such a "turn-on" circuit that is active when speaker level inputs are used. I'd recommend that you check the documentation that came with your amp and see if it has such a feature.
For a normal subwoofer amp with power, ground, and remote terminals, the remote terminal usually just needs a 12V+ source to turn the amp on.
In your vehicle, the gray wire coming from the receiver harness is a 12V+ switched source.
Here's a link to the '98 Camry wiring color code:
With this connection, the amp will power on whenever the vehicle ignition is on or in accessory, regardless of whether the radio is on or off. If this is objectionable, you can simply add a SPST toggle switch inline with the lead and turn it on only when needed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
White wire with red tracer goes to terminal 1, Three solid white wires go to terminal 2 and the two white wires with black tracers go to terminal 3.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
yellow 12v battery
red 12v accessory
blue/white amp rem
blue power antenna
white fr left +
white/black fr left -
grey fr right +
grey/black fr right -
green rear left +
green/black rear left -
purple rear right +
purple/black rear right -
this is the standard wiring for clarion cd players
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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