Im rewiring my 84 s10 v8 swap, Ive gutted my cab, no dash needed,. I need to know what wires out of fusebox start, and which ones to run motor. Im running tahgo switches to everything, including horn,wipers,etc. I need to understand what colors do what?
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If you have a new head unit then you should have (or can download) the wiring layout for the unit. In regard to the car, you will have a number of wires to identify. Try following these steps:
1. With ignition off. Using a meter or test lamp identify the wire that has permanent 12V. Note this and protect the end (tape it) to stop accidental shorts. This is your permanent 12V.
2. With the ignition on look for another wire that now has 12V. Verify that it comes and goes when you turn the ignition switch. Note this and protect the end of this one also. This is your switched 12V.
3. With the ignition off, and the meter set to measure resistance check the remaining wires for one that shows connection/short to a solid chassis ground point. This is your earth.
4. Speaker wires should be fairly obvious pairs solid colours with a mate that is the same solid colour and a stripe e.g. last one I did was green + green and black stripe on one side and grey + grey/black on the other. To ID left and right just get an AA battery and touch this wires on each end of the battery you will hear a scratching noise in the speakers. Note which colour goes to which side.
5. Wire remaining (if any) will be a remote power antenna lead if fitted.
In a WDS network, all the access points need to be in WDS mode, and one of them needs to be wired directly to a routed internet connection.
Here is a very good detailed tutorial on how WDS works and how to configure and troubleshoot your own WDS network:
How To: Setting up WDS Bridging / Repeating
It turns out that im not as stupid as i first thought????
I plugged the ethernet lead back into the router and my laptop and the orange "wired" flashing light that has been bugging me has now gone out.
I thought that maybe it was flashing for me to update the firmware but it must have just been a hiccup??
All is well now though. If it happens to anybody else then please try the basics that i tried first.
You can get the message even if you have the ports open. As long as the patch is downloading just ignore it. it may sit in the same spot for a bit but its still transferring. I've never noticed a difference in speed. It will take quite a while for a new install to patch. I'd leave it for a few hours.
My nephue has the same problem i told him to junk it and get a diffrent brand. He did and now he has no problem with the internet. Also I just tried to install it on my PC but all I get is a 10 seconds of internet then it does not connect after that. Thats why I was looking for any info on this problem.
In general the Wan port of the router gets
connected to the modem (box supplied by your internet service provider or ISP) where the computer used to connect and the
computer connects to the switch portion of the router which often has 4 or more
ports. The router has configuration options that must be set to comply
with your internet service providers (ISPs) requirements. These can often be found on his support web site.
If you can provide the link to the website I can assist with the
search. Otherwise I will need the name of the ISP. If this ISP is cable
related like Road Runner I will need the associated cable provider. I
will also may need to know the country, city and state in which you are
located as some ISPs have geographic differences in equipment.
Depending on what that information determines I may also need to know
the Manufacturer and Model of the Modem -- probably the box supplied by your ISP. It would also be helpful to
know if you got the router used or new. Used routers may have been
configured by their previous owner and require additional changes to
new routers with factory default settings.
All of the above information may
lead to the determination that maybe we must enter a static IP address
into the router, maybe we need to provide for PPPoE login for the
router, maybe we need to configure the modem to allow the router to
perform the PPPoE login, and several other such items. This is probably
not a one reply solution.
To provide detailed information concerning that I will need to know the model number of your Belkin Router.