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Sears roadtalker ssb 40 channel

Ive been trying to wire a power mic up on my cb put i dont know the pin outs. could you help me with that ?

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If your talking about the Sears Roadtalker 40 am only model I got ya covered...its the same pinout as the radio shack 5 pin dins...here is the order
Pin 1 = GND
Pin 2 = Not Connected
Pin 3 = transmit
Pin 4 = Audio
Pin 5 = Recieve
Hope this helps you..

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