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Why does a bus er code comes up on my 2007 Harley Davidson ultra glide


"BUS Er" indicates Serial data bus shorted low/open/high. It is number 1 priority DTC fix

If speedometer reads "BUS Er" with the ignition key turned ON with the run/stop switch at RUN with the engine off, check the data bus for an open or short to ground between the data link connector [91A] terminal 3 and ICM connector [10B] terminal 12 on carbureted models, AND on EFI MODELS, ECM connector [78B] terminal 5 , TSSM connector [30B] terminal 3, speedometer connector [39B] terminal 2 or if a tachometer is installed, tachometer connector [108B] terminal 2.

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Picture upside down


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Finding your vehicle's connector is easy. Simply go to "Find My Car's Connector" section at CarMD website at http://www.carmd.com/70.6/Article/Find-My-Car's-Connector and provide your vehicle's year, make and model. The diagram below on the webpage will show the nine standard connector locations, which may vary by vehicle year, make and model. All are conveniently located inside the comfort and safety of your vehicle's passenger compartment. Hope this information helps answer your question.

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The 8 pin connector to the cluster got accidentally dismantled and all the 7 wires in the sockets popped out. I do not how to put them back as the wires do not have numbers corresponding to the plug.


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The pinout depends on year and model of the Mercedes. Models between 1988-1993 used the following 8-pin diagnostic.

8 pins diagnostic.

There are also several 8 pin connectors used in Mercedes radio and CD. Here the pinouts.

Regarding the connector at the back of the dash, to find pinout I will need year and model of the car.

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Truck does Not Start, No Spark to coil replaced Coil, All spark plugs and wires and battery still doesnt start Tryed using a code reader shows up No codes, Possible Problems?


Ignition Module REMOVAL & INSTALLATION The engine controller is the computer/microprocessor that regulates all ignition functions. All other models (1989-96) employ a 60-way connector. The 1989 models (only) employ an additional 14-way connector. In most cases, the engine controller is mounted in the engine bay to the firewall or a fender. Some early models mount the engine controller in an air duct mounted on the inside left fender. Access to these units hidden in the air duct requires some dismantling of the air duct to get to them. WARNING
Do not remove the grease from the 14-way connector or the connector terminal in the computer. The grease is used to prevent corrosion of the terminals. There should be at least a 1?8 in. (3.1mm) coating of grease on the bottom of the connector terminals. If not, apply a liberal coating of Mopar Multi-purpose grease No. 2932524, or equivalent, over the entire end of the connector plug.
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  2. Remove the air cleaner duct from the controller, if equipped.
  3. Remove the three module retaining screws.
  4. Remove the 14-way (1989 models) and 60-way connectors from the controller. NOTE: Check the 14-way and 60-way connectors for damaged or bent pins (and correct if any are found) prior to plugging it in.
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Battery charger for craftman electric lawn mower model no 625 connector from charger to battery is broken and need new connector or complete charger


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Crown amp xs900 will not reset



naz, get a hold of crown, tell them whats up. check all fuses and connections first. the unit is worth $900.00. they should be a little understanding.

Features
 

  • 2-ohm dual (per channel) : 1200W
  • 4-ohm dual (per channel) : 900W
  • 8-ohm dual (per channel) : 600W
  • 4-ohm Bridge : 2500W
  • 8-ohm Bridge 2100W

  • Indicators for : Signal, Clip, Power, AC Mains, Fault, Bridge, Temp.
  • Housed in a rugged, all-steel 2U chassis
  • Microprocessor-controlled protection system.
  • Flow-through ventilation from front to back.
  • Internal heat sinks with forced-air cooling for rapid, uniform heat dissipation.
  • EIA Standard 19-inch rack mount width
  • Safe with all types of loads.(2 to 8 ohms in Stereo, 4 to 8 ohms in Bridge Mono.)

Inputs 

  • XLR-¼" combo connectors: One per channel
  • 3-pin female XLR connector and TRS ¼" phone jack accept balanced or unbalanced signals.
  • 3-pin Phoenix-style connectors (2-channel models only),One per channel, accepts balanced or unbalanced signals.

Output 

  • Balanced XLR connectors (2-channel models only)
  • One per channel, 3-pin male XLR connector in parallel with XLR-¼" combo and Phoenix-style input connectors for daisy-chain operation.
  • 5-Way binding post output connectors: One pair per channel; accept banana plugs, spade lugs or bare wire.
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  • Accepts a 4-pole Speakon connector.

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Fuse box


Wiring relays and connections – all modelsRelays (typical)

1 Vacant
2 Intake manifold preheating relay (carburettor models) or fuel
pump relay (injection models)
3 Seat belt warning system relay
4 Gearshift indicator control unit
5 Air conditioner relay
6 Dual tone horn relay
7 Relay for foglights and rear foglight
8 Relief relay for X contact
10 Intermittent wash/wipe relay
11 Rear window wiper relay
12 Turn signal flasher or trailer towing warning relay
13 Seat belt warning system (interlock) or rear window, driving
lights and oil pressure warning relay
14 Window lift or seat belt warning system relay
15 Headlight washer relay
16 Control unit for idling speed increase
17 Fuse for rear foglight
18 Control unit for coolant shortage indicator
19 Thermo fuse for window lifters
20 Switch unit for heated driver’s seat
21 Switch unit for heated passenger’s seat
22 Switch unit for overrun cut-off
23 Vacant
24 Vacant
Relays are symbolised as a number in a black box
Not all relays are fitted to all models
Connections
A Multi-pin connector (blue) for dash panel loom
B Multi-pin connector (red) for dash panel loom
C Multi-pin connector (yellow) for engine compartment loom left
D Multi-pin connector (white) for engine compartment loom right
E Multi-pin connector (black) for rear wiring loom
G Single connector
H Multi-pin connector (brown) for air conditioner or wiring loom
K Multi-pin connector (transparent) for seat belt warning system
loom
L Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (carburettor models) or
multi-pin connector (grey) for dual tone horn (injection models)
M Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (injection models)
N Single connector for separate fuse (manifold heater element)
P Single connector (terminal 30)
R Not in use
Fuse colours
Blue 5A
Green 30A
Red 10A
Yellow 20A

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Hello Nada19,

The dock connector is the connector at the bottom of the iPod which the USB cable you use to connect the iPod to your computer plugs into. This is also the connector that is used to connect your iPod to a "dock" such as this one. An iPod dock, like this one is a device that you drop your iPod into for charging. It typically also has a connection for external speakers that can be used with the dock.

Not all models of iPod have a dock connector. And the actual layout of the dock connector varies from model to model. It sounds like you will need to use an iPod model that does have a dock connector to interface with the karaoke machine. You may also need an interface cable. Consult the documentation of your karaoke machine for more detailed info.

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