Question about Maxon MCB-30 40-Channels Base CB Radio

2 Answers

Wiring Three wires.. Red, Orange, Black. What needs to go where in the fuse box to give me continuous power. Thanks , Mike.

Posted by mstancil on

  • dacondon May 14, 2008

    need to know where the wires go



×

Ad

2 Answers

DJ1219

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    Corporal:

    An expert that has over 10 points.

    Problem Solver:

    An expert who has answered 5 questions.

  • Contributor
  • 5 Answers

The orange goes to a fuse that is always on. That's how it remembers things when it is powered down.Like the clock on a Car stereo.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

Ad

Anonymous

Twist red and orange together and hook to power then put the black to ground

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

2003. What colour wire gets a voltage out of a three pin alternator


Color wire ! Blue an gray are to the PCM - engine computer ,red is power to the alternator from fuse F1.10 - 10 amp. in the under hood fuse box . The heavier gage wire on the back of the alternator has an inline 175 amp fuse ,an should show B+ voltage . There is no orange wire , red ! may be faded . Explain voltage out of three pin alternator . The heavier gage wire on the back of the alternator goes to the battery an carries charging current to battery an electrical system .

Jun 22, 2016 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Where is the location of the power seat circuit breaker on a 2001 s10 blazer lt?


I think that more than likely wher eit draws the power in the fuse box the circuit feed to the fuse is burnt out ,this is often a strip on the back of the fuse box that runs across the frrd to the fuses so check for a feed in the fuse box on the fuse for the power seat

Oct 21, 2014 | 2001 Chevrolet Blazer

1 Answer

Electrical/wiring for a pendant fixture


white - nuetral

black - zap the junk out of you positive

if you can test continuity then test for source power, check both black wires and the red. the white wire better be neutral



set your volt ohm meter to 200 VAC if you have a cheap dial one or if you have a nice auto range one, set it to AC volts and test. red to the three wires, black lead on white...

Dec 29, 2013 | Dryers

1 Answer

I have replaced the cooling sensor with 2 wires on my 1999 ford tauras dohc and the fans still dont come on...can someone help me out on what else to check?


89b004a0-3483-43bf-8c74-29d0d7af8fa7.jpgI'm not sure what your reason was to change out the temp sensor but guessing some diagnosing should be done before you were to purchase more parts that aren't needed. To start with have you even checked the fuse for the cooling fans. In the picture above is the layout of the fuses & Relays in the fuse panel under the hood of the vehicle. I marked the fuse that needs to be checked with a red arrow and the yellow arrow is the low speed cooling fan relay location. There is some testing in order to check that but if the fans are not working on any speed then I doubt it's a relay issue. With the A/C on or the engine hot enough, you can check the red wire with the orange stripe or the red wire with the gray stripe. Using a test light you should have power in one of those wires. The red/gray wire is power for high speed and the red/orange wire is for low speed. If no power there then you are dealing with a wiring issue. I seem to recall but would have to look but I believe that year taurus had a main box to operate the cooling fans mounted to the crossmember just in front of the radiator. I think it was a black box with a number of wires at the connector to it. In any case check your fuse if you haven't chack your ground at the fan motors (the black wire) and check for power. If no power and ground is good as well as the fuse, you can reply here or email me directly at [email protected] and I can give you some other testing procedures to help diagnose it. Hope this helped....

Jun 05, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Fitting SPY 5000m Alarm Suzuki Bandit 1200 NOT WORKING


wiring diagram would be helpful if theres a link, have you taken the ignition power source from before or after the switch. i.e does this need a live continual power or just on power.

Mar 10, 2013 | Motorcycles

1 Answer

Need power color wire help


Hi. The red wire is your real positive wire and goes to your fuse box on a fuse with 12V only when ignition is turned on.

The orange one needs to get steady 12V. Plug it on an always alive 12V fuse.

The black wire is the ground. Put it on a screw attached to the frame, you can find one inside your fuse box.

If your are not familiar with all of these just twist your red and orange wires together (positive) and plug it to your battery positive + pole. Put the black one on the negative pole - of your battery. This is the easiest way to go if you have enough wire length.

Hope it helps!

Feb 09, 2011 | Cobra 18 WX ST 40-Channels Base CB Radio

1 Answer

I don't know how I copied and pasted so much sorry about that. But my question is I have orange and red wires with fuses and black wire without do I hook both red and orange to hot and black to ground?


it depends on what radio if you have a cobra 18wx style or maxon's, or a radioshack type the red is constant power 12v, orange is a switched 12v.. IE key like a stereo, and black is ground. if you have a 25 or 29 ltd types or exports they only have 2 wires red 12v and black ground. but you do find some power cords that have all three, and the orange on the 25 / exports are not used.

Feb 09, 2011 | Cobra 25 WX-NW-ST 40-Channels Base CB...

1 Answer

Radio works just have no digital read out on 1999 explorer. Is it fused related?


Hello! Yes It could be fuse related. You have lost power on the Blue/Red lead, which is illumination to the radio.

If you have a multimeter you can look for +12volts on this wire with the key on. If it is not present; Check fuse #27 15amp inside drivers side fuse box.

In case you ever need the entire wiring; Here it is...

Green/Yellow memory +12volts with key off

Yellow/Black ignition +12volts with key on

Red Ground

Blue/Red +12volts with key on

SPEAKERS

FR + White
FR - Green/Orange
FL + Orange/Green
FL - Light Blue/White
RR + Orange/Red
RR - Black/White
RL + Pink/Green
RL - Pink/Blue


Guru...................saailer


I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/david_6df67de3b14de867

Jan 12, 2010 | Bose Car Audio & Video

1 Answer

I want to replace my new exit sign with the


If you have 120 volts to the box, then just put a piece of tape or wire nut on the orange wire, and connect the black and white wires to the wires in the box. If it is 270 volts to the box, then connect your black and orange leads to the wires in the box.

hope this helps

Oct 01, 2009 | Sign Led Emergency Exit - Red

1 Answer

I need no color code for 2006 ford taurus


+12V DC Battery(Constant) Red/yellow - Control unit in left side of luggage compartment 17 20 amp Junction box in front center of engine compt.

Switched Accessory Red/orange - In-line with the starter relay 27 5 amp Junction box in front center of engine compt.

Ground Black/lt.green

Remote Turn On(output) Brown/orange Pin 8 of CD changer. Also light green/black between rear control unit (C388B-2) and front panel (pin 4).

Illumination See notes *

Left Front + Orange/lt.green

Left Front - Lt.blue/white

Right Front + White/lt.green

Right Front - Dk.green/orange

Left Rear + Grey/lt.blue

Left Rear - Tan/yellow

Right Rear + Orange/red

Right Rear - Brown/pink


Notes
Information listed in the harness section refers (in this case) to the rear control unit in left side of the luggage compartment.

* Illumination is controlled from the integrated control panel, thru dark blue/white at pin 2.

INTEGRATED CONTROL PANEL has white/red for battery input (pin 11), with fuse no. 33 of 15 amps in the junction box under left side of dash; black/pink for acc. power (pin 6), with fuse 22 of 15 amps in the junction box under left side of dash; red/yellow for hot in start or run (pins 5 & 16), with fuse no. 32 of 10 amps in the same location.

AUDIO connections between the integrated control panel (front) and the rear control unit (rear) are as follows:

R+ dark blue/white wire between pin 9 of front unit & pin C388B-7 of rear unit;

R- gray wire between pin 19 of front unit & pin C388B-20 of rear unit;

L+ brown/light green wire between pin 20 of front unit & pin C388B-6 of rear unit;

L- white/pink wire between pin 10 of front unit & pin C388B-19 of rear unit.



AUDIOPHILE SYSTEM has right and left tweeter speakers branching to right and left front speakers with the same colors.


Thanks for using FixYa - a FixYa rating is appreciated for answering your FREE question.

Apr 12, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

Not finding what you are looking for?
Maxon MCB-30 40-Channels Base CB Radio Logo

Related Topics:

199 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Maxon Radio Communications Experts

Van Allen
Van Allen

Level 2 Expert

277 Answers

Brad Brown

Level 3 Expert

18378 Answers

eradiostore
eradiostore

Level 3 Expert

1658 Answers

Are you a Maxon Radio Communication Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...