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Re: I broke my cooler :(
You can solder the two open ends of the wires/base together. Generally, it doesn't hurt at all to have the yellow wire not connected. As long as the fan is still running, you will be fine. The yellow wire gives information about the fan RPM. You just won't be alerted if the fan stops working.
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L1 L2 are the common or line,cord color doesn't mater, green is ground. also should be the ones with screws. try powering the motor for just a few second 2-3 at the most, if it snapsright to life you got it, if it starts slow or not at all, immediately shut it off and check the wiring again. pictures help us fixya guy help u better. there is thousands of different motors
red & black is your power + & ground -. Yellow and black is your video and ground. you probably don't have audio if there is not another wire. If you have a shield wire around the others sometimes that is used for ground and in that case red and shield wire would usually be the power.
Here are the Pin outs for different mics that will work with your radio. If a wire is not listed then you cut it off. It's best to keep the wires as short as possible no longer than a half inch is suggested. Normally the Cobra pin out is standard for most radios.
Stock - 1- Shield (Ground) 2- Yellow (Audio) 3- Red (Transmit) 4- White (Receive)
Astatic - (4 wire) 1- Shield 2- White 3- Red 4- Black
Astatic - (6 wire) 1- Shield & Blue 2- White 3- Red 4- Black Yellow NC
Daiwa EM-500, Cobra, CA Series - 1- Shield & Black 2- Red 3- White 4- Blue
Galaxy DC-521S - (4 wire) 1- Shield 2- Yellow 3- Red 4- Black
Galaxy CB-660EI - 1- Shield & Black 2- White 3- Red 4- Blue
Sadelta - 1- Shield 2- White 3- Brown 4- Green
Turner - 1- Shield & Red 2- White 3- Blue 4- Black Yellow NC
Here is the wire diagram for several common mics in relation to a 4 pin CB. Most recent 4 pin CB's such as Midland, Cobra, Connex, Uniden, etc can use 4 pin mics. The wiring is actually depending on the mic rather than the CB so long as the CB's are 4 pin as well. Once you go back to late 80's the 4 pin design was a little different. Anything new it is simpler.
1- Shield (Ground)
2- Yellow (Audio)
3- Red (Transmit)
4- White (Receive)
Astatic - 4 wire
static - 6 wire
1- Shield & Blue
Cobra CA Series
1- Shield & Black
Galaxy DC-521S - 4 wire
1- Shield & Black
Turner RK56 Road King
1- Shield & Red
the green an yellow wire is a ground. Look for an area on the board with a ground symbol . Can you not match the location from the old board???
Either way the black and red are your positive and negative power, while the third is the ground. The wire probably are located in close proximity to each other.
Let me know if this helps
I think someone has used wiring that didn't come with the opener. One the rear of the motor unit are wiring terminals. The sensors connect to terminals 2 and 3. Whichever color wire is connected to terminal 2 goes to the screw marked white and the wire on terminal 3 goes to the screw marked black. This information is if you have a Craftsman or Chamberlain opener.
Factory in-dash wire harness that
snaps into the factory radio.
AS VIEWED FROM MATING END OF CONNECTOR
E F G H I N O P
A B C D J K L M
Note: using an optional snap on wire harness adapter will simplify the wiring. Most snap on
wire harness adapters have already converted and color coded the wires from the auto
makers in dash wire harness to match typical aftermarket radio wire colors.
** The wire colors listed in the chart above are typical for these vehicles during these years
but may not be the exact colors for this vehicle. This is another reason to use a snap on
wire harness adapter. **
Typical Honda/Acura "Typical" New Radio
Pin What It Is In Dash Wire Color Equivalent Wire Color
A Right Rear Spkr (+) Red w/ Yellow Stripe Purple
B Left Rear Spkr (+) Blue w/ Yellow Stripe Green
C Power Antenna Trigger Brown w/ White Stripe Blue or Blue w/ Wht Stripe
D +12 Volt Ignition Wire Yellow w/ Red Stripe Red
E Right Rear Spkr (-) Brown w/ White Stripe Purple w/ Black Stripe
F Left Rear Spkr (-) Gray w/ White Stripe Green w/ Black Stripe
G Ground Wire Black Black
H Do Not Use
I Do Not Use
J +12 Volt Battery Wire White w/ Yellow or Blu Stripe Yellow
K Dash Light Dimmer Wire Orange
L Left Front Spkr (+) Blue w/ Green Stripe White
M Right Front Spkr (+) Red w/ Green Stripe Gray
N Do Not Use
O Left Front Spkr (-) Gray w/ Black Stripe White w/ Black Stripe
P Right Front Spkr (-) Brown w/ Black Stripe Gray w/ Black Stripe