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In the headlight shell of an'83 Suzuki gs1100e there are 4 or 5 connectors. what connections are made between each side of the 9 pin connector. I have 18 dangling wires. electricity is a mystery to me

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(There are different versions of the ba-200, so I'm assuming they al use the same wiring/pinout...) if you look at the amp on the enclosure(right-side up... so the writin goes left->right): The top left pin is #1, beside it is #2, then #3. The bottom left pin is #4, beside it is #5, then #6. #1 Right speaker positive input #2 Empty #3 12 Volt Constant Power #4 Left speaker positive input #5 Remote turn on / Acc power input #6 Ground Now there's supposed to be a 15-amp fuse on pin #3 (12v constan power).

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SOURCE: need pin out info for aqua vu 4 pin connector

I figured it out:

Here goes: There are 4 wires inside the Aqua Vu cable that runs to the underwater part of the cam.

Red = Hot or 12 volt power from battery postive (red) terminal

Black = Ground - ground to battery negative terminal

White= Video input (or center of video coax)

Green= Infrared lighting control, if you ground the green wire against the black/ground, you will see

that it switches ON the infrared or "Christmas" lights. Simply put a switch on the green wire after you ground it, so you can switch your IR's on and off.



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SOURCE: need wiring and 9pin connector diagram

Dell (Altec Lansing) A425 Subwoofer Pinouts

This is a standard female DB-9 serial port.
Here are the pinouts.

Pin 1 = Left Speaker Out +

Pin 2 = Left Speaker Out - (Common Ground)

Pin 3 = Left Line In +

Pin 4 = Right Line In +

Pin 5 = Left/Right line In - (Common Ground)

Pin 6 = Right Speaker Out +

Pin 7 = Right Speaker Out - (Common Ground)

Pin 8 = Power A

Pin 9 = Power B

Jumper (short) Power A to B to turn on.
If you want a volume control you need to put one on the inputs. You will buy buy a stereo volume control or potentiometer.
Here is some info on how to do this.
http://g4tv.com/screensavers/features/43665/Pump-Up-The-Volume.html

Cheers!

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Electrical Connector burnt on headlight. Can connector be replaced?

cut the wire at bulb install female wire connector

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