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5 pin din connector color codes for Panasonic Radio
I have a 1985 Aspencade that had a stock radio in it, but no antennae when I bought it, so was not able to test it. I purchased and installed the antennae, but no sound from the speakers. When I checked the wiring, I found all of the 5 pin din connectors were disconnected. I checked my Honda '85' Electrical Troubleshooting Manual to try and determine what the connections should be, but it just shows the schematic connections, but no indication of the color marks on the wires. I have 5 male connectors, two of which have no color markings, and only 2 females (one red and one blue), coming from the auto volume switch. The schematic shows the 2 din connectors on the auto volume ( the red one I believe goes to the P.A. which has no color mark) and the other blue marked wire, which is supposed to be connected to the radio, so I assume the others are for the missing CB radio ( I would guess the one marked grey). I would appreciate any help as to where the wires should go, or where I can find this info. Thanks....Foxy Too
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#1 10-27-2009, 11:26 AM,
hope this helps if not pm me an email and i'll send you some other pdf's

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#2 10-27-2009, 12:29 PM,
The color ID may have come off the Power Amp, it is supposed to be red.
The Blue Comes from the radio then goes to the Auto volume.




This may help

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#3 10-27-2009, 02:49 PM,
If the bike has the option for the intercom, called the headset junction box then there will be two female 5 pin connectors, the shorter one for the passenger the longer one for the driver.
If there had been a CB in there at one time there also maybe the multichanger box which is hidden in front of the power amp.
The only stupid questions are the one's that are not asked.

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#4 10-27-2009, 03:20 PM,
This is the basic radio setup, with the optional headset junction box in dotted lines


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