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  1. #1
    willywasp
    Guest
    Just one of those really annoying things that bug us all from time to
    time...

    I bought (Ebay!) a Cark-91 kit, and I'm in the process of installation....

    HOWEVER, the one thing that really bugs me is the wiring.....

    5 lovely colours to choose from, and I cannot find anyone on the net, (well
    so far!), that can tell me which does what.....

    Even the Nokia site tells us nowt!


    Can anyone help?

    I guess that red is live, and the black earth....

    then there's the green, blue, and yellow.......


    one I guess is radio mute....(needed!) and the others just dangle in free
    space?

    Any help really appreciated....

    Ta Muchly





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  2. #2

    Re: Cark-91 wiring...

    On Thu, 31 Mar 2005 18:14:08 +0000 (UTC), "willywasp"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Just one of those really annoying things that bug us all from time to
    >time...
    >
    >I bought (Ebay!) a Cark-91 kit, and I'm in the process of installation....
    >
    >HOWEVER, the one thing that really bugs me is the wiring.....
    >
    >5 lovely colours to choose from, and I cannot find anyone on the net, (well
    >so far!), that can tell me which does what.....
    >
    >Even the Nokia site tells us nowt!
    >
    >
    >Can anyone help?
    >
    >I guess that red is live, and the black earth....
    >
    >then there's the green, blue, and yellow.......
    >
    >
    >one I guess is radio mute....(needed!) and the others just dangle in free
    >space?
    >
    >Any help really appreciated....
    >
    >Ta Muchly
    >

    Look here, the install manual is in the archive (its split into parts)
    http://www.eserviceinfo.com/download.php?fileid=9648


    HTH


    Alan
    Take DogForAWalk before replying by e-mail



  3. #3
    Dr G
    Guest

    Re: Cark-91 wiring...

    Yellow is normally the radio mute. Blue is normally the ignition sense (12v
    switched live). Red and black are permanent live and ground as you said.
    Can't recall the green though! If I remember right, you'll need a 1A
    (switched live) and 2A (permanent live) in line fuses too. This is from
    memory though, so is without gurantees!


    "willywasp" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Just one of those really annoying things that bug us all from time to
    > time...
    >
    > I bought (Ebay!) a Cark-91 kit, and I'm in the process of installation....
    >
    > HOWEVER, the one thing that really bugs me is the wiring.....
    >
    > 5 lovely colours to choose from, and I cannot find anyone on the net,

    (well
    > so far!), that can tell me which does what.....
    >
    > Even the Nokia site tells us nowt!
    >
    >
    > Can anyone help?
    >
    > I guess that red is live, and the black earth....
    >
    > then there's the green, blue, and yellow.......
    >
    >
    > one I guess is radio mute....(needed!) and the others just dangle in free
    > space?
    >
    > Any help really appreciated....
    >
    > Ta Muchly
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Steve Parry
    Guest

    Re: Cark-91 wiring...

    willywasp fumbled, fiddled and fingered:

    > Just one of those really annoying things that bug us all from time to
    > time...
    >
    > I bought (Ebay!) a Cark-91 kit, and I'm in the process of
    > installation....
    >
    > HOWEVER, the one thing that really bugs me is the wiring.....
    >
    > 5 lovely colours to choose from, and I cannot find anyone on the net,
    > (well so far!), that can tell me which does what.....
    >
    > Even the Nokia site tells us nowt!
    >
    >
    > Can anyone help?
    >
    > I guess that red is live, and the black earth....
    >
    > then there's the green, blue, and yellow.......
    >
    >
    > one I guess is radio mute....(needed!) and the others just dangle in
    > free space?
    >
    > Any help really appreciated....
    >
    > Ta Muchly



    http://www.gwynfryn.co.uk/downloads/cark91.pdf

    HTH?

    --
    Steve Parry
    K100RS SE & F650
    and a 520i SE Touring for comfort

    (not forgetting the SK90PY)

    http://www.gwynfryn.co.uk





  5. #5
    Steve Parry
    Guest

    Re: Cark-91 wiring...

    Dr G fumbled, fiddled and fingered:

    > Yellow is normally the radio mute. Blue is normally the ignition
    > sense (12v switched live). Red and black are permanent live and
    > ground as you said. Can't recall the green though! If I remember
    > right, you'll need a 1A (switched live) and 2A (permanent live) in
    > line fuses too. This is from memory though, so is without gurantees!
    >


    Green is for power antenna function


    --
    Steve Parry
    K100RS SE & F650
    and a 520i SE Touring for comfort

    (not forgetting the SK90PY)

    http://www.gwynfryn.co.uk





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