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Harley Davidson Charging System Troubleshooting Guide

Welcome to the D & L Auto Tech Tips and Suggestions Area, a special service D & L Auto and Marine provides: Problems (often called Defects) are manifested in alternators and starters that many times can be traced to malfunctions in wiring and/or other accessories on a vehicle. D & L Auto and Marine offers Tech Tips to help recognize and properly service these problems. The Tech Tips are compiled from various sources and are directed to "service professionals.” When servicing a mechanical or electrical item, be sure to follow all safety procedures. Using improper tools or procedures can result in personal injury and vehicle damage. D & L Auto and Marine will not be held liable for damages, expenses or other liabilities incurred from using these tips. Harley Davidson Charging System Troubleshooting Guide Listed below are some of the most common problems that occur in Harley Davidson charging systems, along with some likely causes and remedies. Due to the number of types of units and systems that exist, this is only a general listing of the most common problems, possible causes and remedies that are possible. You should also check your vehicle’s specific tech tips.

Programming the Remote and Keypad - (GTO) Support Center

Wired G3 Keypad Test 0200 If your gate opener will work with the remote transmitter, but not with a hard wired keypad, try the follow troubleshooting steps. Make sure that you have good batteries in the back of the keypad and that they are installed correctly observing polarity. Batteries are required to power the keypad even though you have it hard wired to the circuit board in the gate opener. In extreme cold weather, we recommend lithium/alkaline batteries. Try to Power Reset the keypad. Take one of the batteries out of the back of the keypad and allow it to power down for 30 seconds. Power the keypad back up by replacing the battery. The keypad should reset and begin to operate. -1- If the keypad still won’t work, try to reset the programming of the keypad. Once the keypad has been reset, you should be able to use the master code, 1234 to open or close the gate. If resetting the programming did not work, check the wiring from the keypad to the circuit board to ensure that the polarity is correct. The output on the keypad is polarity sensitive, so it will not work if the polarity is not correct. The Out terminal on the keypad should be connected to Cycle on the circuit board. The COM terminal on the keypad should be connected to the COM terminal on the circuit board. -2- If the keypad still won’t work, disconnect the wire from the Out terminal in the back of the keypad and short it to the COM terminal on the back of the keypad. This should activate the gate opener. If shorting the Out wire to the COM on the back of the keypad activates the gate opener, the wire and the gate opener are functioning properly, but there is a problem with the keypad. If shorting the Out wire to the COM on the back of the keypad does not work; then try shorting the Cycle and COM terminals on the circuit board with a jumper wire. This should activate the gate opener.

Wiring Instructions for 1812-082 Slave Keypad - DoorKing

Wiring Instructions for 1812-082 Slave Keypad The 1812-082 slave keypad is designed to work with the Model 1812 Telephone Intercom System. When installed with the 1812, the slave keypad provides momentary, continuous, and restricted entry codes to be accessed from a second location, and is typically installed on the inside of a gate operating system. The slave keypad does not provide any voice communication. 1871-010 Circuit Board 1597-010 Keypad 1598-010 Mounting 1. Remove the 1597-010 circuit board assembly from the slave housing to prevent damage during installation. 2. Mount the slave keypad housing so that it is not subject to continuous vibrations (slamming gates, doors, etc.), or use a DoorKing mounting post, part number 1200-045 or 1200-046. 3. Route all wiring into the slave keypad housing and re-install the circuit board. Wiring 1. Disconnect the 1812 keypad ribbon cable from the 1812 main circuit board. 2. Plug in the 1598-010 circuit board to the keypad input connector on the 1812 main circuit board. Install so that the numbers 1 - 8 are right side up. 3. Plug the keypad ribbon cable that was disconnected in step 1 onto the connector on the 1598-010 circuit board. 4. Wire terminals 1 - 8 on the 1598-010 circuit board to terminals 1 - 8 on the 1597-010 slave keypad terminals. Be sure that this wiring is isolated from ground. Use 22 AWG shielded cable, maximum length 200 feet. 5. Wire the slave keypad light to terminals 17 and 18 on the 1812 main terminal strip. 6. Connect the shield to ground. P/N 1812-067 REV B 5/01

Cisco SPA2102 Quick Start Guide - InfoStructure

Before You Begin D Make sure you have the following: • • • • • 1 A B Package Contents • • • • Phone Adapter with Router 5 V Power Adapter RJ-45 Ethernet Cable RJ-11 Phone Cable (not included with all models) • Power Adapter • Quick Installation Quick Installation Model SPA2102 Model No. No. F Power off your network devices, including your modem and PC. Connect one end of an RJ-11 phone cable to the Phone Adapter’s PHONE 1 port. Connect the other end to your analog telephone or fax machine. PHONE port to a telephone wall jack. Make sure you only connect a telephone or fax machine to the PHONE port. Otherwise, the Phone Adapter or the telephone wiring in your home or office may be damaged. C E Connect the Phone Adapter IMPORTANT: Do not connect the Phone Adapter with Router Voice An active Internet connection An active Internet phone service account and its settings A cable/DSL modem One computer for configuration of the Phone Adapter An analog telephone or fax machine with an RJ-11 phone cable Repeat Step B with the PHONE 2 port if you have an additional telephone or fax machine to connect. G B H Connect one end of an Ethernet network cable (included) to the ETHERNET port of the Phone Adapter. Connect the other end to the Ethernet port of your PC. Connect one end of a different Ethernet network cable to the INTERNET port of the Phone Adapter. Connect the other end to your cable/DSL modem. Power on the cable/DSL modem. Connect the included power adapter to the Phone Adapter’s power port, and then plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet. The power LED on the front panel will light up as soon as the Phone Adapter powers on. Power on your PC.

VEHICLE INDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOCATION - edoqs

VIN DETAILS The VIN consists of 17 characters 1. World Manufacturer’s Code 2. Vehicle Line 3. Model & Series 4. Body Type 5. Restraint System (Front Seat) 6 : Engine Type 7. Check Digit 8. Production Year 9. Production Plant 10. Vehicle Production Sequence Number KMH – Hyundai Motor Company, Korea C: LC, Lci 3: 3 Door sedan 4: 4 Door sedan 5: 5 Door sedan F: Standard G: Deluxe H: Super deluxe 0: Both sides (None) 1: Both sides (A/Belt) 2: Both sides (P/Belt) 3: D/Side (A/Belt & A/Bag), P/Side (A/Belt & P/Belt) 4: Both sides (A/Belt & A/Bag) 5: Depowered (A/Bag) B: 1495 DOHC F: 1341 SOHC G: 1495 SOHC Mathematically determined to validate frame numbers ; 0 – 9, X W: 1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 I: 2001 U: Ulsan Plant (Korea) M: Chennal (INDIA) 000001-999999 Page 3 HYUNDAI ACCENT ENGINE NUMBER DETAILS The engine identification number consists of 11 digits. 1. Engine Fuel 2. Engine Range 3. Engine Development Order 4. Engine Capacity 5. Production Year 6. Engine Production Sequence Number G: Gasoline L: LPG D: Diesel 4: In-line 4 cycle 4 cylinder A-Z A: 1.3 SOHC (MPI/CARB) B: 1.5 SOHC C: 1.5 DOHC W:1998 X:1999 Y:2000 1:2001 000001–999999 TRANSAXLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOCATION Description (Manual Transaxle) 1. Model 2. Model Year 3. Number of Teeth 3. Serial No. H: M5AF3 W:1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 20: 73→1.3 (SOHC), 1.5 (SOHC) 19: 73→1.5 (DOHC) 18: 73→1.3 (Carburetor) 000001–999999 Page 4 HYUNDAI ACCENT Description (Automatic Transaxle) 1. Model 2. Product Year 3. Final gear ratio 4. Classification of detail 5. Spare 6. Serial No. T: A4AF3 W: 1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 L: 3.656(1.3SOHC, 1.5DOHC, LCi1.5SOHC) K: 3.443(1.5SOHC, LCi1.3SOHC) C: 1.3SOHC, 1.5DOHC, 1.5SOHC(LCi) A: 1.5SOHC, 1.3SOHC(LCi)

HYUNDAI ACCENT
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HYUNDAI ACCENT 1. Open the trunk. Remove all trunk floor covers (A). Remove the rear scuff panel by pulling up on the top (B). On both sides of the trunk remove the plastic fasteners holding the felt trunk liner in place (C). 2. On the driver’s side pull back on the felt trunk liner to locate the vehicle’s taillight wiring harness connectors (D). The connectors will be similar to those on the T-Connector harness. Separate the connectors taking care not to damage the locking tabs (E). Insert the T-Connector end with the yellow wire between the separated connectors. Make sure the connectors are fully inserted with locking tabs in place. WARNING! Verify miscellaneous items that may be hidden behind or under any surface before drilling to avoid damage and/or personal injury. 3. Locate a suitable grounding point near the connector such as an existing screw with nut in the vehicle’s frame or drill a 3/32” hole and secure the eyelet of the white ground wire using the screw provided. 4. Locate a flat spot and adhere the black converter box to the inside body panel of the vehicle behind the felt trunk liner near the connector using the double-sided tape provided. 5. Route the T-Connector end with the green wire across to the passenger side behind the removed scuff panel. Repeat Step 2 on the passenger side using the T-Connector end with the green wire. Use the cable ties...

Rules and Regulations
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Rules and Regulations Governing Public Buildings and Grounds July 1999 Federal Property Management Regulations Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart 101-20.3 Authority: These rules and regulations are promulgated pursuant to Public Law 566, 80th Congress, approved June 1, 1948 (Title 40, U.S. Code 318); and the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (Title 63, United States Statutes at Large, 377), as amended. Applicability (41 CFR 101-20.300) These rules and regulations apply to all property under the charge and control of the General Services Administration and to all persons entering in or on such property. Each occupant agency shall be responsible for the observance of these rules and regulations. Inspection (41 CFR 102-20.301). Packages, briefcases, and other containers in the immediate possession of visitors, employees, or other persons arriving on, working at, visiting, or departing from Federal property are subject to inspection. A full Search of a person and any vehicle driven or occupied by the person may accompany an arrest. Admission to property (41 CFR 10120.302). Property shall be closed to the public during other than normal working hours. The closing of property will not apply to that space in those instances where the Government has approved the...

Wagner Update
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Catalog Supplement to June, 2001 WC900 Wagner Brake Products Catalog From the World Leader in Brake Pads™ ACURA 3.0CL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1999 - 1998 Wagner Part # Product Description BD125671 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Notes R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1999 - 1998 Wagner Part # Product Description BD125568 R DISC BRAKE ROTOR Notes 3.2CL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2001 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2001 QuickStop ZD787 Notes F ORGANIC PADS R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes 3.2TL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2002 - 2000 QuickStop ZD787 F ORGANIC PADS 1999 Wagner BD125674 Notes F DISC BRAKE ROTOR R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS 1999 Wagner BD125670 Notes R DISC BRAKE ROTOR 3.5RL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2002 - 2000 QuickStop ZD787 Notes F ORGANIC PADS R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes INTEGRA F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description Notes 2000 ThermoQuiet PD503 F PREM ORGANIC PADS Type R 2000 QuickStop ZD503 F ORGANIC PADS Type R 2000 Wagner BD125518 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Type R 2000 Wagner BD61982 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Exc. Type R Tuesday, April 02, 2002 Page 1 of 72 ACURA TRUCK MDX R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD865 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes Part # Product Description Notes BD125179 R BRAKE DRUM USA Built; 7 3/32 X 1 3/8 AMC-EAGLE SUMMIT R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1992 - 1991 Wagner TALON F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description Notes 1998 Wagner BD125032 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 2 WHEEL DRIVE/FWD/RWD 1997 Wagner BD125348 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 4 WHEEL/ALL WHEEL DRIVE 1994 - 1993 Wagner BD125348 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 4 WHEEL/ALL WHEEL DRIVE; w/o ABS Part # Product Description Notes BD125716 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Full cast rotor Notes AMC-JEEP TRUCK CHEROKEE F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 - 1999 Wagner R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description...

2004-2006 Moto Guzzi Breva 750 - Power Commander

2004-2006 Moto Guzzi Breva 750 Installation Instructions Parts List Button Adjustment Display Power Commander USB Cable CD-ROM Installation Guide Power Adapter Power Commander Decals Dynojet Decals Velcro® Strip Alcohol Swab Faceplate Buttons O2 Optimizer 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 Expansion Port USB Port The ignition MUST be turned OFF before installation! You can also download the Power Commander software and latest maps from our web site at: www.powercommander.com PLEASE READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION Dynojet Research 2191 Mendenhall Drive North Las Vegas, NV 89081 (800) 992-4993 www.powercommander.com i722-411 2004-2005 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 1 1 Remove the seat and right hand side cover. 2 Route the harness from the PCIII under the right hand frame tube (Fig. A). 3 Remove the 3 accessible screws that hold the ECU in place (Fig. B). 4 Pull out gently on the ECU to access the stock connector. Unplug this connector from the ECU (Fig. C). Fig. B Fig. A PCIII harness Remove these screws Fig.C Stock Connector i722-411 www.powercommander.com 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 2 5 Plug the connectors from the PCIII in-line of the stock wiring harness and ECU (Fig. D). 6 Install the PCIII behind the battery. Use the supplied velcro to keep the unit in place. 7 Locate the stock O2 sensor in the crossover of the stock header. Follow the wires from the O2 sensor to the main wiring harness. 8 Unplug the O2 sensor from the wiring harness and plug the Dynojet O2 Optimizer in-line of the stock wiring harness and O2 sensor (Fig. F). Fig.D PCIII Connectors Stock Connector Fig.E Attach the PCIII with the velcro in this area Fig.F Disconnect O2 sensor i722-411 www.powercommander.com 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 3 Install the O2 Optimizer under the left hand side cover (Fig. G). 10 Reinstall the seat and side cover Fig. G 9 www.powercommander.com It is not necessary to alter the values in the highlighted area. i722-411 The O2 optimizer for this model controls the stock closed loop area. This area is represented by the highlighted cells shown. The optimizer is designed to achieve a target AFR of 13.6:1. To use this optimizer you must retain your stock O2 sensor. The Optimizer will blink while the sensors are being heated up. The unit is not functioning properly until the light is solid. 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 4

Featured PowerCore Air Cleaners and ... - India Donaldson

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