Answer I had a similar problem when I put a CD player in my 92 explorer. The problem was that somehow I used the hot wire from the headlights. I simply just rewired the power wire and problem solved.
First of all I would check the power source. If you didn't use a wiring harness some of the 12v power is discontinued when you turn the headlights on. Using either a voltmeter or testlight check for a constant power source. THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF THIS IS CONNECTING YOU VEHICLES DASH LIGHT WIRE TO THE GROUND ON THE STEREO
Headlights don't work on 90 tempo L, fuses are all good.Filements are also all good in headlights. New headlight also does not work...
Short answer, no. Not without some work. Your GL1200 radio has an external amp for the speakers. Your standard car radio will not work with the amp. You would have to bypass the amp. Also, the GL1200 radio has a pin connector plug on the back of it. This connector plug has about 30 different pins. You would have to take the end off the bike and directly wire your new radio to the power supply and speakers. The new car radio will not work with the handle bar mounted control swithes. The new radio will not have auto volume. The new radio will not have the intercom system, as that is built into the factory radio. It could be done, but it would take a lot of work. If your current factory radio does not work, I recommend going to eBay and looking for a used replacement. The radio, when working is a pretty good radio, and gets good reception. If your looking for a CD changer, I would avoid it. I have seen satellite radios hooked into the factory radio, but I personally use a FM transmitter for my CD/mp3 player. That way the signal would go through the factory radio on a FM channel and be played over the speakers or through your headsets.
strip the engine out then replace it with a new one with that type of make and model
I would be looking for maybe a grounding issue
It is the relay that is directly under the radio. same thing happened to me. I popped them out burnished the contacts and put them back in. It worked, if not you'll have to get a new one. Not too expensive.
most likely a damaged disc reader if its out of warranty it will probably be cheaper to buy a new radio
Then you can see (on the clock) it's time to buy a new radio!
did you buy a brand new switch? or replace with another old one, i did the same thing on an old Chevy i had 2 switches, 1 would turn my headlights on but no dash, and the other would turn my dashlights on but no headlights, maybe just need to try another used switch. or by a new one.
CD players do break but does the radio still work? You may just need to install a new radio
There is 3 fused links above the battery. One controls the headlights. They need to have a new link put on.
The new alternator is bad happens all the time.
WHAT ARE YOU DUMB REPALCE YOUR LIGHT BULBS STUPID! Not stupid replaced circuit boards checked fuses ran test light . When headlights are on no brake light or taillights and have all new bulbs stupid. Turn headlights off brake lights work, so figure that out smart man
No they don'tYou need to get all new wiring harnesses made for that year, new fenders from that year, new hood from that year, new bumper from that year, and then , yes they will work.
Check for a bad ground Im guessing that you connected the new CD player power wire to the illumination wire for the old stereo. Find a power wire that has 12v when the ignition is on.
make sure amp remote wire is connected to p.cont wire and not power ant wire on the radio
Get some new ones
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this may be a relay problem just a guest but the turn signals and the hazards carry separate ts switch on most vehicle (not all)
The sudden change of battery will take some time to ajust to. best thing to do is get a new radio! or you can wait for your old one to work.
The radio on a 2003 Chevy Impala can be typically be fixed by replacing the fuse. If the radio does not work when powered, it will need to be replaced with a new unit.
No power? Do you also have No headlights? No horn? No radio? If so, check: 1. Clean the inside of the battery terminals 2. Check for blown fuses, fusible links, and relays Did you charge the battery after you bought it? New batteries are not fully charged when you buy them new.
Headlights have two filaments; one for low beams and one for high beams. There is a good chance that the low beams are burnt out. This doesn't necessarily mean that the high beams won't work. However, it's not too common for both low beams to burn out at the same time. Of course, it could be a fluke. I would replace the headlights with new ones and then go from there.
check the speakers
In your owners manual, there should be a radio code & how to enter it.
GO AND BUY I NEW light bulb !