|All accessories are powered through
this power panel. Panel is energized when the
relay is powered by the bike's accessory connection
using a 3 AMP fuse in the main fuse panel's accessory
position. Using a separate power buss to power
the accessories keeps the electrical load off of the
bike's wiring harness and gives the bike a lot of open
fusible positions for accessories.
|All ground connection of the
accessories are connected to this ground buss which is
connected to a solid frame ground. This approach
provides a neat and central location for providing
ground lines for accessories.
|Another GoldWing owner, David Sawyer
K1DRS, needed more position than one fuse panel would
provide and installed two panels. He has a write
up on his panel that can be seen by clicking HERE.
|This schematic shows the wiring
diagrams necessary to understand the construction of
the harnesses needed to connect a GoldWing or J&M
compatible helmet headset to a group of Kenwood
amateur radios. There is also a diagram showing
the pin-outs for a helmet 5-Pin DIN
|This drawing shows the position and
description for the Kenwood microphone plug.
This drawing might not agree with the illustration in
your user manual, but this drawing is correct and
shown correctly in some user manuals.