FM BAND EXPANDER WIRING DIAGRAM
Telemetry Expander 2.0 Installation Instructions Covers
inserts on the expander. F. Replace the expander cover and reinstall the 3x10mm cap screws (2). G. Connect the communication cable to the expansion port on the receiver* (see Wiring Diagram). H. Power up the system and verify that all sensors have linked, indicated by a solid or blinking green LED on the expander.
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Jun 06, 2005Hello We brought a Jasper from Westcity comercials in WAd that the radio band expanders are for WA,don`t go high enough for Victoria brought a JVC cd radio cassete player with cd stackert facia of dash comes of fairly easy to remove either extra instrument binicle that holds tilt gauge or cover were binicle would fit screws found underniethubishi radio held in
noob question about installing band expander - I.C.E
Jun 05, 2009Some of you are gonna laugh but where do I connect the wire from the band expander to? There are no spare wires hanging around in there that I can use. Am I supposed to cut one of the many wires that go into the back of the stereo and connect that to the band expander? Please help!
Radio Band Expanders from Bridgwater Electronics
The Radio Band Expander (also known as a Wave Expander or FM Frequency Expander) enables the original equipment radio in Japanese import cars (Grey Imports) to receive UK radio transmissions. It achieves this by shifting the UK transmission FM frequencies into the band
Japanese import FM tuner conversion | My Blog
They also still restrict you to a 14MHz segment of the 20MHz public FM band and don’t display the correct frequency on the radio. This modification allows the radio to tune local station and display the correct frequency without the need for a band expander! Update: I’ve also added a
SCA FM Band Expander | Supercheap Auto New Zealand
A guide to hacking Japanese car radios | My Blog
Jul 02, 2010Do you have a Japanese import car that won’t tune to local FM radio stations? It’s a well known fact that Japan uses a different public FM broadcast band to the rest of the world; 76 to 90 MHz instead of the usual 87.5 to 108 MHz CCIR band you can use a band expander but these suffer from a number of drawbacks, not to mention that the radio does not display the correct frequency of