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FF7829

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buddy of mine just got one and now were trying to figure out what harness we need to use a scan head on it?
 

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buddy of mine just got one and now were trying to figure out what harness we need to use a scan head on it?
I have had little luck with GE, Ericsson, Comnet, M/A-COM, Tyco, Harris EV Charger. It is one of the many poor performing products that have been sold over the years. I do know that depending on what model radio you use with this charger, you may need to update the feature code of the radio to operate with the external control head. I remember that I needed this for a MRK.

Sorry that I don't have the harness answer. I would need to get back to you on this.
 

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I have had little luck with GE, Ericsson, Comnet, M/A-COM, Tyco, Harris EV Charger. It is one of the many poor performing products that have been sold over the years. I do know that depending on what model radio you use with this charger, you may need to update the feature code of the radio to operate with the external control head. I remember that I needed this for a MRK.

Sorry that I don't have the harness answer. I would need to get back to you on this.
What problems have you had with the EV charger?
 
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