Question about 2006 Mazda Miata
My Mazda MX-5 was off the road for the winter and the batery died. Now when the engine is shut off for more than a few hours I loose my presets and the clock goes to 12:00.Please Help. Thanks Scott
The radio and clock needs two voltage supplies. one is connected B+ ( means always has voltage even when off) usually red wire and ACC+( means it is supplied only when you switch to acc position) usually orange wire. the red B+ wire supplies the memory for this devices. you might have a loose wire in that circuit
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