Question about Cars & Trucks
There are 2 possible answers that I can suggest:
1) The radio is wired so that the supply is not isolated by the ignition switch. Normally the switch has to be in the "accessory" position for the radio to function. If the radio is connected correctly, it's possible that the switch function has been compromised.
2) There is a "delay" in the wiring circuitry that leaves the radio on while all the other courtesy lights are on. This is the way it is in my Dodge.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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