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My new cd player wont turn off in my 1999 Honda Civic

My new cd player wont turn off, I have to connect the constant and power wires all together to get the deck to turn on but I can take the keys out and everything and the deck keeps on going what is up with this?

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The problem is you have the two wires hooked together. It's back feeding. One has to be hooked to key power. and one to all time power.

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