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My Pioneer DEH-P4700MP keep resetting when car switched off

I Installed my pioneer deh-p4700mp it works good but everytime i switch off the vahicle all the settings are reset and i have to go back and reset the radiostations and other personalised settings

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  • smithjar Jan 04, 2009

    I have the exact same problem.....everything is reset on me..I have the constant power, ignition, and ground hooked up correctly, but I have to put the constants and ignition wires all together to get the deck to power on.

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Did you use a harness to connect the wires?
Could be the power line (red) is connect to the ACC (Accessory) orange line, so every time you switch off the vehicle the power to the stereo is interrupted.

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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