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Usually due to a poor connection in the YELLOW PLASTIC
CONNECTOR underneath the driver or passenger seat.
Just push it together properly and it should clear the
Im not sure if there is an adapter but you should be able to wire it up to the ignition live wire from the stereo this is the memory wire also on some radios. I belive the wire is yellow but you will have to double check the wiring diagram. a single wire should do it as long as the display has it's own earth.
This is a wiring issue that needs to be addressed by an auto electrician, one of the wires needs to be linked to the battery somehow.This is so that it can store it`s memory. had this problem with mine, auto elec guy sorted it for £25. Good luck.
you need to remove the radio and swap the red wire for the yellow wire and vice versa, they have bullet connectors to allow you to do this, basically the permanent live and the ignition live are the wrong way round.
Hi dont know if anyone reads this still. First the finger tip control you have to rewire it into the new cd player with a Autoleads PC99-X26 - Peugeot 206 plus connection to your make of radio. Also the wireing problem some times is down to the red and yellow wires being the wrong way round swap them over and this should solve this.