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Hi people I have recently ( Today) attempted to put an old unit into my van, Vauxhall Combi Anyway the problem following install is that I am not able to hear any radio channels.
Question, do I require an extension as my Daughter informs me? an aerial extension lead? I gave her this unit some years ago she has upgraded, so I have it back minus destruction notes.

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    I have the radio working the cd is fine , but I am not able to hold stations on the radio. Every time I get in the stations have to be searched, Yawn. Any Idea's?

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Vauxhall head units used to have the power leads back to front. If I remember correctly you need to swap the yellow and red cables around.

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Most radios go into a silent protection mode when speaker wires are shorted, so it's worth checking those.

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