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Radio stations not beiing memorised

Just fitted a DEH1400r to my 1998 VW passat,keep having to reset all radio station whenever i get back in the car,Have fitted an ISO connector the original blocks and to the rear of the cd player, Any ideas would be much appreciated.

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  • suzisi Nov 10, 2008

    thanks for that asish_shrm for your help with the deh 1400r cd player,if you swap the red and yellow cables it maintanes memory.



    cheers again suzisi

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There is suppose to be 2 power in for the radio
1 that holds memory for the radio has to be picked from a line that has power available to it even if the car is switched off
and the other just to switch on the radio itself...
check to verify that you have connected the memory power for the radio correctly and that that line has power even though the car is switched off......
use dc tester to test that it has power available

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

  • Asish Sharma
    Asish Sharma Nov 10, 2008

    Thanx for voting!

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