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DehP6700 mp restet everytime keys is turned on.

Replaced a 6700mp.I hooked the yellow wire(battery) directly to battery,red wire to ACC and black(grd) to chassis and orange(ill) to yellow.stereo doesn't work.hooked orange to red(acc),stereo doesn't work,all other wires the same.red,yellow and orange together on ACC,stereo works(accidental experiment) now but will not keep preset stations,and it resets itself every time I turn the ignition on.have to search for stations.before I had yellow and orange together,red to ACC etc.the stereo will keep stations as long as the ignition is on but will loose them when I start engine again.I do not get it.any help will be greatly appreciated.so in a nut shell,everything works but I have to start over everytime I start the engine...thank you..steve

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  • kilo1zero_7 Nov 13, 2008

    in my over zealous attempt to get it hooked up I over looked the "second" safety fuse I have in the yellow line.why I have it there escapes me.It was blown.everything works as it should now.It is real nice to have a clear head guide you(you guys) after 3 days of off and on frustration.I was ready to resign myself to accept it the way it was.the stereo was stolen and the thieves broke my window and ripped the stereo and wiring out so you can imagine the mess..it's all straight and re directed to it's proper place..again many thanks for pointing me in the right direction with the yellow wire.steve..

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First red is ignition or acc (turns off and on with the key) yellow is constant power (always hot keeps memory) orange is illumination (lights up radio) if vehicle doesnt have a seperate illumination wire connect it to the ignition wire. now process of elimination your ground is correct because it worked with all wires to acc your acc works because u had all them connected to it and it worked your problem is in your yellow or constant/memory i suggest u test it again take piece of wire any old thing long enough will do and run the wire directly from the battery under the hood and just run it outside the car through the window and connect it directly to the yellow wire make sure u have a good connection at the battery on the positive side if u have test light or volt meter test the wire before connecting it to the radio if it works then u know there is a problem with the wire from the vehicle (fuse wrong wire bad wire ) if it doesnt work make sure ground is connected tight and that paint is cleaned of the surface where ground connects and that the yellow wire to the radio is tight in the back of the radio.

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Color: Red
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When you insert key into ignition switch and turn it to the left you are turning on the ACC circuit. It will allow you to operate radio, windows and other accesories, but it does not turn on fuel pump and other engine controls. It saves battery power for when you need to operate vehicle components without engine being on.
The ACC wire offers power/electricity only when you insert car key into ignition switch and turn it to the left
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