Question about Car Audio & Video
When I turn the car off, if I had the radio on, it isn't on when I start the car next time and my station presets won't stay programmed. Is there a battery that is in the radio that keeps the presets alive? I would have thought it got power from the car battery. This seems to be a common problem. I have seen a lot of people with the same problem on line. I just have not seen a solution.
Be sure when setting presets you hold the button down for at least 3 seconds to set the channel, if you are doing this correctly, you may have a blown back up fuse under the hood. there are 2 fuses for the radio one is marked radio and is inside the fuse pannel on the inside of the car the other is for memory back up and located in fuse box under hood may be marked B/U just check them all to be sure!
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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