Question about JVC KD-G220 CD Player
I program the time and radio stations that I want but it all resets back to the factory settings when I turn the car off. It is like an internal memory problem to me.
The radio was installed incorrectlly. Make sure the red wire from the radio is connected to a switched 12 volt source(has voltage when car is on, none when it's off) The yellow wire to a constant 12 volt(hot at all times) this wire mantains the radio memory and must always have power.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Make sure you are programming the stations correctly sometimes you have to hold the button for several seconds to get it to store in properly , if this is done right and you still have problem you have a blown fuse the memory back up fuse is blown.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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