You need to ensure that your memory wire is hooked up to a constant power source. If you have a test light, you will be able to tell by checking to see if a wire still has power when the key is in the off position or only when the key is on.
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Yes... the wire designated for constant power which powers the clock and some of the lessor memory functions is disconnected.
I would remove the radio and look for the lead that is disconnected and have a constant power lead attached to it to cure this issue.
Have the mechanic who did it the first time do it.. as it was already paid for him to do so in the first place...
If you dont have the proper keys then you can still do it, if you have a small hole at either side then you need to place someting like a coat hanger in to them holes about 5cm deep then the radio will release. you may have the older style which you have to insert two flat pieces of metal along the bottom of the radio, if you look closely at the bottom of the radio you can see where it go's. otherwise call into your nearest peugot garage.
The radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard .Then please quote the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING. Also quote the MAKE of CAR it is fitted into. Please note: Not all stereo codes can be calculated from the Serial Number
you need to hook the yellow wire off the back of the radio up straight to the battery this keeps memory power to the head unit then wire the wires in color coded sequence red to red black to black so on and so forth if this doesnt fix it you might want to think about replacing head unit
I have a 206 cc with a built in clarion cd and radio, the cd player does not work. my girlfriend has a 307 with the same cd player.I want to swop them both over but when i do they both bleep! this must be the anti-theft device kicking in. How do i swop them? darren fom haworth