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May have blown the fuse for the battery connection to your radio. ther are two hot wires that go to your radio one is the battery wire this stays on all the time to keep memory and things to your radio. the other comes off the ignition this one is only hot when the key is on this is what runs the radio. ther should be two fuses on the battery one this sounds like the one giving you the trouble. one should be in the fuse box with all the other fuses. the second one will be inline on the wire goin to the radio to get to this one you will have to pull the radio out. the second one is not always there but you can check it if the first one is good. if you need anymore help just comment back and let me know how i can help you further.
It is showing SAFE because wrong codes have been entered.
To restore, leave SWITCHED ON...UNDISTURBED for as long as it takes to automatically reset itself (usually an hour or two.)
Code Entry Instructions
Switch the ignition key ON
Press and hold AS button * and the ON button at the same time
Display Shows SAFE then goes to 10 - - - - with a "Beep" from the speaker
Press Preset Button " 1 "repeatedly until the 1st Digit of your Code is displayed Press Preset Button " 2" repeatedly until the 2nd Digit of your Code is displayed Press Preset Button " 3" repeatedly until the 3rd Digit of your code is displayed Press Preset Button " 4" repeatedly until the 4th Digit of your code is displayed
If the display now shows the correct Code number then
Press Button AS and hold to Enter and if successful there should be a "Beep" from the speaker and the radio should switch on
Hi , I assume your installaton to be an aftermarket installation - ie not factory installed. if so then it sounds like the installer has connected the red and yellow wires together and connected them to a switched feed off your ignition.
this is an easy fix - the radio needs a permanent 12 volt supply to the yellow wire - leave the red wire where it is