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No memory every thing resets when car turns off

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Did you in stall by your self?? Sounds like you may have taking the memory yellow wire and with the red wire Primary switched and hooked them to the switch (Acc) on the harnes . Try looking at the harnes and see if the harness from the radio to the fact harnes hass a yello or red wires . Un hook them and try them in reverse

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