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Your head unit is now connected correctly. That is how it is intended to be installed. Unless it doesn't store the radio stations. In that case the power cables of the head unit (RED&YELLOW) are incorrectly connected, but not a big problem.
hope that helps
KENWOOD red=switched power(ignition) yellow=constant power(memory) white=front left + white/black=front left- gry=fr + gry/blk=fr- green=rearright+ green/blck=rr- purple=rl+ purple/blck=rl- blue=power ant blue whit =amp turn on lead
Hope that helps you
hi i just had same problem . Its because the steroes aux port is not switched on as default. I downloaded the pdf manual for free and went through the steps .Unit has to be in standby mode then hold the menu button down untill the menu appears select aux then turn it to either off aux1 or aux 2 and that fixed the problem for me :) goodluck