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Will not hold any memory when radio is turned off

I have a model kdg333 with a 12 cd changed in the boot when i turn the car ignition off and turn on almost straight away the memory is gone is this the head unit or the box thanks

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  • playa04 Mar 26, 2009

    I am trying to install a pioneer head unit into my 91 EB Falcon everything is working just fine except the memory wont hold when car is turned off. i've tried earthing it and everything. the yellow wire which i'm sure is the one i need is not drawing any power at all can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?

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There are two power wires for car radios mostly Red & Yellow check to make sure 1 wire is powered all the time in most cases its the yellow as well check the fuses from the radio on the red and yellow wire also make sure the red wire is only powered when ignition is on but it sounds like that wire is ok good luck....

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