Question about Car Audio & Video
The yellow wire is the memory wire and it has no power. I hooked the red and yellow wire to the red wire from car and my stereo works. But in order to save my settings when I turn off the car I need the yellow wire. Does anyone know what fuse makes the yellow wire active.
Your stock radio should have had a wire that does this. It may not be yellow so look up the wiring diagrams for your car. If you can't find it by doing that, then look up a diagram of your use box. Sometimes there's a diagram on the back of the fuse panel cover or somewhere around there that tells you what fuses are from what. You can then run a new wire if you have to.
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