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Store settings i have installed the cd player and ipod adaptor however everytime i turn my car ignition on the cd player does not turn on automatically as it did in my old car. also when i do turn the unit on manually the audio settings have reset as if i have just put it in and turned it on for the first time. in my old car the unit would restart playing with all the settings chosen from the where it turned off. how can i get the unit to keep its memory from when it turns off each time?

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Re: Store settings

Make sure the red and yellow wires are not crossed over like they need to be for a vauxhall

Posted on Jun 03, 2007

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u probably didnt connect the wires right or got them mixed up...the red wire should be connected to the switch wich means there should onle b power when the key is turned on and ur yellow to constant if u got both yellow and red to a switch power the memorry wnt store and thats why everytime u turn it off it goes back to factory settings ....

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You must have tied into an Accessory fuse and not a constant. Typically Cd player/radios etc will need both an Accessory tap as well as a constant tap.

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