Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
I've fitted the above cd player which works fine apart from when i turn the car off and back on again it loses the stored radio stations and settings.
I believe there is some kind of remote wire I need to plug in from the car to the head unit wiring.
I don't know if this has anything to do with it but there is currently a loose wire which could be the remote wire. The wire was attached to the wiring of the head unit i removed. The loose wire also has the radio plug in thing attached from a booster receiver which was fitted some time ago...
If this is the remote wire which part would I connect this to? Do I need to connect it to another wire? if so which one?
If it isn't, what do I do?
There should be a red wire and yellow wire with connectors in the middle. swap the wires over, so red plugs into yellow, and vice versa.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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