Question about Pioneer DEH-P430 CD Player
I recently got a pioneer deh 1950 stereo and for some reason, when I turn it off, turn the car off, or take the face plate out there's a big chance the bookmarks get reset.
I dunno if if i'm doing it wrong or something, but holding down the number while on the desired station gets it bookmarked I'll assume.
So why doesn't it remember it?
the cd player consists of 3 types of wires, 1 for negative, 1 for memory- the yellowcolor wire, 1 positive-the red color wire. you must connect the memory wire(yellow) directly to the car battery so that the battery constantly feeds electric current to the player to store your bookmarks or whatever you program it. the red wire must be connected to the ignition barrel( which means your key starter). the negative(black) must be connected to the negative terminal of battery.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
If the stero is new and properly installed. double check the yellow wire that is your memory wire it should always have constant 12volt power.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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