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Auto lead PC99-X44 and Patch lead PC99-JVC fitted on install Peugeot 307 2002reg. Radio stays after ignition switched off,Radio turns off via it's own switch.Also the steering wheel control does not work with the patch lead.Correct sequence of events on installation were done as instructed.
Your switched ignition lead is hooked to a constant voltage wire.
You need to find a source wire that is only given power with the key in the on position.
One wire (yellow) on radio goes to a power wire with +12V constant power (regardless of key position)
The other wire (RED) on radio will need to be attached to a Power wire whose supply is only +12V when the ignition is enabled.
Since you are using a wire harness, you just need to reverse the 2 wires as they currently are installed.
Hope this solves one problem anyway.
the wires being reversed on the harness also may not activate an internal relay allowing the steering wheel functions to operate.Switch the 2 power wires, and re-try.
If the steering wheel controls still fail to operate properly, your module may be defective.
Post your results.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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