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Memory of presets

I cant get my radio stations and bass/trebble etc to save, so when i turn off the stereo i lose them and have to set it up all over again!! can anyone help?

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You need to Check the Wiring Harness from the Stereo. There is a Constant Power Memory Wire (Should be Yellow or Orange). This needs to be Connected to the Cigarette Lighter Power Wire for Constant Power Memory. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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