Question about Car Audio & Video
Check the backup power source (usually a yellow wire) on the stereo wiring harness. (If it is an after market stereo.)
Check the fuse box(s) for an open fuse it's probably marked on the fuse box or in the owners manual. (both factory and after market radios)
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: My car stereo wont save
You probably forgot to plug a wire that needs power all the time, look in your INSTALLATION MANUAL to locate that wire and plug it to a continuous source of power (even when the car is switched off)...
Hope this helped!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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