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Stereo will not save time or set stations. not sure which wire is memory wire

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Sounds like a very common power wire issue. if not connected to the cigarette lighter or other continous power source when the car shuts off all memory will be lost, ie... audio settings, station memory, clock memory

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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