Question about JVC KD-G420 CD Player
Have had my stereo installed but i have to constantly set the stations etc after i have turned the car on and off. The schematics that i have are in russian and indonesian and can't make out what wires to fix myself
DIKA, first step - check your stereo batt backup wire , you must connect that direct or continues voltage from accu. Don't switch this wire, you can check if your car in off position , this wire must still have voltage +12v - +14v if no voltage check your fuse near batt backup wire. Why that wire must have voltage,that's because the voltage used for backup your stereo memori. OK good Try , Fixya and Don't forget to vote me, thank's
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
I had the same prob with a kenwood all i had to do was swap the ignition cable with the battery cable ie:default is red(ignition)cable from unit to red cable from car and yellow(battery)cable from unit to yellow cable from car all i did was swap them over ie red from unit to yellow from car and yellow from unit to red from car it keeps its settings now!!!
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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