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So my 1997 rav 4 wont hold memory in the clock nor radio after an install of a jvc that needed to be hard wired

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You have not hooked up the wireing right as clock and memory has to be hooked to live all time wire not a switched circuit

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SOURCE: setting clock on jvc radio

Hey here is an instruction page for your clock.
http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/01/13/LVT1775-001B.pdf

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Check out this pdf http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/91/GET0408-001A.pdf

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SOURCE: car radio - setting the clock

1. click on S (select) and choose clock and hold it (?) 2. click on bar v|<< >>|> to select H or M or Seconds 3. adjust it turning the volume button 4. repeat steps 2 and 3 for minutes 5. repeat steps 2 and 3 for seconds

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SOURCE: JVC stereo not working properly - 2001 Sonata

generally wiring from the car is as follows...

red = ignition controlled live
yellow = permanent live

if you want stations saved and manual switch off of uni connect radio's yelow and red wires to the cars yellow.

if you want stations saved and radiounit switch off controlled by ignition (i.e only when car is running) then yellow to yellow and red to red. anything else will cause issues...

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