Question about Car Audio & Video
Does the factory stereo have ''memory''? Does it help run other electrical devices in the truck?
The factory radio does have memory which stores the radio stations that you have programmed into it. but this is only done because it is connected directly to the vehicles battery. As for it running other devices on the truck. This all depends on the model. if it was connected along with a cd changer or sat nav or cb radio. Then yes by disconnecting it you could stop these devices from working. Worst case scenario you disconnect it. Something else stops working. you reconnect it and you need a code to unlock it. if it was me i'd give it a go. Especially if you have the code.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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