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Don't know which is my memory wire

My harness got cut so i hooked the wires straight to each other. just dont know which wire of wires i connect to keep my memory. every time i kill my car and turn it back on i have to reset my eq settings. How do i know which wires to connect?

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Yellow is always memory, make sure that it is connected to an always on positive wire

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