Question about Car Audio & Video
Did you fit the radio yourself? Or did it come with the car?
Normally each radio has two 12v supplies - one permanent, and one switched with the ignition. The first keeps the 'memory' - radio stations and security codes, the second provides the power to run the unit. It could be that your permanent live is connected to a car live that only comes on with ignition.
Check to make sure that you have a permanent live when the unit is switched off, and your keys are not in your ignition. If you don't then you need to find one.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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