Question about Radio Communications
Posted by Anonymous on
If it is an aftermarket radio, it is wired incorrectly- One power wire goes to the battery, one needs to be switched by the ignition switch. If it is a factory radio, you will need to take it to the dealer or repair shop for diagnosis.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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