Question about Teac AG-V8060 Receiver
I cant get my memory to work and when i wire up my aftermarket radio my interior light does not work... my car is a 1996 Chevrolet cavalier
I bet you the "battery" supply wire touched a ground somehow and blown a fuse. This wire is responsible for the memory, since it always have battery voltage in it. Unless of course you take out the battery connection. I would recomend looking for that blown fuse first. If the stereo was hooked up right you should not have memory problem anymore and the interior light working again. If you still have memory problem, you probably have the "battery" supply connected to the red accesory wire, or you have them both together. Having them both together is not a bad thing, only that it should be connected to the "battery" supply. You can turn on your radio with the ignition switch off. If you hook both on the "accesory wire" you would loose all your setting and memory on the radio each time you turn off the ignition switch. Remember not to touch the speaker wire to the ground, because the amplifier in the radio will be fried up in a fraction of a second. Some good radio has a protection circuit for that, but don't bet on it. I am confident this will help.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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