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Is the memory of presetstations and audio set powered by the car battery or by an build in battery inside the radio a deh 1700r

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SOURCE: Pioneer DEH-1700R - Storing Radio Stations permanently

your constant power wire is not hooked up or it has come loose that is why nothing will stay saved on the unit have it looked at and see if they wont fix your problem cheap...... its a easy fix

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You must connect the constant hot wire (or there is a fuse blown somewhere).... it should either be orange or yellow at the rear of the pioneer radio ... it should be connected to a wire that recieves power even when the key is off ... that wire will depend on the car itself ... if you used a connector to plug into the factory wires (a good idea) that connecter should have a yellow wire that would supply a constant "hot" for your pioneer, if it doesn't there should be a fuse blown in the car fuse box.

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if that radio is of the anti theft variety you will need the code to get it working. if the radio is completely dead i suggest first to recheck the cigarette lighter fuse (that is frequently) the circuit the radio is on. interupting the power would be a good way to reset the radio. quickest way is to just unhook the battery for about a half hour or so.

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