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It is generally the secondary 12v power line often labeled illumination or something besides 12v constant

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Hi Calvin. Is the main power feed red and the earth wire black? If so ground the earth to the body and the red to a cable that loses power when you switch the ignition off. The radio should work but will not hold a station if you switch the ignition off and on again. The remaining wire, sometimes yellow, will be the memory and this should be fitted to a cable that has power on all the time. You can tell if it is right when you switch the ignition off and on, it will hold the station.

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