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Presting the stations

The problem that I am having is that I preset 5 stations on FM1, all execpt position #1 which it will not let me program, when I find a station, and press #1, it saves 89.9 which is just static. the other problem is after I get the stations programed and turn the car off, after I have waited a while, I turn the car back on and all my stations are gone, and I have to reset them again. What could be causing this?

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  • shardy0081 Dec 25, 2007

    Thanks for the response. I do not have a caddy. I have done some internet looking and came up with the same answer. I just bought my truck, and the radio was already installed, but i think the yellow wire is my problem, I do not think it is hooked to power 24/7. I'm just not sure how to fix it. I guess I have to pull the radion out?


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Either your radio has some issues (which is possible), or your memory wire (the yellow one) is not connected properly. You need to make sure that the yellow wire has power 24/7 and the red only with the key on. That said, there are some cadilacs that dont retain that constant power for more than 10 or 15 min after the car is turned off. If you have a caddy. hit me back and I'll tell you where to pull power from.
Good luck

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take your yellow wire and hookit up to the battery same as the red your just loseing the memory when you turn your key off that tell me you got the yellow wire hooked up to the key insted of power check you manual

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