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Resets when car ignition is turned on.

Since I have had the player, every time I turn on the ignition, the presets reset meaning I have to retune all of the radio stations again. The garage that sold me the car fitted the CD player for me. I drive a Vauxhall Astra. Is this likely to be one the cars where the yellow and red wires need to be crossed over? I am worried that if I disconnect the player I will have to enter the code (which I don't have).

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You will need the code unfortunately, you can patch in a pp3 9volt battery but it is akward.
i suggest you go back to the garage and let them have a go swapping the wires round

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