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Everything resets after power off

I have the constant power hooked up properly.. But after my jeep is turned off everything resets... Is it possible the ground isnt connected good enough? This is the 2nd vehicle I have had it in and it did it in the first one..

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You should always wire constant power to the battery. This allows you to guarantee constant power. Don't trust anything else and you will always have success. TO THE BATTERY!!

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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    Graeme Ross Dec 28, 2007

    You should always wire constant power to the battery. This allows you to guarantee constant power. Don't trust anything else and you will always have success. TO THE BATTERY!! oh yer... a good constant ground connection is also required. measure the chassis of the radio against the vehicle earth- any stray volts here. Check all earthing from the battery on through



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