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No power press on button have no display lites. insert cd lites come on cd goes in power does not come on lites shut off. tried reset by pressing select & on at same time. no work! display comes on briefly by pressing disp button but then shuts off. have yellow wire to pos side of batt & black wire to neg side of batt??????????????

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  • hjrhjrggge Feb 09, 2008

    instruct man said yellow wire was 12v power & red wire was to acc switch. i hooked up both wires to pos side & bingo we have power. the harness was cut off thats the reason. thanks a million

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Why didnt you hook it up to your wiring harness and were is the red wire hooked up the yellow is the memory wire make sure you have a good ground

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