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I have installed a jvc kds 611 in my car, when i remove key from ignition i lose the saved channels and the clock time and channels needs reset can u help me thanks

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You need to hook up the memory wire(generally a yellow-fused lead) to the battery constant lead. If you dont know which wire that is you can get a test light and check them individually with the key off to see which is live. Or if you dont want to dink with it that much just run a 8-10 foot wire straight to the battery and you will want to have a fusae in there just in case.That should take care of that good luck

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