Question about Car Audio & Video
You more than likely have the red/yellow wire (coming out from the back of the radio) reversed. the orange wire is usually for the dimmer feature and is not necessary to hook up. The red wire needs to be hooked to an accessory wire (i.e. send power when you turn the car on and goes to ground when the cars off) and the yellow wires needs a constant power source (i.e. always on from the battery) the yellow wire lets the radio retain memory.
Posted on May 01, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for your reply-i thought so but the 2 blocks of wires matched up so i could not understand why it never retained its memory etc"
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