Question about Car Audio & Video
Kenwood radios have a yellow memory wire and this wire needs constant power even when the switch is off .thats what holds your memory. make sure it is not connected to the red wire. the red wire is a switched connection and should go off when the switch is turned off. this is the radios main power. Hope this helps write back if not and if so leave feedback.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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