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Memory erases everytime the ignition is turned

I have a 1980 malibu I pulled the original tape cassett out and installed a kenwood cd player I cut the old harness out and did it wire to wire but my only problem is the memory wont stay set can any one help me out with this problem

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Sounds like you don't have power to the head unit constently. You can run the yellow wire to a main power supply like your battery or the fuse box the radio or clock. Or you can twist the red and yellow together to a main power supply, but when you turn the key off it will still stay on. Have to always turn it off manually Hope this was helpful

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Be sure that the yellow wire from the cd player is connected to a +12 volt source. ONe god source is the orange wire from the cigarette lighter if the cigarette lighter is working fine. If not run a wire from the yellow wire of the cd player to the fuse block in one of the pins marked "bat". Good luck. Please rate.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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