Question about JVC KD-G120 CD Player
Basically you have a power wire which should be wired to a switched connection and a memory wire which should be wired to a unswiched connection. look on your fuse box under the dash and connect the power wire first to a switched fuse (one that shuts off the radio when you turn off key) then look for a fuse (with same power wire )that when you turn off the key the radio stays on, this is the fuse that you connect the memory to,or you can connect the memory wire directly to the battery but you must use an inline fuse or you burn up your radio,car etc.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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