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Which wires do i need to swap over ,so the stereo memory works

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You want your remote on wire and you want it hooked to a constant power source.

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just clip you yellow wire and connect it to battery

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Its probably wired to constant power instead of switched (via ignition). Find the switched power leg either with a volt meter and swap the radio power wire. just make sure its not the memory wire. that one needs constant power.

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My Girlfriend got a mate to install a CD Player and now the car has no tail or dash lights and the CD Player has no memory WTF??? Its obviously a wiring issue but i know F... All about it. How much to...


Stereo wiring is actually really simple, the memory problem is probably down to an simple swapped wire, on a head unit there is a red and a yellow cable, one of which needa a permanent feed to keep your memory. As it is at the moment, if the cd player works with no key in the ignition then it seems as though these two have been swapped. If you dont need the cd player to run with they key out, simply swap these two wires. If you do want it to run with no key, then connect both red and yellow to the same feed, try it, if it doesn't work, conect both to the other feed.

Mind you dont touch any cables to any metal as you may cause a short and blow a fuse.
Chances are that it is a fuse that is sottping your rear lights from working, locate your fuse box. This may be in the glove box, below the steering wheel or under the bonnet near to your battery. Check in the lid for the fuse box for i diagram of which fuses do which tasks. Locate check and change if needed the one for your rear lights. If you can find no diagram, remove each fuse one by one to see which has blown and replace with one of the same rating.

I hope that this has been helpful, give yourself a couple of hours to do it and you could save yourself a chunck of cash. An auto electrician will charge you for diagnosing the fault, tracing the fault and repairing the fault. Could work out to be costly.

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Cannot get the memory to work when setting channels for the stereo. And the clock always resets to 12:00 everytime I crank the vehicle.


Very simple solution. What you need to do is remove the unit and swap your RED (ignition) wire with your YELLOW (constant or battery) wire.
there is not much more to it than that. if you provide me with your vehicals details i can give you a complete wiring diagram.
hope i helped and please dont forget to rate my solution
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Wire diagram


if you call the local stereo shop they likely have a conversion wiring harness or can build a proper 1 for you so you can allways remove it and reinstall original if nessarry

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I have a corsa and am trying to fit a jvc stereo but cant figure out which wires i have to swap round any suggestions?


You need to swap the red and yellow round so it dont loose its memory everytime you turn the key off, JVC normally have a fuse that can change position if you want the power on all the time. Check the handbook.

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Stereo wont hold memory


Look for a second power wire that needs to be hooked up. There is one wire that is switched (runs from the ignition) and another that is direct from the battery. You can test for this with a light or a meter. Typically the always hot wire will include an in-line fuse to prevent fires in the event of a short... Hope this helps...;-)

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I have a Wharfedale WH170 car stereo. I have programmed the radio channels, but whenever I turn off the ignition, the programmes are lost and I have to retune and store the channels again. Is there...


This is usually caused by having the memory and power connections swapped (one stays on all the time, to store stations etc, and the other turns on with the ignition to provide the main power)

Try swapping the two power wires over - they're usally thick yellow and red wires IIRC, and almost all modern stereos have in-line 'bullet' connectors to let you swap them over easily (because not all car manufacturers have them the same way around!).

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Check the fuses

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DIKA, first step - check your stereo batt backup wire , you must connect that direct or continues voltage from accu. Don't switch this wire, you can check if your car in off position , this  wire must still have voltage +12v - +14v if no voltage check your fuse near batt backup wire. Why that wire must have voltage,that's because the voltage used for backup your stereo memori. OK good Try , Fixya and Don't forget to vote me, thank's

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You will need to take the speaker apart and with an ohm meter or continuity tester, measure the resistance of the speaker right at the speaker to see if the speaker is open. if it is you have no choice then to replace the speaker. If the speaker measures a low resistance, measure the wires froom the speaker to the output wires or terminals. Some speaker manufacturers install small fuses inside their speakers. Good Luck

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