Question about Car Audio & Video
It looks like loosy connection. Check the connections again, mone the 2 power cables and the ground cable in order to locate the one that is missing the connection. Keep in mind that from the 2 power cables, 1 must be connected at a permanent 12Volt power (from the battery) and the other one at the ignition switch so that the radio works when you turn the ignition switch. Temporary you can connect both the power cables at permanent 12Volt from the battery, but beware that in this case if you forget to power off the radio when you park your car, the radio will be at on state so your battery may exchaust.
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