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My JVC car stereo will reset to factory settings after 5 minutes of the ignition being turned off. what can i do to fix this problem?

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The power connection to the car stereo has two positive connections out of which one is connected directly to the main power -CONTINUOUS always ON , and the other is connected through the switch.
In your case I think both the lines are connected directly to the switched output through the main switch.
These are normally Orange and red and you can confirm by connecting orange to switch and red to power or vice versa., (checking by setting memory and switching off to see if it resets to reverse)
Your problem will be solved . Please comment if helpful

Posted on Aug 31, 2010

  • mikestav Dec 30, 2010

    I had same problem with my JVC deck... turns out the constant 12v and the ACC 12v wires where switched around! even my Haynes repair/service book was incorrect the wire diagram stated the color coding was correct but in fact it was the opposite... and im talking about the wiering before the cars wiring harness... easy fix!

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