Question about Pioneer DEH-P6500 CD Player
It's because the second power wire needs a constant hot feed. The yellow wire from the wire clip in the back of the stereo is your constant, so you need to find a powered wire coming from the bundle of wires in your dash that will produce electricity both while the car is on and while the car is off. Use a simple ground/light current tester to find the wire in the dash or go buy a Haynes Manual for your car and consult the wire diagrams in the book. Once you get that constant current hooked up, your radio will save its memory when you turn off the car. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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