Question about Car Audio & Video
The yellow wire must be connected to a constant voltage source. You have the red and yellow connected to a voltage source that only gets power when the car is turned on. The yellow wire is for the memory. Check the fuse box for a fuse that has voltage on it when the car is off and the key is not even in the ignition. That is the type of connection the yellow wire needs. The red wire can stay connected to the place it is at now.
Are you using a harness that is made for installing a radio into a 99 neon? They sell them at most all places that sell car stereos. Go in and ask for an installation harness for your car and then you connect it to the harness that comes with your radio by matching the colors of the wires and you have a nice and easy install. It plugs right into the factory harness with all the connections you need.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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