Question about Car Audio & Video
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!).
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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