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Hi, i just installed my pioneer head unit into my new astra gsi, but everytime i switch the engine off, the unit resets itself and all of my settings. i used to have this unit in my fiesta and it worked fine, is this an issue with my astra or does it wiring different?

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Yes the wiring is different on the back of the head unit you have a black (earth) red (power) and yellow (memory) you will have to find you memory in the cars wiring it goes to straight power , also you can join red a yellow together and take it to the positive of the battery but you can only turn the cd player on and off but the actual unit its self .

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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    u dont no how to do it if i got a innapropiate i do cds all the time u just cant handle the job so if u dont need our help

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