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I just installed a new car stereo player and everytime I turn the ignition it keeps resetting everything, What do I need to do

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Either you blew the memory fuse or didn't connect the radio to the proper wire. Check fuses inside and under the hood.

The memory wire to the radio needs 12v all the time. If it's not connected or no power at the lead the radio will reset every time you turn off the car.

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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