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Car stereo model Nikkai A39FQ. Memory does not work when ignition is switched off, so everything has to be reset. Any advice?

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  • agbayle Sep 23, 2008

    i had the same issue, but now the connector is broken and i need to get a replacement, and the pin out diagram any ideas?

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If you remove your head unit, you will need to switch the red and yellow wires around! different cars have different modules. yellow will then be constant 12v source! let me know how u get on, i have the same unit!

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    David Still Mar 30, 2014

    I had this problem with my Nikkai A87FN. I swapped the wires (cut and switched them through a block connector) problem solved. Thanks for the tip!

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