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Getting CDs to play where they left off

Hey, I'd like to get CDs to continue playing from where they left off when I was last in the car, it used to do this in the previous car but since changing cars seems to have changed functions and I can't for the life of me suss out why. It's a JVC KD-S741R, cheers!

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Does you radio keep the correct time? If it doesn't then the problems are related. You don't have you memory wire hooked up right. If your radio does keep the right time after being turned off then you just might have a model of radio that does not do what you want it to do and the only solution to that is to get another radio. Good luck.

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