Question about Kenwood KDC-X794 Car CD / USB/ MP3 Player
You must have tied into an Accessory fuse and not a constant. Typically Cd player/radios etc will need both an Accessory tap as well as a constant tap.
Test the voltage on the wire and if it's constant you will have 12VDC without the key in the ignition You will also need a tap where there is 12VDC ONLY when the key is in ACC mode (or ignition on)
I do not have specific details on your CD Player but consult the manual on adding both of these connections,
I hope this helps
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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