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When i shut my car off all the presets and the clock and settings reset! whats wrong?

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You need to make sure the yellow wire is going to a constant power source. that is, a source that is still hot when you turn the key off. the yellow wire controls your memory for your clock and preset stations.

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http://www.bose.co.uk/GB/en/images/Wave%20Radio%20CD_tcm6-4104.pdf

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