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Where do I connect the yellow Continuous 12v DC and does it require a 5amp fuse?

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Hi, the yellow wire requires power all the time, because it holds the radio station presets. There is usually a hot wire in the factory car wiring harness for this purpose. This wire would be hot with the key off, and you could find it using a simple 12 volt test light. Alternatley, if you tell me your model and year of coa I can probably look up the car's wire color for you.

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