Question about Car Audio & Video
The memory wire is not connected or it is damaged. The memory wire is what keeps a constant draw of electricity to the stereo when the power is off. That is where the problem lies. Good luck and please rate the solution if it was of any help!
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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