Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
There are two power wires to consider when installing an in dash receiver. They need to be connected to different sources.
Red gets +12VDC when the Ignition is ON.
Yellow gets +12VDC all the time (Fused line straight to the Battery).
The yellow is most likely the problem. If it's power source is interrupted, the unit will 'forget' it's settings.
Double check your power sources (for both red and yellow) and get back with me (either way),
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Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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