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I have a jvc KD-R322 and everytime I turn my car on it goes straight to the cd player and it doesn't save radio stations which wire is the memory leed and how do I fix this?

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The yellow wire is your memory wire and needs to go to a source that is still hot (still has power) when the key is off.

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