Question about JVC Kd-r332 Cd Mp3 Car Stereo, Dual Aux-in Front & Rear, Tuner Rapid Delivery
Posted by Anonymous on
I had this exact same problem - in my case caused by the wire that should provide a continuous feed so the unit can keep its settings actually being from the ignition switch, and the continuous feed wire being connected to the terminal that should be from the ignition switch! I had a red wire (continuous feed) and a yellow wire (ignition activated feed) feeding to the back of the unit, and all I did was to switch these over - both wires had their own connectors let into the wires a few inches from the unit so that switch over job was easy. Works as it should now, although i have a grazed knuckle as the wires leading to the plug at the back were a bit too short! Chris
Posted on Mar 12, 2013
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