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Put a multi meter or test light on the red wire and separately the yellow wire. You should get constant 12v on the yellow wire and ignition switched 12 volts when the key is turned on the red wire. If one isn't working properly check the respective fuses. Also make sure your radio is grounded properly. Sounds ground pins in car radio harness run to know here on the back end of the harness.
Yes... the wire designated for constant power which powers the clock and some of the lessor memory functions is disconnected.
I would remove the radio and look for the lead that is disconnected and have a constant power lead attached to it to cure this issue.
Have the mechanic who did it the first time do it.. as it was already paid for him to do so in the first place...
there is a way to get it working with the ford radio as long as the ford radio is cd changer compatible. You can purchase an adaptor from a dealer of autoleads. They also have a website. http://www.autoleads.co.uk/ were you can find out if its compatible and what lead you need. As far as i can remember with the jvc changers there is a seperate lead for power for a changer which you have to earth to the body of the car aswell have you got this
Hi I disconnected the battery and but that on charge i removed the radio and checked all the wireing and i think what i may have found when the guy who installed it in the first place, when he was putting the radio in place with the wiring the jack plug to the remote stalk control had come detached.
Here's what Halford's told me to do; Remove the unit (by taking off the front bit, then using the keys to get the main bit out). You should see a red and a yellow power cable. Take the red and yellow cables out of the sockets, and swap them. This apparently re-orients the power and allows the unit to store data and resume playback etc more effectively. Hope it helps...
For all car cd players their is connector back side of the cd. having bunch of wires, in that if you connect squencily , the colour code of the wires are as follows
1. black for earth
2. red for acc, that you have to connect through ignition key +12volts
3. yellow, +B for continous supply that is battery
4. white and white with black stripp for front speskers
5. greay , greay black for front speaker
6. voilet ,voilet black for rear speaker
7. green, green black for rear speaker.
8 blue, for system remote .
if your yellow wire of +b is wrogly connected then memory problems comes