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Author Subject: Head unit losing memory settings when ignition is off
DanRM

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Location: Birmingham

Registered: 18 Jan 2013

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Post #1
Swapped my standard clarion tape deck over with my cd player from my other 306 last night and since then when I turn the igniton off I lose all my presets and settings. Didn't happen with the original, and just unplugged the ISO adaptor from the old and plugged into the new one. The 3 (or 4) pin connector was a little loose causing the unit to flash on and off and blew No8 fuse but seated it properly and replaced the fuse and it worked ok. But still losing memory settings.

Are there slight variations between connectors through phases?

Cheers
Posted 21st Oct 2014 at 18:58
bigbadbowen

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Location: Winchester

Registered: 21 Nov 2003

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Post #2
Live and eg notion live need swapping around ?
Posted 21st Oct 2014 at 19:03
armzsc6

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Location: Crowborough

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Post #3
Usually most aftermarket looms have bullet connectors in the red and yellow wires so you can swap them over. Just try swapping the red to yellow to red.

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Posted 28th Oct 2014 at 07:56
DanRM

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Post #4
Thanks for the replies, managed to get time to look at it on my break and it was the bullet connectors

Cheers
Posted 13th Nov 2014 at 23:38

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