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loss of memory

bones

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I recently installed a Sony CD/Radio in my '78SC , (the first one I have had with a memory) , but every time I turn off the ignition it loses the stored settings . I believe my earths to be clean so is it possible the main dealer factory fitted immobiliser is cutting out this circuit or can anyone suggest another cause , (duff unit perhaps)?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4241
 
Had the same problem with a jvc unit in a 3.2 and it appeared to be the immobilizer. You need a constant supply from the battery ( I think its usually an orange wire from the unit but don't quote me on that as it might be the electric ariel or something?) . You should be able to connect directly to the battery (with a fuse in ) but check your wiring diagram with the sony unit first. I never bothered to do mine as I only listen to Terry in the morning and Radio 2 is usually the first signal you get when you press scan!

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4243
 
Problem is , if you connect directly to the battery then you have to remember to turn it off from the unit , forget and you may have a flat battery . So I need to by-pass the immobiliser , I'm trying to work out if I need to take a feed from an orange wire or a red one . Feeling it's the orange which is 'switched' . Anyone know for sure .

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4288
 
Sorted the problem , just needed to swap the 'switched feed' with the 'constant feed' .
"Thanks me".
"that's ok".

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4417
 
Lol, congratulations.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4419
 
Glad that amused you ......it has been quiet here today ..but give it time!...

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4421
 
It usually comes to life at about 8-9.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 4423
 

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