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    Car ignition wiring problem maybe? In a pickle

    bought a Clarion head unit and wired it all in, it all worked fine. Not long after it just decided not to work. Theres still power because the CD eject button works. The Head Unit works because I've fitted it to my mates Y reg 206 using the same adaptor wires (I think? They're the same ISO adaptor wires aren't they?).

    It's like the Head Unit doesnt know the ignition is on. Anybody got any ideas? Thanks

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    Have you checked the fuses, fuse number 21 does the radio ignition
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    theres a seperate fuse for the ignition seperate to the main wiring then? I'l have a look thank you

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    Correct, thank you!!

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