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    Exclamation Astra 1994, Time , Date , Temp * HELP *

    rite i have a 1994 astra, i want to know does anyone know how to get your Date to stay on when you turn on your cd player on, the time and temp work fine when cd player is on, but the date doesnt stay on...

    now when the cd player isnt on the Date time and temp stay on and work fine
    does anyone know how to make it so the date stays on even with the cdplayer on

    thank you

    p.s got a panasonic cdplayer in my car and the loom isnt cut

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    Thats how its ment to be. Autosparks may be able to help you with what wireing to change.

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    Go to the ISO plug behind the radio. There will be a pair of Red/White wires coming from one of the pins, one is power for the elctric aerial, the second is the switching wire going to the MFD. Cut the second one.
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    i thought it was the blue wire you had to unplug :s

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