Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 23:00:14 +0000
From: H. <musicboxnopsamrider.co.uk>
Subject: Re: CD Changer and AS2


Murph, when you say you got your CD changer cheap, define cheap ;-) Plus how did you then persuade a dealer to fit it, and how much did that cost? Cheers, H. On Mon, 5 Nov 2001 11:34:32 -0000, "Murphwiz" <nutz76NOSPAMnopsamternet.com> wrote: > >"Jonathon Doig" <JonathonnopsameditchANTI_SPAM.com> wrote in message >news:1004953685.28683.0.nnrp-10.9e981281nopsam.demon.co.uk... >> A few quick questions ... >> 1. I have spent some time this w/e trying to find the din lead that plugs >> into the changer unit in the recess on the left hand side of my boot. BTW >I >> have a 2000 95 estate. There is a little 'cubby hole' that presumably the >> cage fits into, but the plastic liner for the hole won't budge. Can anyone >> tell me how to remove this panel so i can see if the lead is behind it ? >> 2. When a 6 CD changer in installed can you still access the Cd unit in >the >> dash ? Does the CD then become 0 or 7 ? >> TIA >> JD >> >> >Hi, > >First off, only the genuine Pioneer changer will fit, no other changer or >combination of changer and adaptor lead will fit. >Second the changer must be 'married' to the car via dealer or specialist >with SAAB Tech II diagnostic equipment! or the changer will sit there doing >nowt! >Once installed to access the changer, you simply press CD twice, once for >head unit, second for changer! >My advice, is to give Neo Bros a shout, that's where I got my changer at a >very reasonable cost! >www.neobros.co.uk 01992-719280 >HTH >

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