Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2007 23:46:20 +0100
From: Christoph Kessler <zeepeekahnospamde>
Subject: Re: 9-5 Radio Question

Andrew Sinclair schrieb: > In message <ePosh.11500$fh6.11213nospamfe13.lga>, rkr > <> writes >> >> I just paid $50 to get my CD-Changer married to my dash unit. I'm >> told (By >> the dealer) that anytime my battery dies or is disconnected, I need to >> get >> this done. Can someone explain how this really works? If I want to >> service >> something that requires the battery to be disconnected, I need to >> spend $50 >> to get the changer back? Will I have to get the dash unit reset also? >> >> > Sounds like rubbish to me. As far as I'm aware, unlike the older radios > in the 900/9000 cars which had a PIN to enter every time the battery was > disconnected, with the 9-5 and 9-3, once the radio and changer is > married by Tech2 to the car it stays married and you can happily > disconnect the battery as many times as you want without having to visit > the dealer. > > All the best, > > Andy hi there, i replaced my 9-5 tid3.0 battery two times right now without any marriage between radio and cd-player ;-) and i had several times a blackout of my battery without losing connection between radio an cd, too. so pls feel free to do what u want to do with ur cars battery ;-))

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