Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 19:29:12 +0000
From: Andrew Sinclair <news11nospamlycat.org>
Subject: Re: 9-5 Radio Question


In message <ePosh.11500$fh6.11213nospamfe13.lga>, rkr <ronrath28nospamail.com> 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 -- Andrew Sinclair http://www.smellycat.org

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