Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 09:01:02 -0500
From: Fred W <malt_houndnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: 9-5 Radio Question


rkr wrote: > I just bought a used 9-5, the radio worked but apparently the battery was > replaced and the changer did not work. Works fine now. > > 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? > > Thanks much, > > Ron > > They have to use their proprietary Tech-2 device to communicate with the modules and allow the head unit to adopt the CD Changer. But I don't think this happens every timke you lose the battery, just if there have been impulses. I could be wrong on that though... -- -Fred W

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