Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 15:29:24 GMT
From: Scott Henry <>
Subject: Re: Compatible CD Changer for '99 Saab 9-5

Thanks to all, although you are confirming what I feared to be true all along. Best, Scott Henry Goran Larsson wrote: > > In article <>, > Scott Henry <> wrote: > > > OK, here's a related follow up question: How can a changer that was > > not properly "divorced" be "married" into a new car? > > Attach it to the car it is married to and divorce it using a Tech-II. > > > Divorcing it and remarrying it > > while it's mounted in my car is not working. > > This is how it is supposed to be. > > > Does anyone know of a solution, short of shipping it back to the > > seller? > > No. > > > Can I get a quickie divorce? > > I don't know of any official way to do it. Why would Saab ruin the > theft protection by publishing a way around it? It is certainly > possible by opening the CD changer, finding the memory chip, desolder > the memory chip, insert memory chip in programming equipment, program > memory chip with non-married status, solder memory chip, and reassemble > CD changer. Not a quickie. > > -- > G–ran Larsson

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