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Date: 10 Dec 2004 15:52:06 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: "CDC CODE"

On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 08:53:05 -0500, Robert Murphy <> wrote: > > I just bought the car used. I have no idea when the CD changer was > installed and it was something I forgot to check on before purchasing the > car. I do have to address another issue with the salesman so I'll bring it > up then. Yes. He should know about that, and in any case you shouldn't have to pay for something that was effectively ruined by their installation process. > Let's see if I got this straight. If the player was taken out of another > car and not divorced properly it basically becomes worthless? Seems like a > bit of overkill though. Well, if some people didn't steal other peoples' stuff, none of this sort of thing would be needed. Car audio equipment is a high-value target normally. The theory, I suppose, is that if the thief learns that Saab audio gear can't be resold, they'll steal from someone else next time. Dave Hinz

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