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Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 06:09:48 -0400
From: Fred W <malt_houndnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: 2003 9-3 Radio Question (AUX)


Hugh_C wrote: > In article <tP2dnS6p4q_l3HzbnZ2dnUVZ_tOtnZ2dnospamast.com>, > Fred W <malt_houndnospamo.com> wrote: > > > >>No. No special tools. >> >>The instructions are downloadable from the web link I provided earlier >>or here: >> >>http://www.genuinesaab.com/psi/files/aux-install.pdf > > > Thanks Fred. > > My problem is that there's a CD stuck in the player and I'd love to > remove it. I originally misread this posting. > > Any ideas about removing the CD player and investigating its innards? Is > it likely that the entertainment system would need to be "re-coded" > after this with a diagnostic tool. I'm being quoted silly money by the > local repair shop. > > Thanks, > > Hugh > I don't think the system would need recoding. It's not like many other systems where it loses its mind when unpowered. But if you tried to use a different CD player, the player and head unit would need to be re-married to work together. I've never done any work on the in-dash CD changers in my cars as they have never failed, but I'm fairly confident you can take it out and play around with it with no fear of losing any codes. -- -Fred W

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