Replacing the audio system

Replacing the audio system
9-5 / 1998 / 3. Electrical System / Audio System
367-1960 Replacing the audio system
Bulletins - SI/MI
SERVICE INSTRUCTION
Number:
367-1960
Year:
1998
Month:
MAJ
Market:
ALL
Replacing the audio system
Cars concerned
Saab 9-5
Background
The main unit and CD changer (CDC) in the Saab 9-5 are equipped with a new type of theft protection system. The main unit and
CD changer are both connected to the I-bus. When the main unit and CD changer are installed for the first time, they are married
with the vehicle. This is performed with Tech 2. During the marriage, the main unit and CD changer recognize theft protection
information from the vehicle. From this point on, the main unit and CD changer will only work in this vehicle. Therefore, no radio
code is required in the Saab 9-5.
This also means that a main unit and CD changer that are being removed from a Saab 9-5 must first be divorced from the vehicle
unless they are to be refitted in the same vehicle.
Changing the main unit
1 Connect Tech 2.
2 Establish communication with the audio system.
3 Select “ Programming ” from the system menu.
The message “ Marriage/Divorce ” is displayed.
4 Press “ Enter Key ”.
5 Select the desired setting with the change button and press “ OK ”.
Reference : X13352
11/18/01
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9-5 / 1998 / 3. Electrical System / Audio System
367-1960 Replacing the audio system
Bulletins - SI/MI
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When removing a main unit (to install it in another car or to return it for repair), the “ DIVORCED ” option should be selected.
The radio will now go quiet and “RADIO CODE” will be displayed on SID.
•
When installing a main unit in a Saab 9-5, the “ MARRIED ” option should be selected.
“RADIO CODE” will disappear from SID and the sound will return.
Changing the CD changer
1 Connect Tech 2.
2 Establish communication with the CD changer (CDC).
3 Select “ Programming ” from the system menu.
The message “ Marriage/Divorce ” is displayed.
4 Press “ Enter Key ”.
5 Select the desired setting with the change button and press “ OK ”.
•
When removing a CD changer (to install it in another car or to return it for repair), the “ DIVORCED ” option should be selected.
The audio will now go quiet and “CDC CODE” will be displayed on SID.
•
When installing a CD changer in a Saab 9-5, the “ MARRIED ” option should be selected.
“CDC CODE” will disappear from SID and the sound will return.
NOTE
•
If the main unit or CD changer has bee DIVORCED, SID will display “RADIO CODE” or “CDC CODE” respectively on
activation. Establish contact with the main unit via Tech 2 and follow the directions in these instructions to marry the unit to the
current vehicle.
•
If the main unit or CD changer is still married to another Saab 9-5, SID will display “RADIO LOCKED” or “CDC LOCKED” on
activation. To be able to divorce any of the units with Tech 2, the procedure must be performed in the vehicle to which the unit
is married.
IMPORTANT
The main unit and CD changer must be divorced before being returned for repairs under warranty. The supplier cannot divorce
them and will charge a fee for all linked units sent to them.
Reference : X13352
11/18/01
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