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New battery now have an error 9 on my upgraded 6 disc changer. I believe it is the anti theft, how do I fix?

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Disconnect battery hold the two ends together for 30 secs and then try again,doubt if it will work but its worth a try as sometimes it has been known to cure a multitude of faults

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