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The radio dont work ,you disconnect the battery or battery came dead. The radio ask for security code on the screen when lit
If so you had to ask the dealer for the code he will charge you he had to open an invoice to Detroit Michigan.So YOU cannot have your radio stolen. If you disconnect the battery you have to put a back up battery 9 volt thru lighter will do to keep memory to the radio
Disconnection and/or draining of the battery is interpreted by your Jag as a stolen radio so you have to go back to the beginning and reenter the radio code. The CD player problem may go away once the radio is properly identified.
Does radio show "CODE" in the display? Call dealer or look in your owners manual. 4 digit code will get it back. Always save the "memory" in the systems when changing the battery. Use an external 12 V. source to keep computer,clock and radio memory. Losing memory may cause the engine to NOT idle and run poorly as well. A 9 V. battery in the cigarette lighter is one way.
This worked for me (radio in 2003 VW Golf):
Radio says "CHECK" but is otherwise unresponsive. Turning car or radio on/off doesn't help.
On the far right of the radio, there's a round TUNER button. Press it for 5 seconds. Your screen will then show some digits, but the unit is still unresponsive.
Press tuner button again for 5 seconds. Radio should now be 100% again. Let me know if this works for you.
i shoul not afect any thing unless you replace the batterie with the car runing, and some radios have antitheft code if batterie die or disconect the radio will ask you to type a code in order to work again but most of times it display the worl code on the digital screen