Question about Delphi Roady2 SA10085 XM Radio Receiver with Car Kit
Your car radio is fitted with an anti-theft system which prevents it from being useful if stolen. When the car battery was disconnected, all power to the radio stopped and it's reacted as if it has been taken from the car.
You'll need to re-enter the radio security code: it may be somewhere in the the vehicle documentation printed on a card, or someone may have written it down in the service record booklet or the owner's handbook.
If you cannot find it then you'll have to get Citroen to look it up. They'll need details of the exact vehicle you own (the VIN number) and will need proof that you own the vehicle. If you ask nicely or are a regular customer then they may give it to you for free, otherwise expect to pay up to about £25 for them to tap a few computer keys...
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Clean the lugs on the battery with a wire brush, sounds like a bad connection, If you used MIG then this should not course a problem, TIG uses a High frequency between 4000-5000 volts this can cause a problem, check the fuses.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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