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CDA - 9833 AI-Net issue

I was recently installing a XM system on to the CDA-9833, when I stupidly cut off the pig tail that was not being used between the AI port and the XM controller. I did not understand, at the time, that I could daisy chain on other components like a CD changer or what ever to that empty end of the cable. I was able to get the XM preview channel before I made the cut. I bought a new cable and XM receiver and controller and that still did not work. The CDA-9833 still plays CDs, I still get radio but no AI-Net functions. Thanks for the help.

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If the radio was still plugged in when you cut it (such a BAAAADDD idea....) it likely shorted the data pins to the power pins which fried the AI net processor. There is no fix for that. It's toast.

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