I recently changed the battery on my wife's xantia. Certainly the radio
code was lost and the alarm was triggered when the new battery was
connected. But I don't recall having to reset the key pad code.
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"ecky-h" < email@example.com> wrote in message
In alt.autos.citroen on Thursday 30 Oct 2003 1:57 pm, ecky-h
I inadvertently let the battery of my ZX go completely dead, and the car was
immobile for about two weeks before I put a new battery in. The security
keypad worked normaly as soon as the new battery was connected; the radio
only worked after I'd followed the instructions for keying in its security
code. Both security codes must be stored in a 'memory' which does not need
constant power - which seems sensible.
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