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Re: Misplaced Radio Code
On Fri, 29 Dec 1995 Wastenott@aol.com wrote:
> I am on vacation and blew a fuse last night for the radio circuit. Radio is
> in safe mode. The car is '91 200 wagon. I replaced the radio earlier this
> year with a refurbished one I bought from a company in the mid-west if my
> memory serves me with a long German name. I don't have their number with me
> either. I did write down that is was a BNO radio, the serial number, and a
> four digit number that is not the code. Any suggestions?
> Bob Watts
If you call your dealer with the serial number of the radio, they should
be able to give you the code.
P.S. you should also have to give your car's serial(VIN) number. (if
not it sort of defeats the purpose of the theft protect mode if all it
takes is a phone call to get the thing working again.) When i called
they asked for both numbers and had the code for me in about 20
seconds. also BE SURE YOU HAVE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ENTER
THE CODE. entering the code is a lot more difficult than getting it.
IF YOU SCREW UP THREE TIMES YOU HAVE TO SEND THE RADIO IN TO GET
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