1993 100: need to obtain radio code

cobram at juno.com cobram at juno.com
Thu Jan 27 22:14:44 EST 2005

Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com> writes:

> technician to get radio codes for the older cars.   And he needs 
> both the data off the tag on the radio and the VIN of the original 
> installation to get the code.   
> The dealership here does not charge for this information. 

This has been my experience too, with various dealers. I suspect the $40
or so people have been quoted may also include a minimum labor charge for
pulling the radio out of the car to get the radio serial number.  Last
time I needed a code, the dealer gave it to me over the phone.  I now
always put the code directly on the radio with an oil marker pen, theft
of 10+ year old cassette decks just isn't a big worry anymore.


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