[s-cars] Cell phone security code

George Grubr g.grubr at connectel-us.com
Thu Jul 8 13:42:28 EDT 2004

Bob, try US Cellular - they have Analog service in WV and they should have
master code for original Motorola phone.


-----Original Message-----
From: s-car-list-bounces+george=connectel-us.com at audifans.com
[mailto:s-car-list-bounces+george=connectel-us.com at audifans.com] On Behalf
Of Charlie Smith
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 23:49
To: Robert Myers
Cc: Charlie Smith; Audi S Car List
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Cell phone security code

Earlier, Robert Myers wrote:
> Hi Y'all,
> Does anyone have a clue how one can recover the six digit security 
> code needed to unlock a number of features on my car's ('95 urS6) 
> built-in analog cell phone.  I never got mine from the PO and now the 
> phone had a brain fart and lost its record of the setting of the 
> previous owner and I appear to be SOL.  The phone manual says (and I 
> quote), "If you lose or forget your six digit security code, your 
> authorized Audi dealer can retrieve it electronically."  Well, _my_ local
authorized Audi dealer can't.

If you find a provider that still offers Analog service, they can unlock the
phone.  They have to remove the phone electronics module from the trunk and
use a special connector on it.  I had this done with a V8 Quattro a few
years ago.  That's the same phone.

Also, there's a 4 digit code in addition to the 6 digit code.
It usually defaults to something like 1234.  It can be used to reset the 6
digit code.  I'd have to find a manual for more details.

    - Charlie

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