Question about 1994 Saab 900
Did you pull the radio out and look on the back?
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
In order to get the code, you need the serial number and the PU number on the back of the unit. Then, call around to dealership service departments asking for them to look up the code for you. Most will tell you to bring the car in to them, just keep trying different dealers. One will give you the correct code. Oh, to reset the incorrect code, press and hold the band button.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
Try to look in the packet that came with the car - it's usually in the glovebox - there should be a plastic card with the vehicles id number and the code you'd enter for the radio. I don't know if there's another way to reset that other than disconnecting & reconnecting the battery.
Code 3231, 0100, 1123, 3179, 3343, I do not know if it will works for your radio, try it..maybe it might work for you.
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