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Jaguar XJ8 2000 Radio code

I had to remove the radio, milk shake spilled on some of the keys and they stuck. I cleaned the keys, they all click now.

But when I re-installed the radio at first it did not come on and chow "CODE" I have my code.

Now it accepts a tape and ejects when switched off. Says it's loading side 1 but never plays a sound. I can also get one FM station to come on, but no sound.

I'm convinced I need to enter the code but it never displays/asks fo "CODE"

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  • jasbjon Jan 23, 2009

    My radio also isnt asking for the code. Is there a way to prompt the radio to display code?

  • kartiqa_cult Apr 11, 2009

    i have a problem with my jaguar s-type tape...

    how to know the code???

    it is all jaguar s-type have a same code??

    b4 my jaguar can open with code "1234"

    but know i use with my other jaguar is not work...

    this become cause the battery accu is low...



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Spray wd40 on it and leave it for 5 mins clean up with a coth job a goodone works all the time

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