Question about 1998 Saab 900
The code may be written on the inside of the radio (which defeats the purpose, I know), and that was the case with my 1995 900 SE. You can remove the radio yourself, as I did. It requires inserting two "keys" into the holes and gently pulling on the unit. I devised the key by cutting a thick-wired coat-hanger into two lengths of 5 inches each. Then bent each one such that it coulb inserted into the holes. Lastly, you need to crimp the ends vertically. Once inserted, push gently on the key and you will feel the latch spring separate, allowing the radio to be removed.
With any luck, someone will already written the code on the radio. It was on mine.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Emissionwiz is correct. there is no aftermarket way to retrieve code. only dealer can.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sorry but there is nowhere/body to find out what the code is...the first owner could have written it in the service book but "is that too much to ask...."you will either have to replace radio or an i.c.e.dealer may bypass the code for you .
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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