Question about 1999 Audi A6
By now you probably solved this problem but here it goes. Once power is disrupted to the radio the radio goes into safety mode. At this point only the dealer can give you the code to restart the radio. The radio must be removed to gain access to the series of numbers on the tag. The dealer can input these numbers into the computer to retrieve your code. Once you have the code you can write it down and keep a copy (in multiple places) and also put it on a piece of tape and put it under the cover of the armrest or anywhere else that it is not visible. Any time power id interupted to the radio this will happen, even if the fuse is removed by accident. If you are taking the car for repairs always have that number if you llike your radio.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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