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    Radio asks for a code, I enter random numbers and and error code appears.

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Make sure the radio is off push the preset buttons 1 and 6 while holding the preset buttons in turn on the radio the first 4 numbers of the serial number will appear wait a couple of seconds the other 4 will show up call the dealer with this number they can give you the radio code

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Radio code


  • Turn off radio.
  • Hold down the TP button for at least 10 seconds.
  • Turn the radio on. "Becker 1" will be displayed.
  • Rotate the right knob slowly, as it will display the Becker model number.
  • Rotate again and radio serial number will display on radio display.
  • Press tone, then 8 and 0 simultaneously "Becker" appears.
  • Press station up arrow on right, "PR-VERS" appears.
  • Press one of the numbered buttons below display, directly below the LCD arrowheads.
  • The model number will appear.
  • Press station up arrow on right until, "SERIAL N" appears.
  • Press the numbered button again.
  • The serial number will appear.
  • Traffic Pro:
    • Select the Service Menu.
    • Press NAV and multifunction key 10 simultaneously in radio mode.
    • Use multifunction keys Nxt and Prv or turn the right control knob to select the individual items.
    • Rotate knob until the "serial"No is displayed.
      To quit the menu, press END.
    If you are unable to find your radio serial number by the procedures above, you can find the radio serial number located on radio chassis.

Apr 10, 2016 | 1998 Porsche Boxster

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Radio does not work


check first for any fuse blown

Aug 18, 2008 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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I need the code to unlock the stereo in my land rover..?


Hi there,
I think its fairly standard across all Land Rovers. First of all you need a code. This was supplied on a credit card sized piece of card with the original vehicle. I'l assume its not to hand... Typically, you can source the code (which is specific to your serial number / radio) from a supplier such as this on eBay


http://cgi.ebay.com/Land-Rover-Radio-Code-Decode-Service-22Dc710-61B-61L-/380186172853?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Audio_TV_Electronics_In_Car_Entertainment_GPS_In_Car_Audio_Players_PP&hash=item5884dc9db5

Code in hand, you are ready to enter it and unlock the radio.

You only actually need numbered button <1> and the two seek buttons that look like <| and >| .
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When you turn the radio on, you should see it request <CODE>

Press preset button <1>. This should identify character 1 of the code.

Use one of the two tuning buttons (Seek up , or seek down - the ones with arrows going into lines) to move to the right number (0-9).

Press preset button <1> again to lock digit 1 and move onto code digit 2.

Repeat twiddling the upseek and downseek. Press button 1 etc .... until all four codes have been entered.

When you press <1> for the final time, if the code is correct, you'll get a two tone beep to confirm and the radio is unlocked.

If incorrect, you are progressively locked out (in doubling time periods).

Hope this helps.

May 15, 2010 | 1996 Land Rover Discovery

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My radio displays a 4 didit code and wont allow me to do anything its an old land rover dicovery with the original radio!


Hi there,
I think its fairly standard across all Land Rovers. First of all you need a code. This was supplied on a credit card sized piece of card with the original vehicle. I'l assume its not to hand... Typically, you can source the code (which is specific to your serial number / radio) from a supplier such as this on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Landrover-Radio-Code-Decode-Service-4775-Navigation-/380181370976?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Audio_TV_Electronics_In_Car_Entertainment_GPS_In_Car_Audio_Players_PP&hash=item5884935860 Code in hand, you are ready to enter it and unlock the radio. You only actually need numbered button <1> and the two seek buttons that look like <| and >| .
-------------
When you turn the radio on, you should see it request <CODE>

Press preset button <1>. This should identify character 1 of the code.

Use one of the two tuning buttons (Seek up , or seek down - the ones with arrows going into lines) to move to the right number (0-9).

Press preset button <1> again to lock digit 1 and move onto code digit 2.

Repeat twiddling the upseek and downseek. Press button 1 etc .... until all four codes have been entered.

When you press <1> for the final time, if the code is correct, you'll get a two tone beep to confirm and the radio is unlocked.

If incorrect, you are progressively locked out (in doubling time periods).

Hope this helps.

Apr 06, 2010 | 1995 Land Rover Discovery

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How can i put the radio code to my land rover 1998


Hi there,
I think its fairly standard across all Land Rovers. First of all you need a code. This was supplied on a credit card sized piece of card with the original vehicle. I'l assume its not to hand... Typically, you can source the code (which is specific to your serial number / radio) from a supplier such as this on eBay2_bing.gif: http://cgi.ebay.com/Landrover-Radio-Code-Decode-Service-4775-Navigation-/380181370976?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Audio_TV_Electronics_In_Car_Entertainment_GPS_In_Car_Audio_Players_PP&hash=item5884935860 Code in hand, you are ready to enter it and unlock the radio.

You only actually need numbered button <1> and the two seek buttons that look like <| and >| .
-------------
When you turn the radio on, you should see it request <CODE>

Press preset button <1>. This should identify character 1 of the code.

Use one of the two tuning buttons (Seek up , or seek down - the ones with arrows going into lines) to move to the right number (0-9).

Press preset button <1> again to lock digit 1 and move onto code digit 2.

Repeat twiddling the upseek and downseek. Press button 1 etc .... until all four codes have been entered.

When you press <1> for the final time, if the code is correct, you'll get a two tone beep to confirm and the radio is unlocked.

If incorrect, you are progressively locked out (in doubling time periods).

Hope this helps.

Apr 03, 2010 | 1998 Land Rover Discovery

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I have 2001 doge dakota and left ignition on and


Not sure but you may have a radio that needs a code input. the radio thinks it was taken out and a code needs to be put back in at the proper time. if you bought the truck new it should be in oners manual. if not you have to get it from a dealer. you may have to pay for it.

Oct 07, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Need to know how to program the code in to my 1993 bmw 740 I


The BMW anti-theft radio circuitry is designed to essentially render your radio unsalable if it is stolen. If the radio is subsequently electrically reconnected, it will not operate until a five-digit security code assigned to your radio is entered. The anti-theft features and operation are as follows:

  1. After the ignition key is removed, the red "anti-theft" LED will continuously flash, drawing attention to this feature.
  2. Should anyone, such as a thief, touch any push-button on the radio after the key is removed, the anti-theft inscription will flash and a warning tone will sound for 5 minutes or until the ignition is turned ON .
  3. Should the voltage supply to the radio drop below 5 volts due to a dead battery, electrical repairs, or radio removal (such as theft), the radio will not function when voltage is restored. The word "code" will show in the display only.
  4. The proper 5-digit code shown on the TWO CARDS SUPPLIED TO YOU must then be entered (using the proper number radio push-button selectors in the bottom row) when the radio is on and the display shows "code". If the correct code is not entered in three successive tries , the radio will not accept entry until the radio has been left on for one hour with the ignition ON . IMPORTANT: When entering 5-digit code number, be sure to complete sequence number of that 5-digit code. For example: Code No. sequence is 43215 and you mistakenly enter 42 instead of 3, continue the code number sequence of 215 to complete that entry. The radio will not operate and "code" will reappear in the display. Re-enter the correct number sequence of 43215 and operation of the radio will continue. The likelihood of guessing the correct code is extremely remote. The radio is, therefore, unsalable to a thief. NOTE: If an audible beep is heard while entering the 5-digit code, STOP immediately ! Begin entering the code again, starting with the first number of the 5-digit code.
  5. The code card should be placed in your wallet, or with the vehicle title papers for security as deemed necessary by your individual needs.
  6. Should radio or electrical repairs become necessary, please give the repairing facility the radio code number. If you do not, only authorized BMW dealer personnel can obtain the code from BMW.
  7. Should you lose your code cards, contact the nearest BMW dealer who will then obtain your code from BMW. You may be charged for removal of the radio to ascertain the radio chassis number.
  8. WARNING: FOR YOUR PROTECTION, CODES WILL NOT BE GIVEN OUT TO ANYONE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OTHER THAN AUTHORIZED BMW DEALER PERSONNEL AFTER PROOF OF VEHICLE OWNERSHIP AND PROPER IDENTIFICATION IS ESTABLISHED.
  9. Install the 2 enclosed warning decals in accordance with motor vehicle regulations.

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High pitched tone comes on whenever radio is turn on


Hi,welcome to fix ya. if this is a bose system you have a bad amp behind the rear seat they short out inside and cause the speakers to emit a high pich squeel. you can buy these amps on e-bay pretty cheaply or send it to bose for repair .

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Warning tone coming out of left radio speaker


sounds like the radio is going bad, there should not be any warning tones from the radio unless it is going bad.

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Radio code


  1. CODE ENTRY: The proper five digit code for the radio is listed on the two cards supplied in the radio security envelope. After installation or when the radio requires reprogramming the word "code" will appear on the display screen. Enter the code by using the preset buttons numbered 1 through 5 . If a "beep" sound occurs when the code is initially entered, it is then necessary to re-enter the code starting with the first digit. The "beep" sound was provided to indicate the starting point for code entry. If the code has not been properly entered after three successive attempts , the radio will then not accept any entry until the radio has been left "ON" for one hour (vehicle ignition must be "ON"). After one hour in the "ON" position, the radio will then accept three additional entry attempts. Also, if a push-button is touched accidentally when the ignition is "OFF", a warning tone will sound. Turn the ignition to the "ON" position and the warning tone will stop.
  2. Radio security codes will not be given to anyone under any circumstance other than authorized jaguar dealer personnel after proof of vehicle ownership and proper identification has been established. A separate security envelope with the attached instruction is provided in each radio package. If the radio has been port installed, the security package will be placed in the vehicle glove box. NOTE: When the car arrives at the dealership, the radio will be in the inoperative mode even though it has already been installed. It is imperative that no attempts be made to install a tape cassette while the radio is in this mode. The cassette will not eject and damage may occur when removal is attempted.

Nov 04, 2008 | 1991 Jaguar XJ6

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