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Did the V40 exist all the way back in 1996? Either way, they are usually tied to the VIN, so if the radio is original to the car, you can go to the local Volvo dealership and have them get the code by typing in your VIN into their computers.
If you're lucky, a previous owner wrote it on the radio itself, so if you slide it out a bit you might see it. Alternatively there is a card in the owner's manual that should have the radio code. In my car the card was white with red stripes.
When you disconnect your battery and then reconnect it again, it disables the radio. This is an anti-theft protection for your car radio. The enable your radio the activation code is in your vehicle owner's manual. If you do not have this code you need to go to your Mercedes service centre and get them to enter this code for you.
When you disconnect your battery and then reconnect itagain, it disables the radio. This is an anti-theft protection for your carradio. The enable your radio the activation code is in your vehicle owner's manual. Ifyou do not have this code you need to go to your Ford servicecentre and get them to enter this code for you.