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On the back of the radio code card (Which you clearly don't have.... But if you DID...) It says:
"Please detatch the radio card and keep it in a safe place - Not in the car. If you should lose the radio card with the code number, please contact an Audo dealer. Assistance will be provided free of charge"
So, the answer it to approach an Audi dealer and ask them to prodide the code for you. Some dealers may (quite reasonably) ask you for the VIN of the vehicle and the serial number of the radio. Some dealers may also ask you to go in and produce your registration document as proof taht you are entitled to the code. SOME dealers may try to charge you for provision of the card. It's certainly worth having a serious argument if they try to charge you. Ask to talk to the service manager and if you still get refused free help, tell the manager that you are going to make a formal complaint about HIM to Audi directly. Generally, this will produce the required response.
hi, the only place you can get this code from is the main dealers you use to be able to get them over the phone but they no longer do this as thieves were knicking the stereos then ringing up and getting the unlock code and then selling them on, so all car dealers now will only give the code out if you take the car to them and the owners documents and some id they wont charge for giving you this code but make sure you write it down for future reference.
Im sorry their is no easy fix for this problem but its going to be a case of taking the car to the main dealers and asking them for the code this will then solve your problem.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
ur dealer when u buy your car dealer gives u a code with ur paper work a lot of times they dont tell u it they write it down in manual and mention it call dealer and have vin some dealers will ask u to bring in car so to prove ur not stealing stereo
the United states will do the samething. the volvo dealer here would need registration and proof of ownership first to cut or reprogram and key. they need the vin number. i would suggest maybe next time in florida, you can do this.
Try taking the car to an Audi dealer to reprogram the key.In some cases,depending on the country it was imported from ,it may take several attempts at programming to get it right.Your Audi dealer should do this at no charge.As for removing the battery,always clamp an alternate 12v source to the car cables so the vehicle does not lose a 12v source when changing batteries.These are complicated cars.You need to recode some systems after total loss of 12v.Once again the dealers will help.