Question about 2001 Volkswagen Cabrio
How do I remove the radio my self to get the id number off the radio ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 cabrio radio code
The code for each car is different, it can be found in your books that came with the car if the original owner left it in (it has to be written in the section that deals with the stereo and security); if they took it out and it is not available, you can call a dealership and give them the VIN number and they should be able to give you the code for your particular car. They are not supposed to charge for this service but if you are getting nowhere you can call Volkswagen directly and talk to customer service.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
SOURCE: how can I remove my
You do not need to take the dash apart, there are two little slots oneon each side of the face of the radio, you need special removal tools to unlock it and it will pull right out, but first check in your owners manual, or in the spare tire well for the card, or sticker which has the serial number as well as the unlock code for your radio.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
To actually do this job it is not all that difficult. The problem might be the equipment needed. You will need to jack up the car - remove the wheel - remove the brake assembly and secure it [ with the brake line still connected - be careful not to rip the brake line] - then you will need to loosen the large bolts that hold the strut assembly to the frame structure.
Then loosen all bolts holding on the axle. Some axles will come right out but many will need a puller - and you will have plenty of transmission fluid flowing so you will need a large flat bucket - just in case.
Be sure to get the exact right one because some of these lengths are within a quarter inch and will come apart after you install them.
In closing this is way better left to professionals as you must jack the car up and it is a hard job at home.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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