I had my battery die on me and when i got a jump it asked me for a code that i never recieved.....convenient huh? but my number is SN0005283 part number 39101-80J40 please help all my lights are blinking and stuff is not working correctly
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you need to look in owners manual for the radio code. if its not there you need to go to dealer with vin and ask for code. its a safty feature so people wont steal your radio but its more of a headache.
occasionaly the code can be found on the radio, if not you can remove the radio, and call your local dealership and ask for the code. they'll ask you for some information regarding the vehicle and give you the code. They should ask for VIN number and serial number on the radio. Sometimes the code will be found in the owners manual or on the envelope containing it. hope this helps.
Yes your radio need a code and you suppose to have it when you bought the car. So now call your dealer and ask for the code and i think they will ask for your information and your VIN number. Good luck
when battery dies the radio deems this to be that someone is trying to steal it and it goes into anti-theft mode and disables itself u need to notify a dealer the codes are dealer issued because they are considered a part of the vehicles security system call the dealer first will explain how to retrieve the radio id number which is needed
I agree with Mike. The same thing happened to my 2007 Murano after I needed to get a battery jump -- my screen went black, no back-up camera, couldn't turn on radio or HVAC.
Brought it into my dealership who changed the battery, then they wanted to run a diagnostic (around $105/hr). I asked about the fuses, and thankfully, as it turns out, it was the "back-up battery fuse." Just paid for the battery and labor for that, and the fuse.
Hi! The easiest way to re code your radio is to pop along to your local Suzuki dealership with Log book/title, proof of ownership and identification with you, they should only be too glad to give you the necessary details you require. I hope this helped, please appraise my FREE effort by pressing that Blue button if sorted, Thank You! Paul 'W' U.K.