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Hello,good day,hoping code for radio?ask your dealer for radio code,ty

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My car radio and CD is not working at all when i change battery.


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When you fix most anything triggered by a "Check Engine " light, you have to clear the computer. There are 2 ways to clear it. One is to unhook the Neg cable from the Battery for 10 minutes, the other is to use a scanner.

Sometimes there is a problem when unhooking the Battery as it affects other things when the power is lost. You can get this service done for free at Autozone or Oreillys and they will rescan your vehicle. There may be different codes showing now that you have changed some parts and it may be the better way to go.

If you used the Battery cable removal technique and the light still was on, you would need to rescan your car anyway. If you have a question about codes you can contact this site.

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If the engine is stalling with your foot off the pedel then look at the iac motor,make sure it is plugged in,also check for stored trouble code,then erase them,if you had the battery unhooked when doing water pump then this is normal,just keep the rpm up for a few min to let ecm relearn idle speed, when the battery is unhooked all the learned info in ecm is lost, i.e idle,shift points etc...

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unhooking the battery won't clear the code it's still stored in the hard set memory go to shcucks and have them scan the computer ask them to see if the codes are cleared if not you can clear them they can't it is an OBDII car once you have cleared the problem drive it and see if it comes back, be sure to get the codes printed out before clearing the codes the mechanic will need them if it comes back, there are hard codes and soft codes soft codes can be reset by unhooking the battery but not hard codes. Don't bother with unhooking the battery.

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unhooking your battery is not good on your computer mostly bmw because of all the components in your system are computer control so unhooking your battery is not a good idea..anyways you might check your owners manual it should have code..

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Eclipses have a Anti Theft Feature on the Stereo.

Its a simple fix. Contact your local dealership and they can give it to you by looking up your cars VIN number. To enter the code (its 4 digits) you simply use the 1-4 programed station buttons to cycle the numbers. Once the code is displayed, hold the FM button and it should work. I recommend writing the code down somewhere, any time you leave the battery disconnected or get a jumpstart you'll likely have to reenter it.

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