Question about 2001 Volkswagen Beetle
Put in new cluster board so now need codes
Hi friends plez i need code of this, ihave a problem with my Volkswagen radio vwz1z3k6400678 - 815 7 647 239 360 - 3C8 035 195 Blaupunkt VW MID EU UP1 BVX
Posted on Mar 18, 2015
Sometimes the radio code is in with th owners manual, if not you will need to call a VW dealer with your vin number
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw golf .... alpha...... safe 2
"2 safe" means that your radio was in safe mode, and then the code was improperly entered 2 times. you either need to disconnect your battery and leave it for up to 4 hours (i've been told), or leave your key in the ignition for around an hour.
once it comes out of "2 safe" mode, then it will just say SAFE and give you the numbers 1-0-0-0. You just need to enter the 4 digit code (using your pre-set numbers 1-2-3-4 to change the numbers), then hold the seek > button and your radio should come on.
If you don't have the code, call VW. they'll find your code for free. they did for me. if not they'll charge like $50 or something.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
I assume you have this unlocked by now, but here's an answer for someone else for the future :-)
if you have the original radio that come with the car, look in the wheel well in the trunk, where the spare tire goes. (yep, you'll need to stand on your head). there is a sticker that will have the 4-digit code on it.
enter that into the radio.
I can't remember off the top of my head which one it is, but either the >> Scan or the am/fm button will be the "enter key"
Posted on May 26, 2009
The P0238 code relates to a Turbo Boost sensor pressure High. The P0106 is a MAP sensor code and could be caused by a bad or loose hose to the MAP sensor and can cause the P0171 which is system to lean code. The P0297 is a vehicle overspeed code. Hope this helps you some.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
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