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Hi, I am looking for a code for my car radio. My car is a 2000 Renault Clio MTV and the radio details are as follows: Model no. : 22DC279/62L Product no. : FD0100430062967 8200029542TY387 Thanks in advance!!

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Hi, your code is 1601

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SOURCE: Hi i have just had my car Renault Clio on a 06

- By dancer23 on Feb 18, 2010 -

Earlier i posted a question requesting how to switch off the service light on my Renault Clio, i have found an answer to thios, as follows.
How do you reset the service indicator light 2007 renault clio?

Turn on the ignition, but don't start the car. On the right stalk there is a toggle switch that hinges up and down, and is used for going through the different features of the display. When the display shows 'Service Due' press and hold the top part of this switch for 10 seconds until the dispaly resets and it shows 30,000km or whatever until next service.
Turn on the ignition, but don't start the car. On the right stalk there is a toggle switch that hinges up and down, and is used for going through the different features of the display. When the display shows 'Service Due' press and hold the top part of this switch for 10 seconds until the dispaly resets and it shows 30,000km or whatever until next service.

all of the above is correct apart from pressing the toggle button. if you instead press the bottom toggle button for 10 seconds the display will start to flash. Keep button depressed and 5 seconds later the service counter will reset.
I know this works as i have just done it myself,
I hope this will help many others .

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