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Entering stereo code in a VW Golf

After changing the battery on my 1998 Golf, I can't remember how to enter the 4 digit code even though I know the number! I get the number in but don't know what else needs doing to make it work. Very frustrating! Can you help me?

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Lets go. say the coed was 1234,Press button number 1 untill you got number one on your display.Then press number 2 until it shows on the display .Then press number three untill it shows on the display and the same for number 4.Hold down the last button until you here a bleep then you should be ok.

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