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My ford transit 58 plate radio is saying unavailable ??


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C 180 2009 radio shows device unavailable and make an beep sound, even if the radio is off, I think it is the cd player, as it does not want to play/eject


When a MB radio is powered down for whatever reason(theft, low battery, fuses removed, etc) it requires an anti-theft code number to be punched into the radio controls to restore the radio operation. You should have received the code in your ownership package. If you present yourself to the dealer as the true owner, they will be able to use your VIN to look up your specific code. If you have a good relationship with your SE, He may give you this info over the phone. Be sure and ask how and where the code is entered.

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Radio not working


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When I replace old baterry, radio is unavailable for use, due to I need radio code


Just, get the code online for free here:
http://www.radio-code.co.uk/ford-radio-codes.html
It requires serial number of your radio. ( Or just reply / send the S/N here, I'll handle the rest of process)
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I cant seem to remove the radio in a ford e350 i did buy the tool for this but with no luck is it bolted or do i have to remove the dash panal


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Hi I have a 2009 ML 500 The battery went dead we recharged it. Now my stereo says device unavailable


On some vehicles, once you take off the battery, the radio fails to function. You need to program the radio. The dealer should have given you a radio code for your car to program your radio or take the car to your dealer to have this corrected that is if it was in working condition prior to removing the battery. This is a security measure that in the event the radio is stolen, it's unserviceable.

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One of my customers has a 2006 Mercedes Benz E320 CDI. When you activate the Sat Nav this message appears "Navigation Device Unavailable." What does this mean. I know it came equipped with satellite...


you have to register using a credit card to use some of the faciilties of the system, could be she is not paying the annual subscription to keep it activated?????

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Changed my battery in my 98 Honda Accord V6. Radio when turned on shows a code of C. As I hit preset buttons it spells out code then goes to ERR.


lol,sorry to laugh but i truly find it amazing how so many of these so called Guru's especially ones that are supposed "Honda Expert" can pass out so much mis-information and waste peoples valuable time!!!! On any HONDA/ACURA car with stock anti-theft radios/navi units require a 5 digit code(radio), 4 digit for navi units. When the vehicle was originally stocked in as new vehicle there were 4 places the prep tech would have made this code available. A card the size of credit card w/ S/N of device and anti theft code on it would have been placed in owners manual,warrenty packet in glove box(which after several different owners is usually lost),2 small sticker with same info would have been placed in hidden spots on car.As standard these places would be either on interior of glove box lid,on interior of center armrest lid(if available) ,or on inside back of one of the underhood fuse/relay box's.It is also noted and reported through Honda corp.,through dealership computer.if any of these card,stickers are unavailable, call dealership with vehicle VIN # & 70% of the time the dealer can retrieve lock code through computer by Vin number.Very last if all these options fail you, remove radio/or Navi unit and write down S/N of unit and either I or any Honda dealer can retrieve anti-theft code from Honda corperation and get you going again! There is absolutely no way of reprogramming a radio to new code to unit, i would like to apologize for some of the mis-leading information put out by so called experts on here,it makes the the rest of us real experts look bad.Let me know if you need the that code looked up by Vin or RADIO s/n, GOOD LUCK AND THANKS JOEL

Nov 10, 2009 | 1998 Honda Accord

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