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A warning signal non stop

After changing battery i put the code radio works but I have a nonstop warning signal sound . No one knows what is happening

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If it is constant cycling beeps it is because it is in factory mode, when the car is new and you input the code it usually cycles beeps through all the speakers one after the other, it takes up to 5 minutes to stop and then will work ok, if it is a beep when you put the code in then the code is wrong, there is a 4 digit pre code on the side of the radio, if you go on renaults web site and put in your chassis number then the pre code, it will give u the code that renault gave that stereo, costs 15 or a dealer can also do it for you.

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