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My Lanos radio requires a code to unlock it whenever the battery is disconnected and reconnected. If I install a new radio, will it also require a code?

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Depends on the radio you bu. If the radio you get has a removable face then the code is stored in the face. If you get a radio that is all one part then it will have a code that you will have to enter every time the battery is removed. If the battery removal is something you do regularly then go to a battery supply shop and enquire about a back up pack that plugs into the data link and maintains all the electronic settings while the battery is out

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    type in free radio codes on the net and search for your make of radio. Contact the dealer from where the car was bought originally and they should have the code on record. If you have the owners hand book it may be written in the book somewhere.

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SOURCE: code for daewoo lanos radio battery disconnnection

look on torrent site mininova.org and you will find a torrent titled radio codes ,download and use it as you havent put the radios chassis number which you will need to generate the code

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SOURCE: Radio locked, won't prompt for CODE

turn on radio remove the negitave battery cable wait one minute it will reset >>
hook cable back up>>
hope this helps

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 daewoo lanos i need the unlock code for the

I have a copy of a sheet with the various codes to put in. There are a quite a few. I could mail you a copy. Any dealer that handles these cars will have the codes. That is where I got mine. You should keeo these on hand. Any time your battery is off you will lose the code.

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SOURCE: CODE FOR LANOS RADIO

they are sometimes on a page in front of owners manual. Other wise you will have to call a authorized repair shop.

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turn on radio remove the negitave battery cable wait one minute it will reset >>
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Code for daewoo lanos radio battery disconnnection


look on torrent site mininova.org and you will find a torrent titled radio codes ,download and use it as you havent put the radios chassis number which you will need to generate the code

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