Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
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
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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Oct 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
Make sure you have the radio unlock code for your Civic, if equipped
with the anti-theft radio. Disconnect your negative battery cable and gather
the tools required for the procedure. Make sure your workplace is safe and
Remove the drive belt to better access the alternator. Remove the 4P
connector from the alternator, and then remove the battery wiring module.
Use your socket wrench to remove the alternator bolts, and then slip the
alternator away from its mount.
Mount the new alternator in its place. Use the torque wrench to tighten
the bolts to 33 ft.-lbs. This is the specific rating for the Honda Civic, do
not disregard this. Not properly tightening the bolts could cause problems.
Attach the 4P connection and the battery wiring module. Replace the
drive belt and reconnect the negative battery cable.
Make sure your radio and air conditioning are turned off, and then crank
the engine. Rev the engine to 3,000 RPM with the vehicle in park. Hold it in
this position under you hear the radiator fan turn on.
Take your foot off the accelerator and let the engine idle for five
minutes. Set your clock and use your code to unlock your radio.
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