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Hey harrie in need in radiocode from in Ford escort the serie nr from de radio in M067601 Thanks


For ford radio code from the serial number go to Gumtree and search ford radio codes! Cheaper than main dealer!

Sep 20, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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1994 3 Series: My 1994 325is was reset to a 4 digit radio code in...


I know that this site will offer free advice on this particular radio problem as it is quite a common query with these hybrid BMW radios

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May 18, 2010 | 1994 BMW 3 Series

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CHANGED BATTERY AND NOW THE RADIO WILL NOT WORK. ONLY THING THAT COMES UP IS CODE 1,2,3,4,5,6


ur anti-theft deterrent has activated on ur radio and is locked need to notify a dealer the code is part of vehicles security system and dealer has code ---call first or if have owners manual either will advise how to retrive radio id number which is needed

Feb 01, 2010 | 2003 Honda Civic

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I need code radio cd


Each radio has its own anti-theft code. You need either the 5 digit activation (anti-theft) code number to reset the radio or the radio serial number to get the code from a Honda dealer.

there are a few options available to you to get the code if you can't find it in the owners manual or with the original paperwork.

the first is to call your dealer if you bought the car new from them. they should have the code on file. if you didn' t buy the car new, don't despair. here's what to do in that case.

first look inside your glove box on the sides of the glove box there may be a white sticker with either one or two rows of numbers. the sticker will be about 1" long and .5" high. If there are two rows of numbers the top row will be a 5 digit number and that is your radio anti-theft code. If there is only one row of numbers and they are about 9 or 10 letters and numbers that is the serial number for the radio. If you have the serial number you can call your honda dealer and they can look up the radio code from the serial number.

if the tag isn't inside the glove box, take out the ashtray and check behind it to see if its glued on there. If not there, check under the trunk lid. The dealers usually put the stickers in on of those places.

if you can't find the tag then you have to retrieve the serial number and call a honda dealer to get the code. to retrieve the serial number on your radio follow this procedure.

with the key in the ignition and turned to the ON position but with the radio OFF, use your right hand to hold in the radio station buttons numbered 1 and 6. then, continue to hold the buttons in as you turn the radio on with your left hand. continue to hold the buttons in until you see a series of 5 numbers and letters starting with the letter U. release the buttons and write the first series of numbers down. then a second series of numbers will be displayed starting with the letter L. write those numbers down. The 10 charactors are your radio's serial number. call any honda dealer and give them the serial number and they will be able to get you your activation code.

I hope this helps you and please have a merry xmas

Dec 18, 2009 | 2002 Honda Civic

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2004 honda odyssey radio code glove box number is 11210950


thta is the serial number for radio i checked for the code cause i work for dealer the radio code is 13426

Jun 21, 2009 | 2004 Honda Odyssey

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Radio code


you will have to pull the radio out of your vehicle and get the serial number off of it. bmw keeps a record of old radio codes. if you take your vehicle to the dealership usually they will retrieve radio codes for free. And even pull the radio out to get the serial number.

Apr 08, 2009 | 1989 BMW 7 Series

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Cd code


look in ur glove box for a white sticker with numbers onit.. if u have a sticker with a 5 digit series of numbers, type them in ur stereo unit. if u have a longer number , u have to take that one to ur honda dealer so they can retrieve ur code from isis (honda internet) u may have a sticker with both a five number series (for example code 53342) and on the bottom of that one is a longer series of numbers...which is ur radios serial number for example 53342 = code 1950007364 = serial number.good luck . theres also a way to retrieve ur serial number thru the display of the radio... with radio off , push and hold #1 and #6 preset buttons , then push the stereo power button .. write that number down on the display and take it to ur honda dealer for the code.. remember to take the regist and i.d with u if u arent taking the car ... this is a anti theft code iquiry and it wont be given to u if u arent the owner or cant show proof ur owner of the vehicle

Apr 02, 2009 | 2005 Honda CR-V

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Code for radio 1995 bmw 5 series


You need to pull the radio out and get the seriel number off of the radio itself. They were not very reliable to begin with and most had been replaced over the years under warranty. That's why you pull the number from the radio and not the car. You can then take proof of car ownership (insurance card, title, etc) to your local dealer and they can get it for you.

Mar 08, 2009 | 1995 BMW 5 Series

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1995 series 5 bmw radio code


Remove the radio and get the serial number off the back of the radio itself.. BMW should be able to translate the # into radio code

Mar 08, 2009 | 1995 BMW 5 Series

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