Question about 1995 Volkswagen Jetta
My radio is in safe mode and I don't know the code for it. I bought this car used and did not get the code.
You might have to call up the dealership and have them retrieve it for you using your vin number. I had to do that when I lost the card the radio code for my acura was written on.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Call the dealer and give them the vin number
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radio in safe mode
OK do you have the radio in your hands? IF not you have to remove it using the special tools slotted to unlock it and pull it out. The radio serial is etched into it but you have to remove it to see. With this and the car's serial and proof of ownership VW can get the radio code for you. Or they'd be happy to remove it for you as well and get the other info themselves.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: Bought a Smart car for
right firstly look around the car for a 4 figure number written down somewhere like the sun visor or under the boot mat ,anywhere in fact that might not appear obvious.If that turn anything up then remove the radio and look for the radio make and the radio serial number then if i have the right code generator for that model i can find the number from that.Failing which go back to dealer with the chassis number and they will get the number.Sometimes someone may have had the same problem and when you pull the radio out its written on the radio case.Common problem which is why i will write the radio code on the back of the sun visor when i have fitted a new battery or done a repair that has necessitated disconnecting the battery.Their is no magic secret of holding this button in and press that whilst holding the aerial and doing a jig all at the same time
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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