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Radio Code We bought the Volvo used from an individual. A couple weeks ago the head gasket blew and my husband is a mechanic so he fixed the problem for me so we didnt have and extra charges other than parts. I got in the car shortly ago and the radio said code. I punched a few buttons and now it says off. What in the world can I do to figure out how to fix this?

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If the previous owner(s)had any sense they would have written it in the service book,but hey...you need to have the thing recoded dealers, do NOT keep codes as you can change it but you need original first....

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