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Re-entering radio code

Followed the directions entered code radio remains on off, what solutions are available?

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  • Anonymous Jul 26, 2008

    have the radio code for the car, however can not enter it Help



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    i have a 95 volvo 940 i have the code and it wont let me enter it

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    i was doing a fuel system replacement and needed the battery disconnected and when i plugged it back up i also needed the code.

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    BATTERY WENT DEAD NOW I NEED A RADIO CODE TO RESET RADIO

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Go to your dealership with cars registration and personal ID to show proof of ownership of vehicle. And they will give you the four number radio code for free.

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I have a 1995 850 volvo im trying to figure out the radio code my battery went dead an I charged it up then the radio was asking for a code then it switch to off im looking for the code so the radio will work again

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There are people on eBay who claim to be able to provide you with an unlock code if you give them the radio serial number (on the label). I have no experience with this but I believe it works with *some* Volvo radios. Also, some car audio shops can unlock it for you, usually for a lot less than a Volvo dealer will.

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Call nearest Volvo dealer if the information is not in the owners manual

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