Question about 1995 Saab 900
I've had a BMW and now a Saab 900, a mechanic told me pull it out the number is on a paper sticker on the back, sure enough there it was. I guess if you're paranoid you could pull it out and tear the sticker off, the a thief will still pull it out, (if they were bright they would be doing something else) I wrote the number down in case of battery drain or change. Hope you are as lucky.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Take your registration, title, and photo ID to the dealership. This way you can prove the car is yours, you are who you say you are, and will provide the VIN number to the dealer. They can use the VIN number to look up the radio code for your car. You may have to pay for this though, anywhere up to an hour's labor - this will vary from dealer to dealer.
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