Question about 1995 Saab 900
What you probably have to do is enter a security code to unlock the radio - it's an anti-theft idea done by Saab, that Audi and BMW and others also do, to try and make it harder to re-sell stolen radios.
Go to the dealer with photo ID, the title to the car, and your registration - that way you prove who you are and that you own the car, and they can look up the code for you. They may charge you up to an hour's labor for this. Make sure they give you the code though, and don't just have a technician put it in. If you don't get the code from them, you'll have to pay them the next time too.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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