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Code-Screen I had my car fixed two years ago and the Mechanic told me that he went undr the dashboard and pulled all the codes from the ECM to make a repair. I had to replace my battery about 3mos ago and when I tried to put the radio code in on the screen but no code request came up on the screen ( just a flat line like this came up ----- ----- ----- ----- ).I remembered the mechanic remove the code connection(s) from the ECM.I can't locate the mechanic any longer to have him reconnect whatever he did . Can anyone tell me where I can go under the dashboard to reconnect the codes request back to the ECM ? I really only need to reconnect the Radio request code at this time! Chaz Comment by Chazzy777, posted on Jul 26, 2008 Also,my Car is a 1996 Saab 900SE V6...I have the code for it. Thats not the problem. The problem is I need to reconnect the code request lead back into the ECM so I can put the code in for my radio.The mechanic pulled or disconnected all the code leads(?) from the ECM.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    You need to get with the dealer on this one, period

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Try leaving the key on for an hour it may just be in code lockout mode -jeff

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