Question about Car Audio & Video
The radio code is available from any Volvo dealership if you don't have the printed code # on the card that came with the car's owner manual. You will need to first obtain the serial number from the sticker on the bottom of the radio. Depending on year and model of your car, this can be obtained by yourself or have the dealer do it. Another option is that most car stereo shops will charge a small fee to remove and re-install your radio while getting the serial number for you. Take this number to the car dealer and they will give you the radio code. Input this and you're all set!
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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