My car battery went dead as an earth wire came undone and since then my stereo is asking for a 4 digit code.My car is a peugeot 306 and finding the code is really difficult compared to other cars and I really dont want to pay a specialist as its quite expensive.I have tried the decoders on the internet but I cant find one for peugeot.The seriel no. is PU-2294AC and Seriel no. is CL040120514536,can anyone help?
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You will need to call a Volvo dealership and they will ask for the Vehicle Identification Number and they will look it up for you. If you bought the car new, you should have gotten 2 cards with a 4 digit number- that is your radio code- it is unique to your radio and should be recorded somewhere if you disconnect the battery or the radio fuse.
It is simply entered via the station preset buttons.
If you make a mistake entering the code, just pull the fuse for the radio for about 3 minutes and try again.
1) your CB may provide a phantom drain to ground and run down the battery if you do not have means of interupting all power to it when the vehicle is not running and no key in ignition and radio off. It is usually the powerline filter in the CB that does this.
But the car stereo not wanting to work, it is likely the wire termination at the fuse came apart and is no longer making contact to that power wire for the radio. If you cross tap to the CB power wire a few inches from the fuse block, the stereo should work again.