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7982 Code and procedure

Replaced fuse and do not have code. I think it is on the radio but do not know how to input it.

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The factory code is 0100

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"Safe" keeps displaying on radio, locked out


You need to remove the radio back up fuse for at least 2 minutes (yeah, I know they say 30 seconds, but it hasn't always worked for me), then reinstall the fuse. It should show 1000 or something similar on the digital display. You need to have the 4 digit code to unlock the radio and depress a couple of buttons after entering the code.

Remember that you push the radio pre-set station buttons to enter the code; button 1 for the first digit, button 2 for the second digit and so on. You will then need to push another button on your radio to enter the code. The button that you need to push will depend on which type radio you have.

If you don't have the radio code, look on the trunk floor to see if the radio serial number or code for the radio is there. If the PDI was done correctly and the radio wasn't replaced, then there should be a sticker on the trunk floor area with the serial number of the radio and/or the code. If it isn't there, then the radio needs to be removed from the vehicle to see the code that is stamped into the metal body of the radio. This plus the VIN number are input into the VW information system (done at the dealership only) to obtain the radio code.

The instructions for inputing the code should be in the owners manual or radio suppliment as supplied by VW, when the vehicle was sold new. If you have the code but aren't sure about how to input the code, see the local dealership, they can do it on the driveway in a manner of a few moments.

If the radio requires to be pulled to obtain the code, expect to pay between .5 to 1.0 of labour at the dealership's posted labour rate to obtain the code and input it into the radio to make it function. They used to do it for free until they ended up doing something 10 or more of these a day, because everyone else was charging up to $120! to unlock and programme the radio!

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Factory radio with code and or safe mode


It seems like everyday someone is writing in with the problem of loosing the radio code or having changed a battery and now their radio comes up with "safe" or "code".

the registered owner of the vehicle needs to call the dealer and with the V.I.N. # ready for them (and in some cases, the radio serial number) to get the serial number of the radio it will have to be removed in some cases and in other it can be brought up on the screen of the radio. the dealer will know this and how to advise you to do so. request the code and procedure. Once you have this code and procedure, write the code and steps down in the owners handbook or other item that stays with the vehicle.

There is no master code that works for all radios. how it works is the dealer has a computer program that will generate the code from the serial # inputed into it. so each radio has it's own unique code.


I hope this helps everyone with this issue , for you will have saved the code and have it handy for that next battery change.

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My fuse blow on my radio and now i need code i dont have owners manual please help


you will have to go to the dealer to get the code and procedure to input it as they will be the only ones that can get the code for you assuming its a factory radio.these are a anti-theft radio and as such the code allows it to be re-programed to operate.write the code and procedure down so if it losses power again you will be able to do it yourself.

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Any ford serial number beginning L, C, or M I can get the code for FREE for you, want to know how to insert it? I will send you that also. Please mention FixYa in message. with model and serial number followed by 6 numbers ie (M123456) Regards, a pre-frustrated code loser
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Take the radio out. copy down the serial number. Call bmw dealer and they will give you the code.

If you've tried to enter the code once,and put in the wrong code there is a 90 minute to 3 hour wait to try again. the key has to be on Accessory for this amount of time to enter it in again.

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