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Remove the unit from your dashboard and there should be a sticker with the factory sticker on it the code is also on this label, Automotive stereo systems have been like this since about 1987. If that fails you may have to contact your local dealer to obtain a replacement code if they have it that is otherwise contact the manufacturer of the sound system. I hope this helps.
With the car, comes a plastic "infocard" with the radio and alarm codes. If you lost the card or didn't receive it with the purchase, you can ask for the code to the radio manufacturer, they'll ask you the serial number of the radio and the car and they'll send you the code.
If you require a code the radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard . Then please POST A NEW QUESTION quoting the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING. ================================================ If your radio is a RENAULT/PHILIPS then here are the correct Code Entry Instructions
Philips Renault Code Entry
Turn on the radio and the display will show 'CODE'
Use the steering controls for code entry.
Press the [¬ ] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct first digit Press the [¬ ] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct second digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct third digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct fourth digit
If the correct code is now shown on screen, press and hold the [¬ ] button for up to 10 seconds to store the code
Not familar with your car but I had same problem many years ago with a Vauxhall Astra and did same as you, disconnected battery and re-connected, radio didn't work - but my display kept flashing for security code to be re-input, which I didn't have.
Yours could be the same if radio not worked since disconnection - solution: if you dont have code & not in any documentation you got with car, then the radio will need to be re-coded by a dealer (expensive) or enquire with local car spares shops - they normally know a cheaper source. Mine cost about £18 (5 years ago) to get re-coded & I had to remove & reinstall myself.
ok i dont know if this helps but i looked up some info on getting your radio code back
i dont know the codes off hand but this is what general consences says
"if you look on the right hand side of the radio, you will see a four digit code beginning with a letter. it is usually located near a bar code, and sometimes it says the word 'security' by it."
also Renault dealer can find out the code for that radio.
i copied and pasted this from a friend from the sterio installation bay at best buy
hope this infor helped