Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This car does not have a auto trans dipstick, the level can only be checked by the dealer, this is a growing trend that started with most German cars, the filter is inside the trans pan and only needs changing every 60,000 miles.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
You can add transmission fluid to you transmission through the transmission fluid dipstick tube. Take your time and use the right size funnel, check and dubble check to make sure you don not over fill. Over filling the transmission is just as bad as not haveing enough fluid too.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Grundig 200 car radio can decode in the next way:
First step: Switch off the radio and the ignition as well.
Second step: Push the AS button and keep it pushed, at the same time turn on the ignition.
After this you will hear a beep sound. Now you can release the AS button.
Now you can enter the code in the next way: The first number can be set with the button ''1'', the second number of your code can be set with button ''2'' and so on. By pushing the ''1'',''2'',3'',''4'' buttons the value indicated in the screen will be increased by one. So if the first number of your code is 5 then you have to push the button ''1'' 5 times.
if this doesnt work then it will be cheaper to buy a new car radio contact me and let me no how you get on :)
Oh and the serial number is either engraved on the side of the unit or an actual sticker which is in the format you describe. You'll need to remove the unit from the dashboard to be able to get access to this.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: Pontiac G6 radio change problem
I had the same problem. You have to buy a bunch of extra parts and even then it probably still wont work. I ended up buying an aux input and hooking it up myself. It took 20 min and sounds great.
here's the link
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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