Question about Car Audio & Video
I did this last week for a Vivaro that I have just bought.
This will defo get it out of safe mode and will get it working again If you have the code... Switch engine on with stereo off. Hold down AS button then turn the stereo on...safe mode should dissapear then press number one until the right digit is in the box and continue until the 4 digits are in. Then hold AS down then turn the stereo off again.
If you don't have the code contact the dealer for it usually £25 or buy the code online if you get the code number from the back of the stereo. Look for Grundig stereo codes or something like that online, there are loads on ebay.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
IF YOU HAVE THE CODE, TRY DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY AND STARTING AGAIN
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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