Question about Car Audio & Video
It'll be in the Rover car manual that you got when you bought the car.
If you bought it second hand and it didn't come with a manual you can either contact Rover and get the code (long winded process) or take it to a decent garage or dealership and they can replace the radio for one that works without a code.
Took my rover to a local garage and they changed the radio within an hour for a radio/cd player. didn't cost much as i supplied them with the stereo so all they had to do was fit it. works fine and starts up when i turn the key... no more codes!
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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