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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radio pin code input.
The normal method of resetting an ERROR display after a wrong code is to leave the radio SWITCHED ON ...UNDISTURBED for as long as it takes to automatically reset itself.
This may take several hours.
Make sure you have the CORRECT code.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
If you have the anti-theft code (it's like a business card attached were you find the code and direction) just follow the directions to enter the code but if you don’t have it, here is a link to get it
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Your question is unclear: do you have the code but don't know how to enter it, or are you asking for the code in return for supplying the radio serial number?
If it's the latter, then you need to contact a Citroen franchised dealer with proof of ownership in order to obtain the code, or use one of a number of independent online suppliers who claim to be able to do so.
If you're a regular customer of the Citroen dealer then they'll normally supply the code for free (but are allowed to charge for it). If you go to an online resource, you'll still have to pay but there's no guarantee that they'll help you nor that any code you're supplied with will work once they have your money. Promises to refund your money if the code doesn't work sound fine but in practice the only test is whether they honour the promise... Not all online code suppliers will fleece you, but none will give you the code for free either.
If you can't get the code, then you have to replace the radio; anti-theft security codes are meant to be awkward to overcome otherwise there's no point to them.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
check in the service pack for car it is normally with the radio manual. alternativley you could get your local car audio shop to decode the unit or your nissan dealer may have the code if the unit was registered during original purchase.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011
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