Question about Car Audio & Video
You have to get the code from a Renault dealer. They are allowed to charge you a fee to supply the code and will demand to see proof of vehicle ownership along with proof of your ID. The security code is deliberately a bit awkward to obtain: it wouldn't be of much use if you could freely obtain the information online.
In practice, if they know you as a customer many dealers provide it for free and without making you jump through hoops, and if they don't know you will often provide it for free if you're buying parts at the same time or getting a service done, but will still expect the ownership and ID evidence.
Before contacting Renault, check the vehicle documentation thoroughly: the code will often be written down somewhere and some owners even write it down inside the glovebox lid.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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