Question about Car Audio & Video
There is no code to unlock safe mode. Safe mode means that a fault has been detected and the unit goes in this mode (kind of forced stand by) to prevent further damage.
Disconnect battery ground cable and check the wiring at the back of the unit, a contact in the connectors or a short on wiring is common cause for safe mode.
When you disconnect the battery ensure that you have the anti theft code if needed. Anti-theft is different from safe mode. In that case you get Code on display, not Safe or the triangle sign.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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