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sounds like the motor that pulls the tape mechanism is probably about to give problems and is getting electronically noisy. The cb may need to hooked up some where else to power so you get away from dirty power as well as maybe move the cb farther away from the tape player. hope this helps.
hi you have to look at the car documents, the code is wrote on a special sheet or little card named «radio pass or radio code», if you don't have this paper you have to go to a Renault dealer to ask the radio code with your car serial number.
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Two methods come to mind. If your car stereo has a cassette, you can purchase a cassette adapter for inputting music. If no cassette, your only other option is an FM transmitter, like those sold for Ipods. Your local audio shop will have both.