Question about Car Audio & Video
The way to recover the radio code is to remove the radio and copy the Serial Number off the radio's label, then take it to a Jaguar dealer's Parts Dept. where they can get the code.
It usually starts with a letter followed by about 9 or 10 numbers then a space and 4 more numbers...the last 4 are the code.
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Posted on May 21, 2008
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