Question about JVC KD-S6060 CD Player
I recently inherited a Peugeot 106 from my Grandmother and it needed a new clutch. Whilst having it repaired the radio must have been turned completely off as it now requires a four digit code. She didn't leave me the manual and I have no idea what it could be... does anyone have any sneaky tricks that might be of some use?
First make sure that the code has not been noted somewhere within the car (underneath the ash tray, glove box , rear of sun visor etc)
To see if your code is available here for free then the radio will have to be removed from the dashboard (and if you are lucky, someone may have written the code on the casing ) .
If not then POST ANOTHER QUESTION
quoting the radio MAKE+MODEL plus ALL the LETTERS+NUMBERS on ANY LABELS ,BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING
note: Unfortunately not all radios can be decoded using the Serial Number
If not then try your Main Dealer ...........or take it into a Decode Service who will plug in a laptop to read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM). This takes a few minutes and shouldn`t be too expensive
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
Go to a main dealer, or pull the radio out and get a decent one instead
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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