Find the bar code under the hood, it's on the drivers side (left) toward the top.... it's about 1 inch tall and 5 wide. There are numbers below the bar code...use the last four numbers. This is usually your code! It worked for me! Enter the code on the radio numbers.
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ok sorry to tell you this buy there is a different on every radio with that rubbed off there is nothing I can help you with unless by some chance if you called a dealership that carries them cars to see if they can give you a code to put in they must have some master code for when they get these vehicles used Good Luck :D
You need to contact a Jag dealer and provide your VIN# to get code. It's a theft deterrent anytime battery is disconnected or radio has been removed. TIP: write down code when you get it in glovebox with a Sharpie.
I had this when I first got my 1991 XJ6 (XJ40). I contacted my local Jaguar dealer with the problem, and from the chassis number, he was able to give me the correct security code for the radio. If your car has the original radio still fitted, as mine had, then your local dealer should be able to do the same for you.
TO RESET ECM ON A 1988 XJ6 JAGUAR.YOU DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE FOR 30 SECONDS TO CLEAR CODE.THIS WONT DO ANY GOOD IF YOU HAVE A ECM TROUBLE CODE DONT FIX PROBLEM.CHECK ENGINE LIGHT WILL STAY ON, UNTIL YOU FIX FAULTY COMPONENT OR SENSOR.
If the last owner is not able to give you the code you will have to go to the dealer for it. There isn't just one code for all, its to deter thieves from steeling it. Without the code it endures the stereo useless.
i have a 2004 jaguar x-type and i replaced my battery and the radio is locked and i dont know the code. i bout the car second hand and the code that the dealership has isnt working. what can i do to get the radio unlocked?
I bought a 1991 Jag XJ6 and the stereo was locked. I called the Jaguar dealer and spoke with a person at the parts desk (Cole European in Walnut Creek CA). He asked for the vin# and looked up the code. I don't think you can plainly see the code in your vin# because my code does not exactly match any of the numbers in the vin#. He did not charge me for giving me the code number, but you might have go in with your license and registration to prove the car is yours.