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hi i have a 2002 dts and had the same problem. i recently had work done to my car and suddently my radio stop playing. well recently my battery went dead and i got a jump start and that fixed the problem. maybe if you disconnect your battery and re-connect that might reset the system. i found out the hard way, but since i jumped my car the radio has been fine.
Hello, The only way to get the code is to call a Mercedes dealer and give them the information so they can get it from MBNA. Sometimes you will have to take your vehicle registration and ID to the dealership in order for them to process it. CYA Gator241
try unhooking the cars battery for fifteen minutes then hooking it back up. they probably did this at the shop when they were finished to clear the engine trouble codes. my car radio recently acted up all i had to do was unhook the battery then it worked like new.