Usually the code will be based on your vehicle registration or Chassis number which can mean you are not getting the code for the current unit fitted to the car, especially if the radio has been replaced at any stage in its lifetime. However I have no payments so I think that is a bargin. The present status for days or distance will be displayed. Making a donation or buying a hard copy of the website and its contained information will show your appreciation and thanks, helping to support the site so that you and others may continue to benefit from its existence. Not sure what you mean?. If that does not work go to www. They'll tell you where to go and what to do with it.
If you want him to do it he'll charge money for his time. Your welcome, i love you too. Alan Wood Just a line to say great site, easy to use, and have saved a tidy sum and inconvenience by not having to take it to a garage. At Radio-Code, we provide stereo codes based on the unique serial number of the car radio, regardless of what it was fitted to originally. This will only work if you still have the original radio fitted from when your vehicle left the factory. Secondly, you should also realize a dead battery doesn't charge up properly. The round ringyou see is the crankshaft seal.
Purchase, download and print your own copy for use in the workshop or just simply if you prefer to read all the content off line. If you enter the wrong code more than three time the radio will lock up and needs to be left…. A good, tough ratchet will be a must, so invest in a good set if you don't already have one. However, these have always been sealed batteries, the un-sealed ones most often have come back for me. After 10 seconds, a signal will sound and the display will show 10,000 miles 15,000 km.
It's on the right hand side of your engine, right out front. Looks like a maroon handled wrench with a rubber belt looped through it. What our customers have to say. A cheap ratchet may fail you. You might take my tactic and simply store the old oil drums for a while, and wait til you have like 10 before you go to the dump that way you can get more oil changes per trip to the dump. Mercedes Sound 10 You might want to give it a try. Posted on May 18, 2009 If this is the stock radio for this car call the mercedes dealer, they will Ask for your vin number, and they can provide you with an unlock code, this is usually the only way, as each radio has its own custom unlock code associated with the particular cars vin, and also the serial number on the back of the radio.
I have a 1999 e320 Apr 11, 2009. Now open the hood and remove the serpentine belt onthe engine. Press and hold the button while turning the key to position 2 again. If you leave the radio powered on for over two hours it should reset and clear, allowing you to enter the new and correct code. The radio will then have to electrically unlocked at an auto electrical radio specialist.
The dealer should have told you this. If there was no codes you can try 0000 and see if that works which is the default if no security codes were programed. If the above does not work out for you I still may be able to assist with the code for your old model radio cassette unit. Using our Mercedes stereo decoding system, you are not only saving money, but also time and the hassle which is involved. Well anyway i'm a lil mechaniclly inclined so i figured i could figure out the problem.
I disconnected the battery for storage and you guessed it, the radio wanted a code. Immediately press the button next to the display twice within one second. If there was no codes you can try 0000 and see if that works which is the default if no security codes were programed. Once tail lamp is out, just depress the 2 plasticclips to release the bulbs from inside the assembly. You can let the car down off the jack now if you wanna. Unless you like pain, or you let your car cool completely before you change the oil if your like me, you wanna change your oil on the fly and go on about your day, not wait around for your car to cool down you might wanna invest in some gloves that would prevent hot oil from burning your skin. When you find out what your problem was.
Remove the radio from the dash and take down the Becker model and serial number from the paper label on the side of the set. If that does not work go to www. It comes straight from the radio manual. You can then take them to your local oil disposal facility for proper disposal, based on your local laws. These are all also available at autozone for around 40. In providing this service, it does take up some of my valuable time and the website needs to be hosted and funded in some way.