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markdotreed



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Radio Code

Lots of tinkering time whilst on lockdown so I thought I'd try and re fit the radio. The original Clarion unit was damaged when the heater matrix went about 10 years ago and I never bothered with it after, Subswquently foiund another on the bay but I don't have the code.
Any ideas?

CR0124N0003314
PU-9590C Regards
Mark

2009 D4; 1993 Classic 3.9 VSE

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Joe90



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Perhaps here ?

https://instant-radio-code.com/clarion-radio-unlock-code .
Experience is the only genuine knowledge, but as time passes, I have forgotten more than I can remember Wink
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markdotreed



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thatnks but that site just redirects you and you have to register to a load of other tat. Regards
Mark

2009 D4; 1993 Classic 3.9 VSE

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Joe90



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There are probably plenty of other out there who will provide a code for a small fee, I used one once a few years ago, will see if I can find it in my email archive.... .
Experience is the only genuine knowledge, but as time passes, I have forgotten more than I can remember Wink
Volvo V70 P2 2006 2.4 Petrol 170bhp Estate SE
MG Midget Mk1 1962

Previous: L322 Range Rover TDV8 3.6 2008; L322 Range Rover TD6 3.0 2002; P38A Range Rover V8 1999

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Joe90



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If memory serves it was a ford ka radio code i got direct from Ford

This lot look more bona fide, however they do want £20....
https://www.onlineradiocodes.co.uk/clarion-radio-codes .
Experience is the only genuine knowledge, but as time passes, I have forgotten more than I can remember Wink
Volvo V70 P2 2006 2.4 Petrol 170bhp Estate SE
MG Midget Mk1 1962

Previous: L322 Range Rover TDV8 3.6 2008; L322 Range Rover TD6 3.0 2002; P38A Range Rover V8 1999

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markdotreed



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I've just paid a fiver on ebay for a code. They say 100% works or money back
I'll let you know how it goes.
Thanks again Regards
Mark

2009 D4; 1993 Classic 3.9 VSE

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Thumbs Up .
Experience is the only genuine knowledge, but as time passes, I have forgotten more than I can remember Wink
Volvo V70 P2 2006 2.4 Petrol 170bhp Estate SE
MG Midget Mk1 1962

Previous: L322 Range Rover TDV8 3.6 2008; L322 Range Rover TD6 3.0 2002; P38A Range Rover V8 1999

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markdotreed



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I've had a message from the ebay guy saying that my model radio cannot be decoded online and fair enough he refunded me.
He said it needs a hardware decode so I'll take it to a mate who owns a car audio company in Winchester and see if he can fix it. Regards
Mark

2009 D4; 1993 Classic 3.9 VSE

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simonsinek



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If you have replaced the original Clarion radio in your vehicle and now need the code to activate it, you have a few options:
Check the owner's manual: The radio code may be listed in the owner's manual of the vehicle.

Contact the dealership: Contact the dealership where the vehicle was originally purchased and provide them with the vehicle identification number (VIN). They may be able to retrieve the code for you.

Use a radio decoding service: Some companies specialize in decoding car radio codes. Provide them with the make, model, and serial number of the radio, and they may be able to retrieve the code for you.

If none of these options work, it may be necessary to have the radio professionally repaired or replaced with a new unit. Buying a new radio code is also good for you because recently, I bought Acura Radio Code for my car, and it works for me.

Post #656100 9th Feb 2023 12:53pm
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