Date: 28 May 2002 02:23:26 GMT
Subject: Re: '90 900 radio code # ?

Someone who looks an awful lot like Saab Guy <> wrote: >> When I lost mine, I found it written on a piece of masking tape that >> was stuck to the top of the radio itself. Pull it out of the dash and >> see if anyone has done you a similar favor. >> > Heh heh heh...these Saab radios are silly, they'll only work in an > other Saab what self respecting Saab owner would want to buy another > radio! Anyway, the whole code thing is silly because everybody does > just that, puts a big address label in the window that says "Radio > Code" If it keeps my car from being broken into, I'm all for it. Minor, trivial inconvenience. Oh - they'd work in a non-Saab, by the way, if the right bits were taken along with it. Besides, that red blinky-light has some deterrance factor, and if that's all that it takes to get some low-life to go rip apart some *other* car's dashboard, then I'm good with that as well. > ANYWAY what I meant to say (before I went on my little Saabs are > unique and I love em' that way rant) was that if the dealer made it > go into lock mode they sure oughta fix it for free (I.E. Supply the > code) You betcha. Not doing so would be a clear "go take your business somewhere else in the future" move. Dave

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