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There are a few possibilities here - One of my 9000's still had the factory card in the manual, which has the radio code printed on it. Often, there is a hand written 4 digit number somewhere in the owner's manual, although where in the manual it was written varies a lot. Sometimes, if you pull the radio out, the number has been written on the chassis of the radio. Last option, if you pull the radio out and get the numbers off it (I do not recall which numbers, I simply took pictures of all of them), your local Saab (ex) dealer should be able to tell you the code for your radio. I do know that Trio Motors in Burton, MI can do this - they were able to do so for me.
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