Date: Sat, 18 Dec 1999 16:58:59 GMT
From: donnellynopsamabay.rr.com (Buddy Donnelly)
Subject: Re: Radio problems


On Sat, 18 Dec 1999 15:57:48, "Dan Matz" <dmatznopsamnatha.net> wrote: > It has to do with the fact that at some time the battery has been > disconnected. If you were provided a radio code at the time you purchased > the vehicle (4 numbers, maybe 6) punch that into the radio. You may need > to press the on button afterwards, I'm not sure. If you bought the car used, look for a paper credit-card sized ID card in the SAAB wallet, probably with "Clarion" on it. If you have any other Owner's Manual type records, look at the pages regarding the radio for handwritten notations that might have been made of this number, including service records. Also pull the radio out and look at all sides, to see if the number has been marked on it by service people. Since the code has to be entered every time the battery has been disconnected, it often shows up somewhere somebody wrote it down. All the tips I'd follow if I was stealing radios, if it weren't so easy to get the radio codes from SAAB dealers. -- Good luck, Buddy Buddy Donnelly donnellynopsamabay.rr.com

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