Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 18:18:59 GMT
From: "Jason Butterfield" <jrbutternopsamr.net>
Subject: Re: Radio Anti-Theft Code


Yeah, and the radio actually comes out quite easily if you have the right tool. If you want a CD player, buy an older pioneer changer (call crutchfield to get the specifics). I'd bet you lunch that you'll find the cable is already plugged into the back of your radio, and is pre-strung to the left (driver's) side of your trunk/hatch. If you pull up the fabric/cardboard and look around the side panel, you'll probably find it. That's the way my 94 900S is/was, and the pioneer is all the Saab changer is. Sorry to ramble.. -Jason "Bob" <uctraingNOSPAMnopsamanet.com> wrote in message news:lpqq4u00153fadi2k3grd4t874v746oqngnopsamcom... > On Tue, 22 Jan 2002 12:40:02 GMT, <milanihnopsamrs.com> wrote: > > >unfortuately not , however if you could find out where the car originally > >sold (original dealer) then they should have the code on file and chances > >are they will tell you . > > Call another dealer. Mine does that sort of stuff for free. It takes > no more than 2 minutes for them to get the numbers off the radio > and 5 minutes at most on the computer to look it up. > They do require that you visit a dealer for this to make sure that > you actually own the car. > > Bob

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