Date: Sat, 09 Feb 2002 21:39:34 -0500
From: Brian & Joan Smith <bsmithnopsamtenet.com>
Subject: Re: radio code


Generally True. If you haven't purchased yet - let the dealer handle it. Two u shaped pieces of coat hanger shoved in the two holes on each side of the radio will release the bracket and let you pull it out. The dealer then can take it to the Saab dealership and negotiate - hopefully they are on talking terms. Many dealers will do it for free if they know you are legit and will be dealing with them - my dealer is great, but still have to pay for most things - Oh darn. Good luck Brian Carl wrote: > I know this has been discussed often in the past BUT I am looking at a > used 98 900SE turbo and the dealer is not a Saab dealer...The battery > was pulled and therefore the radio code needs re-setting and it is not > known..of course they don't have the car manual. I was told by the > local Saab dealer that I have to pull the radio out ($25+) to get the > radio serial number and model number then they can get the code for the > radio to get it to work. True? > thanks > Carl

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