How do I get a Saab radio code?
Radio Codes can be provided by your local OSC. The radio needs to be removed from the vehicle to record the Model/PU and SERIAL numbers. That data is entered in a radio code look up database to retrieve the code. Once the code has been captured, write it down in a safe place.
How do I reset the code on my car radio?
Press the “Hour” button (or right arrow button) to set the first and second digits of the code. Release the button once the four-digit code is accurately displayed. Press the “Mode” button to lock in the code you set. Turn the stereo deck on by pressing the “Source” or “Power” button to complete the reset.
How to get the unlock code for the Saab radio?
Be able to calculate or produce the SAAB radio unlock code. Using the Unlock SAAB Radio Code Generator here is what you need to do: So open the Unlock SAAB Radio Code Generator once it is installed on your computer of choice. Then enter the serial number of the SAAB radio. You can find on the bottom or at the back side of the unit.
When did Saab start using the antitheft feature?
Saab began using the antitheft feature, around the 1990 and is still used in many Saab vehicles today! Saab radio code retrieval. 1998 and older only! We are unable retrieve any codes for Saab vehicle’s that are newer than 1998 and up! PU Number will have “PU” and numbers that follow. This number is found on top of the vehicles radio.
Where do I find the SABB radio code?
However, if you require assistance, try the links below: Found on top of vehicles radio. You must remove radio from vehicle in order to retrieve radio serial number. Found on top of vehicles radio. You will receive your radio unlock code, via email. Approximate code retrieval time is 30 minutes to 24 hours. After receiving requested information.
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