Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 11:55:21 GMT From: malcolm532nopsameja.com Subject: RE: Radio Code
In article <7u0vgh$jdd$1nopsamh.prod.itd.earthlink.net>, "J. Schneitman" <schneitmannopsamhlink.net> wrote: > Some how we have lost or had our manual for my 94 9000 cse stolen. Along > with the books etc. was the code for the radio. How do I go about getting > the code if and when battery is disconnected? > > Depends. I bought a 91 900 recently and had the same problem, All the books were missing and I couldn't ask the previous owner as they had passed away.... You could try: 1) The Saab dealer the car was originally purchased from, They may have records if the radio was a factory/dealer fitment. 2) Take the radio out and note the manufacturer and serial number and try and get in touch with them. Mine was a Saab radio made by Alpine. 3) Or like me, having no luck with the above, even though it was a Saab radio, take it to a specialist auto - electrical agent and get them to re-chip it. It costs about £30-£50. This is assuming that's legal where you live...... Good Luck Malcolm Scotland Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.