I think that disconnecting battery can help you. Of course, you need security code (like PIN-code) after connecting battery again and turning radio on.
i have the codes but am unable to enter them the radio displays SAFE also try disconnecting the battery
If the radio has a security code you will have to insert the code for the radio to work.
Radio presets and the clock. That is all.
Try turning on the ignition, turning on the stereo, and waiting for one hour (don't touch any buttons). After one hour "SAFE" mode should deactivate and you can enter the code. Try disconnecting the battery and the re-connect. I have an '09 which came from the dealer in SAFE 2 mode. The service dept was closed and no one knew how to fix. I tried the method mentioned above and it did not work. Disconnecting the battery and re-connecting did work however.........I didn't even have to enter the radio code.
You need to enter the code into the radio.
go to your nearest Vauxhall company and get a code they'll give you to type into the radio bit. most places can do this for free.
Try disconnecting the battery. Make sure you have the security code for your radio first.
You probably need a code to enter into the radio presets as it is a security radio. Without the code it will not function.
try disconnecting th battery and trying again The way to get back into your radio to set the correct code is:- press and hold the band button until the wrong number dissapears and "code" is displayed then enter the correct code to unlock the radio. what is the code???????????????????????
Try disconnecting the negative battery wire, leave it off for ~5 minutes, then reconnect. Start the engine. The radio should read "CODE". Using the station preset buttons (1 through 6) enter your code. Then turn the radio on. Works for my '93 Prelude; hope this helps you!
you will have to pull your radio out of the dash to be able to look at the model number and/or serial number of your radio. Call a local Pontiac dealer and they can give you a code to enter when you turn your radio on after changing your battery.
1) Disconnect the battery which will cause the radio to go into lock mode. 2) Reconnect the battery 3) Switch on the radio - you should have a blank display 4) Use the preset buttons (1-6) to enter the 4 digit security code You have a limited number of attempts to enter the code (3 I think) before the radio locks you out
In your owners manual, there should be a radio code & how to enter it.
Plug a booster pack or car charger with a power point adapter into the power point (cigarette lighter) of you vehicle before disconnecting the battery. This will keep power to your radio and security system. The bonus is it will even save you radio presets.
No. They simply won't run.
just disconnect the battery for a couple of minutes
In the engine compartment , on the drivers side , by the brake fluid reservoir ( Ford recommends disconnecting your battery cables before servicing anything in the PD BOX , although some people have problems BESIDES resetting the preset radio stations and relearning the idle after disconnecting the battery cables )
A memory saver should be installed prior to disconnecting the battery from a vehicle so all of the personalized settings of the car owner will be saved. If this is not done, all radio stations as well as security codes for radio theft program and car alarm will have to be reset. many car owners do not have these codes and have to contact the dealership to gain access to them once they are cleared from the system.
It is a complicated process to reset the radio in your Hyundai Sonata after changing the car battery. First you must have the access key. Enter the access key at the prompt and follow the instructions that will be shown on your radio screen.
There is no way to disable the theftlock really. You can google it, and find out the password for your radio, and then change your battery, and then enter the code.
If the battery was disconnected during the repair you may need to contact the dealer for the radio code and procedure to enter the code.
No, except on some vehicles you must enter a code in the radio in order for it to work.
A Hard Reset on a Factory installed Sirius Radio is basically, Disconnecting the battery and reconnecting / should be able to get audio on 184/ then send another Activations signal
Yes. If you are impatient, you can reset it by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes or longer then reconnecting it. You will also lose the presets on your radio. --Ken