Get a NOCO "Settings Keeper" from Walmart in the automotive section next to the car batteries.
You have 1992 VW Jetta with Heidelberg radio how do you enter radio code
No I can't answer this, but I have the same question. The battery has been diconnected and the reset code is doing nothing. The 2003 TDI Jetta does not have an option to use the radio speakers for a phone... so what's up?
you need to reprogram your radio when the battery has been disconnected - see owners manual
The radio doesn't have a battery. It uses the vehicle electrical system / battery. If the power to the radio is interrupted, you will have to reenter the presets. Make sure the fuses for the radio are not blown.
Anytime a battery cable is removed from the battery the radio will need to have the clock reset and the radio stations re-programmed. (Helpfull)
you have to enter the 4 digit safe code found in your owners manual
The fusebox for the Jetta is on the left side of the dashboard. Fuse #42 is for the radio, radio also has fuses of its own on the back of the radio itself.
Ok, If i remember right. when you pull the radio out of the dash with the VW Key, The fuse should be on the back of the Radio. Hope This Helps
i believe you can but just make sure the radio is the same model and the one your taking out
What model corolla?
Check the owner's manual, or go to the dealer. These will be your only resources. strangley enough after i did the power window reset my radio turned right on.
It seems like your radio is damaged. You can try to reset the system by taking out the battery, if the radio is in your car.
Get a "Settings Keeper" <NOCO brand from Walmart in the automotive section by the car batteries>. Follow directions...basically, you plug a 9-volt battery into the cigarette lighter and that supplies power to keep the computer, radio, etc. settings while you change the battery. The "little electrical box" on top of the battery is not involved at all in replacing the battery!
Depends on the vehicle you're asking about which you did not list.
the radio code is on the back of the radio. take the radio out and you can see it.
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.
The sudden change of battery will take some time to ajust to. best thing to do is get a new radio! or you can wait for your old one to work.
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
The radio amp on a 99 VW Jetta is located under the driver side dash. It is in the fuse number 42 slot.
Set the clock and radio presets.Set the clock and radio presets.
"When you go to change the radio in a 2001 Jetta with a Monsoon system is ther anyway to keep the 6 disc CD changer and add a new head unit with subs and new speakers?"
I meant to ask was the radio unlock code, after battery change
A battery is a source for electricity. A flashlight and a radio are not a source for electricity.
To unlock the radio, there are many different codes. I just put a 2008 radio in my 2006 VW Jetta. Had to call the dealer to get the code. They need your VIN from the current car and the Serial number off the radio. My code was 0185, try that.