You need to go to your local Volvo dealer to get the radio codes. Just unplug the entire radio/cd or cassette player and take it into the dealer. They can look up the radio id #'s and give you the unlock code
To remove the original cassette player from a 2001 Honda Civic loosen all of the mounting screws to the center console. Remove the screws and any clips. Pull of the center console to reach the bracket for the radio. Remove the mounting screws off of the bracket. Pull out and disconnect the radio.
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a piece of equipment that contains both a radio and a cassette player
Go see the VW dealer. They have special tools.
To remove the cassette player from a 1994 Holden Apollo to install a CD player, the first step is to remove the knobs for the radio. They should just pull off. Then locate the screws holding the radio cover. This might require an Allen wrench. Remove the radio, unhook the antenna and speaker wires and then install the CD player.
You are probably going to have to remove the radio and take the top off to gain access to the tape. It has probably broken and the tape is fouled.
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Remove the radio and bring it to your GM (except Saturn and Saab) dealer parts department for exchange.
There are 2 vertical slots at the bottom of the radio _l____l_ just push in and handles will pop out, then simply pull the radio out.
Yes most portable cassette players get radio and also record as well
prise out the plastic surround and unscrew the cassette/radio.
Well remove the radio and there is a master reset on the radio. But if you just remove the positive terminal from the battery it should reset it. And you don't have to remove the radio to do that
No but you could replace the stereo with a radio/cassette or just add a cassette deck mounted next to it.
do you have radio codes for a 1999 volvo s80
No. Nothing that has a cassette player in it is an antique. It's a new radio styled like an old one.
All cassette's are the same size no matter what car they are in. The radio surrounding the cassette may be a different size but not the cassette which is 4 "x 2" x .15".
The code is unique to each radio. Volvo dealerships can provide you with the correct code for your radio.
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
Under the radio. Behind the ash tray. Remove the ash tray, remove a plastic enclosure, and you will see the fuses
I just did this successfully using adapters and a short cable, all bought from Radio Shack. I just fed the output from the earphone jack on the microcassette recorder into the microphone jack on my cassette recorder.
Yes, they all have radio as a part of the player.
YOU simply shut off the power switch to the radio and then turn off the ignition switch and when you restart the truck it should come out as long as the radio power is off