Dear Daewoo owner,
You will have to get the code, you may be able to go to a GM dealership or you may find them on the internet. I run into this problem all the time at my shop if you cannot get GM to do it or find a list of codes contact me and I will email you a copy of the code list.
Radio Codes: 4316 2152 4513 4362 1156 2145 3451 6361 5624 5241 3346 1165 3241 4524 5436
I don't know if those codes work or not--
It's only a 4 digit code with 1-6 as your options--so theres not THAT many variations :) Might sound like a lot but I just started at the top... 1111---1112--1113--1114---1115---1116----1121--- etc
Took me about 15 minutes to get up to 4516 which worked for me
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.
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
You can reset the computer in your H2 Hummer by disconnecting the ground cable from the battery. Leaves the battery cable disconnected for 10 seconds, and reconnect.
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.
you can usually reset those by disconnecting the car battery for 15sec or so.
the easiest way to do this is by disconnecting the battery for about 3 minutes and connect it back. Make sure you have the radio code before doing this because after the radio resets it will ask for the code. This method will also reset the GPS in the car and the GPS will also ask for the code to turn on.
Unhook the car battery.
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.
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.
I have an e320 (98). To access the battery remove the rear seat cushion. If you are disconnecting the battery make sure you put a 12 volt source between the cables. If you don't your radio will be locked up and you will have to go to a dealer to get the code reset.
Yes, just replace the battery. It will not harm the computer (ECU) and you will only have to reset the radio presets and the clock.
Contact the dealer who sold the car when new, and they may have the code on file. Otherwise you will have to remove the radio and write down the serial #. With this number and proof of ownership, any Acura dealer can provide the code.
In many cars disconnecting the battery from the car and then reconnecting it after a lengthy period of time 20+ minutes will in many cases reset the computer in the car. However some things in the computer are hard coded so even removing the battery will not reset them. Car service / dealers can usually reset most bits of the car as they have specialist software and computers that they can plug into the car.
Disconnect the negative cable first when disconnecting a car battery
will not turn on with code provided after battery change
try many things, but the only thing that work for my car (03 tahoe) is disconnecting car battery for 5 min. you need to replace the rfa battery first.
i've read that you have to leave the key on accessory for an hour or so, you can try disconnecting the battery also , lemme know if this helps as i also have the same car but i don't have the code! :c
Clock & radio presets. Possibly the radio security code if the car is equipped with a security system on the radio.
No, except on some vehicles you must enter a code in the radio in order for it to work.
Disconnecting the battery is what resets the computer on this model year. Try disconnecting the Pos battery cable for 15 minutes. If the problem presists after connecting the battery up again, you have a problem with Idle Air Control, EGR Valve, etc.
no. you might have to reset the clock and radio.
Unpluging the battery from any car newer that 1995 will reset the radio, clock, the OBC or as many people know it as the computer. It will also reset the engine codes to zero.
When a car is being inspected, it cannot have the airbag light on. The light can be reset by an OBDii scanner, that will clear the code causing the problem or by disconnecting the battery for 30+ minutes.
You need an OBD scanner to diagnose faults and reset the lights. You can try disconnecting the car battery and reconnect after 10 ton15 minutes and it may do the trick