you must re enter the security code for the radio to work
On the panel I think it says radio
How do you fix a ford radio that des plays tele
its fuses number 24 that says 'radio 5A"
radio says safe but cant put the code in
i have brought a car but the radio is showing safe mode and unfortunately i do not have a code are you able to supply the code radio is blaupunk 300 car is a vauxhall zafira 2002
My Manual is for a 04 and its says its under the dash on the drivers side second fuse down also for the cig,radio, power mirrors. Regards HHH
The interior fuse box: There are two fuses, The first is the one that says "Radio" 5amp and the second is one labeled "Chime" for some reason both seem to control the power to the radio.
Theres a spot that says "Radio" under the steering wheel with the rest of the fuses.
there is one under the dash that says radio
It's not broken, the power has been disconnected(flat battery, radio removed, blown fuse). Just do as the radio says, turn the key to the auxillary position, switch the radio on, wait 2 hrs and then enter the code.
There is a code inside the cover of the folder of books that came with the car and an instruction manual of how to put the code into the car
the power has been disconnected for too long of a time and the security system on your radio was activated. look in your owner's manual for a keycode to unlock it.
All of the fuses are located in your fuse panel under the dash. Try the one that says audio 10 amp.
IN THE SOUND SYSTEM MANUAL THERE WILL BE A 4 DIGIT CODE FOR YOUR STEREO YOU HAVE TO HOLD SCAN AND MODE AT THE SAME TIME UNTIL 1000 LIGHTS UP(DONT CONTINUE HOLDING) THEN USE STATIONS 1-4 TO INPUT YOUR RADIO CODE ONCE CODE IS SHOWN ON DISPLAY PRESS SCAN AND MODE BUTTONS AGAIN SAFE WILL COME BACK ON RELEASE BUTTONS AND FREQUENCY SHOULD DISPLAY. YOU NEED YOUR RADIO CODE ITS ANTI THEFT DEVICE.
it depends, it might be a fuse, or you might have to get a new code for it. if its a fuse, take out the back seat, the fuse is in the fuse box, next to the battery. it should have a card that says what each fuse is for. usually its fuse number 5.
Read the owners manual. Turn the key to the on position (not start) with the radio off. Wait 10 seconds. Press the "display" button on the radio and hold for 10 to 12 seconds. the radio display will light up . PRESS "display" and "1" to select functions. display i think is enter . read owners MANUAL. It's really simple. Turn the key on but not to start the engine. Make sure the radio is off and hit the "display" button for a couple of seconds, the big knob on the bottom on the left of your radio until the "settings" display shows. Hit the scan button to the right until "Tire pressure" comes up. Hit # 1 on your radio select buttons until it says "reset". Push the "display" button until you hear a "beep". Press the scan button a couple of times until it says "exit" then press "display". After it "beeps" you're all done. If you had an owners manual why would you ask for help.
check the one that's says acc. it sometimes the same of the radio or dome liths
Check for a blown fuse
It's the one that says 'room'. Might have an attacment on it so you can pull it up and leave it there. I've just had to find it too (to reset my radio). I found info that said leave it out for 15minutes to reset the fuse and hopefully the radio too.
Alvan McGee says, On your Camry there is a small compartment door,on the lower dash, to the left of the steering column.Open it and then squeeze the sides to remove it.Behind that,you find the 15 amp lighter/radio fuse with others in the array. Alvan McGee says, On your Camry there is a small compartment door,on the lower dash, to the left of the steering column.Open it and then squeeze the sides to remove it.Behind that,you find the 15 amp lighter/radio fuse with others in the array.
It was a trick. The 1999 Manual says it is located on the side of the driver seat base. The real fuse box is under the steering column. The radio fuse is second from the bottom on the left and is 20 Amp.
look to the right of the radio for a button that says clock. push it and your display shoulg show "set hour" or something similar. use the radio tuning knob to set the hour. push the button again for minutes and use the tuning to set them. if you have an older van there 2 small/tiny buttons to the right of the radio display screen. use a pen tip to push them. they are marked HH and MM.
Who is it who says "on" on heart
on my 95' explorer if you turn the radio off you can get the clock. also there is usually a button you press for "display" or says "clock".