Once you get the radio serial # (on the back of the radio or in the glove compartment) and the vehicle VIN number, you can call Hyundai Customer Service (USA - 1-800-633-5151) or (Canada - 1-800-461-8242) and they can give you the 4 digit code needed to reset the radio. This is the process I took with my 1995 Hyundai Sonata.
what is code radio for Honda civic 95 ex.
yes take radio out and look on back for code
my code is 1564 for 95 Hyundai accentFromHyundai OwnerEach Hyundai will come with a card this card contains the code to you radio without this card the radio will not unlock because of the theft system.
All radio codes are different, contact a Honda dealer.
For many '95 Integras, to find the radio code without removing the radio, remove the slide-out ashtray and look for the sticker on the bottom of the ashtray; the five digit number is your radio code. Turn the radio on, enter the code, and you should be good to go.
You'll need to have access to the radio code. You enter it into the keypad on the face of the radio, when prompted. If you don't know your code, you'll have to get it from Mercedes-Benz. Sometimes you can find your code in your owners manual kit.
If you need the radio code to your Grundig Beta Radio from a VW Golf 95, you will have to contact your local dealer to look up that information. You will need the serial number, VWZ2Z2S8588230 and other identifying information such as the VIN number and the address and phone to which the car is registered.
If you are talking about the radio code, no, there is no default code. Any dealer can supply you with the code, if you supply them with the radio serial #. You will however have to remove the radio to see the serial #. I would look everywhere for that code before going to that trouble. It is a 5 digit code.
call the dealer they can give it to you or may charge a small fee
turn the radio off
Good luck with this, but try calling Hyundai customer service, but the code they gave me didn't work. You can temp. turn it on but holding 'BAND' while turning it on. Hope you figure it out.
When you hook the battery back up and turn on the radio, it will read code. Turn on the radio. If the display on the radio says "code", then enter the code using the preset buttons. If it doesn't say "code", try pressing the Mode button until 'code' appears. If you can't get 'code' to appear by pushing buttons, you might have to call your local Honda dealer. If you do not have the code, then you will need the serial # off the radio in order for a Honda dealer to supply the code, unless the original selling dealer has a record of the proper code stored. The car came with 2 little cards with the code listed on them.
Go to the Honda owners website and register your Accord. After registering and signing in look on the left side of the home page under Quick Links and click Retrieve Radio/Navi Code. Follow the instructions. http://owners.honda.com
Which Lloyds Bank has sort code 30-95-43
Not sure for the '95, but on the '99 it's under the dash to the left of the radio
This sort code belongs to Lloyds TSB Bank. The code is assigned to the Mildenhall branch.
yes its a car, whats the question?
just go on youtube type in code lyoko episode 95 in English this is how it is suppost to look like code lyoko episode 95 part 1 English
253000 is 100 percent. 253000/100 = 2530 is 1 percent. This value times 95 gives you the 95 percent. Solution: 240350