If the car battery at any point got disconnected for charging etc the stereo will automatically go into a shut down mode where a password will need to be put into the stereo to reset it if you haven't got that password you'd have to consult your nearest dealer to reset stereo to factory setting for you or just buy a second hand one. But of the stereo wont turn on at all then its probably a fuse/relay blown
hope this helps worked for mine lol
The battery is probably dead. Get somone to give you a boost. The battery is probably dead. Get somone to give you a boost.
take and write down the serial number and model number on top of the stereo,and then call a Saturn dealer tell them your battery went dead and now its asking for a code give them the serial# and model# and they will give you a code for the stereo
your battery is probably dead...., if when you turn the key and nothing happens at all...your battery is probably dead... Solution: Well, it turns out it was my ignition switch. That was my first guess. Im glad i went with it.
You do not have to reset the fuel pump just because the battery went dead.
There are several reasons why a 2001 Honda Accord won't turn over. The battery could be dead or the starter may of went out.
Check your battery terminals, when it has enough power to run the starter, then suddenly not its probably a loose or corroded battery connection.
You need a new battery.
Check the battery cables. Make sure they are not loose.
Your theft lock system was tripped when your battery died. ( it happens because it thinks that it was removed from your vehicle) research google and you can find the unlocking steps. You most likely need to take it into a dealer and have them reset it
A charging system failure. You drove it on battery power only and it eventually went dead.
my Opal meriva radio will not work once I have put the code in it was switched off when it went dead
alternator went dead so did the battery or its locked up