That mean the radio its asking for "the code" code that you could get sometimes in your owners manual. Some other manufacturers used to write that code ina small label indernead the astray,.. and in some cases you have to call the dealer where you got the car form,.. They should have that code in their files,.... P.S,.. Some europian cars have the code in the back of the stereo, wich you will have to take off in order to get it. Hope this hepls you,.. The Stig
It is likely to be the starter is not working.
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Most likely your car battery is completley dead.
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Diagnose your vw for any small faults.
It repairs a wrong, it does something that shows you are sorry for the wrong you caused
you have a magnetic starter on this vehicle, the starter is no good, you might try to hit it with a hammer to get it to start.
You have to finish the quiz. If you get the answer wrong you have to start again but don't worry, the questions never change.
she's in the radio tower answer the girl's questions all correctly if you get one wrong, you must start over
It can very well be the battery. Takes almost no amperage to operate a radio. I would suspect it is either the battery or the battery connections.
Turn the key to the ON position (do not start the car). Leave it that way for approx. one hour. Then the radio will go back to the CODE sequence. You will then need to enter the correct code to get the radio to work.
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If the radio fuse is fine and the speakers still do not work, perhaps the speakers are wired up wrong. Every speaker has an input and output wire. The wires may have been crossed or they are not connected to the radio. If the CD player works, but the radio will not, then the radio itself is bad.
He must have used the wrong code. You have to pull the stero get the serial # and cross it with the dealer to get the actual code for that radio. Then start over.
Obviously if it will not start, there IS something wrong with it.
Dont know who said the last comment but its completely wrong. Its the anti-theft protection on your radio you need the five digit security code from the dealer to unlock it.
someone hooked up the radio wrong...rewire... if its the original radio...haven't a clue.. Dave answer you have no constant live running to the memory pary of the radio all it takes is to change 2 wires over unfortunatly i forgot which 2 but any mechanic could advise
It is easy to unlock a Ford radio code if it shows 'TEN'. Turn the radio on so you see the 'TEN' message. Then hold the following buttons together: 'SELECT' and 'MAN'. Now you have ONE additional attempt to enter the code. Be careful because if you enter a wrong code the radio will show 'TEN+' and you will have to take it to a decoding specialist that will re-program the internal chip.
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Your battery is dead and you should probably take it to the repair shop and have them put it in for you. Couldn't it be the starter motor? The lights and radio come on, so there must be some juice and the battery.
You enter more than 10 times wrong code. Radio is locked.
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If you installed an aftermarket radio and had to change the wiring you have a wire in the wrong place.