I have just bought a 97 GTV and its had its battery changed. The radio now wants the code, but after looking through all the paper work and service books I don't seem to have the code. It is a standard alfa radio. How do I get the code.
this may sound crazy (so probably is), but I seem to remember someone once telling me that you can put them in the fridge.
Given that it was probably in a pub sometime - and we know all about "pub physics", don't we boys and girls? - I don't know that I could recommend you totry this. Not, at least, whithout due diligence (i.e. googling for a few minutes).
With any other make I'd expect the dealer network to have the answer. But in this case...???!!!
I don't know what all this has done for car & car stereo theft, but there's no doubt it's good for raising owner's BP.
Anyone for casualty???
Write car radio code into google and it gives you several choices. Choose one ,type in your radio serial number and they tell you if they have the code for you. Pay your £10 and hey presto its in your E mail in box. Note though that it will be the code that it left the factory with, if its been changed its more difficult and often not worth it.I've done this several times and its worked every time.Hope this helps.