Lost the code for your Ford radio? Quick online service available, have your radio running normally in minutes.
Lost the code for your Ford radio? Quick online service available, have your radio running normally in minutes. Ford car radio codes are one of the most popular items on our site. You can have your radio back to normal within minutes and for just under a tenner.
We have started to add the Philips range of radios to our automated Instant Radio Code service
With the exception of the Renault radios, most of the Philips models will rely on you being able to identify the 14 digit serial number engraved on the side of the metal chassis. In some cases, this is very faint and can be difficult to see in poor light.
What you’ll need
DIN tool or
Radio removal key
Removing your car stereo is an easy job and doesn’t require an expensive trip to the dealers as many people think. To determine which tool you require to remove your stereo please refer to the manufacturers manual.
Removing your car radio using a D.I.N tool
din removal tool
Turn off your ignition and remove the key. Disconnect the negative terminal wire from your vehicles battery as a safety precaution.
Remove the trim from around the stereo and locate 2 or 4 holes in the corners
Insert your DIN tool into the holes and push them outwards, the stereo should then be released with a click and allow you to slide it out. Now you should be-able to locate the serial number at the side of the radio.
If your car stereo needs to be completely removed then simply remove the plastic wiring harness at the back of the stereo and the aerial antenna.
Removing your car radio with a radio removal key
radio/stereo removal key
Turn off your ignition and remove the key. Disconnect the negative terminal wire from your car’s battery as a safety precaution.
Remove the trim from around the stereo and locate 2 or 4 slats in the corners of the radio.
Insert a set of removal keys into each slat, you should hear a click, the keys are now locked in place and your radio is ready to be removed.
You should now be-able to obtain the serial number from the side of the radio, to completely remove the radio, remove the plastic wiring harness at the back of the stereo and the aerial antenna.
If you have lost or misplaced your Blaupunkt car stereo security code number then we can certainly help you to recover it. All of the numbers you will need to use our decoding services can be found on the label on the side of your radio. First of all, you will need to correctly identify your own Blaupunkt model number and this is often the name of a town or city. The Blaupunkt label will also show a part number that is 10 digits long, usually starting with the number 7. With this information from your own radio, you can then have a look on the Blaupunkt Radio Decode section of our website where instructions can be found with regards to recovering your code number. Click here to access the Blaupunkt radio decode service