How to get a radio decode over the phone?
You can also call our radio experts on 01942 604333 to obtain your radio decode instantly over the phone with payment via credit or debit card. Our phone lines are available from 9am – 5:00pm (Mon – Fri). We also offer a free radio code lifetime code retrieval service, so if you ever misplace or lose your stereo code you don’t need to worry!
When do you get your radio code online?
You can always order online 24 hours a day, most of our radio codes are displayed instantly after purchase. Phone Lines Back Open in the morning at 9:00am. Email is still available. The UK’s No.1 Radio Code Company, Unlock Yours Today.
What to do if you lose your radio code?
We also offer a free radio code lifetime code retrieval service, so if you ever misplace or lose your stereo code you don’t need to worry! The code we provide is the original code for the radio supplied when the vehicle was first manufactured.
Where do I find the radio unlock code?
In order to obtain your radio unlock code, you need to find your radio’s serial number. You can get the radio serial number directly from your radio. Step 1: Turn on the ignition. Turn the key to “accessory” mode or “on” mode.
When did they start using 10 radio codes?
They were later expanded in 1974 by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials-International (APCO). They are especially popular among law enforcement officials including municipal and provincial police, as well as the RCMP. Below you will find a list of common 10-radio codes so you too, can talk like an expert.
Is there a way to reset the radio code?
Depending on the type of radio you own, they might be able to reset the stereo code for you. Once you’ve received the security code, it’s relatively easy to enter the code to disable the security function. Most of the time, the code is adjusted by turning the volume or tuner knobs, or preset buttons.
What happens when you fail to enter your radio code?
If you have activated the Theft-Deterrent feature of your radio and loose power, the radio goes into LOC (theftlock) mode. With the ignition on, you must use the MN and HR buttons to enter your personal code in order to unlock it. If you fail to enter the correct code eight (8) times, the radio goes into INOP mode.
What are the common radio codes for out of service?
COMMON RADIO CODES Code Description 10-01 Reception is poor 10-02 Reception is good 10-03 Stop transmitting/Change channels 10-04 Message received 10-05 Relay message 10-06 Busy, (Out on call) 10-07 Out of service, Leaving air 10-08 In service/available for assignment 10-09 Repeat last transmission 10-10 Out of service – radio on