grab a wire coat hanger, and cut it into two "U" shaped pieces to pop out to radio with (they go in the holes on either side, and the radio should just slide out).Does anyone know the method to calculate your radio code from your serial numbers? I just got a used Saab 900, and need to enter the radio code but the former owner did not have it.
Not really, it is almost certainly the original Clarion unit, he seems to have an NG900 but it is still Clarion (the 9-3 however carries an identical looking unit, that is completely different, not interchangeable and made by Pioneer :lolSeems like a rather self-defeating idea to print the anti-theft code on the radio itself...
I'd guess a rather relevant detail is the brand of radio...?
Over here, there was no standard-fit unit in c900s (I seem to recall the dealer-fit head unit in my mother's brand new c900 was a Philips), and there's nothing shown in EPC, so whatever was put in as "standard" was almost certainly something installed locally by the importer or dealer.Not really, it is almost certainly the original Clarion unit
Ah, didn't notice that.he seems to have an NG900
Lots of people have also replaced head units over the last 20 years - something to do with little silver beermats... <grin>Lots of people write the code in on the top by this point in time...
Right now I am using a floppy disk as a coaster for my glass here, it says "COREL DRAW 5 | DISK 10" :lol::lol::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:
I have one labeled "Netscape", It might be a good Frisbee if not a mat.