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radio code for daewoo nubira 2000

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radio code for daewoo nubira 2000
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Mauricio replied 8 years ago.



The audio security system is activated whenever the audio system circuit is disconnected from the battery. A four-digit security code must be entered in order for the audio system to be functional once again. The security code is stamped on a card located in the vehicle (usually in the glove box).


  1. With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, turn the radio ON . At this time, "CODE" will be shown on the radio display along with chime sounds.
  2. Enter the four-digit security number using the radio pre-set buttons 1 through 6, or 1 through 8 if equipped.
  3. After all four digits are entered, the digits will blink three times, and the radio will be functional.

Wrong Code
If the wrong code is entered, "ERR" will briefly appear on the display. After this, "CODE" will appear and the code entering procedure can be performed once again. If the correct code is not entered within 10 minutes , the radio should be disconnected from the battery to reset the audio system. After connecting the battery, repeat the code entering procedure.

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
it do not work . wot is the code ????????
Expert:  Mauricio replied 8 years ago.
You need to call the dealer and give then the vin number a registration card.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
i know thet or nmombers from 1111 to 6666