• First remove the radio from the car. Our should help with this.
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• Locate the serial number, using the below as a guide • Enter the serial number into the Audi radio code search Once you receive the code, you can use our section to assist you with entering the code. Radio Manufacturers Covered • Philips • Grundig Audi Serial Number's Audi car radios will normally contain a 14 digit serial number which can be found either printed on a label or engraved on the side of the unit. These serials are only visible once the Audi radio has been removed from the vehicle. Examples of serials include: • AUZ2Z3T1803555 • AUZ6Z2A8031856 • AUZ2Z3T1699241 • AUZ2Z3V2096216. Further information on decoding your Audi car radio. Using our Audi stereo decoding system, you are not only saving money, but also time and the hassle which is involved. Most vehicle main dealers require you to book in your vehicle and take the car and proof of ownership along before they apply for the radio code.
Usually the code will be based on your vehicle registration or Chassis number which can mean you are not getting the code for the current unit fitted to the car, especially if the radio has been replaced at any stage in its lifetime. There are a number of reasons why a radio code based on the vehicles chassis number or registration may not work, these include: • The radio was changed under manufacturer warranty. • The car radio was changed for an improved model, i.e. Tape to CD player. • A used car dealer changed the head unit at time of sale on request.
At Radio-Code, we provide stereo codes based on the unique serial number of the car radio, regardless of what it was fitted to originally. Our stereo codes have proven to be more accurate than main dealer's because of this. What our customers have to say.
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However, decoders can assist in trying to determine the build date. Japanese Domestic Market chassis numbers are sequential only and don't correspond to provide build information like the international 17 digit VIN Decoders. These decoders are the 'best available information'. Because Japanese manufacturers don't make build date information for individual vehicles readily available the results of these decoders can't easily be verified in Japan. Importers requiring build date information for individual vehicles should seek validation of these results from their own sources. Another clue to the approximate build date is the seat belt label. Japanese Domestic Market vehicles have the manufacture date of the seat belt on the seat belt label.