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  1. Learn something new everyday switch on hold down TP for 10 seconds. would'nt have found it without this forum many thanks.Could'nt find how to do it in the radio manual that came with the car. Becker 1 type 4467 Serial no Y5026921 24/99 Try 6971 or 6973 Many thanks Loren as an update to help others those 2 codes didnt work but 6974 did Russ
  2. Learn something new everyday switch on hold down TP for 10 seconds. would'nt have found it without this forum many thanks.Could'nt find how to do it in the radio manual that came with the car. Becker 1 type 4467 Serial no Y5026921 24/99
  3. Is that your VIN or radio serial number? If it is your radio serial number then try 8893 or 8895 Hi Loren Many thanks for your prompt response. Thats my vin number ys604059 where would i find the serial number for the radio Russ
  4. Hi loren I had a misfire fault code on no 5, so replaced all the coils as some had cracks in . done a reset on the DME as per some article on another website to clear the CEL more than 20 sec but less than 50 and you wont lose the radio code, well guess what, i lost the radio code any chance of some of your magic please It has a cdr-22 radio. my vin is ys604059 model no 986 311 anything else you need to find it out many thanks in advance Russ UK
  5. Thats great thanks very much looks like i havent got them fitted then Russ
  6. Can anybody tell me what the spinlocks look like for a hardtop. i know where they are meant to be, but not sure what they look like. i have taken a pic of what i think is it, but not sure how to put it on this post . Many thanks in advance Russ
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