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  1. Try 1096 or 1094 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST Loren, Thanks, it worked on the first try. Scott Stieber
  2. Hi, Loren. I'm going to install the pnp rear speakers and i'm reasy to go just need one more thing, the radio code: CDR220 Becker "1" Type:4462 Serial # X5038201 cd: cdp2081. 2000 Box "S" Thanks, Scott Stieber
  3. My CEL went on the other day and it was the very common 1128/1130 fuel air mix codes. I have an OBD-II Scanner and i got the codes and cleared them. It has been almost 500 miles driven mostly to see if the codes come back (you know this has to be done) and they have not. Should i clean/replace the MAF and other things while i am in there or just leave well enough alone, and go in during the winter while it is stored. i know how these cars can be So everyone "if it ain't broke"? or leave it alone and wait?
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