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raskie

Changing of Stereo

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Hi guys,

I understand for the 1997 Boxtser, we need to have the radio code to ensure get the radio working if we disconnect from the battery.

Quick question, if I was to change out the current stereo to a new headunit, will I still require the radio code ?

Thanks :P

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Hi guys,

I understand for the 1997 Boxtser, we need to have the radio code to ensure get the radio working if we disconnect from the battery.

Quick question, if I was to change out the current stereo to a new headunit, will I still require the radio code ?

Thanks :P

no - code is for the head unit itself

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However, if you plan on selling your stereo or keeping it for later when you sell/trade your Boxster you'll want to have the number to bring more value to it. Just write it on a piece of paper and tape it on the unit before you store/sell it.

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no - code is for the head unit itself

Thanks fasterjames ... now thinking ahead wat to change to ... B)

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no - code is for the head unit itself

Thanks fasterjames ... now thinking ahead wat to change to ... B)

Wow, you have a lot of reading to do, there are so many to choose from, I would get one with an auxilary input and a USB on the front panel though. Nice to add a MP3 player or thumb drive loaded with MP3's!

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