Clarion unlock codes

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Tom, Jun 1, 2004.

  1. Tom

    Tom Guest

    Tom, Jun 1, 2004
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  2. Tom

    Tom Guest

    P.S does anyone have any tips on how to remove an old clarion stereo?
    Mine has no handles just four holes in the corners. I've tried using
    the tape slot to pull on but can't seem to make the stereo move. Car is
    205 Zest (1.8D). Cheers.
     
    Tom, Jun 1, 2004
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    Roebear Guest

    you need to release the clips behind each of the 4 holes... your local motor
    world should sell you some release prongs for about £1 (maybe a bit more,
    but certainly not worth it)... alternatively make your our out of 2 bits of
    wire coat hanger bent into a V shape to release each side... or use 4 small
    screwdrivers. Once you have released it pull it out with the tape slot...

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    Regards

    Steve Roe
    Tel : 01384 866199
    Mob : 07980 296314
     
    Roebear, Jun 1, 2004
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    Tom Guest

    Thanks Steve, stereo removed but one problem, when pulling it out an
    orange coax style cable fell out on the right hand side of the unit. I
    can't replace it as it's not long enough to reach out of the mounting
    space.. any suggestions.

    Also to anyone who's interested the program failed to provide the right
    code for my model (PU-9469A). The code it generated involved the number
    6 but the stereo only allows digits between 1-5 to be entered.
     
    Tom, Jun 1, 2004
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    G.T Guest

    Hi,

    The same stuff for Blaupunkt units would be nice, as I wouldn't spend US$250
    in a software which I'd only use once...
     
    G.T, Jun 1, 2004
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    CB Guest

    Hi,

    The software performs a very simple calculation and works on only a few
    Clarion units. Please dont think it will decode all Clarions in Pugs as it
    won't. I wrote the software only as a freebie and it should be treated as
    such.

    WBR:Carl

    http://www.rampantapathy.co.uk/carradio.html

    http://www.rampantapathy.co.uk/downloads/utils/clarion_barcode_code_calc.zip
     
    CB, Jun 3, 2004
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