VW Jetta Stereo SAFE MODE???? how do I turn this off?

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Anonymous
 
Okay, I have a '99 Jetta. I got the code for the car, and when I put it in, and held the right track button, it still came up to safe. I don't understand what is going on.
 

flower
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Hello, I have a 99 vw beetle. When I bought it the sound was perfect (with the manufacturer's stereo) and eventually it started to sound really crappy, specially w/ the bass. I thought about getting a new stereo, but they told me that to install it (supposedly a "free installation") they would charge me 120 dlls. as they have to rewire the car because my original speakers won't work with the new stereo as they are hooked up to the amp. Does anyone know what to do? It does not make any sense to get new speakers *and* a new stereo. Is there anything that can be done to either fix this stereo or install a new one?
 

kodiak
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I have a 98 Jetta -- I never changed the code so it should be the original factory installed # -- but I can't even remember what that is -- Is there any place where I can get that number without paying through the nose?
 

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Does anyone have the 2001 cabrio password? I bought the car used a few months ago and just recently replaced the battery causing the stereo to go in safe mode. Unfortunately I have no car manual so I don't have the password. Any help would be much appreciated!!!
 

Ashley :-)
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Hello Everyone,
I just want someone's opinion:
***Is it cheaper to just replace the stock radio with a different radio from Circuit City?**** Because my radio is in Safe Mode, but I don't have a CD player. Can't I just replace the old radio and buy a radio that has a CD Player/Radio included?
 

Gold Member
Username: Carguy

Post Number: 5043
Registered: Nov-04
Ashley, there is no standard code for your radio. If that were the case, the thieves would steal them and use it. Every radio/model has different code.
Personally it doesn't make any sense since they are cheap radios.
If your stock radio doesn't have cd player built in, I'd spend the money on a new unit. Yes you can buy a new radio to replace your old one. You will need a wiring harness to match your car with the new radio. In the end, you'll be much happier with it.
As for the cost, it could be a wash, or a bit higher. You can't really compare stock radio with after market units. Remember, most of the stock items cost $5 - $25, whereas, after market items range $100+ (much better quality).
 

Gold Member
Username: Carguy

Post Number: 5044
Registered: Nov-04
By the way, your happy face does stand out from the post list. Probably why you get answered.
 

Jenilee
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Hi there -
I just bought a 1998 VW Passat. My stereo is in safe mode... my boyfriend said that his mom's old Jetta used to go into safe mode and they found the number underneath the interior of the trunk (on the door). Have any of you heard of this? Before I go peeling my door away??

Thanks!! :-)
 

Ashley :-)
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Hi Jenilee,

I actually heard of that...and for some people the code is in the trunk under tire well. I think that you should check to make sure that the code is there ...it's better that you know that it's there then to pay money to have VW get the code for you.

Isaac....thank you I will take your advice :-)
 

ozi
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Hi everybody,
We have a Volkswagen passat 98 V6. Recently, we had our battery changed. So, as you can imagine, there was Safe 1000 sign on our radio.
After reading this forum, I checked my owners manual, but could not find anything over there. However, I was able to find Sound System manual:-)
Our code no is 1762. (I am not sure if it is a generic number for all 98 passats or not)

and here is the instructions to enter - from the manual:
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Perform the steps in exactly the following order:
1. Turn on the Radio. "Safe" will appear in the display.
2. After 3 seconds, the number "1000" will appear in the display.
3. Use the radio station preset buttons 1 to 4 to enter the code number found on your Radio Card. (which was in the first page of Sound manual :-) )
Use preset button 1 to enter the first digit in the code number. Use button 2 to enter the second digit, etc. The value range for each of the 4 digits is "0-9". The digit will increase by 1 each time you tap the preset button. The number returns to "0" after 9".
4. After you finish entering the code, press the right side (">") of the SEEK button for longer than 2 seconds until you hear an audible signal.
5. If you have entered the code number corectly, "LSM" wll appear in the display. (I just was the radio channel indicator and then everything was working as usual).

If you enter the wrong code by mistake:


If you've accidnetally entered a wrong code number, "SAFE" will appear in the display. Initially it'll flash, then stay on.

You can repat the procedure again one time.
(So, 2 attempts then 1 hour locked)
If the wrong code number is entered again, the unit will be disabled for about 1 hour. Leave the unit on and the key in the ignition swithch for this hour.

At the beginnin of the manual, as other said, it states that dealership will help you free of charge. (apparently, they don't)

I hope this helps everybody.
Good luck.
 

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i just bought a 1996 cabrio, and suprise, i can't get it outb of safe.. i went to dealer and got the pin, he told me to leave car in auxilary (sp) mode for an hour, then 1000 would appear and i could enter code, this didn't work, i tried several times, then i called my friend w/ a vw dealership and he had me press all sorts of combos..nothing works, he also said he never sells a car without fixing this for his customer, it seems ridiculous to me that web all have to go through this and then who know if the thing even works
i feel stupid that i didn't demand an owner's manual and to hear the stereo before buying car as music is extremeley important,
anyway, what if i just went to best buy or something and bought a stereo? would it cost a lot for them to take out and rewire this crappy one... anyone have advice, im still trying...
thanks!!
 

Lee in RI
Unregistered guest
Hey everyone...I have been going nuts all day since replacing the battery in my 1996 Passat. I has been locked in SAFE mode but I did have the code. THIS WORKED FOR ME!!!

The method to reset the radio is to press the SEEK and the <SCAN buttons simultaneously. This brings up 1000 on the display. Then you set the code.

Then press the SEEK and the <SCAN buttons simultaneously

The radio should turn on... Good luck! I hope that it works for you!

 

J4ia
Unregistered guest
This is just funny!

For the last week Ive been trying to figure out how to turn this safe mode off. I had the Operators Manual, but unfortunately the radio card was cut out. Using this forum I was able to get my radio out (just used the 4 nails method) and learned where to go from there (retrieving the serial no. and calling the dealer). The dealer told me to bring the car there, and when I did he said its a flat 30$ fee. However, he couldnt help me this morning so he scheduled me for Monday morning. Good thing too, because when I got home I decided to take one more look around, and I was surprised to find another Operators Manual. This one was in both english and spanish, as opposed to the other manual which was english only. The pages were kind of stuck together and as I peeled them apart, I was quite surprised to find the radio card of that manual still there. So I ran out to my car and tried the code (I knew exactly how to enter it due to this forum). And it worked.

Just thought that was a funny story.
 

Jenilee
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Okay people - I'm going to respond to about 5 of you at once.

First off: Stereo codes ARE written in the trunk and in wheel wells, but ONLY on cars that were taken to a dealer at one point to have the code put in. For instance: my boyfriend's mother had a jetta. She had the code in her trunk because the dealer put it there.

Second: You should NEVER have to pay for your code at ANY dealer. If they tell you you have to, they are LYING to you. It is written explicently in the manual that if you need your code, you can go to ANY VW dealers and get it, free of charge. Do NOT be had by this.

Third: The person with the 1998 Passat who can't get their car to go out of SAFE LOCKED so that they can put their code it: you must turn your ignition to the point where you can't go any further without turning your car on. LEAVE YOUR STEREO ON. You MUST leave it this way for an hour. DONT FOOL AROUND WITH IT BEFORE THEN. Im' not sure about other models, but you should pull up your emergency brake so that your lights turn off... don't want to run out of battery again.

HOPE THAT HELPS!!!
 

Icex48x
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Hi, i have a 1996 VW jetta GL and the radio is in safe mode, the first dealer wanted 75$ to give me the code, so i looked around and found a dealership who said if i could get the code on the back of the radio he would give me the code to get it out of safe mode, only problem is i cant get the darn radio out, anyone have any tips?
 

icex48x
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Sorry, but dont see a place to edit, i finaly got out my radio but when i called the dealer they said that that the serial number for the stereo didnt match the vin number to my car.. and that there was nothing he could do, so im guessing its not a stock radio. someone changed it? any idea's on where this code might be, its not in my owners manual, i looked in the trunk but not really to sure where to look?
also one more thing, when i try to enter the code it wont let me change the first number it stays at 1, does that mean the code starts with 1 or is it like a hidden password type thing, if anyone has any ideas please please help
 

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Username: Ps1k0

Post Number: 230
Registered: Aug-04
I have an idea.

Goto your local car stereo dealership of choice (circuit city, best buy, walmart, k-mart, or the other numerous local shop) and get a new radio.

It's less aggrivation and will make you feel good to have something new to look at in your dash instead of that wretched stock radio.
Your eyes and ears will thank you.
 

Bruno D.
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I have a Golf 94,

I found a nearby radio specialist, had some instructions, but I decided to double-check on the internet, thought I might be lucky. Well SURPRISE!! Thanks to this forum and the internet, found the exact information (even more precise than what that guy told me).

Followed the instructions given by Gene, and it worked like a charm:
- turn radio on
- press Mode + Scan and hold
- enter four digit code using numbers 1 to 4 by pressing repeatedly until you reach the appropriate numbers
- press Mode + Scan and hold again to finalize until you see "Scan" appear again and then the radio unfreezes (a radio station started playing).

But follow Gene's instruction thoroughly not mine, just confirming the steps :-)

Oh and just one note, my code starts with a zero (0). You can't enter 0 as the first number, you have a choice of 1 or nothing (blank). Just put blank if you have 0 like me, it works.
 

Jennifer Murray
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Hey There guys, Im in the same boat. I have a 2002 Audi TT and the safe lock is on... it happens every time my battery dies. Luckily though, I know how to fix it. If you have your code: you push the "as" and "ads" buttons(at the same time)until the # 1000 comes onto the screen. Then you first enter the # "0" and then continue to enter your code. Then press the "as" and "ads" buttons together again and you should be all set. If you dont have the code: dont bust up your stereo, bring it in the a dealership and they can do it in 2 minutes! Good luck...
 

Unregistered guest
I have a jetta 94, my stereo was in safe mode, but once my battery dead a when a used a new one, my car stereo was tataly dead, a it does nothing, who can help me? what can i do?

also I need de code number to unlock it,
I hope somebody could helpme, my email is
el_cuahtemoc@hotmail.com
 

97passat
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Found out Premium III radio in Safe mode is not original to the 97 Passat, it was replaced by the previous owner. Went to Dealer with VIN & Radio #, both do not match up. Do codes exist for just the radio # alone? Where do I go from here? Just want to resell car without having to buy a new radio.
 

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hi guys i had a 94 golf an my stereo has the safe mode,and i dont know how to get de code to unlock the radio jeje please help me!!! im form Mexicali Mexico forgive mi bad english ja
 

av8ur
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We have a 2001 Jetta, replaced the battery and the radio was in SAFE mode. It came up with 1000 automatically. No Owners Manual.

In reading the above entries, here's how I fixed it. Pulled up the spare tire deck, and along the left side of the spare tire, there is a sticker with a VWZ# and right below that # is a 4 digit number. Then I followed these steps.

Perform the steps in exactly the following order:
1. Turn on the Radio. "Safe" will appear in the display.
2. After 3 seconds, the number "1000" will appear in the display.
3. Use the radio station preset buttons 1 to 4 to enter the code number found on your Radio Card. (which was in the first page of Sound manual :-) )
Use preset button 1 to enter the first digit in the code number. Use button 2 to enter the second digit, etc. The value range for each of the 4 digits is "0-9". The digit will increase by 1 each time you tap the preset button. The number returns to "0" after 9".
4. After you finish entering the code, press the right side (">") of the SEEK button for longer than 2 seconds until you hear an audible signal.
5. After the audible, Monsoon displayed on the screen and ouila!, the Sounds of Music.

Good luck and thanks to all that submitted help.
Probably would have cost an arm and leg.
 

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Hi I have a 96 Passat GLX VR6 and I have the same problem as most on this forum with the radio. I have been able to get the 6 disc cdchanger/radio to display "1000" by pressing the correct buttons, but I have no code to enter into the the stereo. I have cheaked the trunk and no green stick paper with the code, nothing in the manual either. SO if anyone out there has the same vehicle as me and is willing to give the proper code if they have it, then PLEASE I beg you e-mail it to me!!! Thank for any help you can offer.
 

Anonymous
 
The code for my 1996 Jetta GLS preimium stereo (w/ the 6 CD changer) is 0197.

To try the code...
1) Power the radio on... you should see "Safe" on the screen.
2) Simultaneously hold down the "mode", "scan", and "mix" buttons for three seconds.
3) If the key-combo works, you should see "1000" apear.
4) Use the "1", "2", "3", and "4" keys to enter the code.
5) Simultaneously hold the down the "mode", "scan", and "mix" buttons until the code disappears and the radio works.
6) If not, try again.

IMPORTANT: You have three tries to get the code right. After that the third attempt the radio locks and only a dealer can unlock it for you.
 

lmpb
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Make sure you guys check over the radio. You might get lucky like I did. On my 96 Jetta the radio code was written on the top cover in felt tip pen.

Also, for those having trouble getting the radio out, in the lawn and garden section of hardware stores they have "u" shaped stakes that hold drip system hoses to the ground. Get two of them and push each one through the two holes on both sides of the radio about a 1/2" and spread. They release all four latches at once and give enough grip to pull the unit.
 

SuperJay
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For my 99 Golf Wolfsburg (w/ 6-disc CD stacker in the hatch), I followed JLY's above post (Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2005 - 06:04 pm) and it worked 100%! Thanks!

-Jay
 

hdc
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the same story as everyone else...... battery went and so did my tunes.. It doesnt even come up SAFE, the card with the code on it, was ripped out of the manuel.. I have a 2001 Bettle. I have tried all your suggestions.... no luck! Please help me. I am going to call the dealer and tell them the manuel says they will give it to you for free. But if this does not help, maybe someone here can help
 

Swellwave
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Anyone have the code for 1996 Passat GLX station wagon stereo with CD changer? SEEK + <SCAN = 1000 but I have NO CODE.

After the storm it's hard to get anything done around here in MS. Thanx in advance.
 

New member
Username: Sincereone12

VA

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jan-06
I have a 95 Jetta and the quickest answer to any of your questions if you DON'T have your code to your stereo unit is to simply buy the small tools at any Auto parts store (for Jettas would be the same as any ford tools) and take the unit out. OR you could be thrifty and get 4 nails that are at least a 1/2 in. long and place them securely in the four little holes on the corners of the stereo unit and simultaneously jiggle the head unit out.. keep tryin if at first you don't succeed cause it takes a good little while. Now don't yank hard or else you will damage your wires. NOW if you have suceeded in taking out your stereo unit search around the unit top bottom left right and try to find a 4 digit number .. IT HAS TO START WITH EITHER A '0' or '1'. and then IF you have found this number follow these instructions.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAKE OUT THE STEREO UNIT IF YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON!

Turn key all the way before turnin the actual car on..
THEN press and hold MODE and SCAN together until "1000" appears.
Then using the numbers 1 through 4 on the front of the unit put in your security code. ( if your first number is '0' press 1 and you will get a blank spot)
Then continue putting the other numbers in.. if your second number is a 7.. Press 2 until the number 7 comes up .. and so on and so forth.
AFTER you have put in your security code press and hold MODE and SCAN simultaneously again.. SAFE should flash once or twice and then go directly to your radio or whatever.

THEN you're set.! if you have any further questions feel free to e-mail me at SincereOne12@verizon.net

Wish the best of luck to you guys.
 

Will i am
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Recently I had replaced my stock premium sound radio with a aftermarket CD player. After a few weeks of using it and the CD player was working fine. EVERYTHING cut out... So then I took out my CD player to check the wires. A few had shown copper wire which then lead me to believe I had blown a fuse. Checked both fuses in the car and on the CD player. Both are fine and show no burn. Now when I open the door it went from the normal door ajar sound (european police siren sound) to a flat line buzz... I fixed the wires and put it back in and still nothing. What could be wrong??
 

rockbucket
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have a 97 jetta with a deluxe audio,its in safe mode
anyone have the code
 

Unregistered guest
I have a jetta 94, my stereo was in safe mode, but once my battery dead a when a used a new one, my car stereo was tataly dead, a it does nothing, who can help me? what can i do?

also I need de code number to unlock it,
I hope somebody could helpme, my email is
 

Unregistered guest
Hello
So I have a 99 VW Jeta and my stereo is in safe mode because my battery died. I need help it says 2 Safe I know you have to press mode(which my stereo has no such button) along with the scan ( which i have) I know you are suppose to use seek button if you dont have a mode but in which directions should you hit the seek button??? Also anyone have any codes for the 99 jetta? Desprate
 

Unregistered guest
If you have the code for 1996 Passat GLX station wagon stereo with CD changer and you SEEK + <SCAN = 1000, please forward me the code and thanx in advance.

 

Unregistered guest
I note with great interest the bit about the radio unlock code appearing on a "green sticky" in the spare tire compartment. My Passat is a station wagon, and I've looked for the green sticky without any success. Is there someplace else to look on the Passat wagons for the radio unlock code?

If no one can speak to the above, is there a good link that someone can provide to a site where instructions for removing the radio "easily" appear so I can go to the dealer with the radio serial number in order to obtain the unlock code?

Thanks in advance.
 

Lhia
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How do you find out what your code is?? I have a 96 volkswagon cabrio and my radio is on safe mode. i just don't know how to figure out the code. Helllpp
 

New member
Username: Sincereone12

VA

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Registered: Jan-06
Ok everyone who is asking for the code.. DON'T BOTHER! They're not universal codes! If you're really desperate and don't want to try to take your head unit out yourself in which I explained how to do in one of my earlier posts then go and buy yourself andother head unit and have someone else replace it.. be it Circuit City or Best Buy or somethin! Dont' ask for a code cause if you don't have it NO ONE ELSE WILL HAVE IT.. My instructions work for all models from 1993 to 1998 so check that out.. I have my e-mail address so you can ask me questions as well and if you live in the Washington DC/Northern Virginia area I would be more than happy to help you out in a way.

SincereOne12@verizon.net
 

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Username: Hard4atard

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Registered: Feb-06
Hi, I hope someone out there can help me, I had got a tape stuck in my 96 jetta, after i got the tape out the stereo said error when i would turn it on and then the radio would play. I dont know whats wrong with it I'm affraid to put another tape in for fear that it will get stuck. please help me out
 

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Username: Neel

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-06
I NEED HELP, can anybody get me a code plzzz
This is my serial No.3282536
Thanks in advance
 

New member
Username: Markzerocool

Chicago, IL USA

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Registered: Apr-06
Anyone with radio problem but this time in a Corrado SLC 93' ?? goddamn code???
 

New member
Username: Lostndconfuzed

Redlands, California Us

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Registered: Apr-06
if i put in a new sterio in with the stock harness even though my stock sterio is stuck on safe the new sterio should work right?
 

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Username: Ill_will231

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Registered: Apr-06
just wondering, but where do i find the "VIN" number? i have a 96 jetta
 

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Username: Kmc

Bloomfield, NY USA

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Registered: Apr-06
Chris UA -
The vin # should be on a metal plate (about 1/2 inch by 2 inch) on the dash above the steering wheel close to the window. You will probably have to look through the windshield to see it.
 

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Username: Ill_will231

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Registered: Apr-06
thanks for the help, but lucky for me, the VIN number AND code number was on a silver sticker put on the inside cover of the sound system manual for my car (96 jetta) so it was easy for me, i dont know if this is the same for everyone else.
 

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Username: Bt02130

J.p, Ma Usa

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Registered: Apr-06
I HAVE A 1996 PASSAT!!...AND I DON'T HAVE THE CODE TO IT..AND ITS BEEN ON SAFE MODE FOR ABOUT 2 DAYS!!..HOW DO I GET MY CODE??...
 

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Username: Dantonio

Calgary, Calgary Canada

Post Number: 1
Registered: Apr-06
i just got my car fixed and now my 1998 factory vw passat premium stereo is in safe mode. I have the code and the instructions but my deck has two scan buttons. please tell me how to get it to the code input screen
 

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Username: Boneym

Kingston, Ontario Canada

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Registered: May-06
Hey I have the same problem now I took the radio out as I was changing the dash as it was damaged, so anyways the radio that was in the car was way too old so I went to the local wreakers and got a new radio and yeah WooHoo only lasted till I got it installed and seen this SAFe mode thing, now I have picture and a few questions I have a 1990 4Door Golf Diesel, and I got the radio out of a 1998 Jetta, so will this radio work and I am wonder how to gfet from the safe mode to listening, also I took a couple pictures, one is of the from and the other the top I know the code and I have most of the radio wired, in the picture that shows the top can anyone tell me what exactly the two arrows are pointing too. Ok there is a few links one of them will work I hope.

Oh just noticed if someone has the complete pin outs for the wiring great thanks in advance

Have a look and pleaser help me out, BoneyM


Kingston, Ontario
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Username: Jenna_24

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Thanks "av8ur"!! I have a 2001 Jetta--replaced my battery and my radio went into safe mode. Didn't have the code and followed "av8ur's" advice and sure enough, I found the code on a sticker to the left of my spare tire. Turns out, there is no universal code as I thought.
 

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Username: Onething

Post Number: 1
Registered: May-06
For anyone who bought their car used and does not have the anti-theft code:

Several people have posted that sometimes there is a little sticker (somewhere) inside the trunk that has the car's VIN and underneath it, a four digit code (the anti-theft code). This is not, as someone hypothesized, because the owners of these cars had the dealer put the sticker in. The sticker comes in the car with the instructions for operating the sound system. The instructions say that you should place the sticker in an inconspicuous place that you will remember. Hence, the stickers in the trunks.

However, since individual people are putting these stickers in, there doesn't seem any reason to think they will all be in like places. Check the inside of the trunk and anywhere else that seems inconspicuous to place a sticker with an anti-theft code for a sticker with the VIN# and a four digit number under it. The 4-diget number is the code to the sound system. It seems particularly likely for cars that have their sound instructions, but no code in them, that the owners did this.
 

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Username: Kbleusun

Charleston , WV

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Registered: May-06
Can anyone help me? I have a 1998 VW Cabrio---of course, it's stuck in SAFE mode. I don't have the owners manual, nor do I have the stereo manual. Can ANYONE tell me what is the quickest way to get the code? I can't continue without a stereo------This is plain awful !
Thanks in advance !
 

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Username: Famus

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Registered: May-06
I just finished getting my stereo out of safe mode on my 96 Golf. I'll give you the run-down on what I did, maybe it'll save you a bit of time.

Firstly, I tracked down the original dealer (I called up the local dealers until I found one who had a record of the car, they gave me the original dealer). Original dealer didn't have the code, nor did they write it anywhere.

So I removed the stereo using the directions on this site:
http://www.i-hacked.com/content/view/213/45/

I wrote down the FULL serial number on the stereo (the long one on the side, starts with VWZ97T...etc). Then I called up a few of the local dealers and asked their service people if they could give me the code. One told me I would have to take it in and pay $50, and one said I would have to go in and show ID and some other stuff. I called up again (hoping to convince them to let me fax the stuff) and got a guy who didn't mind giving it out over the phone (he agreed: who steals a cassette/radio?).

The code he gave was 4 digits, and started with 0, which means it's actually a 3 digit code, so the first input is blank.

I followed Gene's directions earlier in this thread and finally it started working.

Thanks a lot to everyone who contributed here!
 

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Username: Oldbugluver

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Registered: Jun-06
THANKS, so much, guys, for the help I got from this forum!! I accidentally put the wrong code in, twice, on my radio on the way home, thinking I remembered it correctly. I did have the right 4 numbers, but wrong sequence. My radio went into SAFE 2 mode, and I tried several of the things suggested here. Nothing worked, until at last, I tried the "leave the key in it for an hour and a half" with the radio on. I had nothing to lose at this point, except perhaps, the battery. My husband pointed out that the daytime running lights hadn't been "running" recently, so just try it. So, I did, and when the hour and a half was up, I went out, praying all the way, and there was that lovely number, 1000, waiting for me!! I put in the CORRECT code, pressed the button pointing toward the passenger side, as I don't have a MODE button, and I am back in business!! THANK you so much, I went all over the internet yesterday morning trying to find some help, and most said try the dealership. Gene' April post was the first indication that a "lockout" occurs if you put in the wrong code. His advise, plus a few others, about waiting with the key/radio on, until it clears itself, so you can start again, was VERY helpful!!!!! THANKS AGAIN, GENE!! I LOVE THE INTERNET!!!
 

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Username: Jschellenberg

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Registered: Jun-06
Thanks for the help on this forum--for my 1999 Volkswagen Golf GL radio, entering in the code for SAFE (as described above using 1-2-3-4) and then holding down the right half of the SEEK button (pointing to the passenger side) did it (my seek button was on the left side of my stereo display--no MODE button on this stereo). Wahoo!!!
 

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Username: Kswany101

Portland, OR USA

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Registered: Jul-06
Help!

I have a 92 Passat and since changing out my battery, my stereo is in SAFE mode...and alas, I dont have the code. Is there anyway I can bypass that????
Is there a universal code??
 

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Username: Theoz

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Registered: Jul-06
Aright this problem is DIFFERENT.
I had the safe mode problem and fixed it after getting the code. Stereo worked for a while but when I shut it off and turned the car off I couldn't get it back on... nothing at all shows up on the screen but when I turn the thing on and off I can hear the speakers click. Sometimes it comes on but I can't figure if there's a loose connection or if it's the way I start the car. Shouldn't it just come on now whenever I turn the damn knob? I checked all wires and fuses and everything is connected. Any help would be great as I'm taking this thing on vacation next tuesday (lots of driving, need music!). Oh I have the bose stereo (casette player and cd-input hole) in my '94 Jetta.
 

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Username: Jhoban

Wayne, PA USA

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Registered: Jul-06
I replaced my car battery, dug out my Passat radio code, and tried to power up my factory audio system, and it won't even go to Safe mode. It doesn't power up at all, but the car starts, so the battery doesn't seem to be the issue. Any ideas? Thanks.
 

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Username: Lang

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Registered: Jul-06
i have a 99 jetta i have the code which is 0212 what do i do since it starts out with 1000. I've enter the code right yet it still goes to safe 1,& 2
 

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Username: Omar123c

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Registered: Jul-06
I have a 93 Passat VR6 with a VW Premium Audio Tape deck. It came with a Panasonic 6 pack CD changer in the trunk. It seems like it works I hear it turning on,a nd it lets me eject the cartrage to put cd's in it. But how do I get the CD's to play? My mode button only goes from Tape, AM to FM but never CD why? The radio says CD control on it... I thought that means it should work, plus it came with the car so it has to work. Help anyone. How do I get the cd player to work?
 

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Username: Hally9

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Registered: Jul-06
I have a 1997 Jetta Diesel and I need the code for my radio. It is in safe mode. Does anyone have it?
 

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Username: Christine_pal

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Registered: Jul-06
hey everyone, i have a 1998 VW Jetta, and i tried so many codes, but my radio still won't work, and my dealer won't give it to me unless i pay around $40!!!
and to those of you who need to reset it in case they put in the wrong code twice, all you have to do is disconnect your battery, then reconnect it, that will reset the radio, and it will give you the 1000 again.
 

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Username: Laska

Campbellton, NewBrunswick Canada

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Registered: Aug-06
Hi.
Ok we bought a 1992 Volkswagon Jetta (gas engine) for our son. We want to take out the old radio and install a new CD/MP3 player in its place. My question is,, do we need to take the dashboard apart or is there an easier way? I don't see how to take it out any other way.
Any sugestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much.
 

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Username: Theoz

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Registered: Jul-06
hmm well I have a 1994 and if your stereo is anything like mine there should be 4 small holes, one in each corner of the stereo. they may not go very deep at all, and so it may seem like they're not holes but if you have something thin enough to stick in them you'll see that you can just push right past that apparent blockage. I used two allen-keys of just a bit smaller width than the holes (you don't want to go too thin). pick a side of the stereo and insert one key in the top hole and one in the bottom then you should be able to just slide that side of the stereo out a bit and do the same thing for the other side. once you understand how it works it's really easy. Very clever I think.
 

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Username: Jjburns

Kenosha, WI

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Registered: Aug-06
I have 97 VW Jetta "Jazz' I bought used. I can't find a radio card, but have a silver sticker that says VWZ9Z7V serial number 3771515. Are these numbers for the radio to look up the code or for something else (the !@#$%^&* dealer wants $45 to plug the car into some machine).
As if the battery crapping out wasn't hassle enough! Help.
 

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Username: Hochmeister

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Registered: Aug-06
OK I too had the same problem but I was luck, and you might be too...First of all all dealers are not created equal. The first one I called was nice enough but insisted that I bring the car in to have the radion removed to they could get the ser. A# to search for the security code. The coast was $45. I asked if I could removed the radio and get the ser. # to which they replied that it would still be $45. Bye.
Well dealer # 2 told me that if I had the ser. # from the radio and the VIN they could do a search and get the code. They told me however to check the manuals for a silver sticker with a ser. # first. Well I did and there were stickers on both the audion system manual and the service manual. I read the ser> # and the VIN from the registration to them over the phone and voila! within twenty minutes they called me back with the security code, I followed the directions in the manual and in 10 seconds the radio was working again.
Bottom line is, try different dealers and some are much more helpful than others.
 

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Username: Butterflydaysbegin

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Registered: Aug-06
Amidst all the messages - I was able to enter my code and get out of safe mode - you hold the "mode" and "scan" down at the same time power on the stereo and "1000" will appear - then for example my code was "0159" for my '97 I pressed the pre-set button#1 once to change to blank(0)then pressed the pre-set button#2 to flash then pressed the tuning arrow pointing to passenger seat to change the number displayed to show 1 then pressed the preset button#3 til it showed 5 and so on then after code is entered you hold the "mode" and "scan" down at the same time until the radio comes on make sure volume is up.
 

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Username: Lou_maris

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Registered: Aug-06
I have the code....I know the procedure. I've done this several times before; this time the radio won't come back! It just keeps flashing "SAFE" at me. I even disconnected the battery cable to allow me to try again, as there is a 2 try limit at a time. The code is correct as I've kept it on the original manual card all the time I've owned the car. This time nothing. I wonder if the safeguard feature is cooked? Anyone have a similar issue?........
 

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Username: Christine_pal

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Registered: Jul-06
ANYONE...A CODE FOR A 1998 JETTA PLEASE...I HAVE TRIED SO MANY SO FAR, NONE HAVE WORKED, BUT I STILL HAVE HOPE...SO IF YOU KNOW OF ANY CODES...PLZ LET ME KNOW...THANKS
 

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Username: Se00erm

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Registered: Aug-06
I have a Passat 2000 and the radio is in safe mode. No amount of time left on makes the code enterable! Is there any way of resetting the radio, I have heard freezing it helps! Any ideas?
 

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Username: Hugoloperu

Los angeles

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thanks all for your input. i used it to get my '98 jetta off SAFE mode. here's how: press MODE and SCAN together and hold. SAFE turns to 1000. Every time you press 1 the first digit goes up 1. (E.g. press it 5 times for the number 5.) Same for digits 2, 3, and 4. Now press SCAN and MODE and hold again. Done.
 

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Username: Pablo1110

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Registered: Oct-06
THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH THIS TOTALLY WORKED. my VW Eurovan had the exact same problem. All i had was the code to input to take it off of safe mode but i didnt know how to put it in. I used the "turn it on and hold mode and scan at the same time thing" and it brings up the console to change the values of the numbers and after that, hold mode and scan again, and it works!!!
 

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Username: Notstoopidlikeu

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Registered: Oct-06
This is the most reeedickulous post on the internet.

HELLP ME!!!

WHAAAA!!!!

Foocking read just 2 of the posts and you will see tha no one has "the" code each is unique unlike you fools.

Loosers....
 

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Username: Sweetannie

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Registered: Nov-06
I am wondering if there is any way to avoid having a VW radio go into SAFE mode if you know ahead of time that you need to replace the battery. Thanks for your ideas!
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
Hello!
Some information for all to share. First, to answer the above, yes, there is a way but the VW dealer will not do this for two reasons, first, the wouldn't be able to charge you to reset the codes and second, it is possible to set off the airbag, that being the biggest reason. My situation on my 2000 VW Jetta with the Monsoon Premium stereo was the battery was replaced and the safe mode could not be unlocked even when the correct PIN number was entered. So, for all those that have gone through the process of getting the 1000 to display, then entered your correct pin number, and finally pushed and held the seek> button and still had the safe mode display, here's a remedy. Make sure the stereo power is off, if you have a set of stereo keys to pull the unit, great, if not, the dealer can do this for you. Now on the back of the head unit's upper left side is a fuse, use a tiny screwdriver and pop that baby out. Let it sit for 2 minutes, then pop the fuse back in place. Power it up and you should hear the sound of music. Enjoy!
 

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Username: Rippedbambam

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Registered: Jan-07
volkswagen is a bunch of criminals. there shouldnt be this much hassle for a tape deck. even in its day i never heard of anyone stealing a stock deck, and ive been known to have some shady friends back in the day. having the same problem as most of the people here. i told the dealership that it was supposed to be free and he told me that it was a manual for the world. where in the hell do i live mars. these guys just dont make enough money selling peices of crap they have to gouge you after. makes me feel even more stupid for buying this peice of shyte. hope all of you get your problems sorted cause i am whits end with these guys
 

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Username: Babbalunski

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Registered: Jan-07
For the 96 passat GLX,
#1- turn on the radio, the word SAVE displays
#2- press the SEEK & <SCAN buttons simultaniously for 3 seconds and let go, you will see the code 1000 apear. Enter your code by using the pre-set buttons 1 through 4, press the #1 several times to get to your first CODE-digit then,the #2 button several times to get to your second diget and so on. Step #3 press the SEEK & <SCAN buttons again and wala! Music to your ears, it works Babba!
 

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Username: Crazyjohnny

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Registered: Mar-07
PLEASE HELP
I have a 1998 Jetta GL and the radio is in Safe Mode after the battery had been disconnected. I've gone through the hassle of getting my 4 digit code from the dealership, and my code starts with a "0". I can bring the display up to "1000" and I can change the last 3 numbers but the first I cannot get to a "0" its either a "1" or it's blank.

Has anyone had this same porblem? I've tried everything.... except for the right thing obvioulsy! Thanks
 

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Username: Tucker73

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Registered: Mar-07
'97 Jetta GLX
It worked for me.
I don't know who has what but this is a picture of my stereo on my stereo.
Upload

I got it to work for now.

1. "SAFE" apperars on the display.
2. Press & hold "MODE" button.
3. Press & hold "SCAN" button.
4. "1000" appears on the display.
5. Release both buttons immediately.
6. There should be a number to the left of the "1000" This should represent how many times you have tried to enter the code.
7. Enter your 3 or 4 digit code with the following. If you have a 3 digit code, assume that the first digit is a zero or blank.
8. Press button 1 until your first digit is changed to the correct number. (zero or blank)
9. Press button 2 until your 2nd digit is correct.
10. Do the same with the 3rd and 4th digit.
11. When the digits are correct, press & hold the "MODE" button.
12. Press & hold the "SCAN" }button.
13. The word "SAFE" should show up again.
14. Release the buttons immediately and your radio should work.
 

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Username: Erikcameron

Fort Wayne, IN US

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Registered: Apr-07
Ok, what a day... I'm pulling an all-nighter, so I don't have to take time off work during business hours and also so I don't have to worry about screwing my car up any more than I already have...

I have done a lot of homework on this, and basically from what I've gathered I simply don't have the information I need.

My car, to setup a little more unique of a situation... is brand new!

I bought it off the showroom floor, & inadvertently left a small interior light on the other day (2 days ago); this did, though, cause the battery to die! Since the "main power supply," per the manual, was cut off completely... yup, that's right, that stupid 4-digit code has to be entered. I'm getting the same information everyone else is, that CODE 1000 / SAFE / etc.

However, I don't have a Radio Card. I do, though, have this black plastic card that is used to reorder keys. (lol) It's got a "12" on it, then some digits beneath it... I guess, TECHNICALLY, those next digits begin with a 0, but there's 5 of them. Then, there's always the last 4 of my VIN. Folks, I've looked & looked & looked & looked & looked... it's not there... and I certainly don't want to start trying to take apart a car that I know nothing about.

Someone please help! I'll let you rip my entire iTunes library for free if you can help me crack this. I'm on AIM as AluminumTunes & yahoo as Erik_Cameron.

Have a good day, all, and I hope everyone else has MUCH better luck than me!

Ok, time for more coffee... it's gonna be a long day...
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
Erik B.

Look inside your trunk compartment in and around the spare tire. What your looking for is a sticker that has the four digit radio code.
 

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Username: Passat97

Stockton, CA United States

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Registered: May-07
okay so i have a 1997 Passat and the radio is on safe mode. how do i turn it off? anything will be helpful. thank you
 

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Username: Becki1981

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Registered: May-07
i found a stickie in the boot, near the spare time but i dont know if its the right thing..... its a 99 passat, what a stupid problem this is....

where on the sticky is the code lol...?
 

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Username: Becki1981

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Registered: May-07
ok so silly me i tried 2 different codes and it wasnt right, now i thikn iactually have the right code i cannot get back to being able to enter a code in anymore
i have a scan button but not a mode button on my stereo any suggestions
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
Yes, I have a suggestion as I had similar situation. Remedy, pull the head unit and pull out the fuse on the back. Wait one minute, put the fuse back in and that will reset alot of problems. Goodluck!
 

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Username: Crengy21

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Registered: Jun-07
HELP!!!
if someone could provide the CODE for my radio. this is the serial number for my radio VWZ4Z7Y7079834. If you could help me with the CODE I would appreciate it.
Thank you.
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
Karen,

Try this...in the trunk lift the carpet that covers the spare. Now look around the spare for a white sticker that will have a four digit number, that's your radio code. Also note that this sticker maybe underneath the spare but usual not. Hope that helps.

ST
 

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Username: Radio_ga_ga

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Registered: Jun-07
Thanks to this forum and the Audi dealer that originally sold the car, I have now got my radio working again in my 1999 A6 in UK. I just emailed the dealer who I knew had details of the VIN because not only did they sell it new but they also did the last two major services for me. I was sent the code by return.

My radio has buttons numbered 1 to 6 so numbers above 6 were a puzzle until I read this thread!

In my case holding SCAN and MODE simultaneously did not work. So then I thought perhaps mine is TA and TP? I do have a TP button, but ... doh!no TA. Below TA I have an RDS button, so I tried TP and RDS simultaneously. Hey Presto! 1000 appeared. I then used buttons 123&4 to scroll to the code I'd been given following instructions given earlier in this thread, and finally pressed TP and RDS again until a tone confirmed it was all accepted and the radio came on
 

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Username: Rick_nyc

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Registered: Aug-07
I have a 95 VW Jetta, and replaced the original radio with a Sony GTX CD200 CD/Radio last fall. After 12 years (!) of ownership. the original battery was replaced this week, and now the radio won't work. It worked right up until the battery failed. I replaced the fuse, so this is not the problem.

My question is: Do I have to reinstall the original radio and enter the security code to restart the Sony radio?

I have actually tried doing this, but can't get past the SAFE mode.. I have tried pushing the Mode/Scan, but the SAFE flashes and does not go to the 1000 display.. so what am I doing wrong? Does the car's computer distinguish between the new radio (which worked fine until the battery failure and replacement) and the original?

Thanks!}
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
In all likelyhood when you replaced the battery killing total power to your car it now does not recognize the Sony unit. If it were me I would reinstall the original unit, of course, you don't need speaker hookups, just power it up and go through the code process.
 

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Username: Rick_nyc

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Registered: Aug-07
Thanks, Steven. I tried again today to make the old stereo work , made all the connections, but still can't get it out of SAFE mode. I am holding the Mode/scan buttons as instructed by the manual, but no luck in getting it to move to the 1000 field.

I have rebooted the system it in the past before replacing it (and even had to take it back to the dealer to retrieve the code at one point), so I have done it in the past.
I am puzzled at what to do next. Any ideas anyone?

Does the new radio even require this recoding of the old system after the battery replacement?
 

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Username: Appleidiot

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Registered: Nov-06
Rick,
One other thing, If I remember correctly, you have 2 trys to get the right code, after that the unit locks out. To unlock the unit I had to leave the radio on WITH the key in the ignition. Mind you the key DOES NOT need to be turned on, just slide it into the ignition and leave it with the radio powered on. After one hour the radio will power off automatically. Now go through the code process and see if you can't get the '1000' display. Lastly, I would attempt this with the original radio unit installed.

Goodluck!
 

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Username: 99passat

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Registered: Aug-07
Hi Guys,

I have a 1999 Passat.Just want to let you know is check your cars owners manuals where there is a small booklet which says Volkswagen Sound System. In this booklet is your Radio Card which has your radio's Serial Number and the 4 digit code number on it. I found it there
My code is 0845
Since i read above that 0 is not considered as a valid 1'st digit number i tried putting this digit as 1 making the code as 1845 and entering it..it didnt work :-(
Also, I see people have mentioned that leave the 1'st digit bank if u have a 3 digit code..how can we set the 1st digit to blank..it always has some value from 0..9

Please Help!!
 

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Username: Rick_nyc

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Registered: Aug-07
My radio problem is resolved. It turns out that if you have installed an after-market radio, you do NOT need to reinstall the original radio to make the new one work if the power is disconnected. The new Sony stereo had a fuse in the radio itself that had blown during the process. Once that was replaced, it worked fine. A word of caution though.. keep the old radio in the trunk because apparently the car's diagnostic computer runs through the radio. I was told it was required to have the original factory radio for emissions testing and any other trouble shooting that is performed by your service station (or dealer). Thanks, Steve for you input.. and for everyone who helps out the frustrated car owner!
 

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Username: Nick7li

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Registered: Aug-07
if your radio is in safe mode, all you need to do is turn the power off on your radio, hold the mode button in, while holding it in turn the radio on, a 2 digit number will appear and then your radio will work good as new.dont let go of the mode button until the radio comes back on, awesome trick thank you all!
 

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Username: Nick7li

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Oh one more thing, my radio was locked up and this still worked for me. power off/mode, power on/mode works great!
 

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Username: Vaughnis

Cape Town, Western Prov... South Africa

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Registered: Oct-07
Hi,

My cousin bought a radio from a friend of ours (it came out of a golf and went into his Jetta), we are still waiting for the code, but we linked up the CD shuttel as well and then pushed a button and managed to get into some "userface" of the radio. After we got out of there the screen displays "2 SAFE" and will not allow us to do anything, we are awaitng the code today but how do we get rid of the "2 SAFE"?????????????????????????

P.S the radio does not have a "MODE" button!!!!
 

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Username: Averagejoe1996

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Registered: Nov-07
hey. i inherited a 1996 jetta gl and ive been having problems with the cassette player. the radio works fine but it doesnt read tapes. ive tried several tapes so im pretty sure its the radio unit. at first it would take the tape, and say "Er8" and then id have to pry it outta the thing. but now it doesnt even take them it just says the same thing, "Er8" and spitts em out. help/advice would be appreciated. thanks
 

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Username: Junkhead

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Registered: Nov-07
I have a 2002 Jetta GLX. The factory Monsoon head unit quit playing CDs. I have found a few replacements available, but without codes. The dealer quoated me $55 to activate the code on the replacement radio. Is that ridiculous, is there any other way get the code for an ebay purchased stereo??? Thanks!
 

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Username: Kingmidass13

Morrow, Ohiio United States

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I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AND THE ONLY WAY I COULD FIX IT WAS TO STAND ON MY RIGHT FOOT GRAB MY but AND HOLLAR LOUDLY TWICE HEIL HITLER....PRESTO IT WORKED no really all i had to do was turn the radio off hold the mode button on and turn the radio on while holding mode a 2 appeared and presto rock and roll
 

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Username: Masoud_134

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Registered: Apr-08
HI
PRESS YOUR PASSWORD AND AFTER HOLD SEEK UPP(NOT DOWN),MY PASSWORD WAS 0585 IT MAYBE WORKS FOR ALL STEREOES.

IF YOU ARE ON SAFE 2, LET THE STEREO BE ON ABOT 1 HOUR AND THEN WRITE THE PASSWORD.GOOD LUCK
MY CAR IS PASSAT 03,
 

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Username: N9trojan

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Registered: Apr-08
it happen 2 me 2. and then i called up vw dealer thay sad i had 2 pay £33 4 the code (but don't pay it's a rip off) because in the radio system beta for my vw 1999 mk4 golf it says.

NOTES
Please detach the "radio card and keep it in a safe place - under no circumstances in the vehicle!
Should the radio card with the code number be lost, please contact a volkswagen dealer. thay will be able to help you free of charge.

so call them up and don't thak s**t from them. pace out zang
 

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Username: Calitexan

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Registered: Jun-08
I have a '98 Jetta that was worked on and afterwards the radio got the dreaded "SAFE" message. Took it to 2 dealers and neither of them could figure it out. I looked on here to get some ideas and this is what I did...
1. Press and hold MODE and SCAN buttons until "SAFE" turns into "1000." There will be a smaller number to the left, which represents the number of attempts that have been made to enter the code. (You have 3 tries until the radio goes into a "locked" SAFE mode, where you then have to leave the ignition on for an hour in the ACC position to return to the "1000" screen).
2. Get your code from a dealer or in the well where your spare tire is. You will have a 3 or 4 digit code depending on your car/radio. If you have a 3 digit code, you will still enter 4 digits, just your first digit will be "0."
3. Type in the code using the 1 - 4 buttons. For example, if your code is 5555, press the "1" button repeatedly until you come to the original "1000" saying "5000." Then press the "2" button until it says "5500" and so forth.
4. When you have your code entered, press and hold the MODE and SCAN buttons again until the screen flashes. A radio station should come on and start playing. :-)
 

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Username: Xrabx

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Registered: Oct-08
I unlocked my stereo but not music plays
Why is this happening??

Thanks Rab
 

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Username: 97vwjettatrek

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Registered: Jan-09
Yeah = start with radio off, hold in mode button, turn power on - it works when radio in safe mode.
 

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Username: Dainty

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Registered: Jan-09
Hey guys, so for 1997 Jetta go tru the same procedure:
1. Hold SCAN & MODE until 1000 appears
2. Enter the code
3. Hold SCAN & MODE again and the radio will just start playing.

I spent a year without knowing the code and today I saw that the previous owner had written it with pencil on the manual. Then non of the combinations that I found worked so I decided to try one of my own and Viola:-) good luck to all, I am so proud of myself:-)
 

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Username: Beckyboulter

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Help i have a vauxhall astra coupe with a phillips ccr600 stereo and need a code to unlock. serial no: is gm060011302672.
 

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rebecca jayne boulter
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Username: Beckyboulter

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Posted on Friday, January 16, 2009 - 02:49 pm:

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Help i have a vauxhall astra coupe with a phillips ccr600 stereo and need a code to unlock. serial no: is gm060011302672.


I don`t think that this code will be available for free from any of these free Help Boards as it`s too new for the available database(including mine).

You`ll have to pay....Try your Main Dealer or a Decode Specialist
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