Our service is personal, not automated, so if you are not sure which numbers to give, provide us with all you see on the outside of the casing and we will check them for you.
Codes for Jeep factory-fitted radios can require upto 24 hours to supply as most cannot be 'calculated' and must be obtained from our Chrysler partner. These codes are still at our standard price of £7.95.
We personally acknowledge your request (NOT an auto-responder) and usually succeed in responding by email with your code within 4-12 hours.
That's perfect, thank you Kevin. Incredibly quick and the cheapest I could find, cheers! Raj (Rajeev Singh, Jeep Cherokee Sport)
Thanks a lot Kevin! It worked right away. Highly recommend your site. Saved my day! (Manuel Fernandez, Harman/Becker NTG4 sat-nav in 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan)
Kevin, Thanks a lot for the code, I now have a radio that works at last!! Excellent service at an excellent price. (Cliff Johnson, Chrysler Grand Voyager)
After submitting the form, you will be forwarded to our payments page; your request will not be actioned until payment is received. Our service is inexpensive but it is not free. We aim to give a good service to paying customers, with the assurance of our money-back guarantee: If we are not able to supply the factory-set code for your unit, we'll explain why and give some options, and we promise to refund you, less just a small 45p transaction fee.
You will need to pull the radio from the dashboard to read the numbers we need from its chassis - this will be on a printed label, engraved on the metal case, or both. Some of the units can be extracted using 'keys' - if this is the case with yours, you will see small slots each side of the faciaplate. Don't be tempted to try removing the radio another way or force it as you may damage the surrounding dashboard trim. The keys make it very easy - you can find them in motoring stores or online (there are 4 or 5 different types so ensure you buy the correct ones).
Some units are extracted by first removing the trimpanel and unscrewing two or more screws, then pull the radio out.
This independent website provides useful guidance on how to remove car radios and sat-nav units from vehicles.