Well, I understood that the owner did have the code but did not know how to
enter it. Also if he does not have the code, it would be better to get it
from the dealer, although those code generators appear in the internet for
thieves anyway, they would not need to ask here...
I work at a MB dealership. If he has an 8 in his radio code, he clearly has the
wrong code. I
offered to get him <hopefully> the correct code.
The correct code will be numbers 1 thru 6. Each number corresponds to a button,
NOT how many times
you press a button.
If you can get him the right code, then have it. I take back my offer.
Don't get me wrong, your previous reply just wasn't clearly indicating that
the OP would have had the wrong code. Should be a clear hint for the him/her
Seems we have two experts on the thread, one that is just curious about the
details (me) and the original poster who doesn't seem to care about the help
from the experts (no reply seen at least).
Your comment raised my curiosity again. Why does the number range need to
correspond to the number of (number) buttons if the number entry is done as
the other expert on the thread explained (with the frequency dial knob, and
pressing the knob for each key)? Would you confirm this is the right way to
enter the code?
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