Money Back Promise

If we are not able to supply the factory-set code for your unit, we will explain why and offer some options on how to proceed, and we promise to refund you, less a small 45p payment processing fee (unless clearly stated).

We aim to respond within 1 hour Monday-Friday, a little longer in the evenings and at weekends. Most codes are just £7.95 (£14.95 for Audi, Skoda, VW, Nissan & Jaguar) for a personal service, not a robot. We're proud that we've been able to help customers even when the car dealership was stumped. We take the time to delve into the less straightforward radio code requests.

We always respond to paid requests, but sometimes our responses are not received because of spam filtering on the customer's mailbox (especially Hotmail and Yahoo), even though we routinely send copies from two different email servers. If you've not heard from us within 24 hours, please email an alternative email address to admin[at]

This independent website gives guidance on removing car radios from vehicles.

   Radio Code Advice (FAQ)
   Hard-Coded Radios (soldered PCB tags)
   Philips 22RC200/35/65 (Citroen/Peugeot)
   Mercedes Becker APS30 Removal
   Mercedes Alpine CM2396 & CM2294

Car Radio Codes from the serial number

Click on your vehicle make below for information specific to your car or van

Audi radio code BMW radio code Chrysler radio codes
Audi BMW Chrysler
Citroen radio code Ferrari radio code Fiat radio code
Citroen Ferrari Fiat
Ford radio code Honda radio code Hyundai radio code
Ford Honda Hyundai
Jaguar radio code Jeep radio codes Landrover radio code
Jaguar Jeep Land Rover
Maserati radio code Mazda radio code Mercedes radio code
Maserati Mazda Mercedes Benz
Mitsubishi radio code Nissan radio code Peugeot radio code
Mitsubishi Nissan Peugeot
Pontiac GTO radio code Porsche radio code Renault radio code
Pontiac GTO Porsche Renault
Rover radio code SEAT radio code Skoda radio code
Rover SEAT Skoda
Suzuki radio code GM Vauxhall radio codes Volkswagen radio code
Suzuki Vauxhall/GM Volkswagen

InCar Technology Help & Advice

Here's a video tutorial on setting up the type of equaliser built into many car stereo units. I use a spectrum analyser to show how the frequency curve changes.
I have also retained some content from the old MMSA website as some may still find it useful:

A history of car radio in the UK
Car Audio System Primer with links to pages on speakers, subwoofers & more.