This service for LANDROVER cars is no longer available. As an alternative service we recommend Restored Classic: restoredclassic[at]aol.com
Many thanks. I cannot tell you how long we have been without it working, not even the main dealers could help. James Currant - Becker BE4765 in Land Rover Freelander
Two years without radio. Stumbled across your website, paid a very good price, hey presto problem solved. Great service. Many thanks. James Holden - Visteon radio in Landrover Freelander TD4SE
Thanks a million for your help. Will recommend you to anyone with similar problems. Thanks again. Philippa Wright - Landrover Freelander TD4 with Becker Traffic Pro BE4765
The Becker Traffic Pro sat-nav fitted to the Landrover Freelander requires a 5-digit code. A few radios require a 4-digit code & a good decoder can tell from the product number.
You will need to pull the radio from the dashboard to read the numbers needed - this will be on a printed label, engraved on the metal case, or both. Extraction 'keys' (often of the 'flat' type shown here but sometimes 'twin fork' keys) are required to remove the radio - don't try removing the radio another way or force it as you may damage the surrounding dashboard trim. The keys make it easy - you can find them in motoring stores or online.
Some Land Rover units are extracted not with extraction keys but by first using an Allen key to release two bolts either side of the trimplate (the small holes are visible without removing the trimplate), then pull it free. Others require the trimplate to be unclipped to reveal two larger screws - undo them, then pull the radio out.
Codes for Clarion made radios (model numbers starting PU i.e. PU-9845A) can only be recovered from Landrover's dealer database.
We no longer offer codes for Landrover
As an alternative service we recommend Restored Classic: restoredclassic[at]aol.com