Renault Radio Codes

This service for RENAULT cars is no longer available. As an alternative service we recommend Restored Classic: restoredclassic[at]

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I tried the code and it worked, after 4 weeks I could hear the radio again. Thanks. Fred Plooijer - Becker BE7410, Renault Scenic

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Thanks for a first class service. Saves a lot of messing with hooki software Kim Vernon, Renault Scenic with Philips radio

Renault Code Entry & Radio Removal tips

You need the serial or security number from the rear of the Renault radio. Forked 'keys' will be needed to extract the radio from the dashboard - don't be tempted to try removing the radio any other way or to force it as you may damage the surrounding trim. The keys make it easy - you can find them in motoring stores or online.


BE7412: The optional 6-disc CD changer sometimes fitted along with the BE7412 requires a second unlock code (2 codes need to be entered in the radio). Both sets of numbers from the radio and CD changer will be needed by the decoder - look for the barcode numbers similar to 8200071208TL613. Other Carminat units, such as BE7401, require only one unlock code.


Radio Code Entry on Renault models
In most cases with Renault you will need to use the stereo system's steering wheel controls to enter the code we supply. how to enter radio code in Renault Locate this or a similarly marked button on the steering wheel stalk control (see the photos - the stalks vary from car to car but Renault use the same button icon). You will find code entry advice here (this refers to information on a particular radio but the process is common to most models in Renault). Some radios vary from this, requiring you to use the station presets on the radio to enter the code. This will be explained in the radio user manual but ask if you need help.

We no longer offer codes for Renault

As an alternative service we recommend Restored Classic: restoredclassic[at]