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Old 12 December 2011, 22:21   #1
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Default MK3 Ford Mondeo radio code help?

Hi just wondering if any ford specialist around. Basically after disconnected my battery last night, now my radio keeping asking me for a code. Ford wanna charged me silly money for this. So Just wondering if anyone could help. Reg can be given via PM. Many thanks..
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Old 12 December 2011, 22:40   #2
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***s , i got a service etc by them so mr reception just passed the code over to me when i had the same problem

Im not sure you maybe able to get it off net somewhere , try mondeo forum - recently changed its name , well in the last year anyway
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Old 12 December 2011, 23:04   #3
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If you pull your stereo out & get the serial No off the back you can buy the code off EBAY for 2 quid emailed to you. I was skeptical, but it works.
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Old 12 December 2011, 23:16   #4
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These codes are available free off the internet, using a calculating tool.
As mentioned, pull it out, get the serial and model code, and I'll give you the code if you can't find it for free.

I hate to hear of people charging for things you can get for free.
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The last few cars I've had the codes been on a sticker stuck to the back of the unit so it's worth pulling it and checking it. My mrs Mondeo had the code on a sticker under the front ashtray. It costs a tenner from our local Ford dealer.
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If you pull it out and post the serial no, either joey or myself will give you the code
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Old 13 December 2011, 20:36   #7
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So I do have to pull it apart then to get to the serial no? This thing looks well complex to tackle looks like. Will give it a go tomorrow. Then will post it up here thx In advance
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Pull the set out you may need a removal tool easy to get or borrow one the serial is on a big sticker on the back of the set.
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pull out ur ashtry an look under there, many of time ive found it in there on a bit of paper, long shot but worth a try. also radio easy to pull out, just get old coat hanger (or any stiff wire) have two bits bent into u shap, put in holes, one bit off wire for each side an pull out
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Old 13 December 2011, 21:30   #10
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let me know the serial number buy pm an i may be able to get it for u
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You can download the decoder here: http://www.freefordradiocode.co.uk/fordm.html
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After all the hassle removing it.. Finially found the code hand written on top on the player !! Dont ask me why tho.. All good thx. Thanks all for the support given..
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If you pull it out and post the serial no, either joey or myself will give you the code

Hi. Please can you help me. I'm looking for the radio code for ford mondeo radio serial number M006197. I have already forked out over 700 for a new salve cylinder, dmf and stater motor then a week later a cam sensor and I really don't want to pay any more on the car (plus I'm now skint lol). I would be really really grateful if you could help me. Thanks so much xx
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