We are able provide you with the original manufacturers security code required to activate your Suzuki car radio after power loss.
Its fast and easy to obtain the radio code for your Suzuki stereo, simply follow the 3 simple steps on the right.
Once you receive the code, you can use our Free Radio Code Entry Help section to assist you with entering the code.
Never take the serial number from any printed paperwork or user guides, since this may not match the actual Suzuki radio fitted to the car. Instead, take the serial number from either a label or an engraving on the top or side of your Suzuki stereo, to ensure the supplied Suzuki radio code is accurate.
Using our Suzuki stereo code service, you will not only be saving yourself money, but also the additional time which can be involved in trying to get your code from a vehicle main dealer.
Most main dealers will request that you first book in your car with them, along with having to take proof of ownership along before they apply for your Suzuki code.
Under most circumastances the code they supply will be derived frome either the vehicle registration or the Chassis number. If the radio has been replaced at any stage in its lifetime, this will be the incorrect code.
There are a various reasons why a stereo code based on your vehicle chassis number or registration may not work, these include:
At Radio-Code, we provide radio codes based on the unique serial number of your unit. Our stereo codes have proven to be more accurate because of this.
. Stefan Muller
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thanks very much, the code worked perfect!. Keith Cleary