Standard Radio/CD in 2007 peugeot

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  1. pipex36

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    Hi

    My 307 is now 5 years old and the handbook states that the radio is pre-coded to the VIN number.

    Could any-one confirm this please


    Thank you

    :D :)
     
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    Don't know about the 307 but I would think so, both my C5 and 406 are, if you fitted an uncoded radio it continually bleeps at you.

    Peter
     
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    Thank you

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    Thanks for the help but I am still a bit uneasy without a definate code

    Siemens VDO

    DC13477 P13686
    96639793XT00
    VDAPHF70170093
    RD4 N1-01
    PSARCD 411-61
    A2C53220044
     
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    Can anyone explain how the radio is VIN coded?

    Tony
     
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    You take it to a car audio specialist who has the necessary computer equipment together with your vin code and they write this into the internal RROM. Job done. Or take vehicle to someone with 'PSA Planet' diagnostics and a laptop.

    You can use the radio without it being matched to vehicle but as has already been stated there is an irritating faint bleep every 15 to 30 seconds.
     
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