How To: D9 Steering Wheel Removal and COM2000 Change

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Re: How To: D9 Steering Wheel Removal and COM2000 Change

Post by steve_earwig » Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:45 pm

Nothing happens to the stereo - it's coded to the BSI so it'll only work in your car but there's no codes or anything to put into it.
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Re: How To: D9 Steering Wheel Removal and COM2000 Change

Post by grasmere59 » Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:46 pm

piglet wrote:Just searched this dead thread out.

Only one bit of info missing:- what happens to the radio after (battery disconnection)
It self destructs in a cloud of smoke :lol: ,no honestly nothing should happen as it is VIN coded to the car and won't need reseting.
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Re: How To: D9 Steering Wheel Removal and COM2000 Change

Post by piglet » Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:49 pm

wot, no more paying Peugeot £25 for the key code?

Mind you, small beer compared to the £130 for the comms unit.
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Re: How To: D9 Steering Wheel Removal and COM2000 Change

Post by lozz » Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:57 pm

piglet wrote:wot, no more paying Peugeot £25 for the key code?

Mind you, small beer compared to the £130 for the comms unit.
For the radio,no

they just make up that on the price of the codes for the keys :(

dont know if the peugeot main dealers are the same as citreon ones,

isaw one chap getting charged £170 for a key because he didnt have the plastic card, no wonder citroens gone under the same roof as vauxhall,
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