K12 Radio Codes

K12 Radio Code Thread

This is the official thread for K12 radio codes.

Please provide your serial number (starting with BP) in reply to this thread.

Please bear in mind that the generous people that provide these codes do so in their spare time so please be patient when requesting a code.
Hello, I replaced my car battery last week and now the radio requires a pin, we can’t find the original radio document with it on. I wondered if anyone would be able to provide one for me. The radio is a Clarion, part number 276-0034-54
Serial number is PP3001MB 0065647
Thank you for any assistance.
 
Hi
I have 2 radios that need codes please
BP538752989531
and
CM3119f0254797 - this is a bosch from a nissan note... Hopefully to put into my micra
 
Hi - changed battery, and now the radio asks for a code ...

Model No: PP-3001M-8
Serial: CL0816 9 0097600

Can anybody translate this into a code? Please :)
 
K12 Radio Code Thread

This is the official thread for K12 radio codes.

Please provide your serial number (starting with BP) in reply to this thread.

Please bear in mind that the generous people that provide these codes do so in their spare time so please be patient when requesting a code.
 
Hi there, recently changed the stereo in my brother's car, wanted to fit the stock one back in but can't find the code, any help?

BP7383 9 871097
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
Hi there, recently changed the stereo in my brother's car, wanted to fit the stock one back in but can't find the code, any help?

BP7383 9 871097
Not enough numbers in the serial number, there should be 12 numbers after 'BP' not 11...........Check it and send again....
 
Hi. How to get Nisan micra 2009 radio code without seria number? Or how to switch on without code? Or where to find seria number?
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
Hi I need a code for radio on Nissan Micra 2010 not sure if I need to give a number
Try reading a bit more of this thread and you will know exactly what is needed and if you read enough you will also find out how to get the information. It has been written on here numerous times .............. :rolleyes:
 
Try reading a bit more of this thread and you will know exactly what is needed and if you read enough you will also find out how to get the information. It has been written on here numerous times .............. :rolleyes:
Not sure how to navigate this site if you could just help that would be very kind
 
Hi I need a code for radio on Nissan Micra 2010 not sure if I need to give a number
You need to give to John_D serial number of your vehicles radio, your neighbors number doesn't work.

Start by gripping the black rubber door trim and pulling it directly away from the door frame. It should come off very easily. Pull enough off so that both ends of the front pillar plastic are exposed. Do this for both sides of the car.


Remove the pillar trim pieces from both sides of the car. They pop off very easily, just get your finger tips behind the top section and pull.


You now need to start lifting the edge of the dashboard. The whole section is only held on by six plastic clips and is very easy to release, I use my fingertips but you could use a wide flat blade screwdriver.


You can now lift the entire dashboard cover out of the car and put it somewhere out of the way. In this photo you can see the first of the three 10mm bolts you will remove in the next stage.


You now need a 10mm socket and extension bar to remove these three bolts. Be very careful because if you drop a bolt, it'll disappear into the recesses of the car. Remove the metal bracket and put it somewhere safe.


This trim piece above the radio is held on by two fairly strong clips. The clips undo by pulling the piece horizontally towards you, you may need to put something between it and the dash cover to help lever it off.


Undo the two screws you've revealed and store them somewhere safe.


Underneath the bottom of radio surround are two more Philips screws. Remove them and put them somewhere safe.


The radio and the surround can now be pulled out a few inches. Tilt it forwards and disconnect the aerial and harness connectors. The radio assembly can now be removed from the dash.


The air vents are held on by two plastic clips. Use a flat blade screwdriver to carefully release the clips and remove the vents.


The radio is secured in the cage by four screws on either side. The surround is held on to the cage by four screws, two at the top and two at the bottom.


If you ever disconnect the battery, your radio will ask you for the four digit security code. If you've lost the code, there are calculators on the internet that use the serial number to generate the code. The serial number is the number starting with BP (the radios are made by Blaupunkt) on the label stuck to the back of the radio.
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
You need to give to John_D serial number of your vehicles radio, your neighbors number doesn't work.

Start by gripping the black rubber door trim and pulling it directly away from the door frame. It should come off very easily. Pull enough off so that both ends of the front pillar plastic are exposed. Do this for both sides of the car.


Remove the pillar trim pieces from both sides of the car. They pop off very easily, just get your finger tips behind the top section and pull.


You now need to start lifting the edge of the dashboard. The whole section is only held on by six plastic clips and is very easy to release, I use my fingertips but you could use a wide flat blade screwdriver.


You can now lift the entire dashboard cover out of the car and put it somewhere out of the way. In this photo you can see the first of the three 10mm bolts you will remove in the next stage.


You now need a 10mm socket and extension bar to remove these three bolts. Be very careful because if you drop a bolt, it'll disappear into the recesses of the car. Remove the metal bracket and put it somewhere safe.


This trim piece above the radio is held on by two fairly strong clips. The clips undo by pulling the piece horizontally towards you, you may need to put something between it and the dash cover to help lever it off.


Undo the two screws you've revealed and store them somewhere safe.


Underneath the bottom of radio surround are two more Philips screws. Remove them and put them somewhere safe.


The radio and the surround can now be pulled out a few inches. Tilt it forwards and disconnect the aerial and harness connectors. The radio assembly can now be removed from the dash.


The air vents are held on by two plastic clips. Use a flat blade screwdriver to carefully release the clips and remove the vents.


The radio is secured in the cage by four screws on either side. The surround is held on to the cage by four screws, two at the top and two at the bottom.


If you ever disconnect the battery, your radio will ask you for the four digit security code. If you've lost the code, there are calculators on the internet that use the serial number to generate the code. The serial number is the number starting with BP (the radios are made by Blaupunkt) on the label stuck to the back of the radio.
Nice thought Mika, but if they can't manage to read back a few posts in this thread to see what is required, I doubt very much that your comprehensive explanation above will tempt them into further personal activity.......:rolleyes:
 
Nice thought Mika, but if they can't manage to read back a few posts in this thread to see what is required, I doubt very much that your comprehensive explanation above will tempt them into further personal activity.......:rolleyes:
John, there is always a change/hope they maybe can have sudden brainfart and understand what is actually required to get radio code... :unsure:;)
 
I
Hi, try 9867 or 1867.........
K12 Radio Code Thread

This is the official thread for K12 radio codes.

Please provide your serial number (starting with BP) in reply to this thread.

Please bear in mind that the generous people that provide these codes do so in their spare time so please be patient when requesting a code.
Hi there, can anyone help me with the code for my radio
Nissan pp-3001m
Pp 3001mb0011513
Thanks
 
K12 Radio Code Thread

This is the official thread for K12 radio codes.

Please provide your serial number (starting with BP) in reply to this thread.

Please bear in mind that the generous people that provide these codes do so in their spare time so please be patient when requesting a code.
Hi, Battery Change and lost Code, Please can you help.

Serial Number is CL0816 9 0092695

Unit is a CY00E

Car is a K12 Micra

Thanks,
Rich (RP66)
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
That's two quoting the post that specifically asks for serial number starting with 'BP'..........Please take the trouble to actually read what you are quoting! :rolleyes:
 
Top