Radio Code - Please Help

#1
Hi,

I am in need of the radio unlock code for my micra which is displaying after disconnecting the battery.

The details are:

BP538771225552

Nissan Nmr 1dcg 7645387318

If anyone can provide the code I would be most thankful!
 
#6
Hi

Please can you help me with mine pretty pretty please??

Nissan Micra 2005
BP334958147730
7643349318

Would be a massive help to have some sound back. Just changed my battery and it's eerily quiet!

Thanks
 
#15
please help, I`ve just bought myself a micra and it`s had a later type cd player fitted, I`ve had the battery off and haven`t got the code. model number 7647383318 serial number BP 738387810921 it`s murder driving around without any music on
 
#16
Hey guys
Please help I'm looking for the radio code for my Nissan micra 2005 radio code please. BP334936346475 model number 7643349118 hope there the right codes
Much appreciated

Aisling
 
#18
please help, I`ve just bought myself a micra and it`s had a later type cd player fitted, I`ve had the battery off and haven`t got the code. model number 7647383318 serial number BP738387810921 it`s murder driving around without any music on
Your code is: 8328
 
#21
Hi Dear azb786,

Thank you for quick reply,
I hope you could help me bit more,
radio continuously shows "Wait 1HR". Its was appeared yesterday when i was opened whole radio kit for serial number.
And still shows on display even i didnt try code yet. I have disconnected battery again might it helpful but didnt find any change.

Regards.

Ali
07944175420
 

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#22
Hi Dear azb786,

Thank you for quick reply,
I hope you could help me bit more,
radio continuously shows "Wait 1HR". Its was appeared yesterday when i was opened whole radio kit for serial number.
And still shows on display even i didnt try code yet. I have disconnected battery again might it helpful but didnt find any change.

Regards.

Ali
07944175420
I'm not sure this is correct but as far as I know you have to keep the car running for 1hr or more in order to try the code again.
 
#30
Can anyone help please..

The card in my wallet says;
RADIOPASS
NISSAN
BP5384 64185375 1155
Typ/model Gerate:/Serial-Nr. Safety-Nr

My understanding from other sites is that 1155 is the required code but it doesn't work. It just gives ERROR WAIT 1 HR

Any help much appreciated. I have not yet removed radio to check card against number on radio as yet. That's the next step if no luck here!
 
#46
Hello
Please help
I have a 2008 micra and had to change the battery recently - and now the radio/cd player is asking for a code. I wasnt given a handbook when I bought the car and dont have a code. It is a factory fitted radio/cd player
Can you provide the radio code ?
BP738387810751
7647383318
281859U00A
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
#47
Hello
Please help
I have a 2008 micra and had to change the battery recently - and now the radio/cd player is asking for a code. I wasnt given a handbook when I bought the car and dont have a code. It is a factory fitted radio/cd player
Can you provide the radio code ?
BP738387810751
7647383318
281859U00A
Try 3997 or if that doesn't work 1997

John....
 
#48
My battery died winter 2016 in eastern Finland at -26C, tow truck gave me jump start. At garage in beginning of battery change, mechanic hooked small 12V battery to cables of Micra. This way all electronics had power when vehicle battery was changed.
Mechanic said even small 9V battery gives enough juice to keep all settings stored during battery change ;)
 

John_D

Club Member
Radio Code Guru
#49
My battery died winter 2016 in eastern Finland at -26C, tow truck gave me jump start. At garage in beginning of battery change, mechanic hooked small 12V battery to cables of Micra. This way all electronics had power when vehicle battery was changed.
Mechanic said even small 9V battery gives enough juice to keep all settings stored during battery change ;)
As long as the radio is turned OFF when the battery is swapped over Mika, there is at least a minute (probably more) when the battery is disconnected that the radio retains the code, so if the battery clamp down bracket is taken off and both battery terminals loosened, BEFORE the old battery is disconnected and the replacement battery is next to the car a battery change should not require the radio to be recoded anyway........ (charged capacitors in the radio are sufficient to retain the coding)
 
#50
John, youth of today don't seem to understand how to remove/change battery from these fairly modern vehicles :rolleyes:
That's why they need radio code all the time repeatedly...:oops:

-Mika-
 
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