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Ive got the Ford M series one if any one wants it emailing across

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Hello my cabby has an fd2005 rad cassette I can't find the code and it's a 3 digit code the serial no is K 0347982 don't seem to be able to find any unlocked for k serial nos and no number written down in the thousands of pages and books of all its history ?? I keep the battery off the car so need the code doh!!! Thanks in advance for any help..

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OK forget the above I just had a look behind the unit and found a nightmare spaghetti cabling bodge so I removed it all and luckily the original radio wiring was intact...that's somewhat limiting but I've found an original unit on eBay which I hope I'll win to put straight in....

More for looks really ...if the radio works it's a bonus if the cassette works then it's a double bonus not that I've got any cassettes anymore but I can put an mo3 adaptor cassette thing in....

So I now have a spare 1995 fd 2005 with no code so I'll just put it with the other spares ...Cheers all..

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Oh bugger...the original one I won is trash...

So can anybody give me a clue as to where to get a radio code for an FD2005 fromn1995 it's a K serial number...

Happily pay for the privilege...

 

Serial number is K0347982

 

Esrt32s

89fb18k876aa

0046767

 

??????

Thanks again.

Edited by Springy2112

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What's wrong with the one you got off ebay? could it be repaired do you think?

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Ah hello there , well I am hoping it can be repaired when I said trash I meant nor working yet !! You know I don't like to be defeated...

OK there's power getting past the input and transformer to various parts and also lower voltages going to other bits but there's no lights on or any sign of life..

The belt is snapped on the tape but that's not unusual common and can be replaced...I've had a couple of hours inside it with multimeter but got to the limit of my knowledge...but all is not lost...I'll soon be taking one of my b&o units for a service and belt change and I'm thinking if this guy can pull apart and service and repair bang and olufsen gear I'm sure he'll be able to sort an old cassette radio...it's far simpler inside than the b&o believe me..

I think I will try to get it repaired as it would just be awesome to have original audio in the hole ..particularly as the original loom has not been hacked and is so simple....watch this space it ll be a couple of weeks till I get to take the hi-fi to the repair gut via the b&o shop ...

Cheers ....

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