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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: way west of Mareeba FNQ
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Thanks Jalal and Dave, and thanks for the offer Scott, wish I could face driving the Brisbane traffic again, and I'd almost be tempted to except for the pesky little noise I noticed after the work I had done on the exy on Friday which I need to get checked before I drive anywhere.
Looks like a quiet trip home, and a visit to autobarn as soon as I get to Cairns, or if I get really desperate somewhere along the way.


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2005 ST Manual Platinum
Yokohama GO12, towbar, roof rack, luggage pod, bonnet protector, weathershields L&R, floormats
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Date Registered: 01-2009
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If it had happened a few weeks earlier I'm sure there would have been a few of us that could have elped you out at Woolgoolga...

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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 Thanks everyone.
emoticon emoticon emoticon I was keying the numbers in too slowly.....!
The very tolerant workshop foreman at Garry Crick's in Nambour fixed it for me, after he checked out the noise I was concerned about and advised it was normal.
So, I'm on my way home again now.


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Julie X-231(c)
2005 ST Manual Platinum
Yokohama GO12, towbar, roof rack, luggage pod, bonnet protector, weathershields L&R, floormats
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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 Thanks everyone.
emoticon emoticon emoticon I was keying the numbers in too slowly.....!



I don't think anyone here would have guessed that, especially when you said that you have used this exact PIN before without any problems LOL emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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I'm a fast touch typist, but two fingers and you could die waiting, let alone one finger. emoticon emoticon

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Yokohama GO12, towbar, roof rack, luggage pod, bonnet protector, weathershields L&R, floormats
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Date Registered: 02-2008
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Good to hear Julie and your stereo is back!

Safe trip home!

Regards Scot

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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thanks Scott, I've been away for two months now and really hanging out to get home again, esp since I live in such a great place

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The owners manual does not mention the radio codes. It is in a separate booklet called Audio Systems Owners Manual Supplement.
Nissan give the radio code away for free. Just ring on their service number 1800 035 035 in Australia. They only ask for the VIN/chassis number.
After having the battery replaced and losing the code in the process I emailed Nissan. No answer!! Finally rang after 2 days and got the code.
By then the radio only gave a continuous Err message. So had to disconnect the battery. Reconnect the battery and wait one hour before putting in the code. The code comes up on the screen as you put it in so you can check it. You can only use the buttons 1 2 3 and 4 so if the number is 7951 press no. 1 for 7 times then press no. 2 for 9 times, then 3 for 5 times then 4 for 1 time. You also lose any preset stations so you have to do it again.
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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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muzza1951 wrote:

To CHRISMUR

The owners manual does not mention the radio codes. It is in a separate booklet called Audio Systems Owners Manual Supplement.
Nissan give the radio code away for free. Just ring on their service number 1800 035 035 in Australia. They only ask for the VIN/chassis number.
 



Not any more they don't.
I went to get a code from my favorite dealer NMG (not) and they insisted that I take the car to them for verification.
Apparently anybody can get a cars VIN and use it to get radio codes, especially when buying a radio second hand.

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HERE is my old 2008 T31, ST Series1

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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They do Tony, but only Nissan Australia head office is authorised to verify your ID and ownership of the car before giving you the PIN code. The dealers won't do it over the phone and they never have.

I got the PIN code form my T30 and the Tiida by calling that number.

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