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Old 27th February 2012, 21:23   #21
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I haven't heard about the freezer trick for years! Has anyone tried it with modern radios?
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Old 29th November 2013, 04:52   #22
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Sorry to drag up an old thread, but I need to re-code a CD80 I managed to find.

Need some elaboration

Recoding Procedure
Iovox Head units (CD 80 and CR 80)
1. Whist the unit is plugged in, but in off mode, press and hold i for 15 seconds.

2. Press right button

Forgive my ignorance but what is the "right" button
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Old 30th November 2013, 16:29   #23
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If I remember rightly the left and right 'buttons' mentioned are the main knobs for volume (left) and tuning (right)
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Recoding Procedure
Iovox Head units (CD 80 and CR 80)
1. Whist the unit is plugged in, but in off mode, press and hold i for 15 seconds.

2. Press right button

3. Turn unit on

4. Input desired code (any)

5. Press and hold # 5 for five seconds

6. Press right button

7. Open face and depress reset button

8. Turn unit on and the new code is displayed

9. Press and hold # 6 when code is ready for storing



Let us know how you go on
Thanks, it worked for me too with only one difference and that was to press the right button at the end instead of the #6
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Can you put in no code so its never needed again?
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Try this, no guarantees


Recoding Procedure
Iovox Head units (CD 80 and CR 80)
1. Whist the unit is plugged in, but in off mode, press and hold i for 15 seconds.

2. Press right button

3. Turn unit on

4. Input desired code (any)

5. Press and hold # 5 for five seconds

6. Press right button

7. Open face and depress reset button

8. Turn unit on and the new code is displayed

9. Press and hold # 6 when code is ready for storing



Let us know how you go on
Did anybody ever get back to you to say your info works ??
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Did anybody ever get back to you to say your info works ??
See Post 7 on this thread
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Thanks for the procedure, guys!
I've set 0000 and be done with it
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Thanks, it worked for me too with only one difference and that was to press the right button at the end instead of the #6
An old but very useful post. My mate has bought himself a 54 reg mark 2 and whilst fixing the air bag fault he disconnected the battery and later found out that he needed to enter a code . As he didn't have one , he was ready to throw away the radio and just get another to save any hassle.

A quick search over a coffee and I found this post and after waiting for the radio to have a half hour break , it let us follow the instructions and we were back in business.

Thanks so much for the advice and we also had to press the right side button instead of button 6 !
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I have the CR80 with the flap down thing for the CD. If you use the CD then the radio loses the code and all the settings so need to re-programme the channels.


I see in the how to stickies that the code can be removed altogether but wonder if this will solve my problem?


Daft thing is it all works fine otherwise.


I'm planning a new head unit but the HPFP, new hydramount and now wheel bearing have taken the money.


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