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Radio model

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by easy-shaft, Feb 14, 2020.

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  1. easy-shaft

    easy-shaft New Member

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    Hi, following a dead battery and a ecu lock out, I got eka and radio codes from dealer. Eka good, car runs and I resynced the keys.
    I entered the code in the radio but it just stays on the screen. Is there another button to press? Have checked code with dealer but can't help with how to enter it. Lots of info available but I need to know which make of radio I have. Can anyone tell me from the images? I suppose this is the right radio for a 2000 4.6 but not the original serial number?
     

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    kermit_rr Well-Known Member

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    On mine, you press the 'next' button again
     
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    A clarion unit on a 2000MY is odd..

    At that age they should have the Alpine unit..

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    Gunnerhavesome Active Member

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    Doesn't look like the factory unit, I have the same model P38 as you but the same radio as Henry B has posted so looks like an after market job.
     
  5. Jon Dor

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    Hi. I believe your radio is the "Clarion" make. Mine has the "Alpine" unit which was the one generally supplied as OE fit. Good luck with sorting it out. I'm certain that some highly knowledge folks will give you the correct info to get you sorted!
     
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    She has an early P38 Clarion unit fitted.
     
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    That is the one I want:cool:
     
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    That's the one I have in mine (MY2000), just press enter again.
    I wish the unit had an Aux-in so I could "spotify" it with the phone.
    I do have a cigar-lighter FM transmitter with BT to my phone but there is always interference and background noise.
    I tried one of the dummy BT tape pick-ups but that just has a horrible "HUM" too.
    Not interested in changing it out though, it's original.
     
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    That's the one i have too. I did wonder about retro fitting an aux port
     
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    Clarion highline unit is superb.
     
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    As posted its a Clarion from an older vehicle, Google Clarion they have a service depot in Swindon who may be able to help,
     
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    Yep the Alpine unit.
     
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    Update,there appears to be a site on the web that provides codes by inputting your serial number Google Clarion radio code.
     
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    I sent mine to Clarion for repair and it came back worse
     
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    Was that the Swindon site?
     
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    I use one of those cassette adapters with great success in the '93 and '95.
     
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    Yes was in Swindon I think
     
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    I do hope you complained.
     
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    No I never bothered lol
    It doesnt jump frequency to stay on station and does not pick up weaker signals which are typical up here
     
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    There's a company called grom I think that make an adapter that plugs in behind the radio and still lets you have the steering wheel controls and makes the original Bluetooth
     
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