Removing The Radio
To remove the radio simply, you will need a flat-head screwdriver or a prying tool for removing the panels from the dash allowing access to the radio.
Some radios require release keys to take out the radio from the dashboard.
With the radio release keys, push them into each corner of the radio, apply a little pressure and the radio will release from the dashboard.
The label is located on the rear of the radio's casing.
Identifying The Serial
Once removed, there is a large label on the top or side of the radio unit.
Chrysler serials begin with "T", below are some popular examples:
Jeep Continental Radio Example (A2C Serial Numbers)
For Jeep Continental Radios, you will need to remove the radio to get access to the label. The serial number will be something like A2C9081210200031094.
Please see the image for reference.
Jeep Stereo Entry
When the radio is turned on 'CODE' should display on the radios display.
- Repeatedly press button 1 until the correct first digit of the code is displayed.
- Repeatedly press button 2 until the correct second digit of the code is displayed.
- Repeatedly press button 3 until the correct third digit of the code is displayed.
- Repeatedly press button 4 until the correct fourth digit of the code is displayed.
Then, press the CD button to input your Jeep Radio Code and your code will be stored and access will be granted.