How To Find Your Renault Stereo Serial Number
All Renault stereos must be removed to gain access to the radio's serial number. This includes Anatel, Blaupunkt, Continental, Daewoo, and Phillips.
The standard Renault Stereo is very easy to remove from the dash, all that is required is radio release keys.
Once removed, on the back of the radio will be a sticker label, your serial number will either begin with a letter followed by three numbers, for example:
This can often be found at the end of a 15 character barcode number like "8200" or "2811" that will be in a box with "Security" at the end.
How To Find Your Renault Touch Screen Serial Number
Touch-screen serial numbers are printed on the back of the stereo.
To remove the unit from the dash you will need just a screwdriver, this will take less than 10 minutes.
Prying the plastic outer trim from the stereo will reveal the 4 screws holding the stereo in place.
The serial number will be in a box saying "8200" or "A2C".