Citroen radio codes are available instantly online. Our radio code service is quick & easy, we can supply the radio code using the 14 digit serial number or the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) found in your Vehicle Registration document (V5), also known as the log book, the serial number will begin with PHA, C7, BP, or CL. The VIN number will begin with VF7.
Our instant Online Citroen radio codes service covers Blaupunkt, Philips & Clarion, our popular requests are for the Citroen Saxo, Xantia, Xsara, AX, Berlingo, Picasso, ZX, & XM, if you do not see your car or van listed, we may still be able to supply a code for you, please telephone us on 01379 669375.
If you request your radio code using the VIN please note that the code we supply will be the original code for the unit that was fitted in the vehicle from new, if you suspect that the original CD or Cassette Player has been replaced please use the 14 digit serial number.
If the CD or cassette player is a Clarion (serial number begins with CL) you will need to use our Clarion Radio Code Service.
Locate the 14 digit serial number beginning with PH, BP, CL or C7, this will look similair to BP037310293843 or PHAPCFV1023921. The serial number can be found on a label, which is located on the top or side of the CD or cassette player casing, OR YOU CAN JUST USE THE VIN.
To view the label you will need to remove the CD or cassette player from the dashboard. This is very easy to do. You may need to purchase a set of Radio Release Keys; you can purchase these from us by telephone.
Once you have found the serial number, please enter this into the code search form on your right.
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