Having problems with your 2000 Jaguar S-Type ?

My Jaguar s-type is radio showjng locked 10 - 2000 Jaguar S-Type

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-08-2022

Answers :

Ask for the Security Code... this unit is protected by an anti-theft security code. Any power interruption will cause the display to indicate ‘CODE’. At this point the unit will not operate until the correct security code has been entered.

Enter the code by repeatedly pressing preset buttons one to four until the correct code is displayed. Then press preset button five to confirm entry.

eg. to enter code 3458 (code num,ber rotates from 1,2,3...-0

Turn on the ignition
Radio displays CODE
Press preset button 1 twice until 3 is displayed
Press preset button 2 3 times until 4 is displayed
Press preset button 3 4 times until 5 is displayed
Press preset button 4 7 times until 8 is displayed

The number of attempts is shown on the display. After three unsuccessful attempts, the unit will not accept further entries until a delay of 30 minutes has elapsed. Up to seven further attempts may be made, with a delay of 30 minutes between each, after which the display will show ‘LOCKED’.

If the security code is lost, or the display shows ‘LOCKED’, contact your Jaguar dealer. The dealer will require proof of vehicle ownership and the serial number of the unit before supplying a security code. To display the serial number, press and hold preset buttons two and six simultaneously.

Hope helps.
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