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Audi/Vw car radio code

Unlocking an audi or vw stereo can be difficult, The vw and audi radio manufacturers have changed over the years.

please remove the stereo (see video opposite for removal instructions) also click here for stereo removal tools. Take note of the stereo serial numbers found on the rear or side label,

If your serial number looks like the serial below we can help.

blaupunkt car radio

Your serial may look different from the one in the picture, it may look like one of the serial numbers below:

P0145Y5455521 BP2375340494913 GM0300W7283773 GMCDC2Y7374885

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More on Blaupunkt:
History (wiki):

Founded in 1923 in Berlin as "Ideal", the company was acquired by Robert Bosch AG in 1933.[2] In 1938 it changed its name to "Blaupunkt", German for "blue point" or "blue dot", after the blue dot painted onto its headphones that had passed quality control.

After the Second World War, Blaupunkt moved its headquarters and production to the city of Hildesheim. More recently, the majority of Blaupunkt products are manufactured overseas, with large manufacturing centres in Tunisia (speakers) and Malaysia (speakers and electronics). Since 2011 however, the entire lineup is Chinese sourced.

By the 1960 and 1970s, Blaupunkt had become one of the leading German manufacturer for car radios and car audio equipment.

The 2011 take-over effectively left Blaupunkt as a managed brand name with all production outsourced to China, with virtually no 'Bosch era' products still under production. The original Blaupunkt factories within the EU are now owned and operated by Bosch, used exclusively to produce 24V AV equipment for coaches and the like, with products simply branded as 'Bosch' rather than Blaupunkt, and 12V OEM production for automotive manufacturers such as Opel.



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