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My '92 Spider has the OEM radio/cassette unit. Most years when I get the car out of storage for Spring, the battery is dead. When I get the battery charged up and turn the radio on, it typically says "code" on the screen and I input my security code, which gets the radio running again. This year, when I turned the radio on, it said "431" and wouldn't take the security code.

If this happens to you, here's the trick. Hold down the "am/fm" button for several seconds until "code" flashes on the screen. Now you can input your security code. That bit of information comes from Alfa Parts in Berkeley, who were kind enough to help me.
 

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thanks for the info.

you learn something new everyday.
 

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You mean to tell me that you guys have a manual?
And it's for the radio?
And it came with the car?
And you read it?

WOW!!!

A media event for certain!
 

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I've actually got two radio manuals: the one that came with the car, and a backup in the garage.

What? Doesn't everyone?
 

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You guys: almost all Alfa's have manuals..... there are very few automatics. There's not much to read on them though - maybe 1 -5 or PRNDL.
 

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lokki.. update---1-2-3-4-5-R, you forgot one:)
 
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