First of all, you need to find the serial number of the Ford radio to get the code! The serial number can be obtained in these simple ways:
It is quite simple to remove your Ford radio, you just need to remove the unit from the dashboard to get the serial number from the radios label. It is quite simple with special keys and can be quite easy with some improvised ones.
Try to avoid entering incorrect code repeatedly, you can risk blocking your radio permanently!
If the message LOCKED10/LOCK10 appears on the screen, it means that a wrong code has been entered 10 times. At this stage it can still be decoded, but the cassette player only accepts 3 more codes before being permanently blocked. To reset this status, with the radio switched off, press and hold button 6 while turning it on.
If the message LOCKED13/LOCK13 appears on the display, it means that the wrong codes have been tried 13 times, a situation in which the ford's radio can no longer be decoded online, but only by an electronics specialist.
It works at this time with M, V, C7 (Travelpilot), BP (Blaupunkt) and SAM Model(Sanyo) serials numbers found on Ford - Focus, Fiesta, Transit, Mondeo, KA, Fusion, Galaxy, B-Max, C-Max, S-Max, Kuga, Puma, Tourneo, Fiat Stilo/Albea/Siena/Strada, Jaguar, Nissan Micra K12, LAND Rover, MERCEDES BENZ TRUCKLINE.
FORD RADIO CODES for - Travelpilot, Sanyo SAM MODEL, 6000CD, 6006E CD RDS EON, 9000 VNR, Land Rover 6500 CD, Fiat Stilo CD, 5500R, 6000 CD RADIO, 6000 CD RDS, CD132 NAV, 5000C, Land Rover CD, 4500 RDS EON, 6006 RDS EON, 3500 RDS EON, 2006 RDS, 7000 RDS EON, 7000 RDS, 2006 RDS, 6000CD RDS EON, 5000 RDS, 7000 RDS, 3000 TRAFFIC, 4000 TRAFFIC, Jaguar 9000 Europe Premium, 4050 RDS EON, 4000 RDS, etc.