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  1. #1
    Ian Williams
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    Hi,

    I have bought a new car, installed in the car was a Bluetooth Car Kit, I
    have a Bluetooth Nokia 6310, when I try andpair up the phone and the catr
    kit, i keep getting asked for a pass code, obviously the car kit belonged to
    the previous owner, he has forgotten the code...................

    Is there any way I can find out the passcode for the car kit? its just there
    wasting now!!!

    Thanks in Advance






    See More: NOKIA BLUETOOTH CAR KIT PROBLEM




  2. #2
    Mike H
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    Re: Nokia Bluetooth Car Kit Problem


    "Ian Williams" <> wrote in message ...

    > Is there any way I can find out the passcode for the car kit?
    > its just there wasting now!!!


    Might help if you mention what car the kit is fitted into, as well as the
    make of the car kit. Just an observation.

    Mike.





  3. #3
    >{daZza}
    Guest

    Re: Nokia Bluetooth Car Kit Problem

    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> "Ian Williams" <> wrote in message ...
    >>
    >>> Is there any way I can find out the passcode for the car kit?
    >>> its just there wasting now!!!

    >>
    >> Might help if you mention what car the kit is fitted into, as well as the
    >> make of the car kit. Just an observation.
    >>
    >> Mike.


    Default passcode is normally 0000 (4xzero) then disable the password bit in
    your phone once connected,
    HTH

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  4. #4
    Raimo Rousku
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    Re: Nokia Bluetooth Car Kit Problem


    ">{daZza}<" <[email protected]"knickers"thekellyhouse.plus.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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    > Default passcode is normally 0000 (4xzero) then disable the password bit

    in
    > your phone once connected,


    That's odd, since the passcode in my HF car kit (Nokia CARK-112) is the last
    four digits of the car kit's serial number. So I'd suggest you try to find
    the HF box HFW-1 located hidden somewhere in your car and check the serial!


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