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Am-fm radio cannot access

Battery was disconnected then reconnected for car work radio went to security mode which requires pin number which i have forgotten radio is a toyota part no 08601-00928 can you help please

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Look in owners manual or on glove box door there should be a sticker with your radio code if not you will have to remove radio and get serial number off radio and call your local dealer and they will be able to give you the code from that serial number

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