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2002 highlander radio code

I bought a used 2002 highlander and don't have the radio code. I'm afraid it will ask for this anytime I remove the battery terminals. Pls help

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    Tom Ogwuazor Oct 15, 2008

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Good news: You do not have to worry about you issue.
Your radio (if it is a "factory" radio) does NOT require a security reset code. You do not have an "anti-theft" radio. You can disconnect the battery cables at will, and the only issue you will have is that you will lose the preset stations that you set manually.
The "anti-theft" radios were abandoned by Toyota several years ago. Hope this eases your mind.

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  • Toyota Ed Oct 16, 2008

    Thanks for the FixYa. Much appreciated.

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