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If you're looking for a radio code, all you have to do is call the service department at your local land rover dealer and give them the VIN. If it is a factory radio, it will require 4 digits. They should do this at NO charge. You can also call Land Rover corporate for this information too. If it is a navigation system, there is usually a sticker in the glove box and the last 5 digits of the serial number on that sticker are the radio code.
You'll need to call the dealer, and give them your VIN number. They should be able to give you the code now. If you have the manual, look in that too. Some people are smart enough to write it down in there, but that doesnt happen often
Slide the radio out and record the Radio serial number stamped on the case.Contact your nearest Land Rover dealer and they have to request this from the factory.They will only give this to you if it is not reported stolen.