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I removed my battery head and my car stereo wont come on after replacing the head. its demanding for a code.

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Yes the code should be in with you owners manual and paperwork if not go to an MB dealer and see if they can look it up.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

  • Jason Johnson Aug 25, 2009

    you need to look in the owners manual for the code. 4 digit if not go to a dealership for them to look it up.

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