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BUS-E04 KENWORD ERROR

WELL ONE MONING I WOKEUP TO FIND MY RADIO SHOWING BUS -E04 DON KNOW WHAT TO DO.RADIO WONT DO ATHING

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It is letting you know there is an error with the audio system. Error code #4.

I don't remember what that code is exactly, but I thought those codes were for the CD Changers. Do you have one?

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