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I had to jump my car and now my radio and clock wont work.

Whenever the radio would be turned on it would flash code. After messing around with it, it now reads "ErrE" anybody know how to fix it?

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There is no reset button. You need to disconnect the battery again for about a minute. When it comes back you need to put in the security code. To do that you can press the 1+6 buttons and turn the radio on, to get the serial number. Once you have that you can call the dealer and get the correct radio code.

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Get a boyfriend stop jumping the car...JUST KIDDING. You must have a reset button, it's not very big , you can push the reset with a pin, it's a small cercle on the right hand side of your radio. Try that and let me know

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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