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System code required for x type jaguar

I have disconnected battery to charge for 6 hours but now when switching ignition on the large display ( touch screen sat nav fitted ) wants a system code.i have no codes with the manuals supplied.
How do i get this?

steve

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Hi go to the dealer and they will give you the code just key it in and write it down, they might charge you for this.      D   

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