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Toyota radio code

How would i go about getting my radio code before i have a dead battery and lose my radio functions ? just a precautionary action . oh yeah , 2003 Toyota Camry SE .

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    Rick Byrd Jan 21, 2009

    the radio is functional now, i thought maybe there was secret buttons to push to see the code . i did buy the owners manual on ebay , but i see that question often , i don't have my code , my radio don't work , where's the fuse , my car don't start , where's the start fuse ,lol , thanks wiz .

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    the code is not in the owners manual, but in the owner information packet, if u ever have bought a new car u would understand what I mean, just to clarify, it would have been on a information card delevred with the car when it was new.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    THE CODE CAME WITH THE CAR IN THE OWNER MANUAL PACKET. If u don't have that u will have to pull the radio and record the radio model and serial number off the radio and then go to a dealer to ge the code.

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Here are the codes for many early-1990s Toyota radios. It goes by model number, which is printed on the front of the radio.

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Johnny5486:

Emissionwiz is correct, but, his information is for older Model Camrys.

The 2003 "factory-installed" radios in the Camry product line does not have an anti-theft feature, and, because of having no anti-theft feature, there is no reactivation code. If you have a dead battery, the only thing you will lose regarding the radio functions would be the radio stations that you programmed into the memory. The radio will function properly after a dead battery is replaced with no issues.

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