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Does my 2006 Highlander Hybrid need a radio code if I change the 12 volt battery? If so how do I find it and enter it?  Thanks so much!!!

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You are in luck.
There are no security codes in your radio.
Nothing to worry about when you change the 12 v battery.

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Of your car does need a new battery you will find the coode in the gps manual as soon as you start the car it will say code just enter it and it should work

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