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1995 Toyota Land Cruiser Radio Security Code

I have a 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser, I have a radio that is not working due to changing the battery. I cannot obtain the code from Toyota and I provided them with the model # 86120-33040. The Serial # 110969 and the reference# CQ-JS8410A The faceplate also has a number 56807 and I can only enter in a 3-digit code. What else do I need to do? They want to charge me 60 to 100 for this old radio but if I can't do this for free I might as well get a new one for the same price. Any help? Thanks!

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SOURCE: I need to reset the radio security code in my 1997 Land Cruiser

Try Using the last 4 numbers of your chassis number

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