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Code for radio, changed battery and now no power

Replaced battery and need the code for radio

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Radio codes are security related to discourage theft, so they are not published on the internet, if they were what would be the point?? any thief could ge the code after stealing your radio. Contact the dealer for instructions an what info u need to get your cars unique radio code.

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Check the manuel, the code may have been written in there and give you the instructions to resetting the radio, and check for a sticker in the glove box for the radio code. If you have a good relationship with the dealer they may even help you reset your radio without a fee or minimal amount.
Good luck and if that does not help you and they want a crazy amount to reset the radio try www.radio-code.com. Keep me posted 

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