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CAR RADIO NOT WORKING

AFTER BATTERY WAS CHANGED

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Check the owner's manual. many have instructions for reseting the anti-theft features. If you are lucky, someone has written the codes there. (I do in my vehicles.)

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Most stock radio's have a anti-theft built in, so when you change the battery you need to unlock it. You can contact either the manufacture (preferred) and they will guide you through the steps to unlock it, or take it in to the dealership. I would avoid the dealer because they will overcharge you.

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