From personal experience I can tell you that when this happened to me I had to call a million people it seemed to get the code, don't laugh but I lost where I had written down the code and needed it a few years later due to battery problems, anyway, I just happened to notice a familiar number on a sticker stuck to the side of my glove compartment while it was open, thought I would try it because it couldn't hurt, and it was the stereo code. So long story short, check the side of your glove compartment while it's open and maybe your code will be stuck there too.
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If your radio code isn't written down in your owners manual ( the dealers are told to write the code in the manual but often it doesn't get done) then you will need to call your Subaru dealer to get it.
The dealer can help you. No one here is going to give you a code for a possibly stolen radio and the dealer will not do it over the phone. That is my experience with BMW. They need to make sure you actually own the radio or the whole security scheme is invalid.
It probably needs a four digit pin number. most car radios will require this security code in case the set is stolen. disconnecting the power supply to the set (Either by stealing a radio or by disconecting your battery) will activate the pin code request. If you are lucky then pin number may written down somwhere in the servicebook. if not, then you need to remove the set and note down the seriel number on the sticker on the casing. (Some people have been known to write the pin number here as well!!) . Your local dealership will be able to provide the pin number if you have the seriel number, but they may charge you.
cheapist way is too go to your local junk yard and get the items of a clunker? be sure you cut the harness to the radio ac etc so you can match up the wires ? remember you need to write down the seriel and model # off the junkyard radio so you can call the dealer and get the radio anti theft code its 5 digits like 25143 etc,, they have that info if you call the dealer
You can call up the dealer and see how much it's going to cost there for the codes, but try 0000 first. If that does not work. try www.radio-code.com they can get your radio working again. Good luck and keep me posted