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I had to jump off my battery last night, and now my stereo's face is saying 2 code. It won't play, display the time, or accept cd's

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Oops. your battery went dead and activated the anti-theft. the dealer can give you the code if you can prove ownership. Call them up. it may be just a phone call away.

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Bob

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