Question about 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser
Unfortunately, this is a security measure added to most manufacture
if you are lucky and have the original paper work in the glove box you should find the radio code
otherwise, if you talk nicely to your local dealer and tell them how much you love your car and the factory radio, they may unlock it for you....Make sure you tell them you would HATE to replace it with an aftermarket radio, but if you have to pay $100 for the code that is what you are going to do.
Keep us posted and let us know if you have any luck at the dealer
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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