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We may be able to help with this but need more information. Each radio has its own individual security code. There is no blanket code that covers Freelanders for example.
You will need to supply the serial number and part number of the radio itself so we can identify what radio you have. This will involve removing the radio from the dash to find the serial number which is on a label at the back or stamped into the metal casing of the radio itself.
Post this information up and we can advise from there.
The radio is faulty due to water coming out of the air vents due to condensation.See if a radio shop can repair the radio otherwise you need to replace this.Check the pollen filter in the footwell and change if it's dirty.