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Car Stereo locked out need 6 digit code for Toyota Hilux 2002 Fujitsu Ten radio, need first three digits and last three digits, VIN number not working, a prior owner changed it and dont know, wasnt the last owner, called Toyota dealer - no good, stereo model is 37410 and is not the last three digits of that either, in the manual someone had scribbled 000 next to stereo PIN but that is not it either so need a mastercode please

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  • paulettej Aug 26, 2010

    This comes under a heading of Toyota 4Runner 1993 4Runner and shouldnt it is not it is a Hilux and should come under a Stereo heading

  • paulettej Aug 26, 2010

    The Toyota dealer has been contacted, we live very remote and it is $150 for them to do if we were local so goodness knows how much because we are not and yes a better stereo is only $100 - what is the point in having a security code when the stereo is not such a hot stereo, it seems to me just to be revenue seeking on behalf of Toyoto, and whoever told you that a "scan tool" was $10k is pulling your leg - I can unlock it and have access to the code to get past the "help get a Toyota technician to fix it" but just need the other code now to override the one in it.

  • paulettej Aug 26, 2010

    Please read my response to the last "expert" and reply if you can help, cheers

  • paulettej Aug 27, 2010

    I can easily install new MP3 players without a hitch and it is way cheaper than paying $150 plus whatever postage and taking the stereo out myself anyway to send it to them and reinstalling it anyway, a new one would include MP3, the existing one is 8 years old!

  • paulettej Aug 27, 2010

    When I take out the stereo and mail it to Toyota - they do not have a $10,000 "tool", they reset it and have the code for that. The code from the last user apparently was 000 but that didnt work and the people who put in the car alarm changed it but they dont know what it was that they put in and this was only last year. I only purchased this vehicle in June of this year and it needed the battery replacing so hence the dilemma.

  • paulettej Aug 28, 2010

    If each code is unique thats fine, but there is a site in the UK (once again that will cost a lot of NZ$) that supposedly give you the code by just supplying the car information and the model of the stereo which I have already posted in my question, there must be some logic or is it a "book" that this radio.com co has purchased or "found" from Toyota - THEY DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER TO LOOK AT YOUR STEREO THEY DONT EVEN TOUCH OR SEE YOUR STEREO.

  • paulettej Aug 29, 2010

    To the last guy, if you read my thread, I used the VIN number, engine number, OOO that was in the book number, stereo number and a combination of 3 of each (ie 3 up numbers and 3 down numbers using ff 1 and fr 1 keys)

  • paulettej Aug 30, 2010

    I called the Toyota dealer where the car was purchased, gave them the VIN and model and they gave me the number but the code was wrong and said they then said they would need the stereo, they are in a different island and on top of that I am in a very remote rural area, so they got the same info that the radio.com place would be given and cant help supposedly without "getting" the stereo they said to bring the car in! yeah right that would cost me over $1500 round trip plus their $150 charge!

  • paulettej Aug 31, 2010

    best answer yet thanx but thats what I need, someone who installs these stereos, onward I go, cheers

  • paulettej Aug 31, 2010

    the last guy gave me the best answer yet:
    First of all, the type of vehicle makes no difference at all.
    Nor do any VIN numbers or car dealers.
    Who you need to get in contact with is someone who currently installs that brand of stereo.
    There is no master code and they can't tell you what it had been set to, but they can change it.
    And they can tell you what they changed it to.
    The code is in an eprom they simply over write - this is the kind of help I'm looking for - is there someone out there who can tell me how to overwrite it please please

  • paulettej Aug 31, 2010

    If you read my comments you will see that the Toyota dealer said they cannot help me at all and that the only thing is for them to send the stereo away to the manufacturer at a cost of $150

  • paulettej Aug 31, 2010

    This is in New Zealand

  • paulettej Aug 31, 2010

    Benji2264, if you read my initial question I have tried that and get that but I DO NOT HAVE THE CODE to put in, the code that the last owner had is wrong and the Toyota dealer said it was the last 3 of the VIN when they had the vehicle and sold it to the last owner SO NOBODY HAS THE CODE, I NEED THE EPROM BURNER or whatever

  • paulettej Sep 01, 2010

    the serial number off the radio is 8300516 no alphas just numerics

  • paulettej Sep 02, 2010

    The Fujitsu serial number of the radio is 8300516

  • paulettej Sep 05, 2010

    RADIO-COM DO NOT DO TOYOTA!

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Http://www.radio-code.com/

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Took it to a Toyota Dealer in your region, where in 1 minute errased all the codes in Radio. For that they charge money, in my case they did not charge which I was very happy. Now I have to punch in new code number.

The code will be the last four numbers of the car's VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) which would be found in your registration papers or on one of the plates riveted to the body in the engine bay at the firewall. That's assuming also that the code is four digits, you'll have to check if it's different.

Reminder that the SECURITY CODE its one unique number and its possible that you cant find it in Internet, then the words "security code" will wont work.
Security codes are optional in Fujitsu Ten headunits, i.e. when a dealership delivers a new Toyota, they should advise the customer that they have the option of setting their own unique security code. If the code is forgotten, then it must be decoded by a Toyota service workshop or Fujitsu/Eclipse repairer.

Hope helps.

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As far as i know their is no mastercode ,if their was then the dealer would have helped you,now a good radio/tv repair man might be able to open the set and by pass the chip that controls the code ?? i do not know how too but i have known it to be done by vincente in the pueblo .If someone has played and changed the number then yes someone might know how to overcome it in some way but i doubt it ,open the chassis up and get a tv man who might follow the circuit and solder a bridge wire in which eliminates the code or just replace it with a aftermarket one

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Sep 02, 2010

    sorry i cannot help ,i would suggest you upgrade the set to a after market one with a usb and sd card player so you dont need CDs or tapes ,this problem is not uncommon with radios from early 90s and the codes ,as code has been changed then a code generator computer programme is out ,their is possibly a way but i dont know of it or it wouldnt be a security feature .Sorry i am unable to help

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There are many master codes. I have a Car radio universal code calculator. And id need some info for the fujitsu ten like what of the 3 manufacturer's of fujitsu tens is it. what is the serial number located under the stereo. Have you trie entering 000-999 that is a standard universal code. If the previous owner changed the code then that can be a issue. There really is no "master" code. Its a calculated code embedded in the individual radio. That means a million radios have different codes and maybe 4-5 cars in the world share the same code with that stereo. so if you provide me with that info i can type it in the code calculator and go from there. An see what the program generates. Thanks, Midwest-tek

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

  • Nathan Ayers
    Nathan Ayers Sep 01, 2010

    I have tried the information supplied in all the comments and i feel that none of them are the serial number off of the radio because they are all improper codes for the unit. if you can provide me with the serial number off of the bottom of the radio i can put it in the program called Car radio universal code calculator. Costs about 700$ but generally works. If it the code has been changed we may have to figure out how to reset the unit back to default so you can use the universal code.

  • paulettej Sep 19, 2010

    Thanks, how do you set the unit back to default?

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These are instructions for a Fujitsu Ten radio. Instructions are from the manufacturer. I take no responsibility for any problems that might occur.
1. Hold down the tune up button.
2. press number 1 while tune up button held down.
3. a sequence of 3 bars should be displayed.
4. press number 1 button until it reaches the correct number for the first digit.
5. press number 2 button until it reaches the correct number for the second digit.
6. press number 3 button until it reaches the correct number for the 3rd digit.
7. If radio has scan button hold it down. If radio don't hold down am/fm button or power button. radio should come back up with word sec again then shut off. Turn radio manually off then back on.

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First of all, the type of vehicle makes no difference at all.
Nor do any VIN numbers or car dealers.
Who you need to get in contact with is someone who currently installs that brand of stereo.
There is no master code and they can't tell you what it had been set to, but they can change it.
And they can tell you what they changed it to.
The code is in an eprom they simply over write.
But make sure to write it down.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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    Kirk Augustin Aug 31, 2010

    What you want is someone who installs Fujitsu radios, like CarToys.
    They are supposed to reset your radio code for free.
    Toyota is not the best source, because Toyota does not trust the mechanics, and presets them to something like the radio serial number. And that is no good because then can get scrambled by static or a voltage spike.
    But it is easy to reset it to a new code, and tell you what they set it to.
    All it takes is a $10 eprom burner.
    Any radio service place can probably do it.

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    Kirk Augustin Sep 06, 2010

    It is true that it is easy to over write a new code, and it does not take expensive equipment.
    But all the people who know the master code you need to be able to do this, have signed a nondisclosure agreement, in order to get that code.
    They are not likely to post it on the Internet like this, because not only could they get into all sorts of trouble, but they paid Fujitsu for the rights to do this, and why should they give it away?

    However, the reason people buy the rights from Fujitsu, is to be able to install Fujitsu radios.
    And if they are going to do that, they need to honor Fujitsu warranties.
    And Fujitsu says that dealers are supposed to offer the service of changing the radio code for free, as long as there is proof of ownership.

    So all you need to do is find a Fujitsu dealer, not a Toyota dealer.

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Unfortunately, bad news, I have spoken with a Fujitsu contact, and there is no way to retrieve the code...this was designed to prevent theives from taking the radio out and reinstalling into your car.........in fact, if the dealer is unable to help you out, this might be a possibility.......sorry for the bad news, but it is probably more cost effective to replace the radio completely than worry about trying to find the code.....

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There is no master code. Your code is specific to your radio and no other code will work. If Toyota is anything like Honda you will be able to get the code by registering online at the Toyota Owner's Website. You will need the VIN # off the vehicle and the Model #, and possibly the serial # off the radio. http://www.toyotaownersonline.com/index.html?siteid=semK1684_p86412565 Also if you know the dealer that originally sold the vehicle they may have the code stored in their system. Worth a phone call to see. Any Toyota dealer should be able to supply you with the code, but it more than likely will not be for free. As a last resort you can pay for the code online. http://www.radio-code.com/ToyotaPayPageradiocode.htm There is no place other than Toyota that you may get the code for free. Web sites charge for the codes they provide.

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    You are expecting someone to post the code for you here and that is not going to happen. There is no master code so it is impossible for anyone to post a master code. Your cheapest route if your local Toyota dealer wants $150, which is outrageous, is to go to the second link I posted. But before going there and paying for the code, have you tried the Toyota Owner's link?

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Use your vin number

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

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    Donnie Wilson Aug 29, 2010

    last digit of your vin

  • Donnie Wilson
    Donnie Wilson Sep 03, 2010

    Try the last 6 digits of the VIN/Chassis number - hopefully the previous owner
    has'nt changed it.

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We have no access to the code you need, it is stored on the main computer of Toyota and only a Toyota dealer can access the code you need, each code is unique

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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    yadayada Aug 27, 2010

    continued...

    to the car serial number and the serial number of the radio, so the radio may need to be pulled to get the number off it, some have the ability to display the serial on the face, it varies with models

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    yadayada Aug 27, 2010

    u can try this site it may be able to get the code, they charge $10 I think.



    http://www.radio-code.com/ToyotaPayPager...

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    yadayada Aug 27, 2010

    By the way we can't see your added comments to others when we open the reply window, and we can't ever see the comments from xpertsther experts, only our own replies. Sorry but when we could access other experts there was allot of name calling like you would not believe, thing like the other expert is a dummy and much worse.

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    yadayada Sep 02, 2010

    the radio's anti theft code for this car is based on the serial number of the radio and the chassis/VIN of the truck, it is not avail on the Internet, in most cases only from the Toyota dealer, allot of folks have issue with this but never the less it is the fact of the matter. You may try the following site they can supply codes for some cars and trucks, go to the link.





    http://www.radio-code.com/ToyotaPayPager...

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    yadayada Sep 02, 2010

    try this site they may be able to help.



    http://www.radio-code.com/ToyotaPayPager...

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    yadayada Sep 02, 2010

    The code is stored in the Toyota main computer, it is a secured program and only the dealer and a few specialized sites have access, here is one site i use to get the unique theft deterrent code for your truck. If this site can't supply the code then the dealer is your only recourse, there is no such thing as a bypass code.



    http://www.radio-code.com/ToyotaPayPager...

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    yadayada Sep 05, 2010

    MY friend u just don't get it do u?

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Take the radio out and look for a specialist who unlocks such items, sometimes might be an auto electrician if his good, but normally there are people who unlock such things.

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Hi,

No the only way you can get a code is if the Toyota dealer resets it with a coding tool they have, but due to the cost for them to do this it would be better just to buy a new CD player and install this.

The codes in these radios are set by the customer who buy's it new,and everytime the battery is disconnected they need to get it reset.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more information.

Thanks

Jason

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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    Jason Maurirere Aug 27, 2010

    Yes I see the delimah, but if it is just and old radio it seems a bit pointless forking out money too reset it when you could just get a whole new CD player for about the same price.

    The security codes are a pain, but they do it so if it was ever stolen from your vehicle nobody else would be able to use it.

    Good Luck on finding the code, and the stereo code breakers are not 10,000 bucks. Don't know who said that but boy are they way off the mark.


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The good news...
As an anti-theft measure, many OEM vehicles have this feature

The bad news...
The codes are not "generic" or just something anyone can find.... if it were then anyone could steal an OEM radio, contact someone like FixYa and unlock the radio

Therefore, only Toyota can provide the code for you with proof of ownership and your vin #

if you talk nicely to the Toyota technician, he/she may retrieve the code the code for free

However, since they need to use their $10,000 scan tool to access the electronic information from your vehicle their may be a charge

Depending on the charge, it may be cheaper to buy and install an aftermarket radio


Sean

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

  • Sean Reisdorf
    Sean Reisdorf Aug 31, 2010

    pulling my "leg" thats funny because the one I bought last year was $8000 and the one before that was $6000 and these are aftermarket scanners

    then there is the cost of annual upgrades and stuff

    the dealer scan tools are even more than than

    The scan tools I am talking about is a tool we use in my garage and ever other professional service repair facility

    I am not talking about the POS code pullers you buy at Autozone




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12. Turn the ignition ON (The radio displays LOC)

13. Use the MN and HR buttons to enter the code from STEP 11

14. Press the AM/FM button. The radio display changes to "SEC". Your radio is now "un-locked" and usable.

Dealership Codes

* 139010
* 106010
* 206010
* 202107

Troubleshooting

If you fail to enter the correct code eight times, the radio goes into INOP mode. You have to wait an hour with the ignition on before the radio returns to LOC mode.

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Aug 24, 2010 | 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada

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LOCKED UP RADIO '93 TOYOTA 4RUNNER


It's obvious no one has a solution to my problem. So it's off to a Toyota service departent for me. Thanks for trying!
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Hi,
One of our great expert of Toyota has advised to tell you code for your radio is "8 7 8 4 1 0"

Please put that code and I'm sure that will work. Out expert nick is Toyota_ED who provided above code.

Thank you.

Apr 09, 2009 | 1993 Toyota 4Runner

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Need Toyota radio security code


Oribeeboy is spot on for a 100 series Landcruiser - last 3 VIN numbers.
Let's say the last 3 VIN Nos were 264
Turn the ignition key so that the radio displays "SEC"
then: press "TUNE"and press No1 button on the radio at same time
then: press No1 button 2 times
then: press No2 button 6 times
then press No3 button 4 times
Finally hold the "SCAN" button to confirm the code. The radio will then turn itself off. You can then turn it on in the normal way.
(Hopefully!)

Mar 16, 2009 | 1997 Toyota Camry

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