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3244 according to my decoder but it might not be right as antivirus attacks the code generator.If all else fails go to the delealer and get the radio code and the key code then write them on the back of sunvisor ,you may need to programme a key some day as well.Nice motors these cars though i work on lots of them and never much of a problem with anything unlike renaults of the same time where the electronis a re a nightmare
This is a tough one, i do this all the time for customer cars but you would need to prove ownership of the radio. the only way to get the code is through the dealer, you can try on the phone but most times they want proof, you will need the serail # off the radio you need the code for and some id and then heres the bad part, you need the registration for the car the radio came out of or title, or again try over the phone and tell them you need the code for radio just have the serail # also depending on the radio it may need to by connected as some radios they have you push andd hold two buttons to get a diffrent code they use to cross into the correct code. give it a try, good day.
Your radio is made by CLARION and the only CLARION code available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if your radio also has a BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with C7000000 + + + + on a label somewhere on the metal casing.
(There are usually two barcodes on one label. The one required is the lower one )
There is a 20% chance of you having this barcode Serial Number
If not then unfortunately it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding Service
Check inside your trunk wheel well by the spare tire. In some years they put the radio code on a sticker in that location. Otherwise you will need to take the radio serial number to the dealer along with your VIN number. They can then give you the code. Better if it's the original radio with the car.