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basicaly if you dont got the code card you have to remove the stereo and behind the stereo is a serial number that the dealer will give you the code number but the deal is tha they charge ten to twenty dllrs kind of bites but you will have a working stereo
try unhooking the cars battery for fifteen minutes then hooking it back up. they probably did this at the shop when they were finished to clear the engine trouble codes. my car radio recently acted up all i had to do was unhook the battery then it worked like new.