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I had to jump my car, the stereo died, it said to enter the code, i didnt know it, so i hit the fm/am button, now it says off..... and nothing else, so i cant even put in a code if i wanted to what do i do to go back to code? And how can i figure out a code for the stereo?

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Hi,

this fix sounds strange but it may work.

good luck

J

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