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If your radio code isn't written down in your owners manual ( the dealers are told to write the code in the manual but often it doesn't get done) then you will need to call your Subaru dealer to get it.
Some radios have an antitheft feature built in. When the power is disconnected (like in replacing a battery or if the radio was removed or stolen from a car) then you have to enter a code to activate it. Call the dealer and ask if they can help you with the code and procedures. Your owner's manual should have the procedure listed in it but the code should have been in the papers that came with your car when it was new. Again the dealer is your best bet. They will need your vehicle VIN and maybe even the radio serial number. There are some web sites that offer to sell you radio codes but I have had good luck with the dealers giving me them free.
only the Buick dealership can fix this. they have to pull out a 6 digit code from the radio & then call Buick factory to convert this 6 digit code into a 4 digit code in order to unlock the radio.
sorry, you cant do it by yourself.
Yes i can solve your problem first you must have the proper radio code 4 numbers and shut off engine and leave radio on with key on accessory with it displaying off leave it the radio on for 3 hours then enter the proper code and it should work fine THIS IS THE FACTORY PROCEDURE
If this stereo is a clarion and original equipment and uses a a four digit code. First thing you do is with the power on to the radio, push and hold the band button for a few seconds until you see the word "code" on the radio display. Input the code and radio should work. If that doesn't work, then if you have tried to input a wrong code several times then radio will lock out. So what you need to do is
the radio has to be on for one hour uninterrupted, then you can do the band button procedure , code input again and hopefully the radio goes on. Hopefully this helps. Please advise results
cant tell you what it is sorry but can give the advice i was told take stereo out using 2 alan keys of small size in little holes at sides this can be tricky but do one side then wiggle while doing other then look at stereo all over most people cant remember it so they write it on one lables stuck to ally cage or stereo its self failing that its a trip to expencive ford service centre
If you go to your local honda dealer and give them your VIN number, they should be able to look it up for no charge. Depends on if they're a bunch of you know what then they would want to be compensated.