Question about Car Audio & Video
My best solution is to go to a dealer. Unless you can track down the previous owner if they put the code on there. The dealer is going to cost a little, otherwise you can just try a few simple ones, if it is still a factory one it is probably a simple code like"0000" or "1234". Good luck. I would definately go to a dealer or depending on how much the dealer costs and how good that factory radio is, just buy an aftermarket one, it is probably more expensive but it might be a better choice in the long run. I hope I could help.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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