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1990 bmw radio unlock code

Need to know how to access serial # to obtain radio code , i seem to have no identifacation on body of radio -the only thing i have is a sticker on radio showing fcc # and model ke-83 which i think is a pioneer --i am pretty sure it uses a 5 digit code sequencing numbers 1-6 , there is mo "m" button, there is a mode button, i tried holding while radio off then turning key on then radio in hope of serial displaying on screen but i dont think this works for this model , bmw dealer of no help, and i have already tried the internet sites that you have to no avail, please advise -i  can e mail pic of face --this model has a cassette with a cd changer in trunk, also has a westher band button

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I have a Ke-83xbm. there should have been a serial number not on the same tag as the fcc#. Mine was a # on hte very back end of the radio by itself.

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