Question about Car Audio & Video
Your radio code will be printed on a small card that should be with your owner's manual for the vehicle. If you no longer have this, then you will need to visit either a car dealership or a local stereo shop. You will need to first obtain the serial number printed on a sticker on the underside of your car's radio. Take this serial number to the car dealership (they may ask for VIN# too) and they will give you the code.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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