Question about Car Audio & Video
OK this is what i would do in this situation: get the model number of your stereo (usually located on the top or bottom of the unit) and the make and either go online to a tech support or call the company directly because what the 5 digit code is is an anti theft system so if anyone steals your stereo they can do anything with it because it locks itself out.So thus if you can contact the company and get the passcode youll be in the green and have a stereo again :)
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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