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only CLARION code available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on
the Internet is if your radio also has a
BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with C7000000 + + + +on a label somewhere on the metal casing.
If not then it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding Service or your
local Car Radio / Audio Store who will connect a laptop to read/recode the
memory chip (EEPROM)
Find your local car audio shop that sells clarion. Most car audio guys can tell you what you've got just by looking at it and be able to give you a replacement cost. Unless its a real high end unit, chances are you can replace it for roughly the same as the cost of a new faceplate. If you go to www.clarion.com you can find a local shop that sells it. Hope this helps