Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, Really the only way to sort the problem is to remove the radio and get the serial number. Then ring Phillips and ask them who to contact for the unlock code. Philips don't make car radio's any more but they have established a list of agents who can provide you with the unlock code. When this thing happened to me (my son's Daewoo) I found the techo was very helpful and the unlock code was provided to me over the phone for no charge. There are plenty of people and sites out there ready to offer you an array of codes and unlock codes for premium dollar. Don't bother with them. All the best.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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