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Look in your owner's packet. You should have a supplemental stereo manual that will explain the way to enter the code. There should be a card in there with a four-digit code on it. If that isn't in there, you'll have to contact the dealer. Take in your title and registration, and they can look up the code based on the VIN of the vehicle. They'll show you how to do the code entry as well. Beware that it'll cost up to an hour's labor for this though so make sure they write down the code for you in case you lose battery power at some point or have to remove the stereo.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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