Question about Car Audio & Video
I recently left the lights on overnight in my Ford Ka and the battery ran down requiring me to get a jump start. The other fall out from this was that the stereo (the standard Ford Ka stereo) seems to have gone into some kind of lock-down mode requiring me to input a code (4 numbers) to get it working again. As far as i know, there has never been a pass code selected for this so i have come up against a brick wall. Is there anyway i can get the stereo working again with out the code?
Check in ur manual for the car to see if the radio is there if not go to ford with ur reg no and chassis no and they should be able to give u the radio code
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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