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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is written down in the manual usually in pen by the original owner. If you screw around with it could lock up. To get back to the code screen you need to disconnect the negative charge of the battery put your keys in take them out.. then reconnect and code screen should pop up
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
Ensure you have this cable (Panasonic Car Audio CA-DC300U iPod Connection Cable for Panasonic Car Stereos) or if you are wanting to put a Ipod with video you will need the CA-VDC300U. The cable plugs directly into the back of the radio or to the CYEM-100U expansion module. Once the cable is plugged in and the radio is installed (if you hooked the cable up to the back of the radio) turn your car on so the radio works, when the radio comes on hit your source button that allows you to switch between the DVD player and the radio. You should now see a button that shows your Ipod. This will allow you to control your Ipod through the radio and the cable will ensure you Ipod is always charged. This should work if you have the correct cable...I actually just hooked up my Ipod to the exact same radio today using the CA-VDC300U and the expansion module.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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