Question about Car Audio & Video
Did you get any document folder with the car?, perhaps the code is written in one of the booklets.
Sometimes it is written on the back of the radio itself, but you would need to take it out to check.
If all else fails, then there is a piece of software you can download from the internet which has all the codes for all the main manufacturers radios.
just google car Radio codes and you will find it ;)
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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