Question about Car Audio & Video
If the radio is a factory fitted radio then you can get the the code from them. If however you think the radio may have been changed at some time, then you will have to go to nearest supplier of car audio equipment who should be able to help. For both these solutions, you will be charged.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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