Question about AviStart 5303 2-Way Security / Remote Start System
I put a new battery and my stereo locked. i got the six digit number by holding the 2 and 3 buttons and the am/fm button.
that number is (902-910), can anyone help me get the 3 or 4 digit unlock code from this.
Hmm that is realy a problem because this is security lock for stealing car radios.. you must have a 4 digit number on smal paper and a serial number on it alsso,but the solution is also to call the factory of the radio and thel them your serial on radio and thay will give you your 4 digit number PIN when you confirm you bought your radio leagaly
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
What kind of car have u got?
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
For my 99 tahoe its 916 hr button 09 min button 16 hit am/fm button and on comes the radio. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Since you already found the 6 digit code all you need is $6.99 and go to this site: http://www.DelcoLockCodes.com. they will email it to you and this is an official site so it should be pretty safe unless your radio is stolen!
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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