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CAR STEREO NOT WORKING

I RECENTLY HAD A NEW STARTER MOTOR FITTED AND NOW THE STEREO IS ASKING FOR A CODE WHICH HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE MANUAL BY THE PREVIOUS OWNER I HAVE TRIED TO INPUT AS MANY CODES AS I CAN BUT ITS NOT WORKED AND I HAVE HAD NO MUSIC FOR OVER WEEK NOW CAN YOU HELP ME?

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  • pauloouk Mar 06, 2009

    I PUT IN THE WRONG CODE IN NOW IT KEEPS SAYING WAIT 2HRS BUT ITS DRIVING ME MAD HAD NO MUSIC FOR 7MTHS

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Contact the maker of the deck.
I had the same prob',the maker gave me the code after supplying them with the model,and ser##'s,it worked!!

note;any knowing shop would place a small 12v powersupply to the batt cables before unhooking car batt,also most of the time,you are safe to unhook battery for 10min's to one day,before the security code "goes away"(every deck is diferent)

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Hi
With the newer cars most radios have a theft deterrent device built into the radio, and if they steal your system it will not work in another jeep/car the dealer knows the unlock code, some charge to unlock the radio some don't.
That's why when doing electrical work on a car/truck etc. You have to have 12V DC power to the battery terminals all the time or you will loose the code and then only the dealer can help you unlock the radio.
HTH.
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