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1998 mbs e320 radio code

I changed battery radio needs code idont have one

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You need to find out who makes the headunit then go to them they will charge you but at least you have it its cheeper than buying a new one, or ask around see if anyone had perchased a radio code programme they sell on e-bey for about £20 i have one at home somewhere i cant get it to work

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