Question about Car Audio & Video
I recently disconnected my truck battery and when I reconnected it, the words "enter code" was flashing on the head unit. I tried every four digit series of numbers I could possibly think of but none of them worked. What do I do since I can't remember my security code?
Turn the radio on standby the code should be all zeros you can switch the numbers by the controll knob by pushing the knob up and over once thats done hold the knob in you should be good
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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