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Code for radio

I have changed the batterry on the car and now need to input the radio code. i have the code but no idea how to input it and have no manual for the radio..

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Hey Chillo, I would love to help you get tunes resonating in your ride again.

Different cars, and year models input the codes in diff. ways, but not too differently. Trouble is, you have about three chances to input the code correctly or you have to cut power, and walk away until it resets.

How 'bout tellin' me what you're rollin' in. and what year it was made. And in general what type of factory deck is in this Maserati anyway? Also, do you live in a larger city, or a smaller place?

I'll do my best to get this answered quickly for you. THanks, Chillo


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