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Radio-code.com and enter the information there. you have to pay but if you really need it, it works. or you can look in the owners manual under radio and look to see if there is a code in there, if not call your local dealer and they can type the vin of you car and see what the code is or the serial number on the radio.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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