Question about Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player
I have a 1995 honda accord. The battery died so the radio code needs to be entered. My son tried a ton of numbers before he asked me where the code was located. Now, when I enter the correct code, it does not work. Is there a method for resetting the code without pulling the radio? Thanks!
After 3 tries the radio locks itself you need to pull the positive battery cable off and put it back on then put in the proper code
once you put the wrong code in the radio 3 times the radio locks itself its just a way to keep theives from guessing the code
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
One of these ways will work. Try this first. Remove the negative battery cable and leave it off for 5 minutes. Hook it back up and then enter the correct code. If that does not work, just turn the radio on, and drive around for one hour. The radio will reset itself and you will then be able to insert the code.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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