There is another solution to the radio being locked up you can try,,, If you look REALLY hard under the volume knob of your radio on the front there is a VERY small reset button. This worked for me last time, if this doesnt work then try calling them. If there originally was NO code number entered than this will work. Good luck, let me know how it turns out.
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Hello! Google radio codes...But you'll have to pay... A dealership may give you the code as a courtesy if this is a factory radio...To avoid the problem in the future view my tip; "Automobile Radio Codes"...
you have to call eclipse. your head unit is locked and you have to get tech support to unlock it. if you bought it from someone and just installed it good luck. if you bought it brand new and have the receipt or box you'll be in a better position to get some help but without those you're not going to get too far
Hey eclipse owners i found the solution .. well this is what you do , go to the circuit board where all the electronic is controlled in the bottom of the the sterring wheel almost next to the hood opener and then you take off the electric plug that controls the dash borad electronics it has a little number saying either 5, 10, 15 , or 20 then replug at the same time you insert your key in the starter and turn it until the electronic stuff works but dont turn all the way to turn car on , and if i doesnt work the first time you may have to repeat this as many times till your stereo eclpise turns on and works. I found this out accidently which it saved me from buying another stereo.
the unit is locked up eclipse has a feature called esn or eclipse security network. you use a cd to program a passkey that only the owner knows. then if it is stolen the unit is useless. unless you know the right cd cool huh? if the unit is registered to you they will help you unlock it but if not they wont. cool huh. kinda makes you feel good that even if someone does steal your radio they cant use it.. ever.. eclipse also offers a one year theft guarantee out of the box if you register it with them. cool huh..