Question about Kenwood KDC-MP4032 CD Player
I bought a used truck last year and it has a Kenwood KDC-MP4032 in it. It worked fine I love the deck but recently I upgraded my battery and now my deck is asking for a four digit code! I never knew it and have never had to use it and I don't know the stereos original owner. What can I do?
You should try the defaults 0000,0123,1234. in most cases unless you or the original owner put in the security code. Worse case it will just keep turning off till you get it right.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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