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I NEED TO UNLOCK ANTI THEFT SYSTEM CODE TOYOTA 1993 V6 car radio

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This can be done only by a Toyota dealer,by the service department.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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You will need the VIN number of the vehicle and contact the Toyota dealer in your area who will help you get the correct code for your car. they should also instruct you on how to enter the code successfully.

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