Question about Car Audio & Video
My battery went dead on my car and now I need a new password to enter into my VM912 DVD Player
You dont need a new password ... your system came with card and the card has the PIN CODE or you can get it from dealer. They keep records of music system security information.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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