Question about Car Audio & Video
Dude, its gonna be hell trying to get the code since your car isn't local... just try to get yourself a new head unit... there are alot of cheap good quality head unit on the market nowadays
Posted on May 19, 2009
Look for a small pinhead sized reset button If you have the users manual, it should be shown in the user manual since its location differs depending on the manufacturer. Once you find it, push it for a couple of seconds and if it prompts for security code ,fill in 0's in all to start it. Also do look up the manufacturers website but you need to insert the product serial number too to get proper support. You might have to register your product too if required only then will they provide the proper guidance........sodeep
Posted on May 16, 2009
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