Question about JVC KD-R540
Downloaded music from iTunes. why doesn't usb in car radio recognize it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Steve, If you disconnected your battery then check out the link below for more information or take your registration papers with your licence (licence is to prove YOU own the car) to a car dealer ie: Holden, Ford, Chrysler and ask at the sales office for the RADIO SECURITY PIN NUMBER, You'll receive your Radio security pin number and Radio serial number. These numbers belong to your car and once you have them DON'T loose them because in Australia some dealers charge a fee and some don't.... Hope this helped....CHEERS..
Posted on Apr 17, 2016
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