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You will likely have to get this from the dealer. Be sure to have a copy of your vehicle registration with you showing the VIN number. If this is the factory installed radio, they should be able to look it up for you.
Hi Logan, You need to take your registration papers with your licence (licence is to prove YOU own the car) to a car dealer ie: Holden, Ford, Toyota, Chrysler and ask at the sales office for the RADIO SECURITY PIN NUMBER, You'll receive your BCM security number, Car key number-Ignition, Radio security pin number and Radio serial number. These numbers belong to that 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..
There is no standard master code for these radios. Each code is individual to the radio and specific to its serial number. You will need to remove the radio from the dash and find the serial number on the label at the back or sometimes it is stamped into the metal case of the radio.
For Jeep codes I can recommend this site which is one of a very few that I can guarantee to do these Chrysler codes online direct from the serial number and it is certainly the cheapest around that I know of.
The alternative is to contact your local Chrysler dealer with the details of the serial but expect to pay a premium price at the dealer if you decide to do it this way.
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