Question about Car Audio & Video
Hopefully Julie your Hyundai is the same as my 4runner. When it says CDE1 put the first number in. CDE 2 put the second number in and so on. Not sure how many trys it will accept. You may want to call the dealership and get instructions on exactly how to put the code in if you fear your running out of trys. Speak with the service department and ask the question and most times they will be helpful. Sometimes they will just tell you to bring it in. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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