Question about Car Audio & Video
This is the common problem faced by many users.the only solution is to enter the reset code.many buyers get this code while buying the radio as they are aware of this problem in future.this does not occurs everytime you replace the battery but sometimes when this occurs the code needs to be reentered.the dealer only has this reset code.
You need to get the code from the dealer. Actually, in your case you might have to go into the dealership for them to re-set it. If you have the 6 digits on your stereo you can enter it yourself. The dealer should be able to find your code based on the VIN. They might charge a modest admin fee, but most large dealership will do it for free. Oh... you might also have to show proof of ownership D/L and car registration/insurance (with VIN) usually works.
many frustrarted users buy new radio instead of this reset code headace.but the dealer provides the code if you provide the required details of car registration.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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