Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello there, if it is a factory radio that security code should have come in the manual of the car. If it is an aftermarket radio it would have come in the box. If you can't find the code in either of these two places there is no way we will be able to tell what it is as each code is different for each player. You will need to either contact the car dealer of your type of car (if its the stock radio that came with the car) or the manufacturer of the radio if it is a third party radio. They will be able to give you the code based on your cars vin / radio part number or the model and serial number of the aftermarket radio.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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