Question about Car Audio & Video
Depending on the manufacturer of the radio, you either have to go to the dealership if factory installed or provide proof of purchase and get it from the aftermarket manufacturer. If aftermarket, find a local car audio dealer of that manufacturer and they can get the code for you. Unfortunately, this is generally a service that is charged for. $ 20-30 depending on dealer or retailer. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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