Question about Car Audio & Video
The Code to activate it is 83423
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
I have the same head unit and encountered the same problem. The passcode is '0000' or 4 (four) zeros. If this doesn't work, it looks like someone changed the passcode. The good news is, it's simple to find out and/or modify.
To do so:
*Press and hold the SRC button to turn off the unit.
*Then press in the MULTI-CONTROL knob (or the volume knob in lamen's terms) until 'Language Select' appears. This is the one of many options you can configure, sort of a systems settings menu.
*Rotate the MULTI-CONTROL knob until you see 'Pin Code Input'. Select this option to see what the code currently is or change the code to whatever you'd like.
*when you're finished you can keep scrolling to make any other adjustments to your radios settings (ie. clock, date, etc.).
Thats pretty much it!
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Try 4 similar digits, starting with 0000. Most of electronic devices have a easy code on the start. if you change it later thats another ticket...
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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