Question about Car Audio & Video
Don't worry - you'll get 3 more chances in a couple days or so. If that is the factory radio and you know where the car was purchased, you can call the dealership and give them whatever info they ask for (your name, vehicle VIN, etc.) They should be able to look up the reset code in their computer system and give it to you. If it is the factory radio but you don't know what dealership sold it, you must remove the radio and look at the serial number. They may require you to bring the car in to the service department to do this and charge you a hundred bucks. If that's the case, think about upgrading.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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