Question about Car Audio & Video
For our Toyota Prado 2001 01, after the battery had been removed SEC was showing on the cd / tape / radio display. To remove the security SEC warning, find the last 3 digits of your VIN number (under the hood) hold down the "TUNE" button and then press "1"
Then use the numbers 1 2 and 3 to type in the last 3 digits of your VIN number.
Quickly hold down "SCAN" button, the radio will power off, then press the volume button to turn it back on.
-I accidentally held down "auto" before holding down scan, I don't think auto has any part of fixing this (just an error on my part) but if the above doesn't work, you could try hold AUTO down after entering the digits then hold scan - just as I did.
SEC has now been removed, enjoy your radio!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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Its looking for the key cd... put the key cd in and radio will work again
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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