Question about Car Audio & Video
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those are defaults,,, one will work unless you changed,, check the manual if you have it !!
Posted on May 05, 2010
Check the booklets that came with the vehicle, there should be one that the auto tech filled out where one of the boxes says radio code, and it should be hand written there as well . If you don't have the booklets , then call the dealership that you purchased the car from, prove ownership and provide them with your VIN and they will give you your 5 digit code.Since code number is unique for the product , it can't be provided from our end .
Hope this helps .
Posted on May 04, 2010
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