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Need code Had my car serviced at a dealership and they had to disconnect the battery and now I have an error on my screen asking for a 4 digit code. I am not the original owner, so I do not know the code. Can anyone help?

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Only the original owners manual for the cd player has it as it is meant to prevent a theif from using it of selling it you can down load a copy of the manual at www.kenwood.com from the instruction manuals page

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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the only way you can get the code is to ring kenwood with the make and model or try 0123 ,1234,0000,4321

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the only way you can get the code is to ring kenwood with the make and model or try 0123 ,1234,0000,4321

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