Question about Car Audio & Video
Radios have a theft-proof system that freezes the radio if power is interrupted. It was designed that way to prevent theft of the radio. The downside is your radio will be locked if you disconnect the battery for any reason, or if the battery dies. When you restore power, it will say ‘CODE‘ on the display.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
Im having the same problem! Everything described i have tried. Nasties at Hyundai dont help. I just want my radio back
Posted on Feb 09, 2013
I had the exact same problem as you and equally Hyundai customer service
(not the nice people from Hyundai who actually attempted to fix the
problem with me) said there must be a problem with the unit and that I
should take it to be repaired.
Well, that's not the problem. There is no problem with your head unit. It is Hyundai who are at fault. They never tested their original pincode in the first place. So they do not even know the correct pincode. The serial number is correct, however the serial number does not provide the pincode despite what Hyundai say. Reply back if anyone needs further details from me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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