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Showing "code 2" , vehicle was bought with radio operating, but since removing the battery with alarm attached, the radio is inoperative. There was no security code card supplied with the vehicle Reg ZT 3751 Holden Rodeo XL

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CONTACT HOLDEN WITH THE VIN NUMBER AND THEY WILL GIVE YOU THE CODE!

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