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Purchased my son a second hand Mazda 626. Its fitted with a Philips Logic Control radio Philips No CW077A or Fujitsu Ten No CE-3434TY1. I obtained all the owners manuals with the vehicle but unfortunately no security code for the radio. Are you able to provide details of what the code might be. I have been advised it may be four numbers from the vehicle vin number but I have no idea which four numbers. I would greatly appreciate any help you could provide. Many thanks Norm Walford

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Unless changed cby the owner it should be the last 4 digits of the VIN number which can be read from the label on the driver's door panel. If it has been changed, I'm afraid there is no way to retrieve it unless you can contact the previous owner.

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