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I have a Trek Bike Computer from the early 90's and the battery needs to be replaced. How can I get the code to program the tire size in?

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Go to a Trek dealer and he may be able to help you. Sometimes we have a copy of the instructions laying around or one of our mechanics will remember the instructions. Batteries can be bought at Radio Shack, their batteries will be fresher than ours because we do not sell enough of them.

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