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I replaced the battery. now it reads off. i need a 4-digit code.

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This is the security code its usually located in the glove box or if its an aftermarket stereo it is written in the manual provided. If you have lost it you will have to give me the make and model and from there we can see if there is a way to reset it so you can enter a code. But if its like a alpine or pioneer that would be bad cause they are individual codes. an you would have to contact the manufacturer. Thanks, Midwest-tek

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