Question about Car Audio & Video
Try this...in the trunk lift the carpet that covers the spare. Now look around the spare for a sticker that will have a four digit number, that's your radio code. Also note that this sticker maybe underneath the spare but usual not. Hope that helps
Posted on May 25, 2008
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