Question about Car Audio & Video
Ive lost and can not remember the code for my car stereo
This is dealer, or authorized service only. In some models, they have to change the EPROM with a new code. Many of the manufactures made their radios in a way that the code is not recoverable. If the dealer can recover the code, then the thiefs may also be able to recover it!
The auto dealers in the area where I live charge about $80 to $120 for a new EPROM in their radios. The price depends on the model.
Posted on May 25, 2008
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