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I purchased a used Kenwood CD deck (KDC-3022) at auction. I hooked up the deck in my car and found that it requires a code to get it to operate. How do I program the code into the CD Reciever

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Hi,
This was the only information I was bale to find on it.
See if it works for you
IN YOUR RADIO: DISPLAY WILL ASK FOR CODE AND CODE ---- APPEARS ON, SO, HOLD .DISP AND PRESS VOL UP AT LEAST 3 SECONDS. THE "----" WILL DISSAPREAR. NOW TAKE YOUR REMOTE AND DIGIT "KCAR" WITH THE NUMBER PAD.
PRESS "5", "5", >>| (NEXT TRACK) YOU GOT A "K"
PRESS "2", "2","2" >>| (NEXT TRACK) YOU GOT A "C"
PRESS "2", >>| (NEXT TRACK) YOU GOT A "A"
PRESS "7", "7", YOU GOT A "R"
PRESS >>| (NEXT TRACK)
IF DISPLAY SHOWS "APPROVED" YOU'RE DONE ;)


Thanks
Mandeep

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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    Mandeep Singh Jun 03, 2008

    Just a word of caution, this Kenwood has the security code, so that car thevies cannot unlock the same. The above is just a work around. It may or may not work on the model number you gave us.

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