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You will need to obtain the radio code either from your owners manual (usually written on the inside of the front of back cover) or from a nissan dealer.
When you have to code you will need to turn the ignition on (do not start the car) and turn on your radio. The "error" will be displayed for anywhere from 1 - 3hrs by default. Once the internal timer has counted down to zero you will be prompted for the "code" enter your security code and your radio will then be unlocked. (Do not turn off the ignition, radio or start the car during the 1 - 3hr period or the timer will be reset)
General Motors coded THEFTLOCK® radios have a backup unlocking code
that can be accessed by a General Motors dealer or a Delco® radio
repair center if the owner programmed security code is not available.
Honda, Acura and Audi anti-theft radios are examples that will require
radio removal to access the radio serial number that a dealer needs to
obtain the factory security code. Sometimes the original dealer for a
vehicle may keep records of the radio security code for factory-coded
Sounds like you may have to remove the stereo so you can see the code on the back.
Then I would take it to a local dealer and prove its your vehicle and give them the serial number.