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If you take down the vin number - call the local dealer and explain the situation they should be of help. The code is privileged information so you may have to go to the dealer. Also ask about RECALLS and also SERVICE BULLETINS while you are doing this. This alone will save most people a ton of money over the life of the car. Call and ask or check online for recalls every 6 months.
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