Question about Car Audio & Video
Recently I had to replace the battery in my car and it appears that stereo code for the standard CD player has been entered incorrectly to many times.
Do you know where I can get the stereo code or what I have to do to get my CD tuner working again?
The dealer should be able to get your code from the dealers database.
I'm pretty sure they hold the car chassis # and radio code from the
original sale on the DB. This may cost you cash.
Otherwise, looks like you'll have to go to a Mazda dealer and have a "hard reset" performed on the radio. This will cost you cash!(unless you know someone)
P.S. Most dealers in Europe don't charge.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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