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DON'T HAVE A SECURYTY CODE TO ACCESS MY STEREO

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If the radio needs a code it will be in the car handbook or if that is unavailable the only other option is to ring the manufactorier to obtain the 4 or 5 digit code be sure to write it down incase this problem occurs again

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