Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello... sorry to hear you have a problem. If you still have the factory stereo in the car, you may be lucky enough that the code is in the book that came with the car. Check the manual and see if someone included a security code card or if the number was written in the booklet maybe in the notes section or in the audio section. If not, then the radio will need to be removed and the serial number from the stereo written down and you will need to contact an Audi dealership, give them the serial number and they should be able to provide you with the code to your radio. They may charge for this service. I have seen people get them for free and some charge. Be sure when you enter the security code that it is entered correctly because you will only have a couple of chances with most stereos before it locks down. I hope this helped and good luck with your venture!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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