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After disconnecting the battery on my 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe the radio is now showing 1CDE and I do not have the code to reset it. The serial number is (01) 18809121790017(21)04063875 Thank you

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  • quokka Sep 15, 2011

    Hi Yes your correct, I already did that and they did reset it for free. I dont know how to remove the question?

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Take it to Hundai. They will reset it for free.

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