Question about Car Audio & Video
You mean to tell me that every time I replace the batery, or I remove the positive cable, I have to pay the dealer to put the code back to working?, What a gimic. It would be cheeper to just replace the radio with an after market. I was just trying to keep everything original. Thank you
More or less. I agree that it's stupid. Who would want to steal a factory radio?!?
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Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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