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if u mean the radio code, that is not published on the internet and we have access to the information, the code is unique to each cars serial number and radio serial number, it is security related and is for theft deterrence, so if u could just get it from any web site there would be little security in the use of radio codes. The code came with the car in the owners materials when the car was sold to the original owner, look through the owners packet if u have it for the card with code info on it If u don't have contact the local dealer, he can help.
The anti-theft feature was engaged. This is usually caused by the battery being disconnected. Do one of the following: 1. Check your owners manual for the User Card showing the code. 2. Call Hyundai National Consumer Affairs at (714) 965-3006. When you call, you may need the VIN number or the radio chassis identification number (That might be the radio's serial number). They will tell you how to retrieve the information needed.
If the wrong lock-out code is entered, the Anti-Theft system will
activate and the radio will become inoperable. To correct this, press
and hold the "BAND" button for at least 3 seconds until the incorrect
number on the radio disappears and "CODE" is displayed again.
On many modern car radios you must input the code after the battery in the vehicle has been replaced. Look in your glove compartment for a small card that has the code printed on it, and instructions for reactivating your radio.
What type of radio is this? If it is aftermarket, then typically Eclipse and Kenwood are the only units that utilize radio codes. If it is a factory radio (Honda, Acura, Audi, VW typically), then you will need the code which is 4 or 5 digits long and located in your owners manual or vehicle documentation on a small card the size of a credit card. If this is unavailable, then you will need to visit a local stereo shop, have your radio removed and re-installed, and your serial number written down. Take your radio's serial number to any dealer for your car manufacturer, and they will provide you with the unlock code. Hope this helps.
The code to unlock your stereo will be
individual to your car. All of these cars come new with a card with the
radio code printed on it. Check the glove box for the owners manual or the original card. Also try looking in the fuse compartment. The code card is sometimes left with the spare fuses. If you do not have one, you will probably
have to call a local Hyundai dealer to obtain the code. You will need to give them the VIN number of your car. If you are in the US, try this number 1-800-633-5151 and they will be able to steer you. Best of luck!